19 June 2007

See You Next Tuesday

  • Looks like we gots a lil' underground rap war on our hands... A suspect in the murder of Dipset rapper Stack Bundles was found shot to death execution style yesterday the same day Bundles was being laid to rest, after being ambushed and killed in Far Rockaway last week. Cops said Charles White, 20, also an aspiring rapper, who was being eyed as a suspect in the murder of Bundles, was found dead in his Queens home with a pillow over his head, two bullet wounds to the back of his head and one to the leg.

  • Where's all my emails at? The Bush administration may have committed "extensive" violations of the law... Apparently your boys were deleting emails left and right while The Records Act requires presidents to assure that "the activities, deliberations, decisions, and policies that reflect the performance" of their duties are "adequately documented ... and maintained." Who knows what wound up in that recycling bin and why it was trashed. I guess we'll never know...

  • "This Car Climbed Mount Everest"... China will begin building a highway on Mount Qomolangma, the world's tallest peak, in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region so as to ease the path of those bearing the Olympic torch. They say it'll take about 4 months. These guys can build a highway on the world's tallest mountain in 4 months but we can't fix the Gowanus in 4 years.

  • Irrelevant Ted Nugent tears into Paul McCartney for firing meat eating roadies... I tried to click the link to learn more about it and summarise it for y'all but it asked me for my blood type and my grandmothers maiden name so all you get is the headline. Sorry guys.

  • Gosh, I am such a prophet. I am plum excited that this global warming conspiracy is FINALLY crumbling and all these scientists are at last stepping forward and saying "Yep, it's all bullsh$t." I've gotten so tired of everyone blaming every goddamn thing on "global warming".

  • Poetic Paris Hilton on being in jail: "I look at the ceiling. I look at the walls"

  • Mötley Crüe have filed a $20 million lawsuit against their manager, claiming "greed," "extortionist tactics" and terrible career advice caused the band to lose millions of dollars in profits and tarnished the band's stellar reputation - stellar?! - RELAX. Basically, The Crüe is blaming their managers for all of Tommy Lee's bad decisions such as NBC's "Tommy Lee Goes to College" (hahahaha!) and Lee's participation on "Rock Star: Supernova". Because Lee was so busy doing reality TV, the band says he was unavailable to tour thus causing the cancelation of several key concert dates. The Crüe claims they lost $8 million in ticket and merchandise revenue because of Lee's scheduling conflicts. Oh, shut up.

  • On my way in this morning I was thinking about doing a story on Hitler and the Volkswagen. I need to do some more research first. Meanwhile, Tom Cruise's next movie is about "the true-life attempts to assassinate Adolf Hitler."

  • Next week another Ramones documentary will premiere at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles.

  • Remember the other day we asked for Viagra for a babyfaced beeotch with heartworms? The Little Shelter Animal Adoption Center in Huntington, thanked 1010 WINS and it's listeners for donating enough little blue pills to help Ingrid live for almost a year. Although she has these pills, she still needs more as she will need them for the rest of her life. So keep those pill donations coming and thank you, on behalf of Ingrid the babyface bitch, the shelter, and of course, all of us at Gotham City I.

  • Roll over Harry Potter physicist Stephen Hawking is writing an adventure novel aimed at middle-grade readers called "George's Secret Key to the Universe." No word on whether or not Hawking will narrate the audiobook :)

  • "No Cut Offs"... New York City public pools open 29 June, and the Parks Dept. has a borough-by-borough guide to all 51 one of them. Personally, I like to use this as a handy "Where To Not Go" guide.

  • Make Your Own List of NY Homes to Rob... Forbes has put out their super important list of the Top 100 Most Powerful Celebrities. Gothamist weeded out the top-ranked NY'ers. Check it.

  • Large teams of newly trained suicide bombers are being sent to the U.S. and Europe, according to evidence contained on a new videotape obtained ABC News. Teams assigned to carry out attacks in the U.S., Canada, Great Britain and Germany were introduced at an al Qaeda/Taliban training camp graduation ceremony held June 9. A Pakistani journalist was invited to attend and take pictures as some 300 recruits, including boys as young as 12, were supposedly sent off on their suicide missions. I just wanna know who the valedictorian was and if at the end they all threw their masks in the air like caps.

  • One more reason why the UK rulez... Muslim world inflamed by Rushdie knighthood... Sir Salman Rushdie celebrates his 60th birthday today in familiar circumstances: he is once again the subject of death threats across the Islamic world. Eighteen years after the Ayatollah Khomeini issued a fatwa calling on Muslims to kill the author, a government minister in Pakistan said yesterday that Rushdie’s recent knighthood justified suicide bombing. The question of blasphemy in "The Satanic Verses", Rushdie’s 1988 tale of a prophet misled by the devil, remains a deeply sensitive issue in much of the Muslim world and the author’s inclusion in the Queen’s Birthday Honours last week has inflamed anti-British sentiment. Hardliners in Iran revived calls for his murder once again yesterday. The whole story be here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Gosh, I am such a prophet. I am plum excited that this global warming conspiracy is FINALLY crumbling and all these scientists are at last stepping forward and saying "Yep, it's all bullsh$t." I've gotten so tired of everyone blaming every goddamn thing on "global warming".

- I hope you were kidding, cause that article was totally bullshit.