Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Courtney Love on Spears

"Say what you will about me, and I'm not passing judgment, but when I had my daughter, I stayed home with her almost every night for the first year of her life."
- Courtney Love, talking about Britney Spears to TV's Access Hollywood this week

Courtney, why AREN"T you passing judgement? You were a drug addict who admitted she shot up while pregnent and even YOU were a better mother than Brittany has been this past month. When did passing judgement become a worse sin than anything else?

I wouldn't have believed it a month ago, but I wouldn't be shocked if K-Fed actually got custody if she keeps this up.

Man Accused of Faking Retardation

TACOMA, Wash. (AP) - For nearly 20 years _ ever since Pete Costello was 8 _ his mother has collected disability benefits on his behalf. In meetings with Social Security officials and psychologists, he appeared mentally retarded and unable to communicate. His mother insisted he couldn't read or write, shower, take care of himself or drive a car.

But now prosecutors say it was all a huge fraud, and they have video of Costello contesting a traffic ticket to prove it.
"He's like any other person trying to get out of a traffic ticket," Assistant U.S. Attorney Norman Barbosa said Tuesday.
Pete and Rosie Marie Costello were indicted in September on charges of conspiracy to defraud the government and Social Security fraud, and the case was unsealed Tuesday. The Vancouver pair pleaded not guilty in federal court in Tacoma on Tuesday after the case was unsealed. The traffic ticket was deferred.
Barbosa filed with the court two videos of Pete Costello taken this year: In one, he allegedly feigns retardation during an interview with Social Security workers; the other is of him contesting the traffic ticket in a courtroom earlier this year.

This could explain Lindsey Lohan's recent Behavior

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Serena Williams.....Pants on fire?

USA Today reports:
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — A pit bull registered to tennis star Serena Williams allegedly bit a security guard outside her home last week.
Williams told police she didn't own the dog, but said she was watching Bambi for a friend, a Palm Beach Gardens Police incident report said.
The dog, a 5-year-old tan pit bull, is registered to Williams, Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control assistant director Dennis Yeskey told The Palm Beach Post.
Williams' website shows two photographs of her tan pit bull named Bambi.
A spokeswoman for Williams declined to comment.
Bambi and a white Maltese were roaming around a guardhouse near her home Friday night, when the pit bull nipped at the guard's buttocks. The guard was not injured because his wallet blocked the dog's bite, the incident report said.
The guard traced the dogs back to Williams' home using a phone number listed on the Maltese's dog tag. She later told police the dogs got loose after she let them out. She told police she owned the Maltese, but not the pit bull, the report said.
Animal Care and Control did not have records of Williams owning a Maltese.
Telephone calls placed to Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control were not immediately returned Monday.
A Palm Beach Gardens Police spokeswoman would not comment on the case.

Serena, there are things called "records" that keep track of things like ownership. Just thought I'd tell you so you didn't look so stupid nex time.

Monday, December 04, 2006

Gwyneth Paltrow is better than you


Oscar-winning US actress Gwyneth Paltrow feels dinner talk is far more interesting in her adopted homeland Britain than back in her native country.
"I love the English lifestyle, it's not as capitalistic as America. People don't talk about work and money, they talk about interesting things at dinner," she told "NS," the weekend magazine supplement of daily Portuguese newspaper Diario de Noticias on Saturday.

"I like living here because I don't fit into the bad side of American psychology. The British are much more intelligent and civilized than the Americans," the 34-year-old added.

Oh yes Gwyneth, because something the British CONSTANTLY do is talk about how wonderful, intelligent, and civilized they are. Miss Manners constantly tells us that the height of civility is to expound on your perfection and the faults of others. Why you just fit right in with your wonderful yet humble personality. Please, is there anything else you would like to say about yourself or are you saving it for your next dinner party? Must be nice, you moved there as a millionaire celebrity, hmm tell me how many Real people you've interacted with. Madonna doesn't count, she was replaced by a robot years ago.

Guest poster below comments

I love how she compares the brits she goes to parties with to "americans". we
don't have baseball hooligans, we have far more equality and social integration
for women and minorities, we produce much of their culture or are the
supporting market for the culture they produce... I mean , what a
staggeringly stupid statement.
If she had said, it's safer here. Or I like living in a more socialist
environment. Or My anorexia is more tolerated here... I might say she had some