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 road Chace Crawford tries his luck with a game of horsehoe in Mexico.

Chace road Jason Akermanis's brother comes to his defense: "I know I'm biased, but every time he has an opinion people want to shoot him down. He wasn't gay bashing. He was just saying the culture is not right to have a gay player come out. In my opinion, if a bloke does come out he would get hounded by opposition supporters. It would be sad, I think."

 road 42-year-old Celine Dion is pregnant with twins.

 road Chasing the pink rupee.

 road Katy Perry joined the go-go boys on top of the bar at The Cock.

 road Claim that Rep. Mark Kirk lied about receiving a highly reputable award: "The Republican candidate for President Obama's old Senate seat inaccurately claimed to have received the U.S. Navy's Intelligence Officer of the Year award for service during NATO's conflict with Serbia in the late 1990s."

 road Sex & the City 2 will most likely pull in over $50 million in the US this weekend, good enough to open at number two at the box office. 

Oil

 road The top meat-consuming country is not a world super-power.

 road Apple's "stickiness" explained.

 road BP CEO Tony Hayward to Louisiana residents: "We're sorry for the massive disruption it's caused their lives. There's no one who wants this over more than I do. I would like my life back."

 road One energy experts claims that the only way to stop the BP oil leak is to blast it with a small nuclear bomb.

 road Kylie performs her new song "All the Lovers" in Italy.

 road Jake Gyllenhaal celebrates this weekend's release of the Prince of Persia with a trip to the gym.

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  1. To Tony Hayward, BP's CEO:

    You want YOUR life back?

    Well, the planet would like it's life back, but thanks to you and your company's constant soul-sucking need for more more more capital, you've pretty much fucked over the planet for about the next 150 years, not to mention the residents of any coastal town in the gulf, the wildlife in the same areas and the millions who are next on this ever-growing list.

    You don't deserve a life, asshole.

    Posted by: johnny | May 31, 2010 8:45:43 AM


  2. Hayward is just another one of the overpaid arrogant egotistical executive who simply doesn't know when to shut up. Every time this man opens his mouth it's like he so loves to hear his own voice that he doesn't know when he has said enough.

    Exactly why is it that Tony thinks anyone on this planet cares if he gets his freakin' life back or not? Quite frankly I wish BP would fire his sorry ass (which they won't) with no "golden parachute", making him such a worthless parasite as to be unemployable for the remainder of his natural life.

    There is absolutely nothing that BP can, or will, do to rectify this disaster (and no, Rand Paul this shouldn't just be written off as an accident) that will undo the damage that has been, and continues to be, done to the ocean, sea and wild life, and the surrounding coastline and it's residents. I'll not be happy until the last BP sign comes down, the stations are boarded up and the company has been totally bankrupted.

    Posted by: ChrisM | May 31, 2010 11:18:16 AM


  3. Or to paraphrase yet another Aussie that isn't a bigot: "Don't move into our neighborhood because there are gay-bashers who will attack you" or "Don't bother applying for a job at OzBigot Inc. because the guys on the dock don't like gays" and "Be afraid..very afraid." Ugh.

    Posted by: Hue-Man | May 31, 2010 2:20:47 PM


  4. ROFL - I signed in to leave a comment about Tony Hayward wanting his life back (boo hoo), and I see it's been said, already...
    good goin'!

    Posted by: Kile Ozier | May 31, 2010 5:47:44 PM


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