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Katrina Coda: “Remember when the feds stopped the searches and said there we no more bodies to be found, but everyone else said they were lying? They were.”
Fritz Lang’s Metropolis one-sheet sold for $690,000 at auction, setting new record for a movie poster.
Prince William joins HSBC, becomes office hunk: He’s really impressed everyone – including the men. Everyone’s dressing a bit smarter. Everyone made sure their poppies were in their lapels before Armistice Day.”
Bill O’Reilly checks out Brown University’s SexPowerGod party and is shocked to find that at a queer party there are “guys kissing guys and girls making out with girls.”
Madonna rocks London nightclub Koko with five song set: “She is certainly one of the few fortysomething women on earth who could stand onstage playing air guitar, her arms windmilling frantically in imitation of The Who’s Pete Townshend, and somehow emerge with her mystique intact.”
Homophobic killer Sean Burke, who with fellow high school student Marco Perez, bound, beat, and murdered Richard Reihl in his home after meeeting him in a gay bar in 1988, seeks a reduction in his 40 year prison sentence. The gruesome crime inspired the institution of hate crime laws in Connecticut. The AP reports, “Burke says he is back in control of his life after 17 years in prison.” Unfortunately, Reihl is still dead.