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Enrique is a ‘little hung’ up

Friday, May 25th, 2007

Enrique Iglesias is regularly featured in the celeb section of gossip rags. Why you ask? Could it be because he has show of honest humility, has confessed that he has a small willy?

Enrique Iglesias exhausted and Anna Kournikova wanting more

Enrique Iglesias who is dating tennis hottie Anna Kournikova told a magazine that there was only one thing he’d change about his body: “I’d change my penis if I could. It’s way, way, way too small.” Why he felt we had to share this information with the rest of the world is anybody’s guess. If I was less than well endowed, I wouldn’t want it to be publick knowledge. But then Anna Kournikova is still keeping him arround so maybe it’s not the size but what you do with it that counts.

Enrique’s father, Julio Iglasias, (who is was also a latin singing superstar), was considered a casanova in his day and is rumored to hav bedded up to 3000 women. Julio became a father for the fifth time at age 65.

The moral of the story: Like father, not like son.

People Who Annoy You…

Friday, May 25th, 2007

I never watch South Park, something about the intro song just hits the wrong nerves. But, (there’s always a but), I recently came across this funny BUT somewhat politically incorrect clip that I just had to share.

And if any of my loyal readership is offended in any which way…go to hell. :p Joking. But seriously, if you are offended…it’s a bloody joke! If you read my blogs closely, I’m sure you can come up with a reason as to why I possibly cannot be racist.


It ain’t over ‘til it’s over and even then it ain’t over!

Thursday, May 24th, 2007

Right from the time of Presidential assassinations to 9/11 and now to the firing of 8 US attorneys, an affinity for official secrecy has now become a defining characteristic of the Bush administration. In this video, Jon Stewart exposes the US Senate’s weakness, when the President’s Attorney general answers many questions with an eloquent phrase of “I don’t know”. Here are a few excerpts of the White House’s unanswered questions:

9/11 investigations –
Al Qosi, a Sudanese accountant apprehended on suspicions of ties to Al Qaeda, claimed that U.S. military inquisitors had subjected him and others to bizarre forms of humiliation and abuse at Guantanamo Bay. The answer given by a Senate representative was that they could not talk about the matter in question because it was going be investigated.

CIA Leak -
In 2003, the Bush administration was in hot water again over Valerie Plame, a former CIA officer who held non-official cover (NOC) status before her classified covert CIA identity was exposed in a syndicated American newspaper column. Response by the Senate was that they could talk about it because the investigation had just gotten over.

‘Scooter’ Libby -
Former vice presidential chief of staff I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby, was convicted on federal charges of lying and obstructing an investigation into the Iraq war. At a press conference, the White House spokesperson said that they could not comment on an ‘ongoing investigation’ after Scooter Libby had already been convicted.

Firing of 8 US Attorneys –
Most recently, Mr. Alberto Gonzales could not release the documents on the investigation because he was currently in the ‘midst of an ongoing investigation.’

So the whole point being that the White House cannot talk about any ‘investigations’ before, in the midst of, or after they are over. This trend has been ‘ongoing’ since times immemorial. No matter who you question in the Senate, their answer is that they cannot comment as they are not permitted to do so. So who is this mysterious phantom who can shut even the President’s mouth? Isn’t the President the leader of the country? Is the Freedom to Information Act a farce? Are the people of America being led to the merry tunes of the White House?

That was the end of my rant…Jon Stewart took a more light hearted approach to the topic. Check out the video and makeup your own mind. Is it over?

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Nicole Ritchie - I’m going to be a good girl too.

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2007

So it is official. Nicole Ritchie, daughter of Lionel Ritchie and on again, off again friend of Paris Hilton, is in rehab to get her act together. Nicole is an amazing 83 pounds and as per a medical doctor “along with illegal substance abuse very, very lucky to be alive.”

Nicole Ritchie's Anorexic Skinny Body in Bikini

She is receiving treatment for an addiction to pills as well as anorexia. Though the glamour puss’ publicist has denied the reports, photographic evidence lends credence to the story. Nicole had been spotted entering the rehab with an overnight bag. When she arrived at the clinic, the 5-foot-2 celebrity weighed a shocking 83 pounds and was in tears that she had once again lost control of her life, says an insider. “Nicole’s been a mess for months.”

Apparently, Nicole was in the clinic for a few days and now is an outpatient. Guess Nicole has taken a leaf out of her friend’s book and is trying to be ‘good’ too. With a court hearing coming up for her DUI arrest last year, maybe Ritchie wants to impress the Judge with her ‘good’ behavior….so that she too can get a reduced sentence like her pal Paris Hilton. Well Nicole all we can say is that - better late than never.

Michael Moore - A Vendetta Against the Bush Administration?

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2007

Michael Moore started with Roger & Me and went on to Bowling with Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11. Bush hater or truth teller, hero or antichrist, his most recent entry at the Cannes Film Festival Moore’s documentary “Sicko” — a ferocious attack on the U.S. health care industry — is the talk of the film festival and Michael Moore is hot property.

Michael Moore Movie Poster for Sicko

“It’s a government that’s funded by the pharmaceutical companies and the health insurers, so I’m not surprised they’re coming after me,” said Michael Moore, who is being investigated by the U.S. Treasury Department for traveling to Cuba for one of the segments in his film. Ironically, the Cuban segment occupies relatively little screen time though it has made waves with the Bush government. This could be because, as per the film, the health-care industry that Moore skewers in “Sicko” was a major contributor to Bush’s 2004 re-election campaign.

As usual the Bush administration said that they had ‘no comment’ citing a policy against discussing specific investigations being conducted by Treasury Office.

Many people are of the view that the film has been exaggerated to unrealistic heights. Yet others have praised Moore for having the balls to deliver the untarnished truth. Whatever the opinion, the investigation lends credence to Michael Moore’s film and will ensure tons of free publicity for ‘Sicko’. Kudos to Michael for payback to the Government. According to Moore: “I’ve made a very funny film, about a very sick subject.”

Here’s hoping Mr. Moore doesn’t plan on getting sick in the near future or else Uncle Sam will have the last laugh!


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