- Nevermind the politics, here's the Sex Pistols (again). For some inexplicable reason, the Sex Pistols have decided to reform again. This time, the band will play at the Live 8 benefit concert. No one needs to see the Sex Pistols again, benefit or not. Rejected from the benefit -- Motely Crue and Meatloaf.
- Molester suspected in 36,000 cases. This is one of the most disgusting criminal stories I have ever heard. This guy, Dean Arthur Schwartzmiller, has been molesting children for over 35 years, and has documented every abuse in a set of spiral notebooks. The notebooks contained codes relating to the type of abuse he inflicted on these kids. This guy should never see thew light of day again. Hopefully, some fellow inmate will torture and kill this loser in prison.
- Elvis Costello to release music video DVD. Costello will release the DVD set in September, and it will feature 27 music videos along with over 70 mins. of extra footage. The extras include rare UK and US television appearances. Elvis himself wrote extensive liner notes and offers an audio commentary on the disc.
- Incredible brunette named Sandra Shine.
- Did Ohio authorities know about Bush/Cheney illegal campaign activities (including money laundering) before the election but keep it from the public to help Bush win the key state? Simply put...yes. Since Kerry lost the state by only 118,000 votes, the election could have been easily shifted if this cover-up had not taken place. The US Attorneys office for Ohio was aware of the allegations of campaign illegalities three weeks before the election but refused to make it public.
- Expert Says He Was Told To Soften Tobacco Testimony. Looks like the Bush Justice Department told a Harvard University (Bush's alma mater) business professor to change his testimony and soften his penalty recommendation or he would be removed from the witness list in the lawsuit against the tobacco companies. The penalty went from $130 Billion down to $10 billion.
- Mississippi Mayor calls KKK a "peaceful organization." Harlan Majure, Mayor of Philadelphia, MS during the 1990s, said in court testimony today that he was not personally aware of any violence committed by the KKK at any time. His testimony was part of the trial of Edgar Ray Killen the former KKK member accused of killing three civil rights workers in 1964. The murders became the basis of the book and movie, Mississippi Burning.
- Gorgeous petite blonde Sophie Moone.
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