Reacting to the Newtown, CT mass murder debacle, radio stations nationwide have pulled Ke$ha’s Die Young song because apparently it advocates dying young, and many young people died last Friday so people don’t like to be reminded of that constantly in the media. Except of course when the news media won’t shut up about it.
Everyone Is Dying To Be In Our Headlines.
Posts Tagged ‘News’:
Ooops, we had our first anniversary last week and we forgot to even mention it. That’s right fuckers, this site has been in operation for a year and we have no signs of slowing down. Though we don’t have any specific plans for an online party to celebrate (because that would be super lame) we
Apparently there’s all of these allegations against members of the Secret Service about them having sex with strippers and prostitutes. Why is this news? I’m not even going to link to the article about it because this kind of thing is a complete non-issue. The only reason I’m even talking about it is because the
I don’t care who this person is, how respected they are in the journalism industry, what they were writing about, or how relevant this story is to the future of the free world: when you write terrible puns in your headlines, you deserve to be pun-ished. The pun in my headline is only there because
Some one down in some bumfuck town near L.A. is shooting people dead outside of a beauty salon. Their reason is undisclosed at this time, but what is known is that eight people are dead. One more has Battle Damage™ and is headed off to some local hospital. That kinda sucks I guess. The assassin
Yahoo News Classification: News Website Real Classification: Pointless Non-Stories Read By Bored Losers Who Use Yahoo As Their Homepage For Some Reason When it comes to being informed about things other people are doing, I generally don’t give a shit. To put it plainly, the rest of the world can kiss my ass. I’m not
YouTube Round Up is an infrequently posted feature where we show off some of our favorite YouTube videos. This video is awesome. Basically it proves that news organizations, parents, and generally everyone over the age of 40 (at the time) just don’t understand video games, regardless of the era in which the games debuted. It’s