Thursday, June 24, 2004

Clinton jokes are back - Bubba dominates the late-night monologues again.


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The official site of the Toronto Argonauts Cheerleaders


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Berkeley Weighs Legalizing Prostitution.


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Tommy Lee's Vegas DJ Gig Fiasco


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Can you time a major league fastball?


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Vince Vaughn Revs Up the Powerful Mach 5, and when the odds are against him and there's dangerous work to do ...


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The Daily Show looks at the declassified memos about interrogation policies


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BUSH SUPPORTS OUTSOURCING PRISON ABUSE TO INDIA Calling Center in Bangalore to Harass Detainees.


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Watch the first 8 minutes of The Grudge


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The trailer from Exorcist: The Beginning, now in multiple formats


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X-Entertainment reviews Super Mario Bros, the movie.


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Runner Tim Montgomery testified that he used human growth hormone and an undetectable steroid, and that the man at the center of a Bay Area steroid scandal claimed to supply Barry Bonds with performance-enhancing drugs


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The Bush administration won't have to reveal details of Vice President Dick Cheney's double secret probationary energy task force before the election, after the Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a lower court should spend more time sorting out the White House's privacy claim. Writing for the majority, Justice Whatisface wrote "no Republican administration will ever have to reveal anything it doesn't want to while I'm on the court, by jingo" It was a 7-2 decision, so Justice Scalia's refusal to recuse himself was not critical to the ruling.


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Raven - a new magazine - humor plus naked chicks You might be a raven guy if ... "If you’ve read Playboy but might enjoy a men’s magazine that wasn’t designed for your father or grandfather’s generation. If you’ve read Spy or National Lampoon magazines and miss them. If you’ve read The Onion but might like something that wasn’t so bland. "


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While seated on the bench, an Oklahoma judge used a male enhancement pump, shaved and oiled his nether region, and pleasured himself. Here cum da judge.


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New mum Denise Richards is reportedly considering an offer to bare all for Playboy this Christmas.


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Please, please, please, please...That would be a fine Christmas present! Just don't let the guys who did the Chrisima Carpenter (fine lady, bad photos) layout handle this one!

 

Navritilova gets licked at Wimbledon, and she lost the match as well.


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Phoebe Cates is still pretty adorable


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The Berkeley City Council has unanimously passed a resolution calling for constitutional amendments to deny fundamental rights to corporations.


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An all-star CD starring - William Shatner? Captain Kirk has a good sense of humor. The name of the album is "Has Been".


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Jon Stewart interviews Clinton's Secretary of Labor, Robert Reich


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The days are numbered for college cheaters who buy their term papers online, thanks to a new software program. The so-called Plagiarism-Finder takes term paper files and cross-references the text with every document existing on the internet, looking for matching phrases and paragraphs.


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King Carl Gustaf of Sweden removed the pictures of his daughter Madeleine in a low-cut red dress from a Swedish website, but you can see the picture here.


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BadJocks.com - Where COPS meets SPORTSCENTER


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Spin (1995): "Using the 1992 presidential election as his springboard, documentary filmmaker Brian Springer captures the behind-the-scenes maneuverings of politicians and newscasters in the early 1990s. Pat Robertson banters about 'homos,' Al Gore learns how to avoid abortion questions, George Bush talks to Larry King about halcyon -- all presuming they're off camera. Composed of 100% unauthorized satellite footage, Spin is a surreal expose of media-constructed reality."


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President Bush's Farewell Letter to Connecticut Governor John Rowland on the Occasion of his Tragic Forced Resignation by Ruthless Liberal "Ethics Nazis" (whitehouse.org)


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An AOL engineer sold 92 million names and e-mail addresses to a spammer.


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JoBlo interviews James Franco (Harry Osborn in the Spider-Man flicks).


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Kerry Calls Bush 'The Greatest Divider'. Yup, that Bush is a wizard when it comes to dividing by 10. Sometimes he can figure out the answer in less than a minute. He kinda sucks at square roots, however.


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Arizona Democrats file challenge to Nader. The legal issue is kind of technical, but it centers around the fact that Arizona law is anti-douchebag.


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Saturn's moon Phoebe likely born in outer solar system: "NASA unveiled a spectacular high-resolution mosaic of Saturn's enigmatic moon Phoebe today, along with other data from the Saturn-bound Cassini probe showing the moon formed in the extreme outer solar system and later was captured by the ringed planet's gravity. "


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Doctors discover a real-life X-Man. This is a fascinating story about a DNA mutation which boosts muscle growth.


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The New York Times hired Larry McMurtry to review Clinton's 'My Life': It is the best and worst of reviews. Worst in the sense that I have no idea whether I want to read Clinton's book. It is about the man more than his book. Best in the sense that I know I want to read the review again. McMurtry is a skillful writer. "The very press that wanted to discredit him and perhaps even run him out of town instead made him a celebrity, a far more expensive thing than a mere president. Clinton's now up there with Madonna, in the highlands that are even above talent. In fact, he and Madonna may, just at the moment, be the only ones way up there"


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Cingular Wireless hopes to begin launching its first high-speed mobile internet services in 2005.


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A Study of Supervised Spam Detection Applied to Eight Months of Personal Email. The researchers found that Spamassassin performed well in various configurations. Spamprobe, Bogofilter and Spambayes also came out good while CRM-114 failed to live up to its previous claims. The study concludes that the best-performing filters reduced the volume of incoming spam from about 150 messages per day to about 2 messages per day.


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Humor: Al Qaeda Recruiting Video


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The Michael Moore documentary Fahrenheit 9/11 has achieved record-breaking single day grosses at both Manhattan's Loew's Village 7 theater and Manhattan's Lincoln Plaza theater, the two theaters at which it opened today. These are not limited records which match it against documentaries and art films, but the all time record against all films. For example, the previous recordholder at Loew's was Men in Black. Understand that part of the reason is that we are talking about liberal-friendly Manhattan, and another part is that there are only two theaters showing the film in a very large city. But the record still counts.


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