Friday, June 29, 2007

Vince McMahon on Today Show speaking about Benoit Tragedy

Friday, June 22, 2007

Bayer Exposed ( HIV contaminated vaccine )

This is just disgusting. These guys shouldn't be in business.

Friday, June 15, 2007

Transformers Theme by Black Lab: full video

PARIS IN JAIL: The Music Video

Friday, June 8, 2007

Back to Jail for Paris Hilton

TMZ is reporting that Paris Hilton has been ordered back to Jail to serve out the remainder of her sentence at Lynwood, with a 5 day credit for time already served. I glad to see that justice has been done in this case and that Paris will not get away for what she has done. Hopefully, Paris will come out with a new attitude and new direction in life.

Back to Court for Paris Hilton

Yahoo News is reporting that the judge that sent Paris to Jail is ordering her to go back to court. Apparently, the Sheriff' that let her go didn't contact the Judge or the City Attorney before releasing Paris, and so, the City attorney filed a petition with the Judge (Judge Sauer) to have her sent back to Jail. So, she will be in court today to appear before Judge Sauer to decide whether or not she should be sent back to Jail or allowed to stay under house arrest.

Only time will tell if Justice will be done in this case. I hope that they make the right and fair decision this time.

Thursday, June 7, 2007

Paris Hilton -- Free Woman

In what can only be described as a cruel twist of justice, TMZ is reporting that Paris Hilton has been released from prison this morning, after serving only 3 days of a 23 day sentence. Apparently, she has been released due to a medical reason, but will be placed under house arrest for 40 days. This is just absurd. I feel sorry for those of you that are American, since your justice system has just been made into a joke.

Paris Hilton has been allowed to pretty much get off easy after endangering herself and all those around her by Drinking and Driving. Anyone else in this position would probably still be in jail. This decision is bad for the American Justice system and for Paris's career. Because if her medical condition can't be proved to the public to be very serious, I don't think anyone is going to want to watch another of her movies or to hear her music or to see her in ads, especially those that have lost someone to a drunk driver.

This is terrible. But that's enough of me ranting. What do you guys think?

Comment Policy

Hey everyone. It appears that my blog has received its first spam posts in the comments section. And so, I thought that I would be a good idea to publish some rules for the comments section.

First, any posts that I view to be spam, will be deleted. I don't mind someone leaving a plug for there site or blog, but you must leave a comment that is in English and it has to be on topic with the post or conversation in the comments thread.

Secondly, I don't mind religious declarations, as I am religious, but they must follow the previous rule of being in someway related to the post or conversion in the comments thread, or it will be deleted.

I believe these simple rules are reasonable, but if anyone feels they are not, just leave a comment in the comments section of this post.

So, until next time. I hope that you guys keep enjoying this blog and I'll see you next post.

Saturday, June 2, 2007

TV kidney competition was a hoax

The BBC is reporting that the controversial reality tv show called "The Donor Show" was in fact a hoax. Apparently, the women that was the donor was in fact an actress and the contests that were vying for the new kidney were real patients waiting for a kidney transplant, but knew going in that the show was a hoax.

So, no one going in will come out feeling like a loser since there was no kidney to win and they can be happy that much needed attention was brought to the donor shortage. But, whether people will remember the donor shortage or just the elaborate hoax that they put on, only time will tell.

Mass deletion sparks LiveJournal revolt

CNet is reporting that users on LiveJournal are now up in arms at the deletion of thousands of user accounts that it says violate its user agreement. The deletions appears to have started after a activist group called the "Warriors for Innocence" (a group that claims to track sites promoting pedophilia, the sexual abuse of minors, and other illegal activities) prompted LiveJournal to do so, in a bid to protect minors.

Much of the deleted accounts and groups seem to revolve around sexuality. Some account that were deleted had the names " childlove" and "little_children". Some science fiction groups were also among the accounts deleted as they presented stories that involve sex between characters.

Now some may argue that these steps may have gone to far, and that this is censorship (which is the new bad word). But I have to agree with LiveJournal. Why you might ask? Because unfortunately you never know who is going to come to your site, and so if your site contains stories that are sexual you may have minors that will read them without there parents knowledge. Parents ultimately should actively observe where there children are going online, but parents can't always be there, and so to have this little piece of protection for there kids I think is a good idea. This probably sucks for most people that wish to read stories that include sexuality, but it is one of the prices that have to be paid to protect our kids.

Also, as I said before with the Digg revolt, the site should have the right to decide what activities are allowed to happen on the site. If they decide that sexual content is a no-no, then they should have the right to do so. Now as with the Digg revolt, I do believe that LiveJournal will back down on the deletions, and so I hope that they will instead try to create an under aged section to there site. Not that someone can't lie about their age, but at lest it would create a situation where the site could protect itself against an litigation if any that could come against it, if it feels threatened by lawsuits.

But, only time will tell what will eventually happen with LiveJournal. What do you guys think?

***update: It appears that LiveJournal has now come out and apologized for Thursdays mass deletion of user accounts and will now re-instate many of the deleted accounts. Star Wars Celebration IV: Family Guy Preview