Greg Paulus, you will be missed.
Should GM continue contributing to collegiate scholarship funds? Chevrolet's scholarship program burns $2000 per college basketball game, and $128,000 on the NCAA DI tournament alone.
Add another $1000 for the Pontiac game-changing performance of the tournament.
Every time I see an "I'm a PC, and I'm cute and underage" ad, I think of child stars and picture said PCs as troubled teenage Macs.
I was flipping through an issue of Spin from 1998 (Eric Cartman as Janet Jackson on the cover) and saw a photo of Alec Empire (Atari Teenage Riot) with a scar on the outside of his right forearm the length of his right forearm.
What happened to your arms? There are, like, matching ten-inch wounds running down them.
It happened in Seattle. We had problems with the PA guy; he kept turning us down. We left the stage three times and I was getting pissed off and the audience was getting completely violent. At some point, I took a razor blade and cut myself on both sides. There was blood all over. When I got off stage everybody was going "Hey Alec…," because the meat was going like [makes lip-smacking sound]."
I wonder how he reacts when television stations obnoxiously lower the volume between commercial breaks.
The actor who played Jimmy Brooks on Degrassi: The Next Generation now raps under the moniker "Drake."
According to The Globe and Mail, however:
» his mentor is Lil Wayne
» he worked on Dr. Dre's album Detox
» Stevie Wonder warms up for shows to the first song he ever recorded
» his latest leaked track is a Wayne-assisted remix of Santigold's "Unstoppable"
He's Jewish too. A rare black Jewish rapper.
ON NOTICE: Taco Bell, for discontinuing spicy chicken. The spicy chicken soft taco was the best item on its menu.
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