Check Out The Billboard Article About Whitney&Bobbi…A-Lister thinks twice about his marriage!!!!

Posted on June 23rd, 2015 by HisHighness in IUC:Entertainment, IUC:Exclusive


IUC Tuesday: An A-lister recently told his car dealer that he’s only into “leasing, not buying – wish I could turn back time and apply that theory to my wife”, he said. Can you guess who???

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  1. WC Kitty said on June 23rd, 2015 at 12:44 pm

    LOL, I can think of a few! :)

  2. brother said on June 23rd, 2015 at 4:55 pm

    Ian, it looks like you hit somebody’s nerve!

  3. WR said on June 24th, 2015 at 1:14 am

    Of his own free will, he went into that relationship. He didn’t stop to think of the humiliation he was putting his then wife through. It was just another part of his history regarding his treatment of men and women; I. e. they are to be used, and when no longer useful, to be discarded.
    He publicly stated he wanted children. So, she went all out to get them for their sake. They couldn’t be domestic, for whatever reason; it was easier, and more dramatic that they come from a foreign environment. Tons of publicity followed. Certain web sites started calling her a saint. Unbelievably, the public bought it. They hadn’t the foggiest notion of what it takes to be a saint. But, to do good, even if it’s for “charity chic” is at least better than carrying vials of blood around. Eventually, their image improved; but only temporarily. People were now saying they are a strange couple. They seem more like siblings, than that “passionate” couple; in certain minds, a veritable re-incarnation of Liz and Dick, if you will.

  4. WR said on June 24th, 2015 at 1:17 am

    There is the famous superstition Hollywood holds true. That deaths comes in threes. We lost James Horner, the esteemed composer of film music, on Monday.
    Now we learn of the passing of Dick Van Patten, the patriarch of “Eight is Enough”.

  5. Keane said on June 24th, 2015 at 10:44 am

    Is Ian not talking about Ben Affleck here? I guessed it would be him…

  6. I'm on the bidet said on June 24th, 2015 at 11:55 am

    On another of Ian’s interests, the death of Kurt Cobain, a former Seattle police department chief says he’d re-open the case after seeing a documentary called “Soaked in Bleach” about Cobain’s ’suicide’.

    Quotables: The Kurt Cobain Fear is (Still) Real
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  7. I'm on the bidet said on June 24th, 2015 at 12:02 pm

    For the blind item, I’ll guess Jay Leno, because the joke is about cars, and he’s really into cars, and at about Jay’s level of mainstream humor. In fact, his ‘wife’ could be one of his cars, rather than his actual wife. If Ian gives a further clue about denim, that will lock it down.

  8. WC Kitty said on June 24th, 2015 at 1:44 pm

    I don’t believe it’s Ben Affleck. He has personal problems which may add to marriage problems, but I also believe he is thinking about entering the political arena and divorcing her would not be a good move. Maybe it’s Johnny Depp since they are rumored to be having marital problems and he supposedly hasn’t said a word about his Australian dog issue. However, Amber is reported to be making stupid arrogant comments about the issue.

  9. WR said on June 24th, 2015 at 3:11 pm

    The National Enquirer has a current issue with the Natalie Wood case on the cover. Inside, they tell us that Natalie Wood had fracture(s) on her skull when found. Earlier, it was reported that the victim looked like she had been in a boxing ring, what with all the black and purple marks on her body. The NE declares it won’t stop until it gets to the bottom of all this.
    Wagner has been hired for several projects, in the last few years. Christopher Walken is also busy.

  10. WC Kitty said on June 24th, 2015 at 4:19 pm

    Wagner plays the father to Tony D. on NCIS. I immediately think of Natalie when I see his face.

  11. WC Kitty said on June 24th, 2015 at 5:30 pm

    New headlines about the Brand being set to divorce (if they’re really even married). Brad is miserable.

  12. Guest2 said on June 24th, 2015 at 7:39 pm

    @WC Kitty:
    I’ll believe this when they announce the split. I just don’t see brad leaving those kids with that psycho. We know the wedding was fake but I still believe they married legally at least a couple of years before, maybe around the time she got the new tat of brad’s birthplace below the childrens’ birthplaces. Or maybe not. I doubt we’ll ever know the truth.

  13. WC Kitty said on June 24th, 2015 at 8:18 pm

    I don’t remember when she got the tats, but I also believe that they may be married (before the phony one). Weren’t they supposedly divorcing when there was the News of the World phone hacking? You don’t get divorced if you aren’t married.

  14. Guest2 said on June 25th, 2015 at 1:53 pm

    @WC Kitty:
    The brad birthplace tattoo was two or three years ago so after the News of the World hacking. There was a poster, either here or at FF, who said (this is a few years back) that they married before the birth of Shiloh to appease Jane Pitt. But AJ started wearing a wedding band after the engagement that she said belonged to brad’s grandmother. Who really knows when or if. But one thing is for sure, they could not announce a divorce if no one knows they’re married. Are divorce records sealed in CA? I think the fake wedding had a dual purpose, to promote their WWII movies to the older audience and to let it out that they’re married. Something changed with them. AJ was dressing like a 75 year old granny and now she dresses like she’s on the prowl. Maybe brad has lost interest in her. He seems to like them young. I wonder whatever happened to “Bambi”.

  15. WC Kitty said on June 25th, 2015 at 6:14 pm

    They could have gotten a confidential marriage, but only the proceedings and settlements for a divorce can be kept private. So if they get divorced (if they’re married) then the paps will know because the papers will be filed. I could see the need to get married to appease Jane Pitt, but why keep it a secret? Was AJ hoping Brad would go for a huge (fake) wedding at a late date in order to receive a lot of attention and also make a lot of money? He never did, so she pulled one on him in France using the movie as an excuse? They both look miserable and it does appear that they just have an arrangement. So where is Bambi?

  16. morris maltenburg said on June 25th, 2015 at 8:55 pm


  17. morris maltenburg said on June 25th, 2015 at 9:06 pm

    Another Ex-Scientologist Writes A Scathing Essay About Why She Left The Church
    “Scientologists have no boundaries and their cruelties exclude no one.”

    By Brie Schwartz

    Actress Carmen Llywelyn spent eight years immersed in the Church of Scientology. Since leaving, she penned an essay for Gawker entitled “Why I Left Scientology,” that details her troubling history with the religion.

    “The reality of Scientology is deceptively hidden and cleverly disguised. When I look at Scientology today, I have to forgive myself for not seeing through the manipulation sooner,” she writes. “It hasn’t been easy, but I’ve realized that the religion is built on a foundation of violence.”

    Carmen’s ex-husband, actor Jason Lee (My Name is Earl, anyone?) introduced her to the church.

    When Carmen, 41, first set foot in the church’s Celebrity Centre, at the age of 20, she describes getting a “horrible feeling,” but she pursued the religion to save her marriage.

    “When I think back, I believe a part of me knew if I didn’t accept Scientology the marriage would be over before it even started. Regardless of how different I feel about Jason and Scientology today, I was very much in love with the guy and wanted our marriage to work. I did what I thought was right. But I made the mistake of immersing myself completely in his world. I did what so many other people who join Scientology do: I lost all sense of individual identity in the name of the cult.”

    “As we kept going, it occurred to me how unreal and expensive Scientology was going to be,” she said, adding that she realized that membership would cost her upwards of $50,000. “To me, Scientology seemed more of a surreal lifestyle for the privileged than a kind of belief system.”

    However, she wouldn’t dare express her feelings.

    “You’d never think that speaking your mind could get you in that much trouble, but if you knew what the average Scientologist’s perspective was on friendships you’d understand,” she writes. “In Scientology, your friend can become your worst enemy overnight.”

    In her essay, she describes the awful sensation when her closest confidantes (including actress Jenna Elfman) turned on her after she was deemed a “Suppressive Person,” or “the worst thing you can be in Scientology.

    Even her former husband sent her a “disconnection letter.”

    Carmen goes onto claim that “Scientology has a sophisticated intelligence agency known as the Office of Special Affairs, which is essentially a complex system dedicated to ruining the lives of those it sees as enemies in any way possible.”

    She says that members of the Church “skirt the law and use methods like electronic surveillance and cell phones to monitor a person’s every word and every move.” It’s not the first time we’ve heard this allegation. Tom Cruise purportedly bugged Nicole Kidman’s phone while they were married and it’s been said that he did the same to Katie Holmes.

    When she finally left, Carmen said her world basically shattered. “Nothing that I knew was ever the same. I lost every friend and source of love I knew besides my family in Georgia, 3,000 miles away. I was completely on my own and not one of them cared. What I didn’t expect to happen was that Gay [a Scientologist] would get my agent at United Talent Agency to drop me. Or at least that’s what she told me in her disconnection letter I received. So I had no way of even getting work. I was supposed to start over.”

    Carmen, who now lives in Atlanta with her partner and twins, says that she is speaking out now to help “other survivors who have suffered through the experiences of predatory cults,” adding, “Scientologists have no boundaries and their cruelties exclude no one.”

    You can read the full essay here.

    The Church of Scientology has not yet responded to our request for comment.

  18. morris maltenburg said on June 25th, 2015 at 9:13 pm

    Why I Left Scientology…. FULL ESSAY

    I was a Scientologist for eight years. Although I identified as one I didn’t really understand what actually being a Scientologist fully entailed until after a couple of years of being heavily indoctrinated. The reality of Scientology is deceptively hidden and cleverly disguised. When I look at Scientology today, I have to forgive myself for not seeing through the manipulation sooner. I’ve spent the last 13 years keeping Scientology out of my life. It hasn’t been easy, but I’ve realized that the religion is built on a foundation of violence. I’m proud to add my voice to the many who, despite fear of retribution and humiliation, have come forward to tell of our experiences. This is my story.

    The day I was taken to The Celebrity Centre in Los Angeles for the first time, I had no idea how much the visit would change and shape me into the person I am today. Or what I’d be like if the fates had something different in mind for me.

    I bought a one-way ticket from Georgia to California when I was 19. My dream was to be an actor. Four months after arriving, I met the person who would introduce me to the organization around which my life would soon begin to revolve. Jason Lee, the actor best known for My Name is Earl, and I were introduced at an action sports trade show in San Diego where I was working as a model for an indie clothing label. Jason was at the height of his pro-skateboard success. We got married in 1995 after being together for one year.

    Jason had been a Scientologist for about five years when we met. He was introduced through his ex-girlfriend, Marissa Ribisi, and her family. When I think back, I believe a part of me knew if I didn’t accept Scientology the marriage would be over before it even started. That may sound somewhat superficial and at that age, maybe it was. But in truth, regardless of how different I feel about Jason and Scientology today, I was very much in love with the guy and wanted our marriage to work. I did what I thought was right. But I made the mistake of immersing myself completely in his world. I did what so many other people who join Scientology do: I lost all sense of individual identity in the name of the cult.

    What made becoming a Scientologist all too easy, especially in the beginning, were the famous and successful faces that surrounded and influenced me. It made it seem like maybe Scientology was the real cause behind all this success these young people were having. Jason’s friends became my friends. I was impressed with how educated in art they all were. I learned a lot through them, but at 20 years old, there was no one in my life who wasn’t a Scientologist.

    I got a horrible feeling in my stomach that first day at the Celebrity Centre. Jason and I had spoken about Scientology many times. Our relationship was serious; we had just moved in together. Eventually, I started to feel like he was forcing Scientology on me, past the point where I didn’t want to go any further. He would never stop talking about it. It became a source of contention and I realized that unless I accepted Scientology the way he did and the way he wanted me to, we would most likely cease to know each another.

    I didn’t want to go inside the Centre, but Jason was so excited for me. He had set up a tour of everything. A very nice Sea Org staff member showed us around, taking us to the different levels and departments and explaining how Scientology worked. Of course, Jason had been there before and it wasn’t lost on me that the tour was all for my benefit. It was unnerving to know that my reaction to what was happening could be a dealbreaker in our relationship. I think I was too young to even understand the impact this had on my decision making.

    We walked over to a room where a couple of people were reading and waiting to be taken into “session,” as it was described to me. As we kept going, it occurred to me how unreal and expensive Scientology was to going to be. (I’m not exactly sure, but I know with all the auditing, books and courses I took, the cost of Scientology added up to more than $50,000. This includes the cost of my lifetime membership to the International Association Of Scientologists, which is thousands of dollars and a requirement that must be paid before any services can be started. This amount does not include the donations the church asked us for over the years.)

    To me, Scientology seemed more of a surreal lifestyle for the privileged than a kind of belief system. Our tour guide showed us the auditing part of the grade chart, then the training part. She asked us, wouldn’t we like to become clear one day and was that something we could imagine ourselves doing? I remember saying I did, but that I would most likely only do the auditing side since it seemed impossible for me to finish both sides. I joked that I had no idea how I’d ever have time to do anything else.

    She surprised me when she abruptly cut me off me mid-sentence in order to say that I would finish both sides, like every other Scientologist is required do. Her quick personality shift from accommodating to controlling shocked me. I didn’t expect to be belittled by our tour guide, given that it was my choice to do anything concerning Scientology—if I was going to do it at all. I wondered how she could see it any other way. But she didn’t back down from what she said. It made me feel stupid. And then she just moved on with the tour as if nothing had happened. I didn’t like it and I didn’t understand it. Worse, Jason seemed to not notice.

    After I left Scientology I came to know this type of communication very well, if you can call it that—it’s too one-sided for it to be called an actual communication cycle because it’s more like being talked at. Hubbard created a complicated emotional tone scale and used it to teach Scientologists how to “deal with people.” This specific way of talking was called “speaking with tone 40 intent.” This was all learned in a very low-level course, all under the guise of having better communication skills. We practiced speaking this way with each other. Two of the training routines taught us how to deal with a person who was doing something wrong by basically ordering them around. In this routine you spoke to the person in a commanding way and you didn’t offer them a chance to reply. This was how people in the church talked to me after I left. I regrettably admit to speaking to people that way myself when I believed it was called for. It was also how Jenna Elfman and Gay Ribisi treated me when I became known as a “Suppressive Person.” More on that later.

    Our tour of the Centre continued on. I’d run out of adjectives to describe how beautiful the building was. I hated sensing the need to over-emphasize exactly how much I liked everything, like I had to prove it. (This is something else I got used to doing while being a Scientologist.) I listened to the history of how the Centre used to be a hotel and all the renovations done to it, but I couldn’t help thinking that nothing seemed religious about Scientology. Most of what was presented to me was focused on the material side of life.

    I was shown L. Ron Hubbard’s office, set up perfectly for when he comes back in another lifetime. The famous members of the religion were mentioned over and over again. In the Rose Garden, cans of Coke were on sale for $2 each alongside overpriced snacks. It was all very ostentatious. Most of the focus was on ways things appeared. It confusing to me that a church was called the Celebrity Centre. I didn’t like having class systems mixed into my religion. It just didn’t seem right.

    A year or so later, at a party at the Centre, I discovered just how difficult it was for me to hide my critical feelings. Most people in the church will say it’s a person’s critical thoughts that get them in trouble with it. But when you leave, it’s those same critical judgments that end up freeing you. For me, being the emotional creature I was and still am, it was those thoughts I couldn’t let go of, even in the most intense days in my time as a Scientologist.

    This was a Hollywood premier-type party, with red velvet ropes and a guard who’d lift them if you were a recognizable Scientology celebrity, worthy of the status of being separated from the crowd. It got under my skin that this was being done in the name of religion, but I wasn’t strong enough yet to voice my opinion about it. When my own friend’s mother couldn’t get in and I had to pull the guard aside as to not embarrass her, I asked myself what the hell was I doing there.

    It’s hard to come to terms with the fact that I never related any of this to anyone around me, at least not until I left Scientology and it felt safe to do so. You’d never think that speaking your mind could get you in that much trouble, but if you knew what the average Scientologist’s perspective was on friendships you’d understand. It becomes a lonely world. It wasn’t hard to see how my story would end if and when I went that route. No one is really friends with each other in Scientology. I began to call my Scientologist friends “faux friends,” because who could be close to somebody when you know for a fact that they would betray your confidence in a heartbeat? In Scientology, your friend can become your worst enemy overnight.

    The backstabbing and creative deceitfulness I experienced in Scientology were what wounded me the most. Faux friends have no problems betraying you. A few years ago I looked up my former best friend on Facebook. I had been gone from Scientology for almost a decade and hadn’t spoken to anyone from the group, so I was very surprised to see pictures of me on her page, and even more surprised to see that she and her friends were gleefully making fun of me in the photos. They wrote captions comparing me to Anna Nicole Smith, saying I was going to end up dead just like her. They said I was “a missing person” and asked if “anyone [had] seen me” (but not in the helpful sense).

    It made me sick to see them making nothing out of another human being’s life. They took pride in knowing about my private struggles with addiction, which at that time in my life I’d never spoken about publicly and certainly never shared with them (I’d also successfully gone through rehab and had been in recovery for several years). When I discovered these Facebook postings, I had two small children at home who needed me very much and who I lived for. Seeing people that consider themselves the most ethical immortal beings on the planet take bets in public on how long I had to live was an ugly sight, to say the least. But to Scientologists, I am not human. I am a Suppressive Person, a one-dimensional, unthinking humanoid who has no rights. And in Scientology, the way they were treating me was the only way a Suppressive Person is to be treated.

    A Suppressive Person is the worst thing you can be in Scientology. This label is reserved for anyone who is opposed to, speaks out about, or leaves the religion. Scientologists believe that such a person, like an ex-Scientologist who speaks out about their former beliefs and/or who doesn’t disconnect from one who has, will make everyone around them sick. They’ll ruin everyone’s lives with whom they come into contact and must never be socialized with again. According to the written doctrine of Scientology, Suppressive Persons must be destroyed if the religion is to continue saving the world. This is why it’s difficult to look at these nice and sweet celebrities and ever imagine they could be full of such rage and hate. But they’ve actually been hardwired, slowly and over a long period of time, to fanatically believe in this.

    I remember when I tried telling one faux friend how the writings of L. Ron Hubbard felt too convoluted for me to absorb. About a sentence into my opinion, she cut me off. Before I knew it, she had totally whitewashed what I’d said. But it was like she thought she was doing me a favor by not letting me express myself. I found myself agreeing with her in the hope that I wouldn’t cause any more problems. Anything I said or even thought that was considered a deviation from the general Scientological (an actual word we used) teachings was seen by others as an error on my part—something that needed correction. Or it meant something was horribly wrong with me.

    Shortly after I left Scientology, I ran into one of my former faux-friends, Jenna Elfman, at Fred Segal in L.A. She walked up to me and said “Hi” and stared in my face for a second in a semi-confrontational way. I was shocked for a second but said hello, how are you, thinking it was going to be a normal conversation. But rather than telling me how she was, she went on a rant about all the courses she was working on and finishing in Scientology to let me know that nothing other than religion mattered. She didn’t ask me how I was. She didn’t wish me well or ask me about my life. She wasn’t interested. I was just supposed to listen to her while she lectured me in that tone-40 type of voice and told me I needed to get back on “the bridge.” Then she walked off without saying goodbye. It was a very cold encounter. (Honestly, even when I was a Scientologist, I thought the Elfmans—Jenna and her husband, Bodhi, who married me and Jason—were cheesy people. They sent out a monthly newsletter in the mail to everyone they knew called “The Elfman Empire” listing all their Hollywood projects and Scientology work they were doing. It was funny.) Anyway, Jenna thought she was being a good Scientologist by talking to me that way. Of course, they’re trained to act like that.

    When I first started Scientology, I figured I’d likely have to do something pretty bad in the religion’s eyes to earn the Suppressive Person label. Something horrible like killing someone or printing fake money, I don’t know, something truly criminal. I wouldn’t have ever dreamed that I would one day earn this distinction because I read a book (A Piece of Blue Sky, by former Scientologist Jon Atack, which forever changed my life) that opposed the church’s beliefs. Most people know the only view you’ll see of any Scientologist once they disconnect from you will be their backs. Before I was disconnected with him, I still got along with Jason as long as I agreed with his and the church’s demands. But when I revealed over the telephone to my talent manager, Gay Ribisi, that I’d read an anti-Scientology book, it started the chain of events that led to me being disconnected with everyone I had known.

    Suddenly, my entire life got stolen out from under me. My entire support structure shattered. Nothing that I knew was ever the same. I lost Gay, Jason, and every friend and source of love I knew besides my family in Georgia, 3,000 miles away. I was completely on my own and not one of them cared. What I didn’t expect to happen was that Gay would get my agent at United Talent Agency to drop me. Or at least that’s what she told me in her disconnection letter I received two days after our phone call. So I had no way of even getting work. I was supposed to start over.

    Gay’s disconnection letter consisted of one paragraph and ended with “Love always comma Gay.” But what it meant was: “Never speak to me again. You are now a big bad Suppressive Person.” I was being punished. I wish I would’ve kept the letter. I’d written many myself while I was Scientologist and was trained on how to compose one. They’re to be kept short and you’re to remain detached and emotionless. But the most important part is to be final, so the person on the other end knows they’ll never see you again. I burned it.

    Jason’s disconnection letter was delivered to my mailbox the same day as Gay’s. It was also a paragraph, and it also ended in the same meaningless way and insinuated the same serious things. I actually questioned who wrote his letter because it mimicked Gay’s in every way. It practically said the same thing. It was silly that he had to write me a polite letter to tell me never to speak to him again. In my mind a more honest dialogue would have gone like this: “Yeah, Carmen, I know I knew you better than anyone else, especially Gay. And I guess I loved you for almost ten years but you’ve done the unforgivable deed of reading a book that my ass-backwards religion doesn’t like so I’m going to have to turn you into a more demonic version of yourself where you can never be redeemed or believed. Your pain is a lie. Just suffer in silence.” This would have at least been a more open conversation to have had with Jason. I might have respected him for at least telling the truth.

    Anything Jason did after our marriage ended is truly none of my business. But his participation in what happened to me and my family after our divorce is unforgivable. I always joke that for people to understand what ex-Scientologists go through, they’d have to take a class on it. One thing they would learn about is something called “Fair Game”—a practice Scientology uses to target its enemies. This is what happened to me after I divorced Jason and was disconnected from Scientology.

    Scientology has a sophisticated intelligence agency known as the Office of Special Affairs, which is essentially a complex system dedicated to ruining the lives of those it sees as enemies in any way possible. Those who work for the OSA do not follow the law. I didn’t believe any of this was real until I left and started to research it in the attempt to figure out the strange things that were happening to me and my family—like how and why my former best friend suddenly knew about everything about my personal life, and why she felt compelled to involve herself in it.

    There was more. Vicious rumors were being spread about things I had said only while in session, which I was made to believe were private. Some rumors I knew could only come from certain people, like Jason. I got followed all the time. People in public would loudly discuss a conversation I had just had in private, word for word. Similar things occurred on social media.

    Scientologists have no boundaries and their cruelties exclude no one. From my experience, Fair Game’s main tool is mind games. They’re very good at it and they play with your emotions. I’ve found they skirt the law and use methods like electronic surveillance and cell phones to monitor a person’s every word and every move.

    You’d think I’d get a divorce from a Scientologist and realize that Scientology was bunk. But brainwashing doesn’t go away like that, and especially that fast. I wish it did. I was interested in knowing the truth about Scientology but couldn’t get past the idea that in doing so, I would be reading something so horribly wrong that I’d explode or something. So I decided to read A Piece Of Blue Sky. As I began it, I had a gut reaction: This, finally, was the truth.

    This set off a process that I like to call “The Unraveling.” My Unraveling still isn’t over. I don’t know if it ever will be and I love the fact that I’ve finally gotten to the point of accepting this. I write poetry, and a major theme I love is the sky. This is taken from two things. In Scientology they called praying “just talking to the sky.” I also got it from the book. In a sense, reading this book was my first layer of freedom, the time where I fought for my sky with my sun again, to belong to myself again. I’ll never forget the effect this book had on me, and continues to have on me. I will be forever thankful to Jon Atack.

    No one imagines themselves as so fragile to ever let something as sinister as a cult take control of their minds. I didn’t think anyone would ever tell me how to think and when to think it. We all believe we’re above such things and only stupid people could fall for that.

    But there are no choices in Scientology. There never were. It is all a ruse. In truth, after I left Scientology, I had to learn how to think for myself again, to speak for myself again. It’s very different from the language Scientology promotes in its advertisements: “think for yourself.”

    But in the end, for me, irony does bring justice. I now live and work in Atlanta with my family. I’ve been in a long-term relationship since 2003 and we’re blessed with twins who are about to turn 11 years old. It’s a whole other subject with what my children have gone through at the hands of Scientology and how they understand it to be. We all watched Going Clear together and they’ve told me how glad they are to not be Scientologists. And that makes me happy.

    I’m still acting. I’ve been surrounded by religion my entire life and I’ve recently thought about going back to school to learn more. It’s facinating for me to explore relationships people have with religion and the choices they make because of it, good and bad. It’s always been a dream of mine to travel and film a documentary on all different ways people incorporate their beliefs into their lives all over the world. And I one day hope to help and be of service to other survivors who have suffered through the experiences of predatory cults.

  19. LG said on June 25th, 2015 at 11:21 pm

    To be fair , I am going to take the time over the weekend to read Morris’s post carefully. In my neck of the woods I know people caught up in “cultist” type lifestlyes so I wish to reserve any comments for now. I’m not a “vulnerrable” personality type due to upbringing and genetics but I am used to my friends feeling low due to the hardships of life.

    ….As for Angelina and Brad, there are no excuses. Brad was thinking with his penis ,,,,and really not much else

  20. LG said on June 25th, 2015 at 11:36 pm

    Nicole Kidman’s children were not genetically hers. I think it was easier to relinquish them as Tom was a good parent in her eyes. If she had born them naturally or even by surrogate she would have fought harder for control over their futures.

    I think what the public have not cottoned onto is that Nicole Kidman is a “hard person” who is more caught up with fame than family. I know SOOOO many people who have met Nicole Kidam who come away astonished by her “coldness”, very real ,very not contrived by the media

  21. LG said on June 25th, 2015 at 11:47 pm

    It has ocurred to me on number of occasions that Nicole walked away with a massive settlement in exchange for control over Isabella and Conner……I think that fame for her marginally outruled the children….She could have fought harder but unlike katie Holmes who had genetically produced Suri, she emotionally caved in becasuse the call of fame was stronger…trust me when I say , in my neck of the woods Nicole is a bit so so with her genuineness. Not many peolpe like her.

  22. morris maltenburg said on June 29th, 2015 at 7:43 pm

    BWAHAhahahahahahahahahahahaha… This wanking fuck actually thinks being a rapper makes hima rockstar?
    The comments following the article are hilarious!!!!

    The Who’s Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey Throw Shade at Kanye West at Glastonbury: Details!
    Us Weekly
    12 hours ago

    Kanye who? Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey from The Who took issue with Kanye West’s declaration at Glastonbury that he was the “greatest living rock star on the planet” — and started a “rebellion” against the Yeezus hitmaker live on stage on Sunday, June 28.

    The night before, West had spoken to fans at the British festival, declaring himself to be pretty awesome. “I’m going to say this tonight because 20 years from now, 30 years from now, 40 years from now, I might not be able to say it, but I can say it tonight….You are now watching the greatest living rock star on the planet,” he yelled from the stage.

    But as many Glastonbury fans took to social media to question West’s claims, world-famous rockers Daltrey and Townshend decided their headline appearance on Sunday night was as good a place as any to set the record straight.

    “We’re going to send you home now with a rebellious, ‘Oh yeah, who’s the biggest rock star in the world?,’” the ’60s rockers announced to their fans, before Townshend performed a mindblowing guitar solo.

    Reactions on Twitter were mixed. Some thanked the aging rockers for setting the record straight..

    slipkidd 11 hours ago

    Kanye is a has been already. Nobody can even name a song he did.

    Anton 10 hours ago

    kanye has Obviously been drinking WAY TOO MUCH of his own Kool-Aid !!

    I’ve got 3 words for you kanye !

    .Rock Star:
    A famous and successful singer or performer of rock music.

    A person who plays a musical instrument, especially as a profession, or is musically talented.

    an obsessive preoccupation with one’s self and applies to someone who follows their own ungoverned impulses and is possessed by delusions of personal greatness and feels a lack of appreciation. Someone suffering from this extreme egocentric focus is an egomaniac.

    LOUIS 10 hours ago

    Well he’s certainly got the biggest ego in music history . Kanye ’s got nothing at all to do with rock . He’s not a Rocker West is a Rapper . He doesn’t play an instrument , he doesn’t sing , and he hasn’t written any songs , and what he has “written ” is little more than high school, bad grammar poetry, put to the stage .Nor is he original . Bob Dylan was Rapping back in the 60’s with his Subterranean Homesick Blues ,Positively 4th Street , The Thin Man and others . Mohamed Ali was a better Rapper than West .

    Jeffrey H 11 hours ago

    Kanye, WHO? I thought he was just another Kardashian, at the rate they handle their men, he will either be in rehab, go missing for months at a time, or become Karen West…

    mark 10 hours ago

    hahaha i have to laugh at these rappers who say what they do is rock and roll . i blame the rock and roll hall of fame putting these meatheads in with the likes of really great black performers that actually sang and played an instrument. B.B. KING , JIMI HENDRIX, SLY STONE WHEN HE WASN’T SO MESSED UP ON DRUGS. I`M NOT EVEN GOING INTO THE WHITE BANDS I`LL JUST MENTION ONE GUY PAUL MCcARTNEY. ANY GARAGE BAND FROM THE 70S COULD DO MORE THAN THIS IDIOT

    PAT 9 hours ago

    you forgot The Band

    Ray 9 hours ago

    meathead says it all. When you have to proclaim that you are the boss, then you aren’t nothing.

    boltz24 9 hours ago

    Jimi Hendrix would #$%$ slap him all the way to space and beyond. Buddy Miles would then sit on him and take a dump.

    KeithH 8 hours ago

    @ Mark everyone and every band you mention plays some type of instrument Also can sing. Rappers are people who are tone deaf can’t sing nor carry a tune

    john 5 hours ago

    as Billy Joel said, “it ain’t what I call rock and roll!

    Steven Wayne 5 minutes ago

    I’m confused. Are you saying any garage band could do what McCartney does, or were you referring to Kayne at that point. I sure hope you were talking about KW. He’s a joke.

    Dana 10 hours ago

    The biggest difference between Kanye and the Who? Besides the obvious, one IS a rock band, the other one THINKS he is a rock band. Anyway, Kanye will tell people how great he is all of the time. I guess if he keeps telling us that, maybe someone will actually believe it. The Who don’t have to tell you anything, because if you have been around music at all, you already know. Kanye shouldn’t even have the honor of playing on the same stage as the Who. They aren’t my favorite band, but they are indisputably great musicians. Have been for 50 years. That IS great.

    Pachacutec 9 hours ago

    Biggest difference between Kanye and the Who? I’d say it’s talent, which they have and he completely lacks.

    K_Hart 9 hours ago

    Take a few listens to the album Who’s Next. Absolutely epic and arguably the best rock album of all time.

    Bo 9 hours ago

    Yeah K. Definitely top 10 all time at the very least. Superb album!!!

    AJ 8 hours ago

    I like and absolutely respect the ability of the Who, but being primarily a Keyboard Player there are other bands I like even better.. Floyd, Yes, ELP. That said, c’mon Kanye .. Ever heard of a guy named John Entwistle ? You think you deserve to be mentioned in the same sentence as him, or Moon or Daltrey or Townshend, and in the “Rock” genre no less ? This has to be some sort of scripted entertainment attempt by Kanye.. sort of like WWE, only not as creative …

    Ann 7 hours ago

    I’m surprised Glastonbury even invited him.

    ShyGirl 5 hours ago

    Did he say he is the greatest, living, rock artist on the planet? Kanye, what planet do you live on? You may be one on whatever planet it is, but you certainly aren’t one on this one. Your music, if you can call it that, isn’t rock. I bet you wouldn’t know true rock if it hit you on your fat, egotistical, balloon of a head. I have a suggestion, learn to sing, play an instrument, and write music, then maybe one day you’ll be great till then keep dishing that noise you call music and see how far you get. This is one title you don’t and most probably will never deserve so leave it to the greats like Ozzy Osbourne, Ronnie James Dio Black Sabbath and Queen to name a few.

    Carl and Martha 7 hours ago

    Kanye Who??? What an #$%$ This guy West keeps on talking garbage and the sad thing is that He believes it!!!! The Who are in every right one of the greatest rock stars in the Universe. Kanye wasn’t even born when The Who rocked Woodstock and were clearly on their way to become rock stars!!! Kanye crawl back in the hole from which you came from!! And take some advice (not from your wife. She’s also dilusiional) from the world and GROW UP!!!

    Guitar Man 11 hours ago

    The only way Kayne West will be remembered 20 years from now is if he meets the same fate as the rest of the gangbanger rappers and is killed in a drive by shooting. Not only is West not the greatest rock star on the planet, he is the least talented of any performer I have ever seen. He can”t sing, he doesn’t know music, he’s not an ‘artist’ by normal standards, and he couldn’t win a local talent contest in Des Moines. By contrast, The Who have lasted 50 years and their music is still relevant to anybody not sitting on a stoop with a 40 oz. beer and collecting welfare.

    The problem with this internet-infested music business is that none of the customers have any standards any more. They have no requirements of the musicians. Can’t sing? No problem. Can’t play an instrument? That’s OK. Can’t make your lyrics understood or apply good orchestration to a song? Who cares. It’s all about the event and being there, taking your own picture, and waving your arms in the air in some catatonic sing-a-long just so you can say you were there. Young people today are more lost than ever and it shows up in the level of music that they consider ‘great’. It’s all smoke and mirrors and kids today are more easily led than at any other time in our history. They’ll buy anything that someone else tells them is ‘cool’. What a great future we have in store with these lame-brained droids getting ready to run the planet.
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    Chris 11 hours ago

    Matthew 11 hours ago

    I think Kanye gave you the thumbs down.

    salmonella 11 hours ago

    Hope it’s soon!

    Marmalade 11 hours ago

    LOL Or he could follow the ‘Jenner’ example and become a woman?

    Charles V 11 hours ago

    mikemay1969 11 hours ago

    The Who don’t use auto-tune either. Long live rock.

    Johnlou 11 hours ago

    Kanye’s music sucks!

    Dennis 11 hours ago

    he will end up on welfare

    RICHARD FRISCHKORN 10 hours ago

    “getting ready to run the planet” I think you mean RUIN the planet.Anyone who thinks West is a bona fide rock star is seriously delusional.

    Michael 10 hours ago

    But man, Kayne must have some great drugs if they alter his mind enough to make him think he is a star at all. He is one of the Kartrashians and will be thrown out with the rest of the trash once America tires of their utter moronic behavior.

    Jdenton 10 hours ago

    It was West……………..who declared himself the ‘greatest’. That answers the question of delusion.

    Summer Cicada 10 hours ago

    Guitar Man is spot on and, if I may say, makes one of the most salient statements I’ve read about the music industry and today’s youth… Smartly written and very true. Unfortunately, the youth are footing the bill for the Kanye’s and can’t, yet, see how empty, vapid and sheep-like his, and most, music is today. Very sad. Can’t remember who made the quote, but referencing today’s youth combined with technology; “…knowledge of today’s kids is a mile wide and an inch deep…”

    shoeski 10 hours ago

    Once he became a Kardashian he will be nothing more than a punch line.

    anthony 10 hours ago

    Although i don’t care for that kind of sound (I won’t call it music) I have to hand it to him. he’s making a ton of money off of it all. WORLD’S HIGHEST PAID AS.

    steven 10 hours ago

    Guitar Man, I hate to disagree with you, but Kanye *is* an ‘artist’… con.

    The Who, Stones, Moodies, and soo many other bands are worthy of me sitting on my carport, slurping a cold beer, and grilling something on the charcoal.

    Daniel 10 hours ago

    100…and 10% correct, guit man. from a long time bass player.

    Guitar Man 10 hours ago

    Thanks for the comments….I hate to be labeled as one of those ‘old geezers’ that are living in the past and I still appreciate talent and good music when I hear it, but it’s really rare these days. There is more hype and shock value in song titles and band names than anything else in music today. Bach and Beethoven are still viable today but they are not relevant in any sense to kids who live every minute with their car stereos blasting or their ears plugged by their iPods. It’s just not cool enough.

    I know that, throughout our history, kids have always tried to do the one thing that might separate them from their parents’ generations. From duck tail haircuts and bell bottoms to tattoos and Mohawks, they’ve been searching for an identity for themselves and that’s fine. But, it appears that they’ve run out of ideas when every kid in America only wants to be a gangster and thinks that performers like Kayne West and other rappers will give them that special identity. And, the worst of it is that they pass it off as ‘music’. I understand that music can be subjective and be totally defined by the listener but, for me, it has to have a few key elements….melody, structure, and orchestration. If you put Kayne West in a room with a piano, a guitar, a mic, and a notepad, he couldn’t compose anything close to a musical offering. The Who, on the other hand, might come up with a rock opera in an afternoon.

    Until kids realize that waving their cell phones and arms while watching some conjured ‘artist’ sing to auto tune and swing on a trapeze isn’t really music, we are doomed to more of the same from our techno children. They live and act and react differently than any other generation and it has turned their musical legacy into a laughable circumstance.

    who cares 10 hours ago

    @Guitar man, you must be an educator, as I find your comment correct
    in every way. I am a product of the fifties, and sixties, and was around for the
    doo #$%$ of the sixties, and the British invasion, and the rockers right here
    in America, but sadly, all I have now is just the memories of time gone by, as
    for me, there is nothing on the radio worth listening to. I used to listen to
    country back in the day, but as we know, it’s not what I consider country, but
    is only a place where the rappers, and other bands go to use that platform
    to try to be relevant again to no avail. I guess every generation has it’s music
    hero’s, but in this generation, I see nothing promising, just like the NFL, it
    seems the players, are playing in between court dates, and domestic violence
    charges. I do feel sorry for the future generations of good people on this
    planet, that will be run by crooks, and thieves, like are what’s in the music
    industry today. LONG LIVE ROCK.

    Guitar Man 10 hours ago
    @who cares…..Thanks, man. I’m no educator. In fact, I can’t even read music and have been self-taught over my 52 years of playing, singing, and writing. But, unlike kids today, I came up in a time when you had to invest in your passions instead of googling them. I agree with you about country music today. I never listened to it at all growing up in Detroit…Motown was king then the Beatles took over for me. But, I did start getting into country with Vince Gill for a while. The whole crossover thing has made country music turn into a pop machine with all of the songs, chords, and lyrics sounding pretty much the same lately. For me, lyrics, vocal quality, and harmonies have always floated my boat and those elements are sorely lacking in today’s music. Thanks for the comments.

    K 9 hours ago

    What makes him a gangbanger.. Is he a gangbanger because he is a hip hop artist and black.. Can anyone under the age of 30 tell me a Who so that their parents didn’t listen too.. You may hate his music but his claim is legit..Can anyone name me a artist that gets as much recognition as Kanye good or bad.. How many artist can make other artist relevant by bad mouthing him… Tell me what new music have the WHO done in the last 20 years that has had such an impact has Kanye has.. You may not like him but you can not deny his talent to make music.

    Kim 9 hours ago

    even if it’s a drive by shooting killing, nobody will remember him anyways. They will only celebrate that day that Yeezuz, the narcissistic witch is dead.

    Guitar Man 9 hours ago

    What makes him a ‘gangbanger’ in my eyes is that he offers a message that is detrimental to kids when he talks about his success. It’s all about the money, the notoriety, the fame, the posse, the bling. What about love? What about humanity or nature or kindness? He is a soul-less being empowered by other non-caring, clueless kids who pay for his lifestyle. I admit his talent for making money….but that’s his only talent. And, if he was white, he would be sweeping the floors of a McDonalds with his ‘talent’. Sad.

    Joe 9 hours ago

    K— Getting “recognition” by being a rude idiot is NOT “relevant.” Nor is anything put out by this piece of egotistical trash called KAHHNN-YAY!!

    who cares 9 hours ago

    sorry @K, but the word talent, and Kane west do not go together.
    put him on stage, no possee, no band, no auto tune, just him, by
    himself, with a guitar, piano, bass, horns, or whatever, now tell
    him to play something, and sing, anything, it won’t happen, that’s
    where that word talent comes into play, the lack of.

    Cat Crosta 9 hours ago

    Conyay-that’s the proper spelling.

    Craig 9 hours ago

    K…did you hear him “trying” to sing “Bohemian Rhapsody”? I’ve heard better renditions at drunken karaoke. The fact that people pay him is mind boggling to me.

    Shana 9 hours ago

    K? Is that you Kim? Must be Kim Kardashian trying to make here ol man relevant.

    LEROY 9 hours ago

    K —– does that stand for Kim

    Colin 8 hours ago

    The man is only as “famous” as people like K think because of his actions outside of music. Musically he only became famous because he sang/talked over other people’s previous works and called it original. The man is a master of modern media, I’ll give you that. He goes out and claims himself the best of any/everything just so that people will go listen to his music to see if he’s right. Which he definitely is not.

    The argument that The Who doesn’t have any new hits is irrelevant, they have songs that people want to listen to decades after their release. Kanye is lucky to have his songs on the radio a year after they come out.

    FloridaFan62 7 hours ago

    @ who cares, there are some really fantastic bands out there right now, you’ve just got to seek them out. My favorite “current” band is Walk Off The Earth. They’re a Canadian group who write their own songs (and, like the Beatles, also perform awesome covers), all five primary band members are vocalists and multi-instrumentalists. IMO, this band is the “real deal”. You might want to check them out – they’re all over Youtube and they’ve just released their 2nd album on Columbia Records.

    I’m a child of the ’60s, so I’m fortunate enough to have grown up experiencing some of the greatest music the world has ever known and I think Walk Off The Earth captures a lot of the spirit of the past.

    Anthony 7 hours ago

    Hey Guitar Man!

    As an ‘aging rocker’, I have to agree with you on your take on Kanye – one hundred percent.

    But as a person who is still out there catching (and booking!) live music when I can, I’ve got to say that there is still hope for the ‘young people today’. Being close to Brooklyn I can tell you that there are some amazingly talented singers and songwriters on the scene there with large, young followings. And bands (or duos) like Mumford and Sons, Monster Truck, First Aid Kit, Tame Impala, Imagine Dragons and Rival Sons are still working ‘the kids’ up the way we used to get stoked about The Who.

    I hear young people talk about “good” music every single day. Don’t worry. We’ll be OK. No matter WHAT this buffoon Kanye Jest wants to try to make people believe!

    Paul 7 hours ago

    Let’s hope that he winds up like Biggie Small and those other talentless thug P.O.S..

    Politicus 7 hours ago

    Guitar Man, I know your real name.
    It’s Martin Gibson Les Paul Rickenbacker.
    But you go by Strat

    henryhollyoaklightcap 7 hours ago

    To Kanye, Whooooooo Are You?

    K 6 hours ago

    So all those thumbs down are just hate thumbs down.. And, no K does not stand for Kim; i’m no hobbit. Known of you responded to my remarks which means you can not deny them for being truths. Maybe not truths you want to admit to but truth never less.. But what should I expect from Yahoo commentators.. No i did not hear his rendition but i do know that song was dead until Wayne’s world made it a hit again…So that is an example of pop culture making something relevant again.. The WHO will even for a short time be relevant because of the spat with Mr. West. And again besides his skin tone what makes him a thug…? Kanye recognition came way before he was being foolish for jumping on stage.. But even that made Taylor lots more famous and lot more money.. She should thank him.. He was producing for years before he became and vocal artist..All im reading his hate with nothing to back it up.. Lot of jealous out their…

    COinCalifornia 6 hours ago

    Guitar Man, what have you accomplished? You seem so adept at criticizing, I am wondering how many grammys you have? Where can I hear your music? It is easy to throw shade when as an artist you have never seen the sun. Good luck with your 52 years of playing and no measurable success. It is never too late!! With todays technology you could have a hit with one of your songs. Don’t hate participate!!

    Mark 4 hours ago

    @K: Here’s a response to your remarks: You say KW is an artist, the rest of us know he’s not (darn good marketer though). New music or not, after 50 years people still want to see the Who perform. I seriously doubt you or KW will be able to make such a claim.
    @Idub: KW may “have” 130 million dollars, but he’s “worth” nothing.

    Don 3 hours ago

    I couldn’t name one Kayne West song, but music preference is a matter of personal, individual taste. People who try to argue that what they like is “good” and what they don’t like is “bad” can’t seem to grasp this concept.

    DavidC 3 hours ago

    @K Never heard of him until some “unknown” artist played (and I think he actually wrote it) on a song of his. As for The Who, they are relevant not because of the no talent big mouth, but because of their talent. The ones that proclaim the most have the least! I’ve tried listening to his stuff, nothing makes sense. Other than a loud 4/4 timed back beat which is I guess supposed to a bass drum, is the closest thing to being music that I could hear. Guitar Man you are right, put him in a room with real instruments and no electronics and see what you get. Nothing!

    R/R B 32 minutes ago

    Yea, it’s just anyone who wants to stand on the big stage gets followers. they could take a dump on a CD and sell millions of them….. oh…. hehehe, my bad… that’s what they are doing…

    R/R B 29 minutes ago

    West has no clue what Rock is… he can’t even play. your music is not Rock and never will be. you can’t change the definition of the term to mean your music either. get off your high horse #$%$. you have just been lucky and have no skill. I’ve never seen anyone with no talent (oh except the JennerDashians) have #$%$ just handed to them for nothing. why not move over and let real talent take over. I can rock out better than you!

  23. morris maltenburg said on June 29th, 2015 at 7:49 pm

    Whether its TOWN PUMP ME OFF, PITIFUL Buttfucker hole, or ANUS BUTTFUCKER-STON, the Kartrasheapians, or Pari Pari no Panties, its all the same.

  24. LG said on July 2nd, 2015 at 12:26 am

    Ian, your highness, I enjoyed reading the biography you wrote of Micheal Jackson even though I did not agree with your final assessment. In that case I do believe Micheal had inappropriate relationships with certain “chosen” boys, including Jorden Chandler.

    I am in the process of ordering the “Houston Book” and look forward to the interestingly pleasant manner in which you present your findings on contentious issues

  25. Guest1 said on July 5th, 2015 at 12:34 am

    I just came from and the top article is about Bobbi Kristina and Ian’s book.

  26. aliza said on July 7th, 2015 at 6:55 am

    WOW The PIG loves Jenny poo

  27. aliza said on July 7th, 2015 at 3:29 pm

    LOL.. even the shows that let him spew know what a J O K E he is.. Priceless.. PRICELESS..

  28. Guest2 said on July 8th, 2015 at 5:52 am

    Which PIG are you talking about, Brad Jolie Pitt? Because he was still talking about her in interviews many years later. Can’t blame him, though, look at what he ended up with, a camp event from crazyland. Poor pitty, no wonder he looks like a senior citizen. But nice of you to dig up those old Ian interviews from 5 years ago, really enjoyed the pics.

  29. WR said on July 8th, 2015 at 6:29 pm

    Radar Online reports that Bobbi Kristina Brown’s drug dealer, Steve Stepho, 23, was found dead of a “suspected” drug overdose.

    BKB has been the subject of many a news story, lately.

    The National Enquirer has a lead story about Cher. Apparently, she is dying. But then there’s another headline story involving Brangelina. Allegedly, he still bears a torch for a past “romance”. Someone we haven’t heard about.
    That tears it up. Will simply browse through this issue at the grocery line; mainly to read about Cher.

  30. morris maltenburg said on July 8th, 2015 at 8:05 pm

    As the Jello Jiggy Cosby crap heats up, just as the Whoopi Cushion is defending the defenseless, and remembering Lisa’s Gang Rape, Bone Thugging, and Murder, as well as all of the rest of the victims. Here are some crime stats.

    Black males aged 15-34 are only 3% of the total US population. According to 2012 FBI crime statistics, this 3% is responsible for:

    - 54.9% of all robberies;

    - 49.4% of all murders;

    - 34.1% of all aggravated assaults;

    - 32.5% of all forcible rapes.

    So, 3 % of the population of the US is responsible for almost half of all
    crime in the US.

  31. morris maltenburg said on July 8th, 2015 at 8:12 pm

    as posted by another…

    Thunder_Shorts Barry Soetero • 5 hours ago

    Only whitey can be racist. Even when whitey isn’t a racist he’s still a racist because of his “white skin privilege”.

    “The white race is the devil” – Louis Farrakhan

    “We will not let whitey cool this one with his pious love ethic but will seek to enhance our hostility, bringing it to its full manifestation.” From “A Black Theology of Liberation” by James H. Cone (1970)

    Black expressions of racism against white people are politically correct in the leftist’s, cultural Marxism mindset. Being born white is the original “original sin” in black liberation theology, black panthers, Nation of Islam, and the DNC. Except when whitey adopts the correct Marxist worldview, then he is forgiven.

    Crab Cake King The Old man • 4 hours ago

    Half of us white guys wives vote in tandem with rapiists, drug dealers, black panthers, abortionists and pornographers.Even worse they are totally canceling out our law and order votes.

    Whoopi Goldberg Goes Bonkers on Bill Cosby Critics: ‘I’m Sick of This Bull’ (Video)
    TV | By Jordan Chariton on July 8, 2015 @ 8:54 am Follow @jordanchariton

    Bill Cosby Fires Back at Heckler Who Shouts ‘Tell the One About How to Get Away With Rape’
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    ‘The View’s’ Whoopi Goldberg Questions Beverly Johnson Over Bill Cosby Allegedly Attacking Her (Video)
    Bill Cosby Accusers
    37 Bill Cosby Accusers: Complete Breakdown of the Allegations

    “Not any of you threatening me or telling me you’re coming after me because you don’t like what I said is going to change the fact that no one has convicted him,” ‘The View’ co-host says

    Whoopi Goldberg went off on “The View” Wednesday over backlash she has received for her comments on the rape scandal surrounding Bill Cosby.

    “Here’s the deal: This is ‘The View’ and that was my opinion,” Goldberg said. “Not any of you threatening me or telling me you’re coming after me because you don’t like what I said is going to change the fact that no one has convicted him, he has not been arrested, and the bottomline is that’s the law–innocent, until proven guilty.”

    Goldberg compared Cosby’s case to the boys of the Duke lacrosse team, who were falsely accused of rape. Her voice gradually grew louder as she continued to respond to people attacking her for defending the comedian.

    “We all have a very important role to play when it comes to abuse and rape,” Goldberg continued. “If it’s true the person has to be taken to nth degree of the world and punished; no one here thinks rape is good, no one here thinks rapists are fun… so don’t come after me like that because I’m sick of this bull.”

    She concluded the American court system agrees with her because Cosby hasn’t been taken to jail or even tried: “So back off me!”

    Also Read: Roseanne Barr Fuels Bill Cosby Scandal With Gruesome Twitter Photo

    In classic Whoopi fashion, she raised her “half a double D” breasts to signal she’s gotten the Cosby frustration off her chest.

  32. morris maltenburg said on July 8th, 2015 at 8:49 pm

    For all of our Londoner sisters and brothers… I thought this was very interesting. It puts things into perspective, most especially due to illegal immigration in the U.S. and the indisputable fact that in excess of 364,000+(plus) criminal aliens from all over the world coming across our southern border. This is important due to the estimates claiming that the top 250 U.S. cities will have population explosions that will increase population size by 2X-2.5X over the ensuing 10 years.

    Flood of Londoners take to boats to escape rising housing costs
    AFP By Naomi O’Leary
    17 hours ago

    Canal boats, seen here on the Regents Canal in London, have become increasingly popular as housing costs have risen sharply in the UK capital

    London (AFP) – Rocketing housing costs in Britain’s capital have fuelled a surge in Londoners seeking cheaper accommodation on boats, with increased numbers putting pressure on the city’s historic network of rivers and canals.

    The picturesque lifestyle of sleeping in a colourfully painted narrow boat or barge can seem tempting, especially when buying one can cost a fraction of the price of bricks and mortar.

    “It’s become more common for people to do it who don’t know what they are getting into, or even because they have no choice,” said education worker Jim Bryden, 39, who has lived aboard the “Violet Mae” with his girlfriend, a dog and a cat for two years.

    “I’ve met people who have ended up on a boat because they had two weeks’ notice to leave their flat and were able to buy a boat for £10,000 (14,000 euros, $16,000).”

    Everyone has a story of spotting newcomers struggling with engine failure, steering ineptly along a crowded canal or developing regrets once facing a damp, cold winter on boats often heated by stove and just 2.1 metres wide.

    Maintenance costs can mount quickly and boaters dryly refer to their vessels as “black holes” for cash, constantly in need of repair.

    Life on the water can prove tempting, especially when buying a boat can cost a fraction of the price …

    “If you are ignorant about buying a boat it can be easy to buy a boat that will become a nightmare,” said Mikaela Khan-Parrack, 26, who has lived on the water for four years and works as a mooring ranger for the Canal and River Trust (CRT).

    Yet even more expensive boats, which can cost over £100,000, are still a fraction of the average London house price of £500,000, up 11 percent in a year.

    As London private rents have increased to cost almost half the average salary, some renters have turned to cheap but illegally let rooms on boats described as mouldering “floating shacks” in an article by a former resident in the Guardian.

    Yet for many, waking up with ducks swimming by the window, and the freedom and sociability of the pretty tree-lined waterways compensate for downsides like emptying toilet tanks, trudging the towpath to do laundry or fetch gas cylinders, and vulnerability to thieves.

    - Tension on the water -

    Even more expensive boats, which can cost over £100,000, are still a fraction of the average London …

    In a testament to the increasing popularity of the lifestyle, one boat entered the London waterways for every working day in the past year, with popular areas seeing an 85 percent spike in numbers, according to the CRT.

    The charity manages 3,200 kilometres of a network that spans Britain, much of it built to carry freight in the industrial revolution.

    The increased numbers have caused congestion, with fierce competition for mooring spaces, queues at locks and friction with nearby residents who suddenly find themselves with a large and shifting cast of new neighbours in boats moored two or three abreast.

    In one central London stretch of the Regent’s Canal, a team of boat-dwelling volunteers maintain special rules to appease nearby residents, who launched a series of complaints to authorities over boat noise and smoke disturbing their expensive terraced homes, which line the canal.

    Yet an attempt by the CRT to address congestion has caused an outcry in the boating community.

    The increased numbers have caused congestion, with fierce competition for mooring spaces, queues at …

    Many boats have “continuous cruising” licences, which require them to move along every 14 days, rather than stay in a permanent rented mooring spot — which are in short supply and can cost the same to rent in London as an apartment.

    This spring the CRT began an enforcement drive on continuous cruisers, warning it would refuse to renew licences or remove boats that it deemed did not move often or far enough along the waterways.

    Almost 20,000 people signed a petition against the drive, calling on boaters to mobilise to “prevent the eviction of boat dwellers” and accusing the CRT of pushing families into homelessness.

    “Like it or not, socio-political realities have made the waterways an affordable housing resource for many families,” the petition reads, accusing the CRT of a “marked hostility towards the water-based community” and targeting people with nowhere else to go.

    CRT spokesman Joe Coggins argues that boaters must either follow the regulations, get a permanent mooring, or accept that the life might not be for them.

    “More people are moving onto boats, popularity is going through the roof,” Coggins said. “Rather than looking at it as a cheap housing option we want people to see it as a lifestyle.”

    This is most especially damning pursuant to the ilk of Town Pump, Pitiful Buttfuckerhead, and Anus Buttfucker-ston…. whom is now complaining along with others, about middle eastern sheiks coming into their enclave to build palaces for them selves. It is also noteworthy because of yesterday’s article about billionaires beach receiving a court order, ordering the opening a public path to the beach, state property, and telling these hollywood cocksuckers to go eat shit.

  33. morris maltenburg said on July 8th, 2015 at 9:27 pm

    Why More Women Are Turning to Heroin
    The Atlantic By Adrienne LaFrance
    July 7, 2015 5:30 PM

    Throughout the history of modern medicine, substance-abuse researchers have focused their investigations almost exclusively on men. It wasn’t until the 1990s that scientists, prompted by federal funding aimed at enrolling more women in studies, began widely exploring how drug dependence and abuse affects women.

    And it turns out that gender differences can be profound.

    Women tend to become dependent on drugs more quickly than men, according to the most recent data from the Substance Abuse Mental-Health Services Administration. This is especially the case among those who abuse alcohol, marijuana, and opioids like heroin. Women also find it harder to quit and can be more susceptible than men to relapse, according to Harvard Medical School.

    Heroin use has increased dramatically in the United States in the past decade. A new report from the Centers for Disease Control finds heroin use has increased across all income levels and in most age groups.

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    About 9 percent of those surveyed said heroin would be “fairly or very easily available,” according to the most recent Health and Human Services data. Three in 1,000 Americans report having used heroin in 2013, the most recent year for which data is available. That’s up from two in 1,000 people who reported using heroin a decade ago, according to the Associated Press, and represents 300,000 more heroin users in a span of 10 years. Heroin use among women doubled in that time.

    “We have seen increases in groups such as women, non-Hispanic whites, higher incomes, and the privately insured,” said Eric Pahon, a spokesman for the Food and Drug Administration. “These new demographic groups closely resemble the populations with high rates of prescription opioid abuse in the past 15 years.”

    In many cases, people are thought to be turning to heroin as a cheaper alternative to prescription pain pills. Nearly half of people who reported using heroin were also addicted to opioid painkillers, the CDC reported.

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    “We also know that the supply of heroin in the United States has increased substantially in the last few years and law enforcement reports indicate that heroin is showing up in communities where it has not typically been found,” Pahon told me. “These demographic shifts highlight the importance of reaching physicians with messages about appropriate prescribing of opioids, identifying people with problematic use as early as possible.”

    Women face other risks associated with heroin. They’re far more likely than men to be introduced to heroin injection by a sexual partner, and women report feeling more influenced by social pressure as a result, according to a 2010 study by the National Institutes of Health. “Research to understand gender differences in heroin abuse is certainly important because it could identify different patterns of use as well as different responses to treatment modalities or how treatment is provided,” said Christopher M. Jones, a senior health strategist at the FDA in an email. “I think there is a need for more research on gender differences for substance abuse generally.”

    One key difference between men and women heroin users: Women often take heroin in smaller doses than men do, which may explain why men are more likely to die from overdoses. The number of overdose deaths involving heroin was nearly four times higher for men than it was for women in 2013, according to the CDC.

    But with increased use among women, that may change. Since 2002, heroin deaths in the United States have quadrupled.

    This article was originally published at

  34. morris maltenburg said on July 8th, 2015 at 9:33 pm

    Lets not forget about Arianna Fuckhole Fuckbag and her Nasty azz mouth

    Ariana Grande Out as MLB Concert Headliner After Doughnut-Licking Scandal
    Billy Johnson Jr.
    Billy Johnson Jr.Senior Editor
    July 8, 2015

    Demi Lovato has been tapped as the new headliner for Saturday’s Major League Baseball All-Star Concert following Ariana Grande’s withdrawal. The official reason given for Grande dropping out is she’s recovering from a wisdom teeth extraction. But Grande’s sweet tooth, which led to some bizarre behavior over the weekend, may actually be to blame.

    In shocking new surveillance video footage obtained by TMZ, Grande was captured sniffing and licking a doughnut on the counter of a doughnut shop in Lake Elsinore, Calif. this past Saturday. In the video, Grande completes the stunt after asking her rumored boyfriend, backup dancer Ricky Alvarez, “Dare me?”

    When a restaurant employee later presents a new tray of doughnuts to Grande, the singer-actress says, “What the f— is that? I hate Americans. I hate America.” Not exactly the most appropriate statement coming from someone about to perform for an MLB event showcasing America’s favorite pastime.

    Grande released a statement late Wednesday morning attempting to explain her seemingly anti-American statement and her withdrawal from the MLB event, although she did not specifically address the doughnut-licking. Instead, she focused on the topic of childhood obesity and her apparent hatred for fried pastry.

    “I am EXTREMELY proud to be an American and I’ve always made it clear that I love my country. What I said in a private moment with my friend, who was buying the donuts, was taken out of context and I am sorry for not using more discretion with my choice of words. As an advocate for healthy eating, food is very important to me and I sometimes get upset by how freely we as Americans eat and consume things without giving any thought to the consequences that it has on our health and society as a whole. The fact that the United States has the highest child obesity rate in the world frustrates me. We need to do more to educate ourselves and our children about the dangers of overeating and the poison that we put into our bodies. We need to demand more from our food industry. However I should have known better in how I expressed myself; and with my new responsibility to others as a public figure I will strive to be better. As for why I cannot be at the MLB show, I have had emergency oral surgery and due to recovery I cannot attend the show. I hope to make it up to all those fans soon. That being said let me once again apologize if I have offended anyone with my poor choice of words.”

    Ariana Grande Out as MLB Concert Headliner After Doughnut-Licking Scandal

    Tony Petitti, COO, Major Baseball League, made no mention of the incident in a separate statement released Wednesday, and simply wished Grande well. “We’re disappointed that Ariana Grande can not partake in the All-Star festivities, but wish her a speedy recovery,” he said.

    Lovato, for her part, is excited to be added to the bill. “I hope my fans in Cincinnati are ready to get ‘Cool for the Summer’!” she said in her own statement, making reference to the title of her new single.

    The Budweiser All-Star Concert takes place Saturday, July 11, at Paul Brown Stadium, and will also feature a performance by Rixton.

  35. morris maltenburg said on July 8th, 2015 at 9:50 pm

    The Lois Lerner low life cocksucker headed CUNT gets prison hopefully! You should see the nasty ass photo of this low life pig!

    The IRS scandal just got even worse

    By Post Editorial Board

    July 7, 2015 | 8:07pm

    The IRS scandal just got even worse
    Former IRS official Lois Lerner Photo: AP

    So the Obama IRS wasn’t just persecuting right-leaning nonprofits — it was out to prosecute them, too. And with the help of the Obama Department of Justice and FBI.

    Via Freedom of Information Act lawsuits, the watchdog group Judicial Watch just got evidence of the plot. A “DOJ Recap” on an Oct. 8, 2010, meeting tells how officials from the three agencies discussed “several possible theories to bring criminal charges under FEC law” against groups “posing” as tax-exempt nonprofits.

    As part of the project, the IRS handed the FBI 21 computer disks with 1.23 million pages of confidential IRS returns from 113,000 nonprofit 501(c)(4) groups — nearly every 501(c)(4). This, though federal law generally bans the IRS from sharing such data.

    The evidence shows “that the Obama IRS scandal is also an Obama DOJ and FBI scandal,” noted Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “The FBI and Justice Department worked with Lois Lerner and the IRS to concoct some reason to put President Obama’s opponents in jail before his re-election. And this abuse resulted in the FBI’s illegally obtaining confidential taxpayer information.”

    The IRS scandal surfaced years ago — and for all the administration talk of a full investigation, this huge news is only surfacing now, and only thanks to Judicial Watch.

    The news of FBI and Justice involvement in the IRS scandal makes the need for some special prosecutor to probe this mess even more obvious.

    After all, as Judicial Watch’s Fitton asks: “How can the Justice Department and the FBI investigate the very scandal in which they are implicated?”

  36. morris maltenburg said on July 8th, 2015 at 10:02 pm

    You are so damn funny…. Bwahahahahahahaha…. I loved the posting Horatio Rufus Huckster loving The Cock….. Just like the Faggot Azz he really is….
    To fucking rich….

  37. morris maltenburg said on July 8th, 2015 at 10:11 pm

    Yup…this low life piece of shit Canadian believes that the Constitution should be shredded so he can have his Cocksucker Buddy in office… just like the faggot piece of shit he really is

  38. WR said on July 10th, 2015 at 2:44 am

    Is it true that the Royal Family is almost broke? From what I read in one of those Florida papers, the Queen has only 2 million to live on, annually. This, after the tremendous expenses. Read that Buckingham Palace would require $250 million worth of immediate repairs. Architects warn that it’s dangerous to the Royal Family. And the Royals have had to rent out pricey apartments at St. James’ Palace. It goes on and on. Prince Charles was told to hold back on divorce proceedings. The Queen had to freeze the uncontrolled spending of the princes. And Prince William has had to go to work for a salary. GLOBE is the name of the tabloid.

    The Queen has also has to deal with the prospect of becoming a widow, according to reports.

    And there’s bad news on other topics. One is that the pope’s life may be in danger, when he visits America. ISIS may do its best to kill him. But our security forces are on fast alert.
    According to other news items, ISIS is bragging that it has a number of terrorist training pockets in the US. They, the terrorists, came across the Mexican border.

    I spoke to several people I know about this. They happen to be Sicilian Catholics, who may, or may not know each other. One is adamant that the world will be at war, soon; or it will be destroyed by Mother Nature. Another lectured that I should know by now, that the world will soon be in great turmoil…far worse than we observe at present. The third agrees with them; but is not so strong in his opinion. One other, who happens to be Irish, denies any trouble, because the US is far too powerful to be destroyed.
    Mine? I hear them out, and don’t have too strong an opinion. I do see the recent changes in the world, and IMO, it doesn’t look too promising. One great warning: The jillions of paper money that is being manufactured so as to pay some of our debts. At the rate we make those bills, the dollar bill may soon be not worth much. JMO!

  39. WR said on July 10th, 2015 at 2:48 am

    I should mention that they all believe O is gay, and that M is a tranny. Myself, I don’t believe that. Do I have interesting acquaintances, or what?

  40. blackcat said on July 10th, 2015 at 9:07 pm

    Tranny? Who in the hell uses that term anymore? Do you live in a retirement home?

  41. aliza said on July 10th, 2015 at 9:53 pm


    Oh hon.. pull your head out of your butt.. Brad is a good looking man for any age.. Angie is gorgeous. So yes I do see what he ended up with.. because I see what he left.. a 46 year old woman that has not moved beyond where she was when he walked away. And it is interesting because for YEARS you nutters were here trying to find clues to prove that Brad was going back to Aniston. Then when you found out you had been fools you switched and started hating Brad. Go read your archives if Mr. Pig has not deleted them.
    Brad and Angie have been together for almost 11 years. And you nutters are still here spouting off dumb theories. The world is passing you by; and you can’t let go. Brad didn’t leave you. He married Angie because he loved her and wanted to build his life with her and their children. Near 11 years and you fools can’t see that all your wishing and hoping has yielded nothing.

    Let it go. If Aniston is so great and her life is so perfect; why are you all only talking about Brad/Angie. Why are you not talking about Jennifer/Justin. Why are you forever looking for Angie/Brad news. why are they on your google search. Why are you lurking reading all the news about them. According to you they are has beens and nobody likes them. If that is the case why are you all following these so called losers.

    Yes I get it.. if you have been obsessed for near 11 years hard to let go.. but maybe let that number roll around in your empty noggins.. 11 YEARS OF HOPING THIS COUPLE WOULD BREAK UP. 11 YEARS OF LISTENING TO MR. PIG LEAD YOU DOWN THE DUMMY TRAIL. 11 YEARS OF FAKE CLUES AND DUMB CONSPIRACY THEORIES.. that have never come true.

    man your lives must be the saddest. enjoy another 11 years of living in Brad/Angie’s shadow.. Lots of wonderful things to come.. wonderful things for 2 good people.

  42. WC Kitty said on July 11th, 2015 at 2:56 pm


  43. WR said on July 11th, 2015 at 5:39 pm

    Siska, and her friends on IU:

    There not altogether positive it has happened.

  44. Keane said on July 11th, 2015 at 7:03 pm


    Hi James! ha ha ha

  45. WC Kitty said on July 11th, 2015 at 9:14 pm

    You’re right, it could be him. :)

  46. WR said on July 11th, 2015 at 10:17 pm

    The majority of people use tranny, that I know about. AND, read the post more carefully, next time, idiot!

  47. Guest2 said on July 12th, 2015 at 1:25 pm

    @WC Kitty:
    I think it’s AJ because of her hatred of Aniston. You’d think that after all these years she would have gotten over it, she won the big (booby) prize after all. Makes me wonder if the marriage story WR linked to is true. Why else the hatred for a woman who divorced Pitt 10 years ago? Or, it could be our old friend from the Canadian Maritimes. The Bohomoth site is pretty much shut down so she seems to pop in here from time to time.

  48. Guest2 said on July 12th, 2015 at 1:26 pm


    Thanks for the link but didn’t see Siska’s comments there. I tend to think it’s not true but who knows, she’s pretty private when she wants to be as they all are.

  49. WR said on July 12th, 2015 at 4:39 pm

    Conflicting stories; so , who knows? As long as she’s happy? As I said before, I’m not much of a fan. I do hope she lands another meaty part, where she can stretch her talent. She’s already proved her comedic talent.

    But there are far more interesting celebs out there, than the Triangle. For example, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner and Matt Damon. Now, there’s an interesting triangle, imo! Ben is an accomplished director, who won everything that wasn’t nailed down, for “Argo”. Yet, he didn’t get an Oscar nomination. Who votes for “Best Director(s)” in the Oscar nominations? About 170+ strictly movie directors. I read that a certain director orchestrated the snub of Affleck. Affleck proceeded to rise above the snubbing. Time wasn’t on his side, because he had a history of substance abuse; and he fell off the wagon. Earlier in his career, he attended AA meetings. When he felt he could handle his alcoholism, he “fired” his AA sponsor. Much groaning from AA members. His sponsor strongly suggested to him that he should not get involved with any significant other for at least a year. But he couldn’t wait hat long. Some mastering of his disease, eh? His faithful wife, and his BFF tried their best to intervene, but he, BA, apparently feels he can control his addictions. Reminds me of Mel Gibson, a few years ago. Hopefully, this story doesn’t end more tragically than it already has.

  50. WR said on July 12th, 2015 at 4:46 pm

    Oh, I did browse through the TNE at the grocery line. The Cher story was to sell the rag. Nothing concrete, as far as I could tell.

    Pee Wee was shown with his “lost love”. He looked far prettier than she. Didn’t read the story. Sometime THE does have a good, solid story of a big celebrity that is worth buying the paper. Those Florida papers have printed stories about JFK’s murder, that are very powerful, imo.

  51. WC Kitty said on July 12th, 2015 at 7:31 pm

    I thought it was AJ at first because of what was said and it was too emotional to be just a loon, that is, until you brought up the old poster. Don’t know what happened between her and some posters, but yep, I see her posting once in awhile at other sites and know it’s her since she always brings up Ian and posters from this site. Then again maybe Keane is right.

  52. WR said on July 12th, 2015 at 10:48 pm

    Some posters may change their names, but some veterans of this site detect them. They have the same message; the same style, and they’re easy to dissect. It’s the same at other sites. Remember we discussed that in the past? We said that these are probably paid posters. Scientology allegedly had more than a few paid posters about ten years, ago. used to have some good spill on TC. This was true around the time KH gave birth. And at the same time and place Brooke Shields had her baby. For those who don’t remember there was speculation that KH had already given birth to Suri, at an earlier date, but had to fake it for the more appropriate time to coincide with the wedding.

  53. WR said on July 12th, 2015 at 10:55 pm

    My biggest fave re: Blind Items, has to be from Crazy Days and Nights. This was a while back. He/She really led us readers on. And this person was excellent in their pursuit.
    It was about an award winning actress, who won “The Big One” (the Oscar) back in the classical era. This highly-regarded actress was actually a man. This was a very popular blind. Guesses from movie/Oscar buffs all sounded legit. And it was fun! I printed it, because of its appeal at the time.
    End result: It was a hoax. Wow, did the feathers fly! Will dig it up to see if it’s still intriguing.

  54. I'm on the bidet said on July 14th, 2015 at 5:55 pm

    Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie Not Too Fancy … For a Subway Ride

    This is hurting my brain . . . too many wisecracks to make . . . can’t decide . . . was Billy Bob Thornton working behind the counter . . . is it somehow a metaphor for AJ’s directing career being under water . . . were they thinking to avoid the paparazzi by taking an actual subway but ended up with extremely average sandwiches . . . did they go to KFC on Veteran’s Day to thank Colonel Sanders for his military service . . .

  55. I'm on the bidet said on July 14th, 2015 at 6:07 pm

    . . . did they go to Wendy’s not for hamburgers, but in hopes of adopting Wendy . . . did they go to Domino’s because AJ thinks checkers is too hard of a board game . . . did they lurk in the Starbucks parking lot in hopes of catching Britney Spears in the drive-thru, so AJ could pitch herself and Brit in a “Thelma and Louise” remake . . . did they first drive around for hours looking for Egyptian fast-food, because AJ is Cleopatra and she could get it at a discount . . .

  56. morris maltenburg said on July 16th, 2015 at 3:53 am

    What the truth really is …is this… there is a player that is a close body double to M, and as such is the faggot azz that the o bumbler buggers on. Its not M. This is the jerk wad, at least one of the faggots that he supposedly does. That does not count the three faggots from ole rev wright’s church that mysteriously ended up dead (murdered) before o buggers initial election.

    Just remember this, Hilly Billy rotten to the core stated in the past that hilly had balled more women than he has. Also remember that prescott shrub, along with George H W Shrub, and Ole G Dubya Shrub, along with the blood cousin SEC Of State Jug Head Kerry, and ole hill Billy Cuntston are all Yale 322er Skull and Bones…every last one of them… Olee Hilly Rotten to the Core…is a Wellesley College Bull Dyke Faggot and always has been. Huma Abedin her assistant… married to Anthony Cross Dresser Wiener formerly of the House of Reps is the daughter of a woman that is directly involved with the Al Qaeda sisterhood, as is the Vapid Jezebel that currently sits in the White Hosebag House as a top advisor.

  57. morris maltenburg said on July 16th, 2015 at 4:07 am

    You’re actually pretty close. Horatio Rufus Faggot head is definitely a FAGGOT PIG. Everything you said is spot on. AJ/Pitiful butt fucker is no better, or is Jelly Azz Anus Buttfuckerston her azz hole father, the Greek Scieno Scientolo Faggotologist Anus Butt Fucker Ston, or her fake relations with Juicy bUG sUCKER bUG hEAD tIN… mR eddie munster, or his good friend terrible RAT HEAD. They are all full of shit. Think about this recent book and the timing from the first reports, and compare that to the time frame of Horatio Rufus Huckster faggot head… as he is loving the cock.

    In other news ole Top Cunny Kunster, now wants to seriously force the Scieno Scientolos down everybody’s throat. Just remember this FAGGOT AZZ buttfucker thinks that since arnold was gov of calif that he should definitely be President of the US and has publicly stated so. This is what we get from Hollywood faggotology. Don’t be stupid enough to think differently… this is as real as the nose on your face.

  58. morris maltenburg said on July 16th, 2015 at 4:15 am

    If that is you James Haven…check this out… Ainsley Arielle Aerhart (a real woman..not some fake tranny)… is actually still alive… dufus.
    I know this factually. Your sister and Pitiful fuckbag are seriously a couple of losers. Your daddy still a practicing Scieno Scientolo…? eh? Still like getting buggered in your dirt hole? Eh?

    Just remember Grant King and John Collins jacking on your sister when she was 14 smoking heroin dick head peen eater.

  59. morris maltenburg said on July 16th, 2015 at 4:20 am

    Whether its you or your sister…. Jelly Azz Anus-Buttfucker-ston is the same as both of you. She isn’t better, and niether are you or that scum bag Pitiful cock eater. You’re all low life scum, and always have been. Just remember this cock head, the mail man up here remembers all of you shit eating maggots. get me cock breath?

  60. marilyn manson said on July 16th, 2015 at 1:19 pm

    I know Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Courtney Love and Maurice Maltenburg. Put us all in a room together and Maurice has the only vagina in the room. just sayin.

  61. WR said on July 17th, 2015 at 2:56 am

    According to RADAR Online, a hearse was spotted arriving at Atlanta’s PEACHTREE CHRISTIAN HOSPICE. Apparently, Bobbi Kristina Brown’s loved ones are keeping a death watch.

  62. Theo said on July 18th, 2015 at 11:31 pm

    Why would there be a hearse unless she’s dead? Was it circling the block?

  63. WR said on July 19th, 2015 at 1:54 am

    Ask the reporter for Radar Online.

  64. Guest2 said on July 19th, 2015 at 3:42 pm

    Has anyone seen these pics? They’re hysterical.

  65. Guest2 said on July 19th, 2015 at 3:44 pm


    She’s probably not the only person at the hospice.

  66. Theo said on July 20th, 2015 at 12:18 am


    Doh! Of course you’re absolutely right. Thanks for reminding us of the real world. ;>

  67. morris maltenburg said on July 21st, 2015 at 11:07 pm

    @marilyn manson:

    I’ll take you up on that notion cock head. You would have the worst day of your life you punk cunny…. go back on stage and eat some more turds. Quite frankly, ole pitiful butt fucker head wouldn’t want to get caught in the same room with me, and he knows it. Keany Peany… go fuck your self

  68. xtra said on July 23rd, 2015 at 7:10 pm

    Wow…morris m. pretty much killed this site. Too Bad!

  69. morris maltenburg said on July 25th, 2015 at 11:06 pm

    Yeah…. the homo faggots like keany peeney fuckerheaded weenie bring out the jarhead in me

  70. morris maltenburg said on July 25th, 2015 at 11:13 pm


  71. morris maltenburg said on July 25th, 2015 at 11:15 pm



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