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June 26, 2003

Where Are The Topless Black Girls?

Snoop Dogg isn't wild about "Girls Gone Wild" anymore.

"If you notice, there hasn't been no girls of (ethnicity) at all on none of those tapes," Snoop Dogg complained during a recent interview. "No black girls, no Spanish girls -- all white girls, and that (stuff) ain't cool, because white girls ain't the only hos that get wild."

Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Broadus, said he plans to do his own version of "Girls Gone Wild" to "bring some flavor to the table" -- and to satisfy women of color waiting for their chance to go topless for the camera.

Related Story: Customers Angry Over 'Girls Gone Wild'

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June 24, 2003

my old workplace circa 1996-1998

The battered and disfigured Deutsche Bank building in Lower Manhattan, among the last remaining buildings damaged in the Sept. 11 terrorist attack whose fate has not been decided, has been deemed beyond repair and is expected to be taken down beginning next month, according to people involved in negotiations on its future. | NYT

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Gratuitous Olsen Twins Pic


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83 Percent Of Women Don't Consider Lap Dances As Cheating

Expect an increase in strip club attendance after this news gets out: 83 percent of American women don't think lap dances count as sexual contact. [NCBuy]

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June 18, 2003

Business Owner Chases, Runs Over Robbery Suspects In Hummer

Nice picture here. "It is not known if Peter will face charges" - I don't see how this guy won't end up in jail. Self-defense seems a long shot, but I guess he can plead that it was an accident, and he didn't intentionally run over the car.

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Has the lap-dance ruined the strip-tease?

Elisabeth Eaves surveys the history of the lap dance, reviewing Lapdancer a book of photographs and interviews by NYU photography student turned lapdancer Juliana Beasley. Click here to see (and read) the slide show/review.

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June 14, 2003

NYTimes is looking a little racy this week

Check out Tiffany Dubin on her $2,500 George Nelson daybed [An Online Tag Sale Goes Uptown]

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June 13, 2003

Reality show star loses job at law firm

Rob Campos, the bachelor star of NBC's dating game "For Love or Money," has a choice of women. But he no longer has his job. more...

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New York Sports Express

Sports Express writer Preston Long writes that there is no truth to the rumor that the Knicks would join the WNBA.

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Vegas just keeps getting better

After Nice, a Return to Vice: The contortionist perched at the edge of a transparent basin like a nymph on the rim of a cocktail glass. She peeled off her bra and slid into the water, followed by a woman who was her near mirror-image. The two began a submerged dance less acrobatic than erotic: their backs arched, their arms twined, their legs moved in anatomically improbable ways. Facing each other beneath the water, the pair mimed an embrace, then a kiss, then movements best left to a reader's imagination. Viewed from the platform of a rehearsal stage, the scene had the fuzzy unreality of soft-core fantasy.

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Killer List of Videogames

The KLOV, the video-game department of The International Arcade Musem, has provided the Internet's largest database of coin-operated video-games since the earliest days of the Internet. Welcome to its web site! [via drinkme: Its archival coverage emphasizes the classic period 1980-1990. Cosmic Avenger. Sinistar. Karate Champ. Double Dragon II. Strider. Sweet, sweet nectar.]

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Wal-mart Controls the Newstand

The retail giant controls a whopping 15% of newstand sales in the United States. Repeat: Fifteen percent! Thus, when they start covering "racy" women's magazines sold in checkout lanes or pull sex-filled lad's mags from the shelves, publishers pay attention. | 601am

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My Late Night Viewing Habits -- because I know my readers care

The weeknight block on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim which is anchored by "Family Guy" Peter Griffin has been crushing ABC's rotund Jimmy Kimmel, by more than a 2-to-1 margin among 18 to 24 males...
"Family Guy," a canceled Fox prime-time show, has proven something of a phenomenon for Cartoon Network. It, "Futurama" and other toons axed from network television are now thriving on the cable channel.
These aren't your kids' cartoon shows

Actually, it's a nightly toss-up between Family Guy, Jackass and GTAVC.

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It's True That We Love One Another

Unlucky-in-love Renée Zellweger seems to have broken her dry streak with a pretty unusual choice. The ultra-perky "Down With Love" star is coupling up White Stripes frontman Jack White. [NYPost] [sidenote: Elephant is phenomenol.]

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Recommended: Up the Bracket

I've been playing the crap out of The Libertines, group from London with awesome punk, garage sound. They sound like their drunk - which is good in this case. Really good songs. Produced by Mick Jones from The Clash. Sounds like The Clash a little at times.

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June 12, 2003

Pride of the Devils By Yogi Berra

When people ask me what I think of the New Jersey Devils, I always say, I think they're pretty darn good. I don't think it matters that they play in a so-so arena near a highway. Or that they don't have big-name stars and get knocked for being in New Jersey. So they can't decide on a good place for a parade — so what? How many teams are raising another Stanley Cup?

I've been a fan of the Devils since they moved to New Jersey more than 20 years ago. I've seen them grow from a rinky-dink team to three-time Stanley Cup champions. Now people are making a fuss over a parade — to have it in the arena's parking lot like before, or somewhere else. I say, no parking lot. Just have the parade down Bloomfield Avenue, starting in Newark and passing through the towns where lots of Devils fans live. It's not Broadway, but you'd still get a lot of people who'd appreciate it.

Maybe a few more people should appreciate the Devils. The team gets criticized just for being good. A former Rangers coach said they're just a bunch of interchangeable parts. Well, I've always been a Rangers fan, too, and I wish they had more interchangeable parts. Good teams always have them — guys who play for the team, not for themselves, and the Devils typify teamwork at its best.

They remind me of the Yankees teams I played on during the late 1940's through the early 60's. We were a team of interchangeable parts. Casey Stengel, our manager, platooned guys all the time. In 1949, his first year, we had seven different first basemen. We had one player, Gil McDougald, who made the All-Star team at three different positions. Casey was known for being funny, but not with us. He could be pretty demanding. If you play, you better produce. If you don't play, tough. The team always came first.

That's how it is with the Devils. All the guys know their roles and don't try to be something they're not. Everyone contributes. It starts with Lou Lamoriello, the general manger. He knows what it takes to build a team and keep it running strong, a lot like the way our old Yankees general manager George Weiss did. They both put a lot into scouting, instruction and the farm system. Weiss got young guys to come up the Yankee way and traded them for older veterans to fit in. The Devils do it the same way.

One last thing about that parade: I don't remember being in one when I played for the Yankees. This is what I told the guys in the Devils practice center in West Orange, where I work out. They don't have big egos, so it's no big deal. The Devils are pretty darn good and that's not too bad.

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The Mob has taken over The Sims.

An underground group known as the Sims Shadow Government has taken over the fantasy world that is ``The Sims Online,'' meting out mob justice. It's a violent twist for ``The Sims,'' the dollhouse-inspired computer game that has long been portrayed as the antithesis to guns-'n-gore bestsellers like ``Grand Theft Auto.'' The emergence of a seedy underbelly in the online game may reveal more about the dark fantasies of middle-aged suburbanites than anyone suspected. [The Merc]

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June 11, 2003

Counterfeit Jerseys has an article on NBA Finals apparel counterfeiting. Darren Rovel who writes about the "sports business" for ESPN tells us that this year counterfeiters are choosing quality over quantity. I have a picture of me and my son in our Jason Kidd (wife-beater) jerseys, but I won't post it because he's breaking my heart with his selfish play -- every game it seems like he wants to take over instead of play his game. Jason - settle down and lets win this one for Jersey (and stop worrying about where you're playing next year). K-Mart is one bad mofo though ain't he? Disclaimer: I am from Jersey and once could afford Nets season tickets.

Gangs' new gear: As members adopt team uniforms as their own, authorities wonder if makers exploit the trend. The Star Ledger

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Wait no -- go here

Miller Lite may have killed future catfight commercials, but that won't stop me from bringing you the great new version that is due out soon. I haven't seen it yet, but I'm sure that folks will be talking about it. How 'bout putting the Miller Lite Catfight girls in a pillow fight with Pam Anderson? Genius. I don't think I've ever seen it on TV, but the commercial is online here. Looking for catfight girls wallpaper? Happy to oblige. How 'bout this mud wrestling wallpaper? Or perhaps the catfight girls with Pam Anderson in the sprinklers? Or one of just Pam Anderson for Miller Lite?
Long Live the Catfight Commercials

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Go Now

go see t.A.T.u.'s performance of "All the Things She Said" at

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June 10, 2003

Getting Away With A Boys' Night Out

by Curt Smith via AskMen

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Great quote on the subject of SUV's

"I'm going to buy a short school bus. My car will be bigger than all of yours and I, unlike you, the Terrorist Support Committee, won't be hiding the fact that I'm fucking retarded." -

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Camera Phones used for butt-rating site: People are using cameraphones to take pictures of other people's butts and and submitting them to a hot-or-not style site called Mobile Asses.

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June 6, 2003

Attention Vagina Patrons

Xtina in MaximA quality purchase is the thin "Maxim Hot 100 2003" which accompanies the current issue of Maxim. There are some quality pictures in there of our favorite female celebrities and up-and-comers, including Christina Aguilera (who ranks pretty high up there, incidently). But get it. It's nice. If you don't, you can catch it in the form of a special at 9pm, June 14th (Saturday) on NBC. Subscribe to Maxim

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