Jul 19th 2009 10:16AM She's a public figure in all sense of the title and I believe if they are showing, but not selling this, there is not much of a case to stand on. There will be some criminal charges available, but civil for the money does not look good especially since it is not making money like other tapes have in the past. Chances are this crime only gets caught on Law & Order:SVU. I know I read somewhere that the FBI has a department of two people nationwide for video crimes.
May 5th 2008 4:21AM I agree totally. If they can serve and die for our country, whether it is for oil or not, they should be allowed to drink. In fact, if we got rid of the drinking age completely (like in other countries) it would never be a big deal, and probably would not be as abused as it is when kids turn 21 nowadays. I made many "mistakes" in my life. I drank daily from 18 to 27, when my pancreas gave out, and I haven't drank since. I dealt and trafficked cocaine for 10 years until I got arrested, and worked in the porn industry for eight of those at the same time. Needless to say it caused many problems and addictions. But the fun was non-stop, and the lessons were loud and clear. And now, at 32, I am so experienced and grown, my life has taken off, and I am doing very, very well (financially and personally). And just so you know, I had no excuse to do any of these things. I grew up in an upper, middle class home in Boca Raton, Florida with a great family. I made these bad choices, but "grew" so much during them, I would definitely do it all again. Sorry to disagree with most, and not meaning to offend, but let these kids drink if they can serve, and let them live and learn. Mark Twain said it best,"Never let schoolwork interfere with your education".
May 3rd 2008 3:41AM You can say Moss is tacky, but what about Monroe? She did drugs just like Moss. She OD'd actually. Plus she slept with brothers and almost anyone. She had no self-esteem and in documentaries they rag on her. You may not be able to compare Kate with some people, but Marilyn is no prize either.
Jul 6th 2007 11:37PM I love THE FACT that after America and the politically correct, conservative-agenda media flaunted Jessica as it's sweetheart for staying a virgin until she got married, her marraige fell apart faster than minute rice takes to set. They didn't even makde it out of the Honeymoon phase really. Everyone who got behind her and the virgin press must feel totally ridiculous. If you don't already feel ridiculous for getting behind someone who is a terrible actress, semi-decent singer, and dumb as lint.
May 25th 2007 1:41AM I think Jay's show has the best writers, but he is far from the best host. His original stand-up is better than the personality he takes on the show. Dave is a much better interviewer, but his writing needs work. And Conan has a few great improvisations, and is the most creative by far, but alot of his stuff fails big time. With the leeway he gets, he risks the most. Carson was better than all of them.
Apr 18th 2007 6:07AM Strip clubs and prostitutes are the great American, if not the world's, great past-time. In the Maori culture they have 30+ words for things involving fish or fishing out of a 200 word language, because that is how central it's to their lives. Well, in the English language, we have over three hundred words for strippers and prostitutes, my favorite being double-breasted mattress thatcher. Anyway, that is how central it is too our lives! Long live strippers and pro's!!! Keep your PC a**es in church and leave me and Dontrelle alone!
Jun 24th 2006 5:03AM Taylor Hicks is a wonderful blessing on the music scene these days. With so many unoriginal tunes, beats, and writings, it is fabulous to have someone who is not only a lively performer, but also able to carry a multitude of different music genres. Also breathtaking is his instrumental ability and his vocal reach. I applaud Taylor for working with Snoop Dogg, and hope he continues to work/perform with a myriad of of talents out there.