Thursday, April 28, 2005


Bathroom Breaks:

If any of you are looking for a great book to laugh at, George Carlin's When Will Jesus Bring The Pork Chops is full of anti political antics along with funny little mental droppings on everyday life. Before I could get past the first page... I was in tears. This is the type of book that you can break out after not seeing it for a while and still get all your moneys worth. If you do decide to get up off your shitstained ass and purchase this gem, and you enjot it, check out some of his other books and cds as well. They are just as funny and witty.

First baseball with Jose Canseco, now it boiled over and spilled onto the NFL. Jesus, what's next...The yearly Fireman Contest, Curling in Canada or even the Bassmasters Fishing Competition. I just hope that it makes the sport better and more competitive. I mean comon...Look at all the other superstrict policies that they have in sports. There are policies reguarding chasing and attacking fans, paying players to perform a certain way, and we all can't forget the gambling policy. For instance...look at a guy like Pete Rose, and to think that he kept his mouth shut and obeyed the silent law of baseball land for all those years. If he was to expose the steroids scandal instead of Jose Canseco, when he wrote his book explaining his lying about betting on baseball, but countered the lie with the truth about anabolics he probably would have been looked at as a hero, and would have had a better chance of getting that ticket to Cooperstown. This is just my opinion, but you and I both know that Charlie Hustle would've been a much better candidate than Jose for the new season of The Surreal Life. Rose would've gave that skurvy hoe Omarosa a run for her husbands checkbook.

Damn, that's cruel. Bobby Brown. This stupid son of a bitch got knocked out for being a washed up puppet that beats his wife. Maybe someone thought that it would be funny to make him feel the way Whitney does after an Ike Turner assbeating. Read more about the moron here. For all you avid Bobby and Whitney fans, you'll be glad to hear that the Bravo TV network has inked a deal with the couple to create a series based on thier relationship. I guess if you are into seeing people do coke and then fight each other, you'll love this new show. There isn't too much info about it out there right now, This is very exclusive news. I can't wait to write more on this, but that will come after the first episode. Pass da dutch ...IIIIIIRRRRRRREEEEEEEE!

Hip-hop artist and record-business entrepreneur Jay-Z and 130-year-old Swiss luxury watchmaker Audemars Piguet on Tuesday in New York City unveiled a limited edition of 100 timepieces to celebrate Jay-Z’s 10th anniversary in the music business. The watches—a special version of the brand’s Royal Oak Offshore chronograph—have a small “10” in diamonds on the dial. They come in stainless steel, rose gold, and platinum, and retail for $23,500 to $69,500. The project was two years in the making; Jaz-Z was actively involved in the design.
Francois-Henry Bennahmias, president of Audemars Piguet North America, said more limited-edition projects with well-known celebrities in sports and entertainment will be announced in coming months. As with the Jay-Z watches, some proceeds will be given to charity by Audemars Piguet. In the past five years, the Swiss brand, which has annual U.S. sales of about $40 million, has given more than $5 million to U.S. charities, most of them directed at women or children.
Jay-Z, a watch collector, is a longtime fan of the watch brand, which approached him about the project and solicited his input on design. He owns 12 (“which I all bought myself,” he told reporters) and even included the name of the watch in one of his songs.
Each of the watches, which will only be sold at Audemars Piguet flagship New York boutique, comes with a 40-gigabyte iPod engraved with a saying by Jay-Z and uploaded with his albums. At least 27 have been pre-sold.
A portion of the watches’ sales—totaling $500,000, said Bennahmias—will be donated by the watch company to the S. Carter Scholarship Fund for inner-city children, founded by Jay-Z, whose real name is Shawn Carter.
In December 2005, Jay-Z became president and chief executive officer of Def Jam Recordings, the well-known hip-hop label founded by music moguls Russell Simmons and Lyor Cohen.
While he told reporters he has retired as a recording artist, he’ll continue to run his other interests, including a sneaker line with Reebok and a fashion line. He has no intention, though, to start his own watch brand or be affiliated with one as fellow hip-hop artist and mogul Daman Dash has with the luxury-priced brand Tiret New York.
Just recently Jay-Z mentioned toying with the notion of being a daddy. Here's a superimposed picture of what the child may look like.
. Hey now.

Look at me, no...Look at me C!!!!!! JERKOFFS! -Sonny

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