Friday, January 17, 2003

Vincent D'Onofrio is suing Madonna and husband Guy Ritchie claiming that the couple stole his idea for the movie "Swept Away." If D'Onofrio wins, he could stand to walk way with a sizable share of the single box-office receipt.

Thursday, January 16, 2003

A new feature documentary is focusing on how the 1972 porn film "Deep Throat" fueled the sexual revolution, seeped into Nixon-era politics, and sparked the need for many great advancements in bikini-waxing technology.

Wednesday, January 15, 2003

A recent study reports that job applicants with "white names" received significantly higher responses rates than applicants with "black names." The white name that got the highest response rate from male hiring managers? Monica Lewinsky.

Tuesday, January 14, 2003

The author of a new book claims that a large Chinese expedition discovered the New World years before Columbus arrived. This theory has come under criticism since the book also claims that in 1367 the Chinese government invented the art of playing jokes and putting pee-pee in Cokes.

Monday, January 13, 2003

Pete Townshend was accused of downloading child porn. He denies that he's guilty. Townshend, who is almost legally deaf from his years on stage, claims that he misheard his wife when she asked him to "go online and buy some twelve-year-old SCOTCH."

Sunday, January 12, 2003

The debut of "The Bachelorette" was watched by over 17 million people -- five times that of its closest competitor "The West Wing." Proving again, that in the minds of Americans, politics will always take a back seat to our love for whores.