Unretouched Photos of ‘Regular Woman’ Beyoncé Promptly Removed From Internet

unretouched beyonce Over the years, we’ve loved and scrutinized Beyoncé to Oprah-sized proportions.

I get alerts on my phone informing me when her roots grow and if she may or may not have bunions. And if she does have a bunion, I want to know exactly which foot and the exact location in latitude and longitude.

Which brings me to a website that released not one or two but a whopping 224 unretouched photos of the singer.  Continue reading “Unretouched Photos of ‘Regular Woman’ Beyoncé Promptly Removed From Internet”

Flappy Bird Will Be Gone By Tomorrow Night

Mobile game addicts better get ready to flex those index fingers and play the crap out of Flappy Bird, because the creator of the massively popular game says he’s “sorry,” but he’s taking it off the app store in 22 hours.

And that was at 11 a.m., so you have until tomorrow night (approximately 8:02 p.m.) to not leave the floor, bed, couch or chair you normally relax in with Meyer lemon curd remnants all over your slob face.

One Kotaku commenter wrote, “I read this as, “Oh shit, I’m REALLY getting attention for stealing artwork and I know how Nintendo is about their IP. I’m hopefully going to cash out before they come after me,” and I’m pretty sure he hit the nail on the head. While the creator said he wasn’t removing it for legal reasons, it probably was a preemptive strike.

Gawker Temporarily Removes Hulk Hogan Sex Tape at Judge’s Request, Keeps Article

Hulk Hogan sex tapeOn behalf of everyone at Gawker, editor John Cook wrote that they are refusing to remove their Hulk Hogan sex tape post based on the First Amendment of the United States Constitution: freedom of motherf*cking speech.

Yesterday a judge in Florida officially ordered them to take down the video (and they did, pending the appeal) and the entire 1,400-word article describing it.

Even though Hogan himself requested the video be taken down after it was leaked by a still unknown source in late 2012, Gawker attorney Gregg Thomas wisely made a case for the actual article.

Cook argues that it doesn’t matter how “dumb” or “frivolous” it is, because the Constitution allows Americans to “publish true things about public figures.”  Continue reading “Gawker Temporarily Removes Hulk Hogan Sex Tape at Judge’s Request, Keeps Article”

JoPa Bagged And Dragged Away In Chains

The husks of men otherwise known as the victims of Jerry Sandusky can breathe at least one sigh of relief.

That 900-pound bronze statue in front of Beaver Stadium of the now-deceased and formerly loved Joe Paterno has been taken down by forklift and moved to a “secure” storage location.

After his death on January 22, coach Paterno was honored by Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett, who said “His place in our state’s history is secure…”

But not that secure. I think I’m with Louis Freeh on this one, who used the words “total disregard” when referring to JoPa and other higher-ups at the college.  Continue reading “JoPa Bagged And Dragged Away In Chains”

Heather Morris Had Her Boobs Removed

Heather Morris, 24, who plays Brittany, the lovably eccentric cheerleader on Glee, revealed to Fitness Magazine that she once had implants, but removed them.

She hasn’t shared the exact time that she had/extracted them, but it was probably between the ages of 19 and 22, before she was on a hit show on Fox.

On her fake bazoombas, in Fitness’s October issue:

“Implants were something I thought I wanted when I was younger, and now I don’t. It was hard being active with them, because my chest was always sore. It hurt a lot, and I didn’t like always being in pain, so they had to go.”

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