no one understands this. not even the chinese bootlegger who sold me all those second rate marie antoinette post cards (who i later gave a Neutral review cuz the quality was so piss poor – which didnt stop me from hanging every one on my walls at the crib)
so here we have keeersten dressed up like a backup dancer for gwen stefani singing one of the worst tunes from the 80s.
but who cares? look at those dimples. look at those teeth. check out those eyes.
Depeche Mode‘s former keyboardist Alan Wilder returns to the band at Royal Albert Hall and plays “Somebody” in the rehearsal video above for the first time in 16 years. – Caleb Bacon/ LAist
In light of Vice President Cheney‘s 5th heart attack, the Booster Shots blog asks “How Many Heart Attacks Can One Person Have?” – Thomas Maugh II / LA Times
Flipbook of the Day – a Rainbow in Your Hands. (good luck trying to buy em for all your friends) – Daily What
The same people behind PETAKillsAnimals.com has a site that tries to discredit Mothers Against Drunk Driving, and another site that attempts to debunk the “myth” that Obesity will shorten life expectancy. Their new target: The Humane Society – Lindsay Barnett & P.J. Huffstutter / LA Times
People near the Sunset Junction are a little spooked in the wake of a shooting in broad daylight. – The Eastsider LA
“If you would like to see the New York Yankees at Dodger Stadium in June, the Dodgers would like you to buy tickets to at least 13 other games this season.” – Bill Shaikin and Dylan Hernandez / LA Times
Jamie and Frank McCourt, the owners of the Los Angeles Dodgers, are going through a divorce. That process has brought to light some interesting financial information. Such as the inconvenient truth that jointly they made $108 million from 2004 through 2009 without the burden of having to be bothered with paying any federal or state income taxes. And they did it legally. – Michael Hiltzik / LA Times
Matt Damon and Jake Gylennhall turned down Avatar – Hero Complex
A very sweet audio slide show about Hesh Sedaghat, the Head Waiter at the Original Pantry – Mel Melcon / LA Times