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Finally A Lady Gaga Story I Can Sink My Teeth Into

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I’m sure that slab of beef by the nether regions was probably cooked to at least medium by show’s end.

The animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals [PETA] is outraged by the raw meat dress worn by Lady Gaga at Sunday’s MTV Music Video Awards.

PETA believes Gaga is trying to keep herself in the spotlight with such stunts and called her dress patently offensive.

ABC News reports that Gaga said wearing the dress was “a protest against the erosion of people’s rights,” and noted if individuals don’t stand up for themselves, they’ll be left with less rights “than the meat on their bones.”

Uh, OK.

I have no idea who this person is outside of that “Disco Stick” song and I don’t care. She pissed off PETA, so I guess that’s a plus.

Oh, here’s another one-liner: Now there’s more bacteria outside of Lady Gaga than inside of her.

Thank you, I’ll be here all week. Tip your waitresses and try the tortured baby cow. I’m pretty sure there’s a chunk of veal on top of Gaga’s head.

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Written by kkktookmybabyaway

September 14, 2010 at 10:31 pm

Posted in Entertainment

Yelling “Fire” Over A Burning Holy Book

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Oh for fuck’s sake.

Last week we saw a Florida Pastor – with 30 members in his church – threaten to burn Korans which lead to riots and killings in Afghanistan. We also saw Democrats and Republicans alike assume that Pastor Jones had a Constitutional right to burn those Korans. But Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer told me on “GMA” that he’s not prepared to conclude that — in the internet age — the First Amendment condones Koran burning.

“Holmes said it doesn’t mean you can shout ‘fire’ in a crowded theater,” Breyer told me. “Well, what is it? Why? Because people will be trampled to death. And what is the crowded theater today? What is the being trampled to death?”

And burning a U.S. flag isn’t the same thing? In fact, unless you were in San Francisco or a college/university, I’d wager that burning a U.S. flag on U.S. soil would be more like yelling “fire” in a crowded theater than burning a Koran. Nice try, shitdick.

I guess I might as well talk about the whole “Koran” burning story that took place last week.

What a bunch of nothing.

A few dozen Florida rednecks said they were going to burn a Koran on September 11 and it makes worldwide headlines with even the Kenyan Koffee Fetcher commenting on the issue. This wasn’t that big a story. The best way to deal with a skinhead rally at City Hall is to just ignore them the morning they want to get all “white power” on the Capitol steps. All this media coverage just fanned the flames of these dopes. (Pun intended.)

It’s too bad this group didn’t submerge a Koran in a jar of urine or plaste a picture of Muhammad with elephant poop. That way they could have been eligible for a National Endowment for the Arts grant.

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September 14, 2010 at 10:22 pm

Posted in News

Will Fitty Spend A Night With The Hilton?

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With my collection of several hundred rap albums, I’m surprised that GLAAD and other groups haven’t done more in regards to protesting the homophobia in Hip-Hop Nation. Then again, I don’t think their members would fare well at a Brand Nubian concert.

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) is mounting a campaign against 50 Cent after the rapper tweeted threatening comments to blogger Perez Hilton last week, including a violent photo of two men in suits running from a mob.

“Perez Hilton calld me douchebag so I had my homie shoot up a gay wedding. wasnt his but still made me feel better,” read the tweet with the photo attached.

Fitty also Tweeted Hilton: “stop being so sensitive its a joke. Your acting like a big baby” and, “my next song will make your sweet ass dance lol chill out.”

Haha.

“It’s wrong to make jokes and promote violence against the gay community,” said GLAAD spokesman Rich Ferraro. “Taking down the post is not enough. We wanted him to tell his Twitter followers that what he did was wrong.”

So it’s OK for Perez to attack a beauty pageant contestant because she didn’t give the answer you wanted to hear, but what Fitty said was “promoting violence.” OK then.

A rep for 50 Cent had no comment. But it wasn’t the first time Fitty’s run afoul of the gay community. He told Playboy in a 2004 interview, “I ain’t into faggots. I don’t like gay people around me, because I’m not comfortable with what their thoughts are . . . I’d rather hang out with a straight dude. But women who like women, that’s cool.”

“I’d rather hang out with a straight dude. But women who like women, that’s cool.” Can’t say he doesn’t speak his mind.

His recent Twitter posts have also taken aim at unborn children and pregnant women: “I wanna do something that impact kids in a positive way, thats why im opening an abortion clinic. Ima call it 50/50 chance,” one of them read.

Oh God. I need to get on Fitty’s Twitter account. Then again, I wonder what would happen if he discovered a Twitter account named “KK’s Korner” was following him. My guess is he’d probably laugh and after a few tweet comments he’d want me to hang out with him at the club — I’m straight, after all.

But there’s no way in hell I’m taking that chance.

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September 14, 2010 at 10:03 pm

Posted in Entertainment

Jetting Out The Harassment Manual

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I’m sure this violates some NFL conduct code. Suspend the whole Jets team for four games. Then again, with how the offense looked against the Ravens Monday, it looks like those guys were punished enough.

NFL boss Roger Goodell was demanding answers Sunday night from Jets’ players and coaches accused of subjecting a female sports reporter to sexist locker room conduct.

As they prepare for their season opener Monday night, Gang Green is dealing with a burgeoning scandal over the treatment of Ines Sainz, a sports reporter for TV Azteca of Mexico, during a weekend practice.

Sainz, 32, a former Miss Universe contestant, complained she was bombarded with catcalls and boorish antics at the Jets’ New Jersey training facility to the extent she wanted to “cover my ears.”

“I’m dying of embarrassment!” Sainz tweeted in Spanish.

Goodell immediately ordered an investigation into the “troubling” allegations, which were addressed in a team meeting Sunday night.

“We’ve had contact with the team multiple times and are moving very aggressively to establish the facts,” said NFL spokesman Greg Aiello.

Jets’ owner Woody Johnson called Sainz to hear her side of the story and assure her the team will “take any appropriate steps necessary to maintain a respectful environment for the media.”

“He stressed to Ines that he expects all members of the Jets organization to conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times,” the Jets said in a statement.

Sainz went to the Jets’ Florham Park practice field Saturday to interview quarterback Mark Sanchez. But while waiting for Sanchez, she was blitzed with reprehensible behavior.

Players and coaches seemed to intentionally overthrow passes in her direction, whistled at her, openly ogled her and blocked her path as she attempted to walk away.

Linebacker Jason Taylor reportedly volunteered for the passing drill in hopes of getting near Sainz. Defensive backs coach Dennis Thurman fueled the antics, tossing pigskins in Sainz’s direction.

Nose tackle Kris Jenkins shouted: “Don’t let her act like she doesn’t know English. She speaks English.”

As the harassment went on, Sainz avoided eye contact with players, tweeting, “I am in the locker room of the Jets waiting for Mark Sanchez while trying not to look anywhere!”

After another female reporter showed support for Sainz, Jenkins yelled, “This is our locker room!”

Sainz defended her appearance at the practice session, insisting she dressed modestly. “Jeans and a white button-up blouse [are] in no way inappropriate,” she tweeted, while posting a photo of her attire.

The incident sparked a complaint to the NFL from the Association for Women in Sports Media, saying, “Women in sports media [should be] treated respectfully, equally and professionally while working in the locker room.”

Here’s the outfit in question.

Gee, an woman with those … assets … goes into a locker room full of football players dressed like that. I’m SHOCKED that kind of locker-room behavior went on in an NFL … locker room.

The NFL doesn’t want incidents like this to happen any more? Then implement a dress code for reporters.

No tight jeans.

No cleavage.

No short shorts or mini-skirts.

If the NFL can fine its players for having an untucked jersey or socks that are hiked up too high, then mandating media members to look a certain way should be no trouble at all.

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September 14, 2010 at 9:50 pm

Posted in Sports

kkk’s Rule Of Life #24

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If you take advantage of motorists who pull over to the side of the road whenever an ambulance/fire truck/police car approaches with sirens blazing, your special place in hell is waiting next to the outdoor bagpipe studio.

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September 14, 2010 at 9:34 pm

One-A-Day Performance Popper

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So earlier today I heard a radio ad for One-a-Day pills. The “spokesperson” was an MLB umpire. This guy was talking about how alert he has to be at his job. His reason for taking these pills? Something like, “In this game I try to get any advantage possible.”

Is that really the right thing to say considering the so-called spokesperson’s workplace?

For the record I take One-a-Days. Regular guy flavor. The “uber energy” flavor has a lot less in the container and they’re all the goddamn thing anyway.

Yeah, I know the generic equivalent is cheaper and you get more of them. I buy One-a-Day in bulk so back off.

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September 14, 2010 at 9:30 pm

Posted in Life