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No Love For This Tweet

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So if the Muslim Wookie-Fucker would lose his re-election bid in 2012, could this mean a possible lawsuit to KK’s Korner?

Rocker Courtney Love has settled the lawsuit brought against her by a fashion designer who claims she was defamed in a series of Twitter messages.

The settlement with Dawn Simorangkir (a.k.a. the “Boudoir Queen”), which sources say was being finalized Thursday and will be announced next week, will cost Love about $430,000. The first payment of cash is due Thursday, followed by a series of payments to Simorangkir stretched out until 2014.

The settlement ends a case that was watched as closely for the unique legal issues in play as the often-erratic behavior of the defendant. Simorangkir, who became embroiled in a dispute with Love over a $4000 payment for clothing, accused the Hole frontwoman of ruining her business with a series of allegedly defamatory tweets posted during a 20 minute rant in 2009. The trial, which was originally scheduled for late January but was postponed when the parties began talking settlement, would have been the first high-profile courtroom showdown over what constitutes defamation on Twitter.

Love argued that her rantings were merely an expression of opinion and that Simorangkir could not prove how they damaged her. The fashion designer, on the other hand, pointed to Love’s influence as an entertainer and the power of social media to disseminate damaging comments, including that Simorangkir was an “asswipe nasty lying hosebag thief.”

If it does, and the Non-Dialect Negro takes everything I own, at least then he would finally have possession of an actual birth certificate.

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March 3, 2011 at 10:54 pm

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kkk’s Rule Of Life #59

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Whenever someone tells me they don’t get easily offended, I accept that as a challenge.

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March 3, 2011 at 10:31 pm

The Thrill Of Defeat

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Oh God.

So the Pirates are playing some radio ads with nostalgia-like music and some quotes of previous icons.

“The greatest thing in the world is winning a major league game. The second greatest thing in the world is to lose a major league game…” — Chuck Tanner.

Really, Pirates? You’re going with THIS as a marketing strategy?

This makes the, “We Will…” campaign from a few years ago look ingenious.

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March 3, 2011 at 10:31 pm

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A Strike Against Football

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So I turned on my DVR’d “Jim Rome is Burning” show today, and I was burning.

It was bad enough he played an extended clip of the Muslim Wookie Fucker talking about the NFL labor issues. It was even worse when I noticed the bottom-of-the-screen scrawl issuing BrEaKiNg NeWs that the NFL owners and union sides agreed to … add on another 24 hours to the “deadline” for labor talks.

It got … worst … when I heard some additional horseshit about how the players and owners need to consider the fans in all this.

Fuck that.

The owners pay the bills.

The players take years off their lives to engage in this profession.

If the fans wanted to make their voices heard, they would stop going to games and stop buying merchandise. These labor talks aren’t about the fans. They’re about the players and owners. If this pissing contest results in a shortened season, then so be it. They’re only hurting themselves with that scenario. And perhaps for the long-term future of the league, it may be a good thing to get this upcoming labor agreement right.

Who do I side with in this situation? I have to say the players. As I said above, these guys take years off their lives, and with contracts that are not guaranteed, I don’t blame them for trying to get as much financial security as they can. I don’t like the 18-game schedule one bit, and I hope it doesn’t happen. However, it probably will. If that’s the case, then the players need to get as much as they can from this — especially when it comes to expanded rosters.

Without getting into the nuts and bolts of the financial issues that are being discussed behind closed doors, I do like the idea of a rookie salary cap. While I’m not a fan of salary caps in general, if there is a salary cap in place, I think more money should go to proven veterans than rookies. Hopefully, that doesn’t make me a Communist.

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March 3, 2011 at 10:22 pm

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