That David Cassel guy keeps telling people
about all the problems they're having! :)
And is the death of AOL being stage-managed and spun?
Their subscriber-rate is growing so slowly, they've
decided to stop telling the press whether or not they've added another
So you don't find anything if you search Yahoo for "Gitchy Gitchy Ya Ya
Da Da." It wants the song's actual title -- "Lady Marmalade."
Searching Usenet, though, there's a bunch of comments.
the first time I heard it, I thought it was kind of catchy. However, after hearing it 5
times, it had worn thin.
...so freaking dreadful, that I literally hold my fingers in my
ears when it comes on. I'm told, "wear a walkman." You know, its like, "fuck off,
YOU wear the walkman and keep that dreadful shit private
or go to a freakin DANCE CLUB. This is a gym."
I have no point. I just wanted to start a thread with the
title gitchy gitchy ga ga ya ya. Anyway, come to the chat room. I'm naked. And
By the way, I'm still getting Google searches for the phrase "Picture of Heather Havrilesky"
-- and there's a funny reason why. The second sentence
in Google's blurb was from a
different part of my blog, about the model on Herb Albert's
famous 1965 album cover "Whipped Cream."
With an ellipse Google conflated the
two snippets into this...
Former Suck.com Filler writer Heather Havrilesky --
on Spider-Man! ... When the picture was taken, she was three
Mark Fuhrman wrote a stinging editorial blaming Michael Skakels' family for his legal predicament. He argues they tried to cover it up to protect the Kennedy reputation. And it backfired.
Fuhrman told ABC News a damning anecdote about Skakel's time at the private school his family shipped him to.
At one point Skakel actually "wore a sign around his neck...that said, 'I'm a rich, arrogant brat. Ask me why I killed my friend Martha'."