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June 04, 2005

Trashy gossip magazine

Radar_magazine_1 Famous people who have or have had Tracheostomies. (From ”Give, get, take & have”)

A list of famous people who were saved from choking to death by the Heimlich Maneuver

I hate Cameron Diaz. Just when you thought MTV couldn't get more annoying, they give Cameron Diaz her own show called "Trippin'"

Charles Manson’s blog on Arianna’s site

A Melissa Theuriau fan page

Gallery of the Absurd by “14”. Her interests (From her “About” page): dung beetles, underground art, dodecahedrons, talented and original artists, untalented and unoriginal celebrities, Codex Seriphinianus, number 14, vesica pisces, succulents, Nommo, stratified igneous rock, quantum tea parties, sand storms, Mad Magazine, trashy gossip mags: Star Magazine, US Weekly, InTouch, igloos, cytosine, somnambulists, Loki, secrets, tempting fate, Hollywood exploits, mudskippers, sumo wrestlers, Dali, phil spector's hair, self transforming machine elves, Spain, Japan, Jupiter, walking down Rodeo Drive in dark glasses and gawking at the liposuctioned botoxed freaks buying ugly expensive crap which eventually ends up in a landfill, Johnny Depp, Major Anthony Nelson, Racer X, shape shifters, embedding myself into the digits of Pi, talking frogs who wear spats, 11:11, cheese sold in large blocks, enrolling myself in mystery schools, thwarting genius while embracing madness, lucky charms, ego destruction, and the eradication of mediocrity

If you say a modern celebrity is an adulterer, a pervert and a drug addict, all it means is that you've read his autobiography. Other P. J. O'Rourke Quotes

Rosie O'Donnell’s Flickr account

Are you a celebrity worshiper? Take this quiz

A talent agency for short actors

Phil Spector's Wall of Hair

Which celebrities make the best wine?

Confirmed Elvis Sightings

Many More Unusual Stories About Celebrities Here

June 4, 2005 in Celebrities | Permalink


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