Remember we showed you pics of Justin Bieber and his little Disney girlfriend Selena Gomez minus her purity ring holding hands and skipping in Miami? Well that’s not all those two crazy kids were up to on South Beach. Continue »
In the days of holistic healing and organic cleansing this doesn’t surprise us one bit. Continue »
When he’s in NYC, this suspect R&B singer, his six Grammys and his model girlfriend crash in this swanky 1,350 square foot apartment. No wonder he makes good music. Can you guess who calls this crib home? Continue »
This guy is AWESOME! His “career” is the hustle of all hustles, clap for him.
Daniel Balsam hates spam. Most everybody does, of course. But he has acted on his hate as few have, going far beyond simply hitting the delete button. He sues them.
Eight years ago, Balsam was working as a marketer when he received one too many e-mail pitches to enlarge his breasts.
Enraged, he launched a website called Danhatesspam.com, quit a career in marketing to go to law school and is making a decent living suing companies who flood his e-mail inboxes with offers of cheap drugs, free sex and unbelievable vacations.
“I feel like I’m doing a little bit of good cleaning up the Internet,” Balsam said.
From San Francisco Superior Court small claims court to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Balsam, based in San Francisco, has filed many lawsuits, including dozens before he graduated law school in 2008, against e-mail marketers he says violate anti-spamming laws.
His many victories are mere rain drops in the ocean considering that Cisco Systems. estimates that there are 200 billion spam messages circulating a day, accounting for 90% of all e-mail.
Still, Balsam settles enough lawsuits and collects enough from judgments to make a living. He has racked up well in excess of $1 million in court judgments and lawsuit settlements with companies accused of sending illegal spam.
Man, we’re mad we didn’t think of this idea hahaha! It must be very satisfying to sit in court, have a judge give you money, and watch opposing lawyers lose their sh*t in frustration. Kudos sir, you’re a great man, and a fine American.
This young lady was out with her “funny man” father at “Family Night At The Staples Center” to watch the Heat hand the Lakers their a** last night in L.A. For years, her dad tried to convince us he really was funny, until he gave it up a few years ago. Can you name the D-Listed Comedy Dad? Continue »
Out And About: Kelly Rowland, Gucci Mane, and Jermaine Dupri Doin’ The Damn Thing In The Club In Atlanta
The streets of Atlanta were poppin last night as various celebrities came out to enjoy the holiday spirit at Club Halo. Continue »
Forget The Hoes, Spain’s Christmas Lottery Makes It Rain On The Whole Damn Country…3 Billion Dollars Worth Of Rain!!
Maaaan listen, Spain got it RIGHT with their lottery system! Can you imagine how much money would be distributed if America used this same style? If they don’t re-elect Obama we might have to find some property in Madrid
Spain’s beloved Christmas lottery sprinkled 2.3 billion euros ($3 billion) in holiday cheer across the country Wednesday, handing out winnings eagerly welcomed by a nation facing 20 percent unemployment.
One of the most awaited days of the year in Spain served up merry moments for people struggling to make mortgage payments and pay bills, or those seeking jobs. One lottery vendor said he had hired a medium to lure good luck.
The government-run lottery billed as the world’s richest has no single jackpot but operates a complex share-the-wealth system in which thousands of five-digit numbers running from 00000 to 84999 win at least something. It is known as “El Gordo” (The Fat One) and dates back to 1812.
Tax-free winnings range from the face value of a 20-euro ($26.31) ticket — in other words, you get your money back — to a top prize of 300,000 euros ($394,650).
The sweepstakes, which goes on for three hours, informally ushers in the Christmas season. Many Spaniards spend the day glued to TV sets, radios and computers, waiting to see if they are among the lucky. People often team up to buy shares of tickets sold by bars, sports clubs and business offices.
We need to get a petition started, a youtube video, a demonstration, SOMETHING! But we need this here stateside ASAP!