6 Real-Life Vigilantes Crazier Than Batman
Remember how on the last article we were all "Who will stop these menaces?" It's these vigilantes, that's who! That's called a lead in. We're pretty brilliant around here.
Notable Comment: Spoo made us laugh. ""Bald Knobbers", What a knee slapper. Cop Smith: What do you think of this crime scene, Jones? Cop Jones: Looks like a Knob Job to me, Smith. Cop Smith: (sprays coffee) Pfffthhhh!!!"
ROCK STARS HAVE TOO MUCH FREE TIME!
The 6 Most (Certifiably) Insane Tales of Rock Star Behavior
Can't you freaks just hide somewhere when you're not recording wonderful music? (For Sinead O'Connor, that would read "All the time.")
Notable Comment: lblankenshipp says "cracked, you are CONSTANTLY underwhelming me with your sh*tty research. the prince article makes no sense. legally, a writer has the "right of first refusal," which means, no one can record your unreleased song without your permission. once it is released, then anyone may record it, no matter what you want or don't want." You're right, we apologize. We never should have said that Sinead couldn't legally record the song and- Oh...wait...You mean, we didn't say that? Wow. Okay. Okay, still, though, we should apologize because we said that Prince tried to sue Sinead, and according to lblankenshipp, Sinead was completely within her legal rights to record the cover, and-- Oh wait, we never said that? Still, we should apologize because we didn't cite any articles and we really should have-...Wait...wait a minute. We did cite an article? Get outta town! But, no, that would mean that lblankenshipp was just talking out of his/her as an excuse to show off his/her profound knowledge of fancy legal stuff, like "right of first refusal," but still added nothing to the actual article...Weird.