According to a summary of research from Duke University's Visual Cognition Lab:
The part of the country that doesn't listen to Howard Stern and his pranksters learned the answer to that question when an unidentified Stern fan tricked CBS2/KCAL 9 Los Angeles into putting him live on the air as a "spokesman" for California Department of Fish and Game.
Breaking into a report from KCAL 9 reporter Carter Evans, who was within earshot of the firefight between sheriff's deputies and Dorner but was not hit, a KCAL 9 news anchor asks "Mr. Taugher" of "Fish and Game" a series of questions about the first person to spot Dorner.
The "spokesman" then claims that Ronnie the Limo Driver shot Dorner after getting caught in a "fightout" between game wardens and Dorner on his way to a "block party," then tells the anchor, "You know, you're a real dumbass! ..."
This didn't stop the characters from hanging out on Temple Street in downtown Los Angeles. As the trial continues, many of these folks will keep coming back, day after day, to bask in the proximity of being anywhere near another chapter in the legal wrangling that followed the death of the King of Pop.
In 2003, the Times assigned dozens of reporters to find Schwarzenegger's then-rumored love child for its "groping series," which ran just before his election as governor. LA Observed reported that the paper may have lost as many as 9,000 subscriptions over the project.
The website Gawker reminds us that the London Daily Mail in 2003 outed Tanner Tousignant of Brea in Orange County as the child and his mother, Tammy Tousignant, as Schwarzenegger's lover -- and flight attendant aboard his private jet.
No one knows if this is true, and the Times has decided not to tell us, saying they know but won't reveal it due to privacy concerns for Schwarzenegger's other family.
Don't worry. Festival organizers probably have them in what seems to us to be a massive lost-and-found collection.
We've said it before: Vivid Entertainment, the nation's largest porn production house, has been hounding "Octomom" Nadya Suleman like a pimp after a homeless girl.
Sadly, Vivid is giving up. Suleman recently rejected Vivid's "no strings attached" check to cover the February rent on her La Habra tract house, saying, according to the porn maker, "Tell them to keep their money."
On Wednesday Vivid stated that its offer to buy the home has been withdrawn.
So cloak the prisons, right? No, the telecom industry, greedy bastards, say that cloaking would interrupt some signals on streets next to prisons and lose them business. The me-me California prisons guards, CCPOA, insist they need to "call home" (guards and their families should get 2-way radios). So people have to die for these selfish jerks:
The Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim has unveiled a fourth *magical* suite in its new series: the 750-square-foot Fairy Tale Suite. And let us tell you -- it is fucking baller. If princesses could ball.
Or, if you prefer to do your princess balling in more of a humble Snow White setting, six-person log palace Big Thunder next door might "suite" your 2011 somewhat better. Teehee.
The film could sink Proposition 27 on the November 2 ballot in California. Prop. 27 was dreamed up by entrenched Sacramento legislators to undo California voters' approval of a ban on gerrymandering.
Billionaire and Democratic Party insider Haim Saban is trying to help his pals in Sacramento bring back gerrymandering, so he's expected to pour big bucks into Prop. 27. But even Saban's money may not be enough to counter the film by directed by Jeff Reichert.
This time, the Eleventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in Atlanta said the lawsuit has no merit.
In the court's July 15th ruling, according to Courthouse News Service, Judge R. Lanier Anderson wrote that there was "minimal evidence" that customers would confuse the restaurants, "aside from the initial similarity of their names and the fact that they both provide restaurant services."