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FLUXBLOG FILL-IN PART VI: JACKSON NOT SO BAD AFTER ALL

Not guilty, y'all gotta...feel him. Err. No. That's not right. I thought he'd at least be guilty of supplying booze to kids! More »

By: / June 13, 2005

FLUXBLOG FILL-IN PART V: RETURN OF THE FLOYD, REVENGE OF THE JOLIE

Angelina is feeling litigious! Media journalists beware: According to Ananova.com, Angelina Jolie has issued a document to media personnel stating that should they ask personal questions they will be sued for an undisclosed amount. The document reads: "Interviewer will not ask Ms. Jolie any questions regarding her personal relationships. In the event Interviewer… More »

By: / June 13, 2005

FLUXBLOG FILL-IN PART IV: Weekend Link BBQ

Abby McDonald on the video for Jessica Simpson's cover of "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" (featuring Willie Nelson, wtf?): ...Jess has obviously been working long and hard at Cheap Stripper Academy to learn that thrust and swing action (?Daddy, daddy! Look at what I learned today" disturbing mental imagery alert!). More »

By: / June 10, 2005

FLUXBLOG FILL-IN PART III: Okay, okay, here’s Lindsay Lohan!

Lindsay Lohan and Hilary Swank at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards. Lindsay won the best actress award for Mean Girls, and Hilary won in the same category at the 2005 Academy Awards. I'm kinda new to this, so you can feel free to go off on your own snarky tangents in the comments box. You… More »

By: / June 10, 2005

FLUXBLOG FILL-IN PART II: Wholesale Mp3 Warehouse

Just in case you do not make a point of reading the post titles, this is Matthew from Fluxblog filling in for Scott while he's off at Bonnaroo. Please right click/save as for mp3 links. Doleful Lions "Satanic Blood" - There are times on Fluxblog when I have to literally fli… More »

By: / June 10, 2005

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