'War on Drugs'=FAIL

Anger over Fukushima spills on streets in Tokyo anti-nuke protests

Weiner Roast

Anthony Weiner (RepWeiner) on Twitter

Timeline of Rep. Weiner's online sex scandal

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Weiner Resists Pressure to Resign

LADOT peeved over Adult Film POV!

Amazing story that broke last month, on LADOT workers involved in adult filming, while on duty. Check the story links below!

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LADOT officers accused of taking part in porno while on-duty ...

May 1, 2011... of two LADOT employees apparently taking part in a pornographic film ... a video of two uniformed officers appearing in an adult video. ..

Porn performers and regulators clash

Los Angeles Daily News - Susan Abram - ‎Jun 8, 2011‎
This image of an actress and a Los Angeles Department of Transportation traffic officer appearing in a pornographic movie is part of an NBC4 LA report. Lawyers nitpicked at the definition of the word genitalia. ...

Röyksopp - Remind Me

Sublime With Rome: Murdera (Audio)

The Black Keys tighten up on ad companies and NJ Banks

You know how that song by The Black Keys seems to be on all the commercials these days? Well the guys in the band may not be so happy with a few of them...read more below!

The Black Keys duo is suing New Jersey's largest commercial bank and a ...

"Tighten Up” was used as instrumental background as Valley National CEO Gerald H. Lipkin addressed customers in a television commercial, according to the lawsuit, and the commercial continue to air even after the bank was sent a letter from The Black Keys’ representatives demanding that it stop."


“How certain artists make money is changing, and it’s less about albums and it can be more about licensing income,” Tortella said. “For The Black Keys, that (licensing) is their number one source of income.”

1,2,3 - Work

Pittsburgh duo 1,2,3 just premiered the brand new video for their single "Work" yesterday on VEVO. The video, directed by Drew Norton (who fans may remember as the director of the band’s Green Screening performance, and Phantogram’s “Mouthful of Diamonds” video), features vivid imagery of Nic and Josh’s hometown and the daily blue-collar routine of many of Pittsburgh’s working citizens. When 1,2,3 premiered the track on Spinner last month, Nic described a friend’s instructions to him which became the inspiration for the song:

“…he told me I should write a working class anthem. I said I didn't know if I could. I still don't know, but, I wrote this song anyway."