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Aug 27 2010, 2:53am CDT
THERE’S quite the kerfuffle in musicville, after it turned out that a number of wealthy musicians were ferreting their money away in tax avoidance schemes.
Lazy people are vomiting into their hands about how awful it all is, while even lazier fans of said bands are saying “CUH! LIKE YOU WOULDN’T AVOID TAX IF YOU COULD!”, despite the fact most people can’t, don’t and wouldn’t.
All four members of Arctic Monkeys, George Michael, Gary Bar ...
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8 hours ago, 2:15pm CDT
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Being the target of a diss is never a cute moment (especially if, deep down, you know it’s deserved). But when a celebrity throws shade at another celebrity, it’s usually done in public — i.e., in a magazine, on Twitter, buried in a bitchy Instagram comment. It’s out there for the world to see, and it’s humiliating.
Just ask poor Madonna, who Elt ...
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23 hours ago, 11:01pm CDT
“It’s alright to cry, even my dad does it sometimes,” Ed Sheeran urges towards the end of X, an album that’s so shrouded in Nice Guy Syndrome that Sheeran deserves his own tackily named subgenre. In the larger context of mainstream music trends, the acoustic strummer falls under the heading of Sad-Boy Pop. He may be alone emotionally, but Sheeran and a few similar chart-topping artists — like Sam Smith ...
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1 day ago, 10:15am CDT
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Guest Writer Beano Niblock with a review of a sports book by Gary Imlach.If you are expecting a run of the mill account of how a young footballing protégé made good, accrued countless millions from both the sport and subsequent franchises, acquired a WAG and became a much sought after pundit post career, you will be sorely disappointed. Gary Imlach instead gives us a poignant — but not sentimental or fawning — account of his father’s short career as a professional football throughout the f ...
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4 days ago, 9:00am CDT
Joseph Farah’s “Elton John, meet Jesus” made excellent arguments until he stated, “A marriage union that remains unconsummated never happened in the eyes of the law.”
I’ve seen widows and widowers in their 70s and 80s getting married; many of them never consummate. Nor can, say, a soldier whose manhood was destroyed in war.
The key point is that they follow the pattern of the biological unit of sexual reproduction: one male, one female. ...
Full article at: WND
Jul 3 2014, 6:40pm CDT
“If Jesus Christ was alive today, I cannot see him, as the Christian person that he was and the great person that he was, saying this could not happen. He was all about love and compassion and forgiveness and trying to bring people together, and that is what the church should be about.”
– Elton John, justifying “marrying” his male partner next year
Elton John, meet the real Jesus – not the Jesus of your imagination and self-justification.
Jesus wasn’t just a ...
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Jul 2 2014, 6:21pm CDT
• 14 infamous celebrity trial walks. Like, coming from a court room. – HLN TV • Elton John makes a pretty bold statement about same-sex marriage. – Your Tango • Kate Hudson has joined Instagram, ya’llll. – The Frisky • The ultimate guide to … More »Crush Links: Elton John Made A Bold Statement About Same-Sex Marriage is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, ...
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Jul 2 2014, 2:00pm CDT
In the same-sex marriage debate, Elton John believes he knows where Jesus would've stood ...
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Jul 1 2014, 3:20am CDT