Thursday, June 18, 2009
We've just learned the lead singer of 80's hair band Warrant was arrested for misdemeanor DUI traffic accident last night in Los Angeles.
Cops tell TMZ Jani Lane was involved in a small fender bender in the Woodland Hills area at around 9:30 PM. We're told Lane hit a parked car, no one was injured, but when cops arrived at the scene he showed signs of intoxication.
The 45-year-old singer was arrested and is currently being held on $30,000 bail.
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
There really is NOTHING Gene Simmons won't Put the Kiss logo or his face on.
Exhibit (A) from Gene's website.
Yep. For all of you who have always wanted to pee on my face!!! Now you can.
A&E has put GENE SIMMONS FAMILY JEWELS URINAL CAKES throughout the country, featuring my face on the cakes. They're in most bathrooms. Now, for those of you who need detail = all you need to do is point your tool into the urinal, hit the "cake" with your flow and don't be surprised if the urinal cake talks back to you!!!
And please, leave the urinal cake in the pee hole for others to enjoy.
Reports have come in that some of you have been stealing 'em. If so, kindly remember to wash 'em before you take 'em home.
Is a duet with William hung far away? Let's hope so.
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
ELVH Inc. -- Eddie's company -- filed a federal lawsuit against Nike last week, laced with allegations of copyright infringement. The suit claims a series of designs Eddie trademarked -- designs which have prominently been displayed on his guitars since 1978 -- were lifted by Nike without his consent.
The suit is not only seeking monetary retribution -- it also calls for "the impoundment and destruction of all footwear."
Monday, June 15, 2009
A North Carolina man is facing criminal charges for creating an amusing piece of public art from construction barrels. Joseph Carnevale, 21, was nabbed Wednesday after a Raleigh Police Department investigation determined that he was responsible for the work (seen above) constructed May 31 on a roadway adjacent to North Carolina State University. Carnevale was charged with misdemeanor larceny for allegedly building his orange monster from materials pilfered from a construction site. According to an arrest warrant, Carnevale "destroyed three road blocking barrels by cutting and screwing them together to form a statue." Police estimated that Carnevale's artwork caused $360 in damages to Hamlett Associates, the North Carolina construction company that owned the barrels.
Priceless to those of us who have to endure the summer construction season-seemingly- year long. Way to go man!