Friday, August 20, 2010
Bret Michaels has filed a $5-million lawsuit against a Syracuse, New York promoter for postponing a concert without his knowledge. According to the complaint, the Poison frontman was set to perform in Syracuse on August 5th. But when he and the crew showed up, there was no stage at the venue. The promoter, Michael Banks, claimed the show wasn't going to happen since Michaels scheduled an appearance on NBC's America's Got Talent that same night -- even though the show had been taped. The suit claims Banks breached their contract and exposed Michaels to public contempt and ridicule with defamatory statements about his schedule.
You Push Me Off The Stage....
I Hit You With My Mic Stand!
That's The Aerosmith Way!
Video of Steven Tyler "accidentally" hitting Joe Perry on the head with his mic stand - looks like things are going very well in the Aerosmith camp these days. See Them While You Can.
Thursday, August 19, 2010
A bull leapt into the packed grandstands of a Spanish bullring and ran amok, charging and trampling spectators and leaving 40 people injured, regional officials said Thursday.
The Video below shows the bull jumping several meters (yards) high out of the ring, clearing two barriers before landing in the stands and raising a panic as he lurched through the screaming crowd, charging and tossing everything he could.
1100 lbs animal was brought under control by experienced bull handlers after several minutes and later killed.
Legendary rock star and hunting advocate Ted Nugent was fined $1,750 in Yuba County Superior Court Friday after pleading no contest to charges of baiting deer and not having a properly signed hunting tag stemming from a 2009 incident in California.
California Department of Fish and Game spokesman Patrick Foy told the Appeal-Democrat that a game warden "just about fell out of his chair" when he saw Nugent kill an immature buck on an episode of "Spirit of the Wild," Nugent's hunting show on the Outdoor Channel, which aired earlier this year.
Further investigation into the incident revealed that the area had been baited with "C'mere Deer." Using any sort of wildlife attractant is illegal in California.
Nugent was originally facing an additional charge for killing an immature buck but this was dropped during negotiations between his attorney and the Yuba County District Attorney's Office, Foy said.
Nugent and two co-defendants -- Mitchell Moore and Ross Patterson, who also pleaded no contest -- did not appear in court. Patterson was fined $1,225 for taking an animal with bait, while Moore was fined $700 for possessing an animal illegally.
It's NOT his Birthday, Wedding, or Rehab Day of Note... it's the 1 year Anniversary of his last non-planned "stage dive" in Sturgis, S.D. - when all the fallout began with the band. Nearly a year to the day Steven took to the crowd again - this time thanks to a hip check from Joe Perry. Planned, Faked, or Bitter Stage Vengeance... you decide below....
ANOTHER VIEW LOOK OUT!!!!
Are you a real man?
That all depends on whether or not you've seen the following 10, pre-2000s movies.
If there are any flicks on this list that you have not seen, you need to rent them right away.
10. Bloodsport (1988)
9. Top Gun (1986)
8. RoboCop (1987)
7. Goodfellas (1990)
6. Cobra (1986)
5. Reservoirs Dogs (1992)
4. Full Metal Jacket (1987)
3. Animal House (1978)
2. Predator (1987)
1. Die Hard (1988)
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