Wednesday, June 07, 2006

celebrity email addresses {updated}

if I could create and dispense email addresses for political figures and celebrities, here is what they would be:

george bush: manipulative-jew-fag-woman-equality-hating-prick@iamgod.com

paris hilton: gash@easy.com

nicole ritchie: going-for-translucent@skinnybitch.com

donald rumsfeld: just-shut-up-and-put-up@livetokill.com

dick cheney: dick-sucks@onefootonthepeel.com

anne coulter: cunt@cunt.com

britney spears: kfeds-bitch@badmother.com

jessica simpson: brand-me@imawhore.com

ashlee simpson: too-stupid@nosejobsareus.com

michael jackson: middle-eastern-boys-are-yummy@bahrain.com

denise richards: yeah-i-fucked-him@deceitfulbitch.com

bill clinton: will-fuck-chubby-jew-4-bigmac@cigarplay.com

jan crouch: stealing-from-the-poor-and-loving-it@purplewigwhore.com

pat robertson: kikes-spics-chinx-shvats-feathers@thebibleaccordingtome.com

oral roberts: dont-let-the-name-fool-you@gloryholequeen.com

fcc: killing-americans-one-civil-liberty-at-a-time@fcc.com

tom cruise: hubbards-bottom@cult.com

mel gibson: proud-jew-hater@1cheatingcatholic.com

dr. phil: submissive-in-bed@makeithurt.com

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Condoleeza Rice: bad-hair-worse-teeth@ilovebush.com

Arnold Schwarzenegger: big-tough-guy-that-dyes-his-hair@imarriedakennedy.com

Tom Cruise: gayer-than-gay@imakerichardsimmonslookbutch.com

Pat Robertson: only-i-am-going-to-heaven@holierthanthou.com

Donald Trump: pursed-lips-squinty-eyes-always-yelling@dr.combover.com

Hilary Clinton: not-even-my-mother-loves-me@whereisarkansas.com

**let the record show that i LOVE hil's politics and think she's fab-fab-fab. so, if I were to write hil's email address it would be::

hilary clinton: so-I-eat-pussy-Im-A-goddess@menarepigs.com

greatest spam ever!!!

in fact, I am now launching the spammy awards. please submit your award winning spams to: katie for best spam of 2006. although, I do believe the below spam is going to absolutely win spammy of the year!!

Greetings,

My name is Mrs. Fatima Sheikh, widow to late Mr. Abdullah Sheikh, former owner of Petroleum andGas Company, here in Kuwait, I am 68years old, suffering from long time cancer of the breast.

From all indications my condition is really Deteriorating, and it's quite obvious that I won't live more than 2 months according to my doctors, this is because the cancer stage has gotten to a very bad stage, I don't want your pity, but i need your trust.

My late husband died early last year from heart attack, and during the period of our marriage we couldn't produce any child, my late husband was very wealthy, and after his death, I inherited all his business and wealth,The doctor has advised me that I will not live for more than 2 months, so I have now decided to spread all my wealth, to contribute mainly to the development of charity in Africa, America, Asia and Europe.

I'm m sorry if you are embarrassed by my mai. I found your e-mail address in the web directory, and I have decided to contact you.

But if for any reason you find this mail offensive, you can ignore it and please accept my apology.

Before my late husband died he was a major oil tycoon, in Kuwait and deposited the sum of 25million dollars (Twenty Five million dollars) in a company in South Africa some years ago.

thats all I have left now, I need you to collect this funds and distribute it yourself to charity.

So that when I die my soul can rest in peace, the funds will be entirely in hands and management, I hope God gives you the wisdom to touch very many lives that is my main concern. 20% of this money will be for your time and effort, while 80% goes to charity.

don't like google? build a bridge and get over it

Brin says Google compromised principles
By TED BRIDIS, Associated Press Writer Tue Jun 6, 10:47 PM ET

WASHINGTON - Google Inc. co-founder Sergey Brin acknowledged Tuesday the dominant Internet company has compromised its principles by accommodating Chinese censorship demands. He said Google is wrestling to make the deal work before deciding whether to reverse course.

Meeting with reporters near Capitol Hill, Brin said Google had agreed to the censorship demands only after Chinese authorities blocked its service in that country. Google's rivals accommodated the same demands — which Brin described as "a set of rules that we weren't comfortable with" — without international criticism, he said.

"We felt that perhaps we could compromise our principles but provide ultimately more information for the Chinese and be a more effective service and perhaps make more of a difference," Brin said.

Brin also addressed Internet users' expectations of privacy in an era of increased government surveillance, saying Americans misunderstand the limited safeguards of their personal electronic information.

"I think it's interesting that the expectations of people with respect to what happens to their data seems to be different than what is actually happening," he said.

Google has battled the U.S. Justice Department in court seeking to limit the amount of information the government can get about users' Internet searches. It also says it has not participated in any programs with the National Security Agency to collect Internet communications without warrants.

Google's free e-mail service is among the Internet's most popular.

Brin visited Washington to ask U.S. senators to approve a plan that would prevent telephone and cable companies from collecting premium fees from companies such as Google, Microsoft and Yahoo! for faster delivery of their services. Brin, dressed casually in jeans, sneakers and a black sport jacket, said he wasn't sure whether he changed any lawmakers' minds.

Google's China-approved Web service omits politically sensitive information that might be retrieved during Internet searches, such as details about the 1989 suppression of political unrest in Tiananmen Square. Its agreement with China has provoked considerable criticism from human rights groups.

"Perhaps now the principled approach makes more sense," Brin said. The Paris-based group Reporters Without Borders said Tuesday that Google's main Web site, http://www.google.com, was no longer accessible in most Chinese provinces due to censorship efforts, and that it was completely inaccessible throughout China on May 31.

Brin said Google is trying to improve its censored search service, Google.cn, before deciding whether to reverse course. He said virtually all the company's customers in China use the non-censored service.

"It's perfectly reasonable to do something different, to say, 'Look, we're going to stand by the principle against censorship and we won't actually operate there.' That's an alternate path," Brin said. "It's not where we chose to go right now, but I can sort of see how people came to different conclusions about doing the right thing."

 

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