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Week of 27 June 2011
27 June 2011
More than twenty years after his death, Graham Chapman will star in an upcoming movie with the Monty Python gang ...
Henry Rollins has boots hurled at him, owns hurler ...
Can Matt Damon bring clean water to Africa? ...
Newspaper tycoon Conrad Black is going back to jail ...
Mackenzie Phillips, famously drug-addled TV star, is in training to become an addiction counselor ...
Brady Bunch mom Florence Henderson says she got crabs from sleeping with then-Mayor of New York City John Lindsay ...
Wisconsin State Supreme Court Justice David Prosser allegedly tried to strangle benchmate Ann Walsh Bradley ...
Georgia's new "get tough on illegal immigration" law works so well, crops are being left to rot ...
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is reportedly in critical condition in Cuban hospital ...
Diabetes cases are skyrocketing worldwide, and US levels are among the highest ...
Futurama's writers reveal six hidden jokes you probably missed ...
Actress Elaine Stewart dies at her home in Beverly Hills ...
Retired Congressman from Ohio Charles W. Whalen, Jr. dies at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, DC ...
28 June 2011
Schlock moviemaker Michael Bay demands that the nation's projectionists help save his next silly Transformers movie ...
US Supreme Court does something that makes sense, strikes down law banning sale of violent video games to kids ...
Mount Everest climber discovers missing friend frozen solid near the peak ...
US Rep Michelle Bachmann (R-Minnesota) claims the spirit of psychotic clown serial killer John Wayne Gacy ...
Former Governor Rod Blagojevich (D-Illinois) on guilty verdicts: "I frankly am stunned" ...
Los Angeles Dodgers file for bankruptcy protection ...
US Transportation Security Administration forces 95-year-old wheelchair-bound cancer patient to remove her adult diaper ...
Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) gets a $10M going away present from his plastics company ...
It's news to Newsweek that the US Pentagon funnels billions of dollars to support Middle East dictators ...
29 June 2011
Pope tweets ...
Linda Hogan says she feared hubby Hulk would kill her, but Hulk tells Bubba the Love Sponge his ex is "delusional" ...
US war in Afghanistan costs $20B per year, just for air conditioning ...
Thomas Jane says he was fired from Sylvester Stallone movie for being white and having a big dick ...
Tiger Woods says he won't golf again until he's healed ...
Gene Weingarten is not a "brand" ...
Abercrombie & Fitch is sued over alleged discrimination against Muslim woman ...
Judge orders Charlie Sheen's wages docked for child support ...
The most histrionic conservative reactions to gay marriage ...
30 June 2011
Kristin Chenoweth wants New York City to get with it and get a Sonic already ...
Disney prepping adventure movie based on Matterhorn ride ...
Why did Bank of America escape prosecution? (And do you really have to ask?) ...
MySpace deal makes Justin Timberlake a real-life Sean Parker ...
To Catch a Predator's skeezy host Chris Hansen is caught by hidden cameras cheating on his wife ...
Opus Dei gets sued for alleged brainwashing ...
Canadians seek to breed a new and improved honey bee ...
Merrill Lynch report concludes that world's wealthiest people are richer now than before the economic meltdown ...
Joe Rogan is back to re-host NBC's reborn Fear Factor ...
Microsoft turns to unused TV airwaves to solve spectrum crisis ...
1 July 2011
National Basketball Association owners join National Football League owners in locking out athletes ...
Dr Pepper Snapple Group sues renegade bottler for making its Dr Pepper soda pop too delicious ...
Los Angeles Dodgers' bankruptcy lawyers plan to put Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig under oath ...
Nixon-era documents reveal now-Fox News CEO Roger Ailes' proposal for a Republican News Network ...
Tracy Morgan is in hot water again after making jokes about "retarded kids", "cripple" ...
Science confirms In-N-Out Burger is the best, and McDonald's is the worst ...
Birthers sue Esquire over parody, seeking more than $200M ...
Tobey Maguire files papers denying he's awesome at poker ...
AOL invites engineers to create innovative products in space leased from Google ...
Stephen Colbert gets US Federal Election Commission blessing to start super-PAC ...
The Los Angeles Times actually pays a reporter to recap last night's So You Think You Can Dance ...
France becomes first country to ban fracking ...
Aaron Carter says Michael Jackson gave him cocaine ...
Bristol Palin and the challenge of calling rape, rape ...
Prince William and Kate visit Canada ...
2 July 2011
Columbia Journalism Review is not too keen on Clark Kent, journalist ...
Spike Lee can't get work in Hollywood ...
Federal Judge blocks Kansas from effectively banning abortions ...
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has cancer ...
Google is in preliminary talks to buy Hulu ...
Minnesota government shuts down ...
Maria Shriver files for divorce from Arnold ...
It's a new Leonardo Da Vinci painting, say the experts ...
Daniel Radcliffe wants to direct ...
3 July 2011
MySpace co-founder Tom Anderson says Google's new Google+ social network will beat Facebook ...
Chord Overstreet is leaving Glee ...
Radio wingnut Alex Jones says dimethyltryptamine elves want the elites to kill us all ...
Randy Jackson says he was once shot by rock'n'roll icon Tina Turner ...
Prince William and Kate plant an annoying "Love Tree" in Canada ...
Linda Hogan tells ex-husband Hulk: "Be a big boy" and apologize ...
Are there too many tits exposed on HBO? ...
English actress Anna Massey dies from cancer ...