Wednesday, October 05, 2005


News worth printing.

And from the "You've got to be fucking kidding me" Dept.;
If you're upset that your digital camera takes blurry, crappy pictures, lighten up. You might actually be capturing a person's aura.
That's the view of Barbara Gray -- energy healer and aura expert -- who says the digital camera is a great tool to examine colorful auras because it "catches things that the eye can't."
Gray admits she usually observes others' auras by just looking at them and unfocusing her eyes, but one day after meditating, her body felt so energized she thought, "I wonder what would happen if we took a picture."
She says her friend snapped a photo of her and the digital camera revealed Gray's plain white shirt half-covered with pink, gold and green colors.
A casual observer might assume the camera was lousy but Gray says she has since looked at other photos and seen not only auras, but orbs, or white balls, which she says represent people who have passed on.
She warns people to watch out when taking pictures at funerals or a historical site like Gettysburg, because she says, "There are so many orbs hanging around."

And from the "NO SHIT SHERLOCK" vault;
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- Steroid king Jose Canseco may have been hitting the long ball during his playing heyday, but off the field he was packing no balls at all.
That's according to his ex-wife and cover girl for September's Playboy, Jessica Canseco, who says Jose's balls from his frequent steroid use were almost non- existent.
In her words, "We're talking about marbles."
Still, the busty blonde bombshell, who was married to the former Oakland Athletics and Texas Rangers slugger from 1996-2000, says it didn't affect Jose's performance in bed since "we all know he was having a lot of sex," referring to the dozens of women she caught him cheating with.
The former Hooters hottie goes into more detail about her life with Jose in her book, Juicy: Confessions of a Former Baseball Wife (Regan Books), which hits stores Sept. 6.

And finally the Hollywood Minute;

It's reported that Kate Moss' name has become slang for cocaine in London. Not because Kate was caught doing it, because she's white, weighs about a gram and can fit in a straw.

Vin Diesel had some triple-X intentions with a young lady in the Dominican Republic and now he's catching heat for it in the press down there. It seems Vin was making the moves on a 23-year-old architecture student at the exclusive Santo Domingo club Praia. However, things took an ugly turn when he invited her back to his hotel and she refused. Vin asked her, "You think this is a game?" He went on to say, "I could be with thousands of girls if I wanted to, but I want to be with you." Vin then called over the club's security people and had the woman escorted out because she refused his advances. A rep for Diesel had no immediate comment.

It's a boy for Nicolas Cage and his wife, Alice Kim. Kal-el Coppola Cage was born yesterday morning in New York City. If you're curious, Kal-el is the birth name of Superman on the planet Krypton. Of course, Coppola is Cage's family name. His uncle is director Francis Ford Coppola.

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