Thursday, September 18, 2008

News Story Of The Day: Whatchoo Talkin' 'Bout, Willis?


Man... I would never admit I got my ass beat by Gary Coleman, even if his bodyguard and wife helped.

Wait - someone married Gary Coleman?

Gary Coleman sued over Utah bowling alley ruckus

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Gary Coleman has been sued by a man who claims the actor punched him and ran into him with his truck in a Payson bowling alley parking lot, causing knee, back and neck injuries.

Colt Rushton, 24, of Spanish Fork, says he and Coleman got into an argument Sept. 6 after he began taking pictures of the "Diff'rent Strokes" actor with a cell phone.

Coleman, 40, was charged with misdemeanor reckless driving and disorderly conduct in Payson City Justice Court. A court clerk said Thursday there had been no notification that Coleman is represented by a lawyer.

In the civil lawsuit, filed Wednesday in 4th District Court, Rushton's account of the confrontation said Coleman's bodyguard, Paul Rohbock, told Rushton he would have to pay $20 per picture if he continued taking photos.

Rushton's attorney, Dustin Lance, said Rushton stopped taking pictures, but when he later saw Coleman sitting in his truck close to the steering wheel, he thought it was funny and took another picture.

The lawsuit contends Rushton was attacked from behind by Rohbock or Coleman's wife, Shannon Price, and that his cell phone was taken away. The lawsuit also contends Coleman punched Rushton in the chest several times.

"He's saying, 'Gary, you can leave, I'm sorry, I'll delete the pictures, just please give me my phone back,'" Lance said.

Coleman could not immediately be reached for comment Thursday. There is no telephone listing for him in the Santaquin area where he lives.

The lawsuit said Coleman wouldn't return the phone, and that Coleman hit Rushton and a car as he was trying to leave the parking lot.

The former "Diff'rent Strokes" TV star moved to Santaquin in 2005, about the time he starred in "Church Ball," a film based on basketball leagues formed by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

"Diff'rent Strokes" aired from 1978 to 1986.

Payson is about 52 miles southeast of Salt Lake City.

Speaking of Smite...

One of my all-time favorite Far Side cartoons. Whenever I hear "smite," I think of this and laugh.

Vid Of The Day: Cat Vs. Printer

Yeah, cat, kick that printer's ass. Must be a Brother brand printer. Brother = worst printer I've ever had. Ever. And I've had tons. Brother = pure shite. They should call it Mother, as in, "You stupid motherf*cking printer!" Not that I'm bitter.

Impatient types: don't miss the end. It's only a minute and change.


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Found Porn - Updated

I've run this before but people keep sending me new ones, so let's give it another spin. A lot of these are from Maxim.com.











































































































Here's a submission from LOTD reader Mark W., who says, "This gives a whole new meaning to Green Bay Packer."



From Elizabeth



From Meg, who says, "My husband and I saw these EVERYWHERE in France," which makes sense, because we know what horndogs the French are.



Two great covers from my buddy Pete.





From Gary


"Mom & Dad's cookout was a total pig fuck."

From CDP



Two from TheMovie Guru





Two from Bill





From Cass



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From Vinnie



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