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To our faithful readers:
witz.org has been busier that usual lately working on a special project, but will be back at full strength in mid-June.
In the meantime, get in the wayback machine and peruse hundred of entries by visiting witz.org | the archives …
The pale one calls out the tan one; it’s funny because it’s true:
Robbie Williams was on the receiving end of Morrissey’s misery this weekend when he appeared on the Jonathan Ross Show in the UK.
Morrissey apparently walked up to the former Take That singer and announced to him: “You look very orange.”
READ: Morrissey-solo | Morrissey to Robbie Williams – ‘You look very orange’ (Jonathan Ross Show)
Pete Doherty shocked MTV News (UK) TV crews during a recent backstage interview when he squirted a syringe of his own blood at a news camera.
Pure craziness – you can watch the shocking clip here (PC only) or if you rock a Mac, watch the video after the jump…
Seriously, what is the betting line on when Doherty is going to die? Late 2006? Early 2007?
Read: NME.COM – News – Pete Doherty in MTV syringe fiasco
Watch: Pete Doherty’s most shocking moment: MTV (USA)
or See the video after the jump…
Amazing photography portfolio of the Israeli (!) Death Metal scene – which includes this fella above.
Check Out: …Welcome to Muir Vidler… (photographer)
Via: honeyee.com | Paul Mittleman blog
Our advice: When you pass the Hell’s Angels compound on East 3rd Street, put your head down and keep walking.
Servetti, 29, was walking with a pal past the Angels’ clubhouse on East Third Street Sunday morning when he was so taken with the shiny Harleys parked outside that he decided to sit on one.
Seconds later, two men came running out of the club, he told cops.
Read: TOURIST CATCHES ‘HELL’ : New York Post Online Edition
The New York Times is running a fascinating interactive piece (powered by Google Maps) that shows murders in NYC between 2003 and 2005 by location.
Great for choosing where NOT to rent your next apartment…
READ: Homicides and Crime in New York City – New York Times Interactive Graphic