DeKalb lawyer Scott Robert Erwin, was suspended for 15 months Thursday for arranging to have a female client perform nude dances for him in exchange for credit on her legal fees, a state commission said. Erwin agreed to represent her on several legal matters, and they mutually agreed that she perform nude dances for him in his office as a way to cut down on the legal fees, according to the report.
She claimed that on several occasions from February to June in 2002 she would go to his office, remove her clothing and dance for half-hour sessions. She also claimed that Erwin continued to go to Heartbreakers, where he would pay the $15 entrance fee but wouldn't pay her for performing nude dances.
Apparently he racked up a little more in dances than what she oweds so she went to the police. Classic, what else do you expect when you are running with a peeler? I guess she straightened out and is selling houses now. I guess anybody can be a real estate agent these days.
So I tuned into HBO’s True Blood for the second episode Sunday night. It moved a long much better and I can see how this is going to get interesting. The little meeting of vamps at Anna Paquin's boyfriends house gave me some hope that things are going to get good.
I couldn't help but notice in the bar a big display of Heinken beer bottles. A nice piece of advertising but I would doubt that anything besided Bud and Coors is being bought in that bar. Do they expect us to believe that those rednecks are toppping up for a premium beer? Doubtfull. I drink Heineken and still bitch about the price and I don't live in a trailer. Shame on you HBO, you should be finding sponsors like Billy Beer, Duff or Fudd.
Here's a gratuitous shot of Anna Paquin
Take a look at this photo and tell me how anybody in their right mind could mistake this haggered old bag for a 15 year old girl. The article says she is 33 years old which is a stretch if you ask me. A hard 33 if anything. Wendy Brown, of Green Bay, faces a felony identity theft charge after enrolling in Ashwaubenon High School as her 15-year-old daughter, who lives in Nevada with Brown's mother. Wendy wanted to relive the years she never had. Brown wanted to get her high school degree and become a cheerleader because she didn't have a childhood and wanted to regain a part of her life that she'd missed.
The only problem is that she bounced a check she used to pay for her cheerleading career. The $134.50 check Brown gave to the cheerleading coach for her uniform bounced. I guess that is what arroused the suspision. Not the fact that she looks 50 years old. She even went to practices, was assigned a locker and attended a pool party at the coaches house. Hats off to the coaches for being on top of their game. Maybe they are just barely hanging on.
Okay so not at once obviously but over the course of his lifetime. Dan Gorske from Fond Du Lac, Wis. says he has eaten 23,000 Big Macs over the past 36 years and he can prove it. He has his receipts for every burger he has purchased. Keeping up with the diet craze Dan used to order fries every day but started to cut back in the 1990's. He now only eats them about once a month. He eats two Big Macs and two parfaits a day. "Despite a diet some would call unhealthy, Mr. Gorske says he keeps himself in good shape. He says he's 6-foot-2 and weighs 185 pounds, and walks as many as 16 kilometres a day." He has even recorded the eight days that hasn't had a Big Mac over the past 36. Can you imagine eating two Big Macs every single day? I eat one and I feel like crap for a week. You can read more of Dan Gorske's story at the source.
I love this story, it's right out of a Seinfeld episode. The one where Jerry had to deliver the mail for Newman. Scottish postman working in Germany hoarded at least 20,000 letters at home. He was just a little too busy and got behind. "Investigating officers found rubbish bags and boxes full of letters and other post stashed around the man's flat and cellar. He told police he had got behind with deliveries because of his night school studies and felt too "overtaxed" to catch up. Police said at a conservative estimate, the hoard, which the man had built up since, comprised at least 20,000 letters. Two vans were needed to remove it."
What makes the story even funnier is that he wasn't delivering his own mail to himself. I guess he didn't have any credit cards or bills to worry about it.
I guess poor old Gary Coleman just wants to be left alone. You might remember how tempermental he was on the The Surreal Life when he flipped out and walked off of the set or when he pleaded no contest back in 1999 to disturbing the peace after he punched a fan seeking an autograph. Yesterday he was involved in an accident in Utah after he allegedly hit a pedestrian with his truck. "Payson police Lt. Bill Wright said Colt Rushton and Coleman got into an argument in the early morning hours Saturday over pictures Rushton had taken of Coleman inside the bowling alley. He said the argument continued outside, and that Coleman hit Rushton and a car as he was backing out of a parking space." The bottom line, I wouldn't want to mess with him and I wonder why people still are. No word on how big the truck was but it must have been a mid size to warrent the police coming out.