Mick's hair and other odd celebrity collectibles
Fans will pay crazy amounts of money for body parts and even garbage left behind by celebrities.
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I guess there's no such thing as journalism/reporting anymore. The reader is expected to find the information themselves. Where can I get a job to post a question or comment along with an 'opinion' and expect readers to go on www to find the answers?
Next thing I'll find in my MSN search is that MSN won a Pulitzer for their stupid journalism style.
Note to MSN: Stop making the reader find content on other websites. When I click on a story, I expect to read the full story on one page.
With her history you can put the gum in a test tube and start a whole new civilization.
when trash has become valuable is to tell you how Americans are so blinded by satan, that they do what ought not to be done. As scriptures says, because they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, He gave them over to depraved mind, to do what ought not to be done. Men have abandoned natural relations for nnatural ones and became inflamed with lust for one another. God help us! Read Romans: 1: 24-28
Why is it we never get the details about our favorite stars. Just the other day when Justin Beiber took a leak in a mop bucket, a fight broke out with fans of both genders who collect pubic hairs.
I blame this on President Obama.
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