The good news for political conservatives — they finally have a somewhat relevant musical act on their side now! The bad news? It’s Korn. With enough paranoid hyperbole to make even Glenn Beck say, “Uh, that’s a little nutty,” Davis told Billboard that Korn’s new song “Illuminati” was inspired by America’s President, who he calls an “illuminati puppet” who has “dragged this country down into the worst it’s ever been.” GOP pundits and staffers surely celebrated the key Korn endorsement … until one looked “Korn” up on Google and played four seconds of a song. Guess they will just have to go back to praying Bruce Springsteen suffers some kind of brain trauma and converts to Republicanism.
File Under “Ridiculous”
We’re still not too sure what the widely mocked viral video and “song” celebrating online file-sharing site Megaupload is, but we know a few things it is not — dignified, enticing, effective, entertaining (outside of “It’s so bad it’s …”)Universal Music Group claims the video violates its copyrights (several celebrity endorsers work for the label) and had it removed from YouTube and other sites. The file-sharing service told TorrentFreak it’s suing Universal in response. So you’ll just have to illegally download it on one of the 180 million other almost identical sites instead.
More Than a Stealing
There’s a special section of hell — right next to the Adolph Hitler Memorial Drinking Fountain (of Piss) and three volcanoes over from the new 77 Slutty, Infidel Virgins Stripclub and Bacon Dispensary (newly installed for Osama bin Laden) — for people who steal from sick children and their families. Two men in Vermont will one day be lodging nearby after being arrested for swiping a guitar autographed by members of Pearl Jam and given to a cancer-stricken teen in 1991. The boy passed away a few months after receiving the guitar, but it was kept in his family’s home until recently, when the two thieves allegedly stole it and other items. The guitar was recovered but the the Pearl Jam autographs were reportedly sanded off, presumably to make it easier to sell (or maybe to have them replaced with Soundgarden’s signatures).