Thursday, December 24, 2009 10:23 AM By Ed Man Chew , In , , , ,

Revenge, Facebook Style: Brother 1, Sister 0

Article written by: Andre Sanchez
Posted on: December 22, 2009

I’ve been laughing for the past 3 minutes about this. SoJones family, if your sibling gets on your very last nerve and you have some juicy blackmail material on them, what do you do?

The picture below explains everything, but let me tell you what happened in short:

Chris hides beer in his bedroom (we assume he’s underaged). Sister snitches on him. “asian parents are [f*ing] strict” as he explains, and they subsequently ground him for three months.

Infuriated and looking to get back at his sister, Chris subsequently discovers her very graphically detailed notes entitled “My hook up list” which describes her goals and aspirations for getting down with 10 different individuals, some of whom are crossed off aka “mission accomplished”. So what does dear brother do with this scandalous material?

He of course scans and posts it on his Facebook account. Tags hella people on it, including named “targets” who quickly find and comment on.

Click pic to enlarge.


Pee-wee is Back Bitches!

Saturday, December 12, 2009 11:25 AM By Ed Man Chew , In ,

Pee-wee Herman's big comeback

By MIKE CIDONI, Associated Press Writer Mike Cidoni, Associated Press Writer – Fri Dec 11, 9:28 am ET

LOS ANGELES – The star may be Pee-wee, but his new live stage show is absolutely huge.

"The Pee-wee Herman Show," opening next month in downtown Los Angeles at Club Nokia theater, cost millions to mount. It boasts 11 actors, 20 puppets and marks the show's first production since 1982.
So, why now?


Wow! I'm glad that I have unlimited texts!

Friday, December 11, 2009 11:27 AM By Ed Man Chew , In , , ,

Photo courtesy of KTVU

A father's $21,917.59 phone bill

For some, $21,000 covers college tuition or helps buy a house. Unfortunately, for an unemployed father from Hayward, this is the amount he owes Verizon. According to Ted Estarija, his 13-year-old son racked up those surreal charges after being added to the account. Estarija claims he had asked Verizon to place limits on the son's plan, reports KTVU.
"This is not completely his fault, I put more blame on Verizon than anybody. They shouldn't allow this to happen."
Estarija's story, while extreme, is a familiar one. Other consumers have been slapped with heart attack-inducing bills. In Denver, a girl's 10,000 texts cost (OMG) $4,756.25. She was, like, grounded for life and her dad smashed her phone. A Portland family was dumbfounded by a $20,000 bill. An infuriated young woman showed her $14,062.27 bill on YouTube (see video below), while a Canadian man was told he owed ... $83,000.
Estarija is trying to console his son who he says was devastated by the bill. Verizon is apparently working to resolve the issue soon.

Watch the full KTVU report here.
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