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  1. Will you keep you username?

    Yes Monk, there is a Felonious Monk on the eBay boards as well. He's been around for a while. I just thought you might be the same person because thats the only 2 times I've ever seen that username used...lol
  2. Will you keep you username?

    Monk, Do you perhaps post on the eBay boards with the same name?
  3. Realplayer - Help/Discussion Thread

    I'm sure this will be moved to the Real thread, but I thought I'd post it here for quick reference so people wouldn't have to dig through posts on the other thread to find it. I'm also curious to know how many will be cancelling their feeds before the end of the show due to boredom? Mine will be cancelled today. To cancel your subscription, please call us at 1-866-212-1343. Thank you, Real Customer Support Our hours of operation are: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am to 9:00 pm - Eastern Time Saturday & Sunday, 10:30 am to 8:00 pm - Eastern Time
  4. Will you keep you username?

    I reckon I'll keep mine. I signed up as a fluke here for last years BB and ended up staying. My name makes no sense...lol (to anyone but me anyway....lol). I didn't want to change it because no one would know who I was.....so I'm stuck with this crappy name...lol By the way, EEonBB stands for Erotic Elaina on Big Brother. Erotic Elaina is my name in chat so thats how I got this name. It sucks when I'm on the Survivor boards....lol......see you all there.
  5. Who will be the BB7 ALL STAR Winner??

    Erika or Boogie will have the CBS "title", but we all know who the fans choose as the BB All Star. Janelle is a money maker and we'll be seeing more of her no doubt. Let Boogie have his street credit. He made it to the end and thats what its all about. The end is the end for Mike Boogie. This is not the end for Janelle. SHe has too many fans. Boogie - Erika....may the best one win!
  6. America's Choice $25,000 prize

    Janelle will make twice what Erika makes because of the 25 grand now...
  7. Thursday's LIVE Eviction Show - 9/7

    Janelle will make wayyyyyyy more than Erika.... Erika gets 50 grand Janelle will get 25 grand plus 4 grand a week for each week she was in the house, plus 5 grand for her week in sequester. Janelle makes twice what Eriak just settled for
  8. Mike "Boogie"

    OMG!!! LMMFAO!!!! Fizz..you are too much!
  9. Thursday's LIVE Eviction Show - 9/7

    Janelle just asked Mike why he wasn't wearing his CT outfit and he said because he is going to wear it in the Finale.......Janelle said "yeah right".....lol
  10. Mike "Boogie"

    A cast member on CBS's "Big Brother 2," the network's three-nights-a-week reality TV show, was once sentenced for an "elaborate scheme" to infiltrate a Hollywood studio and surreptitiously obtain video and photographs of a top secret movie production, The Smoking Gun has learned. Michael Carri, 31, was arrested by Burbank police in October 1996 after Warner Bros. security personnel detained him outside the set where "Batman & Robin" was being filmed. A search of Carri and two cohorts turned up forged Warner's ID cards and several phony drivers' licenses. Carri, who uses the surname Malin on "Big Brother 2," was also found to be carrying a miniature 35mm camera in his sock, and his hat appeared to be wired for use with a hidden video camera (though none was recovered by cops). In addition, police found a stolen Warner Bros. walkie-talkie in the group's getaway car, which had its license plates removed. Before their arrest, Carri, a wannabe actor/rapper, and his accomplices had twice sneaked onto "Batman & Robin" sets, according to court records, and sold videotape shot there to "Inside Edition," the tabloid TV show (the smuggled footage included shots of actors George Clooney, Uma Thurman, and Chris O'Donnell). An indication of the video's value to tabloid bounty hunters was found in Carri's pocket, where investigators found a scrap of paper with the notation, "Batman only--$35,000." The trio returned a third time, on October 19, in a bid to photograph Arnold Schwarzenegger, who was shooting his first scene as the villainous Mr. Freeze. The film in the camera hidden in Carri's sock had 35 exposed images, many of which showed Schwarzenegger in costume. Burbank Municipal Court records show that Carri spent a day in jail before his release on $10,000 bail. Charged with five misdemeanors, including burglary, malicious mischief, and trespassing, Carri initially pleaded not guilty (as did his two codefendants, Gary DeRosa and Kimberly Weiant). On January 23, 1997, Carri pleaded no contest to three of the counts--carrying counterfeit government-issued ID, trespass and injury to property, and malicious mischief. He was sentenced to three years probation, fined $100, and ordered to do 400 hours of community service (which he performed at a Los Angeles theater). Judge Rand Rubin also ordered Carri to "stay away from Warner Bros. studios." But that wasn't the end of his legal troubles. A month after the criminal sentencing, Warner Bros. filed suit in federal court charging Carri with, among other things, copyright infringement and misappropriation of trade secrets. The 34-page lawsuit alleged that Carri and his cohorts "executed an elaborate scheme to infiltrate the Warner Bros. lot and locations, to copy and pirate" photos and videotape of "Batman & Robin." The studio added that the trio used stolen security badges and the swiped walkie-talkie to monitor filming and help them gain access to various closely guarded sets. A subsequent filing by the studio's chief investigator described the lot's security measures and how Carri & Co. were apprehended. Five months after Warner Bros. filed suit, Carri and his codefendants agreed to a judgment permanently enjoining them from using any of the ill-gotten footage and from retaining any "photographs, negatives, video, images, identification badges, illicit driver's licenses, and any other property used in connection with the several unlawful entries" on the movie sets. The judgment also barred Carri from "entering or attempting to enter Warner's premises, Warner's sets, Warner's film locations, or other places of production, including public areas blocked off for purposes of Warner's production." While the studio's aggressive prosecution of Carri was primarily intended as a warning to other possible interlopers, Warner Bros.'s action seemingly should also have left the aspiring performer a Tinseltown pariah. The legal proceedings portrayed Carri as an untrustworthy sneak, an actor who had somehow gotten himself legally barred from the premises of a flagship Hollywood studio (an honor usually reserved for stalkers and suspected drug dealers). But you only have to turn on CBS (Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday) to see Carri ensconced in the "Big Brother 2" house, which sits on the network's Studio City lot, about five miles from Warner Bros.'s off-limits Burbank compound. Activity in the house/TV set is captured by 38 cameras and 62 microphones and is broadcast live, round the clock--in all its monotonous detail--on the Internet. Sometimes, it seems the only place without a camera is the inside of Carri's sock. According to the CBS website, which identifies "Big Brother 2" housemates by their first names only, Mike is a 30-year-old bar owner from Los Angeles. The network offers little other biographical information, though Carri has not been shy about promoting himself on the tube. Along with breaking into impromptu raps (his freestylin' has been panned on the Internet, where he's been tagged "Vanilla Mike"), Carri has made sure to talk up Belly, the Santa Monica Boulevard tapas bar he supposedly owns (though his name does not turn up anywhere in official licensing/ownership records kept by California's Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, according to ABC spokesman Carl DeWing). Carri is a New Hampshire native who, according to a July 14 Concord Monitor story, changed his name to Malin when he moved to Los Angeles in 1993 (though TSG could locate no such name change petition filed in Los Angeles Superior Court). In fact, when he was arrested for the Warner Bros. invasion and then sued by the movie studio, the legal filings in both matters bore only the Carri surname (including those made by his own lawyer). And when signing case documents, he used Carri as his last name. So, did Mike dust off the Malin surname (which his mother now uses) to help obscure a rap sheet skeleton? Well, TSG would love to ask him, but Carri is incommunicado until he is either voted off "Big Brother 2" or walks away with the $500,000 grand prize in a couple of months. As for what Carri may or may not have disclosed to CBS's crack crew of investigators, TSG is still trying to find that out.
  11. HOH Part 3 - Final Comp

    Tarman, you are correct. I think thats why this will go down as the best BB ever. I sure hope Janelle wins, but I'm not going to stress about it. Next week.....these people won't even be on TV anymore except for a few morning show appearances.
  12. Ericka Scumbags Janelle

    If Janelle is voted out tonight, I do hope Erika wins. Erika was a floater, but she was the head of thr floaters. She did win a few comps, she aligned herself with CT which got her further in the game, she was smart enough to figure CT out, and in the end her best game move will be to get rid of Janelle - either directly or indirectly. Mike hasn't even came close to doing what Erika has in this game. He was at the bottom of the floater-totem poll. I do hope Janelle wins, but she is not sitting in a good position right now. IMO, she is the best player - overcoming odds that no one else has.
  13. Did Boogie's Buick Blow It?

    Mike said it was as well.
  14. Ericka Scumbags Janelle

    Anyone else noticed that Erika has been wearing those pink pants for THREE days now? I don't even think she has showered!
  15. HOH Part 3 - Final Comp

    You flung a booger on the wall??
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