Courtney Love, that bastion of musical history and drug addled commentary, has taken on rocker Bruce Springsteen. While softening her misguided comments with, “He’s a nice guy,” Love stated her problem with the Boss’ music is that “saxophones just don’t belong in rock ‘n’ roll.” It matters not that the saxophone has been used by everyone from The Cure to Pink Floyd, Love doesn’t get it.
Here’s some food for thought, Courtney: if Kurt had put a sax in his mouth, he’d still be in Nirvana.
Jeffrey Chapman of Great Bend is charged with first-degree murder. However that’s not the story. Chapman is afraid the tattoo spelling out the word “murder” across his neck might prejudice a jury, so he wants the State to hire a tattoo artist to remove or cover it up.
“Prosecutors say they aren’t opposed to Jeffrey Chapman covering his tattoo, but Barton County’s sheriff says he’s against transporting Chapman to a licensed tattoo facility — the only places tattoo artists are allowed to practice under Kansas law.”
Chapman’s trial is scheduled to start Monday in killing of Damon Galliart, whose body was found by hunters in a roadside ditch in rural Great Bend.
His attorney says in a motion the tattoo would be extremely prejudicial if seen by a jury. I’ve taken a close look at the tattoo and determined that it can easily be changed to the word “DOUCHENOZZLE” which is far less prejudicial. Continue reading