Why read all of the pop culture news and wade through what’s important and what’s not? We weren’t sleeping anyway, so we did it for you. You’re welcome.
“It appears that the committee did not find or conclude that there were any violations of rules, laws or procedures following a yearlong investigation,” FCC spokesman Robert Kenny said. “Chairman Martin has followed the same procedures that have been followed for the past 20 years by FCC chairmen, both Democratic and Republican alike.”
So according to Robert Kenny, making shit up is a two-decade long legacy at the FCC. That’s probably the most honest thing we’ll hear from the government this week. Although it took them a year to figure out that somebody in the government was lying? Next we’re going to get our tax dollars spent to prove that water is wet. Never mind, I think that’s underway in a lab in Ohio right now.
- Fast and the Furious 4 moves from June 12th to April 3rd
- Nottingham has moved to 2010, no date set yet
- Wolfman moves from April 3rd to November 6th