realsilly writes: "I found this article linked to KETV 7 out of Omaha, Nebraska. The original link that took me to http://www.ketv.com/news/14133442/detail.html came from http://www.cnn.com/.
Basically, a senator from Nebraska wanted to prove how frivolous many lawsuits are. As if we didn't know already. This is not only funny, but quite sad, that this senator feels like he needs to prove this with further wasteful spending of taxpayer dollars."
realsilly writes: "In a CNN.com article reports that Prince is giving away his new album for Free. Although, it's not quite free, you still have to buy a tabloid. While I don't really like Prince's music, I am impressed by his bold step forward to provide a little Fan Appreciation.
LONDON, England (AP) — Prince has angered the music industry and stirred up trouble among British retailers by giving away his new album with a tabloid newspaper this weekend.
Prince's new album "Planet Earth" will be packaged with a British Sunday newspaper this weekend.
"Planet Earth" will be packaged with the Mail on Sunday at a price of $2.80.
The giveaway has been roundly criticized as a major blow for an industry already facing rapidly declining CD sales. It has led Sony BMG UK, Prince's local label, to pull the plug on its own sales release of the CD in Britain.
International sales launch for "Planet Earth" is July 16; the U.S. launch is July 24....
The full artile is here at CNN.com: http://www.cnn.com/2007/SHOWBIZ/Music/07/13/prince .newspaper.ap/index.html"