Here are the top searches bringing people to Drfunkenberry.com
1. Kate Gosselin
2. Sandra Bullock
3. Dr. Funkenberry (Well, what do you know?)
4. Vida Guerra
5. Audrina Patridge
6. Melanie B.
7. Holly Madison
8. Salma Hayek
9. William Levy
10. Michael Phelps (why?)
Here are the top searches bringing people to Drfunkenberry.com for 04/11/10.
1. Sandra Bullock
2. Kate Gosselin
3. Holly Madison
4. Michael Phelps
5. Melanie B.
6. Taylor Lautner
7. William Levy
8. Vida Guerra
9. Kim Kardashian
10. Salma Hayek
Can someone tell me what Jared from Subway & Michael Phelps have to do with "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)" please? A "Be Yourself" ad campaign?
Flipping free advertising on my site now no doubt as well. Grr.
Who's making money off of that? Just saying.-Dr.FB
5. Lucy Gordon
4. Michael Phelps
3. Zac Efron
2. Patrick Swayze
and number 1...... T.I.
An exhibit of Barack Obama in his youth is opening with photos taken by Lisa jack, who took the photos and went to school with Obama back in the day at Occidental College.
One of the photos, the one we used above shows Obama smoking on something. Is it one of them funny smelling cigarettes? I am sure Michael Phelps doesn't mind.
I am more worried about what Obama has planned for the musical and art programs in several schools nationwide and the economy then what he did 20 years ago. The exhibit runs in West Hollywood until July and opens tonight.
Do you guys really care about what he is smoking?-Dr.FB
5. Salma Hayek
4. High School Musical
3. Michael Phelps
2. Zac Efron
1. Patrick Swayze
In a development that gladdens the hearts of all who were outraged at the outrage, Sheriff Leon Lott of Richland County, South Carolina, says charges will not be brought against Olympian Michael Phelps over the leaked photo of his bong hit.
Here is the story from AFP:
COLUMBIA, South Carolina (AFP) — No charges will be filed against American swim star Michael Phelps from his being photographed with a pipe typically used to smoke marijuana, police announced on Monday.
Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said that after a full investigation into the November party at which Phelps was photographed, touching off a controversy that led to a three-month ban, there was not enough evidence to charge anyone.
"Having thoroughly investigated this matter, we do not believe we have enough evidence to prosecute anyone that was present at the November party," Lott said.
Phelps, who won a record eight gold medals at the Beijing Olympics six months ago, was shown holding a bong in a photograph published two weeks ago by a British newspaper, humiliating the superstar swimmer.
"I'm glad this matter is put to rest," Phelps said in a statement. "But there are also some important lessons that I've learned. For me, it's all about recognizing that I used bad judgment and it's a mistake I won't make again."
Read the rest of the story here.
Okay, now move along folks. Nothing left to see here.