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Monday, April 02, 2007

Who's On Top Night Fever?

Ordinary, every-day people must conserve our precious and limited resources so that renowned humanitarians like John Travolta can continue to fly his five private jets around the world. See, he has to have five private jets because he's in "the show business".

    ...over the past 12 months, he has accumulated around 800 tonnes of carbon emissions.

    According to a recent study by the government-funded Carbon Trust, this means he boasts a carbon "footprint" nearly 100 times that of the average Briton, who is responsible for 10.92 tons of Co2, from his flights alone.

It is vitally important that Mr. Travolta be permitted to produce 800 tonnes of carbon per year, because...he's in "the show business".

Meanwhile, you and I are asked to abstain and forgo anything and everything that may remotely impact the ecosystem and environment.

Got it? Understand how it works? I knew you would.

And not that there's anything wrong with it, but Travolta and Cruise are not gay. Especially Travolta, seen Kissing some guy. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

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A fond farewell? Not quite. John Travolta steals a smooch from an unidentified male friend before the pair boarded John's personal 707 airplane together in Hamilton, Ontario. John, who was in Toronto working on his role as "big momma" Edna Turnblad in the new film adaptation of "Hairspray" even gets up on one toe while puckering up with his pal. Was wife Kelly watching as John and his buddy locked lips? It's possible Kelly was already on board while the men kissed - and the threesome jetted off together.


H/T: S.T. Miller for the Post's title.


your photoshop of the jackson image with Travolta and Cruize is just so wrong in so many ways.
Thank you!

I hear via the grapevine that the image gets Chris Lavoie all hot and bothered.
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