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Who Is Your Favorite Celebrity Alter Ego?

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It’s not really like celebrities need a new name in order to present themselves in a crazier/sexier/cooler way, but there are plenty of stars who much prefer to let it all hang out under a different persona.
What’s My Name Again?
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Sasha Fierce
Beyonce Knowles
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Mimi
Mariah Carey
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Mona Lisa
Britney Spears
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Cherry KooKoo
Courtney Love
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XTina
Christina Aguilera
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Hannah Montana
Miley Cyrus
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Slim Shady
Eminem
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Lola
Jennifer Lopez
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Ziggy Stardust
David Bowie
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Dita
Veronica Electronica
Esther is her latest alter ego
Madonna
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Vicky Valentine
Ashlee Simpson
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Damita Jo
Janet Jackson
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Lady Gaga
Stefani Germonatta
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Written by Steve

July 20, 2010 at 8:49 pm

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Didn’t They Die A Few Years Ago?

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Famous people who have been mistaken for dead.
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Sinbad

Sinbad
Current age: 52
A few years ago, a rumor surfaced on the Internet that comedian Sinbad (otherwise known as David Adkins) had died.

Betty White

Betty White
Ever since the “Today” show mistakenly reported her to be buried in 2009, 88 year-old Betty White has become a hot Hollywood item

Wilford Brimley

Wilford Brimley
Current Age: 75
Known more for his Quaker Oats commercials than his stints on “The Waltons” or his role in “Cocoon,”

Jaleel White

Jaleel White
Current age: 33
Former “Family Matters” star best known for the character Steve Urkel, Jaleel White supposedly committed suicide in 2007,

Larry Wilcox

Larry Wilcox
Current age: 62
The 62-year-old Wilcox says he still keeps in touch with the other half of that duo, Erik Estrada

Abe Vigoda

Abe Vigoda
Current age: 89
In 1982, “People” magazine falsely declared actor Abe Vigoda to be dead

“Weird Al” Yankovic

“Weird Al” Yankovic
Current age: 50
After a cartoon character on the T.V series “King of the Hill” said he was dead, rumors of singer/comedian“Weird Al” Yankovic’s death started swirling

Bronson Pinchot

Bronson Pinchot

Keith Richards

Keith Richards

Larry Hagman

Larry Hagman
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Written by Steve

July 12, 2010 at 11:13 pm

Hacked STOP Signs (Photos)

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Includes old classics like: Stop Eating, Can’t Stop Dancing, Stop It’s Hammertime, Stop 3 Way – Whoa Whoa Wait A Minute, Stop Collaborate and Listen, Stop Driving, Don’t Stop Believin, STart, Stop Right There Pilgrim, Stop In The Naaaame of Love, Stop And Smell The Roses, Stop. Freeze.
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Hacked Altered Stop Signs Voldemort
Hacked Altered Stop Signs Eating


Hacked Altered Stop Signs Billion Dollar Fine

Hacked Altered Stop Signs Start Hammertime
Hacked Altered Stop Signs Three
Hacked Altered Stop Signs Collaborate and Listen
Hacked Altered Stop Signs Driving

Hacked Altered Stop Signs Journey

Hacked Altered Stop Signs Start
Hacked Altered Stop Signs Pilgrim

Hacked Altered Stop Signs Name Of Love
Hacked Altered Stop Signs Roses

Hacked Altered Stop Signs Freeze
While it may be illegal to deface traffic signals for a variety of reasons (violent car crashes), these stop signs feature a clever line or cliché that includes the word stop. They may not be the world’s coolest bus stops, but they might make you think twice before rolling through an intersection.

It’s hard to stop at every stop sign you see, especially if the sign’s behind a bush or tall people crossing the street. Officials in Oak Lawn, IL tried to change things by modifying the city’s stop signs to be a little more eye-catching. In the fall of 2007 they added one-liners like, “Stop means that you aren’t moving.” to their signage, but the Illinois Department of Transportation pointed out the changes breached safety standards and requested their removal. The signs were removed in April 2008.
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Written by Steve

December 30, 2009 at 6:19 pm

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