The three women rescued in Cleveland, Ohio after a decade of imprisonment have immediately logged into their MySpace accounts, illustrating how difficult it will be for them to acclimatize to society in 2013.
Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were said to have accessed their accounts after spending just twenty to thirty minutes catching up with relatives, none of whom had the heart to tell them that almost all of the site's pages were now controlled solely by a weeping Justin Timberlake.
Berry told us: "The thing is, not much has changed in Ohio since 2003. Or, like, 1993, actually. I mean, there are more Starbucks and stuff, and phones have gotten like way better, but apart from that, it's just Cleveland, and I want to see how many friends requests I have."
DeJesus, who won Best State Surname in 2001, attempted to message us via our MySpace account. It took us several attempts to log in, because the account used an old email, and the password referenced a sexy television actress we stopped having the hots for in about 2004. Finally, we found her message, below literally hundreds from Tom. She wrote: "This is so cool, I have like all these new peeps to check out! OMG Bowling for Soup are playing this like totally small venue near my house! It must be like a secret tour before they hit the stadiums!" (Full article...)
Bi-curious George is the protagonist of a series of popular children's books by the same name, written by Hans Aloveryer and his wife Bernard. The books feature a sexually-ambiguous chimp named George, who is brought from his home in Africa by "The Man with PVC Gimp Mask" to live with him in his cellar. In each of the books, Bi-curious George is identified in the text as a monkey, and although in the illustrations he does not correspond exactly to any non-fictional species of monkey it is believed by many that he is in fact, a Bonobo, a species known to be the sexiest of the great apes.
Only a limited number of recurring characters occur within the Bi-curious George stories, these include: