Treasure Island

Nicole Ronne


Tabloids


Jack Nicholson jumped clear over the moon
And Britney Spears just married a baboon

A spaceship was spotted over L.A.
And Harrison Ford burnt down a café

Last weekend Bob Hope was seen around town
And Tom Cruise was reported to have drown

Bush and Kim Jong were fishing at the lake
And Pam Anderson said her boobs aren't fake

Lindsay Lohan is fat and then she's thin
Congradulations! Arnold has had twins

Trump has denied his comb over screaming
Nights in Paris have a whole new meaning

Submitted: Tuesday, January 17, 2006

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  • Peter Lebuhn (1/28/2006 10:48:00 PM)

    I have to tell you Nic I must have been out of the Loop for a bit. So much goes on in life when I don't pick up a Newspaper. :)

    Awesome Piece

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