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Chris??? that's it, he needs to change his name now. it's not funny anymore, never was.
Lol. It was bad too when JBond made the superfan poll and for the Broncos, people were saying "i like sabf and stuff, but switching teams like that irks me." but yeah I'm down to switch, I just don't know what to switch to. Anyone have suggestions?
Thanks for the info, I didn't know much about it. I'm still surprised the media hasn't gone off about it though, they love to make a big story out of anything.
And as image-conscious as the NFL is I'm surprised they're having The Who play at halftime.
That is really the laughable part. Pop out a tittie and everyone goes off the deep end. But it's ok to have some of the most legendary drug and alcohol abusers and rampant womanizers instead? I don't care either way, but jebuz it's pretty hypocritical.
Townshend was cleared of all charges but had to register for 5 years in the UK b/c of the incident. From what I understand, he admitted to accessing child porn and that's why he had to register.
Seven years ago this week, a UK newspaper reported that an unnamed rock star was being investigated by British police on child pornography charges. Days later, Townshend was arrested on suspicion of possessing indecent images of children. From the New York Times story published January 13, 2003: "Mr. Townshend, 57, had acknowledged this weekend that he had used an Internet site advertising child pornography, but he said he had been doing it in connection with his research for an autobiography that chronicles his suspected abuse when he was a child." Four months later, Townshend was cleared of all charges. From the Australian paper The Age, published on the day after the decision: "After a four-month investigation, London's Metropolitan Police said today that the rocker 'was not in possession of any downloaded child abuse images', but had accessed a site containing such images in 1999. The musician acknowledged using his credit card to enter a website advertising child pornography but said he was doing research for his autobiography."
link to article which contains links to other sources for the arrest, trial, etc.