Memes Commissioned by Douglas Haddow [link]
I can't believe that 'triflin ass gold digging skank' on the cover of the Vampire Weekend is suing the band for $2 million dollars (US). [link]. Her broke ass 'real name' is "Kirsten Kennis", and it seems like her modeling career never 'took off' so now she is trying to get a 2nd wind for her career, or at least get some 'bank' to buy a summer home or something.
She's probably gonna sell current pix of herself to some indie magazine/website, and her old ass face will pose for a feature where she does an 'updated' pic of the old pose, providing blogs with a solid 'meme of the day.'
Do u think she reads blogs, and was 'waiting for the right moment to strike'?
Do u think she would still sue them if they were some forgettable blog band?
Do u think her lawsuit will claim that bros bought the album because they wanted to jerk off to cougar wave MILF hipster porn?
Do u think Vampire Weekend should think about 'taking her broke ass' off their #1 hit selling album cover, and replacing them with either a 'better' image, or possibly an image that guarantees that they won't have to pay any1 that much money.
Maybe they should use a retro Vampire movie meme, but I think 'Twilight' might be a more 'current' decision.
Is Buffy the Vampire Slayer 'mad alt'?
Maybe just put a mad tuggable 'bombshell' on there.
Possibly her sweet ass rack.
Feel like maybe they could go with the Lost in Translation image, since Sofia Coppola won't sue them and lose her 'indie cred.' She likes to marry bros in bands, so there is still an 'outside chance' that she will divorce the lead singer of Phoenix and marry Ezra Koenig
Think Contra used to be a video game. I don't think video game characters have legal rights
This bro seems like a terrorist wave contra bro who probably doesn't even know what indie music is. I think that's Osama Bin Laden's dad. (Just sorta assume that all enemies are related [via Barrack Hussein Bin Obama Ladin tea party terrorist theory]
Since Vampire Weekend uses Futura font, the same font utilized in Wes Anderson's quirky wave movies, maybe they can 'collab' on some album art work. Riding the Tenenbaum wave might be a good choice. Maybe in 30 years, Wes Anderson can use a Vampire Weekend song in 1 of his films, after their music becomes 'iconic'/defines a meaningful retro aesthetic.
Really feel like the universal Stock Photo girl represents an 'every-woman' that appeals, some1 that every bro would want to 'take home to mom' but also 'bang hard.' Women find her smile to be 'welcoming' and not just someone 'who thinks she's hot stuff', which is how most women regard other women who are prettier than they are. This option has the opportunity to 'sell the most units.'
Memes Commissioned by Douglas Haddow [link]
What 'album cover' strategy would yall use?
Do u feel 'closer to Vampire Weekbros' now that they are in trouble, or is this 'what they deserve'?
Does that 'mean old hag' deserve $2 million?
Is Futura 'the new Helvetica'?
Will Kirsten Kennis 'burn in hell'?
Will the Vampire Weekend bros have to rent out their condos in Manhattan/Brooklyn for 2 years to pay for this financial hit?
Would Kristen Kennis be happy just knowing that she is 'blog famous'?
Is the stock photo girl 'the hottest piece of ass' in the entire world?
What should Vampire Weekend do about their album cover?
Is this a good opportunity to 'reissue some units with a new album cover' to generate some more sales [via vintage collector's item]?
You might remember Kirsten Kennis as the broad on the cover of Vampire Weekend's latest hit album "Contra." Then she came out of nowhere and was all like "HEY NO1 ASKED 2 USE MY PIC." And then she sued them for money, and Vampire weeekend was all like 'effff!' because some photographer dropped the ball and got them in legal trouble.
Well apparently Kirsten Kennis 'settled out of court.' She asked for $2 million, but they probably gave her a pack of Skinny Cow ice cream sandwiches and a few gift cards to Subway. I am kinda sad that this never went to court. I wanted to see Ezra and Rostam 'going into court' looking totally preppy hottie in suits, like they were riding OJ Simpson waves, then Kirsten Kennis would take the stand and the entire courtroom filled with entrylevel QTs who thought they were going to a Vampy Weeks concert would BOO her.
Model Ann Kirsten Kennis asked a federal court in Los Angeles to dismiss the case, after she reached a settlement with Vampire Weekend and its label, XL Records. Details of the settlement were not disclosed. The case was dismissed yesterday by court order.
Anyways, it seems like the photographer bro effed this one up. Feel bad for him kinda bc he prob just took her pic out of his snuff film drawer, then was like 'She's probably dead in a ditch somewhere' but then she was alive, and could afford lawyers.
Brody allegedly provided the image--which was shot in the 1980s-- to Vampire Weekend with a forged model release. According to court papers, he was paid $5,000 for the image license. It is unclear who shot the image, or how Brody obtained it.
After Kennis filed her lawsuit, Vampire Weekend and its record label filed a counter-claim against Brody, alleging that he was responsible for any liability in the case. The court has apparently not dismissed that counter-claim against the photographer.
Brody's attorneys withdrew from the case in June, citing his lack of cooperation and failure to pay his bills. He is now defending himself in the case.
Really sad that VampyGate is over.... Really sad that Kirsten Kennis is 'getting mad bank' from one of our finest buzzbands. We need to start a buzzband union that protects all relevant buzzbands from being exploited.
R u pissed at Kirsten Kennis?
Does she not understand that 'alt fame' is priceless?
Do u think she will die happy now that she has buzz cash?
thanks 4 ur support!
h8 u [link to more pix]
FULL DISCLOSURE: I have tugged off to new and old Kirsten Kennis pix
really glad she is gone
Goodbye Kirsten Kennis...
Goodbye unchill white broad
We will never forgive u
for what u did
to Vampy Weeks
The Guy Who took the Picture of Kirsten Kennis for Vampy Weeks is running from the law bc he is 'effed'By Carles on 02 Dec 2010
Kirsten Kennis is an unchill old lady whose picture was used on the cover of Vampire Weekend's hit album CONTRA. Unfortunately, she didn't know, and apparently Vampy Weekend signed some 'release' from a photographer' but the photographer may or may not have been lying abt the vibe/scene.
Do yall remember 'Kirsten gate'? Kirsten Kennis was all like "Vampy stole my photo" but now Vampy Weekend and their record label is being all like, 'listen yall. some photographer bro said it was his photo. Don't blame this shit on me, yall.'
According to the original claim filed last summer by Kennis, Brody charged Vampire Weekend a license fee of $5,000 for the image of Kennis. It is unclear how he obtained the image, which was shot more than 25 years ago. But Vampire Weekend says Brody had claimed in the license agreement that he shot the image.
Kennis, meanwhile, has said that the model release Brody presented to Vampire Weekend was forged. The band’s record label says it “reasonably” relied upon the signed release that Brody provided.
The band also says that Brody claimed that he had “good title and full right and authority” to license the image. Brody “misrepresented certain facts and breached contracts,” Vampire Weekend says in its claim against him. “Responsibility, if any, for damages claimed by [Kennis] rests entirely on Brody.”
Not sure who this Brody is, but wonder if he is gonna 'go to the slammer'/get 'taken 2 the cleaners.' Seems like there is a 'warrant' out for his arrest, even though I'm not sure what that means or if it applies bc I wasn't a 'down-on-my-luck college graduate' who decided to go to law school to make my parents feel like I am still 'advancing in life':
A federal court judge in California has turned up the heat on Tod Brody, the elusive photographer at the center of a lawsuit over an image on the cover of Vampire Weekend’s 2009 “Contra” album.
Brody allegedly licensed a Polaroid image of former model Ann Kirsten Kennis to Vampire Weekend and its record label for use on the album cover and in some concert promotions. Kennis sued the band, the label and Brody last July, alleging unauthorized use of her likeness. In response, Vampire Weekend and its record label counter-sued Brody in August. Any liability is his, the band says in that counter-claim, because Brody warranted that he had all the necessary rights to license the image.
Not really sure abt 'the law', just kinda hope some how Kirsten Kennis gets the electric chair in the Pitchfork Court of Law under presiding Judge Ryan Schreiber.
Sorta wish Kirsten Kennis was 'dead' or something so none of this would have happened.
Wish she woulda just rode the indie buzzwave and got a modeling contract with Am Appy.
Wish Vampy Weeks had just picked 'some other random vintage looking broad'
Wish they had just used photoshop to re-create a vintage ass broad
Wish photographer bros were 'chill' and had no sort of intellectual property and .jpgs (printed out or on the internet) belonged 2 any1.
R u worried abt Vampire Weekend/XL Recordings?
Will Kirsten Kennis' daughter be able to attend her 'dream school' bundled with a 'sweet study abroad program'?
Wonder when this will ever be resolved.
Will this put 'a cloud of uncertainty' over their album as it is being considered for album of the year bc people are afraid they will get sued if they embed the image on their website?
Will Vampy Weeks' next album be a 'h8-wave album' abt the law, society, and intellectual property?
Sorta wish I could be in Vampire Weekend because u get to go from city to city and bang tons of prime entry-level ass cuz they think u will write them a recommendation letter 2 get into an Ivy League school / relevant design school. Recently, a group of tween youtube vloggers made a video to show support 4 Vampire Weekend against some crazie lady who is suing them. U can really feel their <3, like they are an authentic tribe who has ur back no matter what.
Not sure why they made this vlog. I think maybe it is some sort of 'dating video', like they hope the Vampy Weeks bros will see it, and message them on twitter, and invite them backstage, and then 'intimate things' will happen.
Or maybe they are inviting Vampy weeks to use this as 'courtroom evidence.' Like they will show this video 2 the judge/jury during a dramatic closing statement, and the judge will say "Kirsten Kennis--UR GUILTY. SEE U ON DEATH ROW. U WILL BURN IN HELL 4 UR SINS. TAKE THE HANDCUFFS OFF EZRABRO, and set him free 4evr. Godspeed 2 u, Vampire Weeks. We apologize 2 u on behalf of the legal system. May u forever be fre to create buzzworthy mp3s."
Sorta just wish I had a gaggle of keut AZN fans to support me.
Feeling jeal of Vampy Weeks. Wish a group of vloggers had my back.
Wish I had a tribe of followers who would do anything 4 me.
Are yall on #Team_Kirsten or #TeamVampyWeeks?
Do u hope Kirsten Kennis goes 2 jail?
Which 1 of these vloggers is the cutest?
Which 1 of these vloggers is the scariest?
Does Kirsten Kennis need 2 'drop it' and just be happy to get a few blog headlines, and be happy being 'blog famous'?
KIRSTEN KENNIS DOES SLUTWAVE PHOTOSHOOT
Photos by Andy St. Claire
Recently, Vampire Weekend was 'mad sued' by some lady who is saying that they stole her photo from myspace or something (Her Name is Kirsten Kennis). Not sure what is happening in these pix, but seems like they are throwing down 'mad bloghouse bangers', throwing down a rowdy DJ set. If I had to guess, I would say that they 'are trying to raise more capital' to pay for legal fees + Kirsten Kennis's second house in the Hamptons. H8 her so much for ruining the buzzosphere. Wish she'd understand that it is 'rare' that a band can come from nowhere to make money, but then when u go after a band's money, it is hella unchill.
Just throwing down some bangers with Rostam + another non-Ezra Vampy Weekend bro
(Do yall know the names of the other 2 bros in Vampire weekend? Should they 'step up' their personal brands?)
Seems like things 'got complicated', and the bros from Ra Ra Riot weren't digging Vampy Weekend tunes. Huddled around the Macbook, trying to 'top' 1 another, playing more relevant tunes/authentic vintage tunes.
Huge 'clusterfuck' on stage. Wish when they hired Vampy Weekend, they just trusted them to play relevant blog hit all night, instead of pulling the 'entry-level' move of going behind the DJs itunes screen and saying 'dude, do u have the new _______ remix? Hold on. U got wifi. Lemme download it.'
Will Vampire Weekend 'make back their money' in the DJ industry?
Do u hope Kirsten Kennis loses the lawsuit?
Should Vampy Weekend 'get summer jobs' after Kirsty clears their bank accounts?
R u gonna vibe out 2 the new Bro Bro Briot album?
Have u ever DJed/made a playlist at a party, and some 'a-holes' change it because they 'want u to hear this new MP3 that no1 has heard about'?
Has the laptop ruined 'pure DJing'?
Are Vampy Weekend 'real DJs' or just 'effing Macbook users'?
What is more important when u book a DJ: the brand of the band/DJ, or 'the song selection'?
Kirsten Kennis is the broad on the cover of Vampire Weekend's "CONTRA" who apparently didn't agree to be on the cover. She decided to 'sue the band' for $2 million. Anyways, she seems to have done a 'tell all' interview with Vanity Fair. Wonder how much they paid her.
Seems like she has a 'nice house.' Not sure if she really needs to sue the Vampy Weekend bros. Feel kinda bad for them.
Today, Kennis lives in a gated community in Fairfield, Connecticut, with her husband, Jeffrey; their daughter, Alex; and their dog, Zach.
Not sure if she really needs $2 million dollars in buzzband dollars. Feel like her house already looks 'hella nice.' Heard Fairfield is a mad expensive place 2 live, and she even lives in a gated community.
Took a look around her old modeling portfolio. Seems like she had a thriving career. She was a 'Loreal girl.'
Rode chillwaves on the beach before 'chillwave' even existed.
Might have had the perfect alternative breasts before we were even born.
Chilled with tons of hot bros in high-end catalogs
'Had a 'totally hipster' sense of fashion, yall' -entry level blog looking for a 'unique scoop' on these pix
Gonna just go take a bath with my girl Kirsten, and use Vaseline products to lubricate our sexual organs. Not sure if they had 'his & her' warming gel back then.
Does Kirsten 'look good'?
Does she seem like a 'catch' back in the 70s/80s?
Was she a 'real model' or just a 'catalog model'?
R u feeling hornie for Kirsten?
Does Kirsten look better as a 'young lady' or as an 'alt cougar'?
Is she suing Vampire Weekend for fame + money?
Do u think she could get some modeling work for the Dress Barn / Ann Taylor / Steinmart?
Is it 'bullshit' that she probably was 'likely' to have been paid for this exclusive with Vanity Fair?
Does she deserve $2 million, or can she be paid with guaranteed modeling gigs in catalogs?
Kirsten Kennis is suing Vampire Weekend cuz she says they used her picture without asking, then made millions of dollars because people bought her album cuz her face is pretty. N e ways, it seems like she talked to a local Connecticut paper, uncovering background/secrets about herself.
Always wondered how she found out about the photo:
Kennis' 13-year-old daughter saw an ad for the CD while browsing the Barnes and Noble website.
h8 u Barnes and Noble / Borders. Wish people would just chill on amazon.
Damn. Seems like she is fighting cancer:
Seeing the photo of her younger self with a full head of hair "was kind of shocking," said Kennis, who had recently undergone chemotherapy.
"I would say it's a compliment, but it's a little disturbing also."
Do u think she is really fighting cancer, or was this newsbit just 'leaked' via the local newspaper just to 'inspire sympathy'?
If we all live long enough, will we all die from cancer?
N e ways, then she got all vain, and said she didn't even look 'hot' in the picture:
To add insult to injury, in addition to the alleged misuse of the photo, Kennis said it isn't one of her better shots since it depicts her with a vacant look.
"It's like someone called my name and I turned."
Even so, some don't think it's as bad as Kennis thinks.
In fact, one of her nephews, a sophomore at Columbia University in New York City, said members of his tennis team were talking about the "hot" girl on the Vampire Weekend album cover. He had not seen the cover at the time the discussion was taking place sunsequently told his friends, "she's my aunt."
Do u think her image really helped sell the album? Did u get turned on by her pic?
The lawsuit contends that since the album's release, the photo of Kennis (taken sometime around 1983) has been displayed hundreds of millions of times on the Internet, and throughout the print and electronic media in support of the effort to promote, advertise and sell the CD. Neigher added that Kennis' photo was a "substantial factor in generating recognition and buzz for the `Contra' album, thus increasing sales and profits directly benefiting each defendant to (her) detriment."
"It's just not right they're using it everywhere," Kennis said.
Not sure if I believe that she was a 'real model.' Kinda dig her as a retro milf, but can't imagine vibing out to her like she's a young hottie:
Neigher said that Kennis was a "highly professional and well-placed model," who was "listed with the most prestigious modeling agencies."
"She did clothing, cosmetics, jewelry. It's highly unlikely a Polaroid would have been taken of her at that time," he said.
Will modern Kirsten Kennis pix 'emerge' or is she too vain to release that image of herself in a post-chemo state?
Will Kirsten Kennis get $2 million?
Does the 'cancer' element of this story bum u out/introduce a whole new side of this story about the state of the health insurance industry?
Are Vampy Weekend 'thieves'?
Should I get an internship at the Fairfield Citizen in order 2 cover Kirsten Kennis?
Do u hope this trial is 'livestreamed' as a Pitchfork.TV exclusive? [via the OJ trial]
Apparently some blogspot asked a 'real lawyer' about what Vampire Weekend was 'up against' from a legal standpoint, since they 'stole'/were misled about using that vintage cougar's photograph.
Here is the blog saying that the lawyer is 'real' or something.
...we’ve turned one more time to our esteemed and ludicrously well-dressed legal consultant, Nathan Soderstrom. His analysis is still very expensive.
Feel like the headline is misleading, since Vampy Weeks probably can't go 2 jail, but this story seems to need some 'spicing up' since every blog feels 'too bummed' about $2 million in potential losses to really turn this into a meme witch hunt. Would be kinda sad if they went to the slammer, though. They would probably be 'the whitest bois alive.'
The lawyer bro says that Kirsten Kennis is a 'straight up bitch' since she is filing suit in California, since she could probably find a nicer judge/jury + bigger settlement, since they are used to litigating 'stupid cases' over there:
First, if one is into that type of thing, this suit is a textbook example of forum shopping. The plaintiff (Kirsten Kennis) lives in Fairfield, Connecticut, and is suing New York City-based Vampire Weekend and their London, England-based record company in… Los Angeles. This is presumably because the California misappropriation of identity statute allows a plaintiff to recover both actual damages (whatever amount should have been paid for the misappropriated image, emotional distress, damage to the model’s reputation, etc.) as well as “any profits…attributable to the use” of the misappropriated image. This latter method of calculating damages is uniquely plaintiff-friendly, and is presumably the reason Kirsten’s lawyers chose to file suit in California. Or, she may have chosen to sue with her Beverly Hills law firm just to show the Vampire Weekend guys that she, too, is on that rich person shit. Or not. Regardless, because Vampire Weekend played shows in California during which they displayed the image, sold the album in California, etc,, it is an appropriate venue for the suit.
Not even sure if 'legal advice' really means anything. Seems like from what I have seen in the movies, you just need a sweet ass lawyer to make a passionate closing argument to 'get you off the hook.' Most of the evidence doesn't even matter. Not sure if 'lawyering' is a legitimate job. From what I understand, most people go to law school because they 'can't find careers with their liberal arts degrees.'
h8 the law... just wish we could all chill.
Then he says it is basically the photographer bro's fault, but Vampire Weekend bros are also 'effed' because they should have done more to 'verify that he took this picture':
Anyway, the complaint alleges that Vampire Weekend purchased the photograph of Kirsten Kennis from a photographer named Tod Brady for $5000. However, Brody had not actually taken the photograph, and no rights to the image. To get around this, he allegedly submitted a release form to Vampire Weekend, signed by “Kirsten Johnson.” (if California had a “lack of creativity” cause of action, choosing “Johnson” here would probably be actionable). In the event that Brody actually did submit this release along with an image to which he didn’t have the rights, this would be a pretty clear-cut case of misappropriation of identity. The complaint hooks in Vampire Weekend by alleging that the band had a “non-delegable duty to prevent or cure…the behavior” (basically, VW had an obligation to make sure the signed release was authentic/legitimate) and that “the Defendants… behaved in such a fashion that there existed a unity of ownership and identity amongst them” (basically, by retaining Brody to find/submit the photograph, Vampire Weekend became liable for any wrongdoing he might commit in that process).
It seems like the photographer bro could potentially be the bro who 'effed everything up' here, if he is lying. But Kirsten Kennis wants 'millions of buzzband dollars', they are suing the people who earned the most money off her image. Feeling bummed. I wonder if this is the end of 'commissioned photos' for album covers in the indie era. Feel like from now on, art work will either be commissioned or a member of the band will 'take the photo themselves.'
Will Vampire Weekend's record label 'take the fall' for Vampy Weeks?
Will Vampire Weekend lose millions of dollars worth of hard work?
Do yall still h8 Kirsten Kennis?
If Vampire Weekend gets 'taken to the cleaners, Elin Woods style', do u think they will sort of go thru a business + perception Renaissance, since people will sort of be eager to help them make more money + 'get more indie cred'?
Does being sued for millions of dollars make u 'more authentic'?
Could this lawsuit be 'good' for Vampire Weekend's long term brand?
So that Vampire Weekend album cover woman is 'still pissed' that the band 'stole' her photo and used it on their album cover. Wonder if she is lying or telling the truth. Sorta think suing them for $2 million is kinda unchill, but maybe I am just a buzzband/new media apologist.
N e ways, there is some 'update' on who the hell she is, and what she says the background/history of the photo is:
Kennis retired from modeling years ago and now lives in Connecticut with her husband and daughter. According to her lawyer, the photo was taken in 1983, but not as part of her professional career. “It was taken by her family,” Neigher says. “It was a Polaroid, not a modeling picture.” So how did it wind up on the cover of a No. 1 hit album? Kennis isn’t sure. “Her mother was a chronic Polaroid snapshot taker, and used to sell whole archives of photographs to these shops, five bucks a hundred or whatever,” says Neigher. “Her mother may have given away to a charity bazaar a whole ream of photographs. We just really don’t know…She has no idea how that photograph got into the photographer’s hands.”
Was ur mom a chronic Polaroid snapshot taker?
Did ur mom sell family photos at garage sales to people who liked 'soft kiddie porn'?
Have u ever been an 'aspiring model'?
Then the photo bro was like 'hell no, i took that photo tall. she is a lying ass joke of a bitch':
“The photographer” is Tod Brody, who is also named as a defendant in the lawsuit. He laughed out loud when told of Kennis’ story. “Ms. Kennis’ claim that I didn’t take the photo is blatantly false,” Brody tells EW. “I took the photo in 1983. The photo was in my possession the entire time, for 26 years, until it was delivered to Vampire Weekend.” Brody declined further comment, citing his own attorneys’ advice.
Wonder who to believe. Wish we could all just get along, and make decisions that helped buzzbands instead of hurting them.
Hope this doesn't impact the cover art industry in 2k12. Worried that some 'visual artist' might sue Animal Collective for 'stealing' the Merriweather Post Pavilion album.
who do yall believe?
do yall care?
should they just 'settle out of court'?
do u think she is 'hot'?
do u think she is the type of insane person who will sue every blog, website, and album retailer on the internet who 'used her image without her consent'?
Do u think Vampy Weeks can just sign a couple of albums for her, and she'll go away?
Remember when Vampire Weekend was 'just a buzzband'?
I remember when Vampire Weekend took out 'a shit load of advertisements' on alt blogs to launch a guerrilla marketing campaign for their new album 'Contra.' They put some vintage, creepy, sexy, slutty vintage bitch on the cover. N e ways, that creepy broad turns out to be 'real' and is named "Kirsten Kennis." Kirsten Kennis is 'pissed' and suing the eff out of Vampire Weekend for $2 million (US) since she claims they stole her photograph.
Is Kirsten Kennis an unchill bitch?
Would Kirsten Kennis be coming after their money if they weren't 'mad famous' after charting at #1?
This story was 'broken' by TMZ, proving that a) indie bands are mainstream bands AND b) there is an increased demand for 'indie band gossip' as opposed to just orchestrated album releases covered boringly by blogs.
Worried abt Kristen Kennis:
The model is Kirsten Kennis -- who claims she took the original photo way back in 1983 -- and had no idea it was being featured on the album "Contra" ... until after the band began to promote it back in November.
In a lawsuit, filed yesterday in L.A. County Superior Court, Kennis claims she thinks it all has to do with a "photographic release" that the band obtained from a photographer named Tod Brody.
Problem is, Kennis claims the signature on the release is a forgery. Kennis blames the band for not verifying the legitimacy of the release -- and is suing VW and the photog for more than $2 mil.
Worried. Good thing Vampire Weekend bros are multi-millionaires so that this will be 'no big deal.' They have sold so many records that the bros probably 'wipe their asses' with $200 bills.
Do u think Kirsten Kennis is a 'lying ass bitch'
Will Kirsten Kennis 'burn in hell?
What do u think Kirsten Kennis looks like now?
Is Kirsten Kennis trying to relaunch her failed modeling career 40 years later?
Do u think Ezra Koenig 'banged' Kirsten Kennis, and she is pissed that he moved on 2 younger pussie?
Will Vampire Weekend have to pay Kirsten Kennis $2 million dollars, or will this get thrown out?
Is TMZ 'the #1 indie source' in the world?
Is blog coverage of indie buzzbands 'changing' right before our eyes?
Do u wish u could build a time machine and travel back in time 2 'bang' Kirsten Kennis's spooky pussie?
Do u think Kirsten Kennis is 'pissed' because she hates the band's music, or does she just want money?
Do u think she walked into a Best Buy and saw her face all over the place?
If u r a lawyer or a judge [via Judy], please feel free to give any sort of legal opinion on this decision.