He May Be a Filthy Killer But He's Not a Liar: Seattle man pleads guilty to first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of hiphop performer Joseph "29-E" Ryan.
Another Day: Another record-high temperature in Western Washington.
Serious Good News: "U.S. government scientists say they have discovered three powerful antibodies, the strongest of which neutralizes 91% of HIV strains, more than any AIDS antibody yet discovered."
Serious Bad News: Two Lewis-McChord soldiers killed in Afghanistan.
Litigious Roach: Entertainingly unhinged State Sen. Pam Roach sues over allegedly false and defamatory information in 31st District voters' pamphlet.
World Cup Final: Psychic octopus predicts a win for Spain.
Did He Do That?: Dude who played Urkel accused of punching his girlfriend in her breast implant while driving.
The Garbage Factory That Is Mel Gibson's Mouth: A full inventory of its horrible products.
And finally, happy birthday to Courtney Love, the incomparable rock star/rock widow/rock cautionary tale who was born on this day in 1964. Last week I spent a head-spinning few hours watching new footage of Ms. Love. First up was VH1's Behind the Music, an amazingly thorough review featuring the full cooperation of Courtney and leaving viewers with the impression that Love was finally clean and sober and back among the living. Immediately after Behind the Music, I watched Courtney's more recent sit-down interview with FUSE, and was disappointed to learn that not only is Courtney apparently back on all the drugs in the world, she's slowly turning into Debbie Harry. Or Debbie Harry's crazy aunt, who can afford Louboutins. Whatever the case, happy birthday, Courtney, and everybody else, please enjoy this entertaining overview of Love's antics throughout the years (including that amazing time on MTV when she fell forward off a chair and landed on her back. There's a reason she's a star, motherfuckers.)