Which would be a far better punishment if we believed the blogger in question ever left his home anyway.
The financial pundit (and former Guns 'N' Roses bassist) pens his first-ever column for the New York 'Times,' on the subject of business travel.
About five months too late.
Axl Rose: "In a nutshell, personally I consider him a cancer."
And speaks and speaks and speaks. We kid, it's actually great to finally hear his thoughts on 'Chinese Democracy'!
After being missing for the better part of these past fifteen years, cornrowed recluse Axl Rose has finally turned up — on the Internet!
What the heck happened here?
Was it intentional sabotage on the part of a company that didn't want to follow through with an expensive promotion? Or just general Web-based incompetence?
It's good — but not quite perfect.
If you're not yet sure about committing 100 MB of your hard drive to an album that Axl Rose labored over for thirteen years, you can now stream it on MySpace.
We guess this means Axl actually has to release this thing now!
"We feel it probably won't be anywhere near the work by the original."
This is definitive proof that hard work never pays off.
There was a time when our nation could believe in a soda company's solemn promise to deliver a free can of its beverage to every man, woman, and child in America.
We'd love to say something funny here, but, like everyone else, we ran out of 'Chinese Democracy' jokes in 2003.
It would be lame to see him tossed in the clink for sharing some crap you'll be able to get at Best Buy in a month.
We're pretty sure we've seen that cover hanging in our aunt's bathroom.
Dr. Pepper promised free soda if 'Chinese Democracy' came out before 2009. And they intend to follow through.
Twenty-seven-year-old blogger Kevin Cogill of Culver City, California, has been arrested on suspicion of violating federal copyright laws.
Davis traces GN'R's illustrious history all the way back to Axl's origins as a disaffected Indiana kid named Bill Bailey.
Axl's new song leaks to YouTube! Was it worth the fifteen-year wait? No!
A publicist for Rock Band 2 says, off the record, that 'Democracy' is coming in September in four volumes.
New, allegedly finished versions of nine songs have leaked — could a release date be close? No.