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18 Year-Old Gets “Bumblebee” Camaro For His Birthday… Michael Bay Rains On Their Parade posted by on August 5, 2011
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To Bee… Or Not To Bee… That Is The Question

So I was just rollin round Beverly Hills last night, when I saw a Transformers “Bumblebee” style Camaro being parked by Valet, with a huge Bow on it, as if it were a gift. I figured that would be loads of fun, since most people only see stuff like that on Lexus commercials for Christmas.

The car was parked right in front of Antonio Sabato Jr.’s Restaurant, Prego, which is right up the street from Mr. Chow’s on Camden. As it turns out, it was a young man’s 18th Birthday by the name of Zhobin Sadeghi. And while the entire family and extended family were celebrating inside, Valet was pulling up Zhobin’s Surprise.

As any person would, he came out elated with his gift, and it because an even greater celebration for the family in the streets. One of my TMZ homeys was there and the family was so excited about the possibility of their celebration airing on television, they began chanting their domain letters as Zhobin drove off.

When I asked Zhobin’s mother, Margan why she chose to get her son such an incredible 18th Birthday Gift, she simply stated with a huge smile of joy on her face, “Because He Is Such A Good Boy“.

The Sadeghi Family “Bee”-Day Gift

A few hours later into the evening, Michael Bay, Director of the Transformers Film Franchise, just so happen to be doing a little celebrating of his own at The Beverly In West Hollywood, but we’ll get back to his celebrations more a little later…

So I decided to ask him as we caught up with him leaving in his Bentley Coupe, if he thinks an 18 year old should get a Bumblebee Camaro for his Birthday. His answer was “No, You should actually work for your car like I did when I was a kid“. He then added, “Parents shouldn’t buy their kids cars”. I asked him why he felt that way, and if it was because it’s too dangerous. He said “Yes“.  You can see this conversation at 3m:30s into the video clip below

Well, Margan Sadeghi, owner of Panache Coiffure & Panache Kids Hair Salon on Montana Avenue in Santa Monica, says that Michael Bay should take responsibility for his own actions.

The Mother and Beauty Entrepreneur said in her defense “How can he speak this way when the popularity of these cars amongst young men, are because of the films he makes“.

I def think she has a point there.

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Downed Sony Playstation Network Could Be Large Scale Identity Theft posted by on April 26, 2011
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Almost 100 Million people may be regretting all their hours of online gaming

In the worst  outage suffered by the Sony Playstation 3 Network since 2006, Sony has had to shut down its Playstation Network and Qriocity music service since the evening of April 20th, after revealing an “external intrusion” that was malicious.

The shutdown affects some 77 Million gamers who have way too much time on  their hands and play war and fantasy role playing games with other players from all over the world.  The United States has some 36 Million PS3 gamers online, with Europe in at 32 Million and Asia comprising 9 Million of the total, mainly in earthquake stricken Japan where Sony is Headquartered.

At first it seemed a security breach that just caused the network to shut down.  But now the heads of Sony fear the possibility that credit card information belonging to its 77 Million users may in fact be stolen.  From what is reported, it is still too early to tell, but it is definitely something the company has not ruled out.

The organization known as “Anonymous” which has targeted Hustler Magazine, Gene Simmons and of course the Church of Scientology, was originally thought to be the culprit behind the attack, but has denied any involvement in the incident.

The breach could possibly cost the company Billions of dollars.  The attack also comes at a bad time for Sony as it just released “SOCOM 4” which is one of Sony’s biggest online game franchises.  The outage is also giving an edge to Microsoft’s XBox gaming platform.  Microsoft requires a $60 a year membership for their network, but Sony’s is free of charge.  While that may help Sony with having problems of refunding membership costs, it will have little consolation to those who use their PS3’s to access services such as Netflix, Vudu or Blockbuster Online.

Sony said the 3-digit security code information located on the back of customer credit cards has not been stolen, hopefully making it difficult for fraud criminals to use customer credit lines.

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