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Porn King TERMINATES XXX Offer to Casey Anthony

The general porn-watching public wants "nothing to do" with Casey Anthony ... so says XXX kingpin Steve Hirsch ... who has officially WITHDRAWN his porno offer to the exonerated 25-year-old.

Hirsch -- who reached out to Anthony's lawyer yesterday in the hopes of landing a deal -- has now reversed course ... telling TMZ, "It has become obvious to us that Vivid fans, and people in general, want nothing to do with her and that includes a XXX movie."

Hirsch explains, "We were ready to make an offer to Casey to star in one of our feature films. It's clear to me now, however, that there has been an overwhelmingly negative response to our offer and so we've decided to withdraw it."

He adds, "We now believe that we underestimated the emotional response that people are having to the verdict. A movie starring Casey Anthony is not what people want to see."

Schalke 04 3 - 1 Valencia (agg 4 - 2)

Jefferson Farfan (centre) and Mario Gavranovic
Farfan (centre) and Gavranovic scored Schalke's key goals

Two goals from Jefferson Farfan and one from Mario Gavranovic saw Schalke come from behind to beat Valencia and reach the last eight of the Champions League.
Valencia took just 17 minutes to cancel out Schalke's first-leg away goal as Ricardo Costa produced a smart header.
But Farfan levelled just before half-time with a superb free-kick.
Gavronovic then put Schalke ahead with a scrambled effort which hit both posts and went in before Farfan sealed things in injury-time with a clever chip.
Schalke came into the game in disappointing form and with question marks over the long-term future of coach Felix Magath.
They began brightly, but their early confidence evaporated when Mehmet Topal found space down the left and fired in a cross to which Costa reacted superbly, controlling a header past Manuel Neuer at his near post.
Schalke striker Raul headed wide soon after, but Valencia attacked against and Christoph Metzelder did well to block Aritz Aduriz's effort.
The Royal Blues looked set to go into the break still trailing but, with five minutes to go, they won a free-kick just outside the area.
It was a dangerous position, and Farfan made the most of it as he curled a superb free-kick into the top corner past Vicente Guaita, who got a fingertip to the ball but could not keep it out.
After the interval, Guaita could only push a cross down to Farfan inside the area, and although the Valencia goalkeeper managed to save the Schalke goalscorer's resulting shot, the ball fell perfectly for Gavranovic, whose effort hit the inside of the near post, rolled across the line and hit the far post as well before going in.
Schalke knew that a Valencia goal would put the Spanish side ahead on away goals, and they survived some nervy moments before the end.
Within four minutes of Gavranovic's goal Aduriz had two great chances to score, but he fired his first into the side netting with Neuer out of position and then, after being put clean through, he was denied by a brilliant save by the Schalke goalkeeper and captain.
Tino Costa then missed another good opening for Valencia while Neuer was called into action again to save a Juan Mata shot.
But Valencia could not force an equaliser and Schalke twice came close to killing the game off late on when Gavranovic hit the woodwork on separate occasions.
The first saw his thunderous drive deflected onto the near post by Guaita, and he then saw a brilliant 35-yard lob hit the Valencia crossbar with Guaita struggling.
Schalke were celebrating a third goal late on though as Farfan broke away before dinking the ball over Guaita to settle the contest.

Schalke double goalscorer Jefferson Farfan:
"Two goals. That is very good but I am just happy the team is through, that is the most important thing.
"I hope I gave our fans something to smile about."
Schalke coach Felix Magath on rumours the board will end his contract at the end of the season:
"It doesn't interest us, and it shouldn't interest us. The truth was plain to see on the field. I plan to continue my work until 2013.
"I am proud with how my players outplayed a top quality national team. We showed we are better when we face top teams."

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Wednesday, 9 March 2011
Champions League
Home TeamScoreAway TeamTime
Schalke 043-1ValenciaFT
(HT 1-1)(agg 4-2)
  • Farfan 40
  • Gavranovic 52
  • Farfan 90+4
  • Costa 17

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Schalke 04

  • 01 Neuer
  • 03 Escuderoyellow card
  • 04 Howedes
  • 21 Metzelder
  • 22 Uchida
  • 32 Matip (Papadopoulos 60)
  • 12 Klugeyellow card (Sarpei 81)
  • 18 Jurado (Draxler 76)
  • 19 Gavranovic
  • 07 Raul
  • 17 Farfanyellow card


  • 33 Schober, 
  • 02 Sarpei,
  • 14 Papadopoulos, 
  • 31 Draxler,
  • 09 Goncalves Edu, 
  • 15 Charisteas,
  • 16 Ali Karimi


  • 13 Guaita
  • 02 Bruno
  • 04 Navarro
  • 20 Costa
  • 22 Mathieuyellow card
  • 05 Topal
  • 07 Joaquin
  • 19 Pablo (Soldado 64)
  • 21 Banega (Facundo Costa 70)
  • 10 Mata
  • 11 Aduriz (Oliveira 75)


  • 01 Cesar, 
  • 06 Albelda, 
  • 14 Vicente,
  • 24 Facundo Costa, 
  • 28 Ramos Jordi Alba, 
  • 09 Soldado, 
  • 16 Oliveira
Ref: ErikssonAtt: 55,000


  • Schalke 0450%
  • Valencia50%

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  • Schalke 040
  • Valencia0

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  • Schalke 040
  • Valencia0


  • Schalke 040
  • Valencia0


  • Schalke 040
  • Valencia0

    Aguilera Hit Stolen From 'Moon People'

    If Christina Aguilera's hit "Ain't No Other Man" sounds like a classic, that's because its infectious beat comes from a 43-year-old song -- and a new lawsuit claims Sony Music hasn't paid the rightful owner for the sample.


    Take a listen ... Christina's song clearly samples from a 1968 latin soul tune called "Hippy Skippy Moon Strut"(aka "I'll Be a Lucky Man) by Dave Cortez and the Moon People. Gotta love that name.

    According to the federal lawsuit, filed in New York, TufAmerica purchased exclusive rights to 'Hippy Skippy' in 2004 ... however Sony Music -- Christina's label -- made a deal with Codigo Music and the Clyde Otis Music Group to use the song.

    TufAmerica is asking the court to declare it the rightful owner of the groovy '60s hit ... and to void the other publishers' claims on the song. The company also wants damages -- as in money.

    XtremeMac 3 in 1 Microdock

    There are now quite many accessories developed specially for a number of Apple iDevices. But despite this, newer and newer ones are still being built that might provide features that may be a bit better or even unique. Consider the new XtremeMac 3 in 1 Microdock, which gives a new twist to what an iPod/iPhone dock might offer.
    The XtremeMac 3 in 1 Microdock is built quite smaller than your usual docking stations for iDevices. But it does offer certain features that also might be of interest. The XtremeMac 3 in 1 Microdock can transform an iPod or an iPhone into a stereo speaker with its two powerful neodymium drivers designed for bigger audio. With a free alarm clock app, the Microdock can be transformed into an alarm clock that can be used with an iDevice during trips. The Microdock can also be used to charge an iPod or iPhone at twice the rate as any current USB. The XtremeMac 3 in 1 Microdock is available at XtremeMac for US$60.
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    Barcelona go 10 points clear in Spain; Milan beat sorry Juve in Turin

    Spanish champions Barcelona continued their relentless pace at the top of La Liga with a 1-0 home win over Real Zaragoza Saturday night.

    It was their third league win in eight days and took them 10 points clear of arch-rivals Real Madrid, who play at Racing Santander Sunday.

    Mali international midfielder Seydou Keita scored the only goal in the Nou Camp shortly before halftime, set up by Lionel Messi.

    With Barca looking to overcome a 2-1 deficit in the home leg of their Champions League last 16 tie to Arsenal in three days time, coach Pep Guardiola rested Spanish stars David Villa and Andres Iniesta, giving 31-year-old Keita and Bojan Krkic a rare starting chance.

    Zaragoza worked hard to keep Barcelona at bay and succeeded until two minutes before the break as Messi worked his way to the touchline before crossing for Keita to score his second league goal of the season.

    Zaragoza, two points above the relegation zone, almost equalized early in the second half with Bertolo getting the better of Gerard Pique but his curling effort went just wide.

    Pique had a header stopped on the line before Victor Valdes in the away goal denied Florent Sinama Pongolle with an outstretched leg.

    Substitute Villa wasted a golden opportunity to make it 2-0 but the hosts were content to play out time.

    Earlier Saturday, Spain winger Pablo Hernandez scored twice as Valencia came from behind to win 2-1 at Real Mallorca to move four points clear of fourth-placed Villarreal in the battle for Champions League spots.

    In Serie A, AC Milan continue to set the pace and increased their lead to eight points with a 1-0 win over Juventus in Turin Saturday night.

    Gennaro Gattuso scored the winning goal after 68 minutes, firing under Juve keeper Gianluigi Buffon for Milan's second vital win in a week, having accounted for fellow title challengers Napoli 3-0 on Monday.

    It was a rare goal for midfielder Gattuso, who is suspended for Wednesday's Champions League clash against Tottenham after his antics in the 1-0 defeat to the English Premier League side in the first leg.

    But it was Juve's third defeat in the row and they have slipped to seventh, seven points of the Champions League spots.

    Milan should have been ahead before Gattuso's goal as Zlatan Ibrahimovic threatened, but it was the Swedish striker who set him up, chesting down a long ball into his path.


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