"Tik Tok" singer Ke$ha is suing a watch company for naming a watchstrap the "TikTok." Someone should tell the U.S. Treasury to sue Ke$ha for abusing the dollar sign.

Reuters spends half of its article about Ke$ha's lawsuit discussing people who are "famous for 15 minutes" suing frivolously "to monetize their personality." This is sort of a passive-aggressive dig at Ke%ha's longevity, no? Ridiculous as she is, Ke$ha's had five top-10 hits—just listening to them would take more than 15 minutes.

Conclusion: Journalistic objectivity is all but impossible in the face of Ke¿?ha's annoyingness. [Reuters, image via Bauer-Griffin]