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Catherine Zeta-Jones Enters Treatment

Beautiful 43 year old Academy Award winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, wife of actor Michael Douglas, has entered a treatment facility because of her battle with bipolar disorder. The treatment facility has a 30 day program that treats symptoms of the mood disorder which may have it’s roots in the genetics of individuals who develop the […]

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Sarah Palin Might Run For Senate

Bob Livingston, leader of The Tea Party Leadership Fund is urging former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin to run the U.S. Senate seat held by incumbent Democrat Senator Mark Begich. At home, the senator appears to be in some political trouble with approval numbers dipping below the 50% mark recently as his views on political issues […]

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NBA Star Jason Collins Comes Out As Gay

12th season NBA star Jason Collins has come out as a Gay. He is currently a center for the Washington Wizards but was also a Boston Celtic as well. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED will be running a story on this as well with an interview with the basketball star in their May 6 issue. The NBA star […]

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A Jeep Ripoff For $1899!

Leave it up to the Chinese to ripoff just about everything. The latest blatant ripoff is this 2 seater version of the old WWII styled Jeeps complete with a rear mounted gas can and rear mounted spare tire. But, this smaller than usual Jeep ripoff is powered by just a 125cc air-cooled engine with some […]

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Iraq Suspends Al Jerzeera’s Network Broadcasting License

The government media watchdogs in Iraq have decided to suspend the broadcasting licenses of the very popular Arabic broadcasting network, Al Jerzeera, because of too much controversial broadcasting that the government claimed to be inciting a new round of violence in the country that recently led to 170 recent deaths because of bombings or sectarian […]

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Georgia High School Holds First Integrated Prom

A Georgia high school sought for 40 years to evade federal anti-discrimination laws by not holding any school sanctioned proms and instead allowing parents to host their own private “whites only” proms. But, some white and black students hosted a Facebook page calling for a school sanctioned prom that would open to all students regardless […]

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Women Run Cuddling Business

Two women are running a seemingly harmless and helpful nonsexual touch therapy business, but some in the media and other quarters are questioning the business. The Snuggery has two women with a background in yoga or other skills who believe in the power of nonsexual touch who will snuggle with clients for $60 an hour […]

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NBC Gives GRIMM A Big Sign Of Confidence

NBC is giving their supernatural drama, GRIMM, a big sign of confidence. The critically well received show that takes place in Portland, Oregon(my hometown, and a local favorite, BTW) is being promoted from graveyard Friday to Tuesday evening starting this week, right behind NBC’s #1 rated singing competition show, THE VOICE. That’s quite a significant […]

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Sunday Funny Photo Contest

“Where will you be when diarrhea strikes?”….See if you can meet or beat my absurd comedy caption here for the famous LOST IN SPACE robot. LOST IN SPACE ran for three seasons over at CBS, and the man inside the suit(Bob May) was great for not taking a break, often even smoking cigarettes inside the […]

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Hostess Brand Returning With More Cost Cuts

The bankrupt assets of the former Hostess brand company that produced Twinkies and other snacks will be returning to business after Apollo Global Management LLC and Metropoulis & Co. purchased the company assets for a purchase price of $410 million dollars. But, the new company plans to continue the cost cutting moves of the previous […]

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Country Legend George Jones Dies

George Jones was one of country music’s greatest enduring legends by far. He was an active performer, singer and songwriter since 1954, starting with the small record label Starday, and later signing record deals with other labels such as Mercury, United Artists, Musicor, Epic, MCA Nashville, Asylum and Bandit Records labels. Although George Jones was […]

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Jenna Marbles: One Billion YouTube Clicks & Counting!

One of the biggest stars out there is beautiful blonde comic personality Jenna Marbles. So far, the funny blonde has had over one billion clicks at YouTube for her new funny videos that she makes each week. She’s been made numerous offers to do comedy, TV or movies, but instead has turned down all of […]

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The 1966 AMC AMX Prototype

Back in 1966, while AMC still had the Rambler as their main automobile line, the company was looking ahead to the future and image changing automobiles. When you’re #4 in the auto business, you need a game changer of some type and AMC wanted to flirt with the notion of building a sports car to […]

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Woodstock Legend Richie Havens Dead At 72

Only weeks after the death of another Woodstock legend, Alvin Lee, of Ten Years After, another big Woodstock legend has died. Richie Havens was a raspy voiced, fast fingered folk music legend who was the opening act at Woodstock. He improvised many songs including “Freedom” which was actually an impromptu number composed on the Woodstock […]

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You Know Your Son’s Becoming A Terrorist When….

He starts to look an awful lot like a young Bob Dylan, Arlo Guthrie or Donovan. He changes his name at add a lot of consonants. He starts using kitchen cookware for things other than how God intended it to be used for. He suddenly takes on an abnormal love for neighborhood hardware stores. He’s […]

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