Chicken Revived by CPR

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According to CNN, a chicken was revived by mouth to beak resuscitation after being found floating face-down in a pond. Marian Morris said she hadn’t had any practice with CPR in years, but she was interested to see if she "still had it."

According to the chicken, she never lost it.

Ludacris on “SVU”; Plus, Cracking the “L&O” Code

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According to the New York Daily News, Ludacris is joining the Dick Wolf empire:

Chris (Ludacris) Bridges is the latest familiar face set to pass through "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." The hip-hop artist will appear in an upcoming episode of Dick Wolf’s popular NBC series playing Detective Fin’s (Ice-T) nephew.  "I have been a fan of Dick Wolf’s ‘Law & Order’ for a long time," said Bridges in a statement. "When I was approached to work on ‘SVU’ and read the script, there was no way that I could turn down this amazing opportunity. The character was so rich and the story line so complex that I knew it was something I had to do."

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SIZZLER(ISH): Bill Nye the Science Guy Gets Married

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From the AP:

Bill Nye is no longer the Single Guy. Nye, who hosted the
educational PBS series "Bill Nye, the Science Guy" during its nine-year
run, married his fiance Blair Tindall last Friday, it was announced
Tuesday.

The
50-year-old, bow-tied Nye and Tindall, author of "Mozart in the Jungle"
and a former concert oboist, exchanged vows at a conference where Nye
spoke.

They were married by the Rev. Rick Warren, pastor and author of "The
Purpose-Driven Life." Cellist Yo Yo Ma, accompanied by MIT Media Lab
Professor Michael Hawley on the piano, performed a wedding march.

Is anyone else thinking of the pool scene in Real Genius?

NBC: Our Shame Is Showing

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I just saw a promo for Fear Factor: Freaks and Geeks. So let me get this straight: The network that canceled one of the best shows ever (Freaks and Geeks) is using the name of that show to get people to watch one of the lamest and most exploitative shows ever? Now that’s classy!

… OF THE DAY

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The Unknown Species of Bird of the Day is the Berlepsch’s six-wired bird of paradise, named after the "six fine feathers about 4 inches (10 centimeters) long on the head of the male which can be raised and shaken in courtship displays." According to CNN, this bird was found among other new species of birds, butterflies, frogs and plants in a "lost world" in the jungles of Indonesia.The expedition

also took the first photographs of a Golden-fronted bowerbird in front of a bower made of sticks, while he was hanging up
blue forest berries to attract females.

It found a rare tree kangaroo, previously unsighted in Indonesia. Beehler said the
naturalists reckoned that there was likely to be a new species of
kangaroo living higher altitudes.

Congratulations, six-wired bird of paradise and all your recently discovered friends!

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Vanity Fair Shoot

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Everybody’s talking about the new Vanity Fair cover. Well, now there’s a Behind The Scenes video to provide you with even more Scarlett and Keira.

Watch it, but just be warned: it’s kind of like watching a cheesy B-movie that was edited for USA’s Up All Night in 1994. There are hot women who are almost naked, there’s bad music, a sleazy looking guy revealing too much chest hair, and there’s no plot whatsoever. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it now, just like I enjoyed The Bikini Carwash Company then.

Discaderm and Dream Better

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Are you bored when you sleep? Depressed by uneventful dreams? Ask your doctor about Discaderm, the semi-natural way to enhance your dreaming capabilities. A combination of the Nicotene patch and three straight hours of the Discovery Health Channel’s Medical Mysteries, Discaderm works with your neurological patterns to guarantee you a fascinating but disturbing dream cycle that will keep you talking about it the whole day.

Heres how it works: put the patch on at night and then enjoy the Discover Health Channel’s gratuitous footage of calcified babies, lobster people and burn victims. Then fall peacefully asleep.

Testimonies:

  • "Discaderm dreams blew my fever dreams out of the water." -Jennifer Wong, Scranton PA
  • "After a night of Discaderm I couldn’t stop telling people about my wacky dreams." -Thomas Hanson, Beacon, New York

And now try Extra-Strength Discaderm with added hot peppers.

Discaderm not reccomended for those with heart failure, curly hair or lisps. Consult your doctor if you are too afraid to sleep.