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A lost world has been discovered in the Indonesian mountain jungles, CNN reported today. Bustling with undiscovered plantlife and tropical birds, one scientist reports "It’s as close to the Garden of Eden as you’re going to find on Earth."
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There are pictures going around of Britney driving with her baby on her lap. Hereâ€™s her side of the story, from People:
A source close to Spears explains that the singer drove to Starbucks with her bodyguard in the passenger seat and son Sean in his car seat in the back. When the bodyguard went into the store to get the drinks, Spears took Sean out of his car seat and held him in her lap while she waited. Photographers approached the car, says the source, and became aggressive. Once her bodyguard climbed back into the car, Spears drove away while still holding her son.
Sometimes I think that photographers don’t always have their subjects’ best interests in mind. But then again, if that baby didn’t want to be photographed, he shouldn’t have allowed himself to be born.
(Picture from Egotastic.)
In this brain teaser, you must match the television show with product advertised during it’s programming. Enter your answers in the comments section.
A. Nuetrogena Anti-Wrinkle Cream 1. Showtime at the Apollo
B. Mercedes Benz 2. The View
C. McDonalds 3. Hallmark Hall of Fame Movie
D. Hallmark Greeting Card 4. The Gauntlet
E. The Army 5. 24
F. Men’s Warehouse 6. Girlfriends
G. Jacoby and Meyer’s Personal Injury Lawfirm 7. Six OClock News
(answers after the jump)
Sketchy Hollywood Private Eye, Anthony Pellicano, has been accused of accessing confidentional law enforcement records of Garry Shandling, Kevin Nealon, and Keith Carradine. In his defense, Pellicano says he was just trying to protect the American people from the fearsome trio’s plot to blow up the world.
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Switch to decaf, Perez – for reals.
February 6 is a very newsworthy day in the history of celebrity conception. In 1931, Dan Ratherâ€™s parents got more riled up than a three-legged cow in a milk jug, conceiving the future CBS anchorman. And one extremely early morning in 1950, the local weather for Jane Pauleyâ€™s parents was fertile. Happy conception day, Dan and Jane!
Also conceived today: John Keats (1795), John Candy (1950)
If Piper’s McDonald’s Sim game didn’t satisfy your appetite for online fast food fun, maybe this will.
Remember that creepy Burger King commercial last night where women wearing Whopper-ingredient-costumes all piled on top of one another? Well, if you go here you can make your own Whopper sandwich featuring the Whopperettes. I honestly can’t believe I just wrote that sentence.
I’m not sure what the best part of this site is. Brooke Burke. The King dancing on the side of the screen. The Send to a Friend option. Seriously. If a friend of mine ever sent me an online video of a sandwich he designed, we’d have to have a looooooooong talk.
After logging about eight hours on Chibi-Robo in the last four days, my eight-year-old daughter has decreed it to be the best title ever for the Nintendo GameCube. Chibi-Robo is a four-inch-tall domestic cleaning robot, a gift to a young girl from her father, an out of work roboticist. Besides attending to tasks like scrubbing up muddy dog prints off the floor with a toothbrush (and accumulating "Happy Points" for doing so), Chibi-Robo explores the house, learning snippets of a meta-story involving a no-good robotics company out to harm the family.
I feel sorry for Chibi-Robo. Couldn’t they at least give it a mop?