Author Archive for: ‘Aleyia Dixon’

Framily Plan- A Sprint Plan Frame-Up?

Calling all family, friends, enemies, frienemies– CNet tells us that Sprint has introduced a new family plan that they refuse to call anything other than the Sprint Framily Plan. Likely more of an unfortunate scenario for the fine customer service folks at Sprint who are forced to say the made-up word each time, the spelling represents not just family being …

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George Takei: Utah, Boldly Change Your Gay Stance

George Takei, widely known for his role as Mr. Sulu on the original Star Trek series, is currently dealing with another breed of species– politicians. While promoting his part in the 2014 Salt Lake Comic Con FanXperience, gay activist Takei set his phasers on kill when addressing Utah’s current decision to dismiss all same-sex marriages that were performed when they …

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Lauren Tannehill: Jesus, Guns and Football

Lauren Tannehill probably loves a lot of things, but by now we are definitely sure that she loves Jesus, her Miami Dolphins-footballin’ husband and choppers choppas. Good enough reason to learn more about this Texan blonde, don’t you think? The stats: Age: 26 Height: 5’7 Religion: Devout Christian Alma Mater: Texas A&M Regularly seen: At Miami Dolphin games, performing charity …

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Miral Nagasu Suffers Olympic Snub

A spectacular performance by figure skater Miral Nagasu on Saturday was not enough to win her another coveted spot on the U.S. Olympic figure skating team. The talented skater Ashley Wagner placed lower than Nagasu during the 2014 World Championship, but received the spot Nagasu had hoped for leaving Nagasu to be satisfied with just skating one of her best …

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Dakar Rally 2014: 7th Stage in Bolivia Ends Today

The Red Bull-sponsored 13-stage off-road endurance race has been held in South American countries Argentina, Boliva and Chile since 2009. The first race was held in 1979 in Paris, but was moved to South America due to political discord. After a delayed start due to bad weather, the seventh stage went underway today. Carlos Sainz is the winner of today’s …

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Margot Robbie: Sex, Lies & Film Tape

While Margot Robbie of The Wolf of Wall Street is a sensation, don’t call her an overnight one–she may be new to us, but she’s been doing this for years. Well, as much as she can do in her adult life being that she’s only 23. The Australian-born actress has been steadily acting professionally since her 2007 graduation from Somerset …

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Sam Berns: Inspirational Teen Battling Progeria Dies

The Progeria Research Program tells us that Sam Berns, the well-loved boy who helped the world become more aware of Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome, has died this Friday at the age of 17. Sam Berns became an inspiration for many due to his positive perspective about his condition and life in general. In various interviews, his theme was often one of …

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Bugatti Veyron Owned by Simon Cowell Up For Sale

It’s pretty much time for all of us to wake up in a newused Bugatti. Since Simon Cowell is done with his after only driving it for four years, it seems like a great time to head over to the car auction in Scottsdale, Arizona where the car will be sold. Barrett-Jackson, the car auctioneer, gives us the specs for …

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Whoopi Goldberg to Lead Neil Patrick Harris Honors

The Drama League has happily announced that their dear friend Whoopi Goldberg will be hosting their 30th Annual Musical Celebration of Broadway. This year’s benefit gala honors Neil Patrick Harris, the Golden Globe Nominee and Emmy Award winner currently on the television show “How I Met Your Mother.” The Drama League of New York has served as a not-for-profit arts …

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Delray Beach Flooding: I-95 Shut Down, Lives Lost

Southern Florida laid under more than a foot of rainwater earlier today due to a flash flood that washed out homes and streets– and also took two lives. A Florida newspaper tells us of how schools and a large section of I-95 were shut down today, and the high waters even drifted into the emergency room of the Delray Medical …

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Supervolcano: Is it Time for Another Eruption?

While the country concentrates on keeping warm this winter, Yellowstone National Park holds another concern of different temperatures. Yellowstone National Park holds the only supervolcano not under sea level, and it could erupt at any time. CNN tells us that according to Geophysicist Bob Smith who heads the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory at the University of Utah, it is more than …

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Winter Storm Ion: It is Really, Really Cold Outside

Today’s winter storm has been brought to you by the polar vortex, guaranteed to bring you unforgiving wind chills, snow and severe overall discomfort. Winter Storm Ion has brought high inches of snow with promises to bring much more. Weather forecasts of -31, -25 and -15 will be seen in some states (mostly Midwestern states) throughout Wednesday. States in all …

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