Author Archive for: ‘Brian Powell’

Chelsea Handler Goes Nude For Finale of Show

On August 26, Chelsea Handler will end her run of seven years of hosting her talk show, Chelsea Lately, on the E! network. Handler first began her career as a stand-up comedian and made the transition to late-night in 2007. With the send-off of her show, Handler gets an opportunity all of us fantasize about almost on a daily basis …

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Alec Baldwin Comes to Defense of Rand Paul

On Saturday, the state of Iowa hosted a conservative Christian event called the Family Leadership Summit. Originally scheduled to speak at said event was Senator and 2016 presidential hopeful Rand Paul (R-KY). However, Paul told the summit that he would be unable to attend the event due to a prior family commitment. So, one can only imagine the ire of …

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Jimmy Carter Calls Out Climate Skeptic Nutcases

In 1979, President Jimmy Carter became the first president to install solar panels on the White House. At the time, the nation was facing an impending oil crisis from the Arab Oil Embargo and Carter was cementing his presidential legacy as the one president, besides Teddy Roosevelt, to give a damn about the environment. Not only did he add 32 …

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Benedict Cumberbatch Sets Theater Sales Record

I’ll admit it. I’m a Cumberbitch. Everything Benedict Cumberbatch touches these days seems to turn to pure gold; the man can seemingly do no wrong. Like every other Cumberbitch, I was terribly excited when I heard that the Christmas special of Sherlock will be a full, feature-length episode, even though said episode is not going to air until Christmas 2015. …

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Oakland Raiders Scrum with Cowboys in Practice

Football season cannot come soon enough. Sure – one can tune into ESPN these days and watch baseball, golf, or NASCAR. But there’s nothing out there to help alleviate the built-up tension and aggression of sports fans like a good ol’ football game. Perhaps more importantly, though, it appears as if the players themselves need to get out on the …

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Christy Mack Earns Aid of Dog the Bounty Hunter

At 2:20 am on August 8, Christy Mack’s apartment was invaded by her ex-boyfriend and former MMA fighter Jon Koppenhaver, aka War Machine. As we all know, nothing good happens once one stays out past two o’clock. In this case, Mack experienced perhaps the worst thing that can happen at such an hour – domestic abuse. The events which transpired …

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Mike Ditka Dissed by Jets Rookie Jace Amaro

Every kid who grew up in the late 80s / early 90s wanted to “be like Mike”. And, if a coach had told one of us to go home and watch some tapes of Jordan – no matter the sport – we would have done it. Why? Because Jordan was and is the best. So, theoretically speaking, if an NFL …

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Swine Flu Epidemic Hits Australia

In 2009, the World Health Organization classified the H1N1 strain of influenza, more commonly referred to as swine flu, as a Phase 6 pandemic, the highest rating possible for such a virus. Thankfully, the pandemic only lasted slightly longer than one year, with the WHO declaring the pandemic over in August 2010. If Australia has any impact on WHO classifications, …

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Osama bin Laden Expressed Fear of I.S. in 2011

When the death of Osama bin Laden, former leader of Al-Qaeda, was announced in May 2011, the western world was assured that it had rid itself of the last great terror to plague the Earth for quite some time. After all, who or what would be able to cause more devastation than bin Laden when he orchestrated the attacks on …

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‘Star Trek 3′ Has a Confirmed Director: Roberto Orci

When it was announced that J.J. Abrams would be the director of the newest Star Wars trilogy, the entire sci-fi community almost collapsed in on itself. It wasn’t that the community thinks Abrams is a bad director or terrible person or ill-informed or anything necessarily negative; it’s just the fact that at the time of his hiring, Abrams was also …

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Marli Hamblin, Utah Teen, Dies in Tragic Accident

Every now and again a news story comes along which reminds us of the fragile nature of life. This happens to be one of those moments. Marli Hamblin, age 15, was listening to her iPod and sunbathing in her driveway this past Friday, theoretically getting the most out of her final days of summer before the beginning of the next …

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Mayim Bialik Expands TV Repertoire

Mayim Bialik began her TV career by playing Blossom on NBC’s sitcom of the same name. Following her foray into acting, however, Bialik would go on to get her PhD in neuroscience and wind up landing a much more appropriate role as Amy Farrah Fowler on CBS’s The Big Bang Theory. Now, Bialik in an Emmy-nominated supporting actress on TV’s …

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