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Steve Jobs Biopic Gets a Villain

The indie biopic that is in the works starring Ashton Kutcher as Jobs and Josh Gad as Steve Wozniak (Book of Mormon) has officially cast a villain. We also now know that the film is currently being directed by a relatively unknown in Joshua Michael Stern (Swing Vote). It will concentrate on Job’s life from 1971 on. Matthew Modine (Joker …

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Nintendo Announces This Week’s Downloads

The highlight of this weeks Nintendo download announcement is the addition of E3 content made downloadable to your 3DS. But they also have some other notable releases this week including the original Prince of Persia to be played on the 3DS and Lego Batman 2 (also for 3DS). Available for free download on the 3DS this week are highlights from …

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Kanye West Shoes Selling for $80k Online

This is not a pair worn by Kanye, mind you, this is just a pre-order for the regular shoe that comes out this Saturday. The price tag is $245, but TMZ has seen them going up to almost $90,000. They took this screen cap yesterday. (image) After some hardcore investigative journalism, I’ve noticed that the highest price right now is …

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Michael Jackson’s Estate Sued For $1 Billion

According to TMZ, Michael Jackson has been sued in San Diego in what appears to be a bogus lawsuit. A convicted criminal is attempting to get $1 billion, claiming Jackson exploited personal details about her life in his songs and never paid her royalties. Kimberly Griggs claimed to have had an intimate relationship starting 1979. According to her, some of …

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SpaceX Valuation Doubles After Successful Mission

Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) made history on May 25 by flying a successful mission that docked with the International Space Station and successfully landed back on Earth. It is the first privately owned spaceship to reach the ISS. According to VentureBeat and the financial data company Privco, that successful mission has skyrocketed the value of the company, doubling it from …

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Shin Kicking is a Sport: With a Championship and Everything

Anytime a British person tries to belittle Americans by saying we are crass and stupid, you can point to this video to defend yourself and your country. That is the “sport” of shin-kicking. The object is simple. Kick your opponents shins until they fall over. That’s pretty much it. Well I guess there are rules. There is no tripping, or …

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Charlie Sheen: I Wasn’t Winning, I was In Denial

Interviewing in the Rolling Stone (also featured on the cover), Charlie Sheen says that his “winning” period following his boot off of Two and a Half Men was more like “total denial”. “Clearly, a guy gets fired, his relationships are in the toilet, he’s off on some fucking tour, there’s nothing ‘winning’ about any of that. I mean, how does …

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Google Nexus Android Tablet Leaked

Phone Arena has caught a Nexus Android Tablet in the wild. The rumored tablet is supposedly a collaboration between Asus and Google. So far they have done good to keep it out of the hands of the media, until now. Many think it will be officially revealed at the company developer’s conference June 27. The tablet is rumored to have …

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Woman Straps Gas Can in Car Seat – Not Her Toddler

This photo was posted on Facebook by the Colorado Department of Transportation. It was taken by an Aurora, Colorado traffic cop when he stopped a woman during the states “Click It or Ticket” enforcement campaign. The woman was pulled over for conducting an illegal left turn, but was cited for two seatbelt violations and a car seat violation. The woman …

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Honda Fit EV Gets 118 Miles Per Gallon

If you are tired of paying those high gas prices, but are unswayed by today’s hybrids and electrics, you might soon rethink your pessimism. The new 2013 Handa Fit EV has just been given the world’s best fuel efficiency rating by the Environmental Protection Agency at 118 Miles Per Gallon with an unprecedented consumption rating of 29 kilowatt hours (kWh) …

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Ray Bradbury: Sci-Fi Legend, Dies at 91

The Science Fiction Author of such literary classics as Fahrenheit 451 and Something Wicked This Way Comes, Ray Bradbury, has died in Los Angeles at the age of 91. Bradbury suffered a stroke in his later years that left him confined to a wheelchair. He still wrote, however, turning out plays, novels and a volume of poetry, and attending library …

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Miss Pennsylvania Resigns: Says Pageant Was Rigged

Miss Pennsylvania has stepped down from the Miss USA pageant, claiming that the competion is rigged. Pageant officials say that she just disagrees with thier desision to allow trangender contestants. Sheen Monnin, otherwise known as Miss Pennsylvania, posted on her Facebook page Monday that she will resign from the Miss USA competition. She claims that another contestant saw a list …

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