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Author Archive for: ‘Heather Campobello’

Anderson Cooper Acts Like a Dyngus

Over the summer Anderson Cooper went on a 40 second giggle fest after he discussed Gerard Depardieu’s airplane urinating incident on The Ridiculist. The French actor could not wait to use the toilet a moment longer and decided to let out his own jet stream on a CityJet flight from Paris to Dublin. The following clip made me laugh for …

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Britney Spears is X Factor’s New Judge

We reported to you earlier that Fox’s X-factor let go of host Steve Jones because Simon Cowell thought there was a “Brit limit on the show.” Well apparently there is more room for Brit power than was originally permitted — after much negotiating, Britney Spears will become the next judge on the show. She will receive $15 million for her …

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Kourtney Kardashian’s Baby Girl Might Be Named Rosie

Kourtney Kardashian wll be having a baby girl with beau Scott Disick in July. The star told People that she feels nauseous in the morning but other than that she has been doing great. She admitted that her current pregnancy is slightly more difficult because her toddler son, Mason, is very energetic and doesn’t give her enough time to rest. …

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Lollapalooza Line-Up Includes Black Sabbath, Jack White, and Red Hot Chili Peppers

Lollapalooza organizers announced their 2012 line-up yesterday. Headliners will include the Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Black Keys, Black Sabbath, Jack White, Florence + The Machine, At the Drive-In, Bassnectar, and The Shins among others. According to Lollapalooza’s video, the festival will take place in Chicago’s Grant Park from August 3rd to the 5th. The music festival hosts more than …

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Sherri Shepherd Cut From “Dancing with the Stars”

Sherri Shepherd, co-host of ABC’s popular daytime talk show The View, was eliminated from Dancing with the stars last night. Her magnetic personality and humor was simply not enough. Before starting the show Sherri said she was terrified to dance in front of a national audience but wanted to show her son that it is important to take risks in …

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James Cameron to Reignite Robo Wars Craze?

James Cameron recently amazed the public with his voyage to the Mariana Trench where he described the bottom of the ocean floor to be lunar, desolate, and isolating. Now he is switching gears by developing a TV show for the Discovery Channel that features robots battling each other until they are inoperable. Robogeddon is expected to be very similar to …

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National Cheese Fondue Day Makes Mouths Water

Get out your cutting board because April 11th is National Cheese Fondue Day! Whether you enjoy coating your veggies, bread, fruit, or sauteed meat in cheese this is truly a situation where you can get some cheddar and feel better. Sorry, was that too cheesy? Queue rim shot. Fondue is the national dish of Switzerland and Americans have had an …

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Miley Cyrus Slams Gluten and Takes Pilates Classes

There have been rumors that Miley Cyrus is anorexic but the star says that her slimmed down figure is the result of Pilates classes and adherence to a gluten-free diet. In a recent tweet she admitted that she missed fried food and resorted to smelling a bag of it to quell her cravings. Apparently she is a big fan of …

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World Travel in 10 Days: Just What the Doctor Ordered!

Casey Neistat accomplished what many of the 99 percent will never get to experience, he traveled around the world in 10 days. Living life for the rest of people who have been chained to a desk since time immemorial, Casey raced through Rome, Paris, New York, Egypt, Thailand, Johannesberg, and Japan. Neistat and his friend Max paint a portrait of …

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Bill 964 Protects Employees From Having Their Facebook Activities Monitored

Reports indicate that several Baltimore employers have been asking for passwords to their employees social networking sites in an attempt to monitor their employees’ background and activities more closely. Such practices created a public outcry and Baltimore has passed a law that prohibits employers from asking for such information. Facebook also posted on their website that they found such attempts …

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Can the iBrain Read Stephen Hawking’s Thoughts?

As if out of a science fiction paperback, a team of California scientists have developed the world’s first portable brain scanner. Upon further development the innovative tool may be able to read a person’s mind. NeuroVigil’s Chairman Philip Low, named the instrument the iBrain and it is the world’s first mobile brain scanner. MIT’s Technical Review Board named Low as …

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UK Home Office Brought To Its Knees

Hacktivists affiliated with Anonymous reacted against UK’s extradition policies by infiltrating the UK Home Office website. The attack comes under the “Op Trial At Home banner, #optrialathome on Twitter, supports anti-extradition protests for Chris Tappin, Richard O’Dwyer and Gary McKinnon and was announced by a Twitter account called @AnonopUK.” The attackers used a distributed denial of service (DDoS) tactic to …

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