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Jon and Kate: Gosselins going for the green?

Brittany @ May 31, 2009 # 3 Comments

To get the latest news on what TLC has dubbed “America’s favorite family,” just take a quick scan of the covers and headlines of the majority of those grocery line gossip magazines on your next grocery grab to see for yourself. The controversy surrounding the famous family known for their TV show Jon and Kate […]

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Lust for lacking limbs, (yes, seriously)

Brittany @ May 31, 2009 # 5 Comments

It may still be strange to you, but it’s not uncommon to hear a story about a person who claims to have been born in the wrong body, or just with the wrong parts. These fall under the more or less familiar category of gender identity disorder (GID). Somehow though, I doubt you’re familiar with […]

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Scientolo-Wiki no more

Rob @ May 30, 2009 # 4 Comments

Today marks the date of the greatest cyber event of the year. No, it wasn’t on YouTube. It wasn’t even the amazingly well-orchestrated renewal efforts of the TV show Chuck by its devoted fanbase. No, this event is so amazing, it deserves a paragraph all to its own. Today, Wikipedia banned the Church of Scientology […]

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SEC to cap the crap

Rob @ May 30, 2009 # 4 Comments

There’s been a lot of press lately about the Southeastern Conference (SEC) this college football off-season. The latest news is about the recruiting habits of certain schools, not named the University of Florida (go Gators!). The habit in question is in regard to the number of athletes signed for a college football team, with some […]

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Jordan-esque tendencies reappearing

Rob @ May 29, 2009 # 4 Comments

To those that watched and followed the NBA playoffs this year, one thing has become pretty obvious: the Jordan days seem to be back. I’m talking about the days when the home and visiting teams played by a certain set of rules and Jordan played by his own; days when fouls such as an offensive […]

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Banking on a trend with Twitter TV

andrea @ May 29, 2009 # No Comment Yet

That’s right, a Twitter-based television series is just about ready for pitching (just when you thought your social networking world couldn’t get any better…). Twitter has teamed up with Reveille Productions and Brillstein Entertainment Partners to mastermind the creation of this fine television show. Producers told the Alternative Press that the show “would harness Twitter […]

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Consumer confidence boost

andrea @ May 28, 2009 # 3 Comments

We all need a little confidence boost from time to time. This next one is WAY overdue. According to the Alternative Press, the Consumer Confidence Index received a lofty boost of 40.8 to 54.9 this month. This may come as a surprise for consumers and investors alike since unemployment levels aren’t getting any better. Economists […]

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A presidency of firsts

andrea @ May 27, 2009 # 3 Comments

Republican, Democrat or whatever else you may be, you cannot deny the fact that this presidency will go down in history. President Obama is making sure of it. It started with the presidential race itself. Never before have presidential candidates used the World Wide Web as they did this past election. Unlike the race before […]

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Cheerios claims challenged

Brittany @ May 26, 2009 # 6 Comments

We see TV commercials all the time that advertise the cholesterol-reducing power of Cheerios. It’s true that right on the front of each box of Cheerios cereal, posted in big, bold white letters reads, “Cheerios Can Reduce Your Cholesterol!” Visiting the Cheerios Web site, you’ll also see the same message boasted, but with a little […]

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New on the swine flu

Brittany @ May 24, 2009 # 3 Comments

It’s still one of the biggest news topics right now and I’m sure you’re eager to know what the latest is regarding the swine flu. Well, here goes…. Last week, Friday, we discovered that the swine flu had spread to New York City, where, according to an AP report, lead to the closing of three […]

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