Friday, July 29, 2011
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Thursday, July 28, 2011
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
This is exactly why I like Taylor Swift. It always nice to see when an artis appreciates her fans so much. Way too go Taylor!
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
There's a new Xbox coming out that will be bundled with the "Star Wars: Kinect" game. It has blue and white colors like R2D2 and comes with a golden controller like C3P0. It also beeps and whistles like Artoo when it powers up or the disc tray opens. Very Cool!
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Monday, July 25, 2011
REBA MCENTIRE thinks America would be better off if your kids were employed. She tells GAC.com, quote, "Kids have a hard time finding part-time jobs. You have to be a certain age before you can work. When we were out in the country we had lots of jobs. "(We'd) take care of animals, livestock and other work. When you're in the city it's hard to find a job for the kids, so I wish there were more (jobs) for kids at an earlier age. I understand the child labor laws, but also, it has hurt our country in a way."
Friday, July 22, 2011
Have A Great Weekend Gang!
Thursday, July 21, 2011
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Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Monday, July 18, 2011
The other day, Fox 5 news in San Diego started their morning show with a live shot of some guy using a water-powered jet pack. And when he tried to take off from the harbor, he got about six inches off the ground and splashed down in the ocean. Then when they cut away, it showed the two anchors laughing. The guy was fine though, and he got the jet pack working a few seconds later.
This past Mother's Day, 45-year-old writer Deborah Copaken Kogan updated her Facebook status and wrote, quote, "Nothing says Happy Mother's Day quite like a Sunday morning at the pediatrician's." Her four-year-old son Leo had woken up with a mysterious rash and a high fever, so she took him to the doctor. He got meds for strep throat, but his face kept swelling, and he looked worse the next day. Deborah kept posting about it, including photos of Leo's swollen face, and got ANOTHER diagnosis from a second doctor's visit scarlet fever. But Leo kept getting worse, she kept posting photos and comments about his puffy face, and eventually one of her Facebook friends actually picked up the phone and called her: She knew what Leo had, and he had to get to a hospital IMMEDIATELY. Her son had had the exact same symptoms, and ended up with something called Kawasaki disease: A rare auto-immune disorder that affects kids under the age of five, and attacks the coronary arteries surrounding the heart. And it can be fatal. Two of Deborah's pediatrician friends on Facebook posted the same diagnosis when they saw Leo's photos. Deborah rushed him to the hospital and he was diagnosed with the disorder. Another day, and it could have been too late. It affected both his heart and liver, and he was in and out of the hospital for weeks, but he's alive and recovering fine.
Friday, July 15, 2011
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Check your local listing for Miranda's "Behind The Music" special tonight on VH1.
The Yankee fan who caught Derek Jeter's historic home run ball this past weekend could have kept the ball and sold it to a collector for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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Tuesday, July 12, 2011
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley will be back together again in November. They've been picked to host the Country Music Association Awards for a fourth straight year. The 45th annual awards will be aired live Nov. 9 from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on ABC. Paisley is the reigning CMA entertainer of the year. Paisley and Underwood have won 19 CMA awards between them. As Paisley notes in a news release announcing their return, they've achieved a comic chemistry over the years with Underwood's class balancing "my non-class act. I'll try my best to not mess it up." The CMA Awards are the most-watched country awards show. More than 16 million viewers tuned in last year.
Friday, July 8, 2011
The final Space Shuttle launch is set for either today or Sunday, depending on the weather in Cape Canaveral. You've probably seen video of launches before, but MSNBC has a time-lapse video of the four days LEADING UP to the launch. This is VERY COOL!
At one point he told his manager, quote, "I've got to spend some time with my wife." His manager then casually replied, quote, "It's probably only going to get worse from here." That's when Blake lost it. Here's what he told the "New York Times", quote, "It was like somebody shoved a knife through my chest. It just hit me so weird that I started crying. I had to be alone for a while." It was definitely a wakeup call for Blake. And he vowed not to put their relationship through that again. He said, quote, "The one thing we can't allow to happen is we get so busy that we lose each other. "Do I want to be the biggest star on earth? Yeah. Am I willing to do what it takes to be that? No."
Thursday, July 7, 2011
According to insiders, the NFL lockout could end by next week. So before it's over, checkout out TAYLOR LAUTNER from "Twilight" in a new "Field of Dreams" parody about the whole thing.
Don't get too excited, though it's really the same old fitness stuff. She jumps rope, does lunges, strength training, stretching and boxing. As for LeAnn's diet. Again, you'll be riveted to know she dines on unprocessed foods, lean meats, vegetables and tons of fruit. Jackson expects the video to be ready sometime next month.
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Check out the rest of his reactions . . .
"NO JUSTICE for CAYLEE. I feel sick to my stomach. Dear Lord, what has our world become?" "I'm sitting with my 18-month-old son and can't FATHOM how [people] can 'celebrate' in court when a baby was killed. ANIMALS." "This is the last thing I'll say about it: Read MARK 9:42."
If you don't have a Bible handy, here's the verse, from the New International Verson: "And if anyone causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to be thrown into the sea with a large millstone tied around his neck."
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Celebrities like using Twitter to connect with fans on the big holidays and country stars are no exception. Here's what a few of them had to say.
BRAD PAISLEY: "It's amazing the founding fathers had the foresight to give birth to our nation at the perfect time of year for grilling out."
MARTINA MCBRIDE: "Happy 4th of July! Thanks to all our armed forces, past and present, for protecting our freedom."
THE BAND PERRY: "Happy 4th of You Lie!!" (--That's a new one to me . . .)
SCOTTY MCCREERY: "Happy 4th of July! I'm here chilling with the rest of the idols rehearsing today. Think we could shoot some fireworks off in the arena?"
LEANN RIMES: "Much love to all the men and women who fight and have fought for our freedom and to keep us safe. Happy 4th! Who's wearing red today?!"
Friday, July 1, 2011
#2.) Americans spend $203 MILLION just on CONDIMENTS for July 4th. That's more than the $193 MILLION we spend on hamburger patties.
#3.) No July 4th spending compares to FIREWORKS we spend at least $600 MILLION on 'em nationwide.
#4.) Over 80% of the American flags in the U.S. were made in China.
#5.) When America became an independent nation in 1776, it had a population of 2.5 million. Now the population is over 311 million.
#6.) Last year, New York City had the largest fireworks display in the U.S. It included 22 tons of fireworks about the same weight as six elephants.
#7.) Last year there were 11,000 firework-related injuries more than half of which were minor burns on the hands. There was only one death and that was a guy balancing a mortar shell in a tube on his head.
#8.) The 4th of July is the biggest holiday for beer sales, with approximately 68.3 MILLION cases of beer sold. The rest of the top five, in order are: Labor Day, Memorial Day, Father's Day (--awesome), and Christmas.