Ready and raring to go for season two of New Zealand’s Got Talent, Tamati Coffey talks fun times, furry friends and “elderly drag queens” with Shaun Bamber.
A quick scout around the pervier corners of the net – the ones where screen-shots of onscreen nudity are piled high – will offer up plenty of images of Angelina Jolie naked. But snaps of a topless Angelina Jolie with a horse They’re much harder to come by, unless you’re happy to settle for bad Photoshopping and the disapproving looks of friends, family and colleagues for even searching for such a thing.
Kurupt Discusses, among other things, Snoop Lions Musical Transformation. Snoop Dogg (The Artist Formerly Known as Snoop Dogg) has recently underwent grown and transformation as an artist. To shed his old persona and embrace the new, he went to far as to change his name from Dogg to Lion. Fellow rapper and friend, MC […]
Barely a month ago, big , bluff William Bennett looked upon his early works as Secretary of Education and declared them good. “I have more affinity with the views of the American people than do most of my academic colleagues,” he announced
Several studies suggest a link between caffeine consumption and risk of miscarriage. But the cause and effect has never been clear: does caffeine increase a woman’s risk of miscarrying, or do women who are already at low risk for miscarriage tend not to drink caffeine?
You’ve got to give Donald Trump credit: he’s everywhere, and everywhere he goes, he manages to offend in new and different ways. Take his quotes in the latest book by MSNBC Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski, Knowing Your Value: Women, Money, and Getting What You’re Worth.
A year after the poisonings, public confidence is restoredOne year ago last week, James Burke made a decision that will probably be studied in business schools for a long time to come. Going against the advice of Government agents and some of his own colleagues, the chairman of Johnson & Johnson decided to spend whatever millions it would cost to recall 31 million bottles of Tylenol capsules from store shelves across the U.S
In 1985, when the first rumblings of Gorbachev’s thunder disturbed the moldy Soviet silence, the holy fools on the street–the people who always gather at flea markets and around churches–predicted that the new Czar would rule seven years. They assured anyone interested in listening that Gorbachev was “foretold in the Bible,” that he was an apocalyptic figure: he had a mark on his forehead
I was a 37-year-old senior vice president in charge of the consumer-products-and-publishing division at Nickelodeon, the children’s cable channel, in my office celebrating with a few colleagues the announcement of a huge, groundbreaking deal with Sony to create and market home videos of our hit shows, such as Rugrats and Ren & Stimpy. The phone rang
You wouldn’t think the man who made his mark in Washington as the knight-errant of campaign-finance reform and whose name is rarely written without the word maverick attached would ever meet a cause he deemed hopeless. But that was pretty much where Arizona Senator John McCain was a couple of weeks ago in his quest to transform the nation’s immigration laws and set on the path to becoming citizens the estimated 11 million people who are here illegally