Reality TV Star, Honey Boo Boo, is pushing for her own animated series, and she just may get it. She’ll Star in Her Own Animated Adventures…. If the pint-size reality star has her way, she’ll soon be the focus of animated children’s cartoon series. “I want to be in my own cartoon,” the “Here […]
Apparently a man has bought an old DeLorean and had it fixed up to be an exact replica of the Back to The Future car; and… he’s driving it around town, giving a treat to all who see it! Not Actually Doc Brown…. It might look like Doc Brown was driving his […]
Ms. Lohan has found herself in some serious financial trouble after the IRS put a lean on her accounts! Situation Dire! Lindsay Lohan’s financial situation is so dire, she is struggling each month to pay the rent on her Beverly Hills mansion. She Cannot Even Come Up With Her Rent Each Month […]
Darlene Cates Loses 250 Lbs., Sets Sights on Acting Again
There’s nothing quite so relaxing as fishing off your deck or dock, as long as something else isn’t fishing the same water.
Pearl lovers, Hong Kong is your oyster. Just ask Joanne Larby
LIECHTENSTEIN They reign over a mere sliver of a state, but their fortune is decidedly big league. The Liechtenstein familys wealth, which predates their purchase of the principality that bears their name, was once concentrated in vast land holdings in the Holy Roman Empire.
At the end of a boat race one crew always sits up straight, breathing hard but smiling. That is the winning crew
Royal Dutch Shell said on Thursday that a total of 5,000 staff would be leaving the Anglo-Dutch oil and gas group as part of a restructuring begun earlier this year.
Nigeria’s state oil company rejected criticism from a leading human rights group Wednesday, calling an Amnesty International report "inaccurate." “We have issues with the report,” said Levi Ajuonoma, a spokesman for Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation. Amnesty said Tuesday that pollution and environmental impacts from the oil industry in the Niger Delta are creating a “human rights tragedy” in which local people suffer poor health and loss of livelihood. Governments and oil companies are failing to be accountable for the problems, Amnesty said in its report, called “Petroleum, Pollution and Poverty in the Niger Delta.” But the state oil company said it was local communities who cause much of the environmental damage by vandalizing pipelines for monetary gain.