Friday, 1 February 2013

Victoria Jackson Just Asking, 'Why Isn't There A White History Month,' Is Not Racist

I wrote a uke song called “White Men Are Good” and sang it at a comedy club about 4 years ago. I could feel the audience tense up. Why? Why is there a Black History Month but not a White History Month? Now, that the white race is becoming a minority in America, pe …

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Unexpected Things That Might Happen in A Beach Wedding

There are many places where you can have your wedding, one of which is the beach. However, you have to note that planning a beach wedding is much more difficult than planning an ordinary wedding. There are many things that you should consider that are not present in a traditional wedding. Most of all, when you will have a beach wedding, there are a few things that might happen unexpectedly. What are these unexpected things that can happen and how can you deal with them? Read on.

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Thursday, 31 January 2013

Jeremy & Jason London's Sad Spiral in 5 Clicks

Jeremy & Jason London's Sad Spiral in 5 Swipes

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Fox Picks Up Comic Book 'Mind MGMT' for Ridley Scott to Produce (Exclusive)

Dark Horse Entertainment?s Mike Richardson and Keith Goldberg also are attached to produce.

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'New York Times' The Target Of Chinese Cyber Attack

The New York Times says hackers in China infiltrated the newspaper's computer systems. The Chinese government closely watches and censors Chinese media reports about policy and officials but it is less able to do so with the foreign press. The attack on the Times may signal a tactic that can be used against foreign news organizations.

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U.S. Navy to Scrap Vessel Stuck on Philippine Reef

Philippine officials are examining potential legal violations and fines against the United States after a $277 million ship ran aground in a protected coral reef.

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N.J. urges stronger ethics laws after Chesterfield official's conflicts revealed

The New Jersey comptroller is recommending strengthening the state's ethics laws after an investigation revealed that a longtime Burlington County official misused his position to reap hundreds of thousands of dollars from a nationally recognized farmland preservation program he helped create.

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