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Monthly Archive for December, 2011
A Dallas-area model and fashion blogger walked unassisted Monday for the first time since being severely injured walking into the propeller of a small airplane Dec. 3. Lauren Scruggs, 23, of Plano lost her left hand in the accident, plus suffered head, brain and shoulder injuries from the plane propeller. She’s in a Dallas hospital. [...] [Read More]
MensHealth.com has announced Jennifer Aniston is the sexiest woman of all time. From the story: Funny is sexy, and Jennifer Aniston is funny—she was invited to join Saturday Night Live before her big break with Friends. Her down-to-earth persona makes her seem attainable, and anyone who’s seen her in Office Space has to admit she [...] [Read More]
One of the world’s most fiercely debated paintings just became even more mysterious. Artist Ron Piccirillo recently discovered “a secret that has been hiding for five hundred years” — three animal heads in the landscape of the Mona Lisa. Piccirillo claims to have figured out Leonardo da Vinci’s “secret vantage point” for viewing paintings, which [...] [Read More]
Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman James Looney was arrested in November after allegedly smashing his Maserati into three cars and later spit at a police offer, according to a report by TMZ. Loney was arrested because he was believed to be under the influence of drugs after he swerved into one car and careened into [...] [Read More]
A principal in North Carolina received a lot of criticism nationwide after he suspended a 4th-grader for sexual harassment after the boy allegedly called a teacher “cute.” Now, according to the Associated Press, that principal has been forced to resign. School officials have confirmed the 9-year-old’s actions did not amount to sexual harassment. Jerry Bostic [...] [Read More]
The company announced it plans to install the Coca-Cola’s Freestyle soda fountain machine in all 850 U.S. company-owned restaurants, according to a Wall Street Journal story. Burger King hopes to install the machines by April 2012. [Read More]