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Texas restaurant chain trademarks the term “breastaurant”

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The term breastaurant has been used for years to describe Hooters, Twin Peaks and other restaurants that feature scantily clad waitresses who cater especially to a male appetite. Thanks to a trademark filed with the United States Patent and Trademark office, however, there is officially only one Breastaurant. Bikinis Bar and Grill, a chain that   [Read More]
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SNL parodies Rutgers basketball scandal (Video)

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It didn’t take long for “Saturday Night Live” to take on the Rutgers basketball scandal. In this hilarious clip from this week’s show, take a look at the women’s coach for fictional Middle Delaware State, played over-the-top by host Melissa McCarthy, who makes Mike Rice look gentle. Q: Why would you throw a toaster at   [Read More]
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TV: Let’s talk about ‘Mad Men’

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By David Wiegand What year is it? Does anyone know? If you’re watching “Mad Men” on Sunday night, (and who isn’t?) I’m not supposed to tell you what year it is when the sixth season opens. Creator Matthew Weiner will descend on any critic like the hounds of hell if we reveal what year it is, […] [Read More]
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Movie stars, filmmakers, and fans say goodbye to Roger Ebert on Twitter

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[View the story “Movie stars, filmmakers, fans say goodbye to Roger Ebert” on Storify] Movie stars, filmmakers, fans say goodbye to Roger Ebert On Twitter the famous mourn and celebrate the legendary film critic. Storified by Jeff Elder· Thu, Apr 04 2013 14:09:10 All best thoughts to Roger Ebert who’s undergoing another battle. He’s been   [Read More]
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See the CDC’s graphic anti-smoking ads

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The Associated Press reported last week on the graphic new anti-smoking ads released by the Centers for Disease Control. This is the second round for the ads, which feature real former smokers. Some of them are heart-wrenching. The $48 million campaign includes print ads, TV and radio spots. The government says last year the ads   [Read More]
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N.H. school district bans dodgeball because of Sandy Hook

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Schoolchildren in Windham, N.H., will no longer be allowed to play dodgeball because of the Sandy Hook tragedy, a New Hampshire school board has decreed. “When I saw the names of some of these (dodgeball) games, unfortunately guys, we live in a world where 20 babies were slaughtered, Windham School Board member Stephanie Wimmer said.   [Read More]
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Video: Magic Johnson’s son comes out as gay

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Earvin Johnson III is out and about with his boyfriend, not afraid of what anyone says. I guess it’s because he knows that his family will always support him. His dad is very proud of his son, sources say.

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How about a free burrito for dinner tonight?

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After a long, tiring day of endless April Fool’s jokes, don’t worry about what’s for dinner tonight. Houston-based Bullritos has it covered, and this is not a joke. The restaurant chain is giving away one free chicken burrito to every guest from 5 to 8 p.m. on Monday, at all 18 locations. The chain said   [Read More]
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