Archive | January 2013

As it appears she got out that black SUV. It would have been more of a hassle to put the coat on just to have to take it back off to put it on again to take it off.

I wonder what is the big deal about Adrienne only owning a portion of the Palms. The truth of the matter is she has ownership, more than I can say about Brandi and can someone please tell me what is Brandi’s relevance to the show?


It must have been some heat in the kitchen for him to come out publicly now. Men just ought to come out with the truth instead of living a lie.

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Former NFL quarterback of the Miami Dolphins announced that he has a love child (his 7th) by a CBS employee (sports production assistant) back in 2004 — which means he did cheat on his wife who is the mother of his 6 children. Marino stated:

“I take full responsibility both personally and financially for my actions now as  I did then. We mutually agreed to keep our arrangement private to protect all  parties involved.”

My wife and I have been married  for almost 30 years and have six children together. And we continue to be a  strong and loving family” – NY POST

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Either this was done due to the sensitivity of the what One Billion Rising stands for or they didn’t want this episode’s ratings to be affected on that day. Whichever good choice.

Originally posted on TVLine:

MikeTysonNBC has moved the airdate for a Law & Order: SVU episode guest-starring convicted rapist Mike Tyson up a week, to Feb. 6, lest it fall the day before One Billion Rising, a nationwide event protesting rape and other violence against women.

The casting of Tyson — who in 1992 was convicted of raping an 18-year-old Miss Black American pageant contestant, and served three years (of a six-year sentence) in prison for the crime — spurred controversy from the get-go, eliciting at least one petition to have his role recast. (Tyson, the Washington Post‘s TV Column reports, is playing a death row inmate who murdered a man who abused him as a child.)

Tyson addressed the petition (which was started by rape survivor Marcie Kaveney and at last count amassed 11,600 signatures) in a TV Guide Magazine interview, saying, “I’m sorry that [Kaveney] has a difference of…

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