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Alec and Billy Baldwin

Alec and his brother Billy share a dance.

Alec Baldwin was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance last night.  But don’t worry, there weren’t any drugs or alcohol involved.  They made sure that was clear, a close friend of his insists on it.  A relative found him unresponsive in his house and called 911.  They took him into the hospital and realized that the only problem was that his switch was in the “off” position.  They flicked the switch back on and was released within the hour.

Full story here.

John Mayer

John Mayer apolgizes for his usage of the "n-word."

John Mayer apologized on twitter for saying the “n-word” in a Playboy interview.

“In that interview, he also likened his penis to a white supremacist, saying he doesn’t think he “opens himself” to black women.”

What the hell does that even mean?

John Mayer’s Twitter Page

Full Story Here

Liu Xiaobo

Liu Xiaobo loses his appeal in China.  Liu Xiabo was a co-author of an online petition to put an end to Communist rule that was put out last year.  Thousands signed, and for that Liu was charged an eleven year sentence.  That seems a little ridiculous to me, but so does fake Communism.

More on Charter 08

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Lincoln Diaz-Balart

Lincoln Diaz-Balart

Lincoln Diaz-Balart, a republican from Florida announced that he would retire after nine terms of service to this wonderful country of the free and the brave.  He was born in Havana, Cuba and not only was he one of the first american but he was involved in many Cuban-American affairs including advocating the assassination of leader Fidel Castro.  But he has a soft side as well because he tried to help Elian Gonzalez’s relatives secure his custody from his father.  It’s touching really.  Anyways, he’s gone soon.  He’s one of the eighteen Republicans to announce their retirementat the end of the term.  Twelve Democrats have done the same.

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Kinda looks like Jon Lovitz, doesn't it?

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