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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

k-fed plot

Police investigated a possible threat against Kevin Federline earlier this year, but closed the case because of insufficient evidence, authorities said Monday. The Los Angeles Police Department probed the allegations in June, but later determined there was not enough information to keep the investigation active, LAPD spokeswoman Norma Eisenman said.

"There is no current investigation," Eisenman said.

The FBI's Los Angeles field office received "nonspecific, uncorroborated allegations regarding a threat against Mr. Federline" and passed the information to the LAPD because it was not a federal matter, FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said.

Eimiller declined to say when the FBI received the information and would not describe the threat.


pirate name test

Pirate Name Test

Step One

Start with the "What's My Pirate Name?" pirate name test at PirateQuiz. This site promises to scientifically decide your pirate name. Select your favorite color and answer questions about your leadership skills and whether or not you're charming. Complete the quiz to get your own pirate name and the HTML code to add the results to your site. In the search to find pirate names for me, this pirate name test dubbed me "Iron Mary Roberts."

Step Two

Try the pirate name test, which is more like a pirate name generator, at BlogThings. You simply enter your real name and whether you'd like a boy or girl pirate name, and then click submit to get it. It produced this pirate name for me: "Mad Tanya the Terrible."

Step Three

Use the pirate name test generator at GangstaName. All you need to do is enter your real name (last name optional) and select male or female and hit go. This pirate name test chose the following pirate name for me: Stinkin' Bella Smithe.

Step Four

Pick your favorite pirate name and sail away... or, add a link to the pirate name test on your web site or blog so others can join in the fun.


Saturday, October 27, 2007

emmy dresses

Emmy Dresses

Katherine Heigl of "Grey's Anatomy" is drop dead gorgeous in this pale, shimmery gown. We need a drool bucket, STAT! (Getty Images)

Debra Messing couldn't find a dress in time for the show, so opted for her lampshade instead.

Sandra Oh topped off her purple wrap Vera Wang gown with layers of bling that would make Mr. T proud.

Mariska Hargitay can investigate our crime scene anytime. Ok, that didn't really make sense, but check her out! Who can think straight while looking at her?

Black and white come together best in an Oreo cookie.

Is Barney this year's Emmy resident fashion advisor?

Is Cheryl Hines trying to emulate the Emmy poster behind her? If so, well done!

Eva Longoria provides a bright spot on the purple-possesed red carpet.

Eva Jennifer Love Hewitt sees dead people. We see hotness.

Is Heidi Klum ever not pregnant? And is she ever not stunning?

The best red-carpet interviewer Ryan Seacrest could say about Portia DeRossi's Zac Posen design was "You look very comfortable."

Kathy Griffins goes from mocking the red carpet attendees to being one.

Um, Tina Fey? Your lines are supposed to be funny. Your dress is not.

Tyra, it's the Emmys, not the Golden Globes. Cover those suckers up!

Now that "Malcolm in the Middle" is over, Jane Kaczmarek is ready to fly away in this red number.

"Grey's Anatomy" star Kate Walsh would have fared better in her scrubs than this clingy, shiny mess.

Kyra Sedgwick floats along the red carpet on a poofy grey disaster.

Simon Cowell, it's not 1972. Please button up the shirt and spare us the male porn star chest hair.

We're not loving this look, but Lorraine Bracco kind of scares us, so let's just move on...

Odd couple Calista Flockhart and Harrison Ford opt for basic black.

Jaime Pressley works her purple Badgley Mischka gown.

The always-gorgeous Felecity Huffman opts for a low-cut neutral gown.

Lisa Kudrow makes a brilliant "Comeback."


silverstone peta ad

silverstone peta ad

Like most people, I wasn’t always a vegetarian, but I’ve always loved animals. If you ever have a chance to meet a cow, pig, turkey, or goat, you will see that they are just as cute and funny as your dogs and cats and that they, too, want to live and feel love. They don’t like pain. Now when I see a steak, it makes me feel sad and sick because right away, I see my dog or the amazing cows I met at a sanctuary. I’ve been vegan for 10 years, and it’s the single-most important and helpful decision I have ever made. Physically, the effect has been amazing. Once I went vegan, I lost the weight I wanted to lose, my nails were stronger, and my skin was glowing. I feel great, and I look better now than I did 11 years ago.

Being vegan truly is the secret to my life’s joy and peace. I feel physically and spiritually better than I could have ever imagined knowing that I am doing everything I can to reduce animal suffering with simple lifestyle choices like being vegan, never wearing any products made from animals (like wool and leather), and buying only from companies that NEVER test their products or ingredients on animals.

Alicia Silverstone’s Sexy Veggie PSA
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