Captain Lou Albano of wrestling fame and Saturday morning TV’s Mario has passed away at 76. He played Cyndi Laupers Father in the music video, “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”.
O Magazine or Oprah’s Magazine’s has the full essay that Susan Klebold wrote about her son, Dylan Klebold who was one of the killers of the Columbine massacre. She writes that on the day of the killing spree, her son was very short with her as he left the house and that was the last time she saw him alive. She read her son’s journal after his death and said she never realized how suicidal he was.
Jaycee Dugard, the little girl who was kidnapped 18 years ago has an exclusive photo in People Magazine. This is the first picture of Jaycee as an adult since she was rescued from this horrible ordeal.
Marge Simpson, of animation fame, has been making the headlines for posing for Playboy Magazine. In these pictures that were released yesterday, Marge is only wearing her signature blue bar net.
The strange halo cloud that hung over Moscow, Russia has the world wondering about its origin. No one knows for sure what this is but the theories range from punch hole cloud to aliens visiting.
The Dow Jones passes 10,000 for the first time in a year!
Dr. Phil McGraw has a second woman come forward with allegations against him. 26-year-old Crystal Matchett is claiming that she was held against her will at the production office of Dr. Phil’s show. She alleges was exposed to “completely naked man, who was exposing his entire naked body, genitals and all.” This was a strange psychological ritual by his production team, according to TMZ. Last week the similar allegations were reported by Shirley Dieu who said that the doctor groped her while she was in a therapy session with him. The phone lines in the office were cut so she could not call police she reports.
That is one expensive word! The highest price keyword in the United States last month was “Mesothelioma”, it sold on Google for $99.44 per click, according to the AdGooroo Search Engine Advertising Update: Q309. This was the highest selling keyword in September. The same word was number one on Yahoo, but it was sold for 60.68 per click. The number one place on Bing was “auto insurance comparison” which brought in $55.20 per click. AdGooroo analyzed the price for the first time in September.
It’s getting near that time and you can tell by this year’s number one toy being bought all over the country. Christmas! This year the Zhu Zhu Pet Hamster looks promising as the next toy phenomenon of the season. It is a toy that looks, acts, and sounds like the real thing right down to every detail. It is the answer to every kid’s wish for a pet hamster without the messy cage. This toy is unbelievable. It is technology at it’s best.