Rihanna gets wet on the cover of FHM…

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Rihanna gets wet on the cover of FHM // Mary J. Blige covers The Advocate

//Jay-Z gets bossy on Rolling Stone //

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 Sexy girl Ms.Rihanna gets wet for the FHM December issue. These pictures will definitely catch your attention while shopping at your local grocery store or walking by the news stand…..Do news stand even exist anymore? Anyway this is a great way to start off your weekend fellas….or ladies….I’m still not sure which way Rihanna swings…..Well Enjoy !!! rihannarihanna

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Mary J. Blige graces the cover of gay publication, The Advocate. In this issue she lets everyone know how she feels about her gay fans and homophobia in hip hop. Mary J. had some very interesting things to say about people finding themselves. I take my hat off to her for being open about such a big issue in the world we live in. Majority of Hip Hop artists wouldn’t cover a gay magazine. Can you picture 50 Cent or Lil Wayne on the cover of a gay magzine? The way I see it, money is money, and fans are fans, regardless of color, origin or sexuality. She definitely showed loved to ALL her fans for supporting her. This is what she had to say:

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 “The majority of my fans are gay. The majority of them are, and I have to really make sure that they know I’m paying attention to the fact that they support me, and I support them.

“The real hip-hop, the real people don’t even care about that. They’ll love you and accept you no matter what because they know who they are. There are a lot of people trying to figure out who they are and what they’re going to be. There’s a lot of confusion in that. Confusion causes a lack of identity. I’ve heard a couple of guys say foul things, and those guys are not around me anymore because when they say things like that, I’m looking at them like, What makes you so scared? You don’t know who you are? I guess it all boils down to them not being sure about themselves and what they want to do, whoever that is. I won’t say any names. And I don’t dislike them or anything-it just makes me wonder about them period. ‘Cause if you’re not sure about that, then you ain’t sure about a lotta things!”“The majority of my fans are gay. The majority of them are, and I have to really make sure that they know I’m paying attention to the fact that they support me, and I support them.

“The real hip-hop, the real people don’t even care about that. They’ll love you and accept you no matter what because they know who they are. There are a lot of people trying to figure out who they are and what they’re going to be. There’s a lot of confusion in that. Confusion causes a lack of identity. I’ve heard a couple of guys say foul things, and those guys are not around me anymore because when they say things like that, I’m looking at them like, What makes you so scared? You don’t know who you are? I guess it all boils down to them not being sure about themselves and what they want to do, whoever that is. I won’t say any names. And I don’t dislike them or anything-it just makes me wonder about them period. ‘Cause if you’re not sure about that, then you ain’t sure about a lotta things!”

Important Safety Information About Antidepressants

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Important Safety Information About WELLBUTRIN SR

WELLBUTRIN SR is not for everyone. There is a risk of seizure with WELLBUTRIN SR which increases with higher doses. Taking more than 450 mg/day increases the chance of serious side effects. Don’t use it if you’ve had a seizure or eating disorder, or if you abruptly stop using alcohol or sedatives. Don’t take with MAOIs, or medicines that contain bupropion. When used with a nicotine patch or alone, there is a risk of increased blood pressure, sometimes severe. To reduce risk of serious side effects, tell your doctor if you have liver or kidney problems. Other side effects may include weight loss, dry mouth, nausea, difficulty sleeping, dizziness, sore throat, constipation, or flatulence.

WELLBUTRIN SR is approved only for adults 18 years and over. In some children, teens, and young adults, antidepressants increase suicidal thoughts or actions. Whether or not you are taking antidepressants, you or your family should call the doctor right away if you have worsening depression, thoughts of suicide, or sudden or severe changes in mood or behavior, especially at the beginning of treatment or after a change in dose (see Medication Guide: Antidepressant Medicines, Depression and Other Serious Mental Illnesses, and Suicidal Thoughts or Actions).

Shakira Is In No Rush To Marry

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Shakira said: “We’ll get married eventually, or we won’t, but we’re together and that’s what matters. We love each other and we want to stay like that. Why fix something that’s not broken?” The 30-year-old Columbian star says her fiancé is her first priority, and she will always put love before her career.

Shakira, who performed at the premiere of new film Love in the Time of Cholera in Las Vegas recently, added to a magazine: “Love is my primary nourishment. I think that nothing else in life, not even your career or music — well, what I’m saying is a bold statement — I think that nothing can substitute love as the propelling force of everyone’s lives.

It’s number one on my list of priorities, of course.” Shakira wrote three songs for Love in the Time of Cholera. The movie, which tells the story of a 50-year love triangle during the late 19th century, is based on the novel by Columbian writer Gabriel García Márquez.

Her performance raised money for her Fundación Pies Descalzos (Bare Feet Foundation), which promotes educational development in Colombia.

Ten Places You Must Visit Before You Die

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 10) New York City, USANew York is one of those cities you have to visit at least once. Although the Big Apple might not seem like something you’re interested in at first, it’s something spectacular. Just think: you’ve got great shopping, great eats and great people with personality. Drop by the Metropolitan Museum of Art and check out the permanent collection. My favourite is the Costume Exhibit! Once you’re done at the MET, head down to Times Square.It’s not all about the main sights either: check out a movie, catch a show, take a walk through the park or admire the scenery. Your trip won’t be complete without a baseball game at Yankee Stadium. But hurry, they’re already building a new Yankee Stadium, set to open in 2009.While in Paris you can spend your day sipping hot coffee as you stroll alongside the Seine, or you can walk around the downtown area, taking in the local busy scene and shop in the many little boutiques.The Louvre will always be my favorite museum; it used to be a luxurious residence for the royals! Notre Dame is another of Paris’ gems; go there at night to see it light up the Seine. But let’s not forget that Eiffel Tower, which will never cease to amaze! The first thing which comes to everyone’s mind when Egypt is mentioned are the Pyramids, which are not to be missed. Hit them up old school with a camel ride. Explore Khan El-Khalili, Cairo’s fantastic bazaar: from tea, to carpets to anything imaginable, can be found among the shops. Practice your haggling skills; you’re going to need them! Catch this twilight experience from May to July. Like Paris’ Louvre, the Hermitage is not to be missed. Their permanent collection is enormous and features some of Europe’s greatest pieces of art. While you’re there, don’t forget to take in the rooms, and halls themselves; this once was the winter home for Russia’s ruling family! Check out Carnival for a great expression of Creole culture: from food to dance, you’ll find it all here the week before Lent. Make sure you enjoy the country’s calypso music and I dare you to try to limbo! With a beautiful warm climate and a great vibe, Trinidad and Tobago make the top 10!5) FijiA country of 322 islands, Fiji is one of the greatest exotic honeymoon spots in the world. But you don’t have to be a honeymooner to experience Fiji’s beaches, rainforests, coral reefs, and everything else it has to offer. Be sure to treat yourself to some locally grown fruit, as it doesn’t taste any sweeter or fresher anywhere else! Beqa Lagoon is not to be missed because the barrier reef provides fish in every colour; you can’t help but be mesmerized. Try snorkeling or Scuba diving to see the underwater sights, or visit Horseshoe Bay Beach, which has been called “one of the finest beaches in Fiji” by expert Patricia Schultz, author of 1,000 Places To See Before You Die.If you love gardens, Taveuni Island, nicknamed the Garden Island is the place to be to see how volcanic soil has invigorated the local flora and fauna.4) Morocco
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Even if you only go to Morocco to eat, you will leave a happy traveler! Due to Morocco’s long history and the influence of outside civilizations, Morocco is a lovely blend of all sorts of spices, cultures and religions. Be sure to try the couscous.

If you haven’t seen Casablanca, the Moroccan city is a must-see! While exploring one of the world’s largest artificial ports, be sure to take in the Hassan II Mosque. Half of the mosque is actually build over the sea; there’s a glass floor for whorshipers who want to pray over the ocean!

If you’re up for it, arrange a trek into the world’s largest desert, the Sahara, to experience Morocco’s best.

3) Alaska, Anchorage and Beyond!

The cold shouldn’t keep you from seeing Alaska. The beauty of the landscape is a strong draw. Mount McKinley, and the surrounding Denali National Park should be among every tourist’s must-see Alaskan sights. A two-hour drive north of Anchorage puts you among the six million acres of wildlife reserve. Just imagine all the Alaskan wonders you’ll see on the tundra.

For another Alaskan cultural experience, check out the Iditarod, a dog-sled race across the country, starting in the capital Anchorage, which takes place in early March. If you’re interested, you can bid for a spot on one of the sleds to experience the rush of the first 11 miles!

2) Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro
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With the nickname “The Marvelous City,” there’s little doubt why Rio de Janeiro makes the list! Clear, turquoise water, white, sandy beaches and a great tourist friendly atmosphere will never make you want to leave. Check out Ipanema Beach for great surfing and even better sunsets!

Be sure to plan your trip to coincide with Carnival to experience Rio at its best. With the world’s largest Carnival celebrations you’ll find great food, spectacular samba music and the marvelous spirit of Rio! Put some time aside to visit Corcovado, the mountain gracefully looking over the city; a 38-meter statue of Jesus overlooks the entire city and it is prominently featured, no matter where you are!

1) Tokyo, Japan

At the top of the list, we find, mega-metropolis Tokyo. With a population of about 12 million people, the “Eastern Capital” is really a city that never sleeps. You have to be an early riser to catch the action at the world’s largest wholesale fish market; activity in the market all but ceases by 11 a.m.. Be sure to catch the auction starting at 5 a.m., which is perfect for jet-lagged tourists.

Later on in the day, visit the Imperial Palace, home of the Emperor and his family, for a glimpse of lush gardens and beautiful buildings. Don’t miss Mount Fuji. Although not in Tokyo, it can be seen on a clear day! Take some extra time to visit the extraordinary sight If you’re brave, take a hike and join the few who have conquered the mountain!

Bonus: Your Home Town as an Adult

This might seem a little odd in a list of places you must visit before you die, but it’s always important to go back to your roots. Living in a city, town, or mega-metropolis is a completely different concept than exploring it as a tourist. Chances are, you’ve never played the tourist in your hometown. What is your city known for? Narrow a list down to the top five.

Visit old favourites: the city zoo, the best Thai restaurant in town or the city’s famous monuments. And be sure to see something new. If you’ve never been to that old drive-in theater downtown, it’s time to go see a movie. Explore how your hometown has changed from your youth.

Comet Holmes Bigger Than The Sun!

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Comet Holmes Bigger Than The Sun

Summary
Formerly, the Sun was the largest object in the Solar System. Now,
comet 17P/Holmes holds that distinction.

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Spectacular outbursting comet 17P/Holmes exploded in size and
brightness on October 24. It continues to expand and is now the
largest single object in the Solar system, being bigger than the Sun
(see Figure). The diameter of the tenuous dust atmosphere of the comet
was measured at 1.4 million kilometers (0.9 million miles) on 2007
November 9 by Rachel Stevenson, Jan Kleyna and Pedro Lacerda of the
University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy. They used observations
from a wide-field camera on the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT),
one of the few professional instruments still capable of capturing the
whole comet in one image. Other astronomers involved in the UH program
to study the comet include Bin Yang, Nuno Peixinho and David Jewitt.
The present eruption of comet Holmes was first reported on October 24
and has continued at a steady 0.5 km/sec (1100 mph) ever since. The
comet is an unprecedented half a million times brighter than before
the eruption began. This amazing eruption of the comet is produced by
dust ejected from a tiny solid nucleus made of ice and rock, only 3.6
km (roughly 2.2 miles) in diameter.
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The famous politician Men and his WMDs. Hahaha

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South Korea to build 2 more atomic power plants by 2014

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South Korea will build two more atomic power plants by 2014, bringing its total number to 26, the government announced Wednesday.

The new reactors, each with a capacity of 1,400 megawatts, are to be built in the southeastern city of Ulsan by 2013 and 2014, respectively, the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy said. When completed, they will be the country’s 25th and 26th atomic reactors.

The project will cost 5.73 trillion won (US$6.16 billion; €4.46 billion), the ministry said in a statement.

The country’s long-term electricity plan also calls for an additional two reactors by 2016.

South Korea first introduced atomic power in 1978 and now has 20 nuclear reactors in operation, with four more under construction since 2005.

How Not To Push Over A Car

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