Monday, March 29, 2010

Pamela Anderson "Titivating" Her Self on 'Dancing With The Stars'

Pamela Anderson "Titivating" Her Self on 'Dancing With The Stars' on Hot Topics -- Pamela Anderson "Titivating" Her Self on 'Dancing With The Stars'. She became one of the stars who improved in week two of competition. In week 2 of 'Dancing With The Stars' the celebrities really stepped it up.

Talk about Pamela Anderson is talking about something on her body. Pamela Anderson has reportedly had breast implants and then had the breast implants removed. Many people may think that having breast implants put in is a form of "titivating". Actually, however, it is not.

Pam Anderson is still a very attractive woman, even at an age that many consider to be advanced by nighttime dance show sex symbol status. She was blessed with great looks and, believe it or not, actually underrated acting ability. She's no Meryl Streep, mind you, but her acting is actually not as bad as one might assume given her looks and role on Baywatch.

Back to the topic, Pamela Anderson became one of the stars who improved in week two of competition. In week 2 of 'Dancing With The Stars' the celebrities really stepped it up. Judges had positive feed back for Pamela Anderson's Fox Trot. Head judge Len Goodman even called Anderson "titivating' a rare choice of words for the busty blonde.

Below is the video of Pamela Anderson:

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Thursday, March 25, 2010

Alex Hermann: Autistic Kid With Perfect Bracket

Alex Hermann: Autistic Kid With Perfect Bracket on Hot Topics -- Alex Hermann a 17 years old from Chicago, Illinois. Alex Hermann has been the only person known to come forward with a 2010 NCAA perfect bracket. He claims the secret to his success is he likes numbers and is good at mathematics. Hermann says "I pays real close attention to the games and last season’s history, but was this perhaps a stroke of luck? I pay attention too, and that’s why I chose Kansas! But I was wrong, like most of you, and Alex has prevailed thus far."

Just for your information, an autistic kid with perfect bracket of NCAA will not win $10000. Sweet 16 round of NCAA men's basketball is to start today. If your favorite is already pulled out of NCAA in its earlier rounds, it is now the time for you to pick a Sweet 16 favorite from a shortened list of sixteen. However, it is not an easier task to pick your favorite, as there may happen anything surprising and shocking you in the back courts.

Most basketball fans, even including the president Obama forecast a Kansas University win in the championship. But, the most favorite was pulled out in a biggest upset by Northern Iowa. This instance itself is enough to see how unpredictable NCAA forecast is.

To clarify, Alex Hermann correctly picked Cornell, Northern Iowa, Washington, and St. Mary’s (CA) to be right where they are. Unreal. So now the big question is, who did he pick to go all the way? His favorite of course, Purdue (where brother Andrew Hermann went to college). Hermann has predicted they’ll make it all the way to the NCAA Championship 2010, and take down Kansas State. If this notion seems a little crazy, I wouldn’t be so quick to judge. Maybe next year, along with Dick Vitale’s picks, we’ll also get some insight from Alex!

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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Randy Neugebauer "Baby Killer"

Randy Neugebauer "Baby Killer" on Hot Topics -- Members of Congress were hardly more civil to each other, with one anti-abortion GOP congressman decrying the legislation by shouting "It's a baby killer" on the floor of Congress.

While the remarks were repugnant to many people, First Amendment experts say the outbursts were protected speech because they didn't inspire immediate violence, said David L. Hudson Jr., a scholar at the nonpartisan First Amendment Center in Nashville.

But the overheated rhetoric could lead to political damage for those who oppose the health care reform plan.

"They're going to lose their audience," said Phyllis Gerstenfeld, a professor of criminal justice at Cal State Stanislaus who has studied hate speech. "At this point, to get ears, they're going to have to seem sympathetic."

Added UC Berkeley linguist and author Geoffrey Nunberg: "This way of talking is not going to serve the needs of people who are trying to appeal to independent voters."

Political rhetoric has become increasingly polarized over the past two decades and took an unusually nasty tenor late in the 2008 presidential campaign.

That carried over into the health care debate beginning in 2009, from raucous Tea Party-led protests at congressional town hall meetings to Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., shouting "You lie!" during President Obama's health care address to Congress in September.

U.S. Rep. Randy Neugebauer of Lubbock is a banker, a quiet, polite guy who has made few waves in Congress and was little known beyond West Texas until he shouted out "baby killer" during the tense final hours of the health care debate.

"I'm just trying to represent the people of the 19th Congressional District," Neugebauer told Lubbock TV station KCBD on Monday. "The intensity of the American people was represented in my intensity last night. ... I still believe that that Senate bill is a baby-killing bill."

Neugebauer, a Republican, also denied that he was calling Democratic colleague Bart Stupak a name; he said that his full comment referred to the health care legislation itself.

But the fallout was immediate, as Neugebauer was the subject of daylong media reports and White House condemnation. His Democratic opponent called the outburst "embarrassing" both for Neugebauer and the people of West Texas. Allies called it an uncharacteristic flash of intensity from a four-term, 60-year-old Republican whose anti-abortion views run deep.

Still, no one was predicting that the otherwise mild-mannered Neugebauer would turn into quite the sort of cause célèbre as the hot-tempered Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., who heckled Barack Obama as a liar during the president's speech to Congress in September.

Both Wilson and his Democratic opponent quickly raised copious sums of campaign cash after the incident. Neugebauer seemed more sheepish than defiant Monday as he confessed to being the heckler Sunday night.

He issued a written apology to the U.S. House, and he called the apparent target, Stupak, to explain himself.

Democrats viewed it as a damaging pattern of self-inflicted GOP behavior as health care came to a head, in step with racial epithets hurled at black lawmakers and anti-gay slurs aimed at Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass. These comments, strategists said, kept the focus away from GOP complaints about the cost of the bill and how it was "crammed" down Americans' throats.

At the White House, press secretary Robert Gibbs chastised the heckler, even as he acknowledged that passions ran high.

"We ought to be able to have that debate without the type of language and actions that we've seen in some places over the weekend," he said.

Neugebauer cruised to re-election by a ratio of 3-1 in 2008 and ran unopposed in the GOP primary this month. This year's Democratic opponent, engineer and first-time candidate Andy Wilson, has raised less than $7,000, about 1 percent of the incumbent's war chest.

Wilson said he would have voted for the bill, adding that he finds it "ironic" that Neugebauer would shout at Stupak, who led a group of anti-abortion Democrats demanding guarantees against taxpayer support for abortion.

Lubbock County GOP chairman Chris Winn said Neugebauer has zero to fear in terms of voter backlash. Quite the contrary, he said, because the comments reflect the passions of his constituents.

"Congressman Neugebauer represents his district as a Christian conservative and has done so with a great deal of respect," Winn said. "He's a gentleman, and his words should not be taken as hateful or cruel."

Abortion foes say Neugebauer was right in saying the legislation expands the federal role in paying for and promoting abortion. At the Texas Alliance for Life, executive director Joe Pojman noted that his district is safely Republican.

"He's always been solid on life issues. ... We've always been supportive. This won't change that, obviously," Pojman said.

Neugebauer's other spotlight moment came last summer, when he backed the "birther bill" requiring presidential candidates to show proof they were born on American soil. The liberal MSNBC host Keith Olbermann called him the "Worst Person in the World" for saying he wasn't sure if Obama would qualify.

As for Stupak, he accepted the personal apology but said the breach called for a more explicit apology to the House.

"I also let him know that, while we all have had a very long week and tensions were high leading up to the vote Sunday night, I feel it is important for members to maintain decorum of the House," the Democrat said.

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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

NCAA Basketball Bracket 2010 Schedule

NCAA Basketball Bracket 2010 Schedule on Hot Topics -- The bracket is out and games are scheduled to be in the full swing from today March 16, 2010. The committee rolled out 65 teams who will participate in the next round of tournament. Syracuse, Duke, Kansas and Kentucky were all given No.1 seeds and Kansas was awarded No.1 seed for over all tournaments.

There's just a day or so left to fill out those NCAA Mens basketball bracket 2010 printouts for your office pool or just for fun. With March Madness 2010 getting underway, fans are looking for the NIT and NCAA brackets that are black and printable.

The NCAA Tournament 2010 edition, also known as the "Big Dance" will start on Thursday, February 18th, 2010 in various regions of the country. The four top-seeded teams heading into this year's tournament are Syracuse, Duke, Kentucky and Kansas. Kansas and Kentucky seem to be the early favorites going into the tournament, but there's plenty of teams which could play spoiler or become the "Cinderella" of the dance.

As for the 2010 NIT or National Invitational tournament, the games are already underway as of Tuesday, March 16, 2010. In the opening games, UCONN, North Carolina State, UAB and Texas Tech are among the teams to win their first round matches, so they'll move on to the next round. More games are ongoing tonight, and more will go down on Wednesday. So if you were looking to enter a NIT bracket contest, those are closed right now, but you can still print out a bracket to follow along with the winners!

To get your NCAA Mens Basketball bracket 2010 printable version or a copy of the printable 2010 NIT basketball bracket.

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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Actor Corey Haim Died This Morning

Actor Corey Haim died this morning of an apparent overdose -- possibly accidental -- according to LAPD. He was 38. Police tell us they were called to St. Joseph's hospital in Burbank, CA shortly before 4 AM PT to investigate. Haim shot to fame in the 80s -- when he co-starred in a number of films, including "The Lost Boys" with Corey Feldman.

Feldman added that Haim had started seeing a new treatment specialist in the last one weeks. "That specialist put him on a new line of medications," they noted. "Let's say that they may not have corresponded with the medications they was currently taking."

However, tonight on The Larry King Show, Haim's longtime mate Corey Feldman, stated: "People need to stop jumping the gun, stop saying it was a drug overdose... and wait for the coroner's document to come out. This could hav been a quantity of things. It could've been a kidney failure. It could've been a heart failure. It could've been a mixture of drugs. Or it also could've been, you know, your body shuts down after years of abuse."

In a 2004 interview, Haim said, "I smoked my first joint (while) working on The Lost Boys." They was 16 at the time of the vampire film's release in 1987.

Haim's agent Mark Heaslip told King that Haim had the flu and was "having trouble breathing late last night." Haim had been staying at this mother's apartment. "He got up and was stumbling and fell straight to the floor. They called an ambulance but they had a cardiac before they actually (got to the hospital)."

"I lived in L.A. in the '80s, which was not the best place to be," Haim continued. " I did cocaine for about a year as well as a half, then it led to crack."

In rehab, they was prescribed drugs, kicking off a lifelong addiction.

"I started on the downers, which were a hell of a lot better than the uppers because I was a nervous wreck. But two led to one, one led to two, two led to five, until at the finish it was about 85 a day. The doctors could not believe I was taking that much. And that was the Valium. I am not talking about the other pills I went through."

Now friends are coming out of the woodwork discussing Haim's dependence on pharmaceuticals.

"He was obsessed with Vicodin and pain killers," offers producer Nathan Folks. "When they came to my house, that was all they wanted. They worked hard to overcome his addiction to illegal drugs and was anti-drug and was in AA and NA for years which saddens me. But it seemed like they turned to prescription drugs in lieu.”

"It was always prescription drugs," says a mate. "He didn't drink, didn't do meth, not coke - prescription drugs, all the way. Tons of them."

Haim also appeared in Silver Bullet, Lucas, License to Drive and Blown Away, and on the reality-TV show, The One Coreys, with fellow infant actor Feldman. They was the subject of the Thrills' song, "Whatever Happened to Corey Haim?"

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Thursday, March 4, 2010

Modular Homes & Heaven Homes

The whole thing saves some money and certainly, a lot of time. You tell the designers about the way you want your house to look and they design them for you. Next the blocks are built according to the designs and then transported to the slot you want your home to be.

Modular or fre-fab homes use to be considered sub par, now they are a method that works well. Technology and ingenuity make home building quick and easy. A 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,250 square foot home will cost you $150,000.

Haven Homes is a good idea for the right person. If you have extra land and need a home or want to create an investment property, this idea could be right for you. Building technologies and new methods allow this process to create a quality home. This just might be what this economy needs. Invest in areas that have hit hard times or need a makeover. Quickly build some homes, and sell or rent.

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