They're in love! They're a couple in love!
Aren't they just the sweetest??
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This weekend, a Duke University professor was suspended after it was discovered he wrote racist comments in a New York Times article, proving that he's too ridiculous to be considered an "educator."
Jerry Hough had to speak his mind after reading a New York Times editorial titled How Racism Doomed Baltimore. The professor disagreed with the article, which he deemed was telling black people to feel sorry for themselves.
He thought there was a connection between the Baltimore riots and black people having "strange," non-traditional white names. The Professor wrote in the comments:
"Blacks get symbolic recognition in an utterly incompetent mayor who handled this so badly from beginning to end that her resignation would be demanded if she were white. The blacks get awful editorials like this that tell them to feel sorry for themselves."
Hough compared "the blacks" to other cultures who have faced discrimination, specifically Asians. He continued:
As we reported in December, X-tina hit up the theme park to celebrate her 34th birthday where she reportedly got into a huge fight with Mickey Mouse!
The pop diva tried to get a picture with the character but was forced to wait as the performer had to go on break.
Well NO ONE puts the pint size performer on hold, and she allegedly called the dude an 'asshole'!
Pluto is not going to be happy about this!
Fast forward to this past weekend, it seems like Miz Aguilera's feud with Mr. Mouse is over!
The Beautiful singer visited the magical place on Saturday AND Sunday with her fiancé Matt Rutler and her son Max!
On Sunday, the Grammy winner
Apparently, the popo ain't down for probiotics!
As we reported last year, former teen star Andrew Keegan started Full Circle Venice, a 'non-denominational' and 'non-profit' New Age temple located in Los Angeles.
However, it's already starting controversy!
Last Friday, undercover agents with the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control raided a charity thrown by the spiritual center because they were selling illegal goods!
And what were these goods? Crack? Cocaine?
It turns out it was…
What a tragic and AWFUL story.
Karen Momsen-Evers was about to take off on a Southwest Airlines flight from New Orleans to Wisconsin when she received a TERRIBLE text from her husband saying that he intended to commit suicide.
The obviously terrified Karen texted her husband "no, no" to which he responded, "Yes, because I have to."
As Momsen-Evers frantically tried to call police to stop her husband, a flight attendant allegedly slapped the phone out of her hands and demanded she cease all cell-phone use.
"I begged her, I said I'm sure someone can make an emergency phone call."
While we understand that cell-phone use is prohibited right before take off, we think this emergency situation warranted an exception!
Sadly, despite the woman's pleas, the flight took off without any calls to her husband who ultimately committed suicide while she was in the air.
In response to the awful incident, Southwest Airlines released the following statement:
"Our hearts go out to the family during this difficult time. Flight attendants are trained to notify the Captain if there is an emergency that poses a hazard to the aircraft or to the passengers on-board. In this situation, the pilots were not notified."
Wow, what an horrible and senseless lack of protocol!
Our hearts go out to Karen and her family.
After a day of doggie drama, Johnny Depp is putting his pups on a plane back home to safety!
He and his wife Amber Heard had brought their dogs down under while the Pirates of the Caribbean actor was in Australia filming the fifth installment of the franchise.
But, when the Aussie authorities found out, they threatened to euthanize the two Yorkshire Terriers, Pistol and Boo!
Johnny certainly wasn't about to let that happen, so he packed his precious pooches on a flight back to the states.
It turns out that the law in Australia requires canines to be quarantined for ten days, just to make sure they aren't bringing any doggie diseases into the country.
It's a bummer the little babes couldn't enjoy their vacation in the southern hemisphere sunshine, but we sure are glad they're getting home safely!
Fly safe, our furry friends!
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"I have the underwear I lost my virginity in! Yeah. They're white lace — they're like granny panties, because it was back then."
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