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Poor little gurl!!
Don't get us wrong, Franklin and Bash star Breckin Meyer is one ADORBZ daddy, but that El Lay sun can hurt little eyeballs.
The Clueless actor took time out of his busy TV shooting seceudal to take his 4 1/2-year-old daughter, Caitlin Willow, the playground on Monday.
Breckin's wife, screenwriter and film director Deborah Kaplan was came along too. So, both parents are responsible for finding their daughter a hat or glasses! LOL!
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The Nanny has turned into The Writer!
Fran Drescher has penned a children's book, called Being Wendy, which encourages kids to embrace their talents and interests.
This isn't something unfamiliar for Fran. Using her own experiences growing up, Fran says:
"I felt I had a message to share… Be who you are… The story was inspired by my own childhood. I was a young person with extremely diverse interests which was very atypical of the world I grew up in…
This is a story about a girl named Wendy who doesn't want to be just one thing, kind of like me… Kids should be encouraged to follow their passions, try new things and explore."
What a sweet and wonderful message to kids! We obviously agree that kids who are different should shine (much like The Boy With Pink Hair)!!
Bravo, Fran! We look forward to reading your book.
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Like any other community, dog parks have their problems.
Here are some suggestions gathered from dog park veterans that will make your dog park visits enjoyable:
Post the rules in writing.
If the park you visit doesn’t post rules, ask that this be done to enhance the visits for everyone. That way no one has an excuse for breaking them.
Take dogs at an early age.
Dogs need to socialize, and first visits to a dog park can be intimidating. He'll get used to being around other dogs and people, and will develop confidence quickly.
Keep emergency collars and leashes on hand.
Some owners like to take their dogs’ collars off before going to the park, and others don’t even bring leashes. Keep a few leashes and choke collars in a nearby storage box or some other place that’s handy.
Dogs will compete for treats. The safest thing to do is insist that all park users refrain from bringing any dog treats.
Discourage aggressive behavior.
Speak up if a dog gets aggressive more than once. You may find yourself in an argument, but isn’t that better than dog bites, veterinary bills or even lawsuits?
Get to know people’s names.
Keeping peace at the dog park is easier when you’re with friends, and friends know each other’s names. So ask. Write them down if you have to. Learn who your fellow dog park visitors are.
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What a happy surprise!
Sure, Britney didn't write any of her songs on Femme Fatale, but let's not forget, she's written some of her biggest hits, including Everytime (flawless) and her hit Me Against the Music, featuring Madonna.
We're so excited about this collab! Maybe Brit can even do some vocals on the track too??
Can't wait to hear the new song!
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PETA says an Animal is not an "it."
The latest translation of the New International Version of the Bible now uses gender-inclusive language such as "he or she" instead of just "he." Bravo (and brava) Bible editors!
But PETA says the now gender-friendly scripture still discriminates against animals.
The organization has petitioned the Committee on Bible Translation to suggest that its next translation remove "speciesist" language, by referring to animals as "he or she" instead of "it."
“When the Bible moves toward inclusively in one area…it wasn’t much of a stretch to suggest they move toward inclusively in this area. Language matters. Calling an animal 'it' denies them something. They are beloved by God. They glorify God,"
said Bruce Friedrich, PETA's VP for policy.
Morbid minds fight over birds.
The writer / director, Quentin Tarantino, says the guy next door owns a ton of exotic birds that constantly emit "blood-curdling screams" and it's affecting Tarantino's creative process.
Who is this neighbor who (obvously) has no understanding of the writing process?
Oh, it's fellow Academy Award winning writer Alan Ball — the guy who wrote American Beauty and created True Blood and Six Feet Under.
According to Quentin's lawsuit, filed Thursday in L.A. County Superior Court, Tarantino claims ever since Ball installed an "exotic bird menagerie."
Quentin has been forced to endure the "obnoxious pteradactyl-like screams" of the macaw birds.
In fact, Q claims the noise has "seriously disrupted [his] ability to work as a writer in his home."
Tarantino says he tried to amicably resolve the matter with Ball — but Alan has "done little to eliminate the macaws' daily cacophony" … so he wants the judge to force Ball to silence them.
We wouldn't want to mess with the guy that wrote and directed Reservoir Dog - unless you want your eat cut off.
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