So I took this test and was quite surprised to find that I have so much in common with Mother Teresa. I always new I was a saint? I figured something must be wrong here so I decided to take the test again and try to be as honest as possible. Again I was surprised by the results?
I can hear the children screaming at their mothers "No, I want to be Condoleezza"!!
Last week she was evil and this week back to the same old Rice? This is the editorial note that accompanied the revised photo of Rice in last weeks USA Today:
Editor's note: The photo of Condoleezza Rice that originally accompanied this story was altered in a manner that did not meet USA TODAY's editorial standards. The photo has been replaced by a properly adjusted copy. Photos published online are routinely cropped for size and adjusted for brightness and sharpness to optimize their appearance. In this case, after sharpening the photo for clarity, the editor brightened a portion of Rice's face, giving her eyes an unnatural appearance. This resulted in a distortion of the original not in keeping with our editorial standards.
Thanks for the laughs USA Today! You brightened up what appeared to be a bleak afternoon in the making.
So now that I have your attention I should clarify that statement. We're not really having a baby in the literal sense, we are actually buying/adopting one. Yes, yes, yes, I know it sounds better to just say that we are adopting a baby but all I know is money is being exchanged, so in my mind I am buying one.
We are meeting the little girl this evening, hopefully. If she gets along with our ferrets then we will be one big happy animal family. Oh, did I fail to mention that the baby is a sweet little puppy? Oh, how silly of me. Though I cannot believe that you would actually think that I was talking about actually having a baby. You must have mistaken me for someone else - no offense taken.
Tommy Lee is known for many things ... fierce drumming, partying, piercings, your all-around general mayhem, and oh, yeah, tattoos. We recently caught up with him in London during Mötley Crüe’s “Red, White, and Crue” tour, and he was more than willing to show them to us, photographer Mary McCartney Donald, and, well, everyone else for that matter when he shed his clothes and posed for peta2’s latest “Ink, Not Mink” anti-fur ad.
So why has Tommy agreed to bare it all to help animals? Simple. Behind every fur coat, collar, or bit of fur trim is an enormous amount of suffering. Animals who are killed for their fur are the ultimate fashion victims. They are drowned, beaten, gassed, strangled, or electrocuted—many of them are skinned alive.
There’s nothing fashionable or cool about fur. Spread the word and sign up for peta2 E-News to find out what else you can do to help animals. A good way to start would be to let J.Crew know how you feel about fur.
At last! The in-demand and out-of-print documentary Paradise Lost:The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills has been reissued on DVD by New Video's Docurama, you can order your copy through Amazon.
Winner of the National Board of Review's prestigious Best Documentary award and appearing on over 35 major film critics' year-end Top Ten lists, the powerfully revealing Paradise Lost is an emotionally raw, must-see crime documentary. Only a month after the murders of three 8-year-old boys in West Memphis, AR, teenagers Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin and Jessie Misskelley, Jr. were arrested and condemned for the crimes long before their respective trials ever occurred.
Conscientiously following the incarcerated West Memphis Three, the legal teams and the families of the victims and defendants up until the trials conclude, Paradise Lost captures events as they unfold -- without sensationalizing -- which forever changes the way we view our legal system and the media.
Directed by Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky.
DVD features include 45 minutes of exclusive new footage; timeline of events; legal updates; filmmaker biographies and interactive menus. 150 minutes plus extras.
The hotel heiress first caused an uproar with animal rights groups when she dumped Tinkerbell for a smaller, more handbag friendly accessory but now it seems she is moving on to smaller creatures. Namely a ferret.
As a ferret owner I am actually horrified to hear the news of her attending the '2 B Free' fashion event with this little critter sprawled over her shoulders. I guess it could be worse? She could be wearing fur. I think the title of the show is also ironic - '2 B Free'. In the end this little ferret will wish he was free?
If she knew anything about these cute, and energetic little animals she would know that they won't just sit around and look pretty while she prunes herself for the cameras. I cannot imagine anything so stressing for any animal, or anything so absolutely boring for us humans. God help us all.
"Why haven't I burst into total screaming hysterics?" he asked, and added, "I'm not entirely enamored of the idea of living forever." - Edward Gorey on receiving the news that he had prostate cancer and diabetes.
...with the Food Network! Yep, you heard me correct. Those people that know me will certainly think that they are reading someone else's blog? Yes, I admit I have not spent much time in the kitchen - who has the time? Which is why I am glad that I have such a wonderful husband who also happens to be a great cook.
So why did this love affair come about, you ask? I was actually channel surfing one afternoon and just happened to land on the Food Network. One show led to another show, and the next thing you know I was setting the Tivo to record season passes for a number of the shows watched. Rachael Ray. Giada De Laurentiis, the list goes on...
I did a 12 month stint as a live-in nanny before I got married so I am not totally clueless in the kitchen, but that was a long time ago and after cooking for 3 kids I was happy to hang my apron up for good! So, 'for good' lasted about 10 years and I am now itching to cook some totally scrumptious meals. Meals with alot of taste but less the calories.
I decided to start with something easy? A beef casserole sounds ideal. I said easy, definitely not quick! I started preparing the meal around 5.00pm and we were eating dinner at 9pm! Since then we have invested in a crock pot, and our dinner is cooking as I sit here typing. An ingenious appliance that no kitchen should be without. I know this in theory but will find out tonight if the pot is all that and more, or whether it is just a load of crock?