Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Hitler having SEX..............????????

The most important thing about what anyone says are not the words themselves...
but the CREDIBILITY of the person who says them.

***Sean Penn, who recently split from wife Robin Wright Penn, has a new girlfriend. He was photographed in London with Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Jessica White.

***The war between Jon and Kate Gosselin hit a peak on the morning talk shows today -- with Jon announcing on national TV that the mother of his 8 children is "someone I despise."

***Jerry Weintraub, the legendary movie mogul behind Ocean's 11, 12 and 13, claims his life is in danger -- by a gun-toting ex-assistant who's allegedly out for revenge.
According to Jerry's estranged wife, the employee -- who was fired last month -- has garage door openers, access codes to their homes, "a collection of firearms" and a serious bone to pick.
In legal papers filed in L.A. County Superior Court, Jerry's estranged wife claims they fired the assistant because he stole $45,000 in cash to support a "gambling and drug habit."
***Kirsten Dunst seems to have calmed down since her stint in rehab last year.
The actress and two friends spent the other night at the Jane Hotel, dancing and smoking -- but not drinking.
"She had two bodyguards hovering over her at all times who were monitoring her," says our spy.
"Still, she looked like she was having fun."
Dunst, 27, reportedly hooked up recently with a friend of her 22-year-old brother while partying with him in Oxford, Miss.
***Angelina Jolie, the Tomb Raider star was furious when she found out
Brad Pitt with whom she raises six children had secretly smoked hash with
Quentin Tarantino.
"Stop boozing and smoking drugs or check into rehab!" Angelina told Brad, according to insiders.

***Earlier this year while talking sequel, Sarah Jessica made mention that the story would acknowledge the real-life financial crisis hitting everyone's wallets -- and closets.
Her exact words were, recession friendly.
She added, "Carrie will have been affected and she's not an idiot.
She's gonna have to change from thinking about indulgence.".

*** ALYSSA Milano had a dream honeymoon at the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort last week.
Our source reports Milano and her groom, David Bugliari, "were served breakfast in their waterfront villa via canoe, went jet-skiing around the lagoon, had couples' massages,
and ate dinner at Jean-Georges Vongerichten's eatery, Lagoon, as well as Japanese restaurant Sushi Take.
It's no wonder they were overheard talking about returning for their one-year anniversary."

Celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz could lose the right to her entire portfolio of world-famous photographs if she doesn't meet a Tuesday deadline to pay back a $24 million loan she is alleged to owe.
Leibovitz, who has photographed everyone from the Rolling Stones to Queen Elizabeth II, put her art, intellectual property and even real estate assets up for collateral last year when she consolidated her massive debts.
Art Capital Group, which restructured the debts, claims it agreed with Leibovitz that it could sell her assets if she didn't pay back the loan by Tuesday.


Nonsense wakes up the brain cells.
And it helps develop a sense of humor, which is awfully important in this day and age. (1983 )

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez received a movie star welcome Monday at the Venice Film Festival, where he walked the red carpet with director Oliver Stone for the premiere of the documentary "South of the Border."
Hundreds of admirers, some chanting "president, president," gathered outside of the Casino for the leader's arrival.
A few held up Venezuelan flags and a banner in Spanish that read "Welcome, president."

***He may have lost $25 billion during the financial meltdown, but Warren Buffett has smartly capitalized on the crisis.
He poured billions into Goldman Sachs and General Electric, and greatly benefited from the public bailouts of his public stock picks.
But now, The New York Times reports, Buffett is worried that the stock market might have more trouble ahead.
Berkshire Hathaway is buying fewer stocks, and is investing in corporate and government debt.
"We are not out of problems yet," Buffett said.
"We have got to get the sputtering economy back so it is functioning as it should be."
***Almost a year ago, Lehman Brothers collapsed and triggered the worst global economic crisis since the Great Depression.
A Reuters reporter tracked down the investment bank's CEO, Richard Fuld, who has since been named in nearly 40 different legal actions and handed subpoenas for three different grand-jury probes.
***In the case of Kraft and Cadbury, ifs and buts are not merely candy and nuts, but the potential makings of a $50 billion "global powerhouse."
Kraft Foods Inc., the second-largest food company, is persisting in its takeover bid for Cadbury PLC, despite Cadbury's rejection of its $16.7 billion bid.
After the bid, Cadbury shares shot up as much as 42 percent, while the company scrambled to cut costs and lift its profit margins, with the hopes of generating enough cash to pursue its own acquisitions.
And now, it has escalated to war: Cadbury said that Kraft's bid undervalued the company, and has vowed to fight the offer.
Its a jewel, said one person close to Cadbury.
And it has a global footprint that people will die for.

***Former head of Paramount Pictures Sherry Lansing having lunch yesterday (Labor Day) at the soon to be closed Bel-Air Hotel with media expert and author
Michael Levine.

*** LeAnn Rimes and a mystery male were seen having lunch at the Cholada Thai Beach Cuisine restaurant and then went shopping at the Malibu Country Mart.

*** Matthew McConaughey and his pregnant girlfriend, Brazilian model Camila Alves, take their son, Levi to enjoy the beach in Malibu.

*** George Clooney and his new love, Italian showgirl Elisabetta Canalis arrived by helicopter to the Venice Film Festival in Italy.

***Greed is back: this week, Oliver Stone will begin filming a sequel of his 1987 film Wall Street.
Wall Street 2 will be set against the contemporary backdrop of the fall of Bear Stearns, and several scenes take place in the Federal Reserve building instead of the trading floor, as they did in the original.
And, good news for fans of the 1987 film: Michael Douglas will reprise his role at Gordon Gekko in the new movie.
In the first scene of the sequel, Gekko gets out of jail, and, according to Stone, is looking for that second chance.
To prepare for the role, Stone took Douglas to a Chinese restaurant on the Upper West Side to meet Samuel D. Waksal, who spent five years in prison for securities fraud at ImClone Systems.
That was for Michael to meet a guy who had been in jail, Stone said.
Says Stone of the new film: We wouldnt have done this movie in 2006.
Things were too loose.
I didnt want to glorify pigs.
***Jay Leno's move to prime time could be "the most significant thing to happen in broadcast TV in the last decade," says former NBC boss Fred Silverman in a Time magazine cover story.
***A report by a trial committee of the Writers Guild of America West has determined that the guild owes Jay Leno an apology.
The trial committee previously cleared the former "Tonight Show" host of charges of violating strike rules by writing monologue material for the show during the stoppage of 2007/08.
The report has unanimously recommended the guild make a public apology because Leno has "been done a disservice and his reputation harmed by these proceedings."
***A feature-length documentary chronicling the story of Barack Obama's mother is being readied by Aloe Entertainment, IMG and Schroeder-Ptacek Prods., according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The film, "Stanley Ann Dunham: A Most Generous Spirit," will be directed by Charles Burnett.
***Hollywoods crucial summer season delivered near-record revenue, but attendance drooped when an extra week was factored out.

***Tim and Nina Zagat, who pulled their struggling guidebook empire off the market in June, are losing substantial ground to free online rivals, such as Chowhound and Yelp.
Zagat charges a $25 annual fee to access its Web site.
Sales are said to be down dramatically.

***A controversial advertisement featuring Adolf Hitler having sex (pictured left) has been condemned by HIV charities.
The advert, filmed by a German charity, features a couple having sex but only at the end is the man revealed to be Hitler.
The ad produced in German, Spanish and English versions also features mocked-up posters of Joseph Stalin and Saddam Hussein having sex with naked women.
The tagline reads: Aids is a mass murderer.

***Euphobia is the fear of hearing good news.
***It is illegal to ride a camel on the highway in Nevada.
***In Stafford County Virginia, it is legal for a man to beat his wife on the steps of the courthouse, so long as it is before 8:00 pm.
***In Singapore, if you are convicted of littering three times, you must clean the streets on Sundays with a bib that states I am a litterer.
***Eighty percent of 10 year old girls in the USA are on a diet.

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