The former French First Lady, Cecilia Ciganer-Albeniz has been married in NYC. She was working on a tell-all book but took the time off to marry a pretty cool dude. Good times and good luck.
Oxfam is back at it. They've been selling celebrities' time to raise money to combat poverty. Their product this time? Ms Kristin Davis. She went for a pretty penny along with tickets to the Sex And The City premier.
Web MD has published a Top Ten reasons to have from a medical standpoint. That's well and good but why do people really have sex? Sure, it feels good but is that the reason for all the effort?
A site called Mucca Chucka has invented a computer game that allows users to act out Heather Mills' last day in court. She gets to dump water on the heads of her adversaries (Sir Paul McCartney and his lawyer). You gain points for hitting them and lose points for nailing the judge. And more points help increase her settlement dollars. Sounds weird and mean and fun.
Johnny Knoxville is finally divorced from his wife Melanie. The two have been separated since July 2006 and pending divorce since July 2007. The world has never seen an unmarried Johnny Knoxville, this could be dangerous.
The mayor of Detroit, Mr. Kwame Kilpatrick, may be seeing his political career carried under by a sex scandal. Pretty standard deal for a politician. He was not undone by a semen splattered dress (Bill Clinton), a recording (Marion Barry), or a money trail (Eliot Spitzer) but by a 21st century luxury, text message. Easy come, easy go.
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A new website called Stuff White People Like has told us that white people like the industry of divorce. The divorce industry and culture more or less fuels the white economy and outlook. They give advice on how to appear interested in these trying times but to not actually disrupt the course. Golden.
A woman in the United Kingdom decided to get past her husband's death by having his baby anyway. She spent their life savings on IVF and though there was only a 20% of success, she had their child. A very heart-warming story.
A recent study by the University of Richmond shows that pregnant women are inundated with various positive hormones. These hormones are thought to make mothers mentally quicker than non-mothers. Researchers see great application of this knowledge for Alzheimer's studies.