Two uninspired and slightly weird marriages are coming to an end at about the same time. Sir Paul McCartney and Heather Mills and Pamela Anderson and Rick Salomon. Other than all of being human and some of them being famous these two cases really don't have anything to do with each other. Or do they?
You may recognize the actor Michael Gambon from a good many places, but his most commercially successful role is Dumbledore. Dumbledore is Harry Potter's headmaster and is alleged to be gay. Sir Michael Gambon, on the other hand, is not. He actually juggles a wife and a baby's mama pretty successfully.
Pop sensation Jesse McCartney claims that he made a JDate profile as a joke. He was chatting up with some friends and decided it would be quite a lark to put his real profile up there, just to blow people's minds. He's newly single and ready to mingle.
Researchers in New Zealand recently conducted a survey of 100 couples about ED medication. They found that most women prefer the flexibility (poor choice of words) of Cialis. Cialis can be used for 36 hours compared to Viagra's 4 hour lifespan.
Fans of As The World Turns love Luke and Noah (Nuke). Their first kiss, which was the first gay kiss on daytime TV, nearly blew up YouTube with repeat viewings. Since then the onscreen action between the two has cooled. And some gay fans and advocates think it's prejudice causing the lack of action and demand more. Conservatives feel the exact opposite. CBS is playing it cool.
All we know is that one-upsmanship is like a gateway drug. It's a gateway drug to revenge. So we wouldn't be surprised to see either Jimmy Kimmel or Sarah Silverman dead by the other's hand. Or married. But these videos about their sexual relationships with Ben and Matt have to stop.
We're guessing that many people didn't see this coming, but Nicole Richie's best frenemy and baby's daddy's brother are dating. Benji Madden is evidently courting Paris Hilton. Does this tattooed rocker have what it takes to tame the party girl? Who cares? Enjoy seeing this (and any fallout) in the tabloids for a hot minute.
A company called Diva TV in the UK showed that an awful lot of women think about cheating. They also think about stealing boyfriends. And hooking up with other birds (women). Interesting stuff.
MIT conducted an interesting study about the nature of decision-making. Essentially, he's arguing that eliminating options (particularly bad options) is the best way to accomplish goals. And there is a sense that inclusive (everyone's opinion counts) nature of our society could be slowing us down. So, maybe think twice before burning a bridge but certainly don't think three times. You'll be better off in the long run after the decision is made.
Gardasil is the immunization against HPV (commonly called Genital Warts). HPV can lead to cervical (and some say throat) cancer. The immunization is currently marketed to pre-sexual girls. But it is being used on boys in other countries and is under FDA trial for that purpose here. They really need a re-branding to make this work.