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Rocker Carlos Santana is reportedly getting divorced from his wife Deborah. According to Reuters, she is the one doing the divorcing. No comment was given on why these guys are splitting. In past interviews, he has been very complementary of her. OK then. Read More From Reuters: According to People, Joel Madden claims that he will be the “Dad of the Year.” Somewhere Michael Lohan and Joe Simpson have stopped wrestling each other and have decided to collaborate, ‘for the greater good.’ This is after Paris Hilton claimed that Nicole Ritchie would be the “Best Mom Ever.” In that case, this little baby is in pretty good hands. Read More From People:
From The New York Times By Lisa Belkin DON’T get angry. But do take charge. Be nice. But not too nice. Speak up. But don’t seem like you talk too much. Never, ever dress sexy. Make sure to inspire your colleagues — unless you work in Norway, in which case, focus on delegating instead. Writing about life and work means receiving a steady stream of research on how women in the workplace are viewed differently from men. These are academic and professional studies, not whimsical online polls, and each time I read one I feel deflated. What are women supposed to do with this information? Transform overnight? And if so, into what? How are we supposed to be assertive, but not, at the same time? Tango’s Take
From Channel News Asia By Wong Siew Ying SINGAPORE: The Social Development Unit (SDU) aims to have 30 dating agencies accredited in Singapore by 2010, and industry players said this will then pave the way for an association of matchmaking companies to be formed. Five dating agencies are set to undergo training in December to prepare to be accredited, and the Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS) said more will be done to help level up these companies. Tango’s Take
From The Irish Times The Government's pledge to give legal recognition to same-sex couples is "virtually meaningless", the Labour Party has claimed. Eamon Gilmore says Minister for Justice Brian Lenihan's promise last night to have the heads of a Bill to legislate for civil partnerships ready by next March kicked the issue off the agenda into "the indefinite future". Speaking in the Dáil today, the Labour leader said the Government rejection of his party's Civil Unions Bill represented a climbdown on what was on offer during the previous programme for government under then-minister for justice, Michael McDowell. Tango’s Take