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6/14 - Q: Although they could save you money, the amount of people using these dropped by 14% in 2012. What are they?
6/13 - Q: The average American uses 18 of these...
A: TV Channels
6/12 - Q: This is six times more likely to happen to men than women - what is it?
A: Getting struck by lightning
6/11 - Q: Only 27% of college graduates have this – what is it?
A: A job related to their major
6/10 - Q: A recent survey of all magazines featuring female models shows that the new trend is to use Photoshop to add this to models?
A: Extra weight
6/7 - Q: 20% of millionaires might have a ton of cash but they don’t have this…
A: A college degree
6/6 - Q: From the ages of 13 to 19, girls do this nearly 200 times with their moms…
6/5 - Q: One in five single men has not done this in over a year. What is it?
A: Cooked a meal
6/4 - Q: According to Cosmopolitan Magazine, on average, it takes women 40% longer than men to do this. What is it?
A: Ordering from a menu
6/3 - Q: Experts say this common, household item is quickly becoming obsolete. What’s the item?
A: A dining room table
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"Kris Kross" rapper Chris Kelly had been using a combination of cocaine and heroin the night before his death, this according to the police report obtained by TMZ.
According to the report, paramedics initially responded to Kelly's Atlanta home around 3 PM EST -- after his mother called 911 asking for medical assistance.
When help arrived, paramedics found 34-year-old Kelly lying on the living room couch -- unresponsive and with "no life signs." The medics attempted to revive Kelly, to no avail.
Kelly was immediately transported to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead a few hours later.
After the death, cops spoke with Donna Kelly Pratt -- Chris' mother -- who told police ... the night before Kelly's medical emergency, he had taken a mixture of heroin and cocaine -- commonly known as "speedballs."
Donna told police she had personally taken Kelly home to recover from the drug use ... just as she had done several times before. Donna told cops Kelly had felt nauseous all morning before passing out.
According to the report, Kelly's mother and Kelly's uncle both told investigators the rapper had an "extensive history of drug use."
Hours before Kelly passed out, he had a phone interview with The Streetz Morning Grind radio show in ATL ... and sounded like he was in bad shape.
In fact, Kelly made reference to his hard-partying ways, which seemed to upset the DJ, who was personal friends with the rapper.
Article Source - TMZ - May 2, 2013
Lil Wayne was hospitalized again for a seizure ... TMZ has learned.
Sources close to Wayne tell us ... the rapper was taken to Cedars-Sinai in L.A. late Tuesday night by his bodyguards. We're told he suffered a single seizure and was treated and released early this morning.
As we first reported, 30-year-old Lil Wayne spent a week at Cedars back in March after suffering multiple severe seizures that nearly killed him. He spent 6 days in ICU.
Wayne subsequently went on the radio and explained he's an epileptic, and has been suffering from seizures since he was a kid.
Article Source - TMZ - May 1, 2013
(CNN) -- Does the singer come first? Or the songwriter?
Let's start with the songs: "Crazy." "Hello Walls." "Funny How Time Slips Away." "Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground." "On the Road Again."
Just the catalogue alone would qualify him for any number of musical halls of fame -- and, indeed, Willie Nelson is in the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Kennedy Center Honors. He has a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Country Music Association, the first it ever presented. They decided to name it for him.
Then there's the voice, that baritone as smooth as fine whiskey, capable of jaunty sing-alongs, angry despair, pensive melancholy. Amazingly, his delivery was once considered too unusual for Nashville, with a start-stop phrasing that skipped around the beat. Now it's as welcome as his other voice, the well-worn Martin N-20 acoustic guitar he calls "Trigger."
Add to that Willie Nelson the man.
He's the man who co-created Farm Aid, the annual festival that has raised more than $43 million to help farm families. (That got him into the Agricultural Hall of Fame.) He started BioWillie, which makes fuel out of soy and vegetable oils. He has a street named for him in Austin, Texas, his home since the early 1970s.
He's still at it, raising money for the victims of the West, Texas, explosion. West is not far from Abbott, where Nelson was born.
OK, Willie Nelson isn't without flaw. He's been arrested busted for marijuana on more than one occasion. He hasn't always been faithful to his wives; his first one famously tied a passed-out Nelson in a bedsheet and beat him with a broom handle. He had a little tax problem with the IRS and put out a 1992 album called "The IRS Tapes: Who'll Buy My Memories?" to pay his multimillion-dollar debts.
But who would want a flawless Willie Nelson?
On Tuesday, Willie Nelson turns 80. He'll be playing music, of course -- the Germain Arena in Estero, Florida, according to his website. What else would he do?
"I seem to be happier when I'm working," he told The New York Times in 1995. "I tend to get into trouble with too much time on my hands."
That's OK, Willie. We hope you never stop.
Article Source - CNN By: Todd Leopold
Taylor Swift bought a waterfront 7-bedroom mansion in Watch Hill, R.I. for around $17 million in cash! TMX reported that it was originally $23 million in 2011, but Swift may have gotten a discount if she paid in cash...
Article Source - ABC News