Monthly Archives: January 2012

Pitt ‘would like to’ marry Jolie, won’t say if he’s proposed

Originally posted on The Marquee Blog:
When it comes to celebrity couples who have been together for so long some assume they’ve already wed, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are certainly prime examples. And yet, seven years and six kids…

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Ware: Eli playing like a Manning

Originally posted on NFL.com Blogs:
[nfl-video id=”09000d5d8265b9e0″ contentid=”09000d5d8265b9e0″ ads=”2″ related=”home” size=”large” playername=”blog_large_embedded”] Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware certainly is familiar with the Giants, having played his NFC East rivals twice this season. Ware said the key for the Super Bowl-bound…

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Crazy Cat Hair Lady

Originally posted on Peas and Cougars:
How I know I’m turning into a crazy cat lady: I don’t even care that I’m covered in cat hair and I can’t get it off.

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Asteroid to pass close to Earth today

Originally posted on This Just In:
An asteroid about the size of a school bus will pass close to Earth today, but it poses no danger to the planet, NASA astronomers say. The huge rock, called Asteroid 2012 BX34, will…

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‘Welcome Back, Kotter’s’ Robert Hegyes has died

Originally posted on The Marquee Blog:
Robert Hegyes, known for his role as Juan Epstein on the ‘70s sitcom “Welcome Back, Kotter,” died on Thursday. He was 60. Hegyes was transported via ambulance from his home in Metuchen, New Jersey,…

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The tech approach to dating on ‘Big Bang Theory’

Originally posted on The Marquee Blog:
Not bad for a few nerds. Before I get to Thursday’s recap, I’d like to note, “The Big Bang Theory” beat “American Idol” head-to-head from 8 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., in the all-important 18-49…

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Obama boosts Al Green’s ‘Let’s Stay Together’ sales

Originally posted on The Marquee Blog:
President Barack Obama probably hopes his plans to reform financial aid programs are executed as well as his unintentional initiative to boost the music industry. After Obama sang the first line of Al Green’s…

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