While the abortion issue hasn’t gotten a lot of attention in the 2012 presidential campaign so far, a new poll from Gallup suggests there may have been a shift in Americans’ opinions on the controversial procedure.
Thanks to high school English class, just about everybody has read the F. Scott Fitzgerald classic ‘The Great Gatsby.’
In 1974, the book was adapted into a movie starring Robert Redford and Mia Farrow, and now ‘Moulin Rogue’ director Baz Luhrmann is taking a crack at the early 20th century tale of reinvention with Leonardo Dicaprio in the title role.
Jerry Seinfeld stopped by Bravo’s ‘Watch What Happens Live’ Monday night, and during the ‘Plead the Fifth’ segment the comedian was peppered with question about his hit show ‘Seinfeld,’ which is still all over TV in reruns 14 years after its last episode aired.
Alan Petrusson wanted sex, but instead of begging like the rest of us, he tied himself naked and blindfolded to a tree in a park in Ramsey, Minnesota and waited for the sex to come to him. Brilliant. Why didn’t we think of that?!?
‘Saturday Night Live‘ is going dark for the summer. So it wouldn’t be right if they didn’t leave us with some tips on what do in New York during the warm months via ‘Weekend Update’s’ city correspondent Stefon (aka Bill Hader).
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