The Giants had the perfect answer for the suddenly imperfect Patriots: a big, bad defense and an improbable comeback led by their own Mr. Cool quarterback, Eli Manning.
In one of football’s biggest shockers, New York shattered New England’s unbeaten season as Manning hit Plaxico Burress on a 13-yard fade with 35 seconds left in the Super Bowl. Sunday’s 17-14 win was the Giants’ 11th straight on the road, and the first time the Patriots tasted defeat in more than a year.
Mesereau talks about Paris Hilton Case Saturday, 09 June 2007 (whisperDISPATCH) – Attorney Thomas Mesereau appeared on Anderson 360 June 8 2007 to give his take on the Paris Hilton case. Mesereau called the entire situation a disgrace and thinks the judge violated procedure. Mesereau, like a very many number of observers who don’t outright hate Hilton, said Hilton is being treated unfairly. “…This judge undermined our sheriff and actually treated Paris Hilton far worse than anyone else would have been treated in this situation,” Mesereau said. The lawyer says people who commit low-level misdemeanors like the one Paris Hilton admitted to only spend “a few days in jail”.
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Strong quake hits central Japan, 1 killed, 85 hurt By Chisa Fujioka Reuters Sunday, March 25, 2007; 12:15 AM TOKYO (Reuters) – A strong earthquake with a magnitude of 7.1 jolted the coastal area of central Japan on Sunday, killing at least one person and injuring around 85, Japanese officials and media said. At least nine houses collapsed, landslides were triggered and roads buckled when the quake struck at 9:42 a.m. (0042 GMT), public broadcaster NHK and Kyodo news agency said.
SONY BMG AXES BLACKS ONLY: Label found to have discriminated in layoffs. EURWeb (January 10, 2007) Sony BMG, which is home to artists like Beyonce and Christina Aguilera, was recently found to have discriminated against its Black employees in its Manhattan office during layoffs in 2004. The company went through a merger and restructuring in the summer of 2004 and the [b]New York office of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) found the company guilty of discrimination against its Black employees. [/b]
🙁 [b]Singer James Brown dies at 73[/b] ATLANTA – James Brown, the legendary singer known as the “Godfather of Soul,” has died, his agent said early Monday. He was 73. Brown was hospitalized Sunday at Emory Crawford Long Hospital with pneumonia and died around 1:45 a.m. Monday, said his agent, Frank Copsidas of Intrigue Music. […]
[b]Dancing With The Stars Mario Lopez In Crotch Grabbing Controversy[/b] [img]http://img474.imageshack.us/img474/2899/mariolopezgrabej2.jpg[/img] In the Dancing with the Stars final three performance show, Mario Lopez performed some controversial moves during a Cha-Cha-Cha to Michael Jackson’s “Bad” that some viewers found inappropriate for the show. Comments left on various Internet message boards expressed dismay over Mario Lopez grabbing his crotch during the performance. The crotch grabbing moves were just one of several moves that Mario Lopez made mimicking Michael Jackson during the performance. Mario also did some moonwalking to kick off the performance.
‘Not the typical private investigator’ Chicagoan who worked for stars dies at 64 October 24, 2006 BY FRANK MAIN Crime Reporter His license plate said “I SPY.” His business card bore the black silhouette of a sleuth in a fedora.
And his investigations involved a who’s who of People magazine personalities — Michael Jordan, Hugh Hefner, Michael Jackson and Yoko Ono to name a few.
Flamboyant, toupee-topped Ernie Rizzo was one of the most public of America’s private eyes, appearing regularly on national news shows to expound on the big crime of the moment.
[b]Diana: Scandal of Body Mix-up[/b] 25/09/06 The U.K. Daily Express Online BUNGLING French officials mistook the body of Princess Dianas lover for her driver in the hours after the fatal crash. The astonishing development, revealed for the first time by the Daily Express today, is one of a catalogue of blunders which plunged the inquiry into chaos from day one. Professor Dominique Lecomte the pathologist who faces an investigation over the mix-up registered driver Henri Paul with the number 2146. But this had already been assigned to Dodi Fayeds body and Paul should have been given number 2147. The numbers were scribbled on bracelets attached to the right wrists of each corpse. Lawyers and medics fear blood samples which were said to prove that Paul was high on drink and drugs may in fact belong to someone not connected to the crash.