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Roger Clemens Mistrial

Roger Clemens, pitcher of the New York Yankees and formerly for the Boston Red Sox, may have all charges dropped due to potentially being double jeopardy. CBS reports: Clemens will now argue all charges should be dropped, based on constitutional bans on double jeopardy — two trials for the same offense. Legally, it’s a long-shot, […]

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Wimbledon: Maria Sharapova Losing, Mate Sasha Vujacic Hated On Twitter

2011 Wimbledon is producing some interesting developments offline, on the court, and online, on Twitter. While the World watches as Maria Sharapova is losing to Petra Kvitova, 3-6, 3-4, and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice bites her nails, Twitter is in a full-hate-on process. NBC insists on consistently showing her fiance, New Jersey Nets […]

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Something Borrowed: Reviewed

Tuesday is Dollar Movie Night at the local cinema and the choice movie was Something Borrowed, surprisingly this chick flick was chosen by one the of males that attended. The trailer for the movie makes it look great – and it’s based off a book. The trailer is misleading though, and for once the dramatic […]

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Citizen’s Trash is Federal Treasure

The Federal Government has once again stomped on the Constitution. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) are now allowed to search through the trash of citizens in America – without a warrant. So basically, the FBI will now become dumpster divers and trash pickers – so don’t be surprised to find a man in a […]

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Jon Huntsman Spells His Name Wrong

Jon Huntsman has announced that he is launching his campaign today – but he spelled his own name wrong. Huntsman’s staffers where handed press passes which added an unnecessary “h” to his name – how embarrassing. This is reported by ABC news. Well, the point of this post isn’t to poke fun at the mistake […]

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The Twitter #140 NYC Conference, The Vancouver Riots, And “Now”

“The Twitter #140 NYC Conference And The Vancouver Riots?” What? Yep. Allow this blogger to explain (and follow me on Twitter at Zennie62 ). This marks my first “Technorati-first” blog post, as I’m now a blogger over at Technorati.com, as well as my main post at Zennie62.com (and Zennie62blog.com), and SFGate.com, SeattlePI.com, Examiner.com, and other […]

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GOP Debate Overview

Watching the GOP Presidential Debates last night on CNN while tweeting was rather interesting. It would have been great to actually be in New Hampshire and witness the event, but sitting in front of the television is the next best thing. CNN’s John King hosted the debate. Has anyone else noticed that Tim Pawlenty and […]

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Mitt Romney Will Run For President

Mitt Romney has joined the political race as another member of the GOP to go up against President Barack Obama in the 2012 elections. In New Hampshire today is where he announced his decision, according to USA Today. Sarah Palin was also in New Hampshire today, but Romney didn’t let her presence steal his thunder. […]

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What to see at Tribeca Film Fest

Following wildly enthusiastic reviews for the World Premiere at the Full Frame Film Fest last weekend, “The Loving Story” has made the Daily Beast’s list of Hottest Films of Tribeca 2011 in New York City this week… check out their entire list! Tribeca features awards for independent films in six (6) categories: World Narrative World […]

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Nicolas Cage Arrested

TMZ has footage of Nicolas Cage arguing with his wife in a tattoo parlor before he gets arrested. Cage was intoxicated and basically a mess. He was in town to shoot his movie Medallion He was later arrested for domestic abuse and disturbing the peace and held on $11,000 bond. The Hollywood Gossip reports that […]

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World Premiere: THE LOVING STORY @ Full Frame Film Festival

April 15th marks the world premiere of a moving documentary of the famous case of Mildred and Richard Loving a landmark civil rights struggle resolved in 1967 by the United States Supreme Court declaring Virginia’s anti-miscegenation statute – which had been used to arrest the Lovings – unconstitutional. The Elisabeth Haviland James/Nancy Buirski film premieres […]