John Galliano is trying to juggle being one of the world's most famous fashion designers with his busy schedule of getting drunk and saying racist shit at cafes. Looks like we need Clinton and Stacey for a brain-style intervention!
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After 23 seasons, 79-year-old Regis Philbin announced he's retiring. Given his age, this isn't exactly shocking, but it does mean we're losing the last host who filled the "everyman" role without being a personality-free automaton. We're looking at you, Seacrest.
I'm not closeted and don't want to be, but these days it's hard for me to avoid — and not because I face bigoted parents or discrimination at work. The problem is I'm a cisgender girl dating a transgender boy.
Fewer than 10% of Dutch women work full-time, and face one of the highest wage gaps in Europe—"and they like it this way," says Slate writer Jessica Olien. American women, put down those Blackberries and take note.
The New York Times tells us that mean girls are getting younger. But as most of us know, the elementary-school mean girl is in fact an iconic — and feared — figure. Herewith, five of the very worst.
All talk of death panels has petered out. Sarah Palin and her "conservative" ilk have largely remained silent. The issue concerning the Stupak-Pitts amendment has dominated the news cycle, leaving Democrats and their constituents to battle it out.
Many weeks, we come across stupid stuff on TV that might fall through the cracks. In Mixed Bag, we collect those odds and ends, for a multimedia compilation of pop culture crap.
This psychopath asks Obit's resident sage Judy. We whip out our pink Ouija board and ask a bunch of dead people!
A new study shows that 85% of women and 76% of men admit to exaggerating symptoms when they get sick. Women, though, at least make an effort to treat themselves before seeing a doctor. [Telegraph]
It's not hard for me to admit that I liked Sex And The City in its original run, even catch it on TBS sometimes. (It's not a crime!) But, I definitely have no aspirations to the overly trendy pasttimes the girls were known for. Cosmo runs monthly in the magazine (and in more detail on the web) the fictional story of…