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  • Everything in Norway is smoked! Amy Winehouse's arrest stemmed from someone tipping off the police that the singer had marijuana in her hotel room. Officers held Amy, husband Blake Fielder-Civil and a male member of her tour crew for about 12 hours in separate cells, then fined and released them. We're curious whether they bought the weed en route or brought it with them... [People]
  • Isla Fisher popped! The actress and baby daddy Sacha Baron Cohen had a baby girl in L.A. on Wednesday night. [The Sun]
  • A New York psychotherapist says that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie may be damaging their children by traveling so much, pulling them from schools and not creating a stable environment outside the family unit. Not that it's any of his business. [Page Six]
  • Did the ideas from Jessica Seinfeld's book, Deceptively Delicious, come from another book? The Sneaky Chef: Simple Strategies for Hiding Healthy Foods in Kids' Favorite Meals has similar, icky, "just add purée" recipes. [Rush & Molloy]
  • People are all abuzz because Chelsea Clinton's best friend, Nicole Davidson, is getting married in D.C. October 27. Chelsea is an expected guest, as are her parents, Hilary and Bill. Attendees are being warned not to "bother" the senator and former prez. Wonder if they'll do the chicken dance? [Page Six]
  • Did Britney Spears visit a doctor's office for collagen injections in her lips? She was seen leaving a doctor's office covering her mouth. [TMZ]
  • Wait! Britney may have been covering her mouth because she ran over a photographer's foot! [People]
  • As for her August hit and run case, Britney cut a deal with the owner of the car she damaged. That means her charges might be dropped. [TMZ]
  • Magician David Copperfield is being investigated by the FBI. Did something disappear? [TMZ]
  • Ooh! Cops seized $2 million in cash from Copperfield, as well as a computer hard drive. [MSNBC]
  • Shar Jackson won MTV's Celebrity Rap Superstar, yawn. She says ex Kevin Federline wished her luck and told her to "kill 'em." [People]
  • Ellen DeGeneres canceled the taping of her show today. She's going to take a long weekend and come back on Tuesday with a new show. [People]
  • Here's how Joely Richardson looked at an benefit in London that had the Daily Mail saying "signs of strain," aka anorexia. You be the judge. [ONTD]
  • If you read somewhere that Lindsay Lohan was engaged, it is not true, thank the mighty lord Zeus. [ET]
  • Holy crap: Catherine Deneuve's father was a Nazi collaborator, according to an unauthorized biography of the actress. [Telegraph]
  • Victoria "Posh Spice" Beckham is fighting a "chest infection" which is pretty damn funny if you think about it the right way. Uh, the wrong way. [The Sun]

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Jenna Sauers

I call BS on the know-it-all psychologist. My parents took my brother and I to live in three different countries and attend 6 schools apiece by the time we hit high school age. Although I'm glad I got to stay in one high school the whole way through, since that was important to prepare for college and finally make some lasting friendships, I know I learned invaluable lessons living in different countries, getting used to other cultures, learning languages, and having the experience of being a minority, when I was young. If I'd stayed in primary school in New Zealand that whole time, I would have learned what - to be bullied by other little girls on the playground and trade my sandwiches for LeSnacks at lunchtime? Roots are over-rated. Kids naturally think they're the center of the universe - anything you can do to show them there's a wide world out there is a great idea.