Anderson Cooper Gets Wounded In Egypt

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Today in Tweet Beat, the bad news is that Anderson Cooper gets attacked while reporting from Egypt. The good news is that Twitter seems to be working there? Also, famous ladies show off their manicures.

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I think I will be the only person in the entire universe to really not understand the allure of Coco. It seems as if the same people who snark on someone like Heidi Pratt in one breath fawn over Coco in the other - and I don't understand why, even though I've heard some arguments from posters here:

Because Coco's "more real"? She's obviously had a bunch of plastic surgery as well. Because she's "not about being famous"? She regularly posts pictures of her body in even more flagrantly sexual positions as someone else who gets snarked for 'sexyface', like Megan Fox. Because she's "fun and doesn't take herself seriously"? She's on the cover of a magazine in a sexytime pose with her sister.

I just don't get it! How is it that we call one out for being a vapid, vacuous fame-monger, and the other is not only condoned, but deemed a "breath of fresh air?"

Seems like a lot of people really like the kool-aid they are willingly drinking.