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Daniel Craig Injured, In Need Of Some (Medical) Attention

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  • Medic! Daniel Craig sliced his fingertip off while filming the new James Bond movie. Last week he cut his face and needed eight stitches. The man suffers for his art, you guys. [Mirror]
  • Did a psychic help Angelina and Brad design a nursery for the twins??? Apparently someone was hired to determine the "vibe" of the unborn bébés. If you believe this crap. [MSNBC]
  • One benefit for Angelina Jolie giving birth in France? "Medieval" paparazzi laws. [NY Post]
  • R. Kelly told the judge in his child pornography trial that he does not plan to testify. The proceedings are winding down! [Miami Herald]
  • Even though Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon didn't have a big celebration, you can totally buy them a wedding present! They're registered at Bergdorf Goodman. [Page Six]
  • Lily Allen, Samantha Ronson and Lindsay Lohan had dinner together! Sam's brother produced Lily's album, remember. [Mirror]
  • "My sister and Lindsay make a cute couple, don't they?" — Mark Ronson. [DListed]
  • Even though George Clooney and Sarah Larson have split up, he is still letting her friends use his Lake Como villa for their honeymoon, as he promised while he and Sarah were together. Because he is one classy mothertrucker. [E!]
  • Two words: Smurfs movie. [UPI]
  • Tricia Walsh-Smith, the woman who ranted about her husband via YouTube, has more issues: The lady who filmed her is releasing a "director's cut." [Page Six]
  • Chris Martin writes Coldplay songs under the influence of sleeping pills? That explains a lot. [Page Six]
  • Minnie Driver's pregnancy landed her a role in Uma Thurman's movie, Motherhood. We still don't know who the father is, though! [Page Six]
  • Farrah Fawcett's battle with cancer is a cash cow, and she is milking it. [Page Six]
  • Plus-size model Mia Tyler had suicidal thoughts and very nearly killed herself, poor thing. [Page Six]
  • Those Oscar de la Hoya fishnet pictures? Fake. Fakety fake fake. Funny, though. [TMZ]
  • Shia LaBeouf is "embarrassed" by that YouTube video in which he goads his friend to slap him by calling the guy a faggot. His rep says: "He regrets having used the word in any capacity and is very embarrassed that this footage is being seen by anyone." [E!]
  • Brooke Hogan is "freaked out" that her mom is dating a 19-year-old. And Brooke actually knows her mom's new guy, Charley Hill. "I went to school with him," Brooke says. "He was a grade under me..." [E!]
  • Iron Man sequel? Director Jon Favreau says neither he nor Robert Downey Jr. have been approached. [E!]
  • One of the stars of Meerkat Manor was killed in a hit and run while crossing a road in the Kalahari Desert. Tragic! [ONTD]
  • Little Richard will perform at a wedding on The Young And The Restless! Repeat: Little Richard will be on Young And The Restless. Actually, he was on One Life To Live in 1995, so it's not that weird. But still kinda weird. [ONTD]
  • P. Diddy's $426,000 Maybach was hit by a drunk driver in New York's meatpacking district. [ONTD]
  • There may be a Gossip Girl spinoff set at a boarding school. If you read the books, you know that there was a boarding school spinoff called The It Girl. And if you know GG producer Josh Schwartz, you may recall he wanted to spinoff a boarding school drama from The OC like 2 years ago. [Reuters, Digital Spy]
  • Amy Winehouse's money was used to bankroll the plot Blake Incarcerated cooked up, which involved bribing a guy he'd beat up to retract his story and leave the country. [Mirror]
  • The book seen in the SATC movie, Love Letters Of Great Men, does not exist. But the closest thing, Love Letters of Great Men and Women: From the Eighteenth Century to the Present Day, is now 134 on Amazon, thanks to Carrie wannabes. [CBS News]
  • Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards are battling over vaccinations, but it is hard to care because I'm over both of them. [TMZ]
  • The release date has been set for Terrence "Baby Wipes" Howard's new album. Mark your calendars: September 2! [UPI]
  • Celebrity Rehab season two: Grease and Taxi star Jeff Conaway, son-of-Rod Sean Stewart, Rodney King, American idol contestant Nikki McKibbon, Tawny Kitaen and, um, Gary Busey. [UPI]
  • The Harry Potter prequel: 800 words, hand-written, sold for $49,000 at a charity auction yesterday. [Reuters]
  • A dude who claims he was tricked into putting his penis in a mousetrap by Adam Carolla, Jimmy Kimmel and Johnny Knoxville has dropped his lawsuit. Seriously? You can't blame other people for your stupid decisions. [E!]
  • "I'm the most ill-prepared parent on the planet." — Marissa Jaret Winokur, who is due in six weeks. [People]
  • "I'd like to be with someone who is secure with themselves. She has to understand that I have a lot going on and I'm busy." — Mario Lopez. [People]
  • LOL @ Mario Lopez riding in the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile. [E!]
  • "When you get married, you're forced to drink the milk long after it's spoiled." — Kimora Lee Simmons. [People]
  • "I'm very happy, and in a great place being a married man." — Usher. [People]

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@TaraIncognita: @Maritsa: you know, i would like to see a study done on the rates of autism among low income children, especially in areas where vaccines are required to attend school (i'm not sure if all schools do, i know my home town did). because according to my elementary school teacher mom, a lot of the low income kids don't have proof of vaccinations, and therefore are vaccinated at school at the beginning of each year (a lot of these kids move around a lot— often from district to district at the last minute— so the school records don't always show up in time to prove they were vaccinated the year before). hence, they would likely be one of the most heavily vaccinated groups, so if there is a link between vaccinations and autism, it would be seen there.

also, if the plague breaks out, move to a low income area, because they're the people who are likely to survive. or so my momma says.