Lindsay Lohan Booted From Community Service Program

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Why is the world out to get Lindsay Lohan? Last month the Downtown Women's Center asked Linds to complete the rest of her 360 hours of community service elsewhere. She says the staffers were totally mean to her ... perhaps because she blew off nine scheduled visits and would leave after just an hour. Lindsay's already been reassigned to the Red Cross, but she's telling friends she did everything the Downtown Women's Center asked her to do and was never late. Supposedly she's getting along with staff at the Red Cross, but the timing of this latest incident is unfortunate because she's due back in court for a check up next week. [TMZ, TMZ]
In more important Lindsay Lohan news, her teeth are totally yellow now. Let's all point and throw things at her! The Daily Mail has a scientific analysis of the effects of smoking, drinking coffee, and getting photographed in dim lighting. [Daily Mail]


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If Sesame Street does it, it will get done right. I can't rave about the show enough: not only does it actually teach kids while actually being entertaining, but Sesame workshop never just exports Sesame Street to other countries: they make sure it's tailored to that country, and their issues. They are just amazing, funny, and wonderful.

But seriously, why would anyone be mean to Big Bird? It's like being mean to Pooh Bear, or Wishbone: you'd have to be a hellspawn dirty Communist to do that!