Monday, January 31, 2005
Flynn Boyle's 'Scandalous Nude Flight'
Movie beauty LARA FLYNN BOYLE has been accused of stripping nude and trying to seduce a fellow passenger during a recent first-class flight to London.
Passengers claim the MEN IN BLACK 2 star started behaving strangely halfway through the ten-hour British Airways journey from Los Angeles to the capital's Heathrow Airport.
But they were stunned when she stripped off her clothes and tried to climb into the bed of a sleeping stranger, reports British newspaper THE MAIL ON SUNDAY.
Shades of War and Blue at Sundance
The Sundance Film Festival wound up today by awarding the top awards to the documentary "Why We Fight" and the drama “Forty Shades of Blue.”
War dominated the winners’ list this year with “The Liberace of Baghdad,” which follows one of Iraq’s most famous pianists as his world crumbles in the war torn city, being awarded a special prize and best world drama going to "The Hero," which is set in the aftermath of the Angolan war.
Rounding up the jury prizes was the Dutch film "Shape of the Moon” picking up best world documentary; with no narration the film tracks three generations of one family weather the challenges of living in modern-day Indonesia.
How Disco* women set pace for fashion trends
|*That's Discerning, Increasing years, Stylish and Comfortably Off
She is 45, a single mother and has a style habit that demands a healthy bank balance. In many ways Yasmin Yusuf, one of the most powerful people in British fashion, personifies the woman the youth-obsessed style industry must learn to love.
In her first interview since leaving struggling M&S, she identifies a breed of women which the high street ignores very much at its peril. By next year, she says, half the women in this country will be aged 40-plus. It is these women, and those coming up just behind them, whose influence will be unprecedented, because it is they who will make the buying decisions for themselves and for their households.
Friday, January 28, 2005
Porn tape on Greek school bus
ATHENS (Reuters) - A bus driver shuttling pupils to school in northern Greece shocked their parents when he put on a porn tape, say officials.
The incident on Tuesday in the town of Kilkis prompted dozens of complaints by parents who have asked the bus company to sack him.
"The driver said 'kids we've got porn, do you want to watch it'," one of the pupils told reporters on Thursday. "Everyone started shouting yes, yes and he just put in a tape and we watched it on the small TV screens on the bus."
Irene Slatest, 41, has been wearing basically the same uniform since her 20s: "I'm all about the low-cut (tops), the 3-inch heels, the tight clothes."
But as she fixed breakfast one morning at home in suburban Long Beach, N.Y., her daughter, Victoria, noticed something amiss. Hair, makeup and form-fitting outfit intact and impeccable, Slatest nonetheless stood at the stove in ... fuzzy slippers.
"Mom, you look like a housewife!" Slatest recalls her 7-year-old exclaiming.
"I was like, 'Oh, my God, we can't have this,' " Slatest says.
So she finished making eggs in heels.
Iran nears nuclear 'point of no return'
The Israeli defence minister, Shaul Mofaz, warned yesterday that Iran will reach "the point of no return" within the next 12 months in its covert attempt to secure a nuclear weapons capability.
Tehran denies pursuing a nuclear weapons programme.
Speaking in London before a meeting today with Tony Blair, Lieutenant General Mofaz said Iran was the main long-term threat to the world and stressed that it will not be permitted to build a nuclear bomb. "None of the western countries can live with Iran having a nuclear capability," he told reporters.
Plague and flu change history of the world
The history of humanity is inseparable from the history of epidemics
Specialists distinguish outbursts of serious infectious diseases into pandemics and epidemics. Millions of people may die all over the world as a result of a pandemic, whereas an epidemic is of a smaller scale.
Several large-scale pandemics have been registered in the history of the human civilization. The majority of them were of zoonotic character, when people caught diseases from animals. Smallpox, diphtheria, flu and TB are the diseases that carry a global danger.
Monday, January 03, 2005
|Άσε που τώρα ούτε που θυμάμαι τις παλιές μου αγάπες. Είμαι γαντζωμένη φανατικά στην καινούργια, μεγάλη και ελπίζω όχι απατηλή. Έχω ψιλοξεχάσει και τα μέρη που άλλοτε τα έβλεπα και χαιρόμουν και έλεγα την ιστορία τους σε όποιον κακόμοιρο είχα εκείνη τη στιγμή παραμάσχαλα. Τώρα στεναχωριέμαι που δεν έχω το μωρό μου να το κάνω βόλτες πάνω-κάτω στην παραλία και να το φιλάω με πάθος σε κάθε παγκάκι, έτσι ώστε να αποκτήσουν τα πάντα γύρω νέο νόημα για μένα.