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 road Elizabeth Taylor hospitalized after suffering symptoms from congestive heart failure.

Time  road Time magazine cover photo awarded "World Press Photo of the Year": "The woman it depicts is Bibi Aisha, who was 18 when she left her husband, a Taliban fighter, over claims of domestic abuse. In an act of retribution, the Taliban allowed him to cut off her ears and nose. Aisha's husband abandoned her after the assault; American soldiers and aid workers later rescued her and transported her to the United States--where she now lives--for reconstructive surgery."

 road Tom Cruise to star in the Hollywood version of Rock of Ages.

 road Moby Dick ship discovered in the Pacific Ocean.

 road Lowell, Massachusetts man wakes up to find his door covered with numerous anti-gay slurs.

 road Contestant on UK reality show admits to doing gay porn.

 road Scientists find that "Lucy" walked on two feet without the need to use her hands.

 road Disturbing rise in racist and anti-gay hate crimes in London.

Leo  road Leonardo Dicaprio suits up as J. Edgar Hoover in LA.

 road Get ready for a Wonder Woman-themed brand of cosmetics from MAC.

 road Things just keep getting worse for Borders bookstores.

 road Nashville mayor says he will sign anti-discrimination legislation for gays and lesbians: "Nashville is known as a welcoming and friendly city and as a city that doesn't tolerate discrimination."

 road Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" is the fastest selling single in iTunes history.

 road Andrew Garfield keeps getting more and more acting gigs.

 road Rhode Island Republican House Minority Leader Robert Watson under fire for comments he made during an event at the Chamber of Commerce: "if you are a Guatemalan gay man who likes to gamble and smokes marijuana."

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  1. My uncle used to play that game with me all of the time...when I was two. "Got your nose!" So muslims play it literally.

    Posted by: TANK | Feb 12, 2011 4:02:31 PM

  2. I don’t want to embarrass anyone here, but the line that says “Scientists find that "Lucy" walked on two feet.” is incorrect. They already did know she walked on two feet –that was all the fuss about Lucy to start with decades ago-, the find only provides more precise information on how that species did it.

    Posted by: Lexxvs | Feb 12, 2011 4:30:58 PM

  3. Writing hate messages on someones' property is the epitome of trashy and cowardly. Hopefully the individual(s) who did it are caught.

    Hopefully Nashville's city council does the right thing and it's good the mayor is on board.

    Lastly, nothing really to say about the Muslim woman except I'm happy she's away from the madness she departed.

    Posted by: Francis | Feb 12, 2011 4:36:27 PM

  4. It is interesting how "shocked" white scientists keep acting when it being validated over and over that the Blackman is the ORIGINAL man from the Bible and had knoweldge of science and art that surpasses anything to date! Look at ABU SIMBEL and the such and it keeps showing white people are not only the the TRUE minority of the planet only %3....but that number is also dying out and youtube " The dying white race"....they have also found HIGH ancient technology in Africa. and pics of the atom with the electron in African tombs and flying machines " The Temple of Hatshepset"...grow up...

    Posted by: shannon | Feb 12, 2011 7:02:46 PM

  5. first, I hope that Ms Aisha gets the best plastic surgery there is. While the emotional scars will always be there, perhaps this lovely woman can lead a normal life and get a good education in the US if she chooses to stay.

    now, the irony of this is that the people of Oklahoma voted to ensure sharia law could not be practiced while the state of Kentucky is subsidizing the building of Noahs ark which will house dinosaurs apparently. Alll the while these fools do not seem to realize that the Old Testament law which they want to build our society on would allow similar punishments for this woman. One day, when Sally Kern is getting stoned for bearing false witness, she may think that she would have been wise to ban all ancient religious texts' laws.

    Posted by: jonny | Feb 12, 2011 10:50:17 PM

  6. I think it's remarkable that Ms. Aisha could be disfigured in a such a severe way and yet manage to look so beautiful in that photo.

    Posted by: Pekemo | Feb 13, 2011 4:55:37 AM

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  8. A truely horrific act upon Ms. Aisha. I'm sure with modern medical practices and the goodwill of decent people a full visual recovery will be made - if not an emotional one!

    Posted by: Man Van Birmingham | May 16, 2012 9:41:28 AM

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