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News: James Franco, Matthew Morrison, Japan, Southwest Airlines

 road James Franco says goodbye to Twitter.

Mm  road Matthew Morrison tweets his new album cover.

 road Vanilla Ice to play a gay wedding coordinator in new movie alongside Adam Sandler.

 road Officials in Japan find crack in the pit of Fukushima plant's number two reactor: "With radiation levels rising in the seawater near the plant, we have been trying to confirm the reason why, and in that context, this could be one source."

 road Glenn Beck and Bill O'Reilly discuss Donald Trump.

 road Men survive avalanche in Colorado.

 road Listen: 911 call of tussle between Lindsay Lohan a Betty Ford staffer.

 road Zac Efron sculpts his facial hair.

Southwest  road Southwest Airlines cancels 300 flights so it can inspect planes for what it is calling "aircraft skin fatigue." Yesterday, a large hole opened up in the fuselage of one if its Boeing 737s. One flight attendant was injured in that incident.

 road Bill Maher believes Democrats should get tougher: "Republicans don't run from unpopular stances and they stand by their convictions. Stupid, ignorant, world-destroying convictions based on disproven economic fantasies, and ancient books filled with primitive morality and magic people, but convictions nonetheless."

 road Republican Scott Brown calls his won party “irresponsible.”

 road Supporters of Laurent Gbagbo suspected in massive slaughter in Ivory Coast: "...The United Nations said that more than 100 had been killed by Mr. Gbagbo’s fighters, while about 200 had been killed by forces loyal to his rival, Alassane Ouattara, the man recognized by the United Nations, the African Union and other international bodies as the winner of the presidential election last year."

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  1. Why doesn't the Betty Ford clinic kick Lohan out on the street where she belongs, and have he face the music of prison she so clearly deserves? I've had friends who have attended Betty Ford and other high-end rehab facilities, and it doesn't matter how rich or famous you are: you cannot get away with physical abuse of staff. Her comment of, "What do you want? Money?" is so telling and very sad in its way, though I feel zero sympathy for her despite my usual soft heart for addicts.

    On a semi-related note, I guess I've been living in urban areas too long, because when I read that they'd found crack in the Japanese reactor, it took me a second to realize it wasn't the drug. Ugh on me. (And no, I don't do crack.)

    Posted by: Paul R | Apr 2, 2011 4:41:23 PM

  2. Do not be fooled, Scott Brown is by no means A "Moderate"!! Mitt Romney too tried to bill himself as a "Moderate" here in MA also. As for Brown, he has now been in office well over a year and has yet to attend, speak to or address any GLBT press, issue, or event!! Remember too that Romney, when challenging Ted Kennedy in '94, publicly stated that "HE would be MORE Liberal then Ted K was!" Brown is deparately hoping to be "Elected" to a FULL 6 years.. and when that happens (God Forbid) then his true colors will come out!! So for the moment he wants MA voters to believe he is that Moderate voice in the senate!!

    Posted by: alexInBoston | Apr 2, 2011 5:57:02 PM

  3. @AlexinBoston: I couldn't agree with you more. This guy is a fraud. He wants a full term and the GOP wants him to get it. Once he's firmly in place, I think he will show himself to be what the Tea Party expects him to be. He'll vote lock step with his GOP paymasters. So beware Mass. voters, I don't think Brown is a "moderate".

    I also must agree with Maher, but I doubt it will happen. The Dems have been so emasculated by a weak and pandering Obama, they are as cowardly as he is. They just want to go along to get along, whereas the GOP knows what they want and goes for it. One party strikes boldly while the iron is hot, while the other just sits around and hope they're playing nice with the bullies. The GOP has bold and evil leadership, the Dems have no leadership at all.

    Posted by: Bob R | Apr 2, 2011 6:50:15 PM

  4. Have you guys listened to "Summer Rain"?

    All I can say to Matthew Morrison is 'no'.

    Posted by: gayalltheway | Apr 2, 2011 9:03:09 PM

  5. With a new album coming out, we can expect to be inundated with more "surprise - Matthew Morrison is straight" stories of which I am sick of.

    Posted by: niles | Apr 3, 2011 10:45:40 AM

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