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News: Patrick Schwarzenegger, Robin Williams, Election Rigging, NYC's 'Wildlife Bonanza'

Road PatWentworth Miller takes a break from shooting The Flash in Canada.

RoadThe Discovery Channel gave Patrick Schwarzenegger a present for Shark Week.

RoadEmma Stone rumored to replace Michelle Williams as Sally Bowles in Cabaret on Broadway.

RoadIs Benedict Cumberbatch the real Christian Grey?

RoadNeil Patrick Harris gets Glamour-ous, dishes on his love life and what it takes to make a relationship last: "If you want relationships to last, live by “for better or worse.” Honeymoon phases end. They just do. We’re animals, and animals aren’t inclined to copulate with just each other for the rest of their lives. So here’s a challenge: How do you keep redefining your relationship? I think you have to find new elements that turn you on, and not only sexually. Having kids was one of those great moments for me. Watching David become another level of person, mastering this other domain, made me look at him with a whole other set of appreciative eyes. That sort of made me re-fall in love with him."

Zelda RoadRobin Williams' death has officially been ruled a suicide: "The 63-year-old beloved actor, comedian, and multi-award winning actor had an examination performed today, which revealed his cause of death to be asphyxia due to hanging by a belt in the preliminary autopsy."

RoadWilliams' daughter Zelda posted a heartbreaking tribute to her father on Twitter after his passing.

RoadAlfdrick: Anna Kendrick and Alfie Allen (Theon Greyjoy from Game of Thrones) reportedly an item.

RoadZack Snyder defends Aquaman in radio phone call; Jason Momoa rumored to be playing the sea-bound superhero. 

RoadRepublican congressman accuses Democrats of rigging elections in Minnesota: "In an email sent on July 28th on behalf of Republican Secretary of State nominee Paul Pate’s campaign, Rep. Steve King (R-IA) accused Democrats of rigging Minnesota’s 2008 Senate election on behalf of Sen. Al Franken (D-MN), using their control of the Secretary of State office. The result was razor-thin, with Franken ultimately topping then-Sen. Norm Coleman (R-MN) by just 312 votes. Though King didn’t make a specific accusation, Politifact has rated similar claims of fraud as 'false.'"

RoadMatt Bomer works up a sweat.

Whale Road"wildlife bonanza" is currently taking place in the waters surrounding New York City: "Former New York Aquarium Curator Paul Sieswerda, who now heads up the marine wildlife tracking and research group Gotham Whale, told the Guardian that he’s already seen 29 humpback whales in New York waters from the spring to July. That’s compared to 43 whale sightings for the entire 2013 feeding season — which lasts from spring until winter — 25 sightings in the 2010 season and just five sightings in 2011, the report said. “The [Hudson] river used to bring nothing but pollution, but in the last five years or so there is cleaner water, more nutrients and less garbage,” Sieswerda said. “My boat captain says New York is the new Cape Cod.”

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  1. Patrick Schwartzenegger is a beautiful looking dude.

    Posted by: ratbastard | Aug 12, 2014 5:00:47 PM


  2. "We’re animals, and animals aren’t inclined to copulate with just each other for the rest of their lives."

    Actually, yes they are (swans, wolves, gibbons, etc.) Don't try to science if you don't know how.

    Posted by: Randy | Aug 12, 2014 5:15:33 PM


  3. Neil has no clue what he is talking about

    Many animals mate for life. A simple google search& add to randy's list

    black vultures
    french angel fish
    bald eagles
    penquins
    otters
    shingleback skinks
    dik diks
    coyotes till their mate dies

    Every animal kingdom has examples of monogamy, even lizards and insects

    Posted by: Hislv | Aug 12, 2014 6:24:22 PM


  4. Who is Patrick's mother? The maid?

    Posted by: anon | Aug 12, 2014 10:01:12 PM


  5. Randy and HISLV ... you mention 11 of the millions of animal species as proof that animals are monogamous. That's called a rounding error. Actually it's not even a rounding error; it's a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of a rounding error. NPH didn't imply 100% of animals mate for life. He implied that, as a general rule in nature, the majority of animals don't mate for life. That's a simple (and yes, scientific) fact.

    Perhaps NPH knows a bit more of which he speaks than either of you two scholars. Just a thought ...

    Posted by: SEAScott | Aug 12, 2014 11:15:20 PM


  6. seascott

    goog is helpful

    90% of all birds are monogamous

    3-5% of mammals are monogamous

    a large percentage of social insects are monogamous but they also force sterility on all other males by the queen

    But if you knew how to use google you might not come of as ignorant of science

    We Homosexuals can not on the one hand point out that homosexuality occurs in nature amongst and thus natural while ignoring nature's other lessons. There is a genetic component to monogamy , the question is does humanity poses such genes. Neil and you both would do better focusing on if humans have or don't have such genes that obviously many animal species do

    Posted by: Hislv | Aug 12, 2014 11:36:45 PM



  7. Zoologist here:

    Many "Monogamous" animals "cheat on each other every chance they get. It is in their best interest to vary the gene pool as much as possible.

    The point being, NPH and David ARE monogamous and are also awesome

    Posted by: Wirrrn | Aug 13, 2014 12:32:24 AM


  8. Randy: No they aren't. There are a bunch of animals that tend to monogamy, but they are a minority

    Posted by: jjose712 | Aug 13, 2014 1:24:31 AM


  9. Who gives a s*** if they are monogamous or not?

    Whatever works for them.

    Posted by: MaryM | Aug 13, 2014 5:55:53 AM


  10. How does Patrick have that sad of a jawline when he's his father's son?

    Posted by: JMC | Aug 13, 2014 8:48:48 AM


  11. Rep. Steve King (R-IA) accused Democrats of rigging Minnesota’s 2008 Senate election on behalf of Sen. Al Franken (D-MN).

    As I Live in MN I find our biggest problem is not rigged elections but keeping trash out from other states. It seems like Rep. Steve King (R-IA) has problems with lying. The SOB can not win when open mind people look for the truths in campaign promises.

    Rep. Steve King (R-IA) throws sh** out there and looks to see how many closed mind people accepted it as truth.

    What a a**

    Posted by: grumpy_old_lady | Aug 13, 2014 9:56:35 AM


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