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  • Dr. Ruth continues with her ridiculous Olympic tweets

    We started following Dr. Ruth’s Olympic-related tweets last week — and they just keep getting more outrageous. I have to ask: Is there anyone in the world who would actually turn to his lover and say, “Honey, all this watching the Olympics and reading Dr. Ruth’s tweets is turning me on so bad”?
    Here are our favorites (some a little overly awkward): More ▸

  • Madison Beer now a spokesperson against bullying

    Remember Madison Beer?  She is the 13-year-old aspiring singer, who was recently discovered by Justin Bieber in a supportive Tweet, which pretty much means winning the lottery. And apparently Beer understood that with great power comes great responsibility, since she used her new popular platform of more than 36,000 followers (many of whom are Beliebers and… More ▸

  • Dr. Ruth’s scary Olympic tweet

    Apparently Dr. Ruth is more than just an old lady who won’t stop talking about sex – she is an old lady who won’t stop talking about sex and can put a bullet through someone’s head in one try. More ▸

  • Roseanne’s extreme troll-feeding anti-Chick-fil-A Twitter rant

    The fried chicken giant Chick-fil-A has been under fire in the last few days. The food chain’s president, Dan Cathy, admitted that the company is supportive of “the biblical definition of the family unit,” and there for is anti-gay marriage. While the report didn’t necessarily come as a surprise to some, since it is a known fact that Chick-fil-A is a Christian company, and isn’t even open on Sundays, it was still very unusual to hear it from the head of a company, in a move that could (and probably will) affect his business.
    In the days following the interview, Chick-fil-A lost business in Boston, Chicago, lost its relationship with the “Jim Hanson Foundation” and were even subject to ridicule over an allegedly major PR stunt that failed on Facebook.
    Earlier today, actress Roseanne Barr, who is known for having a very active and uncensored Twitter account joined the anti-Chick-fil-A bandwagon, with a series of very explicit tweets, starting with this one: More ▸

  • Jewish celebrities react, debate in the wake of the Colorado theater shooting

    The horrific massacre early Friday in the Aurora, Colo. movie theater during the premiere screening of “The Dark Knight Rises” at midnight drew a lot of emotions and opinions from the American people, with Twitter being the main stage of expression. Jewish celebrities and lawmakers were also among the commentators. While some shared their feelings about the tragic event, other added their personal opinions regarding the hot topic of gun control. Here are some of the main tweets:
    Some celebrities shared their thoughts and prayers: More ▸

  • No more winning: Charlie Sheen quits Twitter

    The 16 month Charlie Sheen-Twitter takeover is finally over, as the outspoken actor officially signed off from Twitter Thursday.  On March 2011 Sheen was dismissed from the popular CBS comedy “Two and a Half Men” after a visit to rehab that halted production. The dismissal followed by a public collision with series creator Chuck Lorre, a collision… More ▸

  • Mac Miller totally doesn’t understand Adam Levine’s humor

    This could be one of those Twitter exchanges that would make you locate the nearest wall and conveniently plant your head in it. Adam Levine commented about Carly Rae Jespen’s “Call Me Maybe” on twitter with the pretty old (in viral terms) joke: “Why does she want him to call her Maybe? Carly is a lovely name.”… More ▸