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  • MTV Movie Awards....Tom Cruise stole the show!

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    This is my favorite movie awards show, hands down!! It will re-air about 10 times on MTV, if you can-check it out..Tom Cruise was UNBELIEVABLE last night. You must watch this video of him portraying, Les Grossman from the movie Tropic Thunder..Tom is priceless

     

     

    Here's the complete list of winners from the 2010 MTV Movie Awards:

    Best Movie: The Twilight Saga: New Moon
    Best Female Performance: Kristen Stewart, New Moon
    Best Male Performance: Robert Pattinson, New Moon
    Best Breakout Star: Anna Kendrick, Up in the Air
    Best Scared-as-Sh-t Performancne: Amanda Seyfried, Jennifer's Body
    Biggest Badass Star: Rain, Ninja Assassin
    Best Comedic Performance: Zach Galifianakis, The Hangover
    Best Villain: Tom Felton, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
    Best Kiss: Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, New Moon
    Best WTF Moment: Ken Jeong, The Hangover
    Global Superstar: Robert Pattinson
    Generation Award: Sandra Bullock

     

     

  • R.I.P Rue McClanahan

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    She will forever be Blanche Dvereaux, that promiscuous Golden Girl we all loved. She died of a stroke Thursday in a hospital in New York.

    McClanahan’s career ended in the same state where it started — on a New York stage in the 1950s. But TV was where she skyrocketed to stardom, notably when producer Norman Lear cast McClanahan in the 1971 CBS hit series “All in the Family.” Soon after, she appeared in Lear’s “Maude,” but she’ll be remembered by most across generations for her work in “The Golden Girls,” which ran from 1985 until 1992. McClanahan’s Emmy for best lead actress came in 1987. Only Betty White of “The Golden Girls” is still alive today. Estelle Getty died in 2008, and Bea Arthur died in 2009.

    We will miss you Blanche..

    ~Charli

  • Sexy Celebrities w. Ugly Significant Others

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    THE LIST:

    ~~ Yvonne Strahovski and Tim Loden:



    The babe from NBC’s “Chuck", and Tim Loden, a supposed “actor”.

    ~~ Paulina Porizkova and Ric Ocasek:

    The Cars’ lead singer and the Czech supermodel.

    ~~ Aaron Johnson and Sam Taylor-Wood:

    Aaron Johnson is the 19-year-old star of Kick-Ass. She's the 42-year-old director of his previous movie whom he impregnated and then got engaged to.

    ~~ Christina Aguilera and Jordan Brafman:

    When these met, Christina Aguilera was one of the hottest and most talented musical acts in the business, as well as the sex symbol most unafraid to change her image since Madonna. Bratman was a “music marketer,” whatever that is.

    ~~ Clive Owen and Sarah-Jane Fenton: Owen met Fenton when they played the leads in Shakespeare’s The Two Gentlemen of Verona Romeo and Juliet. They got married in 1995 and have two daughters.

    ~~ Salman Rushdie and ANYONE:



    Salman Rushdie is a wildly overrated writer who dates and/or marries women who are so far out of his league... Padma Lakshmi divorced him and got pregnant with someone else, Olivia Wilde married an Italian prince.

    ~~ Adriana Lima and Marko Jaric:

    Adriana Lima is a Victoria’s Secret Angel and one of the most famous supermodels in the world. Marko Jaric is an NBA player.

    ~~ Christina Hendricks and Geoffrey Arend:

    Yes, the weird-looking friend from (500) Days of Summer is married to the curviest reason to watch “Mad Men.”

    ~~ Marisa Miller And Griffin Guess:

    She's the hottest woman in the world; HIM? Not-so-much.

    Click here for the source w. pictures

  • Secret Signs Men give you when they lie

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    I came across this while surfing the web, stuck inside while my daughter napped over Memorial Day weekend. I couldn't quit starring at all the men in my family to see if they were lying..check them out

    ~Charli

    1. He looks up and to the left

    The next time you ask him a tough question or he wants to explain himself to you, notice which way he looks. If his eyes move up to the right, he's recalling information from his memory. If he looks up and to the left, there's a good chance that he's inventing the answer.

    2. He toys with his ears or his nose.

    If he starts playing with his ear or nose and he doesn't have allergies, be suspicious. When a guy is being deceptive, it's common for blood to rush to his face. His nose and ears get warm and start to itch, which causes him to unconsciously rub or scratch them.  3. He shifts in his chair or taps his fingers

    These things may make it seem like he's just nervous, but if they're done while he's explaining himself to you, they actually mean he could be lying.

    4. He covers his mouth with his hand.

    This guy is probably lying.  When he unconsciously hides your view of his lips, it's a sign that he's trying to block the truth from slipping out. H e might also lick his lips and look away from you. These little moves show what's bugging him.

    Click her for more signs

  • This is amazing..good luck keeping your eyes dry

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    This was one of the most heart, felt videos I have ever seen. I cannot quit smiling about this video..we love and support you troops more than you realize..Thanks for sending me this Lynne!!! 

    ~Charli

     

  • Willie cuts his hair!!!

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    You would've thought the President had been kidnapped the way the press has covered this story..apparently it's a BIG deal that willie has cut his hair..

    ~Charli

  • 5 Facebook Annoyances and how to fixem th

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    Five Facebook Annoyances -- and How to Fix Them

    By Harry McCracken - FOXNews.com

    Here's fast relief for some of the social network's most maddening issues, from never-ending e-mail alerts to spammy messages from random strangers.

    With 400 million active members, Facebook has a larger population than every country on earth except China and India. And it sometimes feels like most of us who use the service have one thing in common: We love to gripe about Facebook.

    Lately, most high-profile complaints involve recent changes to the company's privacy policies. (I explained how to tweak its famously convoluted privacy settings in this story; founder Mark Zuckerberg says that simpler controls are on their way.) But there are plenty of other things about Facebook that prompt people--even Facebook fans--to grumble. The service is rife with little irritations, including ones that have the potential to be dangerous, such as as fraudulent messages from people who'd love to steal your passwords.

    Herewith, five of those annoyances, and advice on how to respond to them--or prevent them from bothering you in the first place.

    Annoyance: Excessive e-mail
    When your friends take actions on Facebook that involve you--such as tagging you in a post or photo, commenting on your Wall, adding a friend you suggested, or simply poking you--Facebook may send you an e-mail alerting you to the happy news. That can be useful, but the more active that you and your friends are on Facebook, the higher the chances that these notifications will feel like a tsunami of information overload.

    How to fix it: Click on "Account" in the upper right-hand corner, then on "Account Settings." Then click on the "Notifications" tab. You'll see dozens of categories of Facebook events that can trigger an alert via e-mail or text message. You can turn any or all of them off. (You may well want to leave some of them selected, such as the one which e-mails you whenever a friend invites you to an event.)

    Annoyance: Noisy News Feed
    Your News Feed is the first screen you see when you sign into Facebook--a never-ending update on your friends' recent activity on the service, such as when they've uploaded new photos or commented on another friend's post. But Facebook also lets applications which your friends have installed automatically add items to your feed. And if you haven't been sucked into the world of FarmVille, getting an impersonal update each time one of your buddies buys a tractor can can get old really fast.

    How to fix it: Scan your News Feed for an item posted by an app you'd like to ignore. Hover the mouse pointer over it, and a Hide link will appear at the right. Click it, and you'll see buttons that will let you either hide all items from your friend, or items from the app. Unless your friend is just plain boring, it's that second link you want to click. Doing so will block the app from posting items on behalf of any of your friends.

    Annoyance: Junk from strangers
    One of the nice things about Facebook's e-mail-like Messages feature is that you're much less likely to get inundated with spam than you are in plain old e-mail. But depending on your Facebook settings, it may still be possible for people you don't know to send you messages--including spammers, scammers, and others who you don't want to hear from. Most of these messages are pretty easy to spot, but it would be nicer if they never arrived in the first place.

    How to fix it: If you receive a piece of spam in your Facebook inbox, click the Report Spam link. That will report it to Facebook so it can take appropriate action against the member who sent it.

    You can also configure your account so that only people who you've already friended can send you messages, which will make it dramatically tougher for spammers to pester you. Click on "Account" in the upper right-hand corner, then on "Privacy Settings." Then click on "Contact Information." Near the bottom of the list of options, you'll see "Send me a message." Change the setting to "Friends only" to prevent people you don't know from contacting you. (They'll still be able to attempt to add you as a friend, but you can accept or ignore these requests as they arrive.)

    Annoyance: Junk from friends
    Even if you don't let random strangers invade your Facebook inbox, you may get a message from friends alerting you to something such as a video that he or she thinks you should watch right away. But the message may really from a hacker who has compromised your pal's Facebook account. And if you click on any links in it, you'll get routed off Facebook and onto a dangerous Web site which will try to do things such as steal your passwords or install malicious software on your computer.

    How to fix it: Find friends who are less likely to let their Facebook accounts get hijacked. Or keep your pals, but be extremely skeptical of Facebook messages that ask you to click on anything. If in doubt, just don't click--and run a modern Web browser and an up-to-date security sute, both of which will include features designed to prevent you from unwittingly visiting dangerous Web sites. 

    Annoyance: Sneaky ads

    Facebook knows a lot about you: your location, your gender, your age, your occupation, and maybe even your tastes in everything from food to music. It uses some of this data to display ads that target people like you. Which isn't an inherently bad thing--the targeting is anonymous, and increases the chances that you'll see ads you find interesting rather than irritating.

    But cheesy advertisers sometimes buy ads with claims that are misleading at best--such as free iPad offers which claim to be available to everyone who shares your age and gender. (The "free" offer involves signing up for nightmarish quantities of marketing promotions, some of which cost money, and you see the ads whether you're a 23-year-old male or a 76-year-old female.) Facebook's policies prohibit tactics such as these, but the ads often pop up like weeds before the company knows they're there.

    How to fix it: You can't guarantee that you'll never be exposed to a questionable ad--but when you do see one, you can take action. Click on the "x" to the right of the ad to close it. Facebook will ask you why you want to get rid of it. One of the options is "Misleading." If you click on that, and Facebook agrees with your appraisal, that particular ad will never bother a Facebook user again.

    Harry McCracken blogs at Technologizer, his site about personal technology. He's also the former editor in chief of PC World. Follow him on Twitter as @harrymccracken.

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  • The Bachelorette Contestant from Green Bay

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    Here he is ladies...If it doesn't work out with Ali..know there is a good looking Sales Consultant from Green Bay who may be available:) The Bachelorette is on Monday's at 7p-

    ~Charli