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August 10, 2012

Middle Schoolers' Sex-Ed Questions

The tumblr Sex Questions From Seventh Graders is made by a teacher whose students submit anonymous question cards, usually about sex.

What Mariah Carey's New Nail Line Will Look Like

This is just pure speculation. But Mariah IS set to make two nail polish collections for OPI next year. Let's hope she draws artistic inspiration from her body of work instead of giving us some boring shades of red and pink.

Seven Arnold Quotes That Could Be Useful As A Cabinet Secretary

The White House approached Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2011 about a cabinet position according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. Here are seven ways Arnold could use his movie experience to help the President.

Olive Garden Reviewer Wins Super Serious Journalism Award

Marilyn Hagerty, the internet's favorite food critic, will receive this year's Al Neuharth Award! Previous winners: Walter Cronkite, Tom Brokaw and Larry King.

Jay Carney Denounced Negative Third Party Attacks In May

White House press secretary Jay Carney dodged questions today about a negative ad implicating Mitt Romney in the death of a steelworker's wife, a charge which also ran on the Obama campaign website. In May, however, Carney was more willing to denounce negative attacks, discussing a plan by Joe Ricketts to attack the President for his ties to the Reverend Jeremiah Wright. "To launch a multimillion dollar divisive attack campaign is not what the American people want," Carney said. "There are moments when you have to stand up and say that's not the right way to go."

Beastie Boys' Adam "MCA" Yauch Refuses To Allow Death To Sell Him Out

DNAinfo has reported that Yauch's will contains a clause prohibiting his "image, music and any art he created" being used for advertising -- ever. MCA will be punk forever.

5 Defiant Moments From Pussy Riot's Closing Statement

Yekaterina Samutsevich speaks out on why she stood up to Putin and his violation of church-state separation at Pussy Riot's now-notorious cathedral demonstration.

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