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  • Website if your man/woman is cheating..

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

     

    There's a Website Where You Can Publicly Shame Cheaters

    If ever you’ve wanted revenge on a cheater, now may be your moment in the sun. A new website called Cheaterville.com allows users to post the photo of a person that done them wrong, along with a little write-up of exactly what they did. Here’s an excerpt:

    "Dirty Dugout Dana is her name and being with every baseball player on the team is her game.I met her after one of my college baseball games at like this parking lot keg party."

    This is like a modern-day tarring and feathering. While it’s not all that surprising that the site exists — I mean, there’s a reality show along the same lines, it was just a matter of time — this seems somehow a little worse. We all know by now that whatever the internets says about us affects whether we get jobs, who we can date and how other people will forever know us. So doesn’t it seem a little dangerous to have a site where anyone with any remotely vengeful intentions can post about you and your cheating ways?


    CLICK HERE TO SEE THE WEBSITE

     

     

  • The World's Most Expensive Manicure..

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

     

    Is your regular manicurist leaving you with the blahs?

    Then honey, you need an Iced Manicure!

    If you opt for one, manicure company Cherish...ME promises to "adorn your hands in 10 carats of Diamonds!"

    The price?

    A cool $51,000.

    Of course, Cherish...ME won't allow just anyone off the street to get an Iced Manicure ... if you want one for yourself, you must first meet with the company's owner and her "team of diamond manicurists."

    Believe it or not, this isn't the only gem-encrusted manicure available out there. Leighton Denny, head manicurist at Urban Retreat in London, has been offering the Diamond, Sapphire, and Ruby Encapsulation since at least 2005. He'll embed 9 carats of gems in your nails for the comparatively low price of $32,000. Check it ...

    According to Denny, Arab princesses fly to London just to get this manicure.

  • Rascal Flatts and Justin Beiber

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    Rascal Flatts and Justin Beiber have recorded a song together. It's called "That Should Be Me"...

    Give it a listen and tell me what you think....

    ~Charli

     

     

    It Should Be Me

  • This dog just looks GUILTY...LOL

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    When a man came home, he found a big bite taken out of a bag of kitty treats.

    The suspects? Two dogs.

    The first dog was calm and sniffed the kitty treats bag while being interrogated, but the other dog wasn't so cool. He wagged his tail as his owner approached him and then hung his head when he couldn't look his owner in the face.

    Then, the Golden Labrador named Denver showed his teeth and scrunched his nose, as if he's crying for his being bad.

    The owner then says, "You know the drill, go to your kennel" and the dog immediately gets up and walks to his kennel.

    Then, the owner went back to the first dog and told him that he let this happen.

     

  • Introducing the world's greatest extra...

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    Do you recognize this brilliant actor? Well you should. In fact, according to the myth he appears in every movie and tv-show ever created.

     

  • Here is the worlds most EXPENSIVE dog...

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    The Red Tibetan Mastiff has been named the most expensive dog in the world.... being sold for over $1.4 million.

    The breed is also considered one of the oldest pure breeds in the world.

    It can weigh close to 290 pounds.

    Owners of a male can charge owners of a female about $20,000 for their two dogs to breed.

    In China, this dog is replacing cars and jewelry to show off wealth.

    Tibetans believe that the animal is holy. They believe these dogs have the souls of monks that weren't good enough to be re-incarnated as humans.

  • The Daily Diet Blog....

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    Hi friends, I am on a mission...Not only do I want to drop 10lbs, I want to revert my eating habits back to healthy. There was a time when I ate really well. It seems that since Ive had Presley and life has gotten really busy-ive become lazy in keeping healthy and eating right. It became way too easy to grab fast food on the go or pop in a microwave meal than it was to take the time to eat healthy..

    I also have to make sure Presley grows up eating healthy and setting a good example for her.  So I've began my quest to get healthy and in shape.. Lots of great tips were given and I am greatful and will share them here on the blog every chance I get.

    The biggest tip I was told to do was write down what I eat everyday..I thought, "how can this help?" It does..when you look on paper and seen what you've eaten, you definatley take alert to what you eat the next day..

    Here was my Monday menu:

    430AM: 1 Bowl of cereal (Honeycombs)

    6AM:Tuna Sanwhich..tuna on what pitas (I tried to stick to healthy) and 1 bottle of Mountain Dew

    1130AM: The Bear and Charli Bacon Cheeseburger with fries at The Blackstone...how could I NOT eat my namesake??

    3p: Mountain Dew

    7p: Tuna Sandwich on wheat pita

    830P:  6 Twizzler sticks

    When I look at that I notice one big thing..no veggies or fruits at all, so hopefully when I make up my menu for my family and myself Ill be conscious to include many servings of those..

    I also have to quit the Mountain Dew..it's like a drug!! I LOVE THE SWEETNESS of it!! Awe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I did walk 2.3 miles yesterday-exercise is a must!!

    Good luck and I'll check in from time to time. Please feel free to email any questions or tips to me and Ill share them. On air or on the blog!

    charli.mckenzie@wncy.com

    Heres to healty dieting:)
    ~Charli

  • Avril gets a tattoo...

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

     

    Over the weekend, Avril Lavigne sent out a subliminal tweet saying: "Uh-oh girls day turning into girls night. Should I get a tattoo???? Haha."

    It turned out she did go ahead and get a tat-on her neck! As for what it was, she Tweeted: "It comes in handy all the time, it can hurt you, but at the same time keep you together, safety first!"

    It's a safety pin.

  • Tsunami in Japa..I cannot believe this footage

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    This is the full raw footage filmed by some Japanese people on Friday, during the tsunami which occured in northern Japan.

    According to the video, it was filmed in the Miyagi Prefecture in the city of Kesennuma, which has 74,000 inhabitants.

     

  • Can shows survive when the star gets replaced?

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

     

    David Caruso out, Jimmy Smits in. Shelley Long out, Kirstie Alley in. Michael J. Fox out, Charlie Sheen in. See how shows in the past have handled a challenge now facing ''Two and a Half Men.''

    NYPD Blue

    David Caruso: 1 season (1993-94)
    Jimmy Smits: 4 seasons (1994-98)

    Caruso left after multiple contract disputes, so his cop John Kelly was transferred. Andy Sipowicz's new partner was Bobby Simone. The bond between Dennis Franz's Sipowicz and Jimmy Smits' Simone was much stronger — more buddy-buddy, even father-son — and viewers responded with affection for the pair and increased ratings. —Ken Tucker

     

    Spin City
    Michael J. Fox: 4 seasons (1996-2000)
    Charlie Sheen: 2 seasons (2000-02)

    After telling the cast and crew the previous year that he had Parkinson's disease, Fox decided during the fourth season of the ABC comedy to ''retire'' and focus on his family. Sheen then had the unenviable task of replacing the beloved actor, but the Major League star had enough comedy chops and appeal (yep, you read that right) to keep the show going for another two seasons. —Lynette Rice

    Beverly Hills, 90210
    Shannen Doherty: 4 seasons (1990-94)
    Tiffani Thiessen: 6 seasons (1994-2000)

     

    Oh Shannen, if only you'd listened! After four seasons, Doherty left the original 90210 to be replaced by someone who was better at keeping the drama on screen. In 1994, Thiessen's Valerie Malone breathed new life (and bitchitude) into the series, which stayed on the air for another six years. —Maggie Pehanick

     

    Live! With Regis & Kelly

    Kathie Lee Gifford: 12 years (1988-2000)
    Kelly Ripa: 10 years...and counting (2001-present)
     

    After 12 years of small talk with Reeeeeg, Gifford (who'd been vilified for allegations that the factory that made her clothing line was a sweatshop and for oversharing about her kids) announced she was leaving to spend more time with her family. The peppy Ripa took over and injected new life into the show. —Jessica Shaw

     

    NewsRadio

    Phil Hartman: 4 seasons (1995-98)
    Jon Lovitz: 1 season (1998-99)  

    NewsRadio was a great ensemble comedy, but Hartman's egotistical news anchor Bill McNeal was unquestionably the center of the show. In the wake of the star's untimely death, the producers brought in Hartman's old Groundlings colleague (and fellow SNL performer) Lovitz as the new anchor. Lovitz was actually pretty funny, but the low-rated show only lasted one season post-Hartman. —Darren Franich

     

    ER

    George Clooney: 5 seasons (1994-99)
    Goran Visnjic: 9 seasons (1999-2008)

    When Doug Ross left Chicago General for the Northwest, his longtime love Carol Hathaway wasn't the only thing left behind — there were also millions of heartbroken (mostly female) viewers. So what did the producers do when their classically handsome, emotionally damaged hunky doctor left? Well, they hired a classically handsome, emotionally damaged hunky doctor, of course. Ratings slid steadily after Clooney's departure and hit a low point during its 14th season (which, it should be noted, was still an average of about 9 million). —Sandra Gonzalez

     

    The View

    Meredith Vieira: 9 seasons (1997-2006)
    Rosie O'Donnell: 1 season (2006-07)
    Whoopi Goldberg: 4 seasons...and counting (2007-present)

    The combination of from-day-one co-hosts Barbara Walters and Joy Behar has helped The View, despite two big recasts of its moderator, to remain stable. The fact is that even if Goldberg decides to move on, The View will continue — this is a show that's very smartly built around a concept (ladies gabbing about Hot Topics!) and not one singular personality. —Tanner Stransky

     

    The Daily Show

    Craig Kilborn: 2 1/2 years (1996-98)
    Jon Stewart: 12 years...and counting (1999-present)

    During Kilborn's fun and respectable hosting tenure, the show found smarmy comedy in human interest stories; under the shrewd, absurdist direction of Stewart, the focus shifted to news and politics. The result? Higher ratings and oodles of acclaim. In case you're counting, The Daily Show has won eight consecutive Emmys for Outstanding Variety, Music, or Comedy Program. —Dan Snierson

     

    The X-Files

    David Duchovny: 7 seasons as series regular (1993-2000); 2 seasons recurring (2000-01)
    Robert Patrick: 2 seasons (2000-02)

    When it went off the air after nine seasons in 2002, The X-Files was considered the longest-running sci-fi show in broadcast TV history — but at a cost. Once Duchovny left the show as a full-time cast member in 2000 (explanation: His character was abducted by aliens), producers rejiggered the series, partnering costar Gillian Anderson with an FBI agent played by Patrick. For the show's final season, Annabeth Gish came on full-time as a potential replacement for Anderson. But viewers were disinterested in the new characters, and by the time both Duchovny and Anderson were reunited for the series finale, fans were hopelessly confused by the show's mythology. The X-Files has since been held up as an example of how not to finish a serialized drama. —James Hibberd

     

    8 Simple Rules... For Dating My Teenage Daughter

    John Ritter: 1 season plus three episodes (2002-03)
    Katey Sagal: 3 seasons (2002-05)

    Ritter's character, overprotective dad and newspaper columnist Paul Hennessy, collapsed at the supermarket and died off screen. Sagal, who played his wife, Cate, took on a more central role afterwards, with James Garner joining the show as her surly father. Despite some powerfully dramatic episodes dealing with Paul's death, the show never fully recovered, in the ratings or creatively. —JA

     

    Cheers

    Shelley Long: 5 seasons (1982-87)
    Kirstie Alley: 6 seasons (1987-93)

    Long was the first member of the heralded cast to win an Emmy, but after five seasons of playing the overeducated barmaid, Diane, she left the hit series to focus on a burgeoning movie career and her family. The writers sent Diane away to write her novel, stranding Sam (Ted Danson) on their wedding day. Alley's Rebecca arrived the next season, determined to run the bar after a rattled Sam had sold it. Though she initially seemed cold and aloof, she proved hopelessly insecure and corruptible. Before long, she was one of the Cheers gang, to her character's detriment and our weekly delight. Cheers remained a top 5 show for the next five seasons, and Alley eventually grabbed her own Emmy. —Jeff Labrecque

     

    The West Wing
    Rob Lowe: 4 seasons (1999-2003)
    Josh Malina: 4 seasons (2002-06)

    While Malina's Will Bailey was written as an awkward guy with some built-in friction with other characters when he took over Sam Seaborn's (Lowe) position as deputy communications director, it only served to emphasize the many differences between the two characters. But since the show had such a massively talented ensemble cast to share the screen time, which was the reason Lowe cited for leaving (though it was reportedly more about the money), the weight of its success or failure really didn't fall on Malina. —Abby West

    Entertainment Weekly