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  • Celtic Cross
    The thing is
    The thing about Christmas is that there is too much to do and not enough time to do it in. More is expected of you at home and at work; more money is to be made, more is to be spent and more bargains are to be had. And all of this up against the...
  • Some people are always late
    Why some people are always late: You might be one of them
    An article was written on the Huffington Postwebsite surrounding the question:"How Did It Get to be OK for People to Be Late for Everything?"HuffPost blogger Greg Savage asked the question, and he is not the only one who has noticed that...
  • Woman faints at ObamaCare speech
    'ObamaCare works fine' speech wrought with bad omens, über-glitches
    Someone's got a case of the Monday's...Seeking to reassure the nation that the well over 600,000,000 of their taxpayer dollars weren't a total waste, Barack Obama did his best today as the country's Cheerleader-in-Chief, but...
  • Joanna Krupa
    ‘RHOM’ star Joanna Krupa admits she skipped out on Adriana’s wedding
    “The Real Housewives of Miami” star Joanna Krupa and Adriana may have had lunch together on a previous episode in hopes of making peace, but it sounds like they were not close enough to make peace to the point where they could go to...
  • Nicki Minaj
    Nicki Minaj tardy for ‘American Idol’ live show
    Nicki Minaj is easily the most unpredictable judge on ‘American Idol’ this season. Between her and Mariah Carrey’s on-camera feud, her out-there attire, and her bizarre comments to the contestants, Minaj is quite the colorful...
  • Chris Brown
    Rihanna aggravating staffers: They're ready to quit and are blaming Chris Brown
    Rihanna staffers are leaking to the press that they are fed up with the 24 year-old singer’s antics and are set to hit the road, according to the N.Y. Daily News today. A source in Rihanna’s camp claims fans and friends have been ...
  • T.C. Cannon: He Stood in the Sun
    The late T.C. Cannon still popular at "Santa Fe Indian Market"
    The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) held several events on prolific artist T.C. Cannon at the Santa Fe Indian Market 2012. They included, ‘T.C. Cannon Pops’ & ‘Pai-doung-u-day: T.C. Cannon.’ There will also...
  • Peter Gabriel
    Peter Gabriel live on Letterman Nov. 9
    Veteran rocker Peter Gabriel will appear live on David Letterman's Late Show, with his performance available for free viewing on the web at 6 p.m. PT and 9 p.m. ET.The performance will be webcast live from the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York...
  • On tme clock
    Never be late again with this new invention
    Some people are punctually challenged and are always late. They have a habit of chronic tardiness.Companies in Richmond, Virginia report that some employees have a problem reporting to work on time. The tardiness ranges from a few minutes late to...
  • antique clock from 1908
    Hope were not late!
    Sitting waiting for someone else. It seems as though the minutes take hours. Its always great when you have to be somewhere at a certain time, and you know that other person is making you late. It burns, aggravates you and to no end frustrating....
  • NOVA Traffic 2011
    Tardy Due to Traffic
    Everyone in the DC metropolitan area is aware that if your commute is 15 minutes during non rush hour, it will actually take you anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour in rush hour traffic. Sun glare, rubber necking, traffic accidents and...
  • Late, Late at Night: A Memoir by Rick Springfield
    Late, Late at Night: A Memoir by Rick Springfield
    Rick Springfield's life is now an open book, literally. On October 12, 2010, his fascinating memoir Late, Late at Night hit shelves and is already a New York Tiimes Best Seller. The book's tone is very conversational, rife with Rick's...
  • Working People
    Staying up late and night shifts affect your cancer risk
    Working night shifts or regularly staying up into the early hours is associated with a higher risk of cancer according to a new scientific review from Europe. The Deutsches Arzteblatt International journal from Germany suggests that sufficient...