Looks like Stevie J has got Joseline by the balls (so to speak) Joseline admits signing Stevie J’s contract without even reading it. We all know that Hitman Stevie J came from the era of Bad Boys Club. He was taught by the best and rolls with the pros. No wonder Stevie J let’s Joseline act a damn fool all the time. At the end of the day Mimi Faust may be Molly Maid but Joseline Hernandez is the Cash Cow! Continue reading
http://www.realitytea.com/2013/04/15/married-to-medicine-recap-two-bitches-fighting-in-ball-gowns-mariah-huq-toya-bush-harris/ If you want to read the entire story
OMG! Were the only words coming out of my mouth when I was checking out Bravo this past Sunday night. I’m just glad I ordered Chinese food and had my left over Target Popcorn. #Good-Stuff Bravo! You have done it again. Cheers!!! The fight was #Classic! But I do have to declare Toya the winner. Even though this video doesn’t seem like it
I’m just going to give you some paragraphs from RealityTea.com Blog. They said it all and there’s nothing left to say. I felt bad for both husbands as this party was definitely not the place for a fight or conversations that were taking place. Clearly both these women had a very selfish moment. Husbands should be hanging their heads low and if they are not then maybe they need to be medicated as well. SMDH!
After she and Toya are separated, Mariah says, “I could of killed Toya’s ass. I could of threw her ass in that pool and drowned that bitch.” Mama Lucy assures Mariah that she did well, adding, “You did a good job, you hit her back. I hope you beat her ass well.” Meanwhile, a sobbing Toya is holed up in the bathroom with Simone.
Please leave your comments after reading this! Let’s Start with Kari and Mariah and Mariah’s Arrival….
Lucy joins Quad‘s never-ending bitch fest, Toya catches up with Kari, andSimone seeks out Mariah. Simone asks, “Are you behaving?” to which Mariah says, “I’m always behaving, Dr. Jackie.” Simone’s like, um, you mean Simone. Mariah cops an attitude over the correction, saying, “You’re all prissy and perfect now. I miss my Simone from Tennessee.” Once again, Mariah is most definitely under the influence of something, as her speech sounds slurred and she’s not making any sense.
Tacoma Perry invited Top Dogg to discuss why and how he started being a Master K-9 Trainer over 30yrs ago. To discuss why Dog Bite Prevention Intervention by a Dog Expert is so important it was only fitting that we hauled it straight over to the pre-school to discuss this with the children- since a large percentage of bites occur with children and with dogs that they know. Check out the Video
Rashad says 4.7 million people every year are bitten by dogs, and 70 percent of them are kids 8 years old and under. He says the first thing to teach your children is to not run from dogs.
Rashad says running sets dogs into prey mode and a dog will chase, just because a child is running.
“Teach kids to stand still, hold their ground. Put their arms over their chest, think positive thoughts. The dog will come up smell you, get bored with you and move on,” Rashad said.
Rashad says big or small, teach your children to always ask permission of a dog’s owner and wait for a response.
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“And the person that’s holding the dog should walk the dog over for the pet, and then the child extend his hand out, fingers curled back, wrist curled back, until the dog smells you and then you want to reach around and pet the dog,” said Rashad.
He says tell your children never to take anything from a dog or tease them. Rashad says with a little education big tragedies can be prevented.
Top Dogg is attempting to go down in the “Guinness World Record Attempt” June 1, 2013 to further bring awareness to this epidemic. REGISTER TODAY! http://www.kidzandk9s.org Check out how to register today… and don’t forget to tune in every Saturday to Dog Talk Radio http://www.YouTalkIBark.com
Today was very busy at the Cobb Theatre where a private invite only screening took place of Tyler Perry’s new movie “Temptation”. A very rich NeNe Leakes interviewed with E! Online as they did a live U-streamed live. Nene Leakes says she never asked anyone to “hook her up with a job”, including her close friend “Tyler Perry.” Nene Leakes stated “when Tyler Perry finds a role that is suitable for her , she is sure she will get that phone call.” however the interviewer made a comment “Since you are very rich, I’m sure you will be just fine in the mean time.” “RICH #itch” Nene corrected her.
Rosci- and Lance Gross
Several celebrities showed up for the screening, Lance Gross, Robbie Jones, Jurney Mollett-Bell, Tyler Perry, and a VERY Pregnant, Rich, Still Married, and Beautiful Kim Kardashian wearing one of her own designs and custom Kardashian leggings. See more pics Continue reading
Well it was Margarita Happy Hour from 8-12midnight on thurs 3/6 at Wet Willies in the Lindberg Station. 11 year NFL Vet / Carlos Emmons celebrated being in business for 3years with a packet establishment. How many people can open up a new franchise in a place where the nay sayers said the 1st year (This place will be dead as soon as the summer is over with). Well that was 3 years ago and we watched the summers come and go since then and its coming around the corner again. Carlos you are truly loved by many so you must be doing something right!
Takeo Spikes NFL (guest) and Carlos Emmons (former NFL and Wet Willies Franchise Owner)
Lakers fans will remember the real estate mogul for enjoying extraordinary NBA success — 10 championships in three-plus decades — but equally important to his legacy was a sense of showmanship
The new owner gave courtside seats to movie stars. He hired pretty women to dance during timeouts. He spent freely on big stars and encouraged a fast-paced, exuberant style of play.
As the Lakers sprinted to one NBA title after another, Buss cut an audacious figure in the stands, an aging playboy in blue jeans, often with a younger woman by his side.
“I really tried to create a Laker image, a distinct identity,” he once said. “I think we’ve been successful. I mean, the Lakers are pretty damn Hollywood.”
Buss died Monday of an undisclosed form of cancer atCedars-Sinai Medical Center, according to his longtime spokesman, Bob Steiner. Buss was 80.
Lakers fans will remember Buss for bringing extraordinary success — 10 championships in three-plus decades — but equally important to his legacy was a sense of showmanship that transformed pro basketball from sport to spectacle.
“Jerry Buss helped set the league on the course it is on today,” NBA Commissioner David Stern said. “Remember, he showed us it was about ‘Showtime,’ the notion that an arena can become the focal point for not just basketball, but entertainment. He made it the place to see and be seen.”
His teams featured the likes of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson, Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal and Dwight Howard. He was also smart enough to hire Hall of Fame-caliber coaches in Pat Riley and Phil Jackson.
“I’ve worked hard and been lucky,” Buss said. “With the combination of the two, I’ve accomplished everything I ever set out to do.”
A Depression-era baby, Jerry Hatten Buss was born in Salt Lake City on Jan. 27, 1933, although some sources cite 1934 as his birth year. His parents, Lydus and Jessie Buss, divorced when he was an infant.
His mother struggled to make ends meet as a waitress in tiny Evanston, Wyo., and Buss remembered standing in food lines in the bitter cold. They moved to Southern California when he was 9, but within a few years she remarried and her second husband took the family back to Wyoming.
His stepfather, Cecil Brown, was, as Buss put it, “very tight-fisted.” Brown made his living as a plumber and expected his children (one from a previous marriage, another son and a daughter with Jessie) to help.
This work included digging ditches in the cold. Buss preferred bell hopping at a local hotel and running a mail-order stamp-collecting business that he started at age 13.
Leaving high school a year early, he worked on the railroad, pumping a hand-driven car up and down the line to make repairs. The job lasted just three months.
Until then, Buss had never much liked academics. But he returned to school and, with a science teacher’s encouragement, did well enough to earn a science scholarship to the University of Wyoming.
Before graduating with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, when he was 19 he married a coed named JoAnn Mueller and they would eventually have four children: John, Jim, Jeanie and Janie.
The couple moved to Southern California in 1953 when USC gave Buss a scholarship for graduate school. He earned a doctorate in physical chemistry in 1957. The degree brought him great pride — Lakers employees always called him “Dr. Buss.”
This year I attended the 2013 Trumpet Awards (AGAIN) but I must admit the red carpet was one of the most (AWKWARD) red carpets ever. Someone should have told me I was going to need 5 Martinis to prepare. It really helps when people whom are chosen for these duties are people whom understand the IMPORTANCE of WHY a red carpet exists. Before I get into picture posting let’s talk about the purpose of the red carpet. It’s a place (UNPAID) press go arriving early to get photos and interviews to run back and post to Magazines, Newspapers, National Publicity Photo Outlets such as Getty, Wire Images etc. When I didn’t see the media outlets listed on the ground that was the first RED FLAG. When I saw members from the local church group mic’d up and NOT announcing Very Important People who came from thousands of miles away (OH Not Announcing them because they didn’t RECOGNIZE the Talent (this was very disturbing). Rule#1 You must assign a Talent SPOTTER to announce to the PRESS whom is arriving. Continue reading
From Eagles Insider: Lastest Tweets 12/3:
Jim is a fine football coach and we appreciate the efforts he gave to this team over the past two years. However, I determined that it was in the team’s best interest that we move in a different direction in terms of trying to maximize the production of that position group. We look forward to having Tommy Brasher back on board to work with the defensive line.
Washburn famously brought the Wide 9 defensive line scheme with him to Philadelphia in 2011, which was designed to improve the Eagles pass rush. It seemed to work last year; Trent Cole finished with 11 sacks and Washburn favorite Jason Babinfinished with a whopping 18.
That wasn’t the case this year, however, as the Eagles struggled to generate a pass rush and many fans and pundits began poking holes in the Wide 9 scheme. The alignment puts a lot of pressure on the linebackers to fill in the gaps created by the wide alignment of the defensive ends and requires dominant defensive tackles to clog the middle of the formation.
Simply put, many folks in Philadelphia didn’t feel the Eagles had the personnel to run the alignment.
It came to a head this year when the disappointing Babin was cut by the Eagles. That was a move that apparently wasn’t popular with Washburn—the two are extremely close—and may have foreshadowed his eventual dismissal.
Jeff McLane@Jeff_McLane : Just got this from one #Eagles coach: Jim Washburn “had become a cancer.” As I wrote last week, DL coach was unhappy when Babin was waived.And so continues the Eagles season of releasing old remnants of the Andy Reid era, surely all leading up to the head coach’s ouster this offseason. First it was defensive coordinator Juan Castillo. Then it was Senior Vice President of Communications RobZeiger and Chief Marketing Director Tim McDermott.
The dominoes continue to fall in Philadelphia, now a disappointing 3-9 on the season. Wholesale changes are expected at the end of the season.
For now, the Eagles are offering fans previews on an almost weekly basis at this point of what’s to come. This week, it was Washburn.
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Stormy Wellington speaks on Staying at the Top of Her Game! Rising to Millionaire Status at her first stab at MLM. Leaving and joining another MLM. Rising to the Top again in just 4 mos. How does she do it? What keeps her motivated? Check out her book “The Quiet Storm” This will better help you understand her and what she stands for.