All I can think is eeewwwwww!
In this town with fewer than 4,500 residents, the topless coffee shop is booming with business.
Guess what. There was a flood of job applications — more than 150. The owner says “We didn’t hire ’10s,’ ” he said, referring to appearance. “We hired everyone from skinny to big-boned women.” Of the 15 selected, most had been laid off from other jobs in the past few months.
The coffee shop jobs are paying off. One waitress received a $100 tip for a cup of coffee, and most of the wait staff make about $30 a table.
My question…..doesn’t it get kind of cold in Maine?
Average temps in the state in January, 19.4° F; July, 70.1° F; annual average, 45°.
All this blogging about Rihanna and Chris Brown. Now People mag. says they are back together?
The pair have reunited almost three weeks after Brown, 19, allegedly battered her.
“They’re together again. They care for each other,” says the source. The on-again couple are currently spending time together at one of Sean “Diddy” Combs’s homes, on Miami Beach’s Star Island. Adds the source: “While Chris is reflective and saddened about what happened, he is really happy to be with the woman he loves.”
Some stuff you just cannot forgive….
I’ve writtten a few posts about the Bernie Madoff scam and the wonderful charities and innocent people affected by it. Perhaps one of the most famous of thesepeople was Elie Wiesel, the Nazi concentration camp survivor who went on to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
“Could I forgive him? No,” the 80-year-old told a panel assembled Thursday by Conde Nast’s Portfolio Magazine at New York’s 21 Club to discuss Madoff, whose alleged victims included Wiesel and his foundation, The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity.
“To forgive, first of all, would mean that he would come on his knees and ask for forgiveness,” the Auschwitz survivor said. “He wouldn’t do that.”
In case you forgot, Madoff, is accused of running a Ponzi scheme that may have cost investors up to $50 billion. He faces one charge of securities fraud in connection with an international scheme that has cost some investors their life savings and could land him in prison for up to 20 years.
Wiesel invested all $15.2 million that his foundation had amassed, he said.
“It’s not the Jewishness in him, it’s the inhumanity in this man who simply believed he can go around depriving people of their livelihoods. What he has done to certain people, it breaks my heart,” he said.
“At the end, he went down to swindle thousands and thousands of people, and hurt thousands and thousands of people. Take our little foundation. My wife takes care of 1,000 Ethiopian children in Israel. What he does to them — we were going to open a third center in Jerusalem. We cannot do it now. What [he has] done to others, to hospitals, to educational institutions, my God! Didn’t he think?”
“It shows, again, a human being is capable of both very great, good things, and very horrible things,” he said.
The biggest story of the week remains to be the Octuplet mom. Dr. Phil got the scoops as she told him that she is worried about her babies coming home, she made a mistake and she has declined the Angel offer of financial assistance. Whateva.
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