Jessica Simpson poses nude on the cover of Elle!/popsugar/status/177439741338337281

Looks like Jess is channeling Demi Moore circa 1991 in this cover shot for Elle.  Simpson’s daughter with fiancé Eric Johnson is due this spring.

Let’s hope Snooki decides to be a little more subtle when her time comes.

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Rob Lowe, Mark Knoller suffering ‘Anchorman 2′ promo fatigue!/RobLowe/status/412703392041938947

Good one! The makers of “Anchorman 2″ have made sure that Will Farrell’s character, Ron Burgundy, has been seen everywhere possible, to the extent that Farrell co-anchored a real newscast at a North Dakota station to promote the film.

Lowe is not alone in feeling the media saturation. CBS News’ Mark Knoller is suffering promotional fatigue as well.!/PAPARAZZINC/status/412725206990327808!/McBride/status/412726281399439360!/NKingofDC/status/412725627968835584

Some wiseguy had to say it.!/SconsetCapital/status/412703544144171008


Boy, are we sorry we missed this:!/RubinReport/status/412724837220503554

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Donald Trump repeats his desire to ‘penetrate the Internet’

Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer is about the only person who tookDonald Trump seriously Tuesday night when he repeated his strategy to “close up” parts of the Internet that ISIS is using to recruit members and coordinate attacks.

Even if it could be done, would it be a good idea?

Expect to this hear this gem quite a bit tomorrow.

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He Sent A Photo Of The Sunset In Japan To His Parents. What He Got 20 Minutes Later Is Beautiful.

Living abroad can be a tough situation to handle. Not only are you in a strange, new place, but you’re a world away from your loved ones. This son living in Japan decided to connect with his parents in the United States one night. He sent them a message, but he never expected what they sent back to him just minutes later.

From Japan, he sent this picture of the sunset to his parents…

And 20 minutes later, they sent him a picture of the sunrise from Florida.

No matter how far apart you are from the ones you love, remember that they are still living under the same sun as you. In fact, they may be looking at the very same sunset as you are, just from a different side. It’s profound when you realize that even though this world is a big place, you’re never that far from friends. This Telecom commercial summarizes it perfectly.

Source: Reddit If this touched you, please share it with others.

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