Sunday, November 25, 2012
Rihanna, the lovely famed singer who’s equally famous for her row with rapper Chris Brown, was just seen leaving a London hotel in a mosh of fans and press (which are the same thing, now-a-days).
This just happened: a Twitter user by the name of Jesal Parshotam put out a photo on Twitter (which is putting it in the public domain) and said in two Twitter tweets, he tried to get Rihanna to talk about “her relationship with Chris Brown” but she was having none of it. More at Zennie62.com: Rihanna Ducks Chris Brown Questions; Leaves London Hotel
Friday, November 2, 2012
Zennie62 reports New York City is facing what seems to be a large problem with raw sewage all over the streets after Hurricane Sandy. Several blogs are directly reporting the problem.
For example, the blog Carroll Gardens Coalition for Respectful Development has photos of clumps of stuff on the streets, including used condoms. More here: Raw Sewage On New York Streets After Hurricane SandyRaw Sewage On New York Streets After Hurricane Sandy
Thursday, November 1, 2012
When I step into the voting booth, I think about the world I want to leave my two daughters, and the values that are required to guide us there. The two parties’ nominees for president offer different visions of where they want to lead America.
One believes a woman’s right to choose should be protected for future generations; one does not. That difference, given the likelihood of Supreme Court vacancies, weighs heavily on my decision. More at Zennie62.com New York Mayor Bloomberg Endorses President Obama
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
This was true for many large data center online publications like The Huffington Post and Mediaite. But many small blogs that used popular free services like Blogger, were still up and running. The lesson: have both a self-hosted blog and a Google-hosted blog, or series of blogs, on Blogger, as Zennie62Media has. Then you won’t have to worry about dealing with blog service interruptions. More...New York Media Takes A Hurricane Sandy Big Hit
Monday, October 29, 2012
Now, President Obama is tasked with doing his job: coordinating cabinet heads, making sure state governors know the resources they need are available, and getting the message out to the American public. Meanwhile, his Presidential Race challenger, Gov. Mitt Romney, has to deal with comments he made about essentially dismantling FEMA. Hurricane Sandy Brings Mitt Romney’s Insensitive Anti-FEMA Ideas To Light
Monday, October 15, 2012
The hacktavist group Anonymous is up to some good.
The Internet Troll that was Todd’s primary harasser has been outed as Vancouver-area man. Since no charges have been filed, although police have been searching for a man, this blogger will not release his name. But this ugly practice of tormenting young girls online is finally being challenged. Gawker blogger Adrian Chen outed a man named Michael Brutsch, who was known as Violentacrez on Reddit, and posted what are called “creepshot” photos. He defended his actions, saying that he was just trying to “rile” up people online by using racist and sexist terms and images. More at Zennie62.com here... Amanda Todd’s Internet Troll Outed; What About Shania Grey?
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Friday, October 12, 2012
On September 29th, 2012, Brooklyn, New York, welcomes a new addition to its architectural family: Barclays Center. The $1 Billion construct was built as a home for the relocated New Jersey Nets, and as a home for one of the teams principal owners, JayZ. But how does the new building impact its surroundings? It's too early to tell, except that it brings more traffic and more people when a show's going on - to be expected, right? More at Zennie62.com Barclays Center Opens, Brings People, $, To Brooklyn
Saturday, June 16, 2012
Chris Brown, Kevin Durant, US Open 2012, Tiger Woods, Powerball and Matt Cain are the Google Trends for the week. And considering that Google's killed the ability to know what the search trends are in real time, those are the real trends for the week. I've blogged about this earlier in the week, but it bears repeating: Google has killed a major source of information for bloggers who are trying to keep up with what's happening in the news cycle, which changes as often as every 15 minutes. It's enough to make on mad, like Chris Brown-level mad.
Reportedly Chris Brown and Drake, who have a beef that started over Rihanna, who Brown savagely beat three years ago, got into a fight that was sort-of captured in the video below. (It's hard to tell what happened because the action's so far away from the camera.)
At any rate, security from both sides were involved and Tony Parker, the San Antonio Spurs star, almost lost his basketball life from flying glass and other injuries he missed sustaining. In all, it was a mess.
Why is it that brothers who are rappers and hip hop artists have to get into this kind of trouble rather than doing something positive. I for one am tired of this noise, even as it draws attention.
Something I am not tired of is hearing about how well Tiger Woods is doing. He's at the 2012 U.S. Open at The Olympic Club as I write this, and after being back four strokes on Thursday, has taken the lead today, Friday. Let's see if he can sustain that and win; I hope so.
Another winner is in Cedar Rapids Iowa. That person won $241 million in the latest Powerball contest - trouble is we don't as of this writing know who won.
Another big winner that hit Google Trends was the SF Giants pitcher Matt Cain, congrats, again, to Mr. Cain.
But someone not a big winner was Kevin Durant. The star of The Oklahoma City Thunder was fouled by Le Bron James, but because it was away from the refs, it wasn't called; had it been, KD would have went to the line with the chance to tie the NBA Finals Game 2 at OKC. Now, some in the media are pointing to this no-call as the difference; it's not. The difference is that OKC spent the entire game trying to overcome an 18-2 deficit at the start. Give The Miami Heat credit, they won - barely at 100 to 96, but they won. Game 3 on Sunday.
Saturday, May 12, 2012
While in New York to cover the 2012 NFL Draft, I took an impromptu walk through the heart of Times Square. The video shares my unique experience.
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Thursday, March 22, 2012
Sex, Orgasm, Fetish Promoted By British Government...To Kids?!!! -- It's hard to argue that "an orgasm a day keeps the doctor away", but is it something we should tell our kids? Well that's what the National Health Service in the UK was doing in 2009 according to the Times Online. What vexes me is why tell kids this and not adults? Moreover, why can't the U.S surgeon general say that to adults in America? Heck, how many teens have seen the video "Woman Orgasms 300 Times a Day"?