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Being chosen to compete for big money and prizes on the long-running game show “The Price Is Right” can be quite a hair-raising experience. At least it was for one recent contestant.
A Sacramento, California, woman named Aliaya won the chance to join host Drew Carey onstage and play one of the bigger games. As she ran up the steps, Aliaya ripped off her wig, surprising both Carey and the audience. She quickly put the wig back in place and went on to score $ 10,000.
Perish the thought, but it’s being reported that in 2009, Al Gore made an attempt to purchase Twitter:
SHOPPING: Al Gore Tried To Buy TWITTER…—
DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) October 09, 2013
Why didn’t Gore end up owning Twitter? Here’s one theory.
In an interview with CNN this week, Prince William proves he’s just like other parents – only too happy to show off his new son, George.
I felt this part of the interview (full transcript) was his best commentary:
“I think the last few weeks for me have been just a very different emotional experience. Something I never thought I would feel myself. And I find, again it’s only been a short period, but a lot of things affect me differently now.
Washington, DC (LiveActionNews) — The day I was told that my unborn son had Down syndrome was the day my entire world changed. In some ways, it was shattered. Everything I thought I knew about what I could expect from my life, my ideas about the kind of mother I was and could be, the hopes and dreams I had for my children…with one phone call, they were all erased. I was a mess, crying on the phone to my mom and my best friend, trying to understand why this had happened, or how, and what I was supposed to do now.
Federal prosecutors on Monday charged Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, with using a weapon of mass destruction to kill three during the Boston Marathon. If guilty, the accused terrorist could face the death penalty.
Law enforcement officials also released the full criminal complaint against Tsarnaev. Here are three of the most interesting things we learned from our first read of the legal complaint:
6. What about the MIT officer?
‘Call him, maybe’: Dennis Rodman continues bromance with Kim Jong Un on ‘This Week’; ‘We do the same things here’
Amanda Carpenter was not alone. “This Week” featured noted diplomat Dennis Rodman, who is back on American soil after an oppression tour in North Korea.
Back in the USA today! Mon in NYC I will tell what is true and not true of what you have heard and read. Love you all.—
Dennis Rodman (@dennisrodman) March 01, 2013
Huh. Truth is hard, though. You see, Rodman appeared on “This Week” to continue his reprehensible bromance with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.