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Do you want Big Gas Savings? A follow up to their hilarious "Ship My Pants" commerical, K-Mart has debuted another ad that has gone viral!
To watch the commercial click here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1yir-p68xM
Brad Pitt refuses to play in sexy scenes with other actresses besides Angelina Jolie and has taken this decision out of respect for his life partner, a good friend of the star says.
Brad Pitt made this decision by himself, says the same source in an Esquire magazine interview.
In an interview with the new US June/July issue of Esquire magazine – made before Angelina Jolie publicly announced that she suffered a double mastectomy – the actor spoke with great candor and tenderness about his family life.
Frank Pollaro, a close friend of Hollywood star, told Esquire that Brad Pitt decided to avoid sexy scenes with other actresses because he is very in love with Angelina Jolie.
‘This is a guy who has tried not to do any sexy scenes with other women since he’s met Angelina. He’s crazy about her, and she’s the same way about him.’
The average woman spends $1,211 on her wedding dress, according to a survey of 20,000 brides from the Knot. In fact, the average cost of a wedding is the highest it's been in years at $28,427. With sites like Pinterest providing opulent inspiration and an increased focus on celebrity wedding style, it's no wonder that ladies are spending so much, but sometimes our budgets don't match our dreams. Thankfully big brands are eager to fill our needs and this market void with gorgeous looks for less.
Many mass retailers have jumped on the bridal bandwagon in recent years, from J.Crew to Urban Outfitters to Costco. Vera Wang's collection for David's Bridal has also been a big hit. Now Target is the latest big-box store to offer wedding gowns, with dresses ranging from $99.99 to $129.99. So the next time you're picking up flip-flops, detergent, and cat litter you can also buy your wedding dress! Last-minute brides with shotgun weddings: Yes, you can even buy them online.
Target's four new bridal gowns are by Tevolio, whose name is inspired by the Italian phrase "Ti voglio" which loosely translates as "I love you." The satin styles come in porcelain white or antique ivory and a wide range of sizes, from 2 to 28. A soft cowl-neck option and basic strapless gown sell for $99.99, while a cap-sleeve style and ruched gown with a wrap neckline cost $129.99. Also in the Tevolio bridal collection for Target are 10 bridesmaid gowns, which sell for $69.99 and come in a wide variety of colors, and two flower girl options, starting at $24.99. (We also spotted some precious teeny-tiny tuxes for ring bearers available for $40.) Less formal brides may opt for the more affordable and still lovely bridesmaid gowns in white, as they are available with both long and short hemlines.
The company on Tuesday introduced the new version of its Xbox video game console. The Xbox has been one of Microsoft’s few undeniable consumer hits of the last decade, a product that was not just a credible entry into the games business but also a sign of the innovation possible at a company that is rarely seen as an inventive thinker.
“I think of Xbox as the accidental success out of Microsoft,” said James McQuivey, an analyst at Forrester Research, who added that the connection Microsoft has formed with the players of its current Xbox is “much deeper than any relationship Microsoft has ever achieved before.”
The new console, the Xbox One, will enter a market very different from the one its predecessor, the Xbox 360, entered nearly eight years ago, when there was no iPad, smartphones had keyboards and mobile gaming devices were primitive at best.
When a massive natural disaster happens, the toll it takes on the lives of those affected is immeasurable.
The response teams that rocket towards the scene of the devastation is amazing. Big corporations such as Tide and Duracell provide the simple services we take for granted such as getting clean laundry or charging a phone. Church groups drive in from far away to create 'rolling BBQ's' that distribute food and water to anyone that needs it. The Red Cross will roam neighborhoods in food trucks distributing meals. Animal rescue organizations rush in to help save displaced/injured animals and get them back to their owners. Neighbors will pitch in by offering rooms to stay in, helping sort through debris, lend tools, and help with simple necessities such as baby cribs or diapers.
Eventually, the cameras will leave, the volunteers return to their lives and the town will spend years rebuilding.
The single biggest thing YOU can do to help is donate money to help them in both the short and long term recovery and rebuilding.
Here are several ways you can donate:
The American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund:
The Red Cross is on the scene to focus on meeting storm victim's immediate needs, such as food, shelter, health/emotional health assistance. They also feed emergency workers and volunteers as well as handling blood donations and distribution.
To Donate directly to Disaster Relief: Click Here to donate any amount, or Text "REDCROSS" to 90999 to automatically donate $10.
The Salvation Army Disaster Response Unit:
The Salvation Army will be providing thousands of free meals a day to Tornado affected areas as well as assisting with other needs of storm victims.
To Donate directly to Disaster Relief: Click Here to donate any amount, or Text "STORM" to 80888 to automatically donate $10
This local organization says donations will "go straight to help those in need providing tree removal services, laundry services and meals to victims of disasters."
To Donate directly to Disaster Relief: Click Here
New research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that more pools are contaminated with poop. Researchers say they found the genetic material from E. coli bacteria in 58-percent of public pools they tested during the summer of 2012. Researchers say the fecal material in pools comes from swimmers not showering before getting into the water, and from incidents of defecation in pools. Michele Hlavsa, chief of the CDCs Healthy Swimming Program says, "Chlorine and other disinfectants don't kill germs instantly. It's important that swimmers shower before getting in a pool, not swallow the water they swim in, and avoid swimming if they have diarrhea." (Fox News)
A new study finds that the color of your bedroom matters when it comes to sleep quality. The research was done by Travelodge, and found that those who sleep in rooms colored yellow, blue, or green get the best night's sleep. The hotel chain investigated two-thousand homes across the UK to find out which colors were equated with great sleep. Those who slept in bedrooms colored purple were found to sleep the worst. Study authors say this may happens because purple is a very mentally stimulating color. Other bad-sleep colors included gray and brown. One sleep expert says, "This is an amazing result, as there are specialized receptors called ganglion cells in the retina part of our eyes, which are more sensitive to the color blue." He explains the ganglion cells feed information to the brain in the area that controls our internal clocks and affects how we perform and feel during the da