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Source: The Superficial

Jessica Alba is back. Life after pregnancy

Sorry jiajie…beat you yo it…

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i was utterly disgusted when I read that Britney Spear’s little sister is pregnant at the tender age of 16. WTF right? Forget abt Jessica Alba being pregnant. This one is really f-up! How many bastards are there going to be in Hollywood? “Western” society being perpetuated as first world? oh please. Get your own house in order before you help your neighbors.

http://thesuperficial.com/2007/12/britney_spears_little_sister_i.php

http://thesuperficial.com/2007/12/jessica_alba_is_pregnant.php

Winter storm hits the American Northeast COLUMBIA (Connecticut) – A WINTER storm responsible for deaths in the Midwest blasted the Northeast on Thursday, dumping snow and sleet and clogging some of the United States’ most heavily travelled highways. Some parts of the Northeast could receive up to 0.3 metres of snow. Schools, businesses and government agencies in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Connecticut closed early.

The resulting exodus choked highways and streets. Authorities reported hundreds of mostly minor accidents throughout the region.

Some vehicles were stranded along roadways, preventing plows from getting through.

Traffic also slowed at airports in the Northeast.

There were delays up to three hours for arriving flights at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, where more than 200 flights had been cancelled by late afternoon, officials said.

Elsewhere, Boston’s Logan International reported more than 100 flights cancelled. No major problems were reported at New York’s airports; some airlines allowed passengers to reschedule their flights for free.

The storm was blamed for 35 deaths, mostly in traffic accidents, since it developed last weekend.

In Oklahoma, about 342,000 homes and businesses still were without power on Thursday, officials said. In Missouri, about 31,900 customers remained in the dark, said Mr Al Butkus, spokesman for utility Aquila.

In the Northeast, state police said portions of several highways had to be closed for a time in part because motorists abandoned their vehicles in the travel lanes.

Along the shoreline in Milford, Connecticut, sleet and hail turned the roads to sheets of ice.

In Rhode Island, two dozen school districts closed early, as did companies and state agencies in Providence. The workers’ exodus and the snow choked streets in the capital city.

Meanwhile, on Thursday, crews in the Plains and Midwest worked to restore power to hundreds of thousands of people left in the dark in the storm’s ice-coated wake.

Sunshine and milder temperatures on Thursday should help cleanup efforts in much of the Plains, but another winter storm approaching from the west could dump heavy snow on parts of Oklahoma on Friday. — AP

Miss China wins Miss World 2007

The audience in the 2,000-capacity Beauty Crown Theatre, specially built for when Sanya first hosted the event in 2003, roared in delight as Zhang was crowned the winner. — PHOTO: REUTERS

SANYA (China) – Pre-contest favourite Miss China won the Miss World 2007 title in her own country late on Saturday, much to the delight of the audience, in front of an estimated two billion viewers around the globe. Twenty-three-year-old Zhang Zilin was crowned the winner in Sanya, China. Miss Angola came second and Miss Mexico third at the beauty pageant, held on the southern holiday island of Hainan, dubbed China’s answer to Hawaii.

Two billion people in 200 countries were expected to tune in to watch the show, which saw Miss China take the crown ahead of 105 of the world’s most beautiful and talented women.

The audience in the 2,000-capacity Beauty Crown Theatre, specially built for when Sanya first hosted the event in 2003, roared in delight as Zhang was crowned the winner.

The secretary from Beijing was the pre-contest favourite with British bookmakers, along with Miss Dominican Republic.

At 182 centimetres, Miss China was also the tallest contestant.

‘There are 1.3 billion people behind me,’ Miss China said during the 40-second interview stage of the contest, referring to her country’s population.

‘If I win I want to become a link between the Olympic Games (in Beijing next year) and the Miss World Organisation.’

‘I want to use the power and beauty of Miss World to support those in need,’ she said, speaking throughout in hesitant English, adding a few words in Chinese. — AFP

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