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Courteney Cox moves on with her life with co-star Brian Van Holt. The story hit the internet a couple of days ago, but the hidden secrets are being revealed by the media about Courteney Cox and David Arquette’s split now.Courteney Cox moves on with her life with co-star Brian Van Holt. The story hit the... more
It’s an old adage that speaks volumes on what has become of the American lifestyle. A focus on overly processed foods and a mere brush with fruits and vegetables have lead to an alarming rate in obesity and the detrimental diseases linked to it like diabetes.Eating right takes some effort and here are the 10 foods that will make it worthwhile and turn on your brain.
http://www.culinaryartscollege.org/how-food-affects-your-brain-10-facts-we-now-know/It’s an old adage that speaks volumes on what has become of the American... more
Earlier today, I discovered that Denver is a city full of Brianiacs.
Ben Dorries my Current:Brooklyn colleague loves Denver more than anyone I've ever met. I interviewed him to learn more about the Brianiac community in Denver.
Brian carries a lot of weight.
Are you a Brianiac?
Everyone in Denver is.
How'd he gain this weight?
He invented an omelet.
The "Denver Omelet"?
"Brian's Famous Cheese Omelet"?
It's called an egg and cheese.
So your saying if I just walked into any diner in Denver. I can ask for an 'egg and cheese' and they'll know what im talking about?
It's called a Brian!
Do I order "the Brian"?
Nah get, steak and eggs.
Can I order "the Brian" with steaks?
UNLESS YOU'RE AT BRIANS BRIAN CAFE!!!!
Near the bus station?
Nope, south side.
Near "Brian's Friend's Cafe"?
Nope, near "Brian and Sons."
In the Brian's District?
Now it's called Lower Briansville.
When was Brian born?
Brian is always born.
Has he died?
A million times over again.
Do we all have a little brian in all of us?
NO just Denvers.
Are all Denvers Brianiacs?
Goddamn it, yes!
Thanks for the lesson.
I'm going to blog that convo?
kk.Earlier today, I discovered that Denver is a city full of Brianiacs. Ben Dorries... more
Occasionally people call things FAILs, when they aren’t really that FAIL. I look for the glimmer of goodness in everything, so this is another edition of some FAILs that I don’t think are really FAILs.
This guy worked hard every day of his life to become a VP at a huge insurance firm. The hard work paid off, and now he can impress all, y'all with this sick ride. You only call this a FAIL because you're so gosh darn jealous.
I know you're acting like everything Chris Brown does is a FAIL. But he's holding a very cute puppy, and unless that dog has rabies, is not a FAIL!
Is there a better way to teach health students the miracle of life, then by illustrating it on a cake? It's like that old saying: "all knowledge stems from Angel Food".
You read it wrong. Not only are they offering you free internet, they're also offering a free Hi-Fi stereo receiver WITH phonograph, Edison would be so proud!!!! Bring your square-dancing 78s to room 216, and we'll have such an irreverent party!
The FAIL lies in misunderstanding the sign. But I think we can sort this out. To the writers of this sign, I know by writing "no bikes" you also implied "no SUVs" but I think that the driver missed the implication. Perhaps the driver was from a low-context culture, where things need to be expressed more explicitly. Cultural sensitivity, learn it bro!
Why is this a FAIL, when you know that Google rights all of your wrongs?
Question, where are your nails? This is only raunchy if they are on your crotch. I'll give you a partial FAIL, because they call this the "grand opening" but it's been there for six months.
I guess this shows the endemic FAILs perpetrated by predatory lenders. This toddler can barely do anything without her pacifier, and she's already $38,375 in debt. Why did the financial institution give her such a huge credit limit? They knew she's ineligible to work, on account of strict US child labor laws.
Oh so sagging isn't cool anymore? C'mon sagging was awesome in junior high. By sagging below his knees, this fellow is taking us into the future of fashion.
What? Everyone in Denver loves Brian!Occasionally people call things FAILs, when they aren’t really that FAIL. I look... more
Max and Jason introduce us to Fiesta Movement Agents #18 Brian and Lauren from Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania. Brian and Lauren (who were actually part of a three person group with their friend Chris) describe the creative and unique adventures they went on in their Ford Fiesta. Brian, Lauren and all the other agents will be at the Fiesta Movement Celebration which airs right here on Current on Wednesday, December 2 at 11:30/10:30 Central.
For more information check out http://current.com/still up.Max and Jason introduce us to Fiesta Movement Agents #18 Brian and Lauren from... more
3,000 days and counting... the lonely life of Brian
His body is weak, but Brian Haw’s spirit is still willing – even after eight years of protesting
Brian Haw is definitely not a morning person. Today was the veteran activist’s 2,999th day camped out on the pavements of Parliament Square and the cantakerous 60-year-old was in no mood for small talk.
“I don’t do talk about the weather,” he grumbled, stirring a fifth spoonful of sugar into a milky cup of coffee which had just been boiled on a small gas burner behind his tent. “I hate it when people ask me all those silly questions, like ‘How’s it going? Did you sleep well?’ or ‘How long are you staying here?’ It’s meaningless.”
And he is equally nonplussed at the thought that tomorrow will mark the 3,000th day of a world-famous protest that defied an entire government and remains the most permanent symbol of free speech in a country which has suffered increasingly autocratic legislation curbing the right to free assembly.
For complete article click: http://tiny.cc/zhncS3,000 days and counting... the lonely life of Brian His body is weak, but Brian... more