YouTwitFace Oh, Conan.

Posted by Kareem Mansor | Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Youtube, Twitter, and facebook will combine to create: YouTwitFace. Sounds funny.

Conan's prediction for the Year 3000 : "In the year 3000, youtube, twitter, and facebook will merge into one giant time wasting website: youtwitface." Oh, Conan.


Ortega Henderson was dead

Posted by Kareem Mansor | Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Ortega Henderson, 25, died after being shot, according to reports. Kyjuan Cleveland, a friend of Ortega Henderson’s, said that the rapper was shot May 16 in Wellston, Mo. Ortega Henderson, described as a promising rap artist who was trying to flee the streets to pursue his rapping dream, succumbed to his injuries at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis.

“He got mixed up in the streets, but he was so talented, we thought we could pull him out of it. He was on the right path for a minute, but times are hard and he started getting around the wrong people.”

Ortega Henderson, who was a member of rap group Da Camp, was in the midst of working on their new album when the shooting took place. Details of the confrontation have yet to be made clear.

Ortega Henderson was in a heap of trouble with the authorities before his demise for first-degree felony tampering with a motor vehicle, and unlawful use of a weapon charges.

A memorial was held last week. Funeral arrangements are set for Thursday in St Louis, the location not announced to press.



Two months ago headlines were claiming that Lifetime movie co-stars LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian were carrying on a steamy affair. Although Eddie Cibrian and Rimes denied reports at the time, Eddie Cibrian’s wife Brandi Glanville is telling a different story.

Since news of her alleged affair with co-star Eddie Cibrian, LeAnn Rimes has been labeled everything from a cheater to a home wrecker. But now, Eddie Cibrian’s wife has given her a new title – stalker.

“LeAnn is a stalker,” Eddie Cibrian's wife said. “She refuses to leave us alone – it is shameful and scary. People are going to say it takes two to tango and I get that, but at some point LeAnn needs to stop asking him to dance.

Brandi Glanville says that even though Eddie Cibrian changed his phone number to end Rimes' "constant texting and calling," the finger-sucking country singer/actress then tracked him down at an LA Lakers game last month.

Eddie Cibrian got two children with Brandi Glanville says she is happy and will fight for what she has. Calling LeAnn’s behavior “disgusting”, Brandi Glanville believes that the singer is doing this to get back into the spotlight.

LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian met on the set of a Lifetime movie. During that time, a security camera caught them out on a romantic date. In the video, Rimes is seen sucking on her co-star's finger. Eddie Cibrian said the alleged "affair" was merely a publicity stunt.


Princeton Gunman

Posted by Kareem Mansor | Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Princeton University's Public Safety Department says there's no gunman on the Ivy League campus.

The school's Web site and alert system advised people around 11 a.m. to stay inside after a report of a male with what appeared to be a handgun near Dod Hall dormitory.

But it turned out to be one of those nut-on-campus-with-toy-gun things instead. Police and security guards received the call about a gunman near Dod Hall around 11 a.m. and set up barricades in response; the all-clear went out not long after.

Graduation Day was Monday (Katie Couric spoke! The corpse of Woodrow Wilson spun!), so there weren't as many people on campus as there might have been a few days earlier. No idea what was up with the toy-gunman -- police have apprehended "four non-student juveniles," one of whom was toy-packing.

An all-clear was issued around 11:25 a.m. Police continue to investigate.

It was not clear how many students remained on campus because graduation took place Tuesday.


Air France Airlines: Air France Crash Update

Posted by Kareem Mansor | Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Air France Crash Update
According to authorities a crucial Air France crash data may be be lost at sea, but Brazil hopes to find the jet under the ocean sea.

Military planes and ships struggled through high seas and heavy winds Wednesday as they searched for the bobbing wreckage of an Air France jet, which in crash in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, while an investigator said the plane's black boxes may never be found.

Rescue boats from several nations were sailing toward the site to start the recovery as aviation experts tried to determine why the plane carrying 228 people from Rio de Janeiro to Paris on Sunday night ended up in the sea.

An airplane seat, a fuel slick, an orange lifevest and pieces of white debris were spotted Tuesday in the ocean about 400 miles (640 kilometers) northeast of the Fernando de Noronha islands off Brazil's northern coast.

The floating debris is spread out in two areas about 35 miles (60 kilometers) apart, not far off the flight path of Flight 447. Brazilian Defense Minister Nelson Jobim said no bodies had been found and there was no signs of life.

The French Bureau for the Investigation of Air Accidents said the black boxes would probably not be found due to insufficient information the mountainous terrain of the ocean floor, and that the wreckage could have sunk to a depth of 3,000 meters.

"I am not very optimistic that we will be able to find the flight recorders," Paul Louis Arslanian told reporters.

France has sent a research ship with two mini-submarines to the area.

The debris was discovered around 650 kilometers (390 miles) north of Brazil's Fernando de Noronha archipelago. Before losing contact, Air France Flight 447 had sent an automatic signal to airline maintenance computers from the area, indicating several technical failures.

Ten minutes later, the plane sent a burst of automatic messages, indicating the autopilot had disengaged, the "fly-by-wire" computer system had been switched to alternative power, and controls needed to keep the plane stable had been damaged. An alarm also sounded, indicating the deterioration of flight systems, according to the report.

Three minutes after that, more automatic messages indicated the failure of two other fundamental systems pilots use to monitor air speed, altitude and direction. Then, a cascade of other electrical failures in systems that control the main flight computer and wing spoilers.
Air France Crash