George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watchman who shot an unarmed teenager in Sanford, Florida, no longer has a web presence.
Zimmerman's website, which was used to solicit money to pay his living expenses and legal bills, has been taken down.
Trayvon Martin supporters were angered by Zimmerman's lack of remorse for Trayvon on the website. Instead, Zimmerman posted pictures of racist graffiti, and whined about his inability to get a job due to death threats.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, a spokesman for Zimmerman's attorney Mark O'Mara said Wednesday the website was taken down intentionally, and that people should not look for it to come back.
R&B crooner Usher was snapped leaving a restaurant in NYC today. Meanwhile, singer Christina Milian was spotted at Star magazine's All Hollywood party Tuesday night at AV Nightclub. Wouldn't Usher and Christina Milian make a perfect couple? They both think very highly of themselves, and they both share the same feminine characteristics. Is Usher still with that older woman, Grace Miguel?
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I was 5-years-old when I first started drawing in correct perspective. Adults and children were amazed. They asked me how I did it. As a little kid, with my limited vocabulary, all I could muster was "I just draw what I see." It seemed strange to me that people couldn't just draw what they saw, too.
The Huffington Post has an article that strives to explain why some people can draw and most people can't.
It seems that realistic drawing ability hinges on three factors: how a person perceives reality, how well he or she remembers visual information from one moment to the next, and which elements of an object he or she selects to actually draw.
In reality, the reason most people can't draw is because they can't see in perspective. That part of the brain that allows people to see in proper perspective just didn't develop in most baby's brains in the womb. For instance, take a look at this Photoshopped picture of rap mogul Jay Z and a cat.
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This is getting ridiculous. Just when we thought the recent arrests of weave thieves meant the weave stealing spree in Atlanta was over -- they strike again.
WSBTV reports that brazen hair weave robbers stole a U-Haul truck, and used it to crash through the storefront of J&J Beauty Supply store on Sylvan Road early Wednesday morning.
After crashing through the window, the thieves abandoned the truck and made a beeline for the high priced weave before fleeing in a second vehicle.
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While President Barack Obama is making nightly appearances on TV talk shows, Republican candidate Mitt Romney is sweeping primaries and topping him in the polls.
Romney swept all five Republican primaries being contested Tuesday to secure the Republican nomination. Only Obama stands between him and the White House.
"The last few years have been the best that Barack Obama can do," Romney said, "but it's not the best America can do. Tonight is the beginning of the end of the disappointments of the Obama years, and it's the start of a new and better chapter that we will write together."
Vote responsibly at the polls this November, kids. Watch President Obama slow jam the news on Jimmy Fallon after the break.
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After performing at TIME Magazine's insufferably boring 100 Most Influential people gala, Rihanna was spotted arriving back at her hotel wearing a cute lingerie outfit with a big red bow. The paparazzi informed RiRi that People magazine named Beyonce Most Beautiful Woman -- and Rihanna laughed out loud at that one.
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When a loyal reader told me that saloon singer Beyonce was named People magazine's Most Beautiful Woman, I thought it was a joke.
I guess Gabrielle Union was too black for People magazine?
"I feel more beautiful than I've ever felt because I've given birth," says PEOPLE's 2012 World's Most Beautiful Woman. "I have never felt so connected, never felt like I had such a purpose on this earth."
"The best thing about having a daughter is having a true legacy," she adds. "The word 'love' means something completely different now." Source
But even more interesting than People considering Beyonce more beautiful than Gabrielle, is the fact that Beyonce has apparently banned attention whore Kim Kardashian from her inner circle.
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Comedian/actor Martin Lawrence has lost his trophy wife.
According to People.com, Lawrence and his wife Shamicka have decided to end their marriage.
"Martin and Shamicka Lawrence have decided to divorce," a rep for the Big Momma's House star, 47, tells PEOPLE. "The couple has made the joint decision to part ways."
Not surprisingly, the two were together for 15 years before they finally tied the knot in 2010.
I would say that Shamicka followed Kim Porter's "Guide for Jump Offs and Gold Diggers" to a tee, but this is no time for jokes.
"Out of love and respect for one another we will continue to remain friends and raise our two beautiful daughters together," the couple said in a joint statement released to PEOPLE by his rep.
As soon as insecure black men get a little paper and fame, they find themselves a gold digger/trophy wife to impress the other insecure black men in their circles. But marriages built on insecurity (and gold digging) never last long.
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From Washington Times:
Former Dallas Cowboys star Deion Sanders has been charged with misdemeanor simple assault in the wake of an altercation with his estranged wife that got her arrested at their mansion in suburban Dallas.
Police said late Tuesday that further investigation led to citations against both Deion and Pilar Sanders, who still live together in Prosper.
Police say the charge doesn’t warrant arrest. A police spokesman wouldn’t detail the allegations, but says simple assault could be as simple as touching or jerking from a grip.
A message left with Sanders‘ attorney wasn’t immediately returned.
Rihanna, 24, was seen heading out of her hotel wearing a fuschia dress on her way to attend the Time 100 gala in NYC tonight. Rihanna was named one of Time's 100 most influential people, despite the fact that she smokes marijuana trees, and drinks and cusses like a sailor. Clearly the Time editors don't count character or morals when they pick their honorees.
Rihanna's mother flew in from Barbados to attend the gala with her troubled daughter.
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