Moments ago, a judge in Seminole County granted George Zimmerman a new bond for the 2nd time. The new bond is for $1 million which will require Zimmerman to pay $100,000 to walk out of jail as early as today.

According to the Orlando Sentinel, the judge imposed new conditions on Zimmerman’s bond. Zimmerman can’t have a bank account (but his wife can), he can’t open a new bank account, he must wear a GPS monitor, and he has 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew.

Zimmerman has collected over $300,000 in public donations. That gives him $200,000 to live “a good life,” as he was overheard telling his wife Sheliie during a recorded jailhouse phone call in April.

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New York State Senator Marty Golden (R) has canceled a planned event to teach women how to present a more feminine appearance in the workplace.

The event called Posture Deportment and Feminine Presence was part of a Summer series on career development focusing on “business etiquette” and “social protocol skills.”

But critics chose to zoom in on Golden’s plan to teach women how to act like ladies.

The media sparked a furor among feminists by calling attention to Senator Golden’s plan to teach women “the art of feminine presence,” including tips on how to “sit, stand and walk like a model” and “walk up and down a stair” and shake hands more elegantly.

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This is great news for women who have been unable to conceive babies. A new technique to remove slices of ovary, freeze it and transplant it back into women years later may put an end to infertility and the miserable symptoms of menopause.

28 babies have been born worldwide to formerly infertile patients who either had their own ovarian tissue transplanted or they received ovarian transplants from a twin sister.

Most of the children were conceived naturally without the need for IVF or drugs, according to UK’s Daily Telegraph.

Women who are past their child bearing years will also be able to conceive naturally well into their 80s.

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The fake made-for-TV wedding between reality show characters Chad Ochocinco and Evelyn Lozada is over. The two supposedly tied the knot despite the fact that no one can find a public marriage certificate on file in Miami or anywhere else.

Only the media (and slow folk) believe Evelyn and Chad are married. The rest of us know that the “marriage” is nothing but a publicity stunt to promote their upcmoing reality show.

VH1 all but confirmed it:

Yup, today, Ochocinco married Evelyn, and while we’ll certainly have more pictures and footage of that when their show airs in September

Ochocinco live-tweeted the wedding (as per his VH1 contract agreement) — which is something we would expect from a self-absorbed attention seeker.

Actress Nia Long is tired of reading blog comments about her marriage status. The Hollywood starlet is jaded by the dopamine-fueled “whirlwind” relationships that often ends in divorce.

“Marriage is not a priority for me. I’m not saying I’ll never do it; It’s just not where we are as a family,” Long, 41, reveals in the August issue of Essence.

“I’ll be at home with my man, having a perfectly loving time, and I’ll see all these comments on some site about how wrong I am for not being married,” she says. “I don’t feel less loved or less loving because I’m not married.”

Admitting she has “never seen a marriage work,” Long is in a different place than most younger women who rely on their emotional “feelings” to dictate their relationships with men.

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George Zimmerman will cool his heels in jail for 2 more days. Circuit Judge Kenneth Lester Jr. will rule on Thursday whether Zimmerman will be released on bond for a 2nd time.

Zimmerman is being held without bond on a 2nd degree murder charge in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

Judge Lester said he was drafting the bond order at the close of his afternoon court session, the Orlando Sentinel reports. The judge made his announcement to a nearly empty courtroom Tuesday.

The Seminole County courthouse is closed Wednesday due to the 4th of July holiday.

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    Katie Holmes was a young actress with stars in her eyes when she met dashingly handsome actor Tom Cruise. Shortly after Holmes and Cruise started dating, Holmes joined Cruise’s controversial religious cult, the Church of Scientology.

    But Holmes, then 26, had no idea how obsessively controlling Cruise would become. Cruise’s oppressive control over every aspect of Katie’s life reportedly led to their breakup.

    According to gossip website, Holmes, 33, is not likely to challenge Cruise’s iron-clad pre-nuptial agreement.

    “She’s not about the money. She’s not that girl. She loves to work,” a source tells TMZ. The source added, “She makes plenty on her own.”

    TMZ reports that Holmes probably won’t walk away with $15-$20 million as was rumored. But she will seek child custody for the couple’s 6-year-old daughter, Suri.

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