The former president's daughter Malia Obama was spotted leaving work and strolling around the Tribeca neighborhood on Monday. The 18-year-old was dressed casually in a denim jacket, blue jeans and high top Chuck Taylor All Star sneakers. Her long, thick hair (accentuated by extension in the back) was pulled back in a ponytail. Malia's father, former President Barack Obama, is on a self-imposed exile on the French Polynesia island of Tahiti. There's a rumor that he will travel to Germany next month. No word on whether he will return to the U.S. to face the music in the growing surveillance scandal.
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Unlike androgynous realty TV star Joseline Hernandez, University of Kentucky standout Anthony Davis has thick skin.
From the time he set foot on the UK campus, his teammates prevailed upon him to shave his unibrow. But Davis took the taunts in stride.
To the 19-year-old future NBA star his unibrow was his trademark -- and now he's making it official.
Davis, who is expected to be the top pick of the Hornets in Thursday's NBA draft, plans to trademark the phrases "Raise the Brow" and "Fear the Brow" -- in reference to his uniquely fused eyebrows.
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Man, that Kabbalah Center must be some cool place for kids. I've never seen children so happy to be attending a meeting at a radical religious organization. When I was a kid my mom took my brothers and I to a church ran by the Salvation Army in the Bronx, NY.
Talk about oppression.
The rigid nuns who ran the church considered logical reasoning and free thinking to be tools of the devil. Within no time I was booted out of Sunday school and asked never to return. My mom eventually found a new church home for us where questions were encouraged in Sunday school.
Maybe Kabbalah is the same way. They're doing something right in there 'cause Madonna's kids look downright giddy - like they're going to Disney World. I wonder how much of Madonna's finances is tied up in the Kabbalah. Can anyone just walk in off the street and attend whether they have money or not?
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