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Teen Mom’s BF — Can I Drop ‘No Contact’ Order?

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Amber Portwood 's baby daddy Gary Shirley is "interested" in getting Amber's "no contact order" dismissed ... and he's already reached out to the court to make it happen ... TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell us Gary called court officials… Read more

FBI Contacted Over Threats to Lindsay Lohan

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TMZ has learned ... the FBI is now in possession of threatening and harassing messages sent to Lindsay Lohan and other members of her family. As we first reported, Lindsay has been receiving a variety of ominous messages ... some of which her people… Read more

Capri Anderson’s Lawyer Contacts Sheen’s Attorney

Filed under: Charlie Sheen, Capri Anderson, Celebrity Justice

TMZ has learned ... Capri Anderson 's lawyer has already contacted Charlie Sheen 's attorney who specializes in settling messy situations with celebrities -- but Capri's attorney got an icy response. Sources connected with Capri Anderson , aka Christina… Read more

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11 Baby Names Inspired By Famous Cowboys

From the famous Westerns of the '30s, '50s and '60s to the real life Western heroes, there are many sources of inspiration for cowboy-themed baby names. But beyond the Texes and Slims and Dallases and Bucks, here are some of the most usable and cowboyish of the cowboy names.

Bret, Bart, Brent, Beau

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From 1957 to 1962 "Maverick" was must-see TV starring James Garner as Bret Maverick, who had brothers named Bart and Brent and a cousin named Beau (a pre-James Bond Roger Moore). These short B-names got into the zeitgeist; and in the 21st century surname Maverick took off as a first.

Cheyenne

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Cheyenne was one of many western place names (Laredo, Dallas, Nevada, Austin) used for characters; this was an eponymous black-and-white TV show that ran from 1955 to 1963, the first hour-long western. It starred Clint Walker as Cheyenne Bodie and featured many stars that went on to stardom, from Ron Howard to Dennis Hopper to Ellen Burstyn.

Clay

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Clay just may be the name featured in the most media cowboy shows -- I’ve counted at least six leading characters. Probably the most prominent was heartthrob Errol Flynn as Clay Hardin in the 1955 feature film "San Antonio." Colt is another similar choice.

Cody

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In the early 60s series "Stoney Burke," there was a character named Cody Bristol -- who gave the name a decided western drawl. Stoney was played by Jack Lord, who went on to star in "Hawaii Five-0." Also in the cast lists were Dick Clark, James Coburn, Bruce Dern, Ed Asner and Leonard Nimoy.

Flint

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"Wagon Train" ranked as the top TV show of the 1961-62 season, perhaps helped by having characters with such flinty names as Flint, Cooper (rare then), Barnaby and Duke. Guest stars included Bette Davis, Charles Laughton, Peter Lorre, Mickey Rooney -- and Ronald Reagan in one of his final acting roles.

Jeb, Jed, Zeb, Zed

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There was a stampede of these names (sometimes used in full, as in Zebulon and Jedediah) all over the cactus-strewn filmic landscape, including Clint Eastwood as Marshal Jed Cooper in the 1968 "Hang ‘em High."

Jethro

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Henry Fonda played a Jethro in the star-studded 1962 "How the West was Won," which also included a Zebulon, a Zeb and a Jeb. Jethro would later take on more of a "Beverly Hillbillies" image.

Quint

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The young Burt Reynolds played what was referred to as a "halfbreed" character named Quint Asper in the iconic Western series "Gunsmoke" for three years starting in 1962. Probably no coincidence that he named his only son Quinton.

Reno

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Reno Smith was a leading character in the 1955 feature film "Bad Day at Black Rock" and there were other Renos in flicks with titles like "Colorado Territory" and TV’s "The High Chaparral."

Shane

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This Irish name became a cowboy standard via the memorable Western novel, movie and TV series with that title. The 1953 film, starring Alan Ladd, was ranked as Number 3 on the American Film Institute’s Top 10 Westerns list.

Wyatt

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One of the archetypal cowboy names because of the real-life Tombstone, Arizona lawman and gambler Wyatt Earp, the subject of countless movies and the TV series "The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp," the first Western series aimed towards adults. In 1969 Peter Fonda played the biker cowboy named Wyatt in "Easy Rider."



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Dave Grohl’s Childhood Fan Letter Proves He Was Always A Rock Star

When Dave Grohl sings about his heroes being ordinary, you know he's telling the truth, because that's exactly how he treats them.

While most fans would freak out and gush when writing to their childhood idol, 14-year-old Grohl was all about business. In a fan letter unearthed by his childhood hero, Ian MacKaye (Minor Threat, Fugazi), the Foo Fighter's frontman did about the most rock star thing ever and just asked for contacts in the music industry:




If that wasn't enough, he also specified the time of day MacKaye could contact him, between the hours of 3 and 10 p.m., please.

If you're wondering why MacKaye would still hold on to a fan letter from years ago, it's probably because, like Grohl, he has a history of being awesome. After news of the letter hit Reddit, fans wrote how MacKaye responded to fan letters, hung out with them before shows and even made himself available for an interview for a college research paper.

As 14-year-old Dave Grohl would say, "Good thrash!"

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Driver Goes on Deadly Rampage After Trace Adkins Concert

One man is dead and at least two more are injured after a food vendor in eastern Tennessee drove his Toyota 4-Runner into the crowd following a Trace Adkins concert this past weekend.

The Saturday evening show was held at Trails End Campground, a popular spot for hunters and off-road ATV drivers in Huntsville, Tennessee. Hometown hero Anthony Smith, who'd written the hit title track for Adkins' fourth album, Chrome, nearly 15 years prior, kicked off the evening, with Adkins taking the stage later that night. The concert doubled as the grand finale of the campgrounds' first-annual Full Throttle Festival, a daylong event catering to ATV enthusiasts. Adkins had completed his performance and was already offstage for nearly an hour before the trouble began, according to his spokesperson.

Following a fight, 42-year-old food vendor Billy Jason Carson, who was reportedly intoxicated, left the concert area and retrieved his SUV, which he drove back toward the crowd. He threatened people with a gun and also spun his truck in circles, hitting two additional vehicles before running over four men. According to local station WBIR, Tony Farrell, a monster truck driver based in North Vernon, Indiana, died at the scene, while two others — including Farrell's son — were airlifted to a nearby hospital at the University of Tennessee.

Concert security officials detained Carson, who was taken to the Scott County Justice Center and charged with criminal homicide and reckless endangerment. Originally held on a $500,000 bond, he was released Wednesday afternoon after posting a reduced $50,000 bond. While the court waits for his toxicology reports, Carson is prohibited to enter Scott County, leave the state of Tennessee or have contact with Farrell's family. His next preliminary hearing is scheduled for the morning of August 6th.

While Farrell's death is the first reported homicide at a Trails End Campground event, it's one of several deaths to occur during recent country shows. Last year, a man died after hitting his head on the concourse at a Hanks Williams Jr. concert in Michigan, while two people suffered unrelated deaths at a pair of Jason Aldean shows that same summer.

Trooper Who Did Not Report Duggar Abuse Listed ‘Kinki Kids’ As Online Interest

The Arkansas state trooper who reportedly gave the young Josh Duggar a “very stern talk” once had a Yahoo profile in which he detailed his own sexual interest in children, according to a 2009 court document.

The Pulaski County, Arkansas, “risk assessment” document, which is publicly available online and was posted by Jezebel on Wednesday, detailed the criminal history of the former officer, Joe Hutchens, who is now serving a 56-year sentence on child porn charges.

When Hutchens was still working as a trooper in 2006, Jim Bob Duggar approached him with the information that the teenaged Josh had sexually molested someone, according to a police report obtained by InTouch. Josh had, in fact, "forcibly fondled" five underage girls, some of whom were his sisters. Hutchens did not officially report the teen’s actions but instead gave him a “very stern talk,” the report said.

Hutchens now claims that the elder Duggar did not tell him the whole story. In a prison interview reported by InTouch, Hutchens said that both Jim Bob and Josh told him that Josh had molested only one victim.

Hutchens added that he regrets his actions (or lack thereof). “I did what I thought was right and obviously it wasn’t,” he said. “If I had to do it over again, I would have told him immediately I am going to call the hotline and contacted the trooper that worked those cases and have a full report made. I thought I could handle it myself."

The year after his meeting with Josh Duggar, Hutchens pleaded guilty to eight counts of possessing child pornography after authorities searching his home computer found multiple images of “prepubescent children” being sexually abused, according to the Pulaski County document.

The document states that Hutchens’ Yahoo profile username was “dadsluv2002” and that his profile listed such interests as “Kinki Kids,” “Child Play series,” “Strangers with Candy,” “Puberty” and “Preschools.” The report also states that between 2004 and 2005, Hutchens “spent considerable time on his computer viewing child porn.”

Hutchens was initially sentenced to five years in prison, but by early 2010 he had been released on a suspended-sentence agreement. In March 2010, he was arrested again on child pornography charges. This time he wound up pleading no contest to 10 counts of distributing, possessing or viewing child pornography, the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette reported, and was sentenced to 56 years behind bars.

Though Jim Bob Duggar reportedly knew as early as 2002 that his son had assaulted a girl, he did not contact Hutchens until 2006. Prior to that, he had sent Josh to counseling at a Bible-based facility whose affiliated homeschooling program has been criticized for its “horrific” teachings about sexual abuse.

The Duggar family went on to star in the TLC reality show “19 Kids and Counting” -- originally known as “17 Kids and Counting” -- beginning in 2008.

Josh Duggar, who is now 27, apologized for his actions in a public Facebook post last Thursday. TLC pulled “19 Kids and Counting” from the network’s lineup the following day.


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A Gay Woman’s Relationship Advice For Straight Women

How to Find Balance in Your Relationship

I distribute reels of advice to my friends:
  • Don't ask too many questions. I know, you want to be asked about stuff! Men don't! They want to be left to their own thoughts!

  • Don't take it all so personally, he's probably not even thinking about you.

  • His silence is reparative; don't project just because your silence is punitive. He's not thinking about you -- or if he is, he doesn't want to talk about it because his bad feelings will evaporate if you don't try to dig into his brain. So just avoid it and lie low.

  • Compliment him, or better yet, blow him.

  • Don't pout when he doesn't want to French kiss you. That's for birthdays and anniversaries, or when you're both a little drunk and can pretend to be kissing somebody else.

  • If he's at home, don't bug him about work, don't nag him about stuff he hasn't accomplished, don't compare him; just accept him as less complicated.

  • And stop processing and taking personally what he doesn't say.


Ahh, all so true. My friends nod when hearing this type of spot-on advice. "Ah, God, you're so right about me. That is what I do. Sometimes, I make it so much worse. I'll apply this ointment to my own inflamed personality immediately." But they don't, because they can't. And that creates a balance in male-female relationships. He resents you for feeling so much, but he loves you because you feel so much, which, in turn, forces him to feel. Even if that feeling is "annoyed."

All of my extremely good advice is totally lost on me, though. When I am in a daze of hurt feelings or hormonal blasts, I can't think straight. I can't be reasoned with, even if I'm the one who ordinarily provides the reasoning. I make the same mistakes that I just warned my friends against making. And even worse, in a relationship of two women, we don't trade sex for the emotional "out" of a confrontation. I hear this from my straight friends all the time; sex becomes a form of currency. "I'm scared for my husband to see the credit card bill! I spent way too much money on a purse. I'm going to have to blow him to get out of trouble."

Wait, what? Is this normal for you people? Or, "I accidentally left the house this morning with my boyfriend's car keys in my purse, so I'm going to have to fuck him tonight." Huh? Two women in a relationship together simply don't engage in this type of sexual barter. Though I most certainly respect it and decidedly long for it, it just doesn't exist as an option. I wish to God it did. It would be so much simpler to just fuck away the bad feelings, versus having to endure a bleary-eyed marathon.

Her: "When you left the house with my car keys in your messenger bag, it felt like you didn't see me. Like I'm invisible. And then I had to spend my day correcting your mistake by Ubering to your office to get my own keys. That's because you think you've got more going on work-wise than I do, which makes me feel less-than..." Oh my God, if only there was a secret oral sex exit out of this level of hellish emotional brick breaking. But it isn't the way women are constituted.

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The Truth from an Inside Trader/Traitor
Okay, a little background about me. Who knows if I was born gay? If I was, it was obscured by the pinkity-pink of the dresses I was shoved into without a care as to my opinion. As I grew up, I kind of followed what my peers were doing, and that included exploring my sexuality with the opposite sex. Heterosexual seduction was like a very easy game; one, it seemed, boys would let you win.

As my sexuality evolved into wanting women, sexual conquest was less triumphant. Even as a female, the quest for girls was always more complicated, the thirst never as easily satisfied. Simply, women are more emotionally complicated than men. Even if you know the inner workings of a girl because you are a girl, there are no gimmes. Not unless you are the fictional Friday Night Lights character, Tim Riggins. If you are Tim Riggins, you may stop reading and continue fucking.

For this reason, my straight lady friends love to pepper me with "Is it true that..." types of questions. Like I'm the answer key, the Teacher's Edition, to what men think and feel. Like I'm willing to be an inside trader. And the truth is, I am. Sure, I like girls, but I am one first, so my allegiance is with us. I do know stuff about guys that women may want to know, because I walk fairly invisibly behind the "enemy" lines. And I am happy to share this stuff with you. Guys tell me things I really don't want to know. Didn't ask to know. Can't shake off, once I do know.

But women also ask me things they wouldn't, and couldn't, ask a man. They conjecture to me as if I'm a guy with a higher capacity for comprehension. They muse, "If you're attracted to women, do you spend a lot of time touching your own breasts?" "If you're into girls, why aren't you into me? Are you into me?" "Guys make a lot of jokes about how women smell and taste; are those rumors true? Are we gross?" All those terrible jokes men cling to because guys want to receive and not give oral sex. Those innuendos have had women throughout the ages wondering about the aromatic nature of our own genitals.

Answers: I lost interest in my own boobs a long time ago. You always want what you don't have. No, I am not attracted to most heterosexual women, because being with a woman who has never been with a woman is a little like teaching someone how to ice skate. Skating only gets fun after you're done with the lengthy initial insecurities and instruction process. You want to skate with someone who has let go and found her own balance and style. And, as for the mythology of the scent of a woman: well, if for some reason it's strong, there's generally something going on down there. In their pristine state, vaginas are delightful.

This has been excerpted from Ali Adler's How to F*ck a Woman.

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Tina Fey And Amy Poehler Action Figures Are Finally Here

Bad News: Most likely, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will never be your BFFs.

Good News: These Tina Fey and Amy Poehler action figures can be your BFFs.

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That’s right, the dynamic duo has been commemorated in crudely fashioned plastic, available at Comic Con International: San Diego in July. The action figures, created by toy company Bif Bang Pow!, depict the funny ladies in their classic SNL “Weekend Update” attire -- but that shouldn't limit the wacky adventures your dolls can have.






In case you don’t feel like making the trek to Comic Con, you can also preorder the toys directly from Entertainment Earth.


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