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October 18, 2010NewsComments

Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar create a scene on "The View;" T.I. proves that saving a life means nothing for saving your own; and the FDA may allow fake salmon to enter your body.  Things get dirty after the jump.

"The View" Ladies Have Had It Up To Here


When it comes to debates "The View," co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar don't play.  During their screaming match with Bill O'Reilly they walked off the stage when Bill stated "Muslims killed us on 9/11."  Now I agree with the ladies that Bill was quite tactless with his remarks but isn't the point of "The View" for people to share their views in an open space and debate like adults?  With that said, as the commenter below notes it takes only one word for Joy to get riled up.

"I wish O'Reilly had said the name "Bush" so we coulda seen Joys head explode."

Source: www.tmz.com

Commenter:  Mikey

T.I. Heads Back to Home Prison


T.I. may have helped save a suicidal man's life this week but in the yes of the law that means nothing.  After being arrested last month on felony possession of a controlled substance while on probation for a 2009 federal gun possession conviction T.I. is going back to jail for 11 months.  Now I'm not one for judging folks since we all fall down and make mistakes, but the commenter below makes her judgment call quite funny.

"And the dumb ass award of 2010 goes to DRUMROLL.......Tip Harris aka T.I. aka "please send me back to the booty smellin' big house so massah can tell me what to do all day and monitor my every move because freedom on the outside, being with my family and making millions just isn't for real G's real G's do real time twice in one year"....LOL....."

Source: www.theybf.com

Commenter: claudette

Something Smells Fishy Around Here


Put down those salmon cakes and read this post right here, right now!  The U.S Food & Drug Administration (FDA) is considering allowing genetically engineered salmon into the marketplace for human consumption.  Of course there are concerns about the safety of such salmon and their effect on the environment, especially on the wildlife if the salmon is released into the wild.  As of posting there was only one comment on this post at discovery.com but this one comment says it all.

"In addition to the possibility of these genes escaping into the wild, I think one of my biggest concerns is about the healthfulness of eating the fish. Farmed salmon have many disadvantages in this arena over the wild fish. If they grow so fast and so big, are they fattier? Are those fats in the same balance of the omega-3s we are supposed to be getting from salmon? Are they full of PCBs? If these salmon are successful in the marketplace, will I even be able to buy wild salmon anymore? (That is already a problem!)"

Source: www.blogs.discovery.com

Commenter:  Amanda

 

October 18, 2010NewsComments