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WHat%2Ba%2Bwonderful%2BLie%2B-%2BHouse%2Bmd%2Bpromo%2Bpicture%2B3Cromartie takes his hunt for John to the next level and literally builds a better mousetrap in the process.  Charlie’s wife Michelle stares holes through him as he fills up the tank at a dusty old gas station.  Cromartie slips into the jeeps and takes off with his wife while Charlie is getting sodas.  George Lazlo’s (the guy Cromartie killed and took his appearance from) movie, “Beast Wizard 7”-a direct to video Conan rip-off which is now a cult favorite since Cromartie (looking like Lazlo) killed 20 FBI agents.  Cameron is standing in the middle of the room motionless, calculating the movement of the house.  Charlie calls John, asks to speak to Sarah and Charlie begs desperately, almost crying as he pleads with Sarah for help.  Sarah loudly breaks up with him over the phone (for John’s sake) while covertly asking him where he is.  Sarah begins to pack up her guns.  Cameron seems fascinated with the house, finding birds in the chimney.  Sarah tells Cameron not to let John out of her si...
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womens_jessica_simpson_balinda_stretch_reviews_725030_300Jessica Simpson PerformsPussycat Doll Carmit Bacher and Jenna Dewan of Step Up Dance with Choreographer Brian Friedman"Episode 702A" - After two eliminations during premiere week, another couple is sent home, on "Dancing with the Stars the Results Show," TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.Jessica Simpson will take to the stage, accompanied by the professional dancers, singing two songs, her current hit "Come on Over" from her chart topping country album, "Do You Know," and "Angels," a special release cover.Returning for a third season is "Macy's Stars of Dance," featuring some of the best choreographers and performers from different styles of dance and offering viewers performances that represent the peak of achievement in their genres. Kicking off the first of these segments is a choreographed routine by Brian Friedman entitled "Neon," where the dancers, including Step Up's Jenna Dewan and The Pussycat Dolls' Carmit Bachar, will light up the stag...
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jessica-simpson39T.  On the eve of the election, a reporter and photographer set out for Washington, via America.  Friday Night RewindIt doesn't matter which team you cheer for.  These themes are probably going to make some of you have flashbacks to wasted mornings or afternoons spent sprawled in front of the TV.  JOSEPH GARNETT JR.  1. Repeat after them: In a league of flux, the Bucs are banking on consistency. Of the 22 players listed at the front of the depth chart, 21 were in Tampa Bay's starting lineup last season. Maybe that's a good thing on a team that won a division title. After all, Gaines Adams, Arron Sears and Tanard Jackson are all a year older. On the other hand, Derrick Brooks, Ronde Barber and Jeff Garcia are all a year older. 2. Just a thought: No one has ever been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame based solely on accomplishments as an assistant coach. If it ever happens, I nominate Monte Kiffin. The Bucs have finished in the top 10 of the NFL in points allowed in 11 of his 12 s...
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Scholarshipmoney1JsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ?  Most college-bound high-school seniors are hesitant to fill out a more arduous application than necessary.  But college admissions counselors and students alike agree that for seniors from low-income families, filling out a QuestBridge application is well worth the extra effort.  QuestBridge - a non-profit program that links low-income students with scholarship opportunities at competitive colleges - is partnering with Penn for the first time this year.  Through the QuestBridge National College Match scholarship, high-achieving students who have faced economic challenges are offered admission and full scholarships to one of 26 partner schools.  The application's length is its greatest asset, according to QuestBridge participant and Yale University freshman Daniel Chandra.  Though the application is "tedious," the "type of questions they ask really allows admissions committees to know you as a person rather than just as a student," C...
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Anne-hataway-LP_e_b531446b815d841fa57ff7ac29559923Television movies for the week Sept.  TV Movies: Sept. 28-Oct.  149; Abducted: A Father's Love '96. Chris Noth. An "Underground Mothers" movement helps hide a man who took his baby daughter from his neglectful estranged wife. (2:00) LIFE: Mon. 1 P.M.  149; Across the Universe  '07. Evan Rachel Wood. Songs by the Beatles illustrate a tale of two star-crossed lovers swept up by the 1960s counterculture and the anti-war movement. (PG-13) (2:20) STZ: Thu. 11:40 A.M., 11 P.M.  149; Adrift in Manhattan '07. Heather Graham. Three people's lives change when they meet on their daily routes, bringing them new chances at happiness. (R) (1:30) SHO: Tue. 1:30 A.M., TMC: Wed. 10 P.M.  149; The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension  '84. Peter Weller. A space hero and his team of do-gooders battle Dr. Lizardo and his army of Red Lectroids. (PG) (1:50) ENC: Wed. 9:20 A.M.  149; The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle  '00. Voices of Rene Russo. Live action/animated. A flying squirre...
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SherylCrow_300x300The first is a Western co-starring Ed Harris, while the second is the movie version of the Cormac McCarthy book largely filmed in Southwestern Pennsylvania earlier this year.  Or, for that matter, Harry Potter, who had been expected to reappear in November. But Warner Bros.  That sent other studios to the release chess board, moving "Twilight," the next James Bond adventure and an animated Disney comedy about a superhero Hollywood dog, to new dates.  SEPT.  Bangkok Dangerous": Filmmaking brothers Oxide and Danny Pang remake their Hong Kong action film, set in the Bangkok underworld, with Nicolas Cage.  1. "Miracle at St. Anna": Spike Lee directs his World War II movie.  2.  3. "W": Just when you thought the election season couldn't get any more unpredictable, Oliver Stone turns out a movie about George W.  4. "The Soloist": Robert Downey Jr.  5.  SEPT.  Burn After Reading": Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Frances McDormand, John Malkovich, Tilda Swinton and Richard Jenkins star in a dark sp...
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religulousDear atheists: I know you pride yourselves on being the most rationally-minded people. You reject major religions and gods on the basis of a lack of evidence. But many of the beliefs you hold are disappointingly irrational, superstitious - even religious. Some of you almost make me ashamed to call myself an atheist.  Being critical of religion doesn't automatically make you more intelligent than a religious person.  Don't take my word for it. A comprehensive study titled "What Americans Really Believe," released last Thursday by Baylor University Press, demonstrates that self-identified atheists are much more likely to believe in haunted houses, palm reading, alien visits, astrology and communicating with the dead than far-right Christians. To the 31 percent of atheists who believe in this nonsense: What is wrong with you?  The simplest explanation (many Christians reject such superstitions because they're inconsistent with the Bible, not because they're unsupported by evidence) is los...
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la_earthquakeHere are some local entertainment briefs:----- ‘Five Guys Named Moe' will be at Center Stage“Five Guys Named Moe,” a jazz musical, will be performed at the newly renovated Center Stage Theater in Fontana in October.The show will run from Friday, Oct. 3 to Sunday, Oct. 19 at 8463 Sierra Avenue.“Five Guys Named Moe” is the story of Nomax, a man down on life and overcome by loneliness.  But five musicians named Moe comfort him with their performances of Louis Jordan songs.The musical is part of the Broadway Series at Center Stage and is written by Clarke Peters.  Classes are offered at Heritage CenterLocal residents are invited to register for upcoming classes in confidence building and etiquette at the Heritage Neighborhood Center, 7350 W. Liberty Parkway.Classes include:“Instilling Character and Building Self-Confidence in Kids” for parents will run four weeks on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to noon beginning Sept. 27.  This class, which teaches paren...
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repoIT'S UNTHINKABLE.  The U.S.  The events that have caused the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression are the logical conclusion of policies and legislation implemented during the past 30 years.  These investment products were sloppily hashed together, barely monitored and never stress-tested. Rating agencies rubber-stamped everything that Wall Street concocted.  What we are witnessing is essentially the breakdown of our modern-day banking system, a complex of leveraged lending [that is] so hard to understand," Bill Gross, head of the Pimco asset management group wrote, in December of last year.  Of course, the real tragedy isn't that Wall Street is falling. The banks and other financial institutions like AIG gorged themselves for years. Whatever happens, the titans of finance will remain millionaires many times over.  People who had no idea that their mortgages were part of Wall Street's slice-and-dice game are paying the price. Workers whose pensions ended up invested in tox...
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