Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Hayden Panettiere, Heroes Legend



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Hayden Panettiere has a resume is overflowing with the sorts of credits that any actress would love to have, but she's still very much in her prime. Many fans don't realize that Hayden started out as a child actress and that her later fame was the result of years and years of hard work. Let's get to know the delightful Hayden Panettiere a bit better.

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Hayd’s full name is Hayden Leslie Panettiere. She was born on 21 August 1989, and hails from Palisades, New York.

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Hayden went to South Orangetown Middle School.

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 Hayden's nicknames are Hayd, Hayden P, and Mushroom.

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Hayden is of Italian and German heritage.

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Hayden started acting on camera at age 11 months - yes, months - with an advertisement for Playskool toy trains.

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When she was four or five, she nabbed a role on the ABC soap opera "One Life to Live." She was on it for three years, until 1997.

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Hayden jumped to another soap opera, Guiding Light, where she acted until 2000.

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Hayden also acted in "Ally McBeal" and in some television films. She played Ally's daughter on the show. In fact, a lot of her early roles were as daughters - as you might expect.

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Hayden leapt to stardom in "Heroes," an NBC series with superhero overtones that aired from 2006-2010. She played Claire Bennet, who could heal people with special powers.

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The Heroes role somewhat typecast her, Hayden feels, because it made people think of her as a cheerleader. Of course, lots of actors would love to be typecast by such a wonderful role.

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Hayden attends a lot of science fiction conventions because of the Heroes role, so if she is typecast by it, a little bit is her own doing.

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Hayden's next big role was as Juliette Barnes in "Nashville," an ABC musical drama. She managed to do some singing in the role. While it took a little while for the series to catch on, "Nashville" ultimately became a big hit and gradually is closing in on 100 episodes.

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Hayden actually is quite a talented singer. She was nominated for a Grammy award for her role in "A Bug's Life" in 1999, when she was just ten years old. She has sung in several roles since.

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Hayden also models. She was the cover girl for Neutrogena while on "Heroes," did a "Got Milk?" ad, and became a Candie's spokesperson.

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Hayden actually loves the real Nashville and considers it her favorite city.

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Hayden is married to former heavyweight world champion boxer Wladimir Klitschko. They have a daughter.

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Hayden supports lots of charities. These include Ronald McDonald House Charities, The Whaleman Foundation, and Greenpeace, amongst others.

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Hayden has won plenty of awards: Saturn Award (2007), Capri Exploit Award (2007), Wyler Award (2008), Feature Film Award (2007), Teen Choice Award (20007,2008), Rising Star Award (2007), and Young Artist Award (2007,2000).

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Hayden loves Singing, Horseback Riding, Gymnastic, Dancing, and Swimming, but hates singing on stage.

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2016


Saturday, March 26, 2016

Mila Kunis: Black Swan Legend



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Mila Kunis has been famous for what seems like forever, but she's still only in her early thirties. She has had several things happen to her that could have made her famous all by themselves, when ordinary folks would love to have just one. Let's take a closer look at the lovely Mila and see what she's all about.

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Mila's full name is Milena Markovna Kunis, and she was born on 14 August 1983 in the Ukraine.

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Mila's hometown is Chernivtsi. She has an older brother named Michael. The family left the (now former) USSR in 1991 and headed to Los Angeles, California.

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Mila's family is Jewish, but they couldn't practice it as they would have liked back in the USSR. When she came to the US, Mila didn't know any English, but she made it through school anyway.

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Mila started taking acting classes as soon as the family made it to LA. Her first work was in a Barbie commercial.

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In 1994, Mila got a role on the soap "Days of Our Lives."

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Soon after, Mila played one of Hobie's numerous love interests on "Baywatch."

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Several minor roles followed as Mila built her resume. One ironic part that she lost was when she auditioned to play a Russian Jewish girl who emigrates to the US. She got the role of a Mexican girl instead.

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Great things were in store for Mila. In 1998, she was cast as Jackie Burkhart in "That '70s Show." It was a classic sitcom which made huge stars out of much of the cast - including Mila.

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"That '70s Show" was on forever - 8 years - and brought Mila awards in 1999 and 2000.

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While on "That '70s Show," Mila took over the role of Meg Griffin on "Family Guy."

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Film work soon followed. She started out in straight-to-DVD films, such as "American Psycho 2" alongside William Shatner. It was good experience, even if she later said that the film was embarrassing.

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The roles gradually got better. She starred in the Judd Apatow comedy "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" in 2008. For the role, Mila was nominated for Teen Choice Award.

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Mila tried to become a superheroine with "Max Payne." However, the film, based on the video game, didn't receive very good reviews. However, Mila did get another Teen Choice Award nomination out of it.

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After that, her roles got even better. She starred in "Extract" with Ben Affleck and "The Book of Eli" with Denzel Washington.

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The biggest role of her career (so far) soon followed. In 2010, Mila played a lesbian love interest of Natalie Portman in Black Swan. The film made a ton of money and brought Mila a Golden Globe award.

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More film work followed. She starred in "Friends With Benefits" with Justin Timberlake, which also made a lot of money.

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In 2012, Mila starred in "Ted" alongside Mark Wahlberg. "Ted" made more money than any of her other films, grossing $549 million.

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Mila appeared in other films thereafter, including "Oz the Great and Powerful" and "Blood Ties." The first made money, the second was not as successful. Generally her later films did not do as well as "Ted" and "Black Swan."

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Mila started looking for work more behind the scenes at that point. She formed a new production company, Orchard Farm Productions, with some investors. She also decided to Executive Produce a television series for the CW, "Meridian Hills."

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Mila often makes the "Hottest Women" lists. For instance, she was No. 1 on the 2013 FHM "100 Sexiest Women in the World" list.

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So far, we have two reasons why Mila might have become famous: her television series "That '70s Show," and her successful film career. But there is a third reason completely unrelated to those two reasons - or at least only tangentially related.

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Mila dated Macaulay Culkin for several years, beginning in 2002. This was during a time when Macaulay was fast growing out of his child-star status.

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Mila and Macaulay dated for a long time. They only officially announced their breakup in January 2011.

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Mila then dated her "That '70s Show" costar Ashton Kutcher, who also had become a big star.

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Mila later got married to Ashton, in July 2015.

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The couple has a daughter, Wyatt Isabelle, born on 1 October 2014.

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2016



Thursday, March 24, 2016

Amanda Carpenter, Senate Aide Legend


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Amanda Carpenter (born in 1982) is a political commentator, author and political advisor who has become a legend in Washington, D.C. circles in just a few short years. Hers is a tale of flying high and getting all of life's blessings while leading a moral life. As an exemplar in the offices of conservative Senators, Amanda has blazed a trail that will be tough for other aides to follow.

Let's learn a bit more about this paragon, this legend of the halls of power and influence.

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Amanda is from Montrose, Michigan. The picture above is from when she was 13 years old and playing basketball.

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Carpenter went to Ball State University and received a B.A. in Communication Studies in 2005.

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Amanda quickly got jobs at publications such as Human Events, Townhall.com and the Washington Times. Her column at the Times was called the Hot Button.

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Amanda was always of a conservative bent, a true God-fearing woman. She left her job at the Times to work in the office of Senator Jim DeMint.

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DeMint left the Senate on 1 January 2013 to take a prestigious position at the Heritage Foundation. Amanda didn't bat an eyelash and quickly found a new home in the offices of Senator Ted Cruz.

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Amanda found an even cozier home in the Cruz offices than she had in DeMint's. She remained there until 5 July 2015, helping Ted with his speeches and whatever else he needed worked up.

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Amanda left her comfortable nest in the Senate to work as a political commentator, particularly on the Anderson Cooper 360 show.

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A true maven at social media, Amanda has a bustling Twitter page. With over 73 thousand followers at last count, Amanda is always the life of the party.

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Amanda, though, is a very moral woman. In fact, her Twitter public profile begins with a Biblical verse, 1 John 4:7-9, which reads:
7 Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God; and every one that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God.
8 He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love.
9 In this was manifested the love of God toward us, because that God sent his only begotten Son into the world, that we might live through him.

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Amanda describes herself there thusly:
1 John 4:7-9 @CR columns here https://www.conservativereview.com/authors/amanda-carpenter … CNN Contributor, Former Cruz comms director, DeMint speechwriter. Mommy. Wifey. https://instagram.com/_amandacarpenter …

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Amanda has made the news of her own accord once or twice.

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One time was when a California Congressman tweeted her a harsh message because of her support for the repeal of Obamacare. The Congressman later apologized.

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Another time was when a story broke about her former employer, Senator Ted Cruz. At the time, Cruz was locked in a fierce battle for the Republican Presidential nomination.

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The story appeared in the National Enquirer in March 2016. It alleged that Senator Cruz had had several mistresses.

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Pictures of the alleged mistresses of the Senator were included in the article, though they weren't identified by name. Some people noticed a certain similarity between one of the pictures and a known picture of Amanda Carpenter. Of course, they may be mistaken.

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At this point, there has been no verification if the story is accurate, or if the identification of Amanda is accurate. There have been no denials yet, either. Much remains to be fleshed out.
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This is a developing story, and much remains to be disclosed. However, there is no question at all that Amanda Carpenter is a legendary Senate aide who went way above and beyond the ordinary scope of an aide's duties.

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Carpenter had this to say on CNN about the story the morning after it appeared:
“What’s out there is tabloid trash. If someone wants a comment on it, they can talk to my lawyer. It is categorically false. You should be ashamed for spreading this kind of smut. Donald Trump supporters should be held to account for it, and I will not be intimidated by it.”
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Amanda Carpenter, on the left, denouncing the National Enquirer story.

Some commentators have pointed out certain coincidences between Amanda Carpenter and Ted Cruz. Both, for instance, showed off an identical tattoo on the same morning, and Ted was conspicuously without his jacket that morning whilst Amanda was wearing one. She also posted (at 5:22 a.m. that morning) that Ted was in a "good mood."

This video sums it up succinctly.


However, everything remains speculative at this point, and the denials remain firmly in place.

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Naturally, people are poring over Amanda's past tweets and Instagram account to see what they can find. And, they have found things. For instance, she tweeted a selfie of herself in a hotel room a couple of years ago.

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So far, so good. Amanda characterized the moment as "Test driving tonight's look," as you can see below.

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All right, again, so far so good. She's a pretty girl, and about to have a nice night out while away from home.

However, given recent controversies, people have taken a closer look at the photo. And, they noticed some things.

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You should draw your own conclusion about what is lying on the bed next to her before her big night out on her business trip. Some theorize that it might be mints. Others, that it is two packs of condoms.

Now, there's nothing wrong with condoms. In fact, unprotected sex with someone who is not your regular partner is to be discouraged.

Of course, Amanda was married at the time, with a family. Others also noticed that she wasn't wearing a wedding ring in the picture. She helpfully was holding her ring finger in a very noticeable way. Go look for yourself.

Amanda herself since has deleted the photo from her account and claimed on Twitter that her account had been hacked and people had substituted photoshopped pictures on it. Maybe it was. No need to argue about this one way or the other: decide for yourself. This is just a fun look at a media superstar and what happens when someone becomes a subject of scrutiny.

Okay, on to the videotape, as they (used to) say. The first video below is amusing, because Amanda Carpenter discusses how appropriate it is to cover alleged infidelities by Presidential candidates due to the potential consequences.




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