Today’s Doodle features a pic of the earth cut in two in honor of the famous Geologist, Ms. According to Google, Inge is no longer living, which is a bummer since I have a lot of questions about 1888, almost all involving Jack the Ripper. Mount Roraima, South America: This tabletop mountain is one of the oldest mountains on Earth, dating back two billion years when the land was lifted high above the ground by tectonic activity. There, they also tell the bowel to contract, thus expelling…
If the body sends enough of them to the uterus, some stray prostaglandins will make it over to the bowel, which is located nearby.
Jones is a 1997 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Hunter voluntarily resigned his position at UNC to comply with the requirements of university rules prohibiting coach–athlete dating.
While there, she met and began dating one of the track coaches, shot putter C. Jones and Hunter were married October 3, 1998, and trained for the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics. Hunter, had withdrawn from the shot-put competition for a knee injury, though he was allowed to keep his coaching credentials and attend the games to support his wife.
Luckily for her, the rumors had run wild, and it was merely the walls of the Pier 40 venue that were constructed from blocks of ice. After much debate over whether this mystery woman was in fact the heroine who spoke for America when she mocked L. for choosing that ne’er-do-well Jason over a summer in Paris, we were distracted by the arrival of Justin Theroux.
Still, as we watched them melt slowly down onto the already wet runway, we did find ourselves hoping the models had negotiated for hazard pay. Conditions proved equally perilous for the attending celebrities. Can we all decide, because this would be one of the best rumors ever, that it’s true? He never once removed his dark hat and glasses, which made him look less like an actor and more like a man who’d just stopped by after fitting someone for a pair of fall 2008 cement shoes.
So it makes perfect sense for Lisa Loeb, the patron saint of My So-Called Life, to make an appearance on Gossip Girl. For that matter, when he sings later on in the episode, so is the monotonous tune and his raspy, wimpy yet sexy voice. • Kudos to the adults for calling Chuck “Charles.” Usually you save a child’s full name for occasions when he is in severe trouble. Plus 3, for making statutory rape seem somehow nostalgic. Plus 3 for that and for having her play “Stay.” Best ever. “I’m out of my league here,” she says, spilling all to Lily and asking for her help. We really, really, really want some sort of awesome mousetrap-like ending next episode, where everyone participates in Georgina’s spectacular downfall.
Indeed, it is a fitting nod to those of us watchers of the show (like last week’s plotline was a nod to the gays) who should have gotten this sort of thing out of our system ten years ago. That her iconic song, “Stay,” was the diegetic soundtrack of a sinister interaction between hopelessly naïve Dan and vindictive Georgina — well, that was a particularly Gossip Girl twist. As did we love the unholy, Thundercats-like alliance of Nate, Blair, Chuck, and Vanessa that came together to defend Serena and confront the evil of Georgina. But what do you call the kid who is bad all the time? • The entire scene where Chuck, Nate, and Blair comfort Serena is realistic. “I’ve done all that I can do.” She finally went to an adult — perhaps the most realistic play she has in her bag of tricks.
It didn’t come to complete fruition this episode (such is the fodder of season finales, after all), but we can imagine it now. Who is he, Screech getting blown off by Lisa Turtle? Her mom told her to change her name and get out of town? As Real As Frantic Repeated Voice Messages Being the First Sign That a Girl Is Grade-A Batshit Insane: • On fashion — Chuck’s keeps getting better and better. They totally would have let the drama bring them all back together (which is what they secretly want anyway), and they would have definitely admitted all of their foibles to try to make her feel better. “We’re the non-judging ‘Breakfast Club,’” Blair says, taking a stab at pop culture. Plus 3, because even Blair knows she can’t outsmart a dead body. • Our other two favorite lines from the episode were when Blair says to Chuck, “What if I told you I knew where Georgina Sparks was right now? • Wait, Peter the dead guy was an addict for ten years?
Chuck, in the form of Lion-O, will summon Tygra (Nate), Panthro (Vanessa), Cheetara (Blair), and maybe even Wily Kat and Wily Kit (Jenny and Eric) to join forces for the ultimate cosmic confrontation against Mumr-Ra(Georgina). We are, after all, indulging our generational obsessions this week. And why didn’t Lily melt down like most normal adults who find out that their daughter accidentally aided in a lethal overdose while in a drunken three-way sex situation? Even the cardigans, to which we have a moral and religious objection. • Despite the initial hysteria among Nate, Blair, and Chuck, bagels are the perfect hangover food. And Chuck would totally still scope the stumbling Serena as she took her top off. • Blair lost Serena the previous night because she did the only thing she knew to do when a friend is freaking out: raid her mother’s Valium. When it comes time for Chuck to admit his wrongdoings, he just says, “I’m Chuck Bass,” and appropriately steals the scene. • Meanwhile, Serena totally broke the seal when she told Blair her deep, dark secret. • We were going to deduct points for Lily watching the sex tape, but we feel she stopped it at a believable moment. Likewise, we were going to deduct a point for the dead guy doing only one line and overdosing, but then we realized that this is a good message for kids. •l Nate (whose blazer fits in an achingly perfect manner) tells Blair, “I’m on my way to Queens.” She quickly replies, “Ew, why? ” and Chuck replies, with that dark, demonic look, “I’d say, ‘Let’s go get the bitch.’” Plus 4. • Look at that grin Vanessa has when she catches Georgina in a lie!
The story of what happened next however is equally extraordinary - how a woman who could have been the First Lady ended up with a prize fighter whose claim to fame is losing a 1973 bout with boxer Larry Holmes at Madison Square Garden.