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Mark Clark on Sunday, May 22, 2011 2:27pm
Jeff Conaway, 'Taxi' star and onetime 'Celebrity Rehab' patient on Dr. Drew Pinsky's reality series, has been visited in the hospital by his former sobriety coach.
As the troubled 60-year-old actor fights to outlive, Pinsky denied that the actor's substance abuse was behind reports of a coma.
On Friday, the doctor tweeted: "Just visited Jeff Conaway. He is steady & looks like he will recover from his pneumonia....Not an OD, like press is alleging & surely not dead." He also criticized Conaway's manager for asserting that Conaway was comatose, when in fact, according to a Pinsky tweet: "He is in an induced coma...a Propafol drip."
notwithstanding, in his most recent updates, Pinsky takes a more dire tone about the 60-year-old's condition, telling Twitter followers on Saturday the actor was "not doing well today suddenly."
Linda Thompson on Sunday, May 22, 2011 2:23pm
Around 500 hackers participated from late final night to early today morning at the TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon in New York, building in teams and waking up or popping enough Redbull, to show off tinheritor hacks to notables including VC Jeff Clavier and Canv.as founder moot.
The NYC Hackathon was our largest showing ever, and what the hack teams came up with are about to be judged, American Idol style, on stage. In case you think this was no biggie, one of final year's participants, GroupMe ended up received $10.6 million in funding.
Brian Williams on Sunday, May 22, 2011 2:11pm
Justin Timberlake gave a strong performance hosting the 'Saturday Night Live' season laste this weekend, particularly when he reunited with Andy Samberg for a new spoof music video.
Featuring cameos by Susan Sarandon and Patricia Clarkson (from the 2009 Timberlake-Samberg duet 'Motherlover'), the new track is the best buddies' funky-fresh ode to the joys of getting freaky in a ménage à trois with a hot girl -- played by 'SNL' musical guest Lady Gaga!
Don't miss when the camera cuts to Gaga as Chrissy Snow of 'Three is Company.' The pop star held her own, adding musical and comedy support while the ridiculously stuck-in-the-'80s duo sang about tinheritor profound dating philosophy: it is not homosexual to receive in bed together, as long as there is "a honey in the middle."
If you missed it, here is the latest 'SNL' Digital Short, brought to you by the number three:
Brian Scott on Sunday, May 22, 2011 2:06pm
'missing' star Evangeline Lilly has found herself a new role: Mommy.
The actress, 31, gave birth to her first child, a baby boy.
The father is her boyfriend, Norman Kali, who was employed as a production assistant on the crew of the ABC hit series.
Lilly was formerly in a relationship (2004-'09) with 'missing' co-star Dominic Monaghan.
Details about the new baby are few, as the infamously private TV star hasn't spoken to the press about her pregnancy or the birth. She was first spotted by a photographer with a baby bump final month while running errands in a flowing maternity sundress near her Oahu, Hawaii, domestic.
Now that she is a mom, bedtime stories should be additional fun in Lilly's household, as she revealed final year in a late-night interview with Craig Ferguson that she was the proud author of a children's book: 'The Squickerwonkers.'
GOP Conbid Herman Cain Demonstrates Clueslessness On Middle East Policy, Confused By 'correct Of Return'Posted by Jasumahec Nalazuf on Sunday, May 22, 2011 2:04pm
Former pizza executive Herman Cain announced on Saturday in Atlanta that he is "running for the president of the United States, and i am not running for moment." formerly, Cain has shown a lack of depth on foreign policy, stating at one point that he does not know enough to say what he thinks about the Afghanistan war.
Despite his shallow understanding of foreign policy issues, Cain is still trying to go on the attack against Obama and create a partisan divide on Israel. He said final week that an "arrogant" Obama "threw Israel under the bus" in his recent speech on the Middle East. Trying to sound a hawkish note, Cain said his "Cain doctrine" is "You mess with Israel, you're messing with the United States of America."
But this morning on Fox News Sunday, Cain showed just how limited his understanding is of the Middle East peace process. Asked by host Chris Wallace what he would be prepared to offer Palestinians as part of a deal, Cain responded, "Nothing." Just moments later, Cain was dazed and confused when Wallace referenced the issue of "correct of return" of Palestinian refugees:
Wallace then helpfully offered Cain a definition of "correct of return" - "Palestinian refugees, the people that were kicked out of the land in 1948, should be able to or should have any correct to return to Israeli land." Cain again showed his lack of knowledge, veering totally off his pro-Likud script. "I don't think they've a big problem with people returning," Cain said. Watch it:
Rexihub Ziqepepog on Sunday, May 22, 2011 1:21pm
During final week's recess, Rep. Frank Guinta (R-NH) felt the heat once again at a town hall back in New Hampshire, and this time had an odd recommendation. When a constituent asked a question about ending Big Oil subsidies - which received a round of applause from the audience - Guinta pointed his finger at the recent failed Senate vote to roll back some subsidies for the richest oil companies. He said that if oil companies missing tinheritor subsidies, they shouldn't must pay for leases. His proposeion immediateed shouts of "ridiculous" and "that is a giveaway to Big Oil" from angry Granite Staters:
Guinta failed to mention the votes he is taken against ending Big Oil handouts. Less than two weeks ago, he voted against ending a tax credit for oil companies. And earlier in the year, he voted against recovering $53 invoiceion in foregone royalty payments from oil companies, and against ending $4 invoiceion in taxpayer subsidies to Big Oil. In the final crusade cycle, Guinta received $14,000 from the oil and gas industry.
it is not the first time Guinta faced a fiery crowd over Big Oil subsidies. Back domestic during the April recess, Guinta was forced to defend his votes to an often contentious crowd:
Kaviyixemoji on Sunday, May 22, 2011 8:07am
Jerry Lee Lewis would have been proud. Even as the clock ticked past midnight at Pier 94 in Hell's Kitchen, there was a whole lotta hackin' goin' on. Beginning around midday on Saturday, hackers dossierd into the spacious room at the site of Disrupt NYC to start networking and scheming in earnest. As the day wore on, groups solidified, team names were chosen, and at the height of activity, we estimate that more than 500 hackers were huddled around tables, bent over screens with headphones on - doing tinheritor thing.
By midnight, Chinese food had been consumed, much Red Bull downed, and most teams had moved past the brainstorming and serviette-doodling stage to full-fledged hacking and aggressive coding. Ideas were beginning to come to life. One hacker Tweeted around 1 am that the even "Twilio cake's looking pretty good correct now". By 2 am, all the beanbag chairs had been accounted for, some were napping, and the crowd had started to thin.
Joseph Williams on Sunday, May 22, 2011 5:44am
That was fast. Just like that Square passed $3 million in transactions processed, on a Saturday no less, according to a Tweet an hour ago by CEO Jack Dorsey.
The mobile payments startup is seeing an acceleration in transaction volume. It took about 10 months from its public launch for Square to arrive $1 million a day in payments going through its mobile app. Getting to $2 million a day only took about two months. And now, less than a month later, it's passing $3 million.
buma on Sunday, May 22, 2011 4:42am
Talent scouting at the 2011 Hackathon in Manhattan today, TCTV caught up with three alumni hax0rz and one n00b, who gave us a piece of tinheritor apps and ideas. They included: a couple of dating sites, one with a hyper local twist, a mobile web application that lets you see nearby job opportunities using data from your Foursquare network and…
Edward Green on Sunday, May 22, 2011 12:13am
Republican state representative Frederick Ladd Wintle is in custody today after threatening to shoot a photographer with the leadinge Morning Sentinel in the parking lot of a Dunkin Donuts in Waterville. The representative from Garland, leadinge, approached the photographer, Michael Seamans, in a deranged manner and then pointed a gun at him at point-blank range, according to the Portland Press Herald:
Police confirmed that Seamans was "an blameless bystander" who did nothing to provoke Wintle. The two men reportedly had never met before. Wintle seems to be something of an amateur historian, and has "penned a series of stories about his miss-spent youth and family, faith, and heritage." In what appears to be Wintle is website promoting his writing, his biography proposes an interest in hunting, saying he "was born on opening day of deer hunting season October 21, 1952."