by THECOUNT.COM "News You Can Count On!"
on July 31, 2012
by Cavage
on July 31, 2012
by Lisa Mason Lee
on July 31, 2012
by Lisa Mason Lee
on July 31, 2012
by THECOUNT.COM "News You Can Count On!"
on July 31, 2012
by Carey
on July 31, 2012
by THECOUNT.COM "News You Can Count On!"
on July 31, 2012

Bradley Cooper’s ‘Cute’ To ‘Crooked’ Transformation

Bradley Cooper is known to be a ‘cute’ and ‘sexy’ Hollywood actor, and that’s what his fans expect to see when he’s out and about or on screen.

But… Cooper has surprisingly changed things up a bit, and has decided to up his acting chops, and take on a not-so-attractive role.

Sorry ladies, but Cooper is now The Elephant Man! Cooper debuted his twisted-torso at the Williamstown Theatre in Massachusetts, where he is playing Joseph Merrick in Bernard Pomerance play, “The Elephant Man.”

Cooper, 37, can’t fight the fact that he is hot, so he decided to take on the challenging role to play a character with a disability.

Now I have to ask, do you still think he’s hot?

by THECOUNT.COM "News You Can Count On!"
on July 31, 2012
by Lisa Mason Lee
on July 31, 2012
by THECOUNT.COM "News You Can Count On!"
on July 30, 2012

Twitter Suspends Journalist For Criticizing NBC Olympics Coverage

Can You say, “disturbing?” — Twitter suspended Guy Adams, a well known newspaper correspondent in Los Angeles, after he criticized NBC’s lack of live coverage of the Olympics… Close jaw.

Turns out the folks who run Twitter didn’t like a news story Adams wrote detailing widespread public complaints about the NBC coverage of the London Games — Come again Twitter?

Twitter made it official by releasing a statement confirming that Adams had been suspended for a single message he posted during the Opening Ceremony. Like many of us, Adams didn’t like the fact NBC prevented viewers in America from watching live coverage, so that the network could screen the occasion during an evening prime-time slot coveted by advertisers.

“The man responsible for NBC pretending the Olympics haven’t started yet is Gary Zenkel,” wrote Mr Adams. “Tell him what * think!” His tweet then contained the work email address of Mr Zenkel, the President of NBC Olympics.

Twitter claimed last night that the tweet breached its guidelines(?) Holyshit — Up until now, I thought I could say what ever the fuck I wanted to on Twitter, within reason!

Here’s the dreaded message Adams received from Twitter notifying him that he had been 86ed.

“Your account has been suspended for posting an individual’s private information such as private email address, physical address, telephone number, or financial documents,” the company informed Mr Adams. “It is a violation of the Twitter Rules.”

In response, Mr Adams wrote: “I didn’t publish a private email address, just a corporate one, which is widely available to anyone with access to Google and is identical to one that all of the tens of thousands of NBC Universal employees share. It’s no more ‘private’ than the address I’m emailing you from right now.

“Either way, [it’s] quite worrying that NBC, whose parent company is an Olympic sponsor, is apparently trying (and, in this case, succeeding) in shutting down the Twitter accounts of journalists who are critical of their Olympic coverage.”