2009's best star stories? Here they are creating a splash from the spotlight. 2009 was definitely the year that actors created all sorts of stories. In fact, the list for news and 2009 celebrity stories is endless.
No. 5 - Rihanna getting beaten up by Chris Brown. This is always celebrity news when another pop star beaten up a pop star. Especially when the victim is dumb enough to return to the abuser, and ESPECIALLY when she snootily informs concerned family and lovers to bug off.
Rather than an compound fertilizer, opt for a natural mulch which breaks down substances like loose hay, grass clippings, fallen leaves, small twigs, and scraps of fruits and uneaten vegetables from your home dinner table. By allowing these elements to mingle in a compost heap, these ingredients will be broken down into a nourishing substance with an even consistency.
No. 9 - Michael Phelps smoking pot. What's a superhuman athlete boy-next-door healthy man doing smoking a bong? Was eight gold medals in one Olympics, and earning millions of dollars in endorsements, enough to keep Michael Phelps high on happiness to think of ingesting an illegal drug that is brain-cell-damaging? Unless he had been smoking pot to numb pain? You know, that "medical marijuana benefits" thing? After his bong photograph was leaked his image the original source was tarnished by michael Phelps. And if you think I'm being too critical, remember that Phelps HIMSELF apologized for smoking the bong!
The mission of anybody playing against Stanford is to stop Toby Gerhart. Who will shoulder the load for that obligation and how will they do it?
The primary substances in these bath salts are methylenedioxypyrovalerone and mephedrone. They act very much like artificial marijuana, which has started to be prohibited in certain states. These stimulants create quite a buzz.
Andrew Luck frightens me. I saw him play against WSU and was amazed by he was. To me he seems like a future first round draft choice. I expect once the game is on his shoulders Washington to contain Gephart but can Luck stop? Andrew Luck and teams are the two wild cards in this game. Harbaugh likes to throw under twenty times per game but Luck has completed 60 percent of his passes that is amazing for a RS frosh. I think Luck will be the X-factor on Saturday.