[buffer by="10px 15px 10px 15px" id="bar"]8. Apparently, only Obama takes vacations.[/buffer]




Food for thought. Do we do this to Pnoy, too?




[buffer by="10px 15px 10px 15px" id="bar"]7. Breaking Bad goes out on top at the Emmys.[/buffer]




It may not even be airing anymore, but it looks like Walter White's show has quite a few more awards to rack up.




[buffer by="10px 15px 10px 15px" id="bar"]6. Experimental Ebola cure fails: doctor dead.[/buffer]



Via ria.ru


A doctor who tried an experimental Ebola cure on himself ended up taking a turn for the worse.




[buffer by="10px 15px 10px 15px" id="bar"]5. Only from Japan: the Squeeze-A-Thon[/buffer]




For 24 hours, Japanese, ahem, adult film stars will be allowing fans to squeeze their boobs for charity. It's a load of wishful thinking, but the stars are hoping gropers would be, well, gentle.




[buffer by="10px 15px 10px 15px" id="bar"]4. Chiz Escudero proposes to Heart Evangelista.[/buffer]




He proposed with a family heirloom: a heart-shaped engagement ring. Between this and Dingdong+Marian, we have quite a few high-profile weddings coming around soon.




[buffer by="10px 15px 10px 15px" id="bar"]3. Apple launches iPhone 5 battery replacement program.[/buffer]




If you bought your iPhone 5 between September 2012 or January 2013, there is a small chance that your battery problems are due to a manufacturing issue. Apple seeks to rectify that the same way they did with their sleep button recall program, done earlier last month.




[buffer by="10px 15px 10px 15px" id="bar"]2. Miley Cyrus pulls another fast one on us.[/buffer]




Just when we expected another overtly sexual moment from Miley Cyrus, she instead has her date, a homeless man, receive the award she won for Best Music Video from the VMA's. Whether or not it's a publicity stunt, you can be sure her influence will give the homeless shelter she's backing thousands of dollars it otherwise wouldn't have gotten.




[buffer by="10px 15px 10px 15px" id="bar"]1. Duterte defends wife-beating police chief.[/buffer]




And here we thought Ramon Bautista was being sanctioned to “protect Davao women's dignity.” Apparently, this only applies to comedians, and not wife-beating cops.

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