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British Actor Stephen Fry is the latest in a line of celebs to quit Twitter, but is the first to do so because he didn’t like being called “sexist.” The actor, who’s not such a big deal in the U.S. (though I loved him as Oscar Wilde in the 1997 film Wilde) is a mega personality in England, an accomplished actor, comedian, writer and host of BBC quiz show “QI.” The Twitter kiss-off to his 1,910,676 followers was in response to getting called out by bloggers for the following remarks he made in an interview with Attitude magazine recently: “I feel sorry for straight men. The only reason women will have sex with them is that sex is the price they are willing to pay for a relationship with a man, which is what they want.”
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If Mike Sorrentino is “The Situation,” we think his brother Marc should start going by “The Predicament.” Because he’s gotten himself into a pretty serious one. The 31-year-old owner of Naughty Limited—which runs several online porn sites—met a woman he met over the weekend while out partying with his brother. The woman says that she left the club with Marc to head back to his place in New Jersey. Only the encounter turned sour, and Mark allegedly punched her in the stomach. She has filed a misdemeanor complaint against him, and will presumably be seeing him in court. Just another reason to steer way clear of any of the guys even tangentially related to “Jersey Shore.” [NY Daily News] Keep reading »
As if you could forget with all the attack ads gumming up TV right now, tomorrow is Election Day. Presidential elections are definitely a lot more exciting, but midterms are actually pretty important, too. If you care about forwarding President Obama‘s agenda — or would give all the Girl Scout cookies in your cupboard to stop him in his tracks — then you’ll want to send someone to Washington who’ll represent your interests. Keep reading »