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There’s good news across the pond for parents who want their little girls to believe they can grow up and be anything they want: A parents group called Pink Stinks, which pressures toy companies and stores to rise above marketing based on traditional gender roles, seems to have been successful in getting the Early Learning Center to change their pink ways — at least a little bit. Keep reading »
Attention insomniacs and procrastinators: your life is about to get a whole lot fuzzier thanks to Mozilla Firefox Live. Turns out a firefox is actually a red panda, and the internet browser has created a marketing campaign to protect the endangered species that is their icon. Aww! They’ve adopted six red pandas at the Knoxville Zoo. In addition to being able to watch their every cute move, they get treats based on how many people download Firefox 4 and are currently half-way to winning their own jungle gym! Weeee! Viewers can also enter a contest to name them. I’m going with General Cuteness, Captain Flufferpants, and Lieutenant Adorbs.
Here are six more fab sites that’ll make you want to pet your computer.
This weekend at VH1′s Divas Salute The Troops concert, Kathy Griffin gave the troops an eyeful in a camo bikini, a machine gun ammo belt, and black lace-up boots. The comedienne is 50 years old, so there’s probably a lot of people who think it’s a great accomplishment she’s got a body to rival Hugh Hefner’s barely-out-of-high-school girlfriends. However, earlier this year at the Grammys, she told TV host Giuliana Rancic how she got her “slammin’” body: “It’s frustration and starvation. I’m cranky all the time and I’m hungry all the time.” (And Rancic replied, “You look good! That’s all that matters!” Facepalm.) While that may be a bit of hyperbole (she is Kathy Griffin after all), I’m inclined to believe a 50-year-old does not have a body like that without there being
some a lot of truth to her statement. Keep reading »
We’re always on the hunt for clothes that make a splash in some way. So even though Fair Isle, Navajo, and Nordic print sweaters are tres hot this season, we’re still feeling oddly-patterned sweaters, like ones designed with the alphabet or numbers, because they’re unexpected and really make a statement. Check out nine similarly odd sweaters after the jump.