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Continuing on with our PSA Sunday series, we’ve got a nice little anti-drug ad from the coolest turtles on the planet. We’re lead to believe that the heroes in a half-shell obsessed with pizza are big anti-pot advocates in this early 90s PSA. Besides the fact that this PSA proposes that pot is a huge problem in elementary schools (either that or these middle/high schoolers are just really tiny), we get a munchies-infused interjection from Michaelangelo just as the other Tnmt’s are trying to deter kids from toking up. Hit the jump to find out how to stand up to drug bullies from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. »
- Adam Chitwood
Fallout from The L Word's Leisha Hailey being escorted from a Southwest Airlines flight continues. Southwest released a statement saying their investigation had revealed numerous complaints that Hailey's affection was "excessive." I used to fly a lot, and I mean a lot, and I've seen people join the Mile High Club in the cabin, so this must have been amazing. Interesting complication: Southwest is the official airline of GLAAD.
Business Insider contacted some of the richest people in America and asked them if they supported the Buffett Rule, which would equalize the effective tax rate for millionaires and billionaires. And there were shockingly few that were willing to get behind the Oracle of Omaha, including his friend Bill Gates. Thankfully, the richest gay man I'm aware of, David Geffen, says "I completely agree with Buffett."
On October 2nd, hundreds of pastors across the country will preach specific politics from »
- Ed Kennedy
 Yes, that's right -- there's another Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series in the works, over at Nickelodeon. As you may recall, the cable network purchased  the rights to the turtles from Mirage Group and 4Kids Entertainment for $60 million back in 2009. Rumors at the time suggested that Nickelodeon was planning a new CG-animated series and a feature film for their recently acquired brand, and today we got our first look at the new show. See the first image after the jump. Here's the image that came with the press release (via Topless Robot ):  And a larger scan of the same image from the Wall Street Journal (via Flickr ):  The Wall Street Journal  quotes executive producer Ciro Nieli as saying that the newly revamped turtles will have "more individual attributes" than they did before. From the image, I'm not really seeing it -- they still look pretty similar to me, »
- Angie Han
3 items from 2011
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