Archive for April 8th, 2011

Real Housewives of DC nixed, Real Housewives of NYC vajeweling?

April 8th, 2011
Real Housewives of DC nixed, Real Housewives of NYC vajeweling? Real Housewives Series News! Real Housewives of DC nixed, Real Housewives of NYC now vajeweling for publicity? [Apr. 8] Bravo for smart PR! The Bravo Channel is shaking up the television cable lineup by nixing their lame Real Housewives of DC series and adding a new cast member to their Real Housewives of New York reality television series. Cindy Barshop is the new name to know when it comes to watching reality television stars. It seems that she has landed a new gig on the wild show hosted by the ladies of NYC thanks to her interesting and... artistically innovative specialty service and luxury products industry? According to the Stir: [Cindy Barshop] was working in telecommunications for IBM when she learned about Epilight, a machine that uses light to permanently remove hair, and decided to open her first spa in New York City in 1998 to make the innovative service accessible to the masses (of rich New York ladies). Barshop now has nine stores across the country. They like it, they really like it. The stores have done well for Barshop too, as she's the breadwinner for her family of three -- and apparently goes to the Hamptons from time to time. It probably didn't hurt that she's also named as the inventor of vajeweling, a fun and sparkly crystal application for decorating the vagina -- which I'm pretty sure is just like the ever-popular vajazzling. Because, how did we ever live without vajeweling? Her spa also offers "vatoos," pretty but temporary airbrushed designs for your sweet spot. As for what happened to the DC housewives reality show that was supposed to feature the most provocative of Washingtonian women, it seems the viewing masses found the cast boring. While the Real Housewives of Atlanta, Real Housewives of New York City, Real Housewives of Orange County, and the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills shows all did well, the Mid-Atlantic ladies fan base was less than interested in continuing to watch what the wealthy ladies were doing. More good news and green gossip on this [...]

Japanese Tsunami dog reunited with owner after high seas adventure?

April 8th, 2011
Japanese Tsunami dog reunited with owner after high seas adventure? Pet Friendly News! Japanese Tsunami Dog reunited with owner but more pets and their owners need help? [Apr. 7] Following the 9.0 earthquake in Japan, the highest ever recorded in the nation's history, the tsunami that devastated Japan left at least one dog alive. Nicknamed Tsunami Dog, the Japanese tsunami dog located a couple of miles off the coast of Japan, floating atop a roof amid the debris of a home, has been reunited with its owner. From USA Today: The unidentified owner, a woman in her 50s, saw a TV news report about the Japan Coast Guard's rescue Friday and went to the animal care center in Tomiya, Miyagi Prefecture, NHK TV says. The Japanese tsunami dog was rescued by the Coast Guard, three weeks after the tsunami devastated Japan. The tsunami dog was found floating nearly two miles out to sea after the devastating tsunami struck Japan, killing 20,000 people. The reports say the dog, a mixed breed named "Ban" was reunited with its owner, an unidentified woman, age 50. The Seattle Times notes: Several weeks after Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami, a loose network of pet groups is working to provide many of the services for stranded and stressed animals that emergency services have been providing for people, including food, medicine and shelter. Tsunami Dog is just one of the pets rescued following the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Some people have questioned the resources used to find pets instead of people, The Seattle Times reports, but others have said that those people who have lost homes and livelihoods following the tsunami are grateful to have their pets, which help the people reduce anxiety as they care for those animals they love. More good news and green gossip on this [...]
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