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2 posts from February 2014

February 23, 2014

Celebrities Score Impressive Gift Baskets

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So you think that the best part of being a celebrity is the fame or fortune that comes with being one of the most recognized faces in the world? I disagree. It's all about the free schwag, baby!! It's all about those gift baskets they get at parties or all those Jamba Juices they get to drink for free. High profile people in every niche get some free stuff naturally because, well, that's just smart marketing. Celebs though? I have to think they get the best of the best.

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February 13, 2014

Why Rehab is Always a Good Idea

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Rehab. It’s almost a rite of passage in Hollywood. From eating disorders to substance abuse and mental health issues, the pressure seems to get to celebs all too often. But instead of demonizing this crowd, it’s truly the responsible thing to do.

2014 has already seen a few surprise names entering rehabs centres. Selena Gomez voluntarily packed her bags for a two week stay at a rehab centre in Arizona. While the reason was not made public, speculation is rife that she is heartbroken from her breakup with Justin Bieber.

Another 2014 victim was singer Ke$sha who announced in January that she was seeking treatment for an eating disorder. She’s done the responsible thing and cancelled upcoming concerts in order to seek the right treatment.

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It seems that the machines are winning in this digital age where voice-to-text is so prevalent. Many have abandoned the professional services of transcribers because they think that Androids and iPhones do much better jobs at documenting conversations. We are proud to say that the masses are wrong. A recent experiment placed man against machine in the battle for the accuracy and man, professional transcribers that is, defeated the competition. Whereas the machine mistook the word "ago" for "I go," professional transcribers had a knack for hearing and correctly interpreted the text. The playing field between man and technology is a bit more leveled.