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  1. gossipmonger
    Taylor Momsen Doesn’t Want to Be Your Stinking Role Model“I smoke, so what? It’s not like I’m sitting there going, ‘Kids, you should go buy a pack of cigarettes.’”
  2. white men with money
    Tim Geithner Could Have Been the Most Hated Man in AmericaBut instead he chose the No. 2 job.
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    AIG’s Head of Financial Products Is a Fan of Che GuevaraWe suppose you could say they stand for the same thing.
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    Eliot Spitzer Makes Hilarious Faux PasGovernor Spitzer lauded Kerry Kennedy during a speech his rival Andrew Cuomo was at, knowing that Kennedy and Cuomo went through a bitter divorce after she cheated on him. CNBC “Street Sweetie” Erin Burnett is catching heat at the network for the Men’s Health story she wrote titled, “Eight Things That Would Impress Me,” which made her look like, well, a girl who likes to be around money. New Jersey Net Jason Kidd’s girlfriend, Hope Dworaczyk, is pregnant. Stars and publicists hate working with Men’s Vogue because the magazine double-books covers. Jessica Seinfeld may or may not have plagiarized from a third cookbook. Cindy Adams claims a New Hampshire pollster told her before the primary that Hillary Clinton was gonna win by six points.
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    ‘Gossip Girl’ Makes Us Color-blindOur highly calibrated point system of… um… points.
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    Hey, New Yorkers: You’re Fat! So you know how the city banned trans fats from our foods? And is making fast-food places post nutrition information? And otherwise going out of its way to healthy us up? And how everybody seems to be at the gym all the time? And how Whole Foods, with its organic this and whole-grain that, is taking over the city? Yeah, well, today’s Daily News brings news that New York — granted, the state, not the city — budged not at all on the national obesity ranking this year. We’re apparently the 38th most obese state, with 22.4 percent of New Yorkers weighing in as obese and more than half overweight. But, actually, things might not be so bad: We’re not that far off from the skinniest state, Colorado, where 17.6 percent of the population is obese, and we’re a far cry from Mississippi, with more than 30 percent obesity. Sometimes we’re really glad we have Mississippi. Bulge Battle Weighs on New Yorkers [NYDN]