Vazquez, who was born in Brooklyn but has not lived in the city full-time since the late '90s, is expected to reinvigorate New York's arts scene with her return. In addition to her DJ'ing gigs and hosting such shows as MTV's Total Request Live and VH1's Flavor Of Love, she has also acted in the movies Urban Massacre and Soul Plane, and appears as the dean on VH1's Charm School With Ricki Lake.
"This is huge for New York and for the arts in general," said Michael Fleeson, Arts editor for the New Yorker. "Just having someone with LaLa's talent here will inspire others to expand the bounds of human creativity and expression."
Gerald Ford was a star football player at Michigan. Mercifully, he died in 2006 a full season before Rich Rodriguez took over the Wolverines.
Griffin's kidney was removed in a dramatic pre-dunk scene in which TNT host Kenny Smith cut the organ out of Griffin's side while a choir dressed as zombies moaned in the background. Then, with his left side still open with blood and entrails pouring out, Griffin took his kidney from Smith, held it above his head to the delight of the roaring crowd, and then took two steps and dunked the organ, smashing it to the floor below.
The judges gave it perfect 10s, except for Julius Irving, who scored it a 9.
Even Jason would be freaked out by this.
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"Hey, they win," said Young. "I can't wait this out any longer. I am almost out of money. I saved up, but this has drawn on too long. I need to get paid again."
Young says he hasn't been paid in "almost two weeks," but seemed completely unaware that the lockout has not started yet and can't until March 4th at the earliest when the current collective bargaining agreement expires.
Titans general manager Mike Reinfeldt confirmed that while the team plans to trade or release Young, the quarterback still has been receiving his paycheck via direct deposit into his checking account every two weeks.
"I don't really think this has anything to do with the lockout," said Reinfeldt. "Vince usually comes to me every two weeks and says he needs cash. Unfortunately, he's not the only player who's almost out of money."
Running back Chris Johnson has reportedly been trading his extra jet skis for food, while wide receiver Marc Mariani has been trying to rent himself out around Nashville to catch footballs at birthday parties, car dealerships and charity car washes.