Survivor’s Hated Jonny Fairplay Separates From Top Model Wife

Jonny Fairplay was a contestant on Survivor: Pearl Islands several years ago, and he is still making headlines. Back in the day, Fairplay came onto the competitive show and lied to his cast mates and America when he claimed his grandmother had died. He showed deep emotion, and everyone reached out towards him in a sympathetic nature. Well, the truth was later revealed that his grandma was actually alive and well. It had turned out that Fairplay wasn’t playing very fair. Then again, his real name is Jonathan Dalton. Got us again there Jonny!

This time he is making headlines, because of his recent separation to wife Michelle Deighton, who is also a reality star from being a contestant on one of the America’s Next Top Model seasons.

According to TMZ, Fairplay filed for legal separation from Deighton after she left without explanation and took their infant daughter … Read the rest…

VH1′s Premiere Party For Season Three of Basketball Wives

CelebrityMagnet Tom Murro and good friend The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Kim Granatell attended the season three official premiere party for VH1’s hit reality series, Basketball Wives. The Friday event was hosted by stars Shaunie O’Neal, Evelyn Lozado, and Jennifer Williams at Club 4Sixty6 in West Orange, NJ.

The party was held to celebrate the successful premiere of the show, which features the power players behind the NBA’s most sought-after men. The night was packed with plenty of ballers, surprise celebrity guests, and camera crews galore. The attendees were asked to “dress to impress” considering the cameramen were filming the festivities for a future Basketball Wives episode.

Although CelebrityMagnet and Kim G were not too well-versed on the content of the show, they felt what a better way to find out about it than on a weekend at a nice club in New Jersey. As soon as they entered, … Read the rest…

TSA Forces 95-Year Old Woman To Drop Diaper

A lot goes into being airborne in America, with a Transportation Security Administration that acts erratically and often fumbles. This month revealed some unsettling discrepancies in the agency’s defense tactics; after the plane police forced a 95-year-old woman to drop her adult diaper before inspection, and allowed a man with an expired boarding pass and no passport to jet cross-country the next day, travelers became less than trustful in the TSA.

A flustered elder claims that despite being alive for almost a century, the absurd aircraft cops demanded that she ditch her adult underwear. The TSA insists that they would have let the woman keep her pull-ups, and that her coldhearted claim is insulting and inaccurate, ” We have reviewed the circumstances involving this screening and determined that our officers acted professionally, according to proper procedure and did not require this passenger to remove an adult diaper. Various options to … Read the rest…

Want to Visit the Museum of Math?

There are plenty of museums throughout the country, but one that doesn’t exist anywhere in the United States is a math museum. Math enthusiastic Glen Whitney is looking to change that come 2012 when he’ll bring us the Museum of Mathematics, nicknamed MoMath, located in Manhattan on 11 East 26th Street.

Whitney, who has been a math professor as well as an employee at an investment firm where he used algorithms to determine where to put money, aims for this museum to be fun and invigorating. “There are all sorts of myths about mathematics out there,” Whitney explained what we all know to be true, “All these are cultural myths that we want to blow apart.”

With the use of colorful, engaging and interactive props, Whitney hopes the museum to be “a place where that spark can ignite… We want to expose the breadth and the beauty of mathematics,” … Read the rest…

Happy 165th Birthday Saxophone!

On June 28, 1846, Adolphe Sax emerged from his workshop with 14 new babies. These 14 babies were the patents for the saxophone.

The saxophone was initially made out of wood and flared at the tip to create a music-amplifying bell. It came in several sizes ranging from soprano to contrabass.

Before his patents expired, Sax made hardly any money on an instrument that would later revolutionize music. He spent tons of time in court trying to defend against knock-offs, but once the patents expired, many changes were made to the instrument and it became easier to play.

The saxophone appearred in the US in 1888 when Charles Conn of Indiana becgan producing them. They were highly popular for Vaudeville acts before gaining a lot of popularity during the 20′s with jazz. Famous jazz musicians, Charlie Parker and Lisa Simpsons are known particularly for bringing the saxophone into the realms … Read the rest…

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