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'Shark. Jumped.' Piers Morgan's choice for next U.S. president blasted

The former nanny of New York City who recently stamped his own ticket to heaven has a new organization called Everytown for Gun Safety. Having pledged to spend $50 million pushing gun control got Piers Morgan excited enough to say Michael Bloomberg belongs in the White House: 379 more words

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Less Nudity, More Examples

15-16 Apr 2014

I’d finally finished the videocast portion of my final year project, and had sent it off to my project supervisor. I teleported to a stage, much like the one from X-factor auditions except all of the seats were empty, other than the four for the judges. 253 more words


Piers Tears: Another Fake Mirror Front Page

Under the headline “Britain, 2014.” the Mirror’s front page is really going for emotional shock factor today:

The only problem is that the picture is not… 104 more words


‘A Selfish Good Deed’: 4 Reasons Why Tourists Should Visit Post-Revolution Egypt in 2014

I have recently spent eight days ambling around the Egyptian regions of Cairo, Bawiti, Aswan and Luxor, throwing away my money, losing everything I own and being eaten by several thousand mosquitoes… 927 more words

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CNN's Replacement for Piers Morgan? Primetime Specials

Expect a formulaic change for the 9 pm hour.

CNN is replacing Piers Morgan’s prime-time talk show with not one program but several — featuring personalities like Mike Rowe, John Walsh, Lisa Ling, Anthony Bourdain and Morgan Spurlock.

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Richard Deitsch vs. Piers Morgan is the Media Feud You Didn't Know You Wanted

Dick Douche? > RT @richarddeitsch Piers Morgan part of Fox Sports’s FA Cup coverage. This is why soccer fans don’t trust Fox w/ World Cup.

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CNN replacing Piers Morgan with specials

NEW YORK (AP) — CNN is abandoning the talk show that anchored its prime-time schedule for three decades with Larry King and Piers Morgan in favor of several documentary-like series with personalities like Anthony Bourdain, Mike Rowe and John Walsh. 311 more words