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Master Mason from Brooklyn, NY on Sep.182011
out of 5
We have been feeding our (2) 17 month old German Shepherds a “Holistic Natural” dog food. These large breed dogs needed to gain more weight and I was concerned because the Holistic food kibble was small pieces and didn’t promote chewing.
Considering switching to Pedigree Large breed food my wife put just a few pieces in with the Holistic food to see what the Dogs would do and to her surprise they PICKED OUT the Pedigree kibble first showing they actually preferred and enjoyed it. So I let my dogs decide what they want for dinner and they chose Pedigree.
- Formulated with rich nutrients to support bone and joint health in large breed dogs
- Includes a natural source of Glucosamine to support joint health
- Essential oils and Omega fatty acids promote a healthy, shiny coat
New Psychedelic Weight Loss Drug Transforms Food Into Monstrous Hallucinations (Season 2: Preview from IFC)
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As the host of FactZone, Brooke Alvarez is one of the world’s most recognizable news figures. Growing up in Russia, Brooke dreamed of being famous and powerful. She emigrated to U.S., erased all trace of her Russian accent within three weeks, and began her systematic ascent to the top of the news industry. The details of this rapid climb through the various lesser networks to end up at the Onion News Network was the subject of “The Devil Incarnate” a book refuted by Brooke as “the pathetic scrawlings of a bitter and jealous acne-scarred half-reporter.”
A prolific Twitter user, Brooke tweets 20 to 40 times a day, often while her guests are talking. She’s appeared as herself in more than a dozen motion pictures although there is some debate whether she understood that the words on her teleprompter were fictional and where they would eventually appear. Brooke owns five corgi dogs, her favorite food is kale, and she is married to author Thomas Pynchon.
Brooke is active in charity work, having formed a foundation to teach newscaster dialect to young urban teens. She’s politically motivated as well, publicly campaigning against wind farms whenever her schedule allows.
While the media has made much of her long-standing feuds with both Wolf Blitzer and Yo Yo Ma, Brooke insists she is easy to get along with as long as everyone understands their place.
Brooke stays healthy and happy by swimming 20 miles each day in the resistance pool in her office.
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Can you tell us a little bit about your job as a Hooter’s girl? It’s fun. We do a lot of bikini contests. We are having one on April 28th ya’ll should stop by if your in the neighborhood.
So, do you make good money working at Hooter’s? I work day shift so I only make about $50.00 in tips. The night shift girls make a lot more than I do.
Are you also going to school? Right now I go to Darton college… just for my general studies. I plan on going to the New York Film Academy when I’m done with all that.
When did you graduate from high school? Last year 2006.
Have you ever done any nude modeling? No, I would do a nude photo only if it was tasteful. Now, if playboy asked that would be different I’d be like hell yeah.
Have you ever dated a guy who you met while at work? I‘ve been on a couple dates with some guys I met while working. None of them were keepers. They think that because you work at Hooters your gonna give it up. That’s not true. Maybe some of the girls will but not me.
Next time I go to Hooter’s, what is the best thing I can do to get on the good side of my waitress when I first get there? Go up to a girl and ask her where are her tables at… It makes us feel like you want us to sit with you and we will treat you nicer. Whatever you do not shake your glass to get are attention that is so f’ed up.
What is the average tip for a $10 dinner? If the girl was horrible tip her a dollar just for trying. If she was sweet and did everything right, always had your drink full give her $5.00. Remember we live off are tips. I only get paid $2.13 an hour.
What do you honestly think of the orange shorts? They are so ugly. I love wearing my black ones. The orange shorts is what Hooter’s is known for so I have to like them.
What rules does Hooter’s make you girls follow? We have to wear a lot of makeup. You can not have tats. If you do (like me) you have to cover them up with makeup. You can not wear jewelry, even if you are married. Your boyfriend can not visit you at work, and you can not hangout after work. If you are seen wearing your uniform outside of work you will get fired.
Have you ever fooled around with a boyfriend while wearing the Hooter’s outfit? No not yet. haha
Have you ever fooled around at Hooter’s? No, like I said your man is not allowed at Hooter’s. Plus they have cameras everywhere.
What’s the most embarrassing thing that has happened to you as a waitress? I’ve dropped plates filled with food before. The most embarrassing thing for me is this one time I went to ask if everything okay, but I burped! haha
Is there anything else you would like to talk about? Yeah, Come to the hooters of Albany, Georgia. Sit at my table and give me a fat tip. Go to the Bikini contest April 28th!! Vote for me its my first one.
Well, thanks for your time. Thank you, SnowMan! This interview made my day. Viva AfroSquad!
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Roxxi Laveaux better know as Nikki Roxx on the Independent circuit made her debut on March 2001 after being trained by Killer Kowalski. Soon after, she formed a tag-team with April Hunter called The Killer Babes. It was April Hunter who originally convinced her to try-out at Killer Kowalski’s school, so a tag-team pairing was fitting. She quickly became one of the top female wrestlers on the independent circuit and also made strides in Mexico. The road led her to winning such title as the PGWA Championship, DPW Women’s Championship and many more.
On July 15th 2007 at TNA Wrestling’s Victory Road pay-per-view, she made her TNA debut as “The Voodoo Queen” Roxxi Laveaux aligning herself with the Voodoo Kin Mafia (Kip James & B.G. James). She immediately began a rivalry against Christy Hemme, and began participating in TNA’s Women’s Division.
We recently interviewed April Hunter. I know you’ve wrestled her. What do you think of April?
Well, April is the reason I am a professional wrestler. She was the one who talked me into giving it a try and since that day I have not stopped! I think April is a great wrestler and has a great look. I think any promoter would benefit having her apart of their roster.
What is your ultimate goal in wrestling?
My ultimate goal is to kick ass and enjoy every minute I am in the ring! Of course there is WWE or TNA but ultimately you only live once and why spend the time doing something you don’t love and enjoy.
What would you consider your favorite match?
I’ve had so many great opportunities it’s hard to pick just one match. You learn so much from each one. If I have to pick just one it would be my match against Susan Greene. She has been wrestling for close to 30 years. I learned so much just in that match!
Compared to other female wrestlers, how do you rate yourself?
I think we are all pretty equal. I don’t see anyone as better or less than me. All of us have different talents and when you can bring those talents together they make for a great match.
What do you think of other female wrestlers? Maybe you can tell us your thoughts on Chyna, Trish Stratus, and Tracy Brooks.
I think any girl that can get in the ring in front of a crowd and take the onslaught of the crowd’s comments is a hero. Not only that but just get in there and show everyone that girls are good wrestlers too. It’s an amazing thing.
As for Chyna, she was a pioneer for the girls. She wasn’t some Barbie doll or super model. She was a bodybuilder and she got in there and gave the guys a run for their money. She was my hero! Trish Stratus is great! You saw her first as the valet to T&A (Test and Albert). Then through the years you see her progress into the wrestler she is today. She’s done an amazing job and it motivates me. I see how she worked hard and it paid off.
I’ve actually had the honor to wrestle Tracy a couple times. I enjoy watching her matches and I’m so proud and happy to see how far wrestling has taken her. She totally deserves it!
What got you interested in wrestling?
I’ve always watched wrestling. It was a family thing to sit down and watch wrestling. Then as I got older my mom would bring me to Boston Garden to see the shows. But, I always just thought the wrestlers just showed up and wrestled. I had no idea there was actual training for this sort of thing.
So, one of my buddies asked for me to go to Killer Kowalski’s Wrestling Institution with him and I did. From there I met April Hunter and the rest is history.
Where do you see yourself in five years?
Kicking ass of course!
What’s your favorite TV show and what do you do for fun?
I love ESPN’s Cold Pizza and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends on Cartoon Network. I love cartoons! Thank you God for making Cartoon Network! .
For fun I love going to the gym, movies, reading comics (yes I love comics too!), and just having fun! Oh yea! And watching wrestling tapes and DVDs!
Do you have any workout tips for us?
Don’t call it dieting! It is limiting your food intake. And, give yourself one meal a week to have whatever you want. But, only one meal! It helps you stay dedicated to your limited food intake.
Is there anything you would like to say to your fans?
I’d like to thank each and every one of them. They are always so great to me! Thank you for your support!
Have you ever seen our site before? What do you think of NinjaPimp?
I think you guys are great! I’m honored to do the interview with NinjaPimp! I’m sure I will make all the other chick wrestlers jealous!
What’s something not many people know about you?
Normally, it’s the comic book thing. No one ever suspects I’m THAT much of a dork but I totally am! I love comics!
Well, thanks for the interview… it has been fun!
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Slyck, how is your wrestling career going now-a-days?
Good, I just came back from Japan and am looking forward to going back soon.
Who are some of the guys who influenced your career?
Shawn Michaels, Mr Perfect, and Rick Rude.
Who do you think are some of the better independent wrestlers out there?
John Walters, Homicide, and Low Ki.
What about the ladies. Who are your favorites?
Jazz, Trinity, and April Hunter.
I always see your name with April Hunter’s. What is your relationship?
She’s my manager inside the business, and my best friend outside of it.
Do you think you’ll ever feud with her? I think there is real potential for a long term feud.
Maybe, but what’s in it for me? It’s no big deal if I beat a woman.
Why do you think you don’t see long term feuds in the independents anymore?
They could really help increase attendances because people would be more familiar with why people are wrestling. I don’t know, but that’s a really good point. I’m guessing it’s hard without TV exposure.
What about racism in wrestling. How do you feel about characters like Kamala and Saba Simba?
I’m not gonna judge those guys because they did what they had to do to put food on the table.
Where do you see your character in 5 years?
I’m hoping to be on the next level making a name for myself.
If you could work a program with anyone, who would it be?
Shawn Michaels, he inspired me to become a pro wrestler.
If you formed a new stable with other wrestlers, who are your ideal partners?
Homicide and Low Ki. What would we be called? Black Wrestlers.
Well thanks for your time.
No problem, thanks. http://www.slyckwagnerbrown.com/
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This week’s review is of the Yard (4300 Sixth St. S, St. Petersburg; 727-498-8809), which is a sports bar at its heart, but with better food than you would expect to find at such a place. It is in the spot formerly occupied by Shackelton’s Folly in southern St. Petersburg. Here is a link to the review, and here is one to the restaurant’s site, which is just the menu. (Some of the prices are out of date on the menu. The ones that are wrong have gone down.)
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– Chatterbox, a longtime breakfast and lunch joint in downtown St. Petersburg (and a favorite of former Times food critic Christopher Sherman) recently closed. It will be replaced by Lay Thai (56 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St., St. Petersburg; 727-823-0605). The plan is to be open in the next couple of weeks.
– The Yard (4300 Sixth Street S, St. Petersburg; 727-498-8809) will open in the spot formerly occupied by Shackleton’s Folly. Co-owner Michael Perry says the place has gotten a bit of a makeover and added a stage for live music. Jim McConnell, formerly a manager at Pepin, is coming in and doing a menu with Perry, featuring upscale pub food and custom pizzas. Perry said there are also plans for a “taco bar,” where the parts are brought out to the table and you and the rest of your table assemble your own. Interesting idea. The menu will be “extensive,” with nothing more than $15, and most everything less than $10, he said. Target opening date is in mid-November.
(Thanks to Peter Schorsch of St. Petersblog for those two tips.)
– At the Tahitian Inn (601 S Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa; 800-876-1397), a new restaurant is opening for dinner service. Kon Tiki, where chef Erin Guggino’s menu will feature what she is calling Latin-Asian fusion, will set up shop in the hotel’s café. The café will remain open for breakfast and lunch, with Kon Tiki taking the space over Tuesday through Saturday, 5 p.m.-10 p.m.
– L’Moe’s restaurants (4201 4th St. N, St. Petersburg; 727-498-8561) recently expanded its dining room and bar area, and can now host private events. Up next: outdoor garden seating.
– The Dog House (2901 Tyrone Blvd, St.Petersburg; 727-343-1400), a biker themed bar and grill, is planning to open this weekend in a spot formerly occupied by Hooter’s. It appears to be a burgeoning chain, with locations in Daytona, Fayetteville, N.C.; and Myrtle Beach, S.C.