If you’re anywhere on the east coast, chances are you’ve had your fair share of Poland Spring bottled water. In a Feb. 7 press release on its website, Poland Spring explained that some bottles may have become contaminated during Superstorm Sandy and that at least one person had gone to the hospital due to contaminated water. Maybe I should switch to Fiji…Find out what was in the water after the jump.
One of the biggest names leading up to the NBA trade deadline was Josh Smith of the Atlanta Hawks. The team was publicly hesitant about giving Smith the max contract he desired and it was believed he would walk at the end of the season. Because of those reasons many assumed that without a doubt he would be traded before the deadline. Hawks GM Danny Ferry shocked everyone when he pulled the plug on a potential deal with the Milwaukee Bucks and decided to keep the soon to be free agent. It turns out he may pay dearly for that decision one way or another. Read more after the jump.
Otis Damon Harris, a former temptation died at 62 after a 14 year long battle with prostate cancer. Harris began his musical career in a group called the Young Tempts, who were forced to change their name to the Young Vandals after a Motown injunction. Harris eventually worked his way onto the actual Temptations replacing lead tenor Eddie Kendricks. Harris was with the Temptations from 1971-75, a strong period for Motown Group despite high overturn.
Thank God the Oscars didn’t ever come out with a decency rule like the Grammys, or else we wouldn’t have seen these amazing ensembles. Check out the gallery of the most outrageous Oscar outfits after the jump.