"Pop news" time everybody. We begin with a friend of robin's sort of. Mark Zuckerberg and his wife were named the biggest philanthropists for 2013. The 29-year-old an his bride made donations... See More
"Pop news" time everybody. We begin with a friend of robin's sort of. Mark Zuckerberg and his wife were named the biggest philanthropists for 2013. The 29-year-old an his bride made donations totalling $970 million. Get this, the top 50 donors on the list gave an excess of $7.5 billion to charity last year alone. It indicates, according to the control kl's editors, a sure sign that the economy is getting better and people are more comfortable making massive contributions. Oh, for a billion to give away. Didn't Warren Buffett bring them together? Yes, the giving pledge. A gift for you. A husky mix named roo, crowned king of the mutts at this year's Westminster dog show this weekend. I so enjoyed watching this. Roo zipped through tunnels and over the ramp, around the poles. It was the first time in 130 years that mixed breeds or all-americans as they call them at Westminster, wink, wink, were allowed to compete. Roo was a shelter dog returned to the shelter several times because of his high-energy personality. Aren't we going to have best in show here? Best in show. By that, we mean K.J. Is coming. Thank you, he needs love. You're welcome. And finally, supermodel Kate Upton got a most unexpected marriage proposal over the weekend. No, not from her handsome baseball beau, Justin Verlander. No, he stepped away for a moment and stuff stepped in. The Orlando mas kotd swept in, proposed marriage on the spot. He gave Kate quite the rock. Verlander came back and posted, I was gone for five minutes. The green dragon replied, when you got it, you got it, Verlander. No word on whether she accepted. She's wearing the ring. A shoutout to all of the masco mascots. They work so hard. They do. She calls herself food babe. An activist blogger blowing the whistle on the bread used by a
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