When you think of a menacing dog, doberman or pit bull might come to mind. Not a pack of wild chihuahuas. But it seems they found strength in Numbers and they're actually terrorizing a community in... See More
When you think of a menacing dog, doberman or pit bull might come to mind. Not a pack of wild chihuahuas. But it seems they found strength in Numbers and they're actually terrorizing a community in Arizona. Animal control workers in Phoenix say they've had thousands of calls about the strays. And Kevin spacey's frank Underwood from the show "House of cards" is also finding strength in Numbers. The viewing kind. There is but one rule. Hunt or be hunted. Welcome back. Netflix released season 2 this weekend, leaving many of the estimated 13 million fans to stay glued to their couches for a 13-hour marathon. Even the Twitter page associated with president Obama tweeted "No spoilers please." And the show's fictional Washington, D.C. May hit a little close to home. According to spacey. We can get done shooting on a day and I'll come home and turn on the news and I'll think, you know, our storylines are not that crazy. They're really not. Here I am. An actress. Representing at least in some sense an industry that places crushing standards on all of us. "Juno" actress Ellen page came out in front of hundreds at a conference for the human rights campaign foundation. And I am here today because I am gay. The inspiring speech quickly found a much larger audience. And nearly 4 million views later page tweeted she is profoundly grateful for all the support. Will there be box office support too? She's set to play Julianne Moore's lover in the upcoming indie drama.
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