|Nik Walenda Completes High-Wire Feat|
Famed tightrope walker Nik Walenda completed a death-defying 500-yard walk, 1,499 feet above the Little Colorado River gorge in Arizona Sunday night.
Wait. He walked over what? Hasn't this stunt been touted for weeks as a high-wire walk over the Grand Canyon?
The Social Climber isn't one for splitting hairs but, nevertheless, wants to set the record straight.
Walenda's walk, for which he wore no harness but did wear elk-skin shoes, is pretty remarkable. But it comes with an asterisk. The gorge over which he walked is near the Grand Canyon. But it's not the actual Grand Canyon.
That means you can still be the first person to officially cross the Grand Canyon on the high wire without a harness. What are you waiting for? Go buy some elk shoes and get practicing.
|We're Still Talking About Mayim Bialik's Breasts|
Mayim Bialik, the hat-wearing star of "Blossom," doesn't want to talk anymore about her breast-feeding her son until he was 4-years-old but, apparently, everyone else does.
"Just because I'm a public person, who happened to have breast-fed and slept with her kids, that doesn't mean that I want to fight with you on the street or in the supermarket," Bialik, a vocal proponent of "attachment parenting," wrote on the blog site Kveller.
I think we all know what Joey Lawrence would say about this. "Whoa!"
|Now, We're Also Talking About Courtney Stodden's Breasts|
Courtney Stodden, the teen bride and tabloid staple famous for wearing absurdly skimpy clothing, got breast implants.
|It's Not a Poodle. It's a Cat.|
Coming to an Instagram account near you: Meet the Selkirk Rex, a newly identified breed of curly-furred cat.
Nicknamed the "poodle cat" for its distinct curly coat, the newly classified breed can be traced back to a single recent ancestor, a feral cat born in Montana in 1987 and named Miss DePesto.
|Warren Sapp Trash Talks Michael Strahan|
Michael Strahan, the former New York Giants defensive end-turned television talk show host, does not deserve to be inducted to the NFL Hall of Fame, NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp said.
Sapp accused Strahan, now the star of ABC's "Live with Kelly and Michael," of targeting the weakest members of opposing teams during his time in the NFL.
"Strahan lined up against the worst lineman on every down," Sapp told the Tampa Tribune.