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Even the famously taciturn contrarian Robert Altman, honoree with a lifetime achievement award, kept his remarks genial and apolitical.
Jennifer, who is sporting a new blonde 'do for her role as a reporter, famously ditched hubby number two, dancer Cris Judd, after falling for hunky Gigli co-star Ben Affleck.
His invitation will be seen as a reward for never having spoken publicly about his famously open marriage.
Popping diamonds into a high-pressure oven for a few minutes can render the famously hard minerals even harder, researchers have found.
So is a famously tolerant city now trying to squeeze out its eccentrics?
The second reason that Rove will have trouble burnishing his genius rep is that he works for a Bush, a family that is famously loyal to its retainers, but not famously generous sharing the spotlight with them.
The most credible dissenter, of course, was Dwight Eisenhower, who in his 1961 farewell speech famously warned of the military-industrial complex's growing influence.
Deryk Schlessinger, son of the famously antigay radio talk-show host Laura Schlessinger, on what his mother thinks of his opening a hookah bar in Hillsdale, Mich.
By revealing the mechanisms by which art, celebrity, and crime intersect and repeat one another, Clem makes a rudimentary diagram of the American psyche while flattening Klein's cosmic nothingness onto the same surface that transmits and equalizes everything from the riots in Seattle to Calista Flockhart's famously anorexic figure.
That's the crew that famously dubbed fettuccine Alfredo a "heart attack on a plate" and wildly predicted gastrointestinal armageddon if the fat substitute olestra ever became popular.
Joseph Lister's famously clean hospital wards were anything but.