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cool and alternative way of shutting computer down....... one more method tats all...
13 May 2009
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My 16month old nephew, shuting down the pc.
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Bloodhound Blog Unchained Vance Shutes applies Greg Swann's advice and Traditional real estate office and web 2.0 can co-exist Distributed by Tubemogul.
12 Jun 2008
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Tras comer un rico almuerzo, se parte el pastel, luego comemos, y por último, se guarda el pastel, pero en ese momento la Gabi(shute) comienza a llorar.
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View these Vancouver Apartments on ForRent****: *******www.forrent****/apartment-community-profile/999912409.php Reserve your home today. Choose from our 1 & 2 bedroom apartment homes with washer/dryer. For your convenience there is individual controlled heat, assigned parking available and trash shutes. Esther Short Commons is close to shopping, dining, local businesses, freeways and adjacent to Esther Short Park.
16 Oct 2009
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Louden Swain warms up before his defining match with Brian Shute.
12 Nov 2009
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Contact Debra Paul at 309-251-1824 - Welcome home to Cottonwood Estates Subdivision in East Peoria. This country subdivision is conveniently located just minutes from I-74 and to the entire Peoria area, offering quality-built and affordable NEW construction homes. 35 plus lots are available for only $29,900. This friendly community provides public water and sewer, electricity at the lot line and supports Don Shute Elementary and Lincoln grade schools. This charming NEW ranch is move-in ready boasting an open floor plan with over 1500 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, main floor laundry room, 2-car garage and a full basement. Your builder’s quality touches include hardwood flooring, a screened-in porch, upgraded fixtures with oil-rubbed bronze finish and plastered walls... The master bedroom offers a suite-like atmosphere with its tray ceiling, plush frizee’ carpeting, and a walk-in closet... The master bath features a double vanity and a whirlpool tub with beautiful 20” ceramic tile flooring... Bedrooms 2 and 3 offers plush frizee’ carpeting and double closets with upgraded oil rubbed bronze ceiling fans... The great room features a vaulted ceiling, a gas-log fireplace, and oak flooring that flows through the kitchen and informal dining area, and leads out to a lovely screen-in porch for 3-season entertaining... The novice or professional chef will be thrilled with this showcase island kitchen offering plenty of beautiful maple cabinetry, microwave hood, dishwasher, and a $2500 allowance to choose your own stove and refrigerator.
4 Apr 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY ERIK SHUTE You're watching multisource entertainment news analysis from Newsy A&E’s viewers agreed on Sunday night -- “the Hoff” is becoming a hassle. The network pulled the plug on the reality TV series after only one night and two episodes. The explanation? It just didn’t have the ratings. E! News sees this as a missed opportunity. HASSELHOFF: “That’s kind of what my new show is about. You know, it’s like - the Hasselhoffs. I want people to tune because then they’ll get to know who I really am.” ANCHOR: “Hoff we hardly got to know you! (FLASH) You’d have thought ‘larger-than-life’ David Hasselhoff had plenty of drama to fuel a reality show, but the weekly peek inside this single dad’s world is no more.” New York Magazine’s Vulture breaks down the bad rap. “718,000 people watched the first episode, and 505,000 the second. (As a point of comparison, A&E's Storage Wars debuted to 2 million viewers; more people probably saw The Hasselhoffs inspired/creepy promo ad).” A Boston Herald blog defends the show - comparing it to the ranks of top notch celebreality shows. It asks, “Did A&E even give it a chance?” “Really, A&E? What have you got better to air? Another ‘Hoarders’ marathon? OK, the ratings were terrible - but I don’t recall ‘The Kardashians’ debuting to sparkling numbers." While David had the star-power to back the show’s hype, ABC caught up with the Hasselhoffs and discovered the viewers might have missed the point. The Knight Rider himself admits he wanted to see the 10 episode series follow his daughters’ blossoming music career. ANCHOR: “You two have formed a band?” HAYLEY: “We’re a girl group called Bella Vida” DAVID: “That was the concept of the show was to follow their journey, from the very beginning to now they’ve signed with the Pussy Cat Dolls and so they’re on their way and it took 10 solid episodes.” Adding to the Hoff’s reality TV follies, he left his position as a judge on the popular reality hit America’s Got Talent to be the first star voted off of the last season of Dancing with Stars. Hoff’s publicists told Radar Online he’s calling an end to “celebreality”, and taking his acting in a “more quiet” direction. “‘He is on stage for opening night in London for Captain Hook, that’s what we’re worried about.’ He is appearing in a pantomime version of Peter Pan...” Even though they are off the small screen in the states, should A&E think about releasing the series in Germany? Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy.
15 Dec 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY ERIK SHUTE You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy**** A routine school board meeting ends in gunfire after six board officials are held hostage in Panama City, Florida. Clay Duke, a 56 year-old man cleared the audience, drew a handgun and pointed it at the panel. We must warn you the footage you are about to see is graphic. The first man you’ll hear speak is Superintendent Bill Husfelt. The second man is Duke. (CNN) HUSFELT: “Just listen to me I don't want anybody to get hurt, I got a feeling that what you want is the cops to come in here and kill you because you said you’re going to die today.” DUKE: “I am going to die today.” HUSFELT: “But why? This isn’t worth it. This is a problem. Please don’t, please don’t. Please.” (Shots fired) Members credit their survival to the heroics of security guard Mike Jones. As seen at the end of the video, Jones bursts into the room after the first shot and returns fire, wounding Duke and stopping him from hurting the rest of the members. Upon entering the board meeting, Duke spray-painted a red “V” with a circle around it, referring to the movie “V for Vendetta.” (WJHG) His grudge was with Superintendent Bill Husfelt, who he claimed was responsible for firing his wife. WMBB decided to dig through Duke’s haunted past for answers. “Clay Duke just recently created a Facebook page that shows an obsession with the movie ‘V for Vendetta’. In his about me section Duke said ‘Some people will say I was evil.’ ... Duke as quite a history, this video shows him in court over 10 years ago. Authorities allege he made threats and even shot out the back tires in a woman’s car.” As he taunted the panel with a small handgun, the boardroom hostage-taker did not expect any opposition or the uncanny heroics of Ginger Littleton. After being told to leave, she crept behind Duke and tried to knock the gun out of his hand with her purse. ABC talked with her and asked why she chose fight over flight. ANCHOR: “So what possessed you to come back, take that huge bag, and try to knock it out of his hand?” LITTLETON: “When I turned back around I had a choice of leaving and feeling something bad was about to happen and having to live with myself if it did. I turned back around and he was up on the level with my guys, and they were all sitting there lined up like sitting ducks... My bag was what I had, so that’s what I did.” Remarkably, every member was able to escape the gunfire and leave unharmed. Anderson Cooper talked with the Bay District Superintendent, addressing his calm and collective demeanor while the gun was primarily pointed at him. COOPER: “Everyone’s kind of sitting there and he shoots, I was amazed that you all didn’t immediately run. Did you feel that first shot coming by, because he was shooting at you with the first shot.” HUSFELT: The first shot he was about eight or 10 feet in front of me. And Anderson, I’m telling you, the good Lord was standing in front of me there, because there’s two bullet holes back behind where I sit and that’s the only reason they didn’t hit me.” The only casualty was the gunman Clay Duke, who turned the gun on himself before authorities arrived. Get multisource video news analysis from Newsy
16 Dec 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY ERIK SHUTE You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy FIFA president Sepp Blatter has an ultimatum for gays hoping to travel to Quatar in 2022: you’re invited, but don’t do anything “gay”. During a press conference on Monday, Blatter was asked about Quatar’s anti-gay policies during the World Cup -- here’s how he responded: “Then I would say that they should refrain from any sexual activities. If they want to watch a match somewhere in Qatar in 2022, I’m sure they will be admitted to such matches. I think there is too much concern for the competition that will only be done in 12 years.” (CNN) Gay rights advocates have made it clear -- the concern is very real. In the mainly Muslim country, homosexuality is more than forbidden -- it’s strictly illegal. The BBC says this is just the first of many questions Quatar will have to field while preparing for 2022. “The Gulf state will be the very first Muslim country to host the event, so fans really will find plenty that's different. Drinking alcohol in public is illegal and homosexuality is also outlawed. Blatter’s sure gay fans will be able to attend matches, but it’s a bit bizzare he tried to make light of the situation.” Blatter clarified his choice words by contradicting them a few sentences later. He suggested the Middle East will not take sides -- it’s ready to open up to different cultures. A skeptical Fox News asked its pundits to decide. HOST: “Blatter qualified his blather saying we are living in a world of freedom and said some other crap I chose to ignore. But a reporter raised a good when visiting lands that hate their glands?” COMMENTATOR: “This is ridiculous. Do they really think gay people this far out are planning their sexual activity? Maybe they have a calendar out for 2022? Ok I’m in section F6, this is where it’s all going to happen.” Others defending the Arab emirate think the criticism is too harsh. Blatter’s comments might have been inappropriate, but they weren’t outlandish. Ed Connell of the Gay Football Supporters Network told The Mirror, Blatter just needs to be educated. “While we’re working with the FA [Futbol Association] to get people to understand there is an issue with homophobia around football, Sepp Blatter is simply not getting the issue.” If fans are raising these issues 12 years prior to kickoff, just imagine the escalated debate in the days before the teams arrive. The Wall Street Journal says this boils down to the real issue on everyone’s mind. “The comment... did little to help soccer fans answer a stubborn question that has been asked again and again since the decision was announced: How did Qatar wind up beating the United States, Australia, South Korea and Japan for the 2022 World Cup?” Around the world organizations advocating the rights of gays in soccer are demanding Blatter apologize. Get multisource video news analysis from Newsy
17 Dec 2010
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BY ERIK SHUTE You're watching multisource entertainment video analysis from Newsy. Camille and Kelsey Grammer’s divorce lingers on. Kelsey is leaving the Real Housewives starlet after an alleged affair -- said to be committed while she was filming the hit Bravo series -- went public. HAMMER: “Yeah, this is a woman scorned. This is a woman who was totally blindsided as she told me by Kelsey calling her up on the phone and saying, yeah, I want to call it off.” MITCHELL: “Camille says Kelsey, in fact, pushed her to star on Bravo's reality show ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ in order to distract her so he could have the affair.” (HLN) Months later Kelsey is engaged to his mistress, former flight attendant Kayte Walsh. Access Hollywood reports the 29-year-old is not Mrs. Grammer yet, but Kelsey is taking more than their engagement public -- showing off Kayte with Camille’s children. ANCHOR: “Kelsey Grammer and his wife Camille's divorce is getting uglier by the minute and last night, Kelsey showed up on Letterman with his fiancee and children. Camille's children. The Letterman cutaway shot which cut through Camille's heart. The woman she claims Kelsey cheated on her unleashed an ear-to-ear grin between Camille and Kelsey's two children.” COHEN: “There's a shot of her with the kids on Letterman.” CAMILLE: “He uses them as props. It’s tough, it’s harsh. It hurts, of course.” The trash talking doesn’t end there. Extra notes Camille’s stab at the actor while cross-dressing on Tony-nominated performance in “La Cage aux Folles." REPORTER: "The taunts coming after soon-to-be ex wife’s appearance on Howard Stern.” CAMILLE: “He's in the perfect play.” REPORTER: “Camille referring to his cross dressing role on Broadway.” CAMILLE: “I never said what everybody is insinuating. I'm not going to say that about my husband. But it was a funny. Made for -- i think a really good interview.” So what’s catalyst in all this commotion? Could it be the constant camera face-timing that pushed Camille’s marriage to pass? Author Shanae Hall weighs in on HLN and says -- reality finally caught up with the Grammers. “Well, I don't think you can blame it 100% on reality TV. I would like to blame it on something. But I do think it helps to add fuel because people are judging you. (FLASH) But at the end of the day, he made that decision on his own. It didn't have anything to do with his wife being on reality TV.” But Camille might be ready to burn that Bravo bridge. TMZ reports the Real Housewife is ‘desperate’ to leave the show. “Camille's lawyer, Larry Stein, got Bravo to give her an "out" for Season 2, at her option ... and she has 'til the end of the month to exercise it. We're told Camille will wait to see how she's portrayed in the reunion show before making her decision.” Bravo is in the works of announcing a second season of the Beverly Hills edition of Housewives, but according to TMZ, that might all be ‘foregone’ without their queen of controversy. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource headline news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now -- and here are the headlines you need to know. In world news-- Thousands of Yemenis took to the streets and demonstrated Thursday morning. The demand? For the president to step down. BBC reports -- Yemen’s protests are Tunisia-inspired, much like the ongoing protests in Egypt. The Yemenis complain of increasing poverty, lack of political freedom and corruption. Meanwhile Egypt is entering its third day of demonstrations. Still on world news -- Ugandan gay rights activist David Kato was beaten to death Wednesday. He was 46. The New York Times says Kato’s picture recently appeared in an anti-gay newspaper, under the headline “Hang Them.” A few of Kato’s belongings were missing -- leading police officials to suggest the murder was a case of theft -- not a hate crime. Other gay rights activists disagree. In U.S. news-- Airline passengers, say goodbye to code orange. The Department of Homeland security says it is phasing out the color-coded terror alert system in airports. The five-step color code, ranging from green to red, was introduced soon after 9/11. For aviation, the alert has been on orange -- or high risk of attacks -- since 2006. USA Today reports the codes are being replaced by a system that will give information to law enforcements and potential targets without unnecessarily alarming the public. To finance -- whatever happens in Vegas stays in Vegas -- including foreclosed homes. In a report by RealtyTrac, Las Vegas is leading the nation in foreclosed property -- 1 out every 9 homes has received a default notice of some kind. CNN says, there might be a silver lining -- areas like Sin City have topped the list, but compared to 2009 their overall percentage has dropped. In fact, 10 of the top cities have seen less foreclosures this past year. To the tech world --where Facebook founder Mark Zuckerburg got a rude awakening when some uninvited friends -- hacked his fan page. The hackers posted a message reading: “Let the hacking begin” and continued to say Facebook should invest in more social-driven causes. Slate Magazine says the post generated more than 1800 “likes” before it was pulled. There’s no word from Facebook yet, but the company did post a message reiterating their commitment to user privacy. Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on stories throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Erik Shute... highlighting the top headlines from around the world, making you smarter, faster, and first to know. Watch more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
28 Jan 2011
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Transcript by Newsy BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource headline news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now, and here are the headlines you need to know. First up, world news. Egypt’s demonstrations continue, even after talks between the government and opposition groups are underway. The media report — talks are simply not enough. Bahrain’s Gulf Daily News says the demonstrators are still determined to see President Hosni Mubarak step down — stat. Still, Cairo is slowly returning to business as usual, as authorities increase pressure on those still camped out in Tahrir Square. Al Jazeera has the video. “Protesters say they’ll block any attempt to kick them out.” Also in world news -- Julian Assange is set to fly around the world -- but he’ll be facing trial at every destination. Today the Wikileaks founder started his two day court extradition hearing in Britain. CNN says Assange faces extradition to Sweden for charges of sexual misconduct, and then maybe even the United States to stand trial for espionage. Assange’s lawyer tells CNN he could end up n Guantanamo Bay or executed depending on the final destination. In business news — AOL is acquiring progressive online news site The Huffington Post for $315 million. One blogger at the Guardian seems critical of the deal, saying, quote, AOL’s grubby hands have long been grabbing the stars of the web, hoping a little stardust might rub off. The purchase is the latest in AOL’s news operation shopping spree — the company bought TechCrunch and its family of websites last year. CEO Tim Armstrong is on a mission to reinvent AOL as the “most influential company in content space.” In sports -- the Vince Lombardi trophy is headed back to Green Bay. Last night at Cowboy Stadium, the Packers toppled Big Ben and the Steelers to win their fourth Super Bowl title, 31 to 25. The New York Post reports Green Bay Quarterback Aaron Rodgers took home the MVP trophy as well, something former QB Brett Farve had yet to accomplish during his time with the Packers. Christina Aguilera opened the games with her sweeping rendition of the National Anthem. The Telegraph and other news sources report -- she might have gotten carried away, repeating the same verse twice in front of an audience of more than 100 million viewers. Despite the flub, Aguilera hopes fans can see the “true spirit of the anthem came through.” Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on news throughout the today. For Newsy Now I’m Erik Shute -- highlighting the top headlines from around the world making you smarter, faster, and first to know. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
8 Feb 2011
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Transcript by Newsy BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource headline news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now, and here are the headlines you need to know. First up, world news. Egypt’s demonstrations continue, even after talks between the government and opposition groups are underway. The media report — talks are simply not enough. Bahrain’s Gulf Daily News says the demonstrators are still determined to see President Hosni Mubarak step down — stat. Still, Cairo is slowly returning to business as usual, as authorities increase pressure on those still camped out in Tahrir Square. Al Jazeera has the video. “Protesters say they’ll block any attempt to kick them out.” Also in world news -- Julian Assange is set to fly around the world -- but he’ll be facing trial at every destination. Today the Wikileaks founder started his two day court extradition hearing in Britain. CNN says Assange faces extradition to Sweden for charges of sexual misconduct, and then maybe even the United States to stand trial for espionage. Assange’s lawyer tells CNN he could end up n Guantanamo Bay or executed depending on the final destination. In business news — AOL is acquiring progressive online news site The Huffington Post for $315 million. One blogger at the Guardian seems critical of the deal, saying, quote, AOL’s grubby hands have long been grabbing the stars of the web, hoping a little stardust might rub off. The purchase is the latest in AOL’s news operation shopping spree — the company bought TechCrunch and its family of websites last year. CEO Tim Armstrong is on a mission to reinvent AOL as the “most influential company in content space.” In sports -- the Vince Lombardi trophy is headed back to Green Bay. Last night at Cowboy Stadium, the Packers toppled Big Ben and the Steelers to win their fourth Super Bowl title, 31 to 25. The New York Post reports Green Bay Quarterback Aaron Rodgers took home the MVP trophy as well, something former QB Brett Farve had yet to accomplish during his time with the Packers. Christina Aguilera opened the games with her sweeping rendition of the National Anthem. The Telegraph and other news sources report -- she might have gotten carried away, repeating the same verse twice in front of an audience of more than 100 million viewers. Despite the flub, Aguilera hopes fans can see the “true spirit of the anthem came through.” Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on news throughout the today. For Newsy Now I’m Erik Shute -- highlighting the top headlines from around the world making you smarter, faster, and first to know. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
8 Feb 2011
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource headline news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now, and here are the headlines you need to know. In U.S. news — President Barack Obama is set to unveil a budget proposal for the 2012 fiscal year today. Los Angeles Times says the budget includes spending cuts in popular programs such as airport grants, but also proposes increase in some education sections. This plan is $90 billion smaller than last year and aims to cut $1.1 trillion from the deficit over the next 10 years. Next, to world news. Protests in Egypt continue — this time, the demand is better pay. The media report while some workers are still on strike throughout the country, some, including police officers, also protested in Tahrir Square. BBC reports this was only hours after the military cleared finally cleared the square for the first time in more than 20 days. Meanwhile, the spirit of revolution seems to have spread in the Middle East and North Africa. Algeria, Yemen, Bahrain and Jordan witnessed new protests and clashes over the weekend, while Iran gears up for its first demonstrations in a year. (Video: Al Jazeera) In business news — China has officially overtaken Japan as the world’s second largest economy, and the credit goes to the nation’s booming manufacturing industry. Bloomberg has the video. “This traffic jam of trucks on a major highway in Northern China is emblematic of China’s rapid economic success. The GDP here grew 10.3 percent last year, the fastest pace in three years. Combined that with Japan’s contraction and it’s official: China is now the world’s second largest economy." In the tech blogosphere -- Apple is shrinking the iPhone. A well-timed leak rumored the Silicon Valley company was preparing to launch a smaller iPhone Nano this summer -- in an attempt to overhaul its mobile market. The Wall Street Journal reports the new line of fun-sized iPhones would sell along side their big brother for half the cost -- or no cost at all. A source tells the Wall Street Journal carriers of the new phone could subsidize the entire price of the smartphone with standard contracts. Apple’s mobile platform already accounts for 39% of the company’s yearly revenue. In entertainment -- The 53rd Grammy Award delivered a night of unusual upsets, underdogs wins, and Lady Gaga in an egg. Indie rock band Arcade Fire accepted the Album of the Year award for “Suburbs”, Country trio Lady Antebellum took home Record of the Year and Song of the Year, while indie jazz sensation Esperanza Spaulding shoved Justin Bieber aside to win best new artist. Slate Magazine says the Bieber following was outraged, but if he can survive puberty -- he’ll pull through. The best entrance went to the never-disappointing Lady Gaga who arrived on the red carpet in a semi-transparent egg carried by 5 half dressed ushers. Through the years the Grammy Academy has developed a notoriety for not buying into the pop-star hype -- and last night was no exception. Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on news throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Erik Shute -- highlighting the top headlines making you smarter -- faster. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates throughout the day Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
15 Feb 2011
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource headline news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now — and here are the headlines you need to know. In world news — protests continue to rage in the Middle East, while facing harsh crackdown from the governments. CNN reports — thousands of Iranians demonstrated in Tehran on Monday. Though Iranian leaders praise Egypt’s revolution, the government still unleashed police officers with tear gas and batons to disperse the protesters in Tehran. (Video: CNN) And in Bahrain, two Shi’ite protesters were killed in a clash with the police on Monday — sparking calls from opposition leaders to step up demonstrations. (Video: BBC) To Europe, where Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi will stand trial in April for paying an underage prostitute for sex, as well as abusing his political power to get her out of police custody. Not surprisingly, euronews reports, this case is not helping Berlusconi’s political career. “In the most recent opinion polls, Berlusconi’s party slumped to just 27.2 percent support.” And in US news — on Monday the House voted to extend a few provisions on the decade old PATRIOT Act until Dec. 8. The media report included in the extension are three ways Congress, expanded the FBI’s counter-terrorism powers. Bloomberg says those include wiretap powers, granting access to suspected terrorists’ business and other records. Without new legislation, the provisions would have expired on Feb. 28. In entertainment -- the Grammy’s might be over, but it’s not stopping Justin Bieber’s spoiled losers from venting over the web. ABC reports following the awards night, Bieber fans attacked the Wikipedia page of best new artist Esperanza Spaulding. In their war of words they noted she won the Grammy "by stealing it from Justin Bieber.” One entry even read “GO DIE IN A HOLE... …WHO THE HECK ARE YOU ANYWAY?" Wikipedia locked the page from further editing as the Bieber fan backlash escalated. Spaulding has admitted the award was a surprise and reporters were one in the same. “...they were handing out “cheat sheets” to the reporters to try and explain who this young lady was. So we were interviewing her backstage, not having much of an idea of who we were talking to. We all thought this was Justin’s award, this is a big shocker...” Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on news throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Erik Shute -- highlighting the top headlines making you smarter -- faster. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates throughout the day Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Feb 2011
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