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15 Oct 2009
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In this interview with Frederic he talks about controversy in the raw food diet. Fred's been eating a raw diet a long time and wrote some raw food books.
16 Oct 2009
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Controversial goal - Stupid keeper
28 Dec 2009
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Ram Gopal verma is now back with a new controversy brewing over his upcoming film Rann starring Amitabh Bachchan. The brush revolves around a film song that is a take on the Indian national anthem.
5 Jan 2010
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It seems Saif’s first home production has run into some controversy regarding the look of his character Veer Singh who is a Sikh.The Punjab Cultural and Heritage Board has apparently sent a note to Saif, his production partner Dinesh Vijan, and director Imtiaz Ali over their protest against what they are calling Saif’s ‘trimmed’ beard.
5 Jan 2010
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Some of the biggest magazines in the country are causing controversy with their latest covers — but is the bad buzz intentional?
13 Feb 2010
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Written and directed by John Deery, and inspired by true events, Conspiracy of Silence highlights the Catholic Church’s present-day dilemma on its doctrine on catholic celibacy. Featuring a superb ensemble cast including Academy Award winner Brenda Fricker, Sean McGinley, John Lynch and Hugh Bonneville, the film also includes a cameo from the legendary Irish chat show host, Gay Byrne. How far will the Catholic Church go to cover up its own hypocrisy? Conspiracy of Silence touches on catholic controversy and tells the church scandal story of a young trainee priest torn between the love for his girlfriend and his vocation to the Catholic Church. Whether you’re looking for catholic films, or controversial films in general, this is a must see.. Buy the award winning DVD or watch the movie online here: *******www***nspiracyofsilence******/
2 Apr 2010
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*******webtrafficandmarketing****/forums/general-marketing/448-google-sniper-system-has-controversial-opinions.html I recently went through the Google Sniper system and discovered the approach of having 3000 phrase searches monthly.
17 May 2010
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Ashley Greene appears nude in new sobe life water commercial, even after the she had the controversial nude photos taken off the perezhilton website.
7 Jul 2010
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BY SAMANTHA MCCLENDON You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Pretty cool right? Believe it or not, these little fish are stirring up big controversy. Hundreds of millions watched this trick as it was performed on the most watched television event of the year in China. (Video from: R3load Network) Now some animal rights groups are saying this is abuse. ABC has the story. “They believe magnets were implanted in the fish or that they were controlled by electric currents. Goldfish are a symbol of wealth in China.” The magician tweeted the fish are living happily, but a writer for Pledging for Change isn’t buying it... MADELINE BERNSTEIN: "There is the genuine concern that people will try these things at home and cause harm to more animals and themselves.” ABC, MSNBC, FOX News, and other news organizations are covering the story, but what’s the big deal? They’re just fish right? One MSNBC reporter thinks it’s just a simple trick. “I mean how in the world could that be abuse? That looks like so much fun to me.” But 53 animal protection groups sent a joint letter to CCTV chiefs asking them not to air the act again -- according to What’s on Sanya. It quotes a researcher at a Beijing-based NGO who says... LIU HUIYI: "Although there is no specific regulations on animal performances in China (apart from at zoos and wildlife parks), we should try to keep an eye on it, especially when it comes to large parties or ceremonies." So do you think these fish are getting too much attention? Or do you say “Save the fish!”? Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos Get more multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
22 Feb 2011
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BY JACQUELINNE MEJIA You're watching multisource entertainment news analysis from Newsy A star not usually on the ‘what not to wear’ list...Beyonce. The singer posed for French magazine L’Officiel for its March issue and has been receiving negative backlash from some in the fashion media for wearing blackface makeup in a portion of the shots. With an ‘African Queen’ theme behind the photoshoot, Beyonce’s ‘look’ aimed to channel Fela Kuti, a Nigerian musician and human rights activist, whose music inspired her forthcoming album. (Video from TF1) A blogger for Jezebel writes, while fashion has been known to push boundaries, it’s a different story when one tries to group an entire continent full of different tribes and cultures into one skin color. “What makes someone black — or African, for that matter — is not her skin tone. [...] It's one thing to feel moved by Fela Kuti, and quite another to treat blackness as a fashion accessory, like a pair of glittery heels you put on because it looks cool.” A blogger for iLuLuOnline, who is of Nigerian heritage herself, finds the cover shoot offensive, and suggests that a little more research should have gone into this ‘homage.’ “In Nigeria we have all shades of black so I’m not really sure how this is a tribute to Fela. And I don’t even see how the clothes factor into the tribute. The only thing close to anything I’ve seen my mom wear or that I wore as a kid is the headress and even then it’s not tied properly.” But a blogger for CourtneyLuv suggests looking at the shoot as art and fashion mixed together. “I can understand the negative connotation [regarding] blackface. But being that models are blank canvases and nothing more, and designers have to dress them and paint them in such a way that it gets [people] talking whether it be positive or negative, I would say no harm no foul.” An entertainment reporter for The Scoop tells MSNBC that the media has always had an eye on Beyonce regarding skin color controversy. “[...] this comes also on the heels Tamron of a controversy saying she was lightening her skin and lightening her hair color, there is an interesting look at that on the Grio**** as well. So people are weighing in over this whether they think it’s artistic expression or whether it’s abandoning her roots.” (AOC) So can Beyonce ever win? That’s the question a blogger for MissJia**** asks after reactions on both sides of the color spectrum have sparked debate. “When a new L’Oreal ad is released, there are complaints of her face being “too light” or features being altered in photoshop so that she more closely resembles a white woman. [...] I think that most won’t be satisfied until she’s permanently ‘caramel’ and even then, it’d cause drama on either end.” A statement from the magazine says the singer ‘voluntarily darkened’ her skin for the shoot. So what do you think? Overreaction, or does this photo shoot have controversy painted all over it? Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Transcript by Newsy
26 Feb 2011
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BY ADAM SPENCER ANCHOR ALEX ROZIER You're watching multisource sports news analysis from Newsy. Twitter is a dangerous place for professional athletes. The latest player to come under national scrutiny for questionable tweets is Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall, who had some very unpatriotic words to say about the death of Osama bin Laden. ESPN explains... “Americans’ response to bin Laden’s killing has ranged from great relief to full-on rejoicing. For some, the news, while welcome, isn’t necessarily cause for such displays of jubilation. Steelers’ Rashard Mendenhall, for one, tempered on Twitter, writing, ‘What kind of person celebrates death? It’s amazing how people can HATE a man they’ve never even heard speak.’ ‘We’ve only heard one side.’ Then, concerning the collapse of the twin towers, ‘We’ll never know what really happened. I just have a hard time believing an airplane can take down a skyscraper demolition style.’” Rumors are already circulating about how the Steelers will handle this situation. A writer for Steelers Depot says he wouldn’t be surprised if Mendenhall is traded or released before the 2011 season opens... “The Steelers organization hates to be viewed in a negative light ... and they try their best not to be cast in a negative spotlight. In short, they want to be known as a class organization. While Mendenhall is certainly protected by his first amendment rights, it does not mean his employer, the Steelers, have to agree with his viewpoints, and it is very obvious that they don’t.” ADD: *******www.steelersdepot****/2011/05/ /comment-page-1/ But, a writer for Pro Football Talk believes it’s not a first amendment issue, but a celebrity issue, saying Mendenhall’s comments are a bigger deal because of his fame. “This isn’t a matter of free speech, a right that we respect, honor, and cherish. It’s about business, and football players are in the entertainment business. For the same reasons that actors and singers sometimes find themselves vilified for making unpopular political comments, athletes can suffer the same fate.” Maybe it’s time for Mendenhall to give up Twitter for awhile. Because, as a Chicago Tribune writer points out, this isn’t the first time he’s caused controversy with his tweets... “You might recall the way Mendenhall tweeted support of the moronic stylings of Minnesota’s Adrian Peterson a while back, even after Peterson backed off comparing NFL players to slaves. Mendenhall specified that they run a parallel course. Yes. Well. Just as long as you ignore, I don’t know, everything.” Steeler’s owner Art Rooney II has issued a response to Mendenhall’s tweets on the team’s website, saying he doesn’t know what Mendenhall meant by the tweets and that the Steelers’ organization is proud of the men and women serving overseas. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
7 May 2011
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*******DCincome**** Discover why a simple and effective chiropractic marketing tactic created so much controversy. If more chiropractors knew how to harness this strategy, they'd see more of the US population that medical doctors do. Unfortunately you won't hear about this tactic anywhere else. Watch the video now. - Matthew Loop PS - Check-out the blog post at: *******DCincome****/blog/ chiropractic marketing chiropractic blogs chiropractic blog blogging for chiropractors chiropractic blogging social media for chiropractors chiropractic social media chiropractic controversy chiropractic marketing online chiropractic websites websites for chiropractors Facebook Ads for chiropractors Facebook for chiropractors Facebook chiropractic marketing chiropractic marketing on Facebook
27 Jun 2011
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French Android app developers have launched a controversial app that asks parents a series of questions to determine their son's sexuality.
30 Sep 2011
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Is the trusted Dr. Oz way off base with his latest claim? A misleading study leads most experts to disagree with findings. Could Dr. Oz and his team be causing controversy to improve ratings?
7 Oct 2011
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Controversial goal - Stupid keeper
22 Mar 2012
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