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John & Ann Betar get the top two spots today. They have been married nearly 81 years. Amazing.
Meanwhile, on the opposite end of the spectrum, Leo DiCaprio and Bradley Cooper looked at women at a pool in Miami and then went
inside to look at them with binoculars and to be closer to the lube.
The kitten has now replaced the iron in Monopoly. I think people miss the point. The iron symbolizes the day to day drudgery of life which is what Monopoly is all about and also symbolizes that you have to have the fortitude of an iron to make it through an entire game without having to pee.
Last time this didn't work out so well for Rihanna. Notice how she is protecting her face from Chris Brown just in case a bird hits the windshield.
Charlize Theron even makes smoking look sexy.
Day 82 of Elizabeth Banks wearing the same dress in this movie.
George Lucas and his buddy Steven Spielberg.
The Goopster sucks in the air for her midday meal.
Superman and his girlfriend Gina Carano at the airport.
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