21 surprising celeb side businesses
We're used to singers producing records and models backing clothing lines. But these days, you'll find entertainers doing things like backing tech startups, cleaning oil spills and running a general store.
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MSN, You are a loser! Am not clicking to another dead end to get info you
promised from this one. Go **** yourself.
The more we know.. the less we need!
I agree, MSN pulls this crap all the time. They lead you into an article and then you have click on other links and search around for the answers which turn out to be a waste of time anyway.
I don't even bother any more.
VERY VERY STUPID!!!
OK, admit it -I have tried a few of those celebrities' items.
The good ones:
Ackroyd's vodka: 2 thumbs up
Sammy's Cabo Wabo: EXCELLENT (but expensive) tequila
Newman's Own: great coffee, popcorn and dressing. I like the charity work
Manson's Absynthe: I love absynthe. This was garbage.
I've seen Gwen Stefani's and Madonna's clothing lines...and I wouldn't put those trashy rags on my worst enemy's dead dog.
At this point, I've stopped buying anything that's got a celebrity's name on it, except for the 3 good mentions above.
The "next" funciton isn't even working.
The 21 individual pages is how they artificially inflate their stats for the Bing search engine. Everything is a Bing query, instead of giving you the story the highlighted. If I wanted to do a query, I woudd DO A QUERY! And MSN has the default search engine set to Bing and you can't change it. And of course, now they have commercials to try to convince people to use it. I DON"T LIKE BING!
And don't get me started on WUNDERWALL! I wish the headlines would identify that the story is on Wonderwall, so I could not have to click on it to find out.
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