MICHAEL MOORE's latest movie and it's a love story

Fans of the film-maker and self-proclaimed social-conscience, Michael Moore, has unveiled the title for his new film.

According to the Paramount gang the Oscar®-winning filmmaker’s October 2nd release is a “Love Story” – about Capitalism.

“(Beverly Hills, CA) July 8, 2009— Capitalism: A Love Story is the newly unveiled title of Oscar®-winner Michael Moore’s latest documentary feature.
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UPDATE FARRAH'S DEATH. Original story posted: Farrah near death - we'll never forget these pop culture images - they're etched into our minds


With the actress Farrah Fawcett and style icon reportedly close to death, just days after longtime love Ryan O’Neal revealed the couple were getting married, it’s had me thinking about life, celebrity, perception and most importantly, the legacies that all of us _ celebrity or not _ will end up leaving.
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Gisele Bundchen is baby bound . . . ?

And now just for a completely happy story about two pretty people having a baby...

According to that renowned London-based tweeter and hugely successful pap, Mr Paparazzi (he’s the wildly eccentric and multi-colored hair Aussie ex-pat Darren Lyons) the simply beautiful Brazilian-born model, Gisele Bundchen, is definitely pregnant to her American footballer hubby, Tom Brady.
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Sobbing, Sarah and the Senate - what a completely silly story

Isn’t this whole crying kid in the senate ‘furore’ just a big joke?

Greens senator (at left) Sarah Hanson-Young (she would have to be a greenie) tries to get us all feeling sorry for her and says she will attempt to get parliament to change their kiddie-friendly rulings. It’s all just too ridiculous.

The senate, like a dangerous building site, a budget meeting, running a mr Whippy van or standing behind a bank teller’s desk (do they still exist?) is NO place for a two-year-old.
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Rockpool IS the new Otto. You go to meet. And even to eat . .

With the transient nature of the Sydney culinary scene, the relatively fresh and new Rockpool Bar & Grill IS the new Otto.

No, no, not on the food stakes (both cook totally different beasts in their respective kitchens) but for those who perceive that ‘power’ resides in a restaurant seat and the people that surround you, this is it.

The ‘bar’ part (a more workers-in. workers-out kind of vibe) is just next to the ‘grill’ (more upmarket and under the expanse of the most exquisite and grand polished granite, Hawkesbury sandstone and terrazzo floors, all mixed together by Balmain architect, Emil Sodersten.

The art deco building was opened in 1936 and while some of the clients may look like they were born around that time too, it’s a mater of wherever you look, there is some kind of self-anointed (or serious) Sydney ‘player’ chowing down on Neil Perry’s marvellous meats, seafood and a pot pourri of simply great food.
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