Feb 20, 2010
Jesse James seems like a tough guy but he was very upset after his beloved dog Cinnabun went missing last month. But thankfully a woman found his pooch and the two were reunited. Read more on this story below.
Actress Sandra Bullock’s husband was worried he’d never see his dog again after she had been missing for over three weeks.
“It’s been just over 3 weeks since we last saw her,” Jesse posted on the West Coast Choppers Web site. “[We] were starting to wonder if we’d ever get her back.”
Jesse put out an offer for a reward and received several false leads. But a woman named Rosaura in Los Angeles found Cinnabun and returned her to Jesse James.
“Woooooo Hooooo!!!! It’s Her!!!” Jesse tweeted. “So Happy! She looks like she hz had quite the Adventure!”
Jesse and Sandra had hired dog detectives Find Toto last month, offering a $2,000 reward for the dog.
“The search is over!” he wrote on his blog. “We got a call from a gal by the name of Rosaura in Los Angeles today saying she had Cinny. Since we have had quite a few false alarms, we were cautiously optimistic. She said she’d bring Cinnabun to us, and everyone at the shop was really anxious for her to get here to see if it was, in fact, Cinny.
“The car pulls in, the door flings open, and out pops Cinnabun! It’s been just over 3 weeks since we last saw her, and were starting to wonder if we’d ever get her back…and there she was.”
“She’s in good shape,” the blog reads. Maybe a few pounds thinner than when she left. But super happy to be home. We’re taking her to the vet to get her all checked out and chipped, and GPS’d, and live-tracked by Google Earth…the works. We don’t want to lose this little gal again!!!”
Awww… sweet huh?
Kourtney Kardashian has finally kicked her baby-daddy, Scott Disick, to the curb! Read more on their break-up below!
Reality star Kourtney Kardashian has ended her relationship with douche Scott Disick because she felt “trapped”. But Scott has given her plenty of reasons to dump his lame ass.
Kourtney, 30, ended things with Scott Disick, the father of her two-month-old son Mason, because she was becoming frustrated with his behavior.
A source told In Touch magazine: “Kourtney resents Scott for his behavior. They fight about almost everything when they’re together.
“From what I’ve seen, when Kourtney has needed help, she has had to ask.”
Kourtney doesn’t get any help from Disick with the baby says a friend. “From what I’ve seen, Scott doesn’t really hold the baby. He acts like it is a huge hassle if he has to do anything like put down his phone to hold the baby.”
Scott Disick has been accused of being a major cheater and also chides Kourtney about her baby weight.
The source added: “To him, it’s joking, but to her it’s taunting. She is really trying to lose it, but it isn’t coming off as fast as she’d like.”
And if you caught the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” show, you would have seen Scott Disick get wasted drunk when in Las Vegas to celebrate Kim’s birthday and attend an important business meeting
Scott gets into a scuffle with Rob Kardashian, with Kris Kardashian having to break up the fight. Kris and Kourtney get Scott in the hotel room to sober up but he shows up to the business dinner anyway.
Scott Disick was obnoxious and even argued with a waiter and shoved a $100 bill in his mouth. What a jerk!
A somber Tiger Woods apologized today for his numerous affairs and said he will be returning to rehab for sex addiction. See Tiger Woods’ press conference video below, along with a transcript.
The shamed golfer Tiger Woods made a teary-eyed and seemingly heartfelt apology in his press conference today and said he will be returning to rehab for treatment.
Here is the Full Transcript of Tiger’s Press Conference Speech:
Good morning, and thank you for joining me.
Many of you in this room are my friends. Many of you in this room know me. Many of you have cheered for me, you worked with me, or you supported me. Now every one of you has good reason to be critical of me. I want to say to each of you, simply and directly, I am deeply sorry for my irresponsible and selfish behavior I engaged in.
I know people want to find out how I could be so selfish and so foolish. People want to know how I could have done these things to my wife, Elin, and to my children. And while I have always tried to be a private person, there are some things I want to say.
Elin and I have started the process of discussing the damage caused by my behavior. As Elin pointed out to me, my real apology to her will not come in the form of words. It will come from my behavior over time. We have a lot to discuss. However, what we say to each other will remain between the two of us.
I am also aware of the pain my behavior has caused to those of you in this room. I have let you down. And I have let down my fans. For many of you, especially my friends, my behavior has been a personal disappointment. To those of you who work for me, I have let you down personally and professionally. My behavior has caused considerable worry to my business partners, to everyone involved in my foundation, including my staff, board of directors, sponsors, and most importantly, the young students we reach. Our work is more important than ever. Thirteen years ago, my dad and I envisioned helping young people achieve their dreams through education. This work remains unchanged and will continue to grow. From the Learning Center students in Southern California to the Earl Woods scholars in Washington, D.C., millions of kids have changed their lives and I am dedicated to making sure that continues.
But still, I know I have bitterly disappointed all of you. I have made you question who I am and how I could have done the things I did. I’m embarrassed that I have put you in this position. For all that I have done, I am so sorry. I have a lot to atone for.
But there’s one issue I really want to discuss. Some people have speculated that Elin somehow hurt or attacked me on Thanksgiving night. It angers me that people would fabricate a story like that. Elin never hit me that night or any other night. There has never been an episode of domestic violence in our marriage, ever. Elin has shown enormous grace and poise throughout this ordeal. Elin deserves praise, not blame. The issue involved here was my repeated irresponsible behavior. I was unfaithful. I had affairs, I cheated. What I did is not acceptable. And I am the only person to blame.
I stopped living by the core values that I was taught to believe in. I knew my actions were wrong, but I convinced myself that normal rules didn’t apply. I never thought about who I was hurting. Instead I thought only about myself. I ran straight through the boundaries that a married couple should live by. I thought I could get away with whatever I wanted to. I felt that I had worked hard my entire life and deserved to enjoy all the temptations around me. I felt I was entitled. Thanks to money and fame, I didn’t have far – I didn’t have to go far to find them. I was wrong, I was foolish. I don’t get to play by different rules. The same boundaries that apply to everyone apply to me. I brought this shame on myself. I hurt my wife, my kids, my mother, my wife’s family, my friends, my foundation, and kids all around the world who admired me.
I’ve had a lot of time to think about what I’ve done. My failures have made me look at myself in a way I never wanted to before. It’s now up to me to make amends, and that starts by never repeating the mistakes I’ve made. It’s up to me to start living a life of integrity.
I once heard, and I believe it’s true, it’s not what you achieve in life that matters; it’s what you overcome. Achievements on the golf course are only part of setting an example. Character and decency are what really count. Parents used to point at me as a role model for their kids. I owe all those families a special apology. I want to say to them that I am truly sorry.
It’s hard to admit that I need help, but I do. For 45 days, from the end of December to early February, I was in in-patient therapy receiving guidance for the issues I’m facing. I have a long way to go. But I’ve taken my first steps in the right direction.
As I proceed, I understand people have questions. I understand the press wants me to – wants to ask me for the details of the times I was unfaithful. I understand people want to know whether Elin and I will remain together. Please know that as far as I’m concerned, every one of these questions, and answers, is a matter between Elin and me. These are issues between a husband and a wife.
have written things about my family. Despite the damage I have done, I still believe it is right to shield my family from the public spotlight. They did not do these things; I did. I have always tried to maintain a private space for my wife and children. They have been kept separate from my sponsors, from my commercial endorsements. When my children were born, we only released photographs so that the paparazzi could not chase them. However, my behavior doesn’t make it right for the media to follow my two-and-a-half-year-old daughter to school and report the school’s location. They staked out my wife and they pursued my mom. Whatever my wrongdoings, for the sake of my family: Please leave my wife and kids alone.
I recognize I have brought this on myself, and I know, above all, I am the one who needs to change. I owe it to my family to become a better person. I owe it to those closest to me to become a better man. That’s where my focus will be. I have a lot of work to do, and I intend to dedicate myself to doing it.
Some Part of following this path for me is Buddhism, which my mother taught me at a young age. People probably don’t realize it, but I was raised a Buddhist, and I actively practiced my faith from childhood until I drifted away from it in recent years. Buddhism teaches that a creation of things outside ourselves causes an unhappy and pointless search for security. It teaches me to stop following every impulse and to learn restraint. Obviously, I lost track of what I was taught.
As I move forward, I will continue to receive help because I’ve learned that’s how people really do change. Starting tomorrow, I will leave for more treatment and more therapy. I would like to thank my friends at Accenture and the players in the field this week for understanding why I’m making these remarks today. In therapy, I’ve learned the importance of looking at my spiritual life and keeping in balance with my professional life. I need to regain my balance and be centered, so I can say the things that are most important to me: My marriage and my children. That also means relying on others for help. I learned to seek support from my peers in therapy, and I hope someday to return that support to others who are seeking help.
I do plan to return to golf one day. I just don’t know when that day will be. I don’t rule out that it will be this year. When I do return, I need to make my behavior more respectful of the game.
In recent weeks, I have received many thousands of e-mails, letters and phone calls from people expressing good wishes. To everyone who has reached out to me and my family, thank you. Your encouragement means the world to Elin and me. I want to thank the PGA Tour, Commissioner Finchem, and the players for their patience and understanding while I work on my private life. I look forward to seeing my fellow players on the course.
Finally, there are many people in this room, and there are many people at home who believed in me. Today I want to ask for your help. I ask you to find room in your heart to one day believe in me again.
Tiger’s mother Kultida Woods was sitting in the front row and he went to give her a hug after his speech. “I said ‘I’m so proud of you. Never think you stand alone. Mom will always be there for you and I love you,”‘ Kultida Woods told her son.
There were no questions allowed following his apology.
What do you think of Tiger Woods’ apology?