Sasha & Malia Dolls On eBay; John McCain Avoiding The View


Those damn non-Michelle Obama approved Sasha and Malia dolls are selling for $3,000 on eBay. • Will John McCain return to The View after being put through the wringer? He says: “Not anytime soon.” •

People‘s StyleWatch magazine has a feature that allows readers to shop via text message. Recession, schmecession! • This “Octo-Mom” rap, set to Flo Rida and T-Pain’s “Low,” is painfully asinine, yet sorta funny. • A Florida trailer home where a 9-year-old girl was raped and killed in 2005 has burned down; cops say it was arson. • The man known as Dr. Lipo 90210 allegedly allowed unlicensed office staff to perform cosmetic surgery; he has shut down his practice and his current whereabouts cannot be confirmed. His website claims he is relocating to South America to do volunteer work. • Studies have found that by blocking ultraviolet rays, sunscreen limits the vitamin D we produce. Drink milkshakes when sunbathing? Solved! • Do babies conceived with IVF have a slightly increased risk of several birth defects (including a hole between the two chambers of the heart, a cleft lip or palate, an improperly developed esophagus and a malformed rectum)? • A 21-year-old aspiring actress was found dead in her apartment in Santa Monica, CA, and though cops are calling it a homicide, they are not disclosing the actual cause of death. • The Maryland General Assembly is considering two bills that would make it harder for those accused of domestic violence to keep their guns, but it’s two years too late for Gail Pumphrey, who, along with her children, was shot by her ex-husband on Thanksgiving Day two years ago. • If artificial sweeteners give you migraines, you are not alone. • Um, ew: The dude with the world’s longest ear hair. His wife wants him to cut it, and we agree with her. • A 14-year-old girl in Wisconsin was arrested for refusing to stop texting during math class. She then tried to hide the phone in her “buttocks area,” but it was recovered when she was frisked. • A study about dreams shows that people consider an unpleasant dream more meaningful if it is about a person they dislike. • Did you have a strong relationship with your mom? You were more likely to make close friends in grade school, say researchers. • Wedding Robots will be all the rage at receptions, you watch. • Suck it: Breastfeeding appears to reduce the risk for severe lung infection among infant girls. • Anti-social behavior in first- and second-graders predicts depression in early adolescence. • Elmo’s Tickle Hands: Fun or frightening? • In the last ten years, the number of anorexic girls admitted to the hospital in Britainjumped 80%. •

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