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November 7, 1988 | BY MIKE ROYKO
My conservative friend Grump looked alarmed. He stared at my face for several seconds, then said: "What's wrong with you? Have you developed a twitch?" Nothing is wrong with me. "Then why are you wiggling your lips that way?" I wasn't wiggling my lips. I was speaking to you. "But you weren't saying anything. " Of course I was. And if you read my lips, you would have understood. "Read your lips? I can't read lips. " I'm sorry, but I thought all Republicans could read lips.
NEWS
November 18, 1988
As we all were watching the star's lips move (and an exciting exercise it was), his stagehands were shifting all the scenery stage right. Too bad we were distracted. Some of the action was pretty interesting. For one thing, the Reagan administration has always been frustrated by its inability to take away Social Security benefits whenever it pleases. Those danged old folks and cripples have a habit of using their appeal rights. They tend to win, particularly when the government breaks its own rules.
NEWS
September 9, 2000
Until last week, George W. Bush's handlers have managed to suggest that his missteps during the campaign happened merely because he is not a policy wonk. The implication was this: It's just that Georgie can't think well on his feet. What his handlers knew - and Dick Cheney, too - is simply that Bush is not very bright. I don't think that [the epithet devoted to Adam Clymer] is an aberration. I think we're gonna hear similar fare out of Bush, and I think it is a very good reason to not vote for him. First, it shows he is not smart enough to keep his mouth clean in public for two months.
NEWS
May 8, 2015 | By Howard Gensler
SINCE EVERY scandal must have a "gate" at the end, can we call this one Lipgate? It took long enough, and too many young people messed up their faces trying to get giant lips by sucking the air out of a shot glass, but People magazine now reports that the infamous mouth pillows of Kylie Jenner are the result of artificial enhancement. So, chalk up another star who owes her career to LPEDs: Lip Performance Enhancing Drugs. "I have temporary lip fillers. It's just an insecurity of mine, and it's what I wanted to do," Kylie says, in a clip from that icky faux-reality show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 27, 2012
DEAR ABBY: Please help save my marriage. My wife of five years discovered an Internet browser history of 13 Web pages I had clicked on the previous day. The pages were of women's sexy lips. My wife is calling it "porn" and a "gateway to porn. " I feel guilty about it, but I told her it isn't pornography - I think it's a fetish. She says I'm using that word to get off the hook. Will you please tell her that this probably is a fetish? Our sex life has not been the same since she discovered the images on the computer.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 16, 2003 | HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
SURE WE have some fun at the expense of Jennifer Lopez. She's rich, she's beautiful, she can dance a little - it's not like we're kicking a sick puppy here. But whatever we might say about our pal Jen, we would never say she needs plastic surgery. A singing voice? Maybe. Ability to pick better movie roles? Definitely. Tweaks to her body? Not by a longshot. But according to MSNBC's "The Scoop" and AwfulPlastic Surgery.com., J.Lo has undergone lip reduction surgery.
NEWS
October 24, 1992 | By Michael L. Rozansky, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
George Herbert Walker Bush raps. The sound of drums and a keyboard kick in, followed by that dry, slightly nasal voice: Politics is higher taxes, Politics is fewer jobs. Federal regulations, surely, Congress doing drugs (I'll tell you). Say what? This is no bizarre campaign gimmick, no Democratic dirty trick. It's the high-tech handiwork of Fresh Bush and the Invisible Man, the nom de guerre of a Philadelphia-native jingle-writer and composer who fed thousands of words taped from Bush's speeches into a computer.
NEWS
July 5, 1990 | BY JESSE L. JACKSON
George Bush, the 1980 candidate, was right from the start: Reaganomics - cutting taxes for the rich and dramatically increasing military spending to get a balanced budget by 1984 - was voodoo economics. George (Read My Lips) Bush, the 1988 candidate, was wrong from the start. Since the Reagan-Bush economic policies have bankrupted the country - quadrupling the federal debt accumulated over 200 years in a single decade to nearly $4 trillion - the need for increased revenues is inevitable.
NEWS
May 8, 1990 | BY SANDY GRADY
The blond woman came riding down Main Street barebacked. She also had a bare front. In fact, a bare everything. George Bush, even if he's no addict of soft porn, had to be impressed when he glimpsed this scene on TV from Winston-Salem, N.C. The 20-year-old woman on the horse was covered only by long, swinging tresses and a string of pearls. As they say in the South, she was stark nekkid. Like the real Lady Godiva in England 900 years ago, she was protesting high taxes.
NEWS
December 9, 1988 | BY DONALD KAUL
I continue to be amazed at the way the recent political campaign disappeared. It did not merely end; it evaporated, leaving neither wake nor echo. You could put Sherlock Holmes on the case and he wouldn't find its spoor. That says a good deal about the nature of the campaign, I suppose, but I find it curious that groups and people who were silent during all those long months it was going on should now be advising President-elect George Bush to raise taxes, as though the subject had never come up. If there was one issue on which Bush was unequivocal, it was taxes.
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ENTERTAINMENT
June 18, 2015 | By Sofiya Ballin, Inquirer Staff Writer
Before laying my head to rest the other night, Black Twitter blessed me with something magical. Scrolling through my feed, I noticed #unconventionalblackbeauty, a hashtag featuring photos of beautiful black faces. Not much different from #blackoutday, an online movement that celebrated black beauty, right? Wrong. The difference: This was an honest discourse about how we define beauty within the black community. In less than 24 hours, feeds exploded with photos of women and men with full lips, broad noses, and kinky hair.
NEWS
June 5, 2015 | By Sofiya Ballin, Inquirer Staff Writer
Before laying my head to rest last night, Black Twitter blessed me with something magical. Scrolling through my timeline, I noticed the hashtag #unconventionalblackbeauty, featuring photos of beautiful black faces. Not much different from #blackoutday , an online movement that celebrated black beauty, right? Wrong. The difference here was this was an honest discourse about how we define beauty within the black community. And I was so here for it. In less than 24 hours, the hashtag has received a cosign from artist Talib Kweli and timelines exploded with photos of women and men with full lips, broad noses and kinky hair posing with pride.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 14, 2015 | By Jenny DeHuff
IF THERE'S a "silver lining" to splitting with lingerie model Suki Waterhouse , it appears that Bradley Cooper has found it. Cooper was spotted smooching with Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Irina Shayk outside a London hotel Monday night. The UK's Daily Mail reports that Shayk, 29, and Cooper, 40, were all smiles as they exited the Novikov Restaurant and Bar . Photos surfaced online yesterday of the Hollywood heart throb and the Russian model coyly ducking and dodging paparazzi as they got into a cab in London's Mayfair section.
NEWS
May 8, 2015 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Kylie's shocking admission Never in a million years would I have guessed that Kylie Jenner was not born with those flap-like subterranean creatures glued to her mouth - you know, where the lips should be. In a disturbing revelation that has rocked our world, Kim Kardashian 's sis admits her lips have been bionically altered by Victor Frankenstein, M.D . The truth comes by way of reality TV: Kylie, 17, admits in two new clips from...
NEWS
May 8, 2015 | By Howard Gensler
SINCE EVERY scandal must have a "gate" at the end, can we call this one Lipgate? It took long enough, and too many young people messed up their faces trying to get giant lips by sucking the air out of a shot glass, but People magazine now reports that the infamous mouth pillows of Kylie Jenner are the result of artificial enhancement. So, chalk up another star who owes her career to LPEDs: Lip Performance Enhancing Drugs. "I have temporary lip fillers. It's just an insecurity of mine, and it's what I wanted to do," Kylie says, in a clip from that icky faux-reality show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 29, 2015
FOR MOST OF US, the news that former Olympic champ Bruce Jenner wants to live the rest of his life as a woman is of fairly recent vintage. Not so for Chrystie Crownover , who has held such knowledge for decades. Between 1972 and 1981, Crownover was also known as Mrs. Bruce Jenner. Yesterday, she told George Stephanopoulos, of ABC's "Good Morning America," about learning her then-hubby's deepest secret. "I can't remember the exact words because it was such a shock to me, but he opened up his heart and confessed, and he had to share this deep, dark secret," she told Stephanopoulos.
NEWS
November 24, 2014 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
Let's face it - red lipstick is always on trend. Sometimes the hue of the moment is a mahogany-tinged maroon; other times, it's a clear claret. This year, the most glamorous of holiday partygoers will likely opt for some deep fruity shades in a range of raspberry and cranberry tones. The trendlet Berry lips. We like them matte with just a hint of gloss. Luckily there is no shortage this fall - from the berrylicious Blood Roses by the late makeup-artist-to-the-stars Kevyn Aucoin to New Jersey-based Suede salon's private-label lipliner Sweet Berry.
SPORTS
April 17, 2014 | BY FRANK SERAVALLI, Daily News Staff Writer seravaf@phillynews.com
DEPENDING ON how you interpret the tone of general manager Paul Holmgren and coach Craig Berube, goaltender Steve Mason might not be ready for Game 1 of the Flyers' first-round series with the Rangers tomorrow night at Madison Square Garden. Either that, or the Flyers prefer to keep their opponent guessing with gamesmanship. Mason practiced for nearly 20 minutes yesterday before a planned exit from the ice whisked him into video review and meetings. Holmgren said Mason, still suffering from the ill effects of a collision with Jayson Megna in Pittsburgh on Saturday, was out of the training facility a short time later and "receiving treatment.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 28, 2013 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
The spring face is a cool one. It's flushed, but not bronzed. Brows are thick. Lashes are long. Eyes are lined blue. Sometimes, lids are yellow and lips melon. It's not sultry or dewy, dreamy or pouty, but pastel and pretty - like a doll's face. "Think light and bright," says makeup artist Kelley Hughes. Hughes is co-owner of Parlour, a hair and skin boutique in Fishtown. "Pastels: turquoises, yellows, greens, tangerines. The colors are pastel, but pigmented for the perfect pop. " With her salmon cheeks, rosy lips and near-alabaster skin, actress Anne Hathaway is the grand dame of the uber clean-faced look.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 14, 2013 | By Molly Eichel
BRIAN WESTBROOK : Legendary Eagles running back, Hall of Fame kisser? The retired Eagle was in town last weekend at the St. Patrick's Day Parade, reppin' shave company Gillette. If you didn't recognize him, there might be a good reason: Gillette persuaded him to shave his long-standing goatee. Why did Westbrook go facially bald? He said that 85 percent of women (polled by people who make money in the anti-beard business, mind you) prefer kissing a clean-shaven face. "I was very hesitant.
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