Mantenna - Thursday, June 10

June 10, 2010

January Jones does the walk of shame, Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer talk True Blood sex, and scientists use Calvin Klein cologne to bag some serious trim...the Mantenna don't play that!

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January Jones Does the Walk of Shame

Mad Men hottie January Jones has been caught of doing the dreaded “walk of shame.” If you’re not familiar with the “walk of shame,” it’s when someone comes home in the morning wearing the exact same clothes (albeit looking a tad more disheveled) as she wore the night before. Yep, Ms. Jones was photographed returning to her home in Los Angeles Wednesday morning looking a little worse for wear and wearing the exact outfit she wore Tuesday night to an event for an environmental organization at Los Angeles’ Sunset Tower. It is unknown what Ms. Jones got up to after the event or where she spent the night, but from the looks of it, it seems she had a very fun evening. [The Superficial]

Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer Talk True Blood Sex

When it comes to loves scenes in True Blood, real life couple Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer don’t need to fake it. Anna Paquin, Moyer, and Alexander Skarsgard appear on the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly and in an accompanying interview they discuss what it’s like to film the many hot and raunchy sex scenes that the series has become famous for. Paquin, who are appears on the cover with a bleeding neck, says filming sex scenes doesn’t bother her. Paquin tells the magazine, “I’m really close with all of our cast, and we’ve all seen each other in various compromising and odd situations.” She’s definitely close to Moyer, who says being a real life couple really helps make their onscreen love scenes convincing. He tells the magazine, “I think that one great bonus is we don’t need a fluffer.” Wow. [Pop Watch]

Avenged Sevenfold Drummer Died From Drug Overdose

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Orange County officials in California have ruled the death of Avenged Sevenfold drummer Jimmy "The Rev" Sullivan an accidental overdose of prescription drugs. He died December 28th. Toxicology reports suggest that Sullivan suffered "acute polydrug intoxication due to the combined effects of Oxycodone, Oxymorphone, Diazepam/Nordiazepam, and ethanol." RIP. [MTV]

College Football Welcomes Deathly Terrifying "Super Conference"

The Colorado Buffaloes have taken the first step to forming a 16-team Pac 10 Conference after leaving the Big 12 earlier today. Sources claim that Texas, Oklahoma, and four other schools will also defect by this time next year. The move will help create a Pac 10 championship game (like the SEC) and let USC finally play a talented team during the regular season. You know, since they aren't allowed to play one in a bowl game for a couple years now. [Google]

Valve Delays Portal 2, Squashes Duke Nukem Rumors

In a tongue-in-cheek commentary, Valve has announced the delay of Portal 2 and thrown water on the rumor fires regarding its E3 "surprise." This surprise was rumored to be either Half-Life 3 or the revival of Duke Nukem, and it looks like neither will happen anytime soon. Guess we'll have to wait till next week to see what all the fuss is about. [Bit Tech]

Scientists Use Calvin Klein Cologne to Bag Some Serious Trim

Rony Garcia and Jose Moreira from the Wildlife Conservation Society's Jaguar Conservation Program have been using cologne to attract jaguars in the jungles of Guatemala. "The method we are using to study the jaguars here in Guatemala is a non-invasive method which is based on photographing the individuals by using camera traps," Moreira says. "It has been very useful using Obsession (for Men) to get the jaguars in front of these camera traps, and that allows us to estimate with greater confidence the genders and the numbers that live in each studied site." So, biologists can't speak on the effectiveness of Calvin Klein Obsession for Men on the cougars at your local bar, but they do know that jaguars love it. [Yahoo!]

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Wednesday, June 9

Tuesday, June 8

Monday, June 7

Friday, June 4

Thursday, June 3

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