- Avoiding the Void: The Lack of Self in Psychotherapy and Buddhism (Journal of Transpersonal Psychology)
- Dow industrials climb 57 to break seven-day slide
NEW YORK (AP) -- Traders hunting for beaten-down stocks lift stocks; Dow gains 57 points but ends off its high. The Dow Jones industrial average broke a seven-day slide Tuesday after traders sifted through the market for beaten-down stocks.
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Lindsay Lohan headed for Jail
Lohan's future on hold until jail, rehab are done
Crying for comeuppance -- after an overnight hair bleaching for her sentencing hearing, Lindsay Lohan does her best to mimic Paris Hilton (MORE).
"[When licking honey off a razor blade,] the initial sensation may be sweet, but the underlying effect is quite damaging. Seeking satisfaction in others or in external objects or events reinforces a deep often unacknowledged belief that we, as we are, are not entirely complete; that we need something beyond ourselves in order to experience a sense of wholeness or security or stability” (artofmania).
BEVERLY HILLS, California – Lindsay Lohan's future includes a new fashion line, two new movies, some time in jail, and another stint in rehab. The actress was sentenced Tuesday to 90 days in jail and 90 days in a residential substance-abuse program for violating her probation, stemming from two separate 2007 cases of driving under the influence of cocaine and alcohol. She is to surrender and begin her jail sentence July 20. Rehab will follow.
The punishment levied by Superior Court Judge Marsha Revel will keep Lohan from promoting "Machete," the Robert Rodriguez action film due in theaters in September. 20th Century Fox, which is releasing the film, had no comment. Lohan's jail and rehab sentence will also delay production on "Inferno: A Linda Lovelace Story," in which the 24-year-old actress plays the starring role of the famed porn star. More>>
I. Rony (Wisdom Quarterly)
In a tragic miscarriage of justice, innocent and harmless Lindsay Lohan has been mistakenly sentenced to confinement and removal from society for her own good and the good of others. And why? Just because she stumbles in and out of cacti in Los Angeles or has malfunctioning monitoring equipment going off for no reason at all. To have her follow in the footsteps of erstwhile celebutante friend Paris Hilton, who has become a model citizen (except for that little indiscretion in South Africa, which was surely some kind of misunderstanding if she only thought it was oregano), seems somehow fitting.