A video of former Baywatch star Anderson having sex with her then husband, Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee, was famously
broadcast on the internet and put on sale around the world.
Another man who was famously
indiscreet about his drug use was supermarket tycoon Ben Dunne.
HARRY'S Uncle Edward famously
quit halfway through his training with the Royal Marine Commandos.
Henry David Thoreau famously
admonished that we too often lead lives of "quiet desperation.
The author also documents some famously
failed structures, such as the collapsed Quebec Bridge, to illustrate the danger of massive building projects.
Ronald Reagan famously
complained about "welfare queens," writes Stossel, "but he never told us that the biggest welfare queens are the already wealthy.
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Scowcroft openly objected to the Bush administration's go-it-done strategy on Iraq, most famously
in an August 2002 Wall Street Journal op-ed.
As Ben Franklin famously
put it, "as nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.
His argument, "Win on Sunday, Sell on Monday," worked famously
attended the Oscars in 2001 wearing a swan ensemble.
The Latin-American pair were getting along famously
as they filmed scenes for the thriller Bordertown in New Mexico.
Serial Mom, Kathleen Turner, who's gotten old and wide-hipped enough to play Edward Albee's famously
boozy, sexually rapacious professor's wife.
THE man who famously
"laid down his wife for King and country" is to be rewarded with an invite to the Royal wedding.
American culture, mixed with Brazil's, completely formed the way I am, and I've always felt the need to implode that influence--eat, digest, and vomit it back where it came from, avaf and many of my contemporaries are bored with the personality-driven art world that Warhol so famously