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Wednesday, December 12, 2012
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Megan Fox gave birth to baby Noah in Sep-tember, and the This is 40 actress said it was a lot harder than she expected. I was screaming for an epidural when [Brian Austin Green] was driving me to the hospital because my water broke on its own and I was immediately -- it was level orange alert pain, Megan told Access Hollywoods Shaun Robinson on Monday at the This Is 40 film junket.
Cause its scary, Megans funny This is 40 co-star Chris ODowd chimed in. It... cant be anything because it hurts so bad, Megan said. It was so intense. And I thought I was gonna be really tough and make it, I was gonna labor to like 8 cm... but the first contraction that I got was horrific!
But she did try to look her best, despite the pain. I had wet hair so I was trying to blow dry my hair before I went to the hospital because I didnt want to go to the hospital with wet hair, she laughed.
Megan said parenthood is tough, but she has found a new level of happiness with her son. Its exhausting, but its amazing and you cant, until you have kids, you cant imagine how much you could possibly love a human being, she said. Its really intense and really overwhelming and amazing.
Hes super cute, she added. Yeah, I heard, Chris chimed in. Of course, hes gorgeous... I dont know... I mean, I have an Xbox, I get it, he added, trying to relate to the joys of having
a child.This is 40, starring Paul Rudd and Leslie
Mann, opens on December 21 and Megan said the film, about Pete and Debbie, living life several years after Knocked Up, is something many people should be able to relate to.
I think anyone around that age could be deal-ing with any number of these things, she said. Its a hard look at married life, single life, being 40. Its rough.
Megan Fox arrives to the March of Dimes Celebration of Babies on Friday,
Dec. 7, 2012, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Her life was cut short at its peak on Sun-day by an airplane crash in northern Mexico that also killed six friends and co-workers.
The 43-year-old mother of five and grandmother of two became a symbol of resilience for millions of fans on both sides of the U.S.-Mexican border. Her fame grew as she branched out into acting, appearing in independent film,
reality TV and the televised singing competition La Voz Mexico.
She had recently filed for divorce from her third husband, was once detained at a Mexico City airport with tens of thou-sands of dollars in cash, and publicly apologized after her brother assaulted a drunken fan who verbally attacked her in 2011. I am the same as the public, as
my fans, she told The Associated Press in an interview last March.
Rivera sold more than 15 million copies of her 12 major-label albums and won a string of Latin music awards. Her shows filled both the Staples Center in Los Angeles and Mexicos National Auditorium, a feat few male singers in her industry achieved.
Many of her songs dealt with themes of dignity in the face of heartbreak, and her shows were known for their festive atmosphere and her intimate interac-tions with her fans. She would fill song requests from fans who had suffered heartbreak and setbacks, and would often pull women and girls onto stage
to personally tell them to keep moving forward.
The plane, being flown by two pilots, was taking her and her publicist, Arturo Rivera, her makeup artist, Jacob Yebale, and two friends, one named Mario Macias and another who was only identified as Gerardo, to the central Mexican city of Toluca after a Saturday night concert before thousands in the northern city of Monterrey. All were killed.
After the concert she gave a press conference during which she spoke of her emo-tional state following her re-cent move to divorce former Major League Baseball pitcher Esteban Loaiza, who played for teams including the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers. Rivera announced in October that she was divorc-ing Loaiza after two years of marriage.
Megan Fox Talks Motherhood Her New Film This Is 40
Photo by John Shearer/Invision/AP
Jenni Rivera, soulful, troubled Maexican music starAssociated Press Writer
LOS angeLeS Jenni Rivera launched her career hawking cassette recordings of her songs at flea markets, but a powerful voice, soulful singing style and frank discussion of personal troubles powered her to the heights of a male-dominated industry, transforming her into the one of the biggest stars of the genre known as grupero.
AP Photo/Baldemar De Los Llanos
Photos and flowers honoring late singer Jenni Rivera, placed by fans next to religious images, are seen at the cemetery where her mother is buried in Her-mosillo, northern Mexico, Monday, Dec. 10, 2012.
No foreign policy issue in 2013 will matter as much to global economic, political, and ulti-mately security conditions as whether the United States and Europe are able to deal with their economic crises, Jessica Mathews, president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, wrote in Global Ten: Challenges and Opportuni-ties for the president in 2013.
Unless a deal is reached between US President Obama and his Republican opponents by the end of 2012, the United States will plunge off the fis-cal cliff -- a toxic combination of tax hikes and spending cuts that could trigger another recession in the worlds biggest economy.
If Americas political parties can agree on a way to climb down from the fiscal cliff, the resolution of the acute economic uncertainty that has gripped the country for the past 18 months would unleash private sector invest-
ment, spark an economic recovery, and give new capacity and weight to the countrys international role, Mathews said.
As for Europe, the challenge is still to summon sustained econom-ic discipline and political will, explained the American expert. The euro crisis morphed in 2012 from a life-threatening emergency to a chronic disease that will be with us for years to come, she said, warn-ing countries like France, Italy, Portu-gal and Spain of the need to maintain the harsh treatment, avoid setbacks (in France, especially), and continue to inch toward re-stored growth.
AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File
In this Nov. 19, 2012 file photo, U.S. President Ba-rack Obama, right, waves as he embraces Myan-mar democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi after
addressing members of the media at Suu Kyis residence in Yangon, Myanmar.
World leaders face big challenges in 2013Agence France-Presse
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DuRIng the war, the spirit of Desak Gede Raka Nadha was never diminishing. In the age of 17 years old, she joined the troops of I Gusti Ngurah Rai. She joined the long march from Munduk Malang Vil-lage, Dalang Village then to Mount Agung to regroup and fight.
She was known as a brave woman when fighting with I Gusti Ngurah Rai, said the Head of Ta-
banan Veteran Legion (LVRI) Made Tantra during his visit to Pesraman Lumajang on Monday, December 10, 2012.
The former fighter said that the families of the late Desak Raka always joined in fighting the colo-nialism. The mother of Desak Raka, Dewa Made Jahen, donate her land so the army can established their headquarter in Munduk Malang
Village.This is the pioneer of land
Command Headquarter of Indo-nesian Army, he added. When joining the troops of I Gusti Ngurah Rai, Desak Raka was preparing the place for the soldier to rest. After the troops reached Mount Agung, Desak Raka one again returned to Tabanan.
At this place, Desak Raka was
assigned to treat the wounded. She was asked not to follow the troops in the guerilla war. She joined the red cross and preparing logistic for the troops and I Gusti Ngurah Rai was keep on fighting until the Puputan Margarana on November 20, 1946.
Made Keredeg, a member of LVRI Bali, said that during the war, Desak Raka was highly respected.
The troop of I Gusti Ngurah Rai owed many things to the family. The spirit of Desak Raka must be followed by the young generation, he added.
The member of LVRI Bali prayed in Pesaraman Lumajang and they said that the member of LVRI Bali will come to do ceremony during the Pelebon ceremony on Sunday, December 16, 2012.
In memoriam Desak Gede Raka NadhaBrave and never turn back during the war
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