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Funny pictures about Scumbag Bill Cosby. Oh, and cool pics about Scumbag Bill Cosby. Also, Scumbag Bill Cosby photos.

Meryl Streep in W magazine

"I didn't have any confidence in my beauty when I was young. I felt like a character actress, and I still do" Meryl Streep . Love her!

I'm jealous of other generations because they had these celebrities and weren't stuck with the likes of Charlie Sheen and Snooki.

old hollywood is my ABSOLUTE favorite time period. Things were so glamorous and exciting. I think I lived in that time in another life.

Tina Fey as Audrey Hepburn. Yes, just yes! #HappyBirthdayTina!

Breakfast with Tina

Tina Fey - Breakfast at Tiffany's! What could be better than Tina Fey emulating Audrey Hepburn!

Bob Hope -- (5/29/1903-7/27/2003). English-born American Comedian, Vaudevillian, Actor, Singer, Dancer, Author & Athlete who appeared on Broadway, in Vaudeville, Movies, Television & Radio. Movies -- "Let's Face It" as Jerry Walker, "Bachelor in Paradise" as Adam J. Niles, "Boy, Did I Get the Wrong Number" as Thomas J. 'Tom' Meade and "I'll Take Sweden" as Bob Holcomb. He died of Pneumonia, age 100. Born: Leslie Townes Hope.

Bob [Leslie Townes] Hope did some 60 tours for the USO, entertaining our troops.

SAMUEL GEORGE "SAMMY" DAVIS JR. 12-08-1925 til 05-16-1990 (64)

Sammy Davis, Jr - Singer and actor and member of the famous Hollywood "Rat Pack", known for "The Candy Man" and other songs and for being a favorite subject of impressionists

Bernie Mac (5/10/57 - 9/8/08) Age: 50 (Pneumonia)

I loved Bernie Mac - Oct. 2008 (Pneumonia, then went into cardiac arrest).

What it Takes to Be Great failures ERWC unit

This is Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson. This is an interesting look into the life of Steve Jobs and is an excellent read. Anyone interested in the history of great influences on technology should read this book. Jobs was a great businessman.

I'm Gandalf and Magneto. Get over it!

The shirt originally said, "Some people are gay. Original pin: Get over it." They were made as part of a demonstration for gay rights in the UK. Sir Ian McKellen has been an outspoken advocate for gay rights.