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WARNING: This article is total fluff. William Gibson, 50, was arrested for exposing himself outside a Goodwill store in Jensen Beach, Fla., this month.

His explanation? That he was merely "airing out" his penis.

Gibson allegedly first stuck his hand down his pants and smelled his fingers (obviously) before dropping his drawers, according to a witness statement.

"All of a sudden ... [Gibson] just pulled down the front of his underware [sic], to expose his genitals, fluffing them," the statement of events described.

A witness called sheriff's deputies, who say Gibson stated he was arrested merely for "airing out" his penis. It is Florida, after all. So hot and humid there.

Hope his orange jumpsuit is breathable cotton.

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Dayna Morales is hoping to turn a negative into a positive.

The waitress, an openly gay ex-marine, was stiffed by patrons at at Gallop Asian Bistro in Bridgewater, New Jersey this month because they said they "disagreed with her gay lifestyle."

They labeled it an "affront to God" in a note left on their receipt.

After the incident went viral because Morales shared it on Facebook, the server was flooded by messages of support and also by donations from around the world.

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Alan Markovitz recently moved in to a home in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He lives right next door to his ex-wife, which was guaranteed to be awkward.

He chose to embrace his surroundings, however, by erecting a giant bronze statue on his deck as a tribute to his former spouse and her new boyfriend.

The statue, naturally, is of an enormous middle finger pointed at her place.

This went public thanks to Lenka Tuohy, the daughter of Markovitz's ex.

"[I]t's hard for me to enjoy my baths now because my fav tub is in my moms bathroom which faces out towards tif and alans house," Tuohy wrote on Twitter.

Markovitz, reports say, is a strip club owner and author of Topless Prophet: The True Story of America’s Most Successful Gentleman’s Club Entrepreneur.

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George Zimmerman's girlfriend Samantha Scheibe lost it after he allegedly pointed a shotgun at her face and broke a bunch of her stuff on Monday.

Scheibe's dramatic 911 call - placed before Zimmerman was arrested for the domestic dispute - can be heard below. She was clearly pretty freaked:

Scheibe says Zimmerman pointed a DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN at her and shoved her out of the house. The Seminole County Sheriff corroborates this.

She called 911 in middle of their argument, shouting at the dispatcher while yelling at Zimmerman. Then, once police arrived, George placed his own 911 call.

At that point, Zimmerman says his girlfriend is "going crazy" and is PREGNANT with their child. He says he called 911 so ... everyone would know the truth.

If that sounds strange, the call itself is even more so:

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Brittany Murphy’s shocking death in 2009 raised many questions. A new toxicology report is likely to raise many more, given the shocking revelations within.

Her father, Angelo Bertolotti, never believed the L.A. County Coroner’s report that listed Brittany Murphy's cause of death as pneumonia and anemia.

Her husband Simon Monjack, 40, also died suspiciously just five months after Murphy died, further raising questions that have never been answered.

No foul play was suspected in either death.

Convinced that she exhibited signs of heavy poisoning, Bertolotti pushed for independent testing on his late daughter's hair, blood and tissue samples.

He reached out to The Carlson Company to conduct independent tests, and was shocked by the results. The lab reports were alarming to say the least:

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If you were dying tomorrow, what do you think you would regret most? What would you look back on and wish you had done differently, given another try?

A nurse who spent many years working in palliative care - spending day after day with people in the last 3-12 weeks of life - shed some light on this recently.

People grow a lot when they are faced with their own mortality, she notes, and that period at the end of one's life allows for a great deal of self-reflection.

When questioned about regrets they had or things they would do differently, common themes surfaced. Time and again. Here are the most common five:

Dying Regrets
  1. I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me. The most common regret of all. Countless dreams go unfulfilled, due to choices they had made, or not made. And from the moment that you lose your health, it is too late. Are you honoring at least some of those dreams you harbor while you still can?
  2. I wish I didn’t work so hard. Another familiar refrain. The dying missed their children’s youth, their partner’s companionship. Can you simplify your lifestyle and make conscious choices to do more with less? And by creating more space in your life, be happier without the same commitments of time and stress?
  3. I wish I’d had the courage to express my feelings. Many people suppress feelings in order to keep peace with others. As a result, they settle for a mediocre existence, not what they were truly capable of. Many even develop illnesses relating to the bitterness and resentment they carry. By speaking honestly, you may raise a relationship to a new level, or rid it from your life altogether. Can you break that barrier?
  4. I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends. There are many deep regrets about friendships and not giving them the time and effort they deserved. Everyone misses friends when they're dying. All that remains in the end, especially the final weeks, are relationships. Are you nurturing yours?
  5. I wish that I had let myself be happier. This is a surprisingly common one. Old patterns and habits die hard. Unfortunately, so do we. The "comfort" of familiarity and fear of change leaves us susceptible to pretending to others, and to ourselves, that we are content. When deep within, we longed for more. Wouldn't it be wonderful to let go and smile, long before you are dying?

What are your biggest regrets in life? What are the hardest things to change? And what else, if anything, would you add to this list? Discuss below ...

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Very well done, Amanda Trusty.

In the following video, this woman tap-dances around to Katy Perry's "Roar," using it as a body images, empowering anthem in a routine that begins basically enough…

... But then becomes more message-filled when Amanda unknots her hair, removes her tutu and sweatshirt and reveals the words "cellulite," "fat" and "suck it in" on various parts of her body.

She then lets loose as she unsticks these terms. Watch now:

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It's just so hard to be a model, you guys. Just ask Kate Upton. Or Tyra Banks.

Or any of these swimsuit models who discuss the worst thing about being a model.

Some of the highlights? Certainly not maintaining a svelte figure while controlling the urge to eat Nutella by the spoonful and drink wine. Nope. Not that.

Topping their worst list are shoes that are too small and unpredictable schedules. Ummm....yeah.

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Jeydon Loredo, an 18 year old transgendered Texas student, has had his photo banned from inclusion in his high school's yearbook because Loredo, who was born female but identifies as a male, is wearing a tuxedo instead of the typical girl's attire.

The school district says Loredo's photo "violates community standards."

Stella Loredo, Jayden's mother, said that in a meeting with Superintendent Raymundo Villareal, she was told that the photo wouldn't follow the conservative school's dress code policy.

Apparently they have an issue with fully clothed students?

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Aldi Rizal, the Indonesian child who shocked the world with his 40-cigarette-a day habit at just 2 years old is in the news again. This time his weight is the topic of conversation. 

The young boy, who quit smoking in 2010 with the help of play therapy in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta, weighs approximately 56 lbs, which is more than the recommended healthy weight for the average 5 year old. Doctors believe that Aldi's early addiction to smoking has set him up for a lifetime of weight-related issues

Rizal's mother, Diane, said that with so many people living in their house, it's hard to stop the child from getting food. He consumes three cans of condensed milk a day

"He would bang his head on the wall if he couldn't get what he wanted. That's why I get him cigarettes in the first place--because of his temper and his crying," Diane said. "Now I don't give him cigarettes, but he eats a lot."

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