Mom: 'No excuses' for Khloe Kardashian's jail term: Khloe Kardashian violated her probation after getting a DUI and she has been sentenced to 30 days in county jail. She admitted to failing to complete roadside cleanup duty and not enrolling in an alcohol education class, reports People. "There's lots of things I could be sitting here saying, and excuses for my daughter, but there isn't one," Khloe's mom Kris Jenner told Ryan Seacrest on his radio show. "At this point, I'm up against a wall. What am I going to do? Holler at her? Scream at her? I've done all that."
Recently, momlogic spoke with Bruce Jenner and the Kardashian family, inclulding Khloe. Hear what they had to say:
Bionic bra charges iPod through breast-bouncing: A woman has teamed up with scientists in order to develop a bra that will maximize the energy of bouncing breasts during exercise, and use that energy to power an iPod. "It's just a matter of finding the sweet spot, between reducing motion to the point where it's comfortable but still allowing enough motion to power your iPod," said LaJean Lawson, a former professor of exercise science at Oregon State University. But could these bras benefit every woman? "Let's face it," Lawson says, "if you're a double-A marathoner, you're probably not going to get that iPod up and running."
Sarah Silverman and Jimmy Kimmel split--no kidding: The couple split after what had appeared to be a successful five-year relationship. Silverman and Kimmel are also well known for their video duel where Silverman aired a clip about her love affair with Matt Damon and Kimmel responded with his own video about his affair with Ben Affleck. When asked about the breakup, their publicists said, "Jimmy and Sarah have no further comment." We, too, are speechless.
Even kids' lemonade stands feel financial strain: With lemon prices rising by 35% in the past year, even lemonade stands are feeling the pinch. This price spike has necessitated new insights into consumer behavior for sidewalk-stand proprietors, says New York Magazine. Rebecca Horwitz, 5, and Ari Horwitz, 5, of NYC say that, because of the economy, they doubled their prices from 50 cents to 1 dollar a cup. 10-year-old best friends Alston Biggs and Fischer Bodwell, also of NYC, say they misspell lemonade as "LEMADE" because adults think it's cute and buy more. When life hands you lemons, make lemonade...