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60 Second Buzz: Justin & Jessica Experience Marital Problems--California Wants To Put A Tax On Text Messaging--And Tampons Are Doing WHAT Inside The Body???

Say it ain't so... Justin Timberlake and wife Jessica Biel are taking marriage counseling?

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Jessica Biel overheard husband Justin Timberlake joking with friends about her appearance stating that motherhood has changed her.

He also said when she isn't on the red carpet she looks like a small town housewife with too much to do...

She heard Justin refer to her as a soccer mom which totally set her off.

According to a source, a friend of the couple suggested marriage therapy before things got worse.

The couple reportedly took the advice and are going for marriage counseling "once a week."

 

Certain Kotex tampons are being recalled due to reports they unravel and/or come apart inside the body...

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These tampons are subject to the recall: U by Kotex Sleek Tampons, regular absorbency.

They've caused some users “to seek medical attention to remove tampon pieces left in the body,” Kimberly-Clark said in a news release Tuesday.

The company added there has also been a “small number of reports of infections, vaginal irritation, localized vaginal injury, and other symptoms” associated with the U by Kotex Tampons.

The company did not specify how many women have been affected...

The tampons were manufactured between Oct. 7, 2016, and Oct. 16, 2018, Kimberly-Clark said.

They were distributed between Oct. 17, 2016, and Oct. 23, 2018, and sold by retailers across the U.S. and Canada.

 

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According to CNN Business, California regulators want to tax text messages to increase funds for programs that bring connectivity to under-served residents.

A new surcharge proposed by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) wouldn't be a per-text tax, but a monthly fee based on a cellular bill that includes any fees for text-message services.
Most carriers offer a flat fee option for texting, and already charge a similar fee for other services included in the bill — such as phone calls.
The charges would vary from carrier to carrier.
What do YOU Think?
Should there be a tax on text messages to fund public services?