Why Is She Famous? She doesn’t even have any Facebook!

Many journalists have labeled Megan Fox the next Angelina Jolie; we just think she's damn sexy. While her roles in Transformers, How to Lose Friends & Alienate People, Whore, Jennifer's Body, and the upcoming Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen have yet to prove that she has the acting capabilities of Oscar winner Jolie, she does have some interesting similarities to her look-alike. Like Angie, Megan has a penchant for tattooing her body.

She has about eight in total, ranging from Old English quotes to a moon and star combo. She's been photographed many times showing off her dangerously-close-to-the-pubic-line "Brian" tattoo, but now that she's split with former fiancĂ© Brian Austin Green, we wonder if she'll be removing it, or just inking over it. As long as she keeps wearing bikinis in photo shoots, we're fine with whatever decision she makes. One more thing about Megan Fox, She has lets everyone know she doesn’t use Twitter, MySpace, or Facebook!

How to Choose Your Financial Services Provider?

newyorknyfinancialservicesFinancial issue within a company has a very wide area of responsibility. It covers from cash flow and budgeting which is part of financial planning to financial statements and tax planning, employee benefit and payroll also part of the financial management too!

Many services providers are offering to maintain your bookkeeping, tax planning, filing and many more. To choose one, the company has to consider many aspects, as you put the company’s financial data, and most of the time it is including the most confidential part under this provider hand, so make sure you trust your company’s data into one reliable source!

Reliable, professional and valid service provider can be identified often from the wide range of service they offered and how they treat their customers. They are not only managing your company’s account, but also give professional advice such as in which area there are still possibilities for improvement, improvement means area where the company can increase efficiency whether to develop better system, or to reduce cost, for instance to minimize your tax!

New York Financial Services is one among few service providers who claimed to have such services, within its web you will find more details about how they conduct their services, including their personal approach, how they treat their clients, it is worth to consider before you deciding any of them, or you can just search over the internet for the similar services, just ensure they have fulfilled at least points that have been pointed out above!


What Michael Jackson Did on His Last Day

Michael JacksonMichael Jackson spent the last night of his life doing what he had always done: performing. The singer was in rehearsals at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, running through a full slate of songs from his upcoming 50-concert London event flanked by friends and colleagues. He marveled at the major set pieces that had finally been installed in the rehearsal space.

"He was just glowing, and you could see it, that he was finally seeing it all come together," says Dorian Holley, the vocal director for Jackson's upcoming tour. "Up until Wednesday, it had always been [just a concept], but that last day you could see it in him, that he was seeing the show finally come together for the first time. It was a big moment."

Holley says he left rehearsals just before midnight on the night of June 24, as Jackson headed off to attend yet more meetings. About 12 hours later, a 911 call would be placed from Jackson's home in Holmby Hills, reporting urgently that "he's not breathing ... He's not responding to CPR, anything."

The pop icon had seemed different during these rehearsals - not ailing by any means, but perhaps more contemplative - says Holley, who has coached Jackson on solo tours since 1987. In preparing for previous tours, Holley said auditions for backup singers and other performing roles would usually be held via videotape, and it wouldn't be all that uncommon for the two to speak directly only two or three times over the span of a year. But for "This Is It," the London concerts scheduled to begin in July, Jackson was much more present and available, attending auditions and eagerly talking with everyone in the crew about the larger mission behind the tour.