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John Mayer Ready to Move in with Katy Perry

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Music, Dating, Rumors,

John Mayer and Katy PerryJohn Mayer wants to move in with Katy Perry. Although the 35-year-old lothario owns bachelor pads in Montana and Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley, he has scheduled meetings with estate agents so he and Katy, 28, can get their own place together.

"He always insisted he needed his own place to make music but clearly that's changed. Now he mostly hangs out at Katy's place in LA," a source told People.

While the duo were initially reluctant to go public with their relationship, they are now serious and want the work to know. "They've both acted very private about their relationship in the past but they seem comfortable about going public with their relationship now. They seem very happy," the insider added.

John is so serious about Katy he is even rumored to be planning to pop the question after just six months of dating. "John really likes the fact that Katy is so independent and not needy and clingy like the other girls he's dated. This is the first time John's felt so strongly about a girl. She's played her cards perfectly. They really do bring out the best in each other. It wouldn't surprise me at all if he proposed," a friend of the musician said.


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Amanda Bynes Threatened with Eviction

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Movies, Television, Legal Issues, Rumors,

Amanda BynesAmanda Bynes has been forced to move out of her New York apartment, after being threatened with eviction.

The troubled former actress has reportedly been called a "disrespectful rule-breaker" by her landlord after complaints from the other tenants. According to gossip website TMZ, "Amanda got a letter from building management earlier this month explaining that her lease would be terminated ... because she's a building nuisance."

Amanda has had a series of legal troubles in the past few months and in December settled two hit-and-run cases after reaching a civil compromise with her victims, saving herself from a potential 12 months in jail. "Amanda Bynes was able to reach a civil compromise in both of her hit-and run-cases. The two separate victims agreed to dismiss the charges after a financial settlement was reached with both... There really is no need to pursue legal charges because damage to their respective vehicles was paid for. Her lawyer Richard Hutton advanced the case and went in early to avoid the media," a source said.

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252º Living Area Prototype

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Household, Transportation,

252º Living Area

With the mortgage crisis resulting in so many homeless, would that this design by Stephanie Bellanger, Amaury Watine, François Gustin and David Dethoor be duplicated by the dozens. The 252º Living Area is a trailer that converts into a living room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and office. A sliding screen covers the mobile mini-house to keep nasty insects and small creatures out. It would certainly be simple to keep moving should one get shut out of a park area, parking lot or back street.

 

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AirBed and Breakfast Replaces Costly Hotels

You finally cleaned out that spare room that housed all the junk and sold it on eBay. What to do with the space now? List it for free on AirBed and Breakfast. Then when some weary traveler needs a room for the night you can make a bit of cash. The site lists over 600 cities in 68 countries. Whoever rents the room pays the site a surcharge so everybody is happy. We only had one problem with the concept. Do they screen renters or rentees? No matter. It is worth taking a peek for their video alone.

 

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N55 Walking House

This house can hustle. The Danish art collective N55 teamed with MIT to make a walking house. Standing 10 ft. high, it is both solar and wind powered, and features a living room, kitchen, bathroom, bed, wood stove and a computer for its leg control. They are hoping that the legs can be mounted under any structure and that modules can be linked for larger living spaces. One of the designers, Øivind Slaatto, plans to live in it in Copenhagen. What a great thing it would be if this prototype became real and could get out of the way of tornadoes, overflowing waterways, and nasty neighbors.

 

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