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Updated: 2014-10-05T00:24:20.425-07:00


Spitzer's Downfall is a Windfall for Another


Ashley Alexandra Dupre - the prostitute who serviced disgraced and ejected New York Governor Eliot Spitzer may have a bright career ahead, at least for a few ridiculous months:

Top talent scouts are weighing in on her chances after the 22-year-old racked up millions of MySpace views and launched much-sought-after new songs on priced-by-demand Web site since the Spitzer story broke.

Before Dupre's MySpace page was deleted Thursday, it had received 4,612,397 views and her song "What We Want" touted 711,334 plays. According to the New York Times, two tracks Dupre released to this week received thousands of listens and their prices rocketed from free to the maximum price of 98 cents Thursday. The number of blog posts mentioning Dupre also rose over 750% in the last 48 hours according to Nielsen BuzzMetrics.

Here is what some major A&R (artists and repertoire) executives told about her prospects:

"I think her song is absolutely terrible. If people are interested in signing her, then they shouldn't be in the music business. It'd be a shame to exploit her talent based on the unacceptable reality that she was involved in. Most importantly, it destroyed multiple families. I don't think the scandal will help her at all. In fact, I think the public is a bit smarter than we think they are. Even though she's had over a million hits on her MySpace, I think people are just going there to see her pictures and laugh at her attempt to pursue a music career."

Sleep Distruption


Sleep disruption can cause disease in one's major organs - the heart and kidney disease. The importance of body's circadian rhythms is well understood in the regulation of cardiovascular physiology although recent research suggest that organs "renew" during uninterrupted sleep.

McCain Snubs Conservatives


Sen. John McCain is the only major Republican presidential candidate who will not address the nation's premier gathering of conservatives this year.

Sponsors of the Conservative Political Action Conference, which begins today in Washington and brings together thousands of conservative leaders and grass-roots activists, say the Arizona Republican has "dissed" organizers by attempting to schedule a private reception for attendees after rejecting invitations to speak at the event.

"It was a classical McCain move, dissing us by going behind our backs," said William J. Lauderback, executive vice president of the American Conservative Union.