See Chris Brown Play A Disappearing Boyfriend In The Slightly Controversial "Think Like A Man"

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Despite embodying the perfect qualities needed for a big screen aggressive breakdancing star, Chris Brown is looking to expand his acting roles from just hollow holiday characters and dance-related cult favorites to that of a leading man. And in every path to Oscar gold comes the requisite ensemble romantic comedy based on a slightly controversial and nauseating self-help book. The first trailer from Anderson Cooper's favorite upcoming film Think Like A Man, based on Steve Harvey's Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man, shows Breezy as a disappearing boyfriend (or conquest), bold enough to slip out while his lady isn't looking and steal her caffeine, the latter being a crime more despicable than anything Leonardo DiCaprio and his Inception team could commit. While Cooper and others initialy criticized the casting of Brown in the film—Cooper included the news on his RidicuList segment this summer—he doesn't even score top-billing among a cast that includes Oscar nominee Taraji P. Henson, early aughts teen movie queen Gabrielle Union and comedian Kevin Hart. In fact, according to this trailer, he's not even a part of this "What's gotten into our women?" bromantic limo discussion by the film's male stars, which squashes the debate over whether someone convicted of assault is worthy of spewing relationship advice and reinforces that his personal life has left him typecast, among other things. Think Like A Man is in theaters March 9. Hey, isn't that Ron Artest Metta World Peace? Watch below.



US Fed News Service, Including US State News July 30, 2010 MARINE CORPS LOGISTICS BASE ALBANY, Ga., July 29 -- The U. site albany technical college

S. Marine Corps issued the following news release:

Maintenance Center Albany received the Manufacturer of the Year Award from Albany Technical College at a ceremony held here, Monday.

The award was presented by Albany Technical College president Dr. Anthony Parker who said MCA was an essential part of the Albany community.

"I am pleased that MCA has allowed ATC to maintain our long-term commitment to make [Marine Corps Logistics Base] an integral part of our community," he said.

Col. Terry W. Reid, commander, MCA, accepted the award in front of a large crowd of Marine Corps Logistics Command, base and local civilian officials.

"This award belongs to the dedicated Marines and civilian Marines of this facility," he said. "What we do is important, and we don't do it for recognition, we do it because Marines' lives depend on us." In 2006, ATC developed the Business Logistics Management program and has frequently trained many of MCA's artisans.

According to Albany Technical College's mission statement, it has developed diploma and degree programs in Business Logistics Management to provide qualified employees for MCA.

In addition, the college has, in the past, accelerated specific training to support the operational tempo of MCA's retrofit of war-fighting equipment. go to website albany technical college

"Our mission is to provide our warfighters with simply the best equipment available," Reid said. "Albany Technical College has played a big role in helping us provide that equipment." Between 2006 and 2009, MCA was the largest vehicle assembler in the state of Georgia.

"Albany Technical College is pleased to provide this honor to MCA and looks forward to our continued partnership," Parker said. "With this honor, we hope to demonstrate the level of support we should all share in this community for this vital partner." For any query with respect to this article or any other content requirement, please contact Editor at