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Image Hosted by ImageShack.us Tonight on TDS, Robert Downey Jr., Iron Man 3; and on TCR, Evan Spiegel & Bobby Murphy, developers of Snapchat.
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The Daily Show
Jon Hamm (actor – promoting TV show “Mad Men”)
Robert Downey Jr. (actor – promoting movie “Iron Man 3”)

RottenTomatoes 67 reviews, 90%
Robert Downey Jr. wikipedia

{brief googlenews survey: Robert Downey Jr may/may not be in more Iron Man movies -- his contract's up -- producers (etc) may/may not be concerned; the man wears fancy clothes when getting pictures taken at events which exist for pictures to be taken at; also, likes/doesn't hate working with/interacting with/being slapped by attractive co-star when at work with her.

Kay Bailey Hutchison (former Senator & author – promoting book “Unflinching Courage: Pioneering Women Who Shaped Texas”)
Eric Greitens (CEO of The Mission Continues, a national nonprofit organization that challenges veterans to serve and inspire in communities across America)
The Colbert Report
Iggy and The Stooges
Album, Ready to Die
Evan Spiegel & Bobby Murphy
Developers, Snapchat app
Forbes.com "Disruptors":
More than 350 million photos are uploaded just to Facebook each day. Terrified that all of those images will stick around forever? Snapchat to the rescue. It’s a smartphone app created by two former Stanford frat brothers that offers photo flashing: the opportunity to send a photo or video to someone and have it “self-destruct” within seconds. By rendering digital photos fleeting rather than archival, Snapchat offers a face-saving alternative to our constantly tracked, unerasable lives on the Internet—and a chance to reintroduce a modicum of privacy. Users are now sharing over 100 million snaps daily.

The revenue-less Snapchat has attracted nearly $14 million in venture funding, as well as its own Winklevoss-style lawsuit...

Top Google search results:
No, Snapchat Isn’t About Sexting, Says Co-Founder Evan Spiegel

The sexting wars: The two Stanford students set to make millions out of people texting dirty pictures to each other

Snapchat CEO: I Don't Believe People Are Using My App For Sexting

The Unbearable Lightness Of Snapchat: An Interview With One Of The Co-Founders note:

Therein lies the biggest critcism of Snapchat, and perhaps the reason why it became popular in the first place: A self-destructive private photo app is nearly begging to be the Official Sponsor of Sexting.
and the NYT is ON IT. note:
Since the overwhelming majority of Snapchat’s users are age 13 to 25, the application has provoked concerns from parents. The company acknowledges that the service can be misused, but does not dwell on it. “We are not advertising ourselves as a secure platform,” Mr. Spiegel said. “It’s a communication platform. It’s not our job to police the world or Snapchat of jerks.”
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Album, "The Heist"
Ben Kingsley
Actor, Iron Man 3
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