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Aug 20 09:46

World’s oldest living pet Tommy the tortoise celebrates 121st birthday

What is the secret to a long life? Well if you ask this 121-year-old it’s dandelions and sleeping for six months a year.

Tommy the tortoise is celebrating her birthday and is now the world’s oldest living pet.

She has survived two world wars, six different monarchs and 21 US Presidents.

Born in 1898, Tommy has been in Sheila Floris’s family since 1909 when her grandmother Margaret Cloonan bought her for £1 – when the tortoise was already 11 years old.

Sheila claims that Tommy’s longevity can be attributed to her healthy diet of garden weeds and plenty of love and care from her owners over the last 121 years.

Aug 19 09:49

A Cycle of Renewal, Broken: How Big Tech and Big Media Abuse Copyright Law to Slay Competition

By Cory Doctorow

As long we’ve had electronic mass media, audiences and creators have benefited from periods of technological upheaval that force old gatekeepers to compete with brash newcomers with new ideas about what constitutes acceptable culture and art. Those newcomers eventually became gatekeepers themselves, who then faced their own crop of revolutionaries. But today, the cycle is broken: as media, telecoms, and tech have all grown concentrated, the markets have become winner-take-all clashes among titans who seek to dominate our culture, our discourse and our communications.

How did the cycle end? Can we bring it back? To understand the answers to these questions, we need to consider how the cycle worked — back when it was still working...

Aug 13 22:49

Bigfoot riding Nessie!

Funny! More believable than Epstein killing himself.

Aug 13 10:31

VIDEO: How Russia’s Cartoon Industry Fights Neoliberal Degeneracy

The unexpected success of Russia’s cartoon industry in recent years, especially with the Masha and the Bear cartoon series, has brought the long-awaited revival to Russian cartoonists. With Western MSM (mainstream media) pushing for the increasingly despotic regulation in media space, including the cartoon industry, this is a breath of fresh air. With over 4 billion views, one of the Masha and the Bear episodes is in the top 5 most popular YouTube videos.

Aug 13 09:30

Barbra Streisand Is So Upset About Trump, She Had to Perform a Parody of ‘Send in the Clowns’ Featured

If there were any supporters of President Donald Trump in the audience recently during a Barbra Streisand concert in New York City … Well, never mind.

(The few who may have been there likely guessed what they would be getting into before they even walked in the door.)

The left-leaning celebrity, singer and actress couldn’t resist going after the president during her Madison Square Garden concert last week with the performance of a parody version of her iconic song, “Send in the Clowns.”

Aug 12 11:10

Universal Cancels Release of ‘The Hunt,’ Where Liberals Kill ‘Deplorables’ for Sport

Universal has canceled the release of the film The Hunt, reportedly featuring liberal elites hunting and killing “deplorables” for sport. The decision comes after the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, and President Donald Trump calling “liberal Hollywood” racist and full of violence.

“While Universal Pictures had already paused the marketing campaign for The Hunt, after thoughtful consideration, the studio has decided to cancel our plans to release the film,” the studio said in a statement. “We stand by our filmmakers and will continue to distribute films in partnership with bold and visionary creators, like those associated with this satirical social thriller, but we understand that now is not the right time to release this film.”

Aug 09 10:26

LAST DAY TO SIGN OUR LETTER: Tell the DOJ to Modernize the Consent Decrees

Last month, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) opened a new review of the ASCAP and BMI consent decrees that govern how we license our respective repertories to music users, including digital streaming services; radio, TV and cable companies; and bars, restaurants and retail stores. These consent decrees were conceived in 1941 and are completely out of touch with the way music is listened to in today’s digital world.

We are asking the government to modernize these antiquated decrees to create a fair and level playing field for all songwriters and composers. We feel that doing so would achieve more flexibility for our members, as well as promote competition and innovation in the music marketplace. (You can read more about our position in this open letter to the industry on consent decree reform.)

Aug 08 09:35

Report: Obamas Take Netflix By Storm, Luring A-listers Like Denzel Washington

Barack and Michelle Obama are making their presence felt at Netflix, using their star-power to lure A-list talent including Denzel Washington to the digital streaming platform, according to a new report.

The Hollywood Reporter said Wednesday that the former first couple is making a big impact on Netflix as they prepare to debut their first show as part of an ongoing deal between the streamer and the Obama’s production company, Higher Ground.

Aug 08 09:14

Hollywood blockbuster that satirizes killing of ‘deplorables’ causes outrage: ‘Demented and evil’

A controversial movie about privileged vacationers hunting “deplorables” for sport is ruffling feathers more than a month before its scheduled release and after tragic mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.

“The Hunt” is billed as a satire that follows wealthy thrill-seekers taking a private jet to a five-star resort where they embark on a “deeply rewarding” expedition that involves hunting down and killing designated humans. The Hollywood Reporter reported on Tuesday that “Universal is re-evaluating its strategy for the certain-to-be-controversial satire" following the shootings after ESPN reportedly pulled a trailer for the film that had been previously cleared to air on the sports network.

Aug 08 08:45

Fantasy: Mariah Carey calls Hillary Clinton “President Clinton”

From Daily Mail: Mariah Carey was in close quarters with two political leaders as she attended the Barbra Streisand concert at Madison Square Garden in NYC over the weekend.

The We Belong Together hitmaker, 49, shared photos of herself smiling alongside Bill and Hillary Clinton via Twitter on Tuesday. ‘An honor to meet President Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton!’she wrote alongside a blushing smiley face.

Aug 01 01:06

July 31, 2019 FRB lowers rates

Jul 31 09:34

Kathy Griffin Complains Bloody Trump Head Controversy Made Her ‘Unemployable and Uninsurable’

In an interview with the Associated Press, comedian and liberal activist Kathy Griffin said that after 2017 photoshoot in which she held a fake, blood-soaked Donald Trump head, she became “unemployable and uninsurable.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Maybe because it wasn't funny. In fact it was pretty dumb!

Jul 30 10:03

Mamet’s “Bitter Wheat”, #MeToo and the role of Jewish parody

"You’ll want to see Mamet’s 'Bitter Wheat' not because it is a great play – because it isn’t – but because it is a true window into the sophisticated and manipulative role of Jewish humour."

Jul 24 18:29

Live Nation Executive Caught Delivering Thousands of Metallica Tickets Directly to Scalper Sites

Live Nation president of U.S. concerts Bob Roux arranged for the direct delivery of nearly 90,000 Metallica tickets to aftermarket scalper sites, a move that artificially spiked ticket prices for fans.

Live Nation is already doing damage control on this one, though this is the second time the company and its Ticketmaster subsidiary have been caught directly placing tickets onto scalper websites.

In this latest episode, Live Nation president of U.S. concerts Bob Roux was secretly recorded while facilitating the direct transfer of roughly 88,000 Metallica tickets to aftermarket sites. According to Billboard, which obtained the secret recording, the direct transfer was arranged at the behest of Metallica itself, which stood to benefit enormously from the elevated ticket prices (as did Ticketmaster).

The loser in the scheme were Metallica fans,..

Jul 22 09:43

‘This is too much’: News of Natalie Portman as female Thor divides film franchise fans

News that Natalie Portman will star as a female Thor in an upcoming Marvel film has sparked debate on social media as some fans reacted in anger to a woman being cast as the titular role in the popular comic book franchise.

What next - a female He Man?

Jul 20 06:41

Mark Dice trolls mainstream media in local KUSI News interview

Mark Dice is back at it again! LOL! The mainstream media isn’t going to like THIS!

SAN DIEGO (INTELLIHUB) — YouTube commentator and social media warrior Mark Dice appeared on KUSI News where he spoke about big tech’s push to censor online conservative personalities and his experience attending the recent White House Social Media Summit.

Dice has been posting videos on YouTube since 2006 when the platform first went public but said that his audience grew substantially during the runup to the 2016 presidential election which is what big tech and the mainstream media fear most.

Jul 15 09:24

A BRILLIANT MOVIE NOT TO BE MISSED

Last night I watched a brilliant movie that must be seen by all of you ….. BLACKkKLANSMAN
It is timely, it is funny but worse of all, it’s true.
So download it, rent it, buy it but DO watch it. You won’t regret it.
Here’s the trailer …

Jul 13 14:38

M.W.K.P.A.: The Mysterious Stranger

Very very good.

Jul 10 16:49

Life-Altering Copyright Lawsuits Could Come to Regular Internet Users Under a New Law Moving in the Senate

By Ernesto Falcon

The Senate Judiciary Committee intends to vote on the CASE Act, legislation that would create a brand new quasi-court for copyright infringement claims. We have expressed numerous concerns with the legislation, and serious problems inherent with the bill have not been remedied by Congress before moving it forward.

In short, the bill would supercharge a “copyright troll” industry dedicated to filing as many “small claims” on as many Internet users as possible in order to make money through the bill’s statutory damages provisions. Every single person who uses the Internet and regularly interacts with copyrighted works (that’s everyone) should contact their Senators to oppose this bill...

Jul 10 08:43

Silicon Valley Developing Augmented Reality Tech Based on Sci-Fi Film

By Daniel Taylor

As reported by Fast Company, Silicon Valley is developing augmented reality technology based on a 2012 science fiction film called Sight...

Jul 09 12:38

Harvey Weinstein and accusers 'reach tentative $44m compensation deal'

Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein has reached a tentative $44m deal to resolve several lawsuits and compensate women who have accused him of sexual misconduct, according to reports.

The settlement – reached with his accusers, his former film studio’s board members and the New York attorney general’s office – was reported by the Wall Street Journal and Associated Press.

It comes more than a year and a half after accusations of sexual misconduct by Weinstein first became public, in October 2017 in the New York Times.

Jul 09 08:49

Gen Z Adults Encourage Each Other To Sign Up For Facial Recognition At Music Festivals

By MassPrivateI

USA Today’s reporter Dawn Gilberston, offers a disturbing glimpse into the mass media’s collusion with TSA-style checkpoints at public venues.

The story describes how happy a young woman is to join IdentoGo’s TSA PreCheck just so she can avoid check-in lines at music festivals...

Jul 08 05:46

‘Homeland Security CSI’ July 4th TV special: Agents Dick Strong & Fannie Goode bring ‘Illegal Terrorist Combatant Associates’ to justice!

Satire often demonstrates how our real-world so-called "news," so-called "political leadership," and so-called "entertainment" help indoctrinate Americans to accept dictatorial government. Americans' loss of promised rights are real, forever lie-started and illegal Wars of Aggression are real, and exponential debt is real, and the challenge of US .01% "leadership" is to convince the American public to embrace these slave conditions as "necessary" for public safety.

Read on to see this is the point of so much of what we're given to watch for "public programming."

Jul 07 13:33

In America Money Literally Is Time - Unless Of Course You're Bernie Sanders

Money raised graphed against speaking time in the first Democratic presidential debate. As usual, there's a relationship that is nearly one to one.

What is anomalous is the 'lower tier candidate' effect: slightly less bang for their buck.

And downright unusual is the amount of time given -- or should I say not given -- to Bernie Sanders.

Original graph by Corporanon.

Jul 07 07:58

Flashback: In 2017, The First Robot Granted Citizenship Was 'Happy' But Apparently Not Very Smart

Original post.

Why grant her citizenship?

Well, that one's easy, if you are familiar with the historical regard that this particular country has for women’s rights.

What country?

Saudi Arabia.

Given such painstaking attention to detail, it must not have seemed like much of a stretch.

Jul 04 05:53

MAD Magazine to Cease Publication

Jul 01 18:09

Announcement on Amazon producing the Lord of the Rings TV show in NZ is 'imminent'

The Government offered Amazon no extra sweeteners to film its Lord of the Rings TV series in New Zealand, according to a senior minister.

Economic Development Minister David Parker told reporters this morning that he had made it clear to Amazon that New Zealand had "a pretty effective scheme" in place already, through the Major Screen Production Grant.

He said he told Amazon officials before Christmas: "We weren't proposing to change [the deal] to make it more beneficial for them in particular".

Although stopping short of confirming the Lord of the Rings TV series would be filmed in New Zealand, Parker said an announcement on this was "imminent".

But he said it would be coming from Amazon, not the Government.

Jun 27 09:28

How Russell Crowe Became Roger Ailes, Physically And Mentally

Jun 26 11:41

Binge Watching TV Increases Heart Health Risks More Than a Desk Job, Study Finds

Sitting for long periods of time has been linked to increased risk of cardiovascular disease and early death, but a new study suggests that not all types of sitting are equally unhealthy.

The study, led by researchers at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, found that leisure-time sitting (while watching TV)–but not sitting at work–was associated with a greater risk of heart disease and death among the study’s more than 3,500 participants...

Jun 25 07:19

Gillette Stadium’s Facial Recognition Can Identify Fans Before They Enter The Stadium

By MassPrivateI

One of the NFL’s premiere franchises, the New England Patriots is using “Evolve Edge” millimeter wave/facial recognition scanners to identify fans before they enter Gillette Stadium.

According to Evolv Edge’s brochure, their scanners use facial recognition to identify everyone...

Jun 24 11:03

Why 'Batman,' Not 'Star Wars,' Was The Box Office Blockbuster That Ruined Hollywood

Over 400 pilots have joined a class-action lawsuit against Boeing, accusing the company of an "unprecedented cover-up" of "known design flaws" on the company's top-selling 737 MAX, according to the Australian Broadcasting Company.

The MAX, first put into service in 2017, was involved in two fatal crashes over the course of a year; the first off the coast of Indonesia in October 2018, killing 189 - and the second in Ethiopia, killing 157.

Jun 18 14:46

Stunning And Brave: Rachel Dolezal Announces 'I Am Bisexual' for Pride Month

Sista Dolezal celebrated Pride Month over the weekend by announcing she's "bisexual."

Jun 17 08:53

BERKELEY, CORNELL PARTNER WITH FACEBOOK TO IDENTIFY 'FAKE NEWS'

SOURCE: CAMPUS REFORM
Facebook is partnering with the University of California-Berkeley, Cornell University, and the University of Maryland to identify fake news.
The tech giant is investing $7.5 million into projects at the three schools, according to a UC Berkeley news release. The two Berkeley professors who will work with Facebook are Hany Farid and Alexe Efros, who are both part of UC-Berkeley’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences.

Farid has been a longtime critic of social media companies and the danger that doctored videos and images pose online. The professor has commented on this subject for CNN and admitted to the school that he is “skeptical” of the new partnership with Facebook.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I have to look at that last paragraph, and laugh; of course, censoring out conservative content is absolutely the design objective of this project, and to push unthinking readers away from Facebook's censored sites.

Facebook has, very willingly, become a critical part, and a proud member of 4th element in in US government, alongside Twitter, and Google.

So now, we not only have the Judicial; Congressional; Executive branches of government; but also the Surveillance branch of the unhinged, surveilled, state of Amerika.

And and to those Foggy Bottomites in the Bowels of Power in DC; George Orwell's masterpiece novel, "1984", was a cautionary tale; NOT A HOW TO MANUAL;!!!

Jun 11 15:54

More U.S. millennials subscribe to video games than traditional pay TV: survey

About 53% of people born between 1983 and 1996 now pay for gaming services, versus 51% who pay for television, according to a survey from the accounting and professional services firm Deloitte.

That is compared with Deloitte’s survey last year, in which paid subscriptions among millennials were 44% for video games and 52% for television.

Paid television through cable, satellite or fiber - for instance Comcast Corp’s Xfinity, Dish Network Corp or AT&T Inc’s U-verse TV - has been challenged by changing viewer habits, particularly the rise of direct-to-consumer streaming services.

At the same time, video games and e-sports have soared in popularity, giving rise to an industry of competitive professional and amateur games watched in person and online by fans, alongside more casual gaming on mobile phones.

Jun 11 15:43

Radiohead Get Hacked for Ransom, Release All Stolen Material to Donate to Climate Change Protests

Experimental rock band Radiohead has released 18 hours of material that was stolen from lead singer Thom Yorke's archived MiniDiscs by an unknown hacker.

The group announced on its social media platforms today that the archive—consisting mostly of unfinished music and clips from the mid-90s—had been stolen last week. The hacker, or hackers, demanded $150,000 to keep it from being released to the public, Radiohead said.

In response, the band decided not only to ignore the ransom demand but release the entire trove of music to Bandcamp in aid of Extinction Rebellion, the new climate change movement.

May 26 09:28

Lights, Camera… Covert Action: The Deep Politics of Hollywood

Originally published by GR in February 2009, this article focusses on the role of Hollywood as an instrument of propaganda. The Deep Politics of Hollywood are part of the broader process of media manipulation and disinformation in support of US led wars.

Here we build a prima facae case supporting the idea that Hollywood continues to be a target for infiltration and subversion by a variety of state agencies, in particular the CIA. Academic debates on cinematic propaganda are almost entirely retrospective, and whilst a number of commentators have drawn attention to Hollywood’s longstanding and open relationship with the Pentagon, little of substance has been written about the more clandestine influences working through Hollywood in the post-9/11 world. As such, our work delves into the field of what Peter Dale Scott calls “deep politics”; namely, activities which cannot currently be fully understood due to the covert influence of shadowy power players.

May 25 18:28

YouTubers and record labels are fighting, and record labels keep winning

Glenn Fricker didn’t run into any issues when he uploaded a video about digital music editing to YouTube in 2014. But in April, nearly five years and 600,000 views later, he received an email from YouTube notifying him that Warner Music Group had claimed copyright over a 15-second video clip he included of Iron Maiden. As a result, the entire video would now be blocked.

May 23 18:25

The Bitter Sweet Symphony dispute is over

For the last 22 years, The Verve haven't made a penny from Bitter Sweet Symphony, after forfeiting the royalties to The Rolling Stones.

The song was embroiled in a legal battle shortly after its release, after The Verve sampled an orchestral version of The Stones' song The Last Time.

As a result, writer Richard Ashcroft had to sign over his rights to Mick Jagger and Keith Richards - until now.

Speaking as he received a lifetime achievement prize at the Ivor Novello Awards, Ashcroft announced: "As of last month, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards signed over all their publishing for Bitter Sweet Symphony, which was a truly kind and magnanimous thing for them to do."

May 21 09:16

Elton John SLAMS Leftist Critics Who Have a Problem With a Straight Man Playing Him

Actor Taron Egerton, known by many for his role in the 2014 action/comedy The Kingsman, plays rock legend Elton John in the upcoming movie Rocketman. Many have complained that since John is gay, the role should have been played by someone from the LGBT community instead of a straight man, but John is having none of that.

“That’s all bulls***, I’m sorry,” John told The Sun in a recent interview. “If people don’t like it, review-wise, or it doesn’t make one dollar, it’s the movie I wanted to make and that’s all that counts.”

“I can look back and say, ‘You know what, I love it. I can live with it,” John said.

John took the position that the film needed to please him, personally, regardless of whether LGBT groups or any other political agendas were served. Much of that satisfaction comes from the good job Egerton has done in portraying the piano rocker.

May 21 06:17

Ryan Tedder slams 'ludicrous' copyright cases

Ryan Tedder has written some of pop's biggest hits, including Beyonce's Halo, Ed Sheeran's Happier and, for his own band OneRepublic, Counting Stars.

But he says pop is in danger of being stifled by the rise in copyright cases.

"It's a conversation in every writing session," he tells the BBC.

"The odds of getting sued in this day and age are so high, we're going to get to a point where nobody can write anything - because everything will be derivative of something else.

"It's just ludicrous."

May 16 10:13

French not amused by US pressure to withdraw Cannes award from ‘racist, misogynist’ Alain Delon

US social justice activists incensed at the Cannes Festival’s intent to honor Alain Delon have started a petition to stop it, citing the legendary actor’s “close-minded” views. The festival, and the French public, were not amused.

Cannes organizers have held firm in their intent to honor the actor, now 83, with a Palme d’Or for lifetime achievement. One of the most prestigious European film festivals kicked off this week with posters of Delon from his 1960s heyday as a sex symbol.

May 16 10:08

US Adults Spend Crushing Amount Of Cash Playing Video Games

American adults spend enormous amounts of money playing video games, mostly on smartphones, and at a rapidly increasing pace, according to Reuters.

According to annual research from the Entertainment Software Association, over 164 million US adults play video games - a figure that's 20% more than a year ago and over 85% more than in 2015.

A staggering $43.4 billion spent in 2018 was mostly on content, as opposed to hardware and accessories. Of pay-to-play games, “Call of Duty: Black Ops III”, “Red Dead Redemption II” and “NBA 2K19” took the top spots for most units sold but the list did not include free games such as “Fortnite.”

“Games are striking an important chord with American culture,” said Stanley Pierre-Louis, ESA’s acting president and chief executive officer. “That’s what makes it the leading form of entertainment today.”

May 14 10:05

Judge: Number of ‘Unprovable’ Piracy Cases is Alarmingly High

Copyright-trolling outfit Strike 3 has suffered a severe blow in a New York federal court. U.S. Magistrate Judge James Orenstein has thrown out over a dozen cases, signaling a variety of problems. Among other things, the Judge noted that the frequency of improperly accused pirates, more than one in three, is alarmingly high.

May 10 08:46

When Eurovision goes to Israel

“Hatred will prevail!” screams the man on stage, as two leather-clad women gyrate in cages behind him. On a pedestal above, a man in a black leotard slices the air with a staff shaped like a toilet plunger. Meet Hatari (pictured), a self-described “anti-capitalist, bdsm [bondage-discipline-sadism-masochism] techno band”. They are Iceland’s entry for this year’s Eurovision song contest, best known for featuring cheesy ballads and launching the careers of abba and Céline Dion.

May 02 09:06

ROY MOORE TOWERS OVER JUDGE IN SASHA BARON COHEN CASE

Last Monday, on behalf of my friend and client Chief Justice Roy Moore of Alabama, I appeared in front of the former chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia who is now on senior status, the Honorable Thomas J. Hogan (courtroom illustration above). The reason? I had filed a complaint against the low-class comedian Sasha Baron Cohen, Showtime and its parent company, CBS, over their having maliciously defamed Judge Moore by falsely portraying him as a pedophile.

Apr 30 08:54

As Predicted, AVENGERS: ENDGAME Genocides Whites—Will Franchise (Like America) Survive?

Disney’s Avengers: Endgame, the culmination of 22 prior movies connecting the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), made an astounding $1.2 billion at the global box office this weekend. [‘Avengers: Endgame’ Sets Global Box Office Record: $1.2 Billion, by Christopher Palmeri, Bloomberg, April 28, 2019] But the plot signals the end of the line for MCU white super heroes—and consequently, I predict, for the series. Call it America: The Microcosm.

It was seven years ago when a bunch of white superheroes got together to save the world in The Avengers: Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, Hawkeye, The Hulk and the Black Widow. the foundational characters the entire MCU was built upon (See my The Avengers—“A Bunch Of White Guys Saving The World”? Can’t Have That!).

SPOILER ALERT: what follows will include spoilers about plot of Avengers: Endgame, so if you haven’t seen the movie you may want to stop here].

Apr 27 08:21

Old British rabies paranoia films

Apr 25 11:10

'It's so painful my soul is cracked': Empire creator Lee Daniels reveals Jussie Smollett may not return to the show due to his lawsuit with the city of Chicago as he confirms that the Fox show has been renewed for season six

Lee Daniels begrudgingly commented on the ongoing Jussie Smollett situation during an appearance on Good Day New York Wednesday morning.

The Empire creator was on the morning show to promote the new play he is producing, Ain’t No Mo’, when he was asked about Smollett.

'It's so painful that our souls are cracked,' said Daniels.

'It's just too painful to talk about.' Then, after a bit of poking and prodding, he revealed that Smollett's future on Empire is very much up in the air.

At the same time, Daniels confirmed that Empire has been renewed for a sixth season at Fox.

Apr 25 07:58

18 Grateful Dead w/ Neville Brothers - Sugar Magnolia - 07.10.89 - East Rutherford NJ

This will put a smile on your face especially Jerry's solos! 7 minutes in! I need a smile this morning!

If it ain't worth playin loud,it ain't worth playin!

Apr 23 18:45

The Assassination of Pat Garrett

Once and for all, who did it and why?

For the 57-year-old lawman, his was an undignified death. Pat Garrett was urinating on the side of the road to Las Cruces, New Mexico, about four miles east of town. As he was so occupied, somebody hidden about 50 feet behind him put a Winchester bullet in the back of his head.

On February 29, 1908, Garrett was dead. The man who had headed down the legends trail nearly 30 years before when he killed Billy the Kid, murdered.

It was a conspiracy. A contract murder. An organized crime hit.

This is what we know........

Apr 23 11:06

Golden Globes 2016 - Ricky Gervais Best Parts Funny

Apr 13 10:16

HOLLYWOOD ENDING

Apr 12 09:10

Madonna Plays Apartheid

It may be difficult for some to understand the impact that a pop icon has on social and political events, but these cultural figures possess enormous psychological sway in the minds of millions. Their actions make a difference. So it can be quite jarring when one of those icons goes against the justified demands of an entire people, especially when they have been oppressed and persecuted for decades.

This May Madonna is set to perform two songs at Eurovision in Tel Aviv. She will reach an estimated 180 million viewers. She has moneyed backing too. Canadian billionaire Sylvan Adams has pledged to pay $1 million dollars for her performance at Eurovision. And she will simultaneously flip the bird to millions of Palestinians who languish under a brutal system of colonial oppression, ethnic cleansing and apartheid. Madonna is no stranger to this controversy. In 2012 she launched her MDNA tour in Tel Aviv against the urging of BDS activists.

Apr 12 05:02

Trump expected to watch sumo on May 26 during Japan visit

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Trump and his aides have requested box seats located near the first three rows at Tokyo's Ryogoku Kokugikan during his visit, which is expected to take place from May 26 to 28.

The JSA plans to reserve several box seats that surround the president's seat for security personnel>>>

Apr 11 08:03

CNN’s Chris Cuomo after SWATing: “I have to move because it spooked my f**king wife”

According to a story out of the Hollywood Reporter, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo is not too happy and is being forced to move after being SWAT-teamed at 4 a.m. by a squad of officers in late January after a hater phoned in a fake police report stating that there was “a possible shooting and hostage situation” at Cuomo’s Hampton residence where both he and his wife reside.

Apr 10 10:04

Alec Baldwin Flirts With Presidential Run, Says Beating Trump Would Be "So Easy"

Alec Baldwin, the actor who is well known today for his widely ridiculed impersonation of President Trump, as well as his violent temper, is now considering a run for president.

In a Monday morning tweet, Baldwin asked his followers if they would vote for him if he decided to run for president, adding that beating President Trump would be "so easy."

Then again, he wouldn't be the first candidate to take that view.

Baldwin added that he wouldn't ask for any money (suggesting that he would self-finance his campaign), and that "I promise I will win." Of course, the actor has no political or government experience to speak of (unless you count his portrayal of CIA director Alan Hunley in the 'Mission Impossible' movies), and it's not clear exactly what his policy platform would be, aside from 'Trump bad.'

Apr 09 16:11

The Curse Of Ted Cruz

Cruz's tweet with just 35 seconds left sealed Texas Tech's fate. The Zodiac Killer strikes again.

Ted Cruz tweeted with Texas Tech in the National Championship game, up by 1 with just 35 seconds left. They lost in overtime>>>

(*I haven't heard Boo! , about the Senator TX , and here , not even at the office , chizling the nation , but at the game , jinxing the home team .
But as long as you insist it's The Democrats ...)

Apr 09 13:34

Ocasio-Cortez Suddenly Shifts To Speaking Like Jar Jar Binks While Addressing Crowd Of Gungans

NABOO—Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has come under fire after giving a speech to a crowd of Gungan supporters on the planet of Naboo. Critics claim Ocasio-Cortez clearly shifted her speaking style to try to emulate the Gungans’ speech patterns, changing her speech to sound exactly like that of Jar Jar Binks.

“Meesa Ocasio-Cortez. Meesa gonna seize the means of production big-big,” she said as the Gungan crowd cheered. “Meesa your humble servant who’s in charge.”

“Yousa all gonna do whatever I say now, okeeday?” she added.

Apr 08 12:47

Dennis Day Dead: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Human remains found inside the Oregon home of entertainer Dennis Day are believed to be those of the original Mouseketeer. Though officials have not confirmed Day is dead, his sister shared a post on Facebook referring to her brother as being in Heaven.

Day, who would have turned 76 on Sunday, was reported missing in July of 2018. If the body is that of Day, which appears to be now widely reported but not confirmed, it’s not clear why the Mouseketeer was not located sooner given where his body was discovered.

Day, who was one of the original cast members of the Mickey Mouse Club in the mid-1950s, disappeared from the small town of Phoenix, Oregon.

Day told his partner of a near half-century Ernest Caswell, that he was off to visit friends. Caswell, who suffers from dementia had been hospitalized and now lives in a nursing facility, alerted friends. and police were called.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Normally I do not do entertainment news, but I knew and worked with Dennis in the 70s at the Renaissance Pleasure Faire and amusement park gigs in Southern Cal. He was a great guy, although frustrated he could not shed his Mouseketeer image. The story about his car seems weird, like why didn't the cops arrest those two for car theft.

Apr 08 08:25

TO HELL AND BACK

Terrence Popp is quite a character.

If you watch his Redonkulas episodes over on YouTube regularly (which I do), then you will see that he comes across as something of a roaring asshole. He is very sarcastic, very blunt, doesn't give a damn about your feelings, and takes absolutely no prisoners while he breaks down the stupidities and insanities of our modern world using maths and logic.

He has no patience whatsoever for idiots, fatties, losers, and especially feminists. (Lord, forgive me my redundancies.) And if you judge Popp purely by what you see on his YouTube channel, you will get a rather skewed and deeply inaccurate picture of the man.

Apr 05 16:30

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