Friday, May 29, 2009

same shit different day

heres to alcohol, the cause and solution to all lifes problems

Thursday, May 28, 2009





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Chris Pine Pictures, Images and Photos

LA BELLA VITA! Pictures, Images and Photos

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I just read an article from the New York Times Style Mag by the perfume critic Chandler Burr

Now I dont have a sense of smell so I like to find out what really smells good and I think a perfume critic would be the "GO TO GUY" for getting the best input and advice on choosing a perfume to wear for male species.....heehe lol. Well, supposedly these two fragrances are "two of the greatest perfumes of the turn of the 21st century". Angel and Light Blue are both created by perfumer Olivier Cresp who has won numerous awards for his work.
I have to ask? Have you smelled Angel? I think it might be out of anybody that I knows price range so I have to ask. Does it smell that good and is it worth the investment? I already know D&G Light Blue smells good from a poll I took and 7 out of 10 people named it their favorite. I have Pink by Paris Hilton at the moment. But please advise...... :0)

Angel perfume by Thierry Mugler @ Pictures, Images and Photos

D&G Light Blue EDT $33.00-$50.00 Pictures, Images and Photos



Tuesday, May 26, 2009



love my new blue shoes!


science kick right now I guess

Early human ate young Neanderthal
Evidence shows first proof that two groups had direct, if violent, contact
A reconstructed Neanderthal skeleton, right, and a modern human skeleton, left, are on display at the Museum of Natural History. New evidence suggests early humans may have butchered and dined on Neanderthals, using their teeth as jewelry.

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updated 1:48 p.m. CT, Thurs., May 21, 2009
Sometime between 28,000 and 30,000 years ago, an anatomically modern human in what is now France may have eaten a Neanderthal child and made a necklace out of its teeth, according to a new study that suggests Europe's first humans had a violent relationship with their muscular, big-headed hominid ancestors.

The evidence, which includes teeth and a carefully butchered jawbone from a site called Les Rois in southwestern France, could represent the world's first known biological proof for direct contact between the two human groups.

The research, published in the Journal of Anthropological Science, also adds to the growing body of evidence that Europe's first modern humans, who comprised the Aurignacian culture, used human bones and teeth for adornment and possible symbolic meaning.

"Four Aurignacian sites, including Les Rois, have yielded perforated human teeth, which confirms the interest in using human bone, and teeth in particular, by Aurignacians, for symbolic purposes," concluded Fernando Rozzi and his team, which also identified butchered reindeer bones excavated at the site.

Cut marks on the reindeer bones likely produced by the humans' flint tools matched those found on the Neanderthal jawbone.

A recreation of ancient butchering techniques by the scientists indicates the marks "may have resulted from slicing through the geniohyoid muscle (a narrow muscle at the bottom of the oral cavity) to remove the tongue," according to Rozzi, a researcher at Paris's National Center for Scientific Research, and his colleagues.

Marrow from the bones appears to have also been consumed.

It remains unclear, however, if a modern human killed the Neanderthal youngster outright, or if the parts were scavenged from an already dead body.

An alternative hypothesis is that the Neanderthal jawbone actually belonged to a modern human with Neanderthal characteristics, which would suggest these two human groups made love and not war.

Noted British anthropologist Chris Stringer of the Natural History Museum, London, believes the new study is "very important." Although Stringer doesn't think it proves we hunted Neanderthals to death, he said the research strengthens the argument that competition from modern humans "contributed to Neanderthal extinction."

Neanderthals weren't always at the losing end of battles, however. Another new study, for the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research, found that Neanderthals were big game hunters who directly competed with hyenas, which had a similar diet and occupied the same carnivore position on the early European food chain.

Hyenas and Neanderthals also appear to have eaten each other on occasion, but project leader Gerrit Dusseldorp of the University of Witwatersrand's Institute for Human Evolution says Neanderthals were superior hunters due to their greater intelligence, communication skills and ability to cooperate.

Dusseldorp indicated that, per Rozzi's study, it's possible modern humans butchered Neanderthals. But he believes Neanderthal reliance on large prey, such as rhinos, brown bear, bison bulls and horses, may have played a bigger factor in the Neanderthal's demise, since large animal shortages could have left them hungry.

Modern humans, in contrast, are thought to have fished and hunted smaller, yet more plentiful, prey, like rabbits and birds.

"After environmental crises, modern humans may then have recovered more quickly than Neanderthals, and may have started usurping territories that before the environmental crisis were occupied by Neanderthals," Dusseldorp said.

cool stuff

Space tomato packs nutritional super-punch
A flop in space becomesan agricultural success story on Earth
A tomato developed to grow in microgravity was a flop in space, but it could become an agricultural success story on Earth if the patent is approved.
What started as a science experiment to grow plants in space has blossomed into a drought-resistant, nutritionally rich tomato — patent pending.

Mariya Khodakovskaya was a researcher at North Carolina State University when she created a genetically altered tomato seed designed to better withstand the rigors of space. The seeds were flown to the International Space Station in August 2007.

Though they successfully germinated, the plants didn't last long.

"The seedlings grew for a short period, and then they got no taller and died," said Chris Brown, a plant biologist at North Carolina State University.

The team strongly suspected that the problem was not microgravity, per se, but adverse growing conditions, such as a lack of air circulation, Brown said.

"We think they died due to a lack of air flow," he said.

The space plants were contained in special chambers designed by BioServe Space Technologies, a non-profit NASA-sponsored research center at the University of Colorado at Boulder. The chambers contained a solution of nutrients that would feed the plants as long as there was moisture present.

While the space experiment was a bust, the transgenic seeds blossomed on Earth, producing plants that could survive severe drought.

"Three weeks without water will kill most tomato plants. The transgencis came back, which is really cool and has huge implications for Earth agriculture," Brown told Discovery News.

Khodakovskaya, a plant physiologist who now operates her own lab at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, says she has since developed a new breed that in addition to tolerating draught, produces a leafy plant with fruit high in lycopene, an antioxidant. Researchers believe antioxidants are important in preventing cancer and other chronic diseases.

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Khodakovskaya and colleagues at Arkansas State University and the University of Central Arkansas are preparing to patent their technology, which involves adding some new genes to the basic tomato.

The fruit, however, has yet to be put to the ultimate test — taste.

"When we grow the plants we use some chemicals, and I was advised not to eat it," Khodakovskaya told Discovery News.

© 2009 Discovery Channel

interesting........ :0)

Just how realistic is the robotics technology seen in "Terminator Salvation?" We chatted with honest-to-god roboticist Daniel H. Wilson to find out.
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Let’s pretend it’s the not-so-distant future. There you are, standing in the pile of rubble that used to be your home, minding your own business, when suddenly you’re confronted by a hulking humanoid robot with glowing red eyes.

While this robot may not be shouting “Kill! Kill! Kill!” — thanks to its body language and the whirring saws it has where its hands should be, you’re about 99.999 percent sure that’s precisely what it has in mind.

The question then becomes, should you:

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A) Punch the robot with your mighty human fists
B) Call it hurtful names like “lug-nuts-for-brains” or “rusty arse” or "inferior cybernetic unit with outdated software"
C) Throw mud in its eyes

If you chose answer C, then give yourself a pat on the back. You’re well on your way to surviving a robot uprising.

With the new “Terminator Salvation” film in theaters, robots running amok seem to be on everyone’s minds (or at least on my mind). And so I consulted one of humanity’s foremost experts on the subject — Daniel H. Wilson, an honest-to-god roboticist (who got his Ph.D. from the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University no less) and the author of the book “ How to Survive a Robot Uprising.”

If the apocalyptic future depicted in “Terminator Salvation” were to actually come true, Wilson’s book contains all sorts of helpful advice — advice you'll find in sections titled “How to Spot a Robot Mimicking a Human” and “How to Fool a Thermal Imaging Target Tracker” and “How to Treat a Laser Wound.”

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Surely John Connor and the crew from "Terminator Salvation" could have used a copy of "How to Survive a Robot Uprising." The book offers tips on how to do things like stop a giant walking robot.

While Wilson takes a cheeky approach to talking about robots overthrowing their meatbag masters, he does believe that humanoid robots will one day be used to fight our wars and his book offers an approachable look at real-world robotics through the looking glass of popular culture.

When it comes to triumphing over a good robot gone bad, for example, he points out that “sensors are by far the most vulnerable, exposed parts of any robot.” And so if you want to blind an attacking automaton, “a handful of dirt, mud or water will suffice.”

He also points out, “It’s hard for a robot to wipe mud from its eyes when it has whirring buzz saws for hands.”

After checking out “Terminator Salvation,” I checked in with Wilson to get his roboticist perspective on the film. Here’s what he had to say about real-world robotics gone Hollywood and the likelihood of a robo-pocolypse ever happening. (A quick warning: This discussion contains spoilers aplenty.)

Did the first “Terminator” movie affect you as a kid and your interest in robotics?
It affected me a lot as a kid to see a humanoid robot and to see inside it. You really saw all the tendons and the joints and the skull and the whole skeleton of the thing. It really gave you the impression that this was a real walking, talking, murdering wind-up toy. And then I started thinking, well how would that really work? Can we really do that?

I think that “Terminator,” even though it has robots that kill everybody, has been central in helping a lot of people get interested in learning about robots.

As a roboticist, what did you think of “Terminator Salvation”?
I loved it. People were sweating it for technical accuracy and that blew me away because the movie was incredibly technically accurate from my perspective.

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What would you do to survive a robot uprising?

Obviously it's a movie, but what seemed realistic based on what you know about robotics today?
The behavior of the robots I found to be very accurate. The T-600 attacking John Connor, I thought that was quite realistic. It looked like a piece of machinery. You could see the pieces moving.

I also liked the part where another T-600 got caught in a snare and was hanging upside down by its foot. It was just so logical the way it behaved — it hung upside down, it was able to target the humans, it shot at them but it wasn’t able to be as accurate. When the humans were gone, it realized that it had a different problem — that it was trapped upside down. It saw that its foot was the problem and it shot its foot off. It was just basically executing a solution to a problem.

Anna Wilson
In “How to Survive a Robot Uprising,” Daniel Wilson, Ph.D., uses real-world robot science to examine a fictional future in which androids rebel.

Also, I’ve got to mention the robots in the water. Those are similar to modular robots — they’re made out of individual modules that are connected together and are able to execute different gait patterns. For example, snakes don’t all travel in the same way. There’s side-winding, there’s inch-worming, there’s your conventional wriggling. There are all these different ways that a modular robot can locomote, and they’re applicable in different situations. They can swim like sea snakes in water, wriggle across rough terrain on land, or even climb trees. (For an example of what he’s talking about, check out this modular snake robot from Carnegie Mellon.)

One non-obvious thing I really did like — did you notice that in the kidnapping scenes people were constantly getting snatched up by these big claws and they were never injured in the least? You know what, that is accurate. If a machine has force sensors in its manipulators, it can — to an incredibly accurate degree — regulate the amount of force it uses. (Check out this article for a peek at just such a robot.)

In the real world today, there’s a lot focus on how we can improve our bodies by incorporating technology into them. So it seemed to me that the cyborg character Marcus Wright was one of the more “realistic” things about the movie.
Absolutely. I think the whole course of human history has been marching toward that. As a species we are tool makers and we use our tools to increase our own abilities. You can’t hammer a nail in with your fist, so you use a tool for that. For us to incorporate these tools into our bodies is nothing new. Prosthetics have been around for literally thousands of years.

To sort of see the logical conclusion of that in “Terminator Salvation” was exciting. It tapped into something really ancient and really human. Also, it’s interesting to have that character say, “What am I?” This guy doesn’t know whether he’s human anymore and, you know, honestly that’s something that’s going to be affecting us in our real lives not too long from now.

Knowing what you know about robots, what didn’t work for you in the movie?
I was a little thrown by the very end and by the presence of a human heart in the cyborg. Although it was an infiltration unit — from a tactical perspective, it makes no sense to put a vulnerable beating heart right in the front chest cavity of an otherwise indestructible robot.

Also, the giant humanoid robot didn’t make any sense to me. First of all, it snuck up on them somehow. That thing would be loud and that thing would be smelly. It’s a gigantic machine. Don’t you notice if a cement truck is backing up to your house?

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And something I have to register a formal complaint about — a Terminator should never, ever close in on its human target, get a hold of its human target and then throw its human target as far away from itself as it can. In what universe does it make sense to be big and slow, to close in your prey and then to hurl your prey across the room where it will inevitably get up and run away again?

Can you tell me some of the reasons why you think a robot uprising won’t happen in the future?
Any technology can be used for good or evil. So human beings will use robots to kill each other. And human beings will use robots to save each other from life threatening disease, from dangerous situations and all kinds of stuff. But a robot uprising is different because you’re talking about the machine itself deciding to attack humanity. I just don’t see that happening.

What that entails is solving something called the “strong AI” problem — creating a machine with human-level or better intelligence. If you solve that problem, you’ve also by definition solved every other artificial intelligence problem there is. That is really, really hard. And in fiction it often just spontaneously happens. In the “Terminator” films, Skynet just “comes online” magically. There’s just no indication to me that this could suddenly happen without the intense scrutiny of some of the smartest human scientists on the planet.

The second thing that has to happen — which I don’t think will ever happen — is the AI is going to have to decide that it wants to wipe out humanity. If I’m a super human intellect, why am I going to destroy the most interesting phenomenon that exists in the solar system and maybe the universe? You can study the composition of all the rocks in the asteroid belt and you can map out all the mating rituals of every flatworm and reptile and bird on the planet, but honestly I don’t think there’ s anything more interesting than human beings. And if I was a superhuman intellect, I’d want to keep them around.

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Can you give me any reason why a robot uprising could actually happen in the future?
Human beings are not that great at looking at long-term outcomes. We do things like introduce rabbits to Australia. Somebody decided that it would be fun to hunt rabbits and they introduced them to Australia and they multiplied to the extent that they basically covered the content and killed countless indigenous species.

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What would you do to survive a robot uprising?

We often see our plans reproduce and get out of control. So, there could be a situation through human stupidity in which we create some kind of robotic technology that gets out of hand.

If I suddenly found myself in the world envisioned by "Terminator Salvation," what three pieces of survival advice would you give me?

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The number one rule of human-robot warfare: Go for the sensors

One, always, always go for the sensors. Kyle Reese obeyed the number one rule of human-robot warfare when he neatly wedged a piece of rebar into the brain stem of an attacking Terminator. The maneuver damaged the Terminator's inertial measurement unit and disoriented it long enough for the humans to escape.

Two, stay off the radio. Whether the signal is encrypted or not, it is exceedingly easy to track the source of a transmitted radio signal. If you have to send a communication, do it while you're on the move and keep your message brief. If you can, let John Connor deliver the long-winded fireside chats, while you high-tail it for the hills.

Three, know your enemy. Clearly, Terminators excel at killing other Terminators. Learning to hack into or reverse-engineer the robots is a key survival skill in the future. If John Connor had bothered to perform even a cursory autopsy of the cyborg Marcus Wright instead of hoisting him dramatically from chains, he would have found an inhibitor chip placed conveniently on the back of his head.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

If I WERE A BOY id have these shoes

Starting to dig this song a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Starting to dig this song a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Its really reminiscent(hope I spelled that right) of Michael Jackson back in the early days, like Rock Wit U…..hmmmmm

The Dream is coming out with hit after hit lately.

Oh yes sir… I like how he always says that.

Some parts of this video/song are really weird but still funny

likes this

This is an awesome piece. If you have not read it, take the time to read it now. If you have read it, take time to read it again! GEORGE CARLIN (His wife recently died...and George followed her, dying July 2008)

Isn't it amazing that George Carlin - comedian of the 70's and 80's - could write something so very eloquent...and so very appropriate.

A Message by George Carlin:

The paradox of our time in history is that we have taller buildings but shorter tempers, wider Freeways , but narrower viewpoints. We spend more, but have less, we buy more, but enjoy less. We have bigger houses and smaller families, more conveniences, but less time. We have more degrees but less sense, more knowledge, but less judgment, more experts, yet more problems, more medicine, but less wellness.

We drink too much, smoke too much, spend too recklessly, laugh too little, drive too fast, get too angry, stay up too late, get up too tired, read too little, watch TV too much, and pray too seldom.

We have multiplied our possessions, but reduced our values. We talk too much, love too seldom, and hate too often.

We've learned how to make a living, but not a life. We've added years to life not life to years. We've been all the way to the moon and back, but have trouble crossing the street to meet a new neighbor. We conquered outer space but not inner space. We've done larger things, but not better things.

We've cleaned up the air, but polluted the soul. We've conquered the atom, but not our prejudice. We write more, but learn less. We plan more, but accomplish less. We've learned to rush, but not to wait. We build more computers to hold more information, to produce more copies than ever, but we communicate less and less.

These are the times of fast foods and slow digestion, big men and small character, steep profits and shallow relationships. These are the days of two incomes but more divorce, fancier houses, but broken homes. These are days of quick trips, disposable diapers, throwaway morality, one night stands, overweight bodies, and pills that do everything from cheer, to quiet, to kill. It is a time when there is much in the showroom window and nothing in the stockroom. A time when technology can bring this letter to you, and a time when you can choose either to share this insight, or to just hit delete...

Remember; spend some time with your loved ones, because they are not going to be around forever.

Remember, say a kind word to someone who looks up to you in awe, because that little person soon will grow up and leave your side.

Remember, to give a warm hug to the one next to you, because that is the only treasure you can give with your heart and it doesn't cost a cent.

Remember, to say, ' I love you ' to your partner and your loved ones, but most of all mean it. A kiss and an embrace will mend hurt when it comes from deep inside of you.

Remember to hold hands and cherish the moment for someday that person will not be there again.

Give time to love, give time to speak! And give time to share the precious thoughts in your mind.


Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.

If you don't send this to at least 8 people.....Who cares?

George Carlin

Sunday, April 5, 2009

i like this



this is my favorite song right now. I cant find the real video though

Young meezy! haha lol

lol me, when I was little.


Friday, March 20, 2009


Arts, Briefly
A Second Act for ‘Behind the Music’
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“Behind the Music” once was a high-flying VH1 television documentary series, with a tried-and-true formula about the dramatic ascents and abrupt declines of popular musicians, told through bombastic narration and soft-focus interviews. Then it all came crashing down. But now it’s back: The Hollywood Reporter said VH1 would order about 10 new episodes of “Behind the Music,” which would chronicle the ups and downs of performers like Scott Weiland and Lil Wayne. “We always hear about the show, even now,” said Jim Olde, VH1’s executive vice president for original programming, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “It’s amazing how much affection viewers have for it.” Jim Forbes, who provided the show’s distinctive voice-overs in its original run, will return as the narrator.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Friday, March 13, 2009

Quentin Tarantino

Rips into Interviewer

Has an IQ measured at 160, despite dropping out of high school.

On collecting movies: "If you're a film fan, collecting video is sort of like marijuana. Laser discs, they're definitely cocaine. Film prints are heroin, all right? You're shooting smack when you start collecting film prints. So, I kinda got into it in a big way, and I've got a pretty nice collection I'm real proud of."

On Kill Bill 3

(On making another "Kill Bill" movie) "Oh yeah, initially I was thinking this would be my "Dollars Trilogy". I was going to do a new one every ten years. But I need at least fifteen years before I do this again. I've already got the whole mythology: Sofie Fatale will get all of Bill's money. She'll raise Nikki, who'll take on The Bride. Nikki deserves her revenge every bit as much as The Bride deserved hers. I might even shoot a couple of scenes for it now so I can get the actresses while they're this age."


Thursday, March 12, 2009

Timeless: Rita Hayworth

"Men fell in love with Gilda, but they wake up with me."

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Rita Hayworth (October 17, 1918 – May 14, 1987), was an American actress who attained fame during the 1940s not only as one of the era's top musical stars, but also as the era's defining sex symbol, most notably in the 1946 film Gilda. She is listed as one of American Film Institute's (AFI) Greatest Stars of All Time.

Margarita Carmen Cansino, better known as Rita Hayworth, was born in Brooklyn, New York, the daughter of Spanish flamenco dancer Eduardo Cansino (Sr.) and English/Irish-American Ziegfeld girl Volga Hayworth.

rita hayworth Pictures, Images and Photos

Rita Hayworth Pictures, Images and Photos

rita hayworth Pictures, Images and Photos

Grapevine Fires Song Explained

Frontman Ben Gibbard explained this track to VH1 News, which is centered around the 2007 wildfires that raged in California: "I was in LA, after we were there for the Grammys or something like that and I decided to stay a couple more days. I ended up with a couple friends of mine, Jonathan Rice and our friend Autumn de Wilde who's a great photographer, and her daughter. It's a very literal story. We were having some wine and having a picnic on top of this big cascading hill with the ocean off in the distance, and at the time there were a lot of fears about these fires creeping down from the grapevine. This was a very real moment, just seeing her daughter, playing in this cemetery. It struck me as this really powerful image of a child playing in a cemetery, not having any understanding of what this area means. It was a really interesting example of youth having a way with death."

the video and song are both awesome



quitters never win and winners never

I was thinking of quitting….like always. Quitting my blog……..cause I was doing it for myself but I wanted others to see it but I didn’t feel that anybody cared or my opinion was relevant and Im still not saying that my opinion is relevant but I was online the other day and found these killer shoes and thought wow those are awesome which they are these


And anywho so I sent them to my bro, I had already decided to stop blogging because I felt it wasn’t being “seen & heard” but bygolly(lol Ive always wanted to say that) I was on Kanye’s Blob today and he had the exact same pair of shows on his site to show them out! I thought that was awesome and amazing so Im blogging again!

Friday, March 6, 2009

My fav from Kanye for LV


I want these




James Franco BEAUTY AND BRAINS!!!!!!!

James Franco BEAUTY AND BRAINS!!!!!!!


James Franco has both! Following up his success in the Academy Award-winning Milk, Franco is about to become a published author.
The actor has sold a collection of short stories to publishing house Simon & Schuster, whose standards of quality insure that Franco earned the deal with hard work and not just his celebrity status. Right?
A dedicated writer, Franco's turned down movie roles to concentrate on his creative writing degree from New York University and writing classes at Columbia. He is also set to portray author Allen Ginsburg in a new biopic.

James Franco Strawberry Crush

James Edward Franco (born April 19, 1978) is an American actor, director, screenwriter, film producer, and artist. He began acting during the late 1990s, appearing on the short-lived television series Freaks and Geeks and starring in several teen films. In 2001 he played the title role in Mark Rydell's television biographical film James Dean, which earned him a Golden Globe for Best Actor.
He became well known in the early 2000s when he was cast as Harry Osborn in the Spider-Man films. In 2005, he starred in the war film The Great Raid, in which he played Robert Prince, captain of a Ranger Battalion who rescued prisoners of war from the Cabanatuan prison camp during World War II. The following year, he had starring roles in three movies, Tristan & Isolde, Annapolis, and Flyboys. In 2008, he starred in the comedy/stoner film Pineapple Express opposite his Freaks and Geeks co-star Seth Rogen. He has appeared in Nights in Rodanthe and played a prominent role in the biographical film Milk.

james franco. Pictures, Images and Photos

james franco Pictures, Images and Photos




Barbie and Ken will be on display at France's Colette boutique.

The exhibit will start on March 9th and last through the 28th.
They'll even be a whole week in March when the store will display the first ever Barbie and Ken dolls created.
Barbie will be dressed by Lagerfeld in everything from dresses to swimsuits, jeans, and even a Chanel suit.

Thursday, March 5, 2009


Prince Charles named world's best dressed man

AFP/Pool/File – Prince Charles has beaten off competition from US President Barack Obama to be named the world's …

LONDON (AFP) – Prince Charles has beaten off competition from US President Barack Obama to be named the world's best dressed man by Esquire magazine.
"He is perfectly turned out in a double-breasted suit. Admirably, the prince keeps his wardrobe in appropriate style: we're told he has a room laid out like a tailor's shop," the men's magazine said.
Prince Charles, 60, keeps it simple and has worn suits by Saville Row tailors Gieves and Hawkes, complete with pocket handkerchief and silk tie, for years. Esquire said he was "always incredibly well dressed".
The prince, who is heir to the British throne, beat off competition from Obama -- who came fourth in the top ten -- artist David Hockney (seventh), tennis player Roger Federer (eighth) and US rapper Andre 3000 (tenth).
Prime Minister Gordon Brown, however, was named one of the worst dressed, with the magazine noting he had once "turned up in the Iraqi desert wearing black lace-ups".
London Mayor Boris Johnson -- renowned for his slightly chaotic appearance -- was also criticised for having "jacket pockets like second-hand bookshops, and hair the result of an encounter with a ghost in a wind tunnel".

Michael Jackson announces London shows

Michael Jackson announces London shows
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LONDON – Michael Jackson returned to the stage Thursday after eight years marked by more scandal than music-making and told a crowd of screaming fans that he would play a series of London concerts before retiring from public performance.
Wearing his trademark sunglasses and a silver-embroidered black military-style jacket, he said the series of shows in July will be his "final curtain call."
Jackson appeared at the 02 Arena — where the concerts will be staged — to announce the gigs.
"This is it. This is it," Jackson said, as the fans screamed. "These will be my final shows, performances, in London. This is it. And when I say this is it, I mean this is it.
"This is really it. This is the final curtain call, OK? See you in July."
Jackson didn't specify how many shows he'll play, though posters have shown he's booked for 10 dates.
Tickets are expected to sell quickly for the shows, despite concerns the 50-year-old star may not be up for a return to the spotlight.
The King of Pop has been plagued by financial, legal, and medical woes for years and has not performed a major concert since 2001. His last studio album was released the same year.
A previous attempt to relaunch Jackson's career collapsed amid reports of ill health and court action.

Knock me Down Keri Hilson ft Kanye

Daily Inspirations

It Will All Work Out
Ephesians 1:11 is a powerful verse with a vital lesson,
In Him also we have obtained an inheritance, being predestined according to the purpose of Him who works all things according to the counsel of His will.
Over the 30 years of my Christian life, I have come to have great confidence in God's ability to work things out. No matter what is going on or how obscured my understanding of a situation is, I believe God is always working things according to His great sovereign plan.
It is as if there is this giant tapestry that God is weaving, and my life is a part of it. I sometimes get caught up with the temporal things and the stuff that is happening, but God reminds me, "Hey, nothing is taking Me by surprise. I'm weaving all of these things into this great pattern. Your mistakes, the stuff that happens to you, it is all going to turn out alright!"
Has it ever occurred to you that nothing occurs to God? The thing you are embroiled in right now did not take God by surprise. He did not look at your situation and say, "Oh no! I didn't figure on that! Gabriel, do you have any suggestions? What are we going to do?"
I know that sometimes in my microscopic view of things I have said, "Lord, such and such has got to happen." And God has replied, "Well, you don't have the big picture." Then, as time went on, God pulled the camera back, and I got the wide view, and I realized God was up to something very cool--totally apart from what I thought "had to happen."
Whatever your situation, you can rest assured that God has plans to work things out. God is working all things after the counsel of His own will. So relax! Even if your present circumstances have totally taken you by surprise, God saw it coming and made provision far ahead of time.

Greatest news all week!!!!!!! Gotta get a ps3 definitely now!

Beatles edition of `Rock Band' video game planned
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NEW YORK – Rock Band is getting the perhaps greatest rock group of all time: The Beatles.
The Beatles' management said Thursday that a Beatles version of the Rock Band video game will debut Sept. 9. In addition, they'll sell accompanying instruments modeled after the ones used by the band.
This is the first time Rock Band has based a game on one group, according to MTV Games. It has not yet been determined what Beatles songs will be included in the edition, available for Xbox360, Playstation 3, and Wii video game consoles.
Representatives of the Beatles and Rock Band had been planning a collaboration for months, but initially, the final project was not supposed to be a Rock Band game, but another type of game compatible with the instruments used for the popular series.
But MTV Games said in a statement: "As we moved through the creative process, it just seemed to make sense to clearly highlight the association between The Beatles game and the critically acclaimed Rock Band franchise. The game is being developed by Harmonix and will utilize and build upon the core foundation of Rock Band to create a brand new and innovative Beatles experience."
Giles Martin, son of Beatles producer George Martin, is developing the product. The Beatles, who broke up nearly four decades ago, have been slow in embracing new technology: their music is still not available for sale on iTunes.
The band's management, Apple Corps Ltd., is partners in the project with MTV Games and Harmonix.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009








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kid cudi Pictures, Images and Photos

Kid Cudi 2 Pictures, Images and Photos

kid cudi Pictures, Images and Photos


Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Be nice. Be thoughtful... Be loving... Be kind.. Be patient... Be giving.. Be caring..If you reeeeeally want to have a SUCCESSFUL day in Gods eyes.

Be nice. Be thoughtful... Be loving... Be kind.. Be patient... Be giving.. Be caring.. (Remember this) If you reeeeeally want to have a SUCCESSFUL day in GODS eyes... Be all the good that you can be. :-).

I liked that a lot and its a good start to being successful with Lent....I am going to take it seriously this year and chronicle the 40 days and 40 nights.

Saturday, February 14, 2009


broken heart Pictures, Images and Photos

"Cause you're a dream to me....."

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Broken Heart Pictures, Images and Photos

Good luck and goodnight.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

In a 50 Cent kinda mood! LOL

I tried to learn this dance…..LOL

“See I talk a little fast but if you listen real fast I aint gotta slow down for you to catch up.”


Revenge of the Nerds!!!!!!!!!

Just like Kanye, Idont read like this! LOL

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

My Life Would Suck Without You


One of my great passions or maybe my greatest passion is photography. I love it. All types no matter how minimul…..I was watching a video of Gwen Stefani and her features are so beautiful and her face is like a canvas and makeup is the paint. She is awesomely talented and after all these years of fame still so down to earth and seems very nice and humble….I wanted to dedicate part of my blog to her today the way Kanye does to his favorite entertainers……

gwen stefani Pictures, Images and Photos

Gwen_Stefani Pictures, Images and Photos

gwen stefani Pictures, Images and Photos

Gwen Stefani Pictures, Images and Photos

gwen stefani Pictures, Images and Photos