Early Marilyn Monroe
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Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on October 21, 2014
Is Veganism Child Abuse?
Food companies have spent billions of dollars to cover up the link between sugar consumption and health problems
Bucket List: 12 Battered & Abandoned KFC Stores
Harley-Davidson testing electric motorcycles
‘Vigilante motorist’ faces fine after using mobile signal jammer to keep others off their phones
The TaTa Top
Pirate Radio Station for $55 Could Help Decentralize Big-Telecom
Man Almost Killed Girlfriend After Hallucinating Bear Attack While on MDMA
Look out for tainted “Hello Kitty” heroin
Gimpsuited greenscreen fluffer flicks shampoo model’s hair
30-foot Marilyn Monroe statue trashed in Chinese dump
SUPER BASS ORGASM: Sound System Makes Girl Orgasm! – EXTREME BASS
‘Black Friday’ chronicles the abandoned malls that are rotting across America
That Toy Is Now a Drone, Says the FAA
Russian Policewomen to Be Disciplined for Wearing Short Skirts
Students Arrested For ‘Upskirting’ Teachers at Va. High School
China Builds Its Own Manhattan — Except It’s a Ghost Town
Barney Fife Meets Delta Force
Hypermilitarized police departments are more dangerous than whatever they fight
NYC Subway Graffiti from the 1980’s
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on June 29, 2014
“I’m gonna be famous… I’m gonna be like the next Marilyn Monroe Madonna”
Tonight’s edition of “48 hours” offers a quick tour of Times Square, part of it in the company of two South Carolina women named Thelma and Louise, part along with a couple of police officers named Sullivan (yes, Ed) and Kissinger (no, not Henry).
“Tales of Times Square,” on CBS at 10 (Channel 2 in New York) is generous with cliches: Dan Rather reminds viewers that “There’s a broken heart for every light on Broadway,” and Phil Jones reveals that New York is “the city that never sleeps.” You can meet, very briefly, two current stars, Faith Prince of “Guys and Dolls” and Gregory Hines of “Jelly’s Last Jam,” and a dancer’s understudy who is waiting for her big chance.
The freshest scenes take place in the basement of St. Malachy’s, the Actor’s Chapel, where old-time performers remember better times and dream of more to come. “I’m the only homeless bag lady in New York that has a press agent,” says one. You can also catch a glimpse of young boxers in the Times Square gymnasium, which is due to be torn down soon; they tell of their own rough pasts and their own dreams. And there’s a peep into a peep show.
Thelma and Louise get to see the more wholesome sights, like the Statue of Liberty. but they break away from their Christian Tours group to take a subway ride. “Isn’t this divine!” one says. Looking out the tour bus window at some 42d Street habitues, Thelma, or maybe Louise, remarks, “Oh, these are interesting people, aren’t they?” 48 Hours Tales of Times Square CBS, tonight at 10. (Channel 2 in New York.) Written by Tom Flynn; Eric Shapiro, director; Al Briganti, senior producer; Liza McGuirk, producer; Andrew Heyward, executive producer.
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on June 13, 2014
It is unclear if Federal law enforcement agencies’ extensive collection of geolocation data should have been disclosed to Congress pursuant to a 1999 law that requires the publication of certain surveillance statistics — since the Department of Justice simply ignores the law, and has not provided the legally mandated reports to Congress since 2004.
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