Nasty NECKFACE Bar Of TERROR DJ SeMeN SPeRmS Thursday Oct 27th 8-2
6202 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood, CA.
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on October 26, 2016
40 kids from the ages of 8-15 are put into the abandoned town of Bonanza City, New Mexico for 40 days. They have to build their own society by electing leaders, passing laws, and establish an economy.
The show, featuring 40 children aged 8 to 15, was filmed on location at the Bonanza Creek Movie Ranch, a privately owned town built on the ruins of Bonanza City, New Mexico, eight miles south of Santa Fe, with production beginning on April 1, 2007.
The show stresses the difficulty in creating a viable society. While each child received $5,000 for their involvement, Gold Stars valued at $20,000 and $50,000 were awarded to select outstanding participants as decided by the elected Town Council.
Speaking before an audience of television reviewers, producer Tom Forman acknowledged that Kid Nation would inevitably share some elements with William Golding’s novel Lord of the Flies, which depicted planewrecked children without adult supervision. But adults were present off-camera during the Kid Nation production, including cameramen, producers, a medic, and a child psychologist, although all interacted with the children as little as possible. Participants also missed a month of school, but Forman suggested that such real-world tasks as preparing a group breakfast, doing physical chores like fetching water, and making group decisions constituted an educational experience in its own right. Foreman said that all participants were cleared by a team of psychologists, any child could choose to go home at any time, and some did. – Wiki
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on May 9, 2015
Serial ‘Tickler’ Breaking into Boston College Students’ Homes
Watching them sleep, tickling feet
Punk icon Exene Cervenka from the band X claims Santa Barbara shooting a ‘false flag’ government hoax
Today’s Heroin Addict Is Young, White And Suburban
Quantum physics proves that there IS an afterlife, claims scientist
Crediting Obama for Bringing Troops Home–Without Noting He Sent Them Abroad
Prude Utah High School Photoshops Student’s Yearbook Photos To Show Less Skin
Indian court asked to rule on whether Hindu guru dead or meditating
‘World’s ugliest woman’ pursues antibullying film
Could This Condom Save the Porn Industry?
The Just-The-Tip Rubber
Tips From a Bike Thief: How to Make Sure No One Steals Your Ride
Diet soda better for weight loss than water, according to study funded by soda makers
The Sex Factor Reality Porn Competition Casting Now
‘American Idol for porn’
Win 1Mil ‘n do a scene w Belle Knox
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on May 30, 2014
The original version of the 1982 Los Angeles hardcore punk scene document by Dave Markey, shot on Super-8 film for We Got Power Films. Filmed over the span of a year or so (beginning in June 1981), The Slog Movie captures many a So Cal hardcore historical moment including Henry Rollins’ first show with Black Flag; West Hollywood Sheriff’s busting up another night at Oki-Dogs; Circle Jerks and Wasted Youth at the Whisky, Red Cross (before they became Redd Kross) and Sin 34 live on the Santa Monica Pier; TSOL, The Cheifs (intentionally misspelled), Fear and Circle One (featuring the late John Macias) all shot at Bards Apollo. Also includes homespun sketch comedy and a commercial for the original Black Flag / Ray Pettibon skateboard. An audio / visual counterpart to We Got Power! fanzine.
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on November 5, 2013