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Archives for August 2013

Hide any little suburban white girls you know… “MILEY CYRUS” is ..COMING FOR THEM!!! Robin Thicke looked like a little boy was fake “TWERKIN” on him!! Look at the reactions from (Will Smith, Rihanna, etc) YIKES!!!

SEE Apple’s New Cinematic Ad For The New Mac Pro

Advertising agency TBWA\Media Arts Lab, USA has produced a new cinema trailer for the Mac Pro that will be unveiled in Fall 2013.

This trailer features gorgeous, slow motion and cinematic product shots of the sleek curves and design of the new product.

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Ex Porn star “Shelly Lubben” blows the whistle on the dirty side of the Porn industry!! Says drugs, RAPE, violence, HIV and all diseases run RAMPANT in the biz!! MUST SEE!!

Message to MANY so called “Crips”,”Bloods”,”GD’s”, “Vice Lords”, “P Stone”, etc who are banging! Are you actually FALSE FLAGGIN from your OWN laws?? POWERFUL SPEECH (Supa Nova Slom)!!!

After doing a “Nicki Minaj” tribute at award show…Did Miami vet rapper Trina fall from the “Baddest B!tch”…to the “Average B!tch”??

Just saw a “Tribute For Nicki Minaj” at an award show. I dont listen to much of her music but I felt that is still nice for her to be praised up for her accomplishments from an upcoming young lady rapping. She has done some things through out entertainment so like I said…its nice.

BUT…….
I was looking for the little upcoming girl rapping and I didnt see her.. Instead of a little girl praising Nicki Minaj it was….

#TRINA!!!!!

HUH (Scooby Doo voice/face)????????

Didnt know whether to feel happy that Trina finally hits the stage to perform (even though its NOT her song) or to feel sadden at a veteran Miami rapper who hit an all time low to where she gotta praise up a fairly new artist just so that she can get another chance at shine.
I mean…its cool to show your respects and all. Dont get me wrong. But to dress up like Nicki Minaj, wear wigs like her and try to talk like her which is almost a clone of Lil Kim in which you were out with over a decade ago (probably while Nicki Minaj was in elementary school) seems like you hit an extreme rock bottom or you want back into that famous drug called…. #TheIndustry!
You good Trina…she and others should have been doing you. You were always know as the #BaddestBtch! Guess as time goes on…the Baddest B!tch….becomes the Average B!tch are what some people are saying!
Wonder how  Trick Daddy feels??

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John Lennon to be cloned from his rotten molar?

Forward-thinking Beatles fan Michael Zuk bought the tooth for a mere $30,000, and now he wants to give his rock idol a second chance at life. ‘You cannot do any better than bringing back someone who was taken from this world too early.’

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	Gone too soon: John Lennon died at age 40 in December 1980. ‘ ... bringing him back gives him a second chance almost,’ Zuk said.<br /><br /><br />

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Gone too soon: John Lennon died at age 40 in December 1980. ‘ … bringing him back gives him a second chance almost,’ Zuk said.

 Unimaginable!

A Beatlemaniac hopes to clone John Lennon using DNA from one of the late singer-songwriter’s molars despite pleas from those skeptical of human cloning to let it be.

Canadian dentist Michael Zuk bought Lennon’s rotten tooth at an auction in 2011. He asks if scientists think replicating mammoths is within reach, why not the walrus himself?

“He built up a fortune that he didn’t get to enjoy,” Zuk told the Daily News. “For someone else to end his life at age 40, bringing him back gives him a second chance almost.”

Michael Zuk bought the molar in 2011 after the son of the rock star’s former housekeeper decided to auction it off.

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Michael Zuk bought the molar in 2011 after the son of the rock star’s former housekeeper decided to auction it off.

RELATED: HOW THE BEATLES BEAT COMMUNISM: FORMER SPY

Countless Beatle fans can remember where they were on Dec. 8, 1980, when Lennon was murdered outside the Dakota, at the corner of 72nd St. and Central Park West in Manhattan.

“Someone killed him, some crazed guy who had access to guns,” Zuk said. “Society just allowed a guy who was signing autographs and was friendly to somebody to get gunned down by a wacko.”

Zuk says he wants to give these fans another, happier memory: the day Lennon comes back to life.

Zuk has pledged not to attempt cloning the legend anywhere it would be illegal to do so.

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Zuk has pledged not to attempt cloning the legend anywhere it would be illegal to do so.

“You cannot do any better than bringing back someone who was taken from this world too early,” he said.

PHOTOS: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF JOHN LENNON

The Lennon enthusiast purchased the rock star relic for more than $30,000 from the son of Lennon’s former housekeeper, Dot Jarlett, who acquired the tooth after it was removed in the late 60s. It had been in that family ever since.

The “discolored molar” was reportedly too fragile for DNA testing at the time of the sale, but Zuk hopes that advances in genetic research will enable him to convert the former Beatle’s DNA into stem cells.

The Beatles perform on the ‘Ed Sullivan Show’ in New York in 1964. Paul McCartney (l-r), George Harrison and John Lennon. Ringo Starr is on drums.

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The Beatles perform on the ‘Ed Sullivan Show’ in New York in 1964. Paul McCartney (l-r), George Harrison and John Lennon. Ringo Starr is on drums.

He argues that the “science is almost there” and that any research into cloning race horses, mice or mastodons could ultimately be applied to humans.

“It’s the unknown. These are legitimate questions that are right on the edge of science right now,” Zuk told The News.

Zuk said the tooth is currently in an undisclosed American laboratory and that he would not attempt to clone a human in any country where it is illegal.

He also claims to own one of Elvis Presley’s teeth.

mwalsh@nydailynews.com

 

KFC Opens New Casual Dining Restaurant, “KFC ELEVEN” ‘Fried Chicken Bucket’ Not On Menu

Fast-food chain KFC’s menu has always centered around its famous fried chicken, which means that the extensive new menu of its new concept restaurant “KFC Eleven” is an unprecedented step away from tradition.

Not only is the ‘fried chicken bucket’ missing from the KFC Eleven menu—which includes items like flatbreads, salads and rice bowls—the slow-paced casual dining restaurant also features interior design that is markedly different from the regular KFC outlet.

Opened earlier this month, the one and only KFC Eleven restaurant in the world—located in Louisville—is decked out in comfortable earthy tones, and features a menu board that is clad in wood.

To top it off, the meals at this new concept outlet can be customized to be healthier, with an emphasis on freshness—the free WiFi should also encourage customers to spend more time there.

What do you think of KFC Eleven—should KFC stick to fried chicken, or will such a move win it new customers?

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Charlie Ahern’s Cult Hip Hop ‘Wild Style’ film celebrate movie’s 30th anniversary @ East River Park Summerstage NYC

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The 1983 film “Wild Style” was about the explosion of hip-hop culture changing the face of The Bronx. Here, some young artists pose by the mural that gave the film its name.

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Thirty years ago,The Bronx “looked like Beirut,” says Grandmaster Caz.

Back in the early ’80s, The Bronx was reeling from years of urban decay. “It literally looked like a war-torn country in some places,” recalls Grandmaster Caz, one of the founding emcees of the Cold Crush Brothers and a 2008 inductee at the Bronx Walk of Fame. “I mean, it looked like Beirut! But those were the conditions that we grew up in.”

In the midst of the chaos, Caz and a wave of young artists — rappers, DJs, break dancers and graffiti writers — were doing all they could to change the bleak landscape. Budding filmmaker Charlie Ahearn heard about their efforts, and together with graffiti artists Fab 5 Freddy and Lee Quinones, he hatched the idea to make “Wild Style” in 1983.

It broke ground as the first feature film to document hip-hop culture, and 30 years later, what began as an underground indie project has become a cult classic. On Monday, SummerStage’s “This Is Hip-Hop” series will present a free live show and screening at the East River Park amphitheater. The park is the site of the film’s climactic concert scene, so it was important for Ahearn to assemble as many of the original cast members there as he could.

“I want to show and prove that we’re all here and that the culture that ‘Wild Style’ represented is still very much in evidence,” says Ahearn. “It’s not about me or about any individual. It’s about the group — the community — that extends at this point around the world.”

Starring Quinones as Zoro, a struggling graffiti writer, with fellow artist Lady Pink as his love interest and Fab 5 Freddy as the smooth-talking Phade, the film was shot almost entirely in The Bronx, and follows a loose story line that quickly gives way to its young stars as they showcase their talents. Ahearn’s camera captures a who’s-who of hip-hop’s old school, including Busy Bee, Grandmaster Flash, Grand Wizard Theodore, Double Trouble, Rammellzee, Rock Steady Crew and the Cold Crush Brothers.

“It was kind of natural for us,” recalls Caz, who’s slated to DJ and host the SummerStage event. “We were performers, and we were performing in our own element. This wasn’t a big Hollywood production; it was basically grass- roots, so we had no idea how far it would go.”

When it premiered at a Times Square movie theater in 1983, “Wild Style” sold out for the three weeks it screened. “I wanted to create something that could play to a 14-year-old in a local movie house,” Ahearn says. “To me, that meant a narrative, and my heroes at the time were guys like Bruce Lee. So in ‘Wild Style,’ everyone in a sense was ‘acting,’ but like Bruce, they could still be seen as themselves. Everyone got their 10 minutes, and together we projected an image of the future of hip-hop.”

“Wild Style” 30th anniversary celebration is at East River Park, at the FDR Drive entrance at Cherry Street. Live show on Monday at 6 p.m.; screening at 8 p.m. Info: wildstylethemovie.com.

Article Credit: nypost.com

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