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Saturday, April 30, 2011

WATCH: Seth Meyers KILLED IT at the White House Correspondents' Dinner




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WATCH: President Obama takes on Trump at the White House Correspondents' Dinner


President Obama put the smackdown on Trump and he says other things too

Channing Tatum will revisit his Stripper days in new film, 'Magic Mike'


Well, well, well! Sexy on Tap Channing Tatum will get to show off those stripper moves in an upcoming film with Steven Soderbergh. It's called 'Magic Mike' and it's about, well, male strippers.

Now, he has just committed to direct Channing Tatum in Magic Mike, a story of friendship set in the world of male strippers.
Tatum plays the title character, who schools a young dancer in how to hustle on and off the stage. It's a wild summer of dancing, partying and women. The inspiration for the film is Channing's own experiences as a stripper when he was 19. Nick Wechsler is producing with Gregory Jacobs, Tatum and Reid Carolin. Carolin is writing the script.


"When Channing talked to me about this, I thought it was one of the best ideas I'd ever heard for a movie," Soderbergh said in a statement. "I said I wanted in immediately. It's sexy, funny and shocking. We're using Saturday Night Fever as our model, so hopefully we're on the right track."

Said Tatum: "This was a wild and pivotal time in my life and I couldn't be more thrilled to go down the rabbit hole with Steven."
I'm sure it will be fun, sexy and possibly a male version of 'Showgirls'

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Interesting Quote: Troy David Newham from Swamp Fox Press


DC comics has decided to have Superman renounce his US citizenship stating “Truth Justice and the American Way It’s not enough anymore.”


Who buys comics? Mostly Americans I reckon…


How dare they? Do you know how many people are trying to get citizenship? How many are going through pure hell in paperwork and legal costs to do this? The statements are clear that DC (and I must assume that these views are shared by Warner Brothers as well since they own DC Comics) is a fan of the “world view”/world government.


Bleep Superman. I urge a boycott of Warner Brothers, all DC franchises, and particularly Superman. They intended this to be a political statement, but it is really a slap in the face of the American identity. Show me any one country that has done more for the world than America. We have fought for more people and sacrificed more treasure than any other country in history.


Superman’s real kryptonite is lack of comic sales. Hit them where it hurts, and I bet they’ll be doing a special issue where he retakes the citizenship oaths.
Troy is upset, really upset about Supes going Global. 

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Take that Google: Dodge Rebels Against Robots in New 2011 Charger Commercial


The future, as we imagine it now, may be full of robots doing all kinds of things for us humans, including driving our cars. As some scientists over at Google recently proved, driver-less vehicles may become a reality sooner than we expect, so here's what an automaker that produces cars for drivers has to say about this issue.

In the Chrysler Group’s latest commercial for the 2011 Dodge Charger called “The Future of Driving”, we are presented with a gloomy future, in which robots control all aspects of our lives, from choosing our diet and wardrobe to even walking our pet dogs. The hero of the commercial has nothing to say about all these things, but when a robot invites him to sit on the passenger seat of his own car, things get a little bit out of control...

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Adam Lambert wants to be Ming the Merciless


Great Hera, Adam! I'm not sure what this look is suppose to be, I think it's either his attempt to be his own evil mirror image or Ming the Merciless!

In fact, I say Ming. See this runaway scene?

Yeah, Adam is so Ming

Kate Middleton Engagement and wedding

Engagement and wedding
Main article: Wedding of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine Middleton
The newly married Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
Prince William and Catherine Middleton became engaged in October 2010 in Kenya, East Africa, during a 10-day trip to the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy to celebrate William passing his RAF helicopter search and rescue course. Clarence House announced the engagement on 16 November 2010. The couple married in Westminster Abbey on 29 April 2011, with the day declared a bank holiday in the United Kingdom. The wedding was watched by a global television audience of over two billion people.
Following international attention regarding the wedding, Lifetime aired a TV movie entitled William and Kate on 18 April 2011, in the US. Catherine was played by Camilla Luddington and William by Nico Evers-Swindell.TV programmes were also shown in the UK prior to the wedding which provided deeper insights into the couple's relationship and backgrounds, including When William Met Kate and Channel 4's Meet the Middletons.
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Catherine was formally introduced to public life on 24 February 2011, two months before the wedding, when she and William attended a lifeboat naming ceremony in Trearddur, North Wales. On 16 February 2011, Clarence House announced that the Duke and Duchess' first royal tour of Canada
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Kate Middleton Engagement and wedding

Engagement and wedding
Main article: Wedding of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine Middleton
The newly married Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
Prince William and Catherine Middleton became engaged in October 2010 in Kenya, East Africa, during a 10-day trip to the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy to celebrate William passing his RAF helicopter search and rescue course. Clarence House announced the engagement on 16 November 2010. The couple married in Westminster Abbey on 29 April 2011, with the day declared a bank holiday in the United Kingdom. The wedding was watched by a global television audience of over two billion people.
Following international attention regarding the wedding, Lifetime aired a TV movie entitled William and Kate on 18 April 2011, in the US. Catherine was played by Camilla Luddington and William by Nico Evers-Swindell.TV programmes were also shown in the UK prior to the wedding which provided deeper insights into the couple's relationship and backgrounds, including When William Met Kate and Channel 4's Meet the Middletons.
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VIDEO: Fast 5 Movie Goers Cause Automotive Mayhem Outside of Theater in Detroit


Fans of all kinds and sorts of the much talked about Fast 5 film went “fast and furious” at a theater parking lot in Detroit before and after a midnight release of the movie on Thursday. Steven Pham, a professional photographer and automotive enthusiast, happened to be one of those early moviegoers and filmed some of the hoonery that went on up until the boys in blue showed up to put an end to the tire-burning games.

We came in contact with Steven and here's what he told us:

"After seeing the trailers for Fast Five, there was a lot of hype in the automotive community. I'm pretty sure every car enthusiast is a fan of the series, if not, then there is something wrong with them. Sure each movie has some sort of unrealistic scene, though I think it adds to the movie in a "wtf, did that really just happen?" kind of way.

Everything that went on in the parking lot outside of the theater before and after the movie was hysterical. Cars revving it up, dozens of people doing burnouts and donuts and to the one guy that was playing the Tokyo Drift soundtrack with his subs. It was like a short film in between all of the Fast and the Furious movie series, except without girls walking around and dancing in bikinis."

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WATCH: 5 Arrested for the Assault of Joshua Esskew


Earlier this month, Joshua Esskew was attacked by a group of guys in front a Convenience Store. The attack started from a gay slur yelled at Joshua from one of them. Now, more people have come forward, providing enough evidence to arrest 5 of the 8 attackers.


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Inden Design Applies the Black Series Treatment to the Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG


Since 2008, Mercedes-Benz has been producing a special edition version of the SL65 AMG called the Black Series that comes with a fixed carbon fiber roof, a wide body kit, an upgraded V12 and numerous other performance and styling enhancements. If you happen to like the look of the Black Series but prefer to keep the retractable hardtop of the standard SL65 AMG, you may want to check out Inden Design’s latest tuning package. Read more »

Study Reveals Steering Wheels Are Nine Times Dirtier than a Public Toilet


This disturbing conclusion comes from a UK survey done at the request of home store B&Q. While 80 bacteria are found on each square inch of toilet, around 700 harmful bugs lurk in the interior of a car and specifically on the steering wheel, gear stick and back seats. The study also revealed that 42 percent of motorists regularly eat meals while driving.

“A car is the perfect place for germs to breed, especially if you eat in it and leave litter or uneaten food around. To avoid potential health risks it would be wise to regularly clean your car inside and out,” said doctor Ron Cutler, director of biomedical science at Queen Mary University, London.

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Permanent Hair Removal



What could be better than foregoing the razor or the hot wax, but still having silky smooth skin? No regrowth, no stubble and no oops, I forgot to shave! moments at the beach. Sounds good, doesn't it? Well, advances in permanent hair removal mean that the future is now you can have hair effectively and permanently removed!

There are two popular methods for permanent hair removal. Each method has its benefits, and one may be more suitable for you than the other.


Laser hair removal is a highly effective means of removing hair. Because of the way the laser is used, it can be tuned to each individual's skin type and tone, so the outcome is always the ideal one from person to person. This type of permanent hair removal is popular because of the rapidity of the treatment and the large area of hair that can be covered in each session. Where other treatments may need to be performed over a number of years, laser treatment tends to be done in several sessions over a few months, after which time the hair removal is said to be complete. Aside from slight, temporary patchiness in the skin, there is little risk in the procedure itself. The safety of the patient is fairly well assured, especially as laser hair removal is performed by a skilled medical practitioner. Patients are advised to stay out of the sun in the weeks before and after their treatment, as sun damage can cause the hair removal to be undone, but these are really the only precautions that need to be taken. Laser hair removal is available to most people interested in permanent hair removal. Its adaptability makes it suitable for almost all skin types, although at this stage it can not be used for removing very fair or white hair. Many people are interested in whether or not this type of permanent hair removal treatment is painful, as you would expect a laser entering your skin to be! Most patients feel nothing but a slight burning sensation, akin to being flicked with an elastic band, and do not require any kind of anesthesia. In the days immediately following the treatment, the skin may feel slightly sunburned. As far as permanent hair removal goes, laser treatment is highly effective and comparatively affordable. 


Electrolysis is a bit of a buzz word in the beauty industry. Many people hear about it and talk about it, without really knowing what it means. This method of permanent hair removal requires a great amount of skill to be performed correctly, but if it is, the results are excellent. Hair is removed using a very fine metal probe, which is inserted into the hair follicle, and does not penetrate the skin. Electricity is passed through the probe, which in turn damages the areas that generate and grow hair. Ta-da! The part of your epidermis that creates hair can do it no longer, allowing for permanent hair removal. Electrolysis has been performed at various levels for more than a century. It is proven in its effectiveness and studies suggest that as many as 93 per cent of patients are likely to experience excellent results. Although it is not as efficient as laser hair removal, it often requires less sessions. However, permanent hair removal of this kind can be expensive, and the nature of the procedure is that it is time consuming and not always useful for thick or plentiful hair. It is generally only used in small areas like the eyebrows or upper lip. These two methods are both highly effective for permanent hair removal. The choice of one procedure over the other should be based on several fairly straightforward factors:

Skin sensitivity electrolysis is more suitable for very sensitive skin
The area of hair to be removed laser treatment is better for larger areas
How much you hope to spend electrolysis is significantly more expensive than laser treatment 


There are do it yourself appliances available for permanent hair removal, but these usually involve plucking or tweezing hair. This is fairly ineffective and hair usually grows back within 6 weeks. It also increases the risk of ingrown hairs and infected or swollen pores, which are very unsightly! 


Permanent hair removal is excellent for ensuring that your skin always feels soft and smooth. As long as you make sure you choose the right option for you and seek the advice of a good medical practitioner, you should be happily throwing away your razors in no time!

Permanent Hair Removal



What could be better than foregoing the razor or the hot wax, but still having silky smooth skin? No regrowth, no stubble and no oops, I forgot to shave! moments at the beach. Sounds good, doesn't it? Well, advances in permanent hair removal mean that the future is now you can have hair effectively and permanently removed!

There are two popular methods for permanent hair removal. Each method has its benefits, and one may be more suitable for you than the other.


Laser hair removal is a highly effective means of removing hair. Because of the way the laser is used, it can be tuned to each individual's skin type and tone, so the outcome is always the ideal one from person to person. This type of permanent hair removal is popular because of the rapidity of the treatment and the large area of hair that can be covered in each session. Where other treatments may need to be performed over a number of years, laser treatment tends to be done in several sessions over a few months, after which time the hair removal is said to be complete. Aside from slight, temporary patchiness in the skin, there is little risk in the procedure itself. The safety of the patient is fairly well assured, especially as laser hair removal is performed by a skilled medical practitioner. Patients are advised to stay out of the sun in the weeks before and after their treatment, as sun damage can cause the hair removal to be undone, but these are really the only precautions that need to be taken. Laser hair removal is available to most people interested in permanent hair removal. Its adaptability makes it suitable for almost all skin types, although at this stage it can not be used for removing very fair or white hair. Many people are interested in whether or not this type of permanent hair removal treatment is painful, as you would expect a laser entering your skin to be! Most patients feel nothing but a slight burning sensation, akin to being flicked with an elastic band, and do not require any kind of anesthesia. In the days immediately following the treatment, the skin may feel slightly sunburned. As far as permanent hair removal goes, laser treatment is highly effective and comparatively affordable. 


Electrolysis is a bit of a buzz word in the beauty industry. Many people hear about it and talk about it, without really knowing what it means. This method of permanent hair removal requires a great amount of skill to be performed correctly, but if it is, the results are excellent. Hair is removed using a very fine metal probe, which is inserted into the hair follicle, and does not penetrate the skin. Electricity is passed through the probe, which in turn damages the areas that generate and grow hair. Ta-da! The part of your epidermis that creates hair can do it no longer, allowing for permanent hair removal. Electrolysis has been performed at various levels for more than a century. It is proven in its effectiveness and studies suggest that as many as 93 per cent of patients are likely to experience excellent results. Although it is not as efficient as laser hair removal, it often requires less sessions. However, permanent hair removal of this kind can be expensive, and the nature of the procedure is that it is time consuming and not always useful for thick or plentiful hair. It is generally only used in small areas like the eyebrows or upper lip. These two methods are both highly effective for permanent hair removal. The choice of one procedure over the other should be based on several fairly straightforward factors:

Skin sensitivity electrolysis is more suitable for very sensitive skin
The area of hair to be removed laser treatment is better for larger areas
How much you hope to spend electrolysis is significantly more expensive than laser treatment 


There are do it yourself appliances available for permanent hair removal, but these usually involve plucking or tweezing hair. This is fairly ineffective and hair usually grows back within 6 weeks. It also increases the risk of ingrown hairs and infected or swollen pores, which are very unsightly! 


Permanent hair removal is excellent for ensuring that your skin always feels soft and smooth. As long as you make sure you choose the right option for you and seek the advice of a good medical practitioner, you should be happily throwing away your razors in no time!