Aliens …… They are for real!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ellen Henry took a picture of the historic Edgemoor Barn in California without at first realizing what she caught on camera - a UFO. After checking the image on her digital camera, she noticed an object that she hadn’t seen with her naked eye, or heard. “I was at the Edgemoor property, in the middle of the day. … I was constantly looking up and around the area, including the sky’s background, so I can get it just right, and not at any time did I see anything in the sky or heard a sound of an aircraft,” she told ABC. Check out the image at the link above.
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LIFE……no one is leaving alive…..seriously, you are going to die….
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What the hell is going on in this pic?
Poor Poor Brad Pitt……we all feel for you…….NOT!
Brad Pitt has one word for his marriage to Jennifer Aniston: “pathetic.”
The “Fight Club” star landed the shocking verbal sucker punch on his long-suffering ex-spouse in an upcoming interview with Parade magazine.
Pitt, who was promoting his new flick, “Moneyball,” talked about how uninteresting his life was during his time with Aniston and how his new life with Angelina Jolie and their six kids is bliss.
“I spent the ’90s trying to hide out,” he told Parade, which is to be published in The Post this weekend.
JILTED ANISTON PULLED A JOLIE
“I started to get sick of myself sitting on a couch, holding a joint, hiding out. It started feeling pathetic,” he said.
One of the best movies EVER!…………
In 1965 Tulsa, Oklahoma, the Greasers are a gang of tough, low-income teens. They include Ponyboy Curtis (Howell) and his two older brothers, Sodapop (Lowe) and Darrel (Swayze), as well as Johnny Cade (Macchio), Dallas Winston (Dillon), Two-Bit Matthews (Estevez), and Steve Randle (Cruise). Their rivalry is with the Socs (pronounced “soashes”), a gang of wealthier kids. Five of the Socs jump Ponyboy and cut his neck with a switchblade; Johnny had been similarly attacked the month before. Two Socs, Bob Sheldon (Garrett) and Randy Adderson (Dalton), confront Johnny, Ponyboy, and Two-Bit, who are talking to the Socs’ girlfriends, Cherry (Lane) and Marcia (Meyrink), at the drive-in. The girls defuse the situation by going home with the Socs. Later that night, Ponyboy and Johnny are attacked in a park by Bob, Randy, and two other Socs. They begin dunking Ponyboy in a fountain, but Johnny pulls out his switchblade and stabs Bob, killing him.
On the advice of Dallas, Ponyboy and Johnny leave town, and hide out in an abandoned church in Windrixville. Ponyboy dyes his hair blonde with peroxide in case anybody spots him. He reads Gone with the Wind and quotes the Robert Frost poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay”. Dallas arrives with news that Cherry has offered to support the boys in court. They go out for food, then return to find the church on fire with children trapped inside. Johnny is hospitalized with severe burns and a broken back after he, Ponyboy, and Dallas rescue the children. The boys are praised for their heroism, but Johnny is charged with manslaughter for killing Bob, while Ponyboy may be sent to a boys’ home.
Bob’s death has sparked calls from the Socs for “a rumble,” which the Greasers win. Dally then drives Ponyboy to the hospital to visit Johnny. Johnny is unimpressed by the victory, and dies after telling Ponyboy to “stay gold,” referring to the Frost poem. Unable to bear Johnny’s death, Dally robs a grocery store at gunpoint and is killed by police. Ponyboy is eventually cleared of wrongdoing in Bob’s death and allowed to stay with his brothers. Turning the pages of Johnny’s copy of Gone with the Wind, Ponyboy finds a letter from Johnny saying that saving the children was worth sacrificing his own life. The story ends as it began, with Ponyboy writing a school report about his experiences.
Nine Inch Nails
Trent Reznor’s new Nine Inch Nails lineup lost its bassist earlier this week, but the band just gained another member. Guitarist Robin Finck, a longtime NIN associate, is joining the band’s touring lineup effective immediately.
Finck has worked with NIN since 1994 and last played with the band on its 2009 tour. “The addition of Robin to the mix of players I’ve assembled makes this band incredibly powerful and versatile,” Reznor wrote on the band’s Tumblr. “We are deep in the rehearsal process and it feels exciting and great to be back at this.”
This Chic is Hot!!!!!
A topless painting of actress Bea Arthur sold for $1.9 million at auction in New York on Wednesday night.
The 1991 painting by artist John Currin, called “Bea Arthur Naked,” was expected to fetch as much as $2.5 million in the post-war and contemporary art sale at Christie’s. It went to an anonymous bidder.