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November 01 2012

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hungerstreik der flüchtlinge...
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2012 october 29th

Pressetermin...
Bei der Bild wurde telefonisch nachgefragt, was man tun müsse, damit über den Hungerstreik berichtet werden würde...laut mündlicher Berichte wurde geantwortet " Wenn wir Titten sehen"....Es wurde zum Pressetermin eingeladen...
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jESUS CHRIST THAT’S FUCKING TERRIFYING

I'd go to this person's house and steal her halloween costume. This is BAMF.
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'Once Upon a Time' Spoilers: Mystery Men and a Giant

Once Upon a Time has long been known for having, keeping and then finally revealing secrets. Just this week the true identity of Dr. Whale was exposed through his crazy attempt to bring Regina's true love back to life.

Even though Dr. Whale's Fairy Tale Land identity was exposed as Dr. Victor Frankenstein, there are plenty of mysteries that remain.

Mysterious Man

We were introduced to a Mystery Man in the season premiere living in New York City, who received a postcard via a bird that said "Broken." Speculation has been rampant about the identity of this man. Could he be Rumple's son? Maybe Henry's father? Could Baelfire be Henry's father?

On this week's episode, "Tallahassee" we meet him again. Only this time, it is in a flashback of Emma's time before she was arrived in Storybrooke with Henry. According to the ABC episode description, he is "a fellow thief who wants to make an honest woman out of her." What do you think that means? Could he be Henry's father? We'll have to wait until Sunday to find out.
read more (winter boots for women): http://www.buddytv.com/articles/once-upon-a-time/once-upon-a-time-spoilers-myst-48210.aspx

September 30 2012

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Batman: The Dark Knight Returns - Part One Blu-ray Review

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns - Part One, DC Animated's adaptation of the classic Frank Miller graphic novel that redefined the Caped Crusader in 1986, is note-perfect.

And that is its biggest problem.

The story is almost word-for-word, scene-for-scene, pulled directly from the pages of the original comic book, and it's an enjoyable movie to be sure, but it begs one very big question: What's the point?

In the film, the Batman has been retired for the past 10 years, and in his absence, crime has run amok in Gotham City. A new breed of criminals, a gang calling themselves the Mutants, is running roughshod throughout the city, murdering innocents with no motive other than simply to spread fear and chaos.

Ultimately, the deterioration of his city becomes too much for Bruce Wayne (RoboCop's Peter Weller) to bear, and he succumbs to his dark side, once again donning the cape and cowl as Batman.
read more (batman black and white statues ethan van sciver):  http://www.thehdroom.com/news/Batman-The-Dark-Knight-Returns---Part-One-Blu-ray-Review/11337

September 22 2012

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DC #0s – Nightwing and Red Hood Review – The DC 52 Reboot of Robins

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It’s a good time for finding out more about Robins in these DC #0 comics it seems. Last week we had some stories in both Batman and Batman and Robin, giving us an overview of where all the Robins were around the same time six years ago. Dick was in the circus, Tim was being uber clever and sort of cocky at school, Jason was street criminalling it up and Damian was with his mother training to be a little badass. In Red Hood and the Outlaws we focus in closer on Jason Todd and of course in Nightwing we look at Dick Grayson.

So why am I reviewing these issues together? Well the main reason is, in this new DC52 world getting my head around Batman’s career in the past six / seven years (that’s how long DC have told us he’s been in the cape and cowl by the way)  is beginning to feel a bit rushed. So about six years ago Batman took on Dick Grayson. Of course, Dick has the same origin as ever for the most part. Parents killed in the circus, Bruce taking him in, Dick putting on the red and green costume and becoming Robin. It’s all pretty standard stuff but it’s still a story that is infinitaly compelling to read. Bruce and Dick feel so important and no matter how many times I’ve read this story in its multiple versions, the core of these two finding a connection and becoming the dynamic duo is pure Bat-genius.
read more: http://whatculture.com/comics/dc-0s-nightwing-and-red-hood-review-the-dc-52-reboot-of-robins.php

September 17 2012

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9 Story Sells Wild Kratts Internationally

Wild Kratts, an animated kids' comedy action series, has been sold by 9 Story Entertainment into territories in Europe, Asia, South America and the Middle East.

Co-produced by The Kratt Brothers Company and 9 Story Entertainment, Wild Kratts was created by Martin and Chris Kratt, two brothers who are zoologists. The half-hour show takes viewers around the world to meet different types of animals.

The 40x22-minute first season of Wild Kratts was bought by Chello Media for Eastern European broadcasters in Hungary, Romania, the Czech Republic, Moldova, Slovakia, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Croatia.
read more (tattoos for your kids): http://www.worldscreen.com/articles/display/2012-8-30-wild-kratts-9-story-entertainment

September 06 2012

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There is no "off switch" for the internet, says the British inventor of the world wide web – and that is a good thing, because it could only be undone by governments around the world coordinating to turn it into a centralised system.

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, who launched the first web page on Christmas Day 1990, was speaking at the launch of a global league table showing which countries put the web to work best.

His "off switch" comments came after concerns were expressed last year that the former Egyptian regime led by Hosni Mubarak had suppressed the use of the web to try to damp down the revolution that eventually overthrew it.

Berners-Lee, 57, said: "The way the internet is designed is very much as a decentralised system. At the moment, because countries connect to each other in lots of different ways, there is no one off switch, there is no central place where you can turn it off.

Tim Berners-Lee: the internet has no off switch | Technology | The Guardian. Also, http://diecastcarscollector.com/plymouth/die-cast-plymouth-road-runner-models/1969-2/

August 27 2012

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Kaley Cuoco Shorts and Boots

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People tend to think they know you when u come into their tv's every week. They think you are different than who you are. Don't believe everything u here. -- Kaley Cuoco
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Cool Dolphin

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Friendship... is not something you learn in school. But if you haven't learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven't learned anything. -- Muhammad Ali
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Samsung has vowed to continue its legal fight against Apple following last Friday's US court decision in Apple's favor. In an internal memo to employees, which was posted to Samsung's official blog on Monday, Samsung said that the verdict has "caused concern" for employees and customers alike, but said that it is determined to prove the value of its innovations in the marketplace. Meanwhile, Apple CEO Tim Cook sent a memo to Apple employees declaring that "values have won."

Samsung wrote to its employees, "The [Northern District of California] verdict starkly contrasts decisions made by courts in a number of other countries, such as the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, and Korea, which have previously ruled that we did not copy Apple’s designs. These courts also recognized our arguments concerning our standards patents. History has shown there has yet to be a company that has won the hearts and minds of consumers and achieved continuous growth, when its primary means to competition has been the outright abuse of patent law, not the pursuit of innovation."
Samsung, Apple rally employees after US patent verdict | Ars Technica
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A new type of swine flu has infected at least 145 people, mostly children, since July 12, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That's a significant jump from the 12 cases confirmed by the agency last week.

"We're seeing a big increase, and we think it's a real increase," said the CDC's Dr. Joseph Bresee in a Thursday update on the virus, which people have contracted after contact with pigs at county fairs.

New strain of swine flu infects 145 people - Los Angeles Times. Also, find out how to become a pharmacy technician.

August 17 2012

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Breckenridge after the storm (near Quandary Peak)

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Breckenridge is also home to one of North America's most popular ski resorts during the winter months, with the Breckenridge Ski Resort servicing multi-difficulty ski slopes across 4 peaks on the Ten Mile Range of the Rocky Mountains. Summer in Breckenridge attracts outdoor enthusiasts with hiking trails, wildflowers, fly-fishing in the Blue River, mountain biking, nearby Lake Dillon for boating, white water rafting, alpine slides, and several shops up and down Main Street. Every year, Breckenridge hosts the Breckenridge Festival of Film, established in 1981, Uller Fest every January, as well as an annual Fourth of July parade. -- Source: Wikipedia
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Paul Ryan's budget relies on the same $700 billion in savings from Medicare that Mitt Romney and other Republicans have been attacking Democrats about

Mitt Romney’s pick of U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate has rekindled a heated debate over Medicare.

Ryan, R-Wis., is the head of the Budget Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives and the architect of a plan to dramatically restructure Medicare.

Today, Medicare operates as a government-run health insurance plan for Americans over age 65.

Ryan’s idea is to eventually move Medicare toward private insurance companies by giving people a set amount to buy their own health insurance plans. The new system would be for people who are under age 55 now, and it would give them voucher-like credits to buy traditional fee-for-service Medicare or competing private insurance plans. (The credits are sometimes called "premium support.")
Read full story: http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2012/aug/15/stephanie-cutter/ryans-plan-includes-700-billion-medicare-cuts-says/
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Paul Ryan Insists He Didn’t Take Stimulus Money, Then Realizes He Totally Did

Paul Ryan voted against President Obama's federal stimulus bill, and has repeatedly attacked the legislation, calling it a "wasteful spending spree" and "a monstrosity." Thus, the revelation that he and several other Republicans asked for stimulus funds for companies in their district caused a minor stir when it was first reported by The Wall Street Journal in 2010. The issue was revived this week when the Boston Globe reported that Ryan wrote four letters to Energy Secretary Steven Chu requesting stimulus money for two companies in his district to develop green jobs, which were both eventually awarded. In a 2010 interview and again on Thursday, Ryan indignantly declared that he'd never do such a thing. Then he admitted several hours later that upon further investigation, he definitely did ask for stimulus funds.
Full story: http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2012/08/ryan-denies-taking-stimulus-then-admits-he-did.html

August 15 2012

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Francis Ford Coppola's Dracula. Mike Nicols' Wolf. Kenneth Branagh's Frankenstein. Suddenly, horror of the old genre (as opposed to the '80s slasher flicks) is back with a vengeance. The latest, and arguably the most ambitious, to enter this potentially-lucrative market is a cinematic version of Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire.

As was true with Cronos earlier this year, Interview with the Vampire makes some modifications to common vampire mythology (as made popular in Dracula and perpetuated in countless horror books and films). The fangs are still present, as are the insatiable bloodlust and fear of daylight, but no longer will religious trappings hold the undead at bay, and a stake through the heart has lost its effectiveness.

Review: Interview with the Vampire

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August 11 2012

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— Natalie Portman Black Lingerie

Cute is when your personality shines through your looks. Like, when you see someone's personality in the way they walk and you just feel like hugging them every time you see them.-- Natalie Portman

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Keira Knightley in hot pants

All through my life what I've loved doing is watching movies. I love the escapism of film, I love stories. So it is incredible to be able to be in them as much as I am, to see them from the first stitch in a costume to the end product. - Keira Knightley

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