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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    let's hope this episode is better than 3.07.  I did not like it :(
    Except for Mary.  Bad. Ass.

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    One of the hottest trends in porn right now is "fauxcest" or incest roleplay. Typically relationships in these pornos are daddy-daughter, cousin, or sibling. The biggest consumers of this genre are women and couples. Gamelink business VP Jeff Dillon and psychologist/sex therapist Georgina Whelan point to narratives that simulate interpersonal relationships that drives the female viewership up, since you have to have some semblance of a story in incest porn to establish that the characters are related.

    Whelan says that popular media may normalize or destigmatize taboos. If a person were to see incest imagery in Game of Thrones, for example, repeatedly and with positive reinforcement, then a person might experience an increase in incest fantasies.


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    In her most recent video, beauty vlogger Stephanie Nicole talks about Jeffree Star Cosmetics as a brand -- reviewing his Skin Frost Highlighter and Beauty Killer Eyeshadow Pallete after having done two of his liquid lipsticks in the past -- and then delves into the man himself and brings up all the racist, sexist, and in general asshole things that Jeffree Star has done. She also subtly drags the most famous beauty YouTubers for hanging out with him in the first place (goddamn she does not hide her disdain for Manny lmao) considering he's a piece of shit asshole and comments on stan culture for supporting horrible people.

    Stef's comments on the controversy starts at 19:44
    It should be noted that Jeffree has gotten videos that he feels "threatened" by deleted in the past, so here's hoping this will stay up. Also she has more links in the description box, including more racist comments.

    Can't wait to see how he'll discredit her!


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    Expect some Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 (which already got leaked ahead of the conference, oops) and hopefully a sneak peek of Mass Effect Andromeda and Visceral's Star Wars game. Instead of being apart of the actual convention directly EA they will be hosting an open to the public event taking place in LA and London called EA Play. Watch the twitch livestream here starting @ 4PM EST.

    What is your wishlist for this year's E3?

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    Earlier today, the staff of TSDF (The Spoiling Dead Fans, the most accurate spoiler site for The Walking Dead) expressed that they will not confirm who died in the season 6 finale after stating that AMC (allegedly) threatened them with a lawsuit (and more harassment) if they confirmed the right character death when the show airs its next season in October.

    Here's what they shared on their facebook page:

    Well Buttercups, we have some sad news to share today. After two years, AMC finally reached out to us! But it wasn’t a request not to post any info about the Lucille Victim or any type of friendly attempt at compromise, it was a cease and desist and a threat of a lawsuit by AMC Holdings, LLC’s attorney, Dennis Wilson. They say we can’t make any type of prediction about the Lucille Victim. Their stance is that making such a prediction would be considered copyright infringement. AMC tells us that we made some claim somewhere that says we received “copyright protected, trade secret information about the most critical plot information in the unreleased next season of The Walking Dead” and that we announced we were going to disclose this protected information. We still aren't sure where we supposedly made this claim because they did not identify where it was.

    The truth is, we have become victims of our own success. We hold a track record for accuracy and now AMC perceives us as a threat. We can understand why. We were once just a small community, but now we are 400,000 strong among all our outlets. The TSDF Army, originally named in jest, is now very real in this little cottage industry. We are a threat because of our accuracy. However, it was never our intention to cause harm to this show (and we don’t believe we have), only to satisfy the curiosity of thousands of fans who wanted what we offered. Millions of other fans tune in to this show unspoiled and are none the wiser about who we are. We are a dedicated community of enthusiastic, passionate fans that love this show so much we always want to know what's going to happen and speculate on all those possibilities. Our spoilers are intended only for fans that seek them out to enhance their own viewing experience.

    Basically what it all comes down to is if we post our Lucille Victim prediction and we're right, AMC says they will sue us. Whether there are grounds for it or not is not the issue, it still costs money to defend. That is the way our justice system works. Would we have defenses? Sure. But it also costs money to mount that defense. If someone brings us a potential Lucille spoiler and we confirm it and it turns out accurate we could get sued. That doesn’t mean they’re right and we’re wrong, but like so many other situations in this world, they have the money and power and we do not. So we lose. In the past two years, AMC has filed several wrongful DMCA notices against us with full knowledge that we could not file counter-notices, hired investigators to intimidate our members, and threatened our local members with arrest, among other questionable acts. We’re also pretty sure they had something to do with the DOS attack on our site just before the finale last season. They have exhibited every quality of a bully pounding its chest. That sucks for us. It's very disappointing to see the network that hosts our favorite show attack one of their biggest fan bases. Especially when they could have taken a more diplomatic approach that could have given them the same results.

    Please respect our decision not to put our livelihoods at risk. AMC has been harassing us for four days now by contacting our homes, our family members and our employers; even posting on this page and personal social media accounts. We are fans of this show just like you and aren’t a commercial operation that makes profit. We have families and careers to think about. No spoiler will ever be worth compromising those things. If you think this makes us pussies that are bowing down to AMC then so be it.

    After consultation with our legal counsel, we have responded to AMC that the TSDF staff will not be posting our prediction on who gets Lucilled on any of our outlets. We will also not be answering any questions about who we think it is. If you hear a potential spoiler elsewhere and bring it to us for confirmation, we will not confirm or deny it. If you message us privately and ask who we think gets Lucilled, we will not respond. The info may find another outlet on its own, but an official prediction will not come from the TSDF staff.

    But let’s be real here. It’s unreasonable to think for a moment that the Lucille spoiler won’t come out before the air date. Our 2% of the viewership knows better. First, we aren't the only spoiler business in the game. Also, simple observation and deduction can’t be prohibited. With much help, we have become very good at watching, listening, waiting, researching and separating the truth from the lies and being savvy when it comes to this show’s filming process. That typically reaches our goals. We are the reporters of this information. So while we will continue to post set reports, it will be up to you guys to take that information and make your own assumptions about who it is. We cannot assist by giving our speculation.

    Just to clarify, we will continue to post all of our filming updates, eyewitness reports and all photos taken legally throughout the filming season just like we always have. We are by no means getting shut down. It's still business as usual here, we just won't be spoiling the biggest moment so far. Yes, we have taken a bit of a fall. But why do we fall? So we can learn to pick ourselves back up again. (Thanks, Alfred!)

    Very truly yours - The TSDF Staff

    Even though TSDF will not confirm the Lucille death, it does not mean that other popular spoiler sites for The Waling Dead, like STD and TWDZ, won't (though it's highly likely they also wouldn't want to face AMC in court). So it's pretty much down to process of elimination to find out who gets the bat.

    I've been keeping up with spoilers and I think it's safe to say that the most likely candidate(s) of who gets killed in 7x01 are Glenn, Maggie, Abe, and Sasha (and maybe Aaron), because the actors either haven't been seen filming since 7x01, or they're currently out of Atlanta. Every other character from the line-up has been seen filming on set.


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    ABC’s premiere of “O.J.: Made in America” landed the top spot with a 0.9 rating in adults 18-49.

    Night one of the five-part series didn’t disappoint, as the opening segment dealt with Simpson’s college and professional football career and forays into his Hollywood life, all set against the backdrop of racial politics of 1960s and ’70s America.


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    - Tony Awards Productions offers their condolences

    - tonight's ceremony will be dedicated to the victims and all those affected

    - "Hamilton" has adjusted their performance so no prop guns or muskets will be used


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    3. Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief


    Watch: HBO Go (US), iTunes (US), Google Play (UK)

    Alex Gibney directed this film, which questions the teachings of Scientology and interviews high-profile and long-term members over its practices. The Church of Scientology has repeatedly tried to discredit the contributors to the film.

    6. Amy


    Watch: Google Play (US/UK), iTunes (US/UK), Amazon Prime (US), Netflix (Canada)

    Amy Winehouse’s rise and fall has been widely documented, but never so powerfully as in Asif Kapadia’s Oscar-winning documentary film, which is interspersed with interviews with those who knew her and footage from her early life.

    12. Searching for Sugar Man

    Watch on: Google Play (US/UK), iTunes (US/UK/Canada/Australia)

    The late Malik Bendjelloul’s Oscar-winning documentary on the life of the mysterious folklore musician Sixto Rodriguez is engaging as hell. The musician, who became popular in the ’70s, was widely assumed to have died by the general public. But… I won’t say anything more.

    15. And…every Louis Theroux documentary


    Watch: Netflix (UK), BBC Store (UK), iTunes (US/Australia)

    He’s the king of documentaries. Able to throw himself into difficult subjects and meet people at the fringes of society and modern life. Many readers suggested different Louis Theroux documentaries. Where to start? Any, but if you’re stuck, try his Weird Weekends series.


    What's your favorite documentary?

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    2001: The Year of one hit wonders
    2003: A Year of one hit wonders

    With the horrible things that have been happening this weekend, it's time to lighten things up and bring back the nostalgia! Just 12 years ago, artists like Nina Sky, Hoobastank, and Kevin Lyttle were topping the charts. Many of the artists who created their major 2004 hits were never able to replicate the success. However, it's always fun to revist the past and remember what we were doing when we were listening to these songs back in the day. Let's take a look at some of the best one hit wonders of 2004!

    Bowling For Soup - 1985

    This was the era of frat-rock - the blend of a pop punk sound with cringy hooks that combine humor and a college douche attitude. This homely looking group manage to snatch a top 40 hit with this song, peaking at no. 23 and selling more than a million downloads. The group continued to try and recreate the success of this single but nothing stuck.

    Eamon - Fuck It (IDWYB)

    I have no clue why this song was big, but it was. Of course a song featuring a man with a whiny voice, calling his ex a hoe and telling her to fuck off peaked at no. 16 on Billboard. Eamon had the potential to be very successful but his career began and ended with this massive hit.

    Frankee - F.U.R.B (Fuck You Right Back)

    Sneakily, Frankee pretended that Eamon's hit 'Fuck It (I Don't Want You Back)' was about her. She responded with this equally charming tune. The song went #1 in the U.K. knocking Eamon’s version from the #1 spot. Her song failed to make the same impact in the U.S., peaking at no. 63 on the Billboard Hot 100. Frankee was never to be seen or heard from again, guess she shouldn't have tried to piggyback off someone's hit.

    Los Lonely Boys - Heaven

    "Heaven's" lyrics are actually really sad.. but the song sounds is so peppy and carefree. That's part of what makes this song so interesting. This was one of THE songs of the summer that year. It was released in 2003 but peaked at no. 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the summer of 2004.

    Nina Sky - Move Ya Body

    This song still goes today tbh. Many might not consider Nina Sky a one hit wonder, but let's be real - they've never seen this success again. This bop peaked at no. 4 on the Billboard hot 100.

    Yellowcard - Ocean Avenue

    If there’s one band that sums up 2003-04 pop-punk in a nutshell, it almost has to be Yellowcard. The band has actually put out nine albums over the last 18 years, but the only time they’ve been culturally relevant in the mainstream was with their 2003/2004 smash hit. They might not have lasted the test of time, but don’t pretend like you didn’t love this song. The song peaked a no. 37 in the summer of 2004.

    Hoobastank - The Reason

    This could be one of the most overplayed songs of it's time. The first 1,000 times i heard this song on the radio, i was ok with it…but that next 100 million times made me want to never know the reason to anything… but, this is one of the quintessential one-hit wonders of the 00's. The song peaked at no. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.

    Mis-Teeq - Scandalous

    ‘Scandalous’ was the U.S. debut single for the British girl group. It peaked at No. 35 in 2004 and was chosen as the theme for Halle Berry’s ‘Catwoman’. It was their only song to chart in the U.S. and the group broke up in 2005. Oop.

    Rupee - Tempted To Touch

    Yaaaaaaas, this remains my shit til' this day. The song only peaked at no. 39 on Billboard but it's still one of the only soca/reggaeton songs white people know and listen to at parties.

    Kevin Lyttle - Turn me On

    This is a soca/dancehall SMASH. ‘Turn Me On’ was a worldwide hit, and its follow-up single saw moderate success. However, despite several effortS, he has failed to chart another song. This song peaked at no. 4 on the billboard hot 100.

    What were you doing in 2004, ONTD?
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    Following this tweet that Madonna posted in reaction to the tragedy, many took to twitter to express why they felt the tweet was offensive. With some saying that the tweet's vulgarity disrespects the men who died, and degrades the value of their love by suggesting it is purely sexual. Others took Madonna's side and suggested that it was just "Madonna being Madonna" and that this was her way of showing support and pissing off homophobic people.

    Do you think this was in bad taste, ONTD?

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    Red carpet/Press room: x
    Live Stream: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5


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    -According to OJ Simpson's prison guard, Khloe Kardashian begged OJ to take a paternity test.

    -OJ asked his guard what he would do in this situation, and the guard said he'd take the test.

    -OJ said that "no," since it's a family matter and he doesn't think it's the public's business.

    -Although Kris Jenner doesn't want Khloe to talk to OJ, they talk behind her back.

    Source: Twitter

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    Jesse offers Quincannon a bet he cannot refuse; Cassidy tries to fend off angels; Tulip works to bring justice to Annville.

    Sneak Peek :


    Glad it has a proper main title sequence now. Though as much as I love Joe/Cassidy, Ruth should be second-billed. Watched Warcraft for my early Dominic + Ruth fix and loved it, despite the flaws ♥ Thoughts on the ep?

    SOURCE 1, 2

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    Sources: @BreatheHeavy. @NickyJ.

    Kinda disappointed in the album tbh. No wonder #AppleMusic didn't want it.

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