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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    In a radio interview the pop star was asked whether she was going to use the massive platform that is the Super Bowl to take a stand against Donald Trump, Gaga dismissed the question saying she believes the Super Bowl is not the place to make that statement since it's a family show.
    "No. That’s not what the show is about. The show is something that is coming from my heart to everyone in America that I love so much. This is my country and I’m proud to be a pop star from this country. I’ve travelled the whole world and it’s still something special to be from America. I want people that watch the Halftime show that Pepsi Zero Sugar is putting on with us to feel the greatness of the USA. That part of it will be there,”

    When pressed about the fact that she has a HUGE platform to take a stand against trump she replied:
    "“Because I know I have a bigger stage that day, and I’ve had a lot of really big stages that I’m very grateful for, you know the power of your voice. And I would like to use that power to bring people together on that day. Saying anything divisive is only going to make things worse. And that’s just not what I want for our country. So, I’m going to take the stage with the wonderful dignity and love that my mother instilled in me when I was very little, and just do this one for the kids in America.”


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  • 02/03/17--16:00: Free For All Friday

  • I hope everyone has a GREAT weekend!

    No porn, nudes, spam, fighting, advertising, dickishness, huge browser slowing comments.
    Don't forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

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    Mods, I posted this because although short, it's a really good and heartfelt interview.

    - David Miliband is the President and CEO of the IRC, an organisation that helps and resettles refugees around the world. UK people remember him as the former Foreign Secretary of the US and No 1 Banana fan.
    - David says that the ban is a propaganda gift for Al Qaeda and ISIS.
    - Says that the human side of the story is getting lost amidst all the statistics out there.
    - He brings on an Iraqi man who was affected by the ban. The audience claps and cheers them on.
    - David notes that it's harder to get to the US as a refugee than any other route, even before / without the ban. He adds that not only is it right to welcome refugees, it's smart.
    - You can visit www.rescue.org if you want to volunteer or donate.


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    It was officially confirmed today that the second half of the sixth season of 'Once Upon a Time' will feature a musical episode. Several members of the cast, including Robert Carlyle, Jennifer Morrison, Josh Dallas, and Ginnifer Goodwin, all have background in music.


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    Anna Paquin (The Piano)- Best Supporting Actress

    About: A mute woman is sent to 1850s New Zealand along with her young daughter and prized piano for an arranged marriage to a wealthy landowner, but is soon lusted after by a local worker on the plantation.

    Won Against: Rosie Perez (Fearless), Winona Ryder (The Age of Innocence), Emma Thompson (In The Name of the Father), & Holly Hunter (The Firm)


    Crash - Best Picture

    About: Los Angeles citizens with vastly separate lives collide in interweaving stories of race, loss and redemption.

    Won Against: Brokeback Mountain, Capote, Munich, & Good Night, and Good Luck.


    Marisa Tomei (My Cousin Vinny) - Best Supporting Actress

    About: Two New Yorkers are accused of murder in rural Alabama while on their way back to college, and one of their cousins--an inexperienced, loudmouth lawyer not accustomed to Southern rules and manners--comes in to defend them.

    Won Against: Judy Davis (Husbands and Wives), Joan Plowright (Enchanted April), Vanessa Redgrave (Howards End), & Miranda Richardson (Damage)


    Rocky - Best Picture

    About: Rocky Balboa, a small-time boxer, gets a supremely rare chance to fight heavy-weight champion Apollo Creed in a bout in which he strives to go the distance for his self-respect.

    Won Against: Taxi Driver, Network, Bound for Glory, & All the President's Men


    Shakespeare in Love - Best Picture

    About: A young Shakespeare, out of ideas and short of cash, meets his ideal woman and is inspired to write one of his most famous plays

    Won Against: Saving Private Ryan, The Thin Red Line, Life Is Beautiful, & Elizabeth.


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    Patrick recorded 'Who's The (Bat)man' for The Lego Batman Movie soundtrack. You can listen to a preview of it here (warning: turn down your volume before you listen).


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    he is coming for JB's crown as king of the basic white boys!

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    Before the San Antonio Spurs' Thursday night game against Philadelphia, head coach and Trump-hater Coach Pop was asked what Black History Month meant to him. In his response, he called racism and America's treatment of black people a "national sin" and discussed white privilege, citing Trump's conspiracy theories surrounding President Obama's birth/birth certificate.

    "[Black History Month] is a celebration of some of the good things that have happened, and a reminder that there’s a lot more work to do. But more than anything, I think if people take the time to think about it, I think it is our national sin," Popovich said.

    “It always intrigues me when people come out with, ‘I’m tired of talking about that,’ or ‘Do we have to talk about race again?’ The answer is: You’re damn right we do because it’s always there, and it’s systemic in the sense of when you talk about opportunity. It’s not about, well, if you lace up your shoes and you work hard you can have the American dream. That’s a bunch of hogwash.

    “If you were born white, you automatically have a monstrous advantage educationally, economically, culturally and within the society. And all of the systemic road blocks that exist, whether it’s in the judicial sense, or the neighborhood sense with laws, zoning, education. We have huge problems in that regard that are very complicated, but take leadership, time, and real concern to try to solve. It’s a tough one because people don’t really want to face it. It’s in our national discourse.

    “We have a president of the United States who spent four or five years disparaging and trying to illegitimize our president, and we know that was a big fake, but [he] still felt for some reason that it had to be done. I can still remember, a paraphrase close to a quote, ‘Investigators were sent to Hawaii and you cannot believe what they found.’ Well, that was a lie. If it’s being discussed and perpetrated at that level, then you have a national problem.”

    audio and more at the SOURCE

    this is a follow up to this post

    Pop @ America rn

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    Bonnie injected the cure into Stefan, and I think he's going to die in the finale. I think Stefan will sacrifice what's rest of his life for Damon. Damon will drink the cure from Stefan, to become mortal and get his endgame with Elena, and Stefan will rapidly age and die just like Katherine did.

    Caroline is the only pro-vampire character on the show. Every other character, even the vampires, think being a killer is a bad thing and they should have a mortal life. How could she think that Matt would want to be a vampire? He hates vampires and the supernatural.

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  • 02/03/17--20:33: Alyssa Milano Gets Corn Rows

  • Milano debuted her new hairstyle at a pre-Superbowl party.



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    Source: Twitter 1, Twitter 2

    They look... different

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    The kids of Stranger Things; Mike, Lucas and Dustin (not Eleven cause that would ruin your childhood) dress as the Ghostbusters in the first look at the second season of the show.

    A trailer will debut during the Super Bowl.


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    In interview 2nd of February,

    -On whether they like Theresa May: "Of course! Bit of girl power there"
    (not the first time they've mentioned like for Theresa May, in interview with the Guardian when asked Jade said “Yes, I enjoy her but I’m not sure about the kitten heels.”)

    -On whether Donald Trump should be allowed to visit the UK (the matter is currently being debated in UK parliament): "We welcome all visitors."

    -When asked if they marched in the Women's march + if it's a stance they agree with + want to take up: "No I think we do it through our music mostly, we have a lot of girl power anthems, you know about making women feel confident encouraging them to stand up"

    Hate to make similar post 2 days in row but we need a new trump post. If the name isn't recognizing, Theresa May is the UK prime minister for the conservative party, the one responsible for the Go home or face arrest vans. Trump is heartless idiot who conned his way into presidency.

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    After being called the Nickelback of EDM,Tthe Chainsmokers responded by posting a video of them doing a brief acoustic mashup of their song "Paris" with Nickelbacks "How You Remind Me".
    Nickelback then responded with an acoustic mashup of The Chainsmokers "Closer" + "How You Remind Me".

    cute but I'd wish they'd just email each other these+ leave my ears out of it.
    The Chainsmokers or Nickelback, pick 1 ONTD?

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    After Bey's announcement Wednesday that she's pregnant, the Atlanta Police department department tweeted, "Beyoncé may have everyone wanting to celebrate her pregnancy, but remember no celebratory gunfire! Stay safe, Atlanta!"

    Police spokesman Sgt. Warren Pickard said some people found it funny while others were offended.
    Pickard said the decision was made to take the tweet down "because it doesn't focus on what we do every day as a public safety department." and that "We wanted to somehow add comedic relief to the things going on around the world, and we missed the mark,"
    They have deleted the tweet and tweeted an apology.


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    Patton Oswalt issued a statement Friday afternoon in which he revealed that he has finally been given the cause of his wife's sudden death ten months ago: a combination of prescription medications and an undiagnosed heart condition.

    (Note: Due to severe understaffing, the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office currently has a massive backlog of bodies to examine and toxicology tests to complete. Families routinely have to wait months to find out cause of death.)

    "We learned today the combination of drugs in Michelle's system, along with a condition we were unaware of, proved lethal," Patton wrote to the Associated Press.

    Michelle McNamara apparently had no idea that she had a heart condition which caused blockages in her arteries. Adderall, Xanax and the pain medication fentanyl combined with the heart condition to cause her death in April 2016. In addition to her husband, she left behind their 7-year-old daughter, Alice.

    The news comes the same day a Trump supporter was fired from his real estate job after using McNamara's death to taunt Oswalt during a heated political discussion.

    Peoria real estate agent Tony Brust objected to a comedic Tweet that Oswalt sent out praising Sally Yates, the acting Attorney General fired by Trump earlier this week. When another user tweeted "Everyone stop having opinions! You're upsetting Tony Brust!", Brust responded "I'm a psychic and I'm channeling his wife's opinions."

    Brust's bosses at Jim Maloof Realty, where he had worked for 5 years, fired him upon learning of the tweet. "We have a culture and expectation of how people are to act at Jim Maloof Realtor," Mike Maloof said. "We are people-loving. We are family-oriented. We don't offend people. If you do, you need to go."


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    Audi put together a commercial that dared to suggest that men and women should be treated equally. Meninists didn't like the message so much.

    Refinery29 trawled through the comments so I didn't have to. Thanks, gals. Here are some of the gems:

    • "Can we start a petition to send these women to Saudi Arabia so they can experience true female oppression."

    • "Tell your daughter to find a real man to marry, and to avoid the mistake that her mother made. Tell her to buy a Dodge."

    • "The wage gap does not exist. There is no company that pays a woman less then a man for the same job."

    Sure, Jan.


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    He is due to release his 78-minute new album "Pure Comedy" April 7th, says this song “Leaving LA” took him 2 years to write; while writing it he stopped drinking, smoking + doing drugs. It’s a "self-deprecating look at hipster culture in Los Angeles".
    Did you listen ONTD? What did it take for you to stop drugs?

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