Saturday, June 27, 2009

Brutus and the Thunder Gods

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Brutus Maximus


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Untitled|Clouds

PuR: Children Safe Drinking Water



Children Safe Drinking Water.
Change starts here.

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Friday, June 26, 2009

LIFE: Children Safe Drinking Water

LIFE: Farrah Fawcett

LIFE: Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson's Progressed Natal Chart.


Using the widely-accepted birth time of 10:00AM (Gary, Indiana), here's Michael Jackson's natal chart, progressed, as of yesterday at Jackson's time of death, also widely-reported at 2:26PM PST (Los Angeles, California).

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August 1978 – December 1980



From the age of 18 (the summer of 1978) through the age of 20 (the winter of 1980)...

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Freddie Mercury Speaks|Michael Jackson

A Kodak Moment
Michael Jackson with
Freddie Mercury + John Deacon|Queen


Michael Jackson, in 1983, with Freddie Mercury, lead singer of Queen, and John Deacon, Queen's bassist.

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Duet: Michael Jackson + Freddie Mercury
State of Shock, 1983


In 1983, Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury recorded a handful of songs, most of which ended up in Michael's vaults. STATE OF SHOCK (download here) leaked out years ago, in advance of Mick Jagger's collaboration with Tina Turner.

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Thursday, June 25, 2009

Braking News.

NEDA.

FARRAH FAWCETT.

GOVERNOR MARK SANFORD.

NORTH KOREA.

IRAN.

(IRAQ? AFGHANISTAN?)

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Farrah Fawcett.

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Michael Jackson.

IT'S OFFICIAL!
MICHAEL JACKSON: BEAT IT!



Michael Jackson Breaks MTV's Color Barrier

During MTV's first few years on the air, very few black artists were included in rotation on the channel. Those who were in MTV's rotation included Eddy Grant, Tina Turner and Donna Summer. MTV rejected other black artists' videos, such as Rick James' "Super Freak," because they didn't fit the channel's rock dominated format at the time. The exclusion enraged James; he publicly advocated the addition of more black artists' videos on the channel. Rock legend David Bowie also questioned MTV's lack of black artists during an on-air interview with VJ Mark Goodman in 1983.

Before 1983, Michael Jackson also struggled to receive airtime on MTV. To resolve the struggle and finally "break the color barrier", the president of CBS Records at the time, Walter Yetnikoff, denounced MTV in a strong, profane statement, threatening to take away MTV's ability to play any of the record label's music videos. However, Les Garland, co-founder of the channel, said he decided to air Jackson's "Billie Jean" video without pressure from CBS. In any case, MTV began showing the "Billie Jean" video in regular rotation in 1983, forming a lengthy partnership with Jackson and helping other black music artists.

According to The Austin Chronicle, Jackson's video for the song "Billie Jean" was "the video that broke the color barrier, even though the channel itself was responsible for erecting that barrier in the first place." After airing Jackson's music videos, MTV, then a struggling cable channel, became very popular. Jackson's videos were credited for this success and MTV's focus switched from rock to pop and R&B. This move helped other black artists such as Prince and Whitney Houston break into heavy rotation on the channel.

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IT'S OFFICIAL!
MICHAEL JACKSON, King of Pop, DEAD AT 50!!!

Still Breaking!
Michael Jackson DEAD!

BREAKING!
MICHAEL JACKSON DEAD!!!

Tick Tock. Tick Tock.
Walter Cronkite...celebrity death?


Celebrity deaths come in threes.
So...Walter Cronkite? Next?

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Farrah Fawcett photographed by Bruce McBroom

Farrah Fawcett Dead at 62!

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Haunting.

All day
My heart tells strangers how I feel.

Mars Trine Saturn

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered Flag Day

BANNED FROM YouTube!
CT's Gay Exorcism!!!

Versus
Cervical X-Ray|Mine v Normal

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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Versus
Carrie Mae Weems v Grace Jones


The Kitchen Table Series v Hurricane

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Celebrity Death Watch
Death Always Comes in 3s!
Ed McMahon|Farrah Fawcett|Walter Cronkite

BREAKING!
Ed McMahon DEAD!

Anderson Cooper's New iPhone 3GS

Dolce & Gabbana. HELLO!

Same-sex marriage is legal in...



Forty years after the Stonewall riots in New York -- the June 28, 1969, demonstrations that marked the beginning of the gay rights movement -- Iowa stands as one of six U.S. states to have legalized same-sex marriages. The others that currently, or will soon, perform such unions are Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire.

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The Bow is tightly strung...
Mars Square Uranus

Monday, June 22, 2009

Repeal Don't Ask, Don't Tell NOW!!!

Grace Jones & I have the same neurosurgeon!

Grace Jones is sponsored by Hula-Hoop!

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Happy Summer
Sun 44" Cancer

This Day in History|1893_The First Ferris Wheel

A Kinky Birthday in 1944: Ray Davies

June 21 Bday: Al Hirschfelf (NINA!)

June 21 Bday: Juliette Lewis

STEALS the fucking remake of CAPE FEAR.

That whole bit with the finger in her mouth?
IMPROV!

June 21 Bday: Sartre

June 21 Bday: Nicole