Stephen Hawking, reknowned British physicist and author of the seminal, best-selling tome A Brief History of Time is set to experience weightless travel when he hitches a flight from the Zero Gravity Corp. in Florida. Would you hop onboard a modified Boeing 727 which flies up to 32,000 feet at a sharp angle and then plunges 8,000 feet for 25 seconds of zero gravity??
NEW YORK (Reuters) – “New York City symbolically banned use of the word 'n*gger' on Wednesday, the latest step in a campaign that hopes to expunge the most vile of racial slurs from hip hop music and television.” The city also recently held up those bizarre, totally-a-downer Caberet Laws. NYC how you puzzle me!
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Alison Nelson, owner of Chocolate Bar sweets shop in NYC decides to pay for work by Blade, Crash, Crachee, Crime 79, Dondi, Dr. Revolt, Iz the Wiz, Lady Pink, Spar One and Voice of the Ghetto (Stay High 149) to be used for a limited edition $4 candy bar, with 25% of the money going to City All Stars performing arts and education center.
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Because the center was founded by a woman named Lenore Fulani who studied with a man named Fred Newman who founded the East Side Psychotherapy Center, critics have been linking the City All Stars charity with the East Side Psychotherapy center, which they claim is a cult. Fulani, whom has been accused of anti-semitism and was removed from the executive committee of the Independence Party, says she is not …
Freud said “The Irish are impervious to psychoanalysis.” Or so says The Departed, at least. But bad Irish mob dramas by that hack that wrote Crash and Million Dollar Baby, which happened to kick “Studio 60″ off the air for who knows how long, are not impervious to awful, awful reviews. So in the service of rubbing it in, some pull quotes from the majors who've inspected this turd and links to the full shitting-ons:
USA Today: “…a failed, frustrating attempt.”
Entertainment Weekly: “C-plus. You'll probably experience it as stuff you can see coming a mile away.”
New York Times: “…'Crash' used shortcuts to induce emotional responses. 'Donnellys' lays bare [Haggis'] form of aesthetic condescension so badly that it May cause viewers to rethink his earlier achievement.”
LA Times: “Tripe. Tripe as in …