i can’t tell if he actually looks better or not ?
If you watch closely u will see there is acutely Two different things. My reasoning: At first the “thing” Could only get into the house. One from the stairs and the other from the roof;Then during the activity in the room one was trying to get the girl, and the other was trying to posses the girl; And then more proof was when they did the board thing, not only did it prove its a ghost but that it was strong enough to incarnate fire. If this was a “alien” or something it would not have done that. To be honest if this was real it would be more like this. Angels (roof dude) Vs demon (possessor and one coming from stairs) Fighting over her soul, or just trying to get her. Or Alien (the feet) vs Ghost (umm…ghost lol) Trying to get her. Here is my reasons for th AvD. We have no idea what angels look like, they could have weird feet like that lol, and then the demon because of the board thing and the possessing. AvG; The foot thing can prove it was an alien not a ghost, and the shadow thing, if u look into a camouflage that can give invisibility is by Bending light around the body. This will give the wearer invis, and no one can see them, BUT! just because the light is bent around them doesn’t mean it will not cast a shadow that is able to be picked up by the camera. Now for the ghost, the board thing kinda give it that, and the possessing thing and the fact it didn’t always cast a shadow. When she was possessed both times, no physical action was recorded, but when a shadow was casted there was. Showing there was not one but 2 or more beings after her. ..>< More to add to Demon/Ghost. The Photo, Demon’s are said to feed on fear and all that stuff, they would have planted that to strike fear into her and gain more power. >>>><<<<<<!!! To add to alien, he/she/it could have “tagged” her and just then found her, and the photo was a test to see if it was really her. On a side note, Alien’s Tech could cause this “Feeling” Psychics get from “Ghost/Demons” So it cant not be said that it was not a alien.
borrowed from here.
I was cleaning up the living room today and came across a magazine from exactly 100 years ago ( you would be amazed what’s just lying around this house).
Sorry… I didn’t scan the whole thing in (or any of it, really), but here’s the cover:
and here’s a Corn Flakes ad from inside:
I have decided to start an occasional series that spotlights an 80’s video. The videos spotlighted will be rare, unusual,creative or ones that are well-known. So to start off not only the series but the year is, appropriately enough, the video “Theme From 2010” by The Police member Andy Summers. The song is an updated version of “Also Sprach Zarathustra”. The movie which the theme was taken from is the sequel to Stanley Kubrick’s “2001”. The music video incorporates scenes from “2010” and of Andy Summers in a great way. Enjoy!
TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES (d. Steve Barron)
HOME ALONE (d. Chris Columbus)
WILD AT HEART (d. David Lynch)
EDWARD SCISSORHANDS (d. Tim Burton)
GOODFELLAS (d. Martin Scorcese)
DEPECHE MODE – VIOLATOR
PIXIES – BOSSANOVA
HAPPY MONDAYS – PILLS ‘N’ THRILLS AND BELLYACHES
MORRISSEY – BONA DRAG
THE LA’S – THE LA’S
SPIDER-MAN #1 by Todd McFarlane
GIVE ME LIBERTY by Frank Miller & Dave Gibbons
Cable debuts in the pages of NEW MUTANTS #87.
Frank Einstein A.K.A. Madman debuts in CREATURES OF THE ID #1.
AKIRA by Katsuhiro Otomo concludes after eight years in the pages of Young Magazine.
CBS CEO, Leslie Mooonves, might contol the internet, or at least Google and Wikipedia…which are basically the internet. This seems minor, BUT Mooonves’s Wikipedia page only lists his current spouse, Julie Chen, in his profile box. (I thought all pages list past and presnt spouses.) It kind of gets a little more interesting. His ex-wife, Nancy Wiesenfeld Moonves, appears to have been completely wiped off of Google. Seriously, try to Google/Google Image her. All that will come up are pictures of Julie Chen. Where are the tabloid reports? How is someone that was married to the CEO of CBS for over 20 years wiped off of the internet?
There was a lot a lot of drama that happened before the show. Originally, the show was supposed to take place at the downtown Chicago Theatre. It was a mad, panicked scramble to get tickets, but, somehow, I managed to get four through Ticketmaster the minute they went on sale. Anyway, said tickets were actually pretty decent (main floor, part way back) and the dudes and I were pretty excited. Then, calamity ensued, as the show was abruptly moved to the far off suburbs at the Rosemont Theatre. Ugh. Instead of transferring tickets to comparable seats, Ticketmaster gave pre-existing ticket holders a password to a pre-sale, a pre-sale with ONLY obstructed-view seats. Cool. So, everyone was super pissed and the papers and blogs wrote about it, and all of Chicago (and Detroit) pretty much thinks Lady Gaga is a huge douche (see: forum; wait, i mean see: forum drama).
Okay, so a lot of people wrote on her website’s forum about this travesty, and pretty much she decided that she loves censorship, so she pulled the plug on the forum a day or two before she came to Chicago. That’s cool.
But anyway, me and the dudes grudgingly went to the concert and sat in our seats, which were four rows from the back row of the balcony. Thanks, Ticketmaster and Lady Gaga! Anyway, the opening acts were kind of annoying and it’s kind of sad this is what they came up with to replace Kid Cudi after it was decided that he’s too much of a liability. The first act struck me as super NYC (maybe because they kept saying stuff like m’fing NYC or something along those lines), but Semi Precious Weapons is a glam-rock, scream-y, not-that-great band that also played with Lady Gaga in 2006 to a crowd of 12. The second opening act, Jason Derülo, has the song that “heavily samples” Imogen Heap. His act seemed a little conceited (side note: I read that he requested a lot of crazy shit, like smoke and lights, but such things were denied for him.). I didn’t like how he plucked a girl from the audience and sang to her and said to her in front of the whole audience how she’ll always be his baby or something like that.
Anyway…after enduring the poor choices for opening acts, Lady Gaga appeared, or I mean her thirty-foot image on a giant, sheer screen. It was actually one of the better hype-y opening art things I’ve seen at a concert. She eventually appeared behind the screen, and eventually the screen was lifted. She performed most of her songs from her two albums and played for 1 hour and 45 minutes. Compared to the other tour nights, she supposedly cut the Sunday performance by 2 songs, but this is just according to 2 hipster dudes at the train stop. As expected, there was a lot of choreographed dancing, and about 5 costume changes. She also shot a gun at the audience. Y’know cause she wanted to tell everyone how much she doesn’t care if you don’t like her. She talked a lot to fill the gaps of her small catalog. Mostly, she talked about how much she loves her “little monsters” and how much she hates money. Her talking voice struck me as very slightly British sounding, but also very pleasant. It wasn’t the best thing in the world, but I had fun and enjoyed the fact that she didn’t lip sync her performance.
Side note: the Rosemont Theatre doesn’t know how to organize transportation. There were 10 cabs after the concert got out and no more appeared, because I guess they didn’t catch on after the first two days that hundreds of people would be wanting to go home. After waiting outside for 15 minutes, we found one cab and asked him to drive us to the train, but he told us that we could just walk since 1.5 miles in the literally below zero weather isn’t that far, and that he only wanted to take people all the way to the city. At least my roommate told the driver to go f himself. I liked walking that far and then watching 4 northbound trains go by while waiting another 15-20 minutes for a southbound train. Did this really long review actually have anything to do with the concert? I guess I’ll add that she didn’t wear the Alexander McQueen 10’ armadillo shoes. Setlist (someone should correct this if it’s wrong):
1. Dance in the Dark
2. Just Dance
6. So Happy I Could Die
9. Poker Face (slow version)
10. The Fame
11. Money Honey
12. Beautiful, Dirty, Rich
13. Boys Boys Boys
14. Paper Gangsta
15. Poker Face
17. Nothing Else I Can Say
18. Bad Romance
Video is from a different Rosemont night, but you get the picture. lol