Wednesday, April 27, 2011


just me being dumb


So Just if you didnt know Rihanna's 'S&M' hit No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 April 24, marking the sexy fierce Barbados-born singer's 10th No. 1 single. and with the Britney Spears-aided 'S&M (Remix)' giving her fourth single off the 'Loud' album a bit more push, Rihanna will attain the honor of scoring 10 No. 1's on Billboard's Hot 100 in the shortest span of time. She recorded her first No. 1, 'SOS,' just four years, 11 months and two weeks ago. The singer also beat out labelmate Mariah Scarey by almost five months. lets face it MC. we love to H.A.T.E.U. Not only did Rihanna beat Mariah she pretty much slaughtered that dolphin in the tropic waters of popularity and to the chart record in a shorter period of time, but at 23, she's also the youngest artist to notch 10 No. 1's in the chart's 52-year history, besting Mariah again, who was 25 when she scored her 10th single. hahahahahaha! (sorry Im a huge Rihanna fan). And Rihanna even thanks miss Britney via twitter saying. "10th!!!!!Now LOOK at what u did ... THANK U so much, this is the BEST news!" "BIGUP to @britneyspears and all her wonderful fans who supported this song."

The red-haired phenom is the ninth artist to achieve 10 No. 1 singles, and the fifth solo female, following 
Janet JacksonWhitney HoustonMadonna and, of course, Mariah, with a whopping 18 No. 1 hits to her credit. "Rihanna's tenth #1 single is a monumental accomplishment and a testament to her incredible artistry," said Island Def Jam President Steve Bartels. "This was a truly collaborative and creative effort, spearheaded by Rihanna's tireless work and aided in no small part by the incredible Britney Spears and her team. I am extremely proud of Rihanna."

Rihanna's Grammy-winning fifth album 'Loud' was released on November 12.

Sunday, April 24, 2011




Hailing a taxi in New York City is hard enough, what with fighting off other would-be passengers and getting the attention of a swerving, speeding cabbie.
Getting the taxi to drive you from New York to Los Angeles? Fugghetaboutit.
At least that's what the father of John Belitsky, a former taxi driver himself, said when he heard about his son's plan to pay a cab driver $5,000 to bring him and his friend Dan Wuebben from the East Coast to the West Coast in one trip.
Six days and 3,000 miles later, Belitsky put an exclamation point on the journey with an unadorned post on his Twitter page: DONE.
Writing that word might have been easy, but the trek wasn't -- at least for Mohammed Alam, the cab driver who left his crying family behind to endure several sleepless nights with a pair of strangers. But he made it, with a little help from his new friends.
One of them, Wuebben -- an English professor -- explained in a YouTube video that he didn't hesitate when Belitsky pushed what he "just thought ... was a cool idea."
"And so when (Belitsky) said I'm going to do this, are you going to do this with me, I kind of just said yes, knowing that John has a lot of ideas," Wuebben said. "I just like tagging along."
Belitsky, an investment banker, was motivated by a desire to pay tribute to his father. But he also admitted online to having Hollywood dreams.
"At the moment, the running concept is that we're going to take it to some movie people when we get there and see what happens," he said to a camera being held by Wuebben.
But they couldn't do it alone, not without a real, live New York City taxi driver behind the wheel. This was going to be hard, as Belitsky learned when he asked one such driver -- who rolled up his window, without bothering to answer.
After thinking they'd scored a ride with another cabbie (who agreed to do it, only to be rebuffed by his boss, according to Belitsky's Twitter post), the two friends found Alam at LaGuardia Airport, in the Queens borough of New York City on April 16.
The three went to Alam's home, so the driver could pack some bags and say goodbye to his tearful wife, child and parents. Convincing them that it made sense for him to go was the first, but hardly the last, major challenge for the Bangladeshi man.
"I said, 'No crying. I will be fine," Alam told CNN affiliate KUSA. "I'll come back very soon."
So off they went. Through Pennsylvania, into Ohio, then onto Chicago. Along the way, they recorded their observations on the ride in 140-character bursts on Twitter and using a camera they'd bought at a New Jersey Best Buy just before heading out.
By the time they got to Omaha, Nebraska -- Wuebben's hometown -- Alam was exhausted and ready to quit. He had driven nearly two days straight without significant rest, refusing to let Belitsky and Wuebben drive the cab because they were not properly licensed.
His family, back home in New York, still missed him and worried about him. Belitsky tried to persuade him to keep going.
"Alam is taking a timeout in my old bedroom, speaking to his wife, trying to get it together," Wuebben wrote on Twitter. "Everyone is very tired."
After a break, Alam changed his mind and the three hit the road again. They cruised through the Rocky Mountains and into Denver, and then a giddy Alam and Belitsky took in the view at the Grand Canyon.
By Friday, they'd finally arrived in southern California.
"I CAN SEE SMOG AND WE JUST HIT TRAFFIC!!! We are cruisin in HOV lane," Wuebben wrote on Twitter, as the cab rolled through Los Angeles.
Their mission complete, the two friends said they weren't sure if they would take the taxi back, across the country, to their jobs, their homes, their lives in New York. Alam didn't have much choice, though Belitsky insisted on Twitter that the cabbie "IS NOT driving by himself anywhere ... He will 100% have company."
For the two friends, the trip was an adventure, a dare and a chance to prove one of their father's wrong. For Alam, it was at times a nightmare but also a dream and the chance to make his mark.
"It's about the record. I want to be a part of the record," he told KUSA. "But, it's not money. I don't think about money, I told them."
While it started as his ideas, Belitsky wrote on Twitter that he believes the trip meant more to their new friend Alam than to anyone else.
"No one will ever understand how badly Alam wanted this," he said


This is video of my trip with Ryan on The "california adventure" ride CALIFORNIA SCREAMIN, get it? its punny, like "california Dreamin" ugh okay bad joke.

Saturday, April 23, 2011


I SUGGEST THAT IF YOU ARE FAMILY OR UNDER 18 AND ARE OFFENDED BY GAY SEX, THAT YOU DON'T CONTINUE READING OR LOOKING, BUT IF YOU ARE SLIGHTLY CURIOUS, GONE ON AHEAD! LOL I KNOW SOME OF YOU LADIES LIKE TO KNOW WHATS GOIN ON, AND LETS FACE IT, HOT IS HOT, AND WHEN TWO NAKED HOT BODIES COLLIDE, ITS SMOLDERING VOLCANIC HOT. SO I HAVE A LITTLE CLIP FOR YA GUYS, FEATURING TWO SEX PISTOLS "The Good Husband” opens with fully-tatted Logan McCree in bed with his wife (Barbie Star). As the lovers wake Barbie starts caressing her husband’s legs and begins to stroke his cock. But Logan pulls her hand away like he always does and tells her that she’ll be late for work. The unsatisfied wife goes to work, knowing there are problems in their marriage, but never suspecting that there’s a male trick on his way. As soon as Damien Crosse steps inside Logan and him start to violently kiss each other while stripping their clothes. You rarely see such unbridled passion on film like you see in “The Good Husband” when the boys start going down on each other, ravenously sucking and suffocating each other with their meaty cocks. What follows is Logan McCree at his best as he tears up Damien’s ass in a sweltering two-position fuck sequence which will doubtlessly make you shoot your load before McCree shoots his all over Damien’s face!

your welcome!



Friday, April 22, 2011


its official Tom Hardy has been casted in "The Dark Knight Rises," not much of a shocker when you know how the director work and usuing some of his previous actors in his following films what with him having worked with Christopher Nolan on last summer's "Inception." which was a fan-fuckin-tastic film, The revelation of which character he'd be playing, however, was a surprise: Bane. Until now, we haven't heard much about Hardy's (or Nolan's) plans for the brutish, brilliant villain, but the actor recently opened up about the role and what you can expect from him. Hardy appeared on the British talk show "Alan Carr: Chatty Man" recently, and as expected, the subject of "The Dark Knight Rises" came up in conversation. Carr showed Hardy a picture of the hilariously campy Bane character from Joel Schumacher's 1997 film "Batman & Robin." Glancing at it and smiling, he joked, "It doesn't look very menacing, does it?

Hardy then went on to briefly explain that Nolan has other ideas for his own treatment of Bane, as fans of the director's dark and gritty take on the series might already expect."Chris Nolan will revisit that territory entirely," he said. "So I wouldn't go by that at all."The actor also said that he's going to need to bulk up before "I start shooting in May." He currently weighs around 170 pounds and Nolan wants him up in at least the 180-200 pound range. Asked how plans to grow so much over the next three months, Hardy replied, "Fat. A lot of fat. And trickery."

Thursday, April 21, 2011





Mortal Kombat: A HIstory

Mortal Kombat, commonly abbreviated MK, is a series of fighting games created by Ed Boon and John Tobias. The first four renditions and their updates were developed by Midway Games and initially released on arcade machines. The arcade titles were later picked up by Acclaim Entertainment for the home console conversions. Beginning with Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance, Midway Games exclusively created home versions of Mortal Kombat up until Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe. Following Midway's bankruptcy, the franchise was picked up by Warner Bros. in July 2009 and became a part of the Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Branch.
The series began originally as a game based on the popular actor martial artist, Jean-Claude Van Damme. The idea fell through and Mortal Kombat was born instead. As a result of its success, Mortal Kombat has spawned many sequels and has been spun off into several adventure games, films (animated and live-action with its own sequel), and television series (animated and live-action). Other spin-offs include various comic book series, a card game and a live-action tour.

The original three games and their updates, Mortal KombatMortal Kombat IIMortal Kombat 3,Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, and Mortal Kombat Trilogy, were styled in a 2-D fighting fashion with gameplay consisting of six buttons that were high punch, low punch, high kick, low kick, block, and run (run was added in "Mortal Kombat 3"). Reviewers have stated that because of this the characters are only differentiated by their special moves. In fact, some reviewers have criticized that the "bewildering array" of special moves in comparison to other fighting games has resulted in too little focus on regular moves.The combo system was introduced in Mortal Kombat 3. This allowed players to string together combinations of moves for extra damage. A successful combo would result in showing on-screen the number of hits in the combo and the percent of damage done to the opponent.
The series is especially noted for its realistic digitized sprites (which differentiated it from its contemporaries' hand-drawn sprites), and its high levels of blood and gore, including, most notably, its graphic Fatalities—finishing moves, requiring a sequence of buttons to perform, which, in part, led to the creation of the ESRB. The series name itself is also known for using the letter "K" in place of "C" for the hard C sound, thus intentionally misspelling the word "combat," as well as other words with the hard C sound within later games in the series. Early games in the series were infamous for the prominent use of palette swapping to create new character sprites.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Who run the world?

Beyonce releases Girls (who Run The World) and she is Reppin It 4 The Girls That Run The World, Beyonce is experimenting with a new sound, its a little all over the place, and like always i hate it, but thats a Bayleybabble thing cause i always hate this ambitious bitch and her first singles, then i fall in love later on, she ALWAYS grows on me. so what do ya think?

Lady GaGa is so Re-I mean, Special!

Long lauded for her civil rights work in the LGBT community,Lady Gaga just dropped the "R word."
When NME asked the 25-year-old star whether she thought "Born This Way" was a knock-off of Madonna's "Express Yourself," the singer (real name: Stefani Germanotta) was outraged. "I'm a songwriter. I've written loads of music. Why would I try to put out a song and think I'm getting one over on everybody? That's retarded."She raged on: ". What a completely ridiculous thing to even question me about… If you put the songs next to each other, side by side, the only similarities are the chord progression. It's the same one that's been in disco music for the last 50 years. Just because I’m the first f***ing artist in 25 years to think of putting it on Top 40 radio, it doesn’t mean I’m a plagiarist, it means that I’m f***ing smart, sorry"When Jennifer Aniston used the word "retard" in a Live! With Regis and Kelly interview in August, Peter Berns, CEO of The Arc (a nonprofit advocacy group for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities), told Us Weekly her usage of the term was "extraordinarily offensive and inappropriate.""Frankly, someone in her position ought to know better," Berns said of Aniston, 42. "She is using language that is offensive to a large segment of the population in this country… Even if [the word] wasn't intended to insult them, that is the effect of it."
Other celebs, including Lindsay Lohan and Howard Stern, have been blasted for their use of the "R word" as well.
Kirsten Seckler, spokeswoman for the Special Olympics, told Us that stars may want to use the word "ridiculous" instead. She added: "Think before you speak, especially when you're making fun of yourself or others."

Monday, April 18, 2011


BAD NEWS FOR SCREAM, EVEN THOUGH I LOVED every minute, it seems rated 'R' movies don't appeal to Moviegoers who flocked to see Rio but fled from Scream 4 over the weekend. Thanks to Rio and some decent holdovers, though, this was the first genuinely up weekend year-over-year since early November, boasting a nearly 11 percent increase over 2010, when Kick-Ass and How to Train Your Dragon led.
Rio led with an estimated $40 million on approximately 6,400 screens at 3,826 locations, and its 3D presentations at 2,591 locations accounted for 58 percent of the gross. The animated comedy edged out Rango's $38.1 million and Hop's $37.5 million to claim the highest-grossing opening weekend of 2011 so far. However, excelling in a slow year like 2011 is not the same as excelling in the grand scheme of things: Rio's start was fairly average for a wannabe animated event. It trailed How to Train Your Dragon's $43.7 million opening from last spring, and its attendance paled compared to Blue Sky's previous spring movies Ice AgeRobots and Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!. Distributor 20th Century Fox's exit polling indicated that 53 percent of Rio's audience was female and 50 percent was under 25 years old.
Evidently the Scream franchise was played out long ago, judging by the returns for Scream 4. The horror sequel notched an estimated $19.3 million on close to 4,400 screens at 3,305 locations, which was only slightly more than Sucker Punch's debut last month. That was a tremendous comedown from the previous Scream movies, and more extreme than the drop from Saw V to Saw VI in attendance. Scream 3 grossed $34.7 million in its first weekend back in Feb. 2000, or the equivalent of nearly $52 million adjusted for ticket price inflation. Scream 4's marketing aimed at those nostalgic for the original movies, self-consciously stating their appeal ("getting scared has never been so much fun"), but never went beyond being just another Scream movie, which may not have been enough after 11 years (particularly when Scream 2 and Scream 3 were less well-liked than the original). Distributor The Weinstein Company's research showed that 52 percent of Scream 4's audience was female and 54 percent was under 25 years old.
Hop ranked third with an estimated $11.2 million. The Easter bunny comedy dropped 48 percent, and it fell further behind Rango, tallying $82.6 million in 17 days or nearly $10 million less than Rango at the same point.
Soul Surfer held its ground better than the other second-weekend holdovers. The surfer girl drama dipped 30 percent, slotting in fourth with an estimated $7.4 million for a $20 million sum in ten days. Hanna fell a standard 41 percent to an estimated $7.3 million for a $23.3 million total in ten days, while Arthur (2011) tumbled 43 percent to an estimated $6.9 million for a $22.3 million tally in ten days. Your Highness was again the big loser, retreating 58 percent to an estimated $3.9 million for a $16 million sum in ten days.
The other horror movie in the market, Insidious, continued to hold exceptionally well in its third weekend. It again posted the smallest percentage decline among nationwide releases, easing 27 percent to an estimated $6.9 million for a $36 million total in 17 days. It actually has a chance at out-grossing Scream 4 in the long run, a thought that was seemingly inconceivable until now.
Close behind Insidious for best hold was Source Code, which slowed its rate of descent to 27 percent, making an estimated $6.3 million for a $37 million haul in 17 days. Down around 30 percent each were fifth-weekend holdovers Limitless and The Lincoln Lawyer, and they boasted solid tallies of $69.7 million and $50.6 million, respectively.
The weekend's other technically nationwide new release, The Conspirator, mustered a decent amount of interest, earning an estimated $3.9 million at 707 locations, ranking ninth.

Saturday, April 16, 2011


Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 (in theaters July 15), the filmmakers behind what’s certain to be one of the biggest films of the decade faced the challenge — and daunting pressure — of finishing strong, of sticking the landing, of simply not screwing up the ending. But director David Yates had more to sweat than just making sure that the final battle between the kick-ass wizard, Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) and evil Jack-O Faced VOLDEMORT  (Ralph Fiennes) was certifiably magical. The climactic novel in J.K. Rowling’s blockbuster book series actually ends with an epilogue set 19 years after the Harry/Voldy apocalyptic wand duel, a memorable coda with the huge emotional moments worthy of a tissue or two. (Our guess is that most of you have read the book at least once – 


The epilogue has married couples Harry and Ginny (Bonnie Wright) and Hermione (Emma Watson) and Ron (Rupert Grint) at Platform 9 and 3/4, sending their children off to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Yates first shot the scene at King’s Cross railway station in London during the middle of production on Deathly Hallows — Part 2 (filmed concurrently withDeathly Hallows — Part 1 over the course of 261 days), with Radcliffe, Watson and Grint made-up to look like the adult versions of their characters. Yet late last December, several months after shooting what they thought were their final moments together, the actors were summoned back to King’s Cross for a re-do. “I didn’t want older actors,” says Yates. “If you spent seven movies with these guys, you know these kids, and you want to end with them. We ended up with a scene that for all sorts of reasons, not just the make-up, just didn’t work. I asked the studio to have a second pop at it, with a very simple solution — simple make-up, which may be enhanced slightly with special effects — that’s really charming.”
Thus, shooting the epilogue — or rather, reshooting the epilogue — marked the official LastHarry Potter Thing That The Harry Potter Kids Ever Shot, and Yates says that in retrospect, it was only fitting; if he had to do it all over again, the director says he would have planned from the start to shoot the epilogue at the end of production. According to producer David Heyman, the new version of the scene was effective and affecting enough to change their minds about an idea for the filmmakers had about what to show on screen during the roll of closing credits. “We thought about a nostalgic look back at how the kids have grown over the previous films,” says the producer. “We decided against it because this ending captures all of that.” Heyman — who has produced all eight of the Harry Potter films and has a close rapport with Radcliffe, Watson, and Grint — says watching the young actors film the epilogue was emotional for him, not to mention surreal: “It was a funny day, seeing them made up to look in their late thirties. It really accentuated the reality of the situation. I knew it had been 10 years, but I didn’t realize they had aged that much.”

Unreleased or Underconstruction

This Is A little Missy E. Track That never made it to an album, its a sick beat, produced by DANJA. hope you like it! 

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Unreleased or Underconstruction

This is my new section, where i put up songs i have worked on that didn't make the cut for something, or something i'm working on, or just a good old song that i like that didnt make an album, or is a rarity. check in randomly to see if i have posted another "unreleased or Underconstruction"  track

today im Thirsty. 

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Scarlett HoeHansen

ScarJo aka (ScarHoe) and Sean "mother fucking" Penn are playing house! Three months into their unexpected romance, which makes no sense at allScarlett Johansson has moved in to the $3.8 million Malibu home of Sean Penn, i mean clearly she is a gold digger. Relocating from her temporary digs at a West Hollywood hotel,lmfao the recently divorced 26-year-old "has essentially moved in over the last few weeks," the source says. And now that the actress and Penn, 50, share the same roof after months of furtive sightings at hotspots in Hollywood, Mexico and beyond, "they just stay home" whenever they can. OMG this is such a sad sad sad future! i feel bad for Sean, who feels like he needs a dirty cunt bag skank to feel better about himself, and she!, oh dont get me started! ugh what a hoe, she is like playing chess with actors who will give her status, she's like Lady GaGa. Among their fave homebody activities? "Eating" in and hanging out with Penn's kids with ex-wife Robin Wright, who are mere years younger than Johansson: daughter Dylan, 20, and son Hopper, 17. SOOOOOOO awkward!
Plus, the domestic duo love working out (their recent jog fueled pregnancy rumors that proved false), entertaining pals like Owen Wilson and Javier Bardem and more. (Back in February, Us Weekly was first to break news that Johansson had rebounded from her December divorce from Ryan Reynolds with Penn.)
 moral of the story: Gold Diggers, get Nice Shiny New Digs, And A wrinkly old Fart.