So there’s only half a season of Breaking Bad left before the series finale, and it’s getting intense. Check out this teaser for the final episodes!
Just like this. Should be fine.
A TV station in San Francisco is coming under fire after they posted incorrect and insensitive information about the crash of Asiana Flight 214.
The TV station confirmed with their Washington office that the names of the pilots of the aircraft were: “Sum Ting Wong”, “Ho Lee Fuk”, “Bang Ding Ow”, and “Wi To Low.”
Apparently a summer intern in Washington went outside his scope and confirmed these names incorrectly.
Regardless, the station still ran the names on their newscast, which are clearly word play, but they are now apologizing for the insensitive move.
July 12, 2013
The Slipknot and Stone Sour front man tweeted this earlier today:
No word yet on what has happened to the so-called ‘friend’ who allegedly stole about $36,000 of Corey’s equipment, including a couple of basses from the late Paul Gray. Let’s hope he gets that other 2% back and that justice is served!
July 12, 2013
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich and his girlfriend, Jessica Miller, are now engaged. They did it in front of a close-knit group of family members in Las Vegas that included the fiancée’s father and Ulrich’s son.
Jessica Miller was previously in a relationship with System Of A Down guitarist Daron Malakian. She’s a professional model and has appeared on covers of international editions of Vogue magazine. She has also been a model for Gap, H&M and Chanel, among others.
Lars has two sons with former wife Skylar Satenstein, and a third boy with Danish actress Connie Nielsen.
July 12, 2013
Korn announced details of their 11th studio album. “The Paradigm Shift” will drop on October 1st.
It will be the first album to feature co-founding guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch since 2003′s “Take a Look in the Mirror”.
Guitarist James ‘Munky’ Shaffer said: ”It’s a term encompassing different perspectives. You can view a piece of art from one angle and it takes on a certain image. If you look from another angle, it’s a completely different image. We liken that to Korn in 2013. With Head back in the fold, all of the elements fans have loved since day one are there, but we’re interpreting them from a new perspective. It’s a bigger, brighter, and bolder Korn.”
As her husband George tore into the wrapping paper of his 50th birthday present, Anita Rydzinski tried to suppress a giggle.
She had spent weeks racking her brain over what to buy him. But how do you surprise your husband after 15 years of marriage?
A unique piece of artwork was just the thing, Anita decided. But as George pulled off the bubble wrap, it quickly became clear this gift was not your run-of-the-mill watercolour. It was a life-sized bronze cast of Anita’s bottom, in suspenders and a tiny thong.
‘George’s mouth dropped open, then spread into a huge smile,’ says Anita, 40. ‘He couldn’t believe it, but he did look at me and say, “Very nice . . .” Our daughter Chelsey, 19, thought it was fantastic, but our 13-year-old son George just stared and said, “What is that?”’
So what possessed Anita to commission such an intimate portrait of her posterior?
Anita, who lives in Wraysbury, Middlesex, and runs a turbo engine manufacturing company with her husband, says: ‘George is very difficult to buy for, so when I spotted Brighton Body Casting, it gave me an idea.
‘I wanted something a bit naughty, so decided on a cast of my bottom.’
Turning body parts or personal objects into art is becoming a major trend – over the past few years it has rocketed in popularity, particularly in showbusiness.
Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden recently admitted she has a cast of her bottom hanging in her bedroom – which was made at the request of her husband Chris in 2006.
Plaster casting has been used since the 19th century to create exact replicas of ancient sculptures, but it has now been replaced by alginate, a blue seaweed-based substance similar to the putty used by dentists to take moulds of your mouth.
It sets in two minutes, then turns rubbery, so you just pop a baby’s foot – or a woman’s bottom – into it then pull it out when it’s firm to form a mould.
This is then filled with the chosen material: brass, plaster, bronze, glass, fibreglass, silver or, if you have the cash, gold.
The key to the popularity of casting is preserving a physical memory forever.
Perhaps that’s why body casting has become so popular with women in their 30s, 40s and 50s, eager to capture an image of their body before age takes its toll.
Imagine this: It’s 95ª outside, and you hear that familiar sound of the ice cream truck. You already know the ice cream truck is in short supply these days, so like a child, you rush out the door to for any number of America’s favorite treats to cool down on a hot day – maybe a waffle cone, or a frozen Snickers, and the guy in the van hands you BROCCOLI? What are you to do? Us, we’d punch him in the face for not being David Lee Roth with actual ice cream.
US Postal Service officials determined the substance that caused an evacuation of the post office in Guntersville, Alabama on Tuesday.
Officials said the liquid was KY Intense Arousal gel that contained ingredients meant to “intensify sensation.”
The post office had been evacuated around 9 a.m. Tuesday, and hazmat teams were called in to deal with the substance. First responders said they retrieved a large bag containing approximately 12-15 packages with the substance on it.
Postal officials haven’t said exactly where the package was heading but it was to someone in the entertainment industry.