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Acting / Re: Jason Mitchell
« on: Yesterday at 06:54:04 pm »
One of my favorites in the game, Mr. Bill Duke, talks briefly about why some actors don't do so well in Hollywood.

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Hudlin TV / Re: Surviving R. Kelly
« on: Yesterday at 05:02:37 pm »

From the comments section:
Some of the comments are extremely inflammatory.

The Seattle Mayor had to resign recently after several men came forward to say they were molested by him when they were underage teenagers. Seattle has a pedo subculture that is quite large.

Deplorable_HeywoodinSoCal  Lou • 5 days ago • edited
All blue cities and states have crime problems, and feces problems, and drug problems, and gang problems...etc.
Blue people are soft on crime....and chase out the honest working people with confiscatory taxation to be wasted on 'pie in the sky' BS.
They can't fix a pothole with your hard earned tax dollars but they'll take away a drinking straw and tell you how much soda you can buy. (< 32 oz. In NY)
Los Angeles was once a beautiful it's a filthy crime ridden cesspool with a low quality of life for most.
So is New York, San Fransisco, Portland, Chicago, Seattle, Detroit, Philly....see a pattern?

Vince A.  Deplorable_HeywoodinSoCal • 5 days ago
Simple solution. Never vote democrat. If only people would listen.

Rayvet  Vince A. • 4 days ago
But people that vote democrat are followers (not leaders) so when a lefty tells them who to vote for, they do it. No questions asked. Because asking questions would require processing facts and formulating conclusions. That line of logic escapes the left. As a matter of fact, logic and left should probably never be used in the same sentence.


libtarded  Vince A. • 4 days ago
The problem is those fools who voted the Democrats in eventually flee the mess they created-- only to vote Democrap somewhere else. Liberalism is a mental illness.

Peter York  Deplorable_HeywoodinSoCal • 4 days ago
moved to the Valley in 57 and am pro-LA...but I've never thought of LA as a 'beautiful' city. like the lady said: there's no there there.

Deplorable_HeywoodinSoCal  Peter York • 4 days ago
In '57 it was. I've seen pictures. The Van Nuys are now looks like skid row. The West Valley looks like a third world craphole.
Are you saying there has been no degradation?

Slam1263  Lou • 5 days ago
The Mayor, and his husband, allegedly, raped their adopted son, and maybe 100 of the children, and young adults, that Social Services put into their care for counseling.
The son died after their attorney gave him $10k, that the Courts had directed to a trust account, because the kid was hooked on drugs.

Inconsequential • 5 days ago
Hollywood and DC are full of pedophiles and rapists.

Neil Ingalls  Inconsequential • 4 days ago
Which is why both have over 90 % support for the Democrat party.

victor_whisky  Neil Ingalls • 4 days ago
No right wing or republican pedophiles? It is like Iran saying homosexuality does exist there. Did you conduct a survey of the republican pedophiles?

Rayvet  victor_whisky • 4 days ago
It's a numbers game Victor. Way more lefties are pedophiles and rapists and the real take away message is the other lefties turn the other cheek and pretend it didn't happen. At least we on the right want the offenders punished, regardless of which side of the aisle their on. Hypocrisy. It's mandatory for a Democrat.

victor_whisky  Rayvet • 4 days ago
Yes you right wing guys sure punish your own? Only the poor get punished and go to jail, and it has nothing to do with party affiliation, it has to do with how much money your have. In the US justice system, money talks.

Rayvet  victor_whisky • 4 days ago
Like all lefties, you people see everything in colors and class distinction. It's horrible. You people don't see the collective as Americans. With you people it's either black Americans, poor Americans, hetero Americans. This is the reason you people qualify for a mentally defective condition.......called liberalism.

John Goode  victor_whisky • 4 days ago
Not "no" RW or Repub pedophiles. Just fewer. Lots fewer.

Peter York  victor_whisky • 4 days ago
easy, poopy pants. are you going to argue that prison populations are 50/50, too?
plus, the sin//crime is in the act, not the horrid thought/desire. among which ilk are perv/actors tolerated, appreciated, and exalted?
go easy on that urge to say 'everything's the same.' it's the pull of vanity raising yourself above the fray and taking you out of the fight of good (the individual) vs. evil (the collective).

victor_whisky  Peter York • 4 days ago
Jails are full of blacks, most for drug possession. I worked in an ad agency, all white people...the weed was delivered. I have seen raids in the ghetto, but never saw raids in rich suburbs and I know most of those high school kids were high a a kite, never had problems getting their drugs and did not have to worry about getting raided. The wall street traders are all geeked up on coke, you don't see the cops raiding them. It is known, the recording studios are pervasive with drugs, you don't see cops raiding them. I was told by a worker about the grand opening of an office building near ours, mostly offices for lawyers, accountants and realtors. Part of the party essentials besides booze and food was crack cocaine which was delivered, by the person who told me about it. How about your right wing too big to fail to big to jail crooked buddies on wall street who destroyed the economy? Why were they not jailed. Yes if the law was applied fairly to everyone, you probably would see more white people in jail than black ones. You are a racist, the worst ignorant one.

Miss Kathleen  victor_whisky • 4 days ago
humm deflect much means you are...uncomfortable. What's bothering you boo.

libtarded  victor_whisky • 4 days ago
False equivalency arguments are false.


Ed D  Inconsequential • 4 days ago
More to the point Hollywood and Democrats support, promote and celebrate abhorrent behavior.

victor_whisky  Ed D • 4 days ago
So you must have done an intense study of all professions, including the music industry, rock and country, the lawyers, accountants and the vultures on wall street, democrats and republicans, rich and poor and you have arrived at the conclusion that only Hollywood and democrats, solely that segment of society alone, support abhorrent behavior? I got news for you, there were pedophiles, straight and gay in the NAZY party. There are pedophiles in religions, in all of them, there are pedophiles in the upper crust and the aristocracy and there are Republican pedophiles. It is however, a behavior more prone to the wealthy and those in power as they always get away with it.


1/1024 Peruvian Matching Power • 5 days ago
When is Corey Feldman going to name names???

canuckamuk  1/1024 Peruvian Matching Power • 5 days ago
Not enough money paid for him to talk. I'm sure there is enough to keep him quiet.

Cori27  canuckamuk • 5 days ago
or...he's getting more money to stay quiet, than he's getting to spill the beans.

Mare  1/1024 Peruvian Matching Power • 5 days ago
Apparently he didn’t get the crowd funding he wanted.

neyney • 5 days ago
Hollywood is crawling with these lizards. Makes you wonder how many of today’s male movie stars have had relations with these powerful gay execs. I’d bet the majority of them.

K dawg  neyney • 4 days ago • edited
Lol you are embarking on a journey of discovery indeed!
Welcome behind the curtain.
How do you think a young, blonde boy Trump got to be closer personal best buddies with old pederast Roy Cohn? LOL!

davad11  K dawg • 4 days ago


Libs Suck • 5 days ago • edited
Less than 1% of the population and in the news every day. I give you the 70% gay media.

MeMyselfandI • 5 days ago
If no contact... why settle?? I call B.S.

hargen  MeMyselfandI • 5 days ago
Because lawsuits can cost $100,000+. You may stand on principle but you might go broke doing it. In today's world sometimes it is cheaper to pay and move on.

MeMyselfandI  hargen • 4 days ago
I understand that however if I'm innocent especially of something like that I will not lay down.

Vince A.  MeMyselfandI • 5 days ago
To get the accuser off his back. Bad publicity.

Kevin Turner • 5 days ago
This guy Singer is NOT a good person. There have been accusations of orchestrated abuse of minors for years. The movie, An Open Secret detailed how Singer and his buddies abused homeless minors.

Charles Evans  Kevin Turner • 4 days ago
And during the production of Apt Pupil...

Q Messenger • 5 days ago
The pedophile got off easy.

We2  Q Messenger • 5 days ago
This time, but there is more coming. Stay turned!

Gas_Passer • 5 days ago
Cut the lowlifes pecker off.

Jack.Foobar • 5 days ago
Kevin Spacey gets hung out to dry, but the guy sending him the boys to molest gets a parking ticket. Stay Classy, Left Coasts.
From what I can tell, every Democrat is either mentally ill, a pedophile, thief, rapist, or murderer. I have yet to meet otherwise.

K dawg  Jack.Foobar • 4 days ago
Lol ask Larry Craig you blithering imbecile


Deplorable_HeywoodinSoCal • 5 days ago • edited
So the cost of rape is 150,000?
Can the next director pre-pay?
A director with 1.5 million in expendable cash should be able to buy 10 rapes, right?

Union Lacktivist  Deplorable_HeywoodinSoCal • 5 days ago
A real victim would want justice, not a 150k payout.

SmartDoctor  Union Lacktivist • 4 days ago
Ah, but a $150,000 payout, AND no rape in the first case. Good money if you can get it.

The Rising • 5 days ago
It was an open secret he was raping young boys.

Lori  The Rising • 4 days ago
He did what @JamesGunn used to tweet about all the time.

Slather America With Trump • 5 days ago
That's like $150 for each penetration.

Nicholas Huntington  Slather America With Trump • 4 days ago


1kygent2 • 5 days ago • edited
Corey Haim, River Phoenix, Brad Renfro, Nick Stahl, God knows how many Thousands more ..

Pava Kava  1kygent2 • 5 days ago
River was raped by Forrest...gump

K dawg  1kygent2 • 4 days ago
Roy Cohn put plenty of D to a young, boyish Don Trump back in the 80s LOL 🤣🤣🤣


Freempg • 5 days ago
Chump change for an "A-list" Hollywood director. He's worth millions. What's his reputation worth? If innocent he would have paid whatever it took to clear his name. Singer got off cheap. He avoided being deposed.

Obamaroid_Ointment • 5 days ago
Hollyweirds is as Hollyweirds does.

Union Lacktivist • 5 days ago
So somebody under a mountain of debt decides to sue someone with money... isnt that special!
The only way to avoid a bottom feeding scumbag lawyer to sue you is to be broke.

We2  Union Lacktivist • 5 days ago
LOL...dude, Singer is a major pedo! Go watch An Open Secret! Everything you need to know about these degenerate Devils!

Just sayin • 5 days ago • edited
Didn’t know Singer was gay, didn’t really pay any attention to him before. Now I can see why he was taken off Bohemian Rhapsody. The producers didn’t want the movie to go in the direction of Elton Johns flop ‘Rocket Man.”

Brian Purcell  Just sayin • 5 days ago
Singer isn't just "Gay", he's a predatory rapist of young boys. Elton probably was as well, but I just want to be sure we're clear on Singer.

Madeline Osborne  Just sayin • 4 days ago
Now that Singer has "paid to have his dirty laundry dry cleaned," will it put him back in Hollywood's good graces?
Now that it's been settled, will it go back to "business as usual???"


All City Groyper • 5 days ago
These f-ggots are a cancer. We need a secession and a degeneracy police. And if voting is going to used to choose our leaders then at a minimum only property owners of somewhat significant acreage should be allowed to vote.

schlaumeier56 • 4 days ago • edited
It was inevitable that Hollywood would find a way to grant passes selectively while simultaneously maintaining a facade of uncompromising moral fervor vis-ΰ-vis #MeToo.

Morgan O'Rourke • 4 days ago
Sounds like the homosexual pedophile Singer got off easy. But being part of the Hollywood Velvet Mafia, he never was going to have to do any jail time. These sick people protect themselves.

Black Panther / Re: Agents of Wakanda series
« on: Yesterday at 04:25:47 pm »
The covers are very vibrant.

Below: I love the loose linework in these inks...

« on: Yesterday at 02:25:49 pm »
Monday, 17th June 2019
White man impersonates officer, attempts traffic stop on I-695

by WBAL (NBC News affiliate)

Maryland State Police arrested a man who authorities said impersonated an officer and attempted to perform traffic stops on I-695.

Police said a trooper observed Timothy Trivett, 54, of Yorktown, Virginia, driving in an aggressive manner around 8:30 p.m. Sunday.

Police said Trivett was trying to stop a gray Honda Accord on the Outer Loop of the Beltway at Greenspring Avenue.

Police said he had flashing blue-and-white lights on his 2012 black-and-white Chevrolet Impala.

"Our trooper followed him until he pulled onto the shoulder and it appeared that he was trying to make a traffic stop," Maryland State Police spokeswoman Elena Russo said.

State police said the trooper pulled behind the Impala and made contact with Trivett, who was wearing what appeared to be police equipment, body armor and a police uniform.

According to charging documents, Trivett was dressed in a dark-blue uniform with patches on the sleeves, an exterior vest with a badge that stated "Special Officer" and a black nylon gun belt.

Police said the gun belt carried three pepper spray containers, an expandable baton, two sets of handcuffs, a knife and two handguns.

Police said they found 20 rounds of ammunition.
"Anybody with a loaded handgun I would believe to be dangerous, particularly if you are a motorist getting pulled over by somebody who is possibly trying to look like a police officer," Russo said.

State police said Trivett's uniform was that of a security guard and that Trivett did not have a carry permit or a security guard license.

"He had no law enforcement credentials," Russo said.

"He was outfitted in what looked like real police garb."

Police said Trivett told the trooper that he activated the lights in his car because someone was tailgating him.

Police said Trivett told the trooper that he was not trying to pull the car over.

Trivett was arrested without incident and charged with impersonating a police officer, as well as multiple handgun charges.

He was taken to the Baltimore County Detention Center and later released on an unsecured bond.

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In The News / Re: White House Ponders new Racial Category
« on: Yesterday at 01:47:47 pm »
...and on the Dark Continent:
Monday, 17th June 2019
Mohamed Morsy, ousted Egyptian president, dies in court
by Magdy Samaan and Kara Fox

Ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy, who was the country's first democratically elected leader, has died.

Morsy, 67, had been on trial Monday for an espionage case when he suffered a heart attack, Egypt's state-run Al Ahram online reported.

Egypt's public prosecution office said in statement that Morsy had been granted a request to speak before the trial ended.

After a five-minute statement, the court adjourned and Morsy was brought back inside a cage inside the court, where he fell unconscious, it said.

Morsy was dead when he arrived to the hospital at 4:50 pm (10:50 a.m. ET).

No apparent injuries were found on his body, according to the statement.

Morsy's lawyer Abdel Moneim Abdel Maqsoud, who is also the lead lawyer for the Muslim Brotherhood, told CNN on Monday that Morsy had closed his statement by quoting a verse of a poem that read:

"My country is dear even if it oppressed me and my people are honorable even if they were unjust to me."

Abdel Maqsoud added that Morsy had not been allowed to see his lawyers or communicate with the outside world or his family and that he was detained in solitary confinement.

On Monday evening, Turkey's president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, reacted to the news, calling Morsy a "brother" and a "martyr," according to state-run news agency Anadolu.

Erdgoan also tweeted about Morsy's death, saying he had "conducted one of the biggest democratic struggles of the history."

A strict Islamist who was educated in southern California, Morsy was voted into power in June 2012 following the 2011 Arab Spring uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak's longstanding rule.
A senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood, Morsy had campaigned on appealing to the broadest possible audience.

But, during his year in power, critics say he became an authoritarian leader who forced through a conservative agenda.

In 2013, Morsy and the political wing of the Muslim Brotherhood movement were ousted in a coup, with the Muslim Brotherhood banned by the government after the military seized power and declared it a terrorist organization.

Roughly 1,000 Egyptians – many of them Morsy supporters – were killed during protests against the military government.

Following his ouster, Morsy was tried en masse with Mohamed Badie – the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood – as well as more than 100 alleged members of the outlawed group, according to state media.

In 2015, he was sentenced to death over a jailbreak during the 2011 uprising and to life in prison on espionage charges after being convicted of conspiring with Palestinian group Hamas, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard and other foreign organizations.

Both of those sentences were widely criticized as political grandstanding.

Morsy was also handed a 25-year prison sentence for leaking state secrets to Qatar, and had received an additional 15-year sentence for other, lesser, charges.

In 2016, Morsy's death sentence and life sentence were overturned.

Last year, in a report from a panel commissioned by Morsy's family and made up of British Parliamentarians said that the conditions of his detention "would constitute cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment," and "could meet the threshold for torture in accordance (with) Egyptian and International law."

The panel wrote that Morsy is receiving inadequate medical care "which is likely to lead to premature death."

On Monday, Human Rights Watch (HRW) called Morsy's death "entirely predictable" accusing the government of failing to allow him adequate medical care while he was in prison.

In a statement on Monday, the Muslim Brotherhood said it held Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi and his regime "accountable for the killing of the elected legitimate president, politically and criminally," and demanded an independent review into the circumstances of Morsy's death.

The group has called for demonstrations outside Egyptian embassies around the world at 10 p.m. local time (4 p.m. ET).

Egyptian state media Al-Ahram reported Monday that Morsy was regularly examined by doctors and "was treated in accordance with the law while in detention."

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Monday, 17th June 2019
U.S. Supreme Court spurns Virginia Republicans in racial gerrymandering case
No Appeals Allowed in lower courts in Virginia
by Lawrence Hurley

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday handed Republican legislators in Virginia a defeat, leaving in place a ruling that invalidated state electoral districts they drew because they weakened the clout of black voters in violation of the U.S. Constitution.

The justices, in a 5-4 decision, sidestepped a ruling on the merits of the case.

They instead found that the Republican-led state House of Delegates lacked the necessary legal standing to appeal a lower court ruling that invalidated 11 state House districts for racial discrimination.

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, a Democrat and the state's top law enforcement official, opposed the appeal and argued that the Republican legislators were not entitled to act on behalf of the state in the case.

The Supreme Court's action let stand a 2018 ruling by a federal three-judge panel that the 11 districts all violated the rights of black voters to equal protection under the law under the U.S. Constitution's 14th Amendment.

The state's House of Delegates "lacks authority to displace Virginia's attorney general as representative of the state," Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote for the court's majority.

"In short, Virginia would rather stop than fight on.

One house of its bicameral legislature cannot alone continue the litigation against the will of its partners in the legislative process," Ginsburg added.

The case involved a hot topic for the Supreme Court:

a practice called gerrymandering involving the manipulation of electoral district boundaries to marginalize a certain set of voters and increase the influence of others.

In this case, the Republican legislators were accused of racial gerrymandering to disadvantage black voters.

In two other major cases from Maryland and North Carolina, the justices are considering whether courts can curb gerrymandering aimed at purely partisan advantage.

They are due to rule in those cases by the end of this month.

At issue in the Virginia case was the state legislative map drawn by Republicans after the 2010 national census.

The new map is already being used.

Since the Virginia maps that were challenged in the case were drawn, Democrats have made gains in Virginia in both state and federal elections.

The current governor, Ralph Northam, and attorney general, Mark Herring, both are Democrats.

Northam has been involved in a racial controversy of his own this year after a racist photo from his 1984 medical school yearbook page surfaced.

Like other U.S. southern states, Virginia has a complicated racial history dating back to the era of slavery.

The voters who brought the legal challenge accused Republicans of packing black voters into certain state House districts to diminish their voting power and make surrounding districts more white and more likely to support Republicans.

Democrats have accused the acting-president's fellow Republicans in Virginia and other states of crafting such legislative maps in a way that crams black and other minority voters, who tend to favor Democratic candidates, into certain districts in order to reduce their overall sway in the state.

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« on: Yesterday at 12:24:14 pm »


Much, much better.   :)
Would this be T'Challa & Storm as young adults?   I ask because of Ororo's acceptance to Xavier's School of the Gifted.

Can you write a scene that takes place in America, at Xavier's School of the Gifted, right after Ororo's acceptance letter was sent?   

What's going on over there?


The Post has never done anything such as this in recent times.

It's because the Post supports the fraud inside the Executive's Mansion.

It's an election year and the newspaper is attempting to stave off any political cartoon criticism of the fraud as political cartoonists have eating well off his stank hind part for the last 2 and half years.

With all due respect, Lyte is not in the same UNIVERSE as Elliot in terms of songwriting hits.

You're absolutely correct 'cause MC LYTE is a celestial earth compared to Missy's skills.

I only know of maybe... 1 - 2 Missy Elliot songs, whereas, I know maybe 2 - 3 classic albums of MC LYTE.

Vox Populi / Re: Yet Another State Wants To Legalize Marijuana
« on: June 16, 2019, 03:46:31 pm »
Sunday, 16th June 2019
Virginia AG calls for state to legalize marijuana
by Associated Press

(RICHMOND, Va.) — Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring is calling for the legalization of marijuana.

Herring said Saturday that Virginia should start decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana and eventually legalize the drug.

The Democratic attorney general said criminal prosecutions are costly to the state and local governments and disproportionately affect African Americans.

Herring made the remarks in an op-ed in the Daily Press and in comments to reporters at a Democratic fundraiser in Richmond.

Herring's announcement won't have any practical impact on marijuana prosecutions, which are typically handled at the local level.

But Herring said he hopes his public support for legalization will help spur lawmakers to act.

The Republican-controlled General Assembly has killed past efforts to decriminalize marijuana.

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Latest Flicks / Re: X-Men: Dark Phoenix
« on: June 16, 2019, 02:50:23 pm »
The movie was blah... No emotional impact whatsoever. The villains were like, huh, wha?.  I almost put the Last Stand ahead this movie.  They said, they had rewrites everyday---I can believe it.

I don't think they were any closer to the original story than Last Stand.


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Latest Flicks / Re: X-Men: Dark Phoenix
« on: June 16, 2019, 02:40:18 pm »
I'm not sure what you mean when it comes to consistency with the other Marvel films. You are no doubt well-aware that the X-Men films are outside the MCU. And they are no more consistent than the films with Blade, Fantastic Four, Spider-Man (Maguire and Garfield), Daredevil, Elektra, Ghost Rider, Punisher, or even Howard the Duck for that matter. Now, if you mean, consistency in terms of quality, that's an argument there. However, X-Men has had some pretty well-received/well-regarded films (Logan, Days of Future Past, X2: X-Men United, First Class, Deadpool I & II, and I would argue the first X-Men film). And the MCU owes a big debt to the original X-Men film.

The bolded text are the X-Men movies I missed upon theatrical release.  These movies are fun to watch on cable when nothing else is 'on the air' but I wouldn't go into a movie theatre to see them.  To be honest, I haven't even seen them on cable.  :-\

The 'Dark Phoenix' story should been the series finale when the first X-Men movie was in development, however, when a narcissistic child molester posing as a movie director who knows nothing of the comicbook series is assigned for the project, the golden opportunity is a total loss. 

The X-Men movies do not have the episodic quality fans of MARVEL have come to expect compared to The Avengers, Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, Ant-Man, Spider-Man, Black Panther, Guardians of the Galaxy, Hulk and Captain Marvel which is ironic because The Uncanny X-Men was one of the more popular titles that lured kids into comicbooks back-in-th'-day, if memory serves.


You answered your own questions.     

However, it was a film that didn't need to be made, especially if Fox wasn't going to devote the time and money to get it right.

« on: June 16, 2019, 01:21:44 pm »
Saturday, 15th June 2019
Judge in upstate New York dies after a heart attack on the bench
"Judge not, that you be not judged. For with the judgment you pronounce you will be judged, and with the measure you use it will be measured to you." (Matthew 7:1-2)
by Harmeet Kaur and Monica Haider

A judge in upstate New York died after suffering a heart attack in his courtroom.

Putnam County Court Judge James Reitz had just finished a case on the bench Friday morning when he asked a court officer for help.

"They were getting ready to call the next case when Reitz said to the court officer that was with him, 'John, I think I need you to help me here,'" Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell told CNN.

Reitz then collapsed.

The officer performed CPR on the judge until he was taken by ambulance to the hospital, Odell said.

The hospital worked on him for about 30 to 45 minutes before he was pronounced dead.

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Latest Flicks / Re: X-Men: Dark Phoenix
« on: June 16, 2019, 12:36:05 pm »

Didn't read the article(s), however, what I do know is that when a high budget project such as this requires re-shoots, that usually means the movie is in trouble.

The casting appears lackluster.

The X-Men movies does not seem consistent with the other MARVEL movies.

Long time fans of X-Men are very disenchanted & have expressed disappointment by the online appalling personalities of the original authors of the 'Dark Phoenix' story; talkin' 'bout you, chris & byrne.

That is just the initial impressions of why the movie dropped in interest without any tangible information and I seriously doubt it was because of "superhero fatigue".

For me, it was 'X-Men: First Class' that completely turned me off to the whole series; A few nice scenes introducing Zoe Kravitz's character but the story wasn't as ambitious as it should have been.

« on: June 16, 2019, 12:07:45 pm »
Monday, 10th June 2019
White Woman Stabs Husband



Kristy Linton WIlliams is a trainer in Panama Metropolis Seaside, Florida, who smiled in her mugshot after police say she stabbed her husband a number of instances.

Kristy Linton Williams is a Florida lady and elementary college trainer who’s accused of stabbing her husband a number of instances at their residence in Panama Seaside Metropolis, police say.

Williams smiled in her mugshot after her arrest on aggravated home battery costs.

She was carrying a T-Shirt that claims, “Expensive dad and mom, tag … you’re it! Love, academics,” on the time of her arrest.

Willams, a 43-year-old trainer, mom and spouse, was arrested early Monday morning on the condominium she shares together with her husband, Shawn Williams.

She stays in custody.

Shawn Williams was hospitalized Monday with non-life-threatening accidents, in keeping with the Panama Metropolis Seaside Police.

He’s anticipated to make a full restoration, police stated.

Williams works as a trainer at Hutchinson Seaside Elementary College within the Bay District Colleges system.

It was not clear if Williams has employed an legal professional who might converse on her behalf.

Shawn Williams, her husband, couldn’t be reached for remark.

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