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Name: Miles Archer
Gender: Male
Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 07:49 PM
Number of posts: 18,497

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Chris Christie pledges to bite a hole on your face like DeNiro in Cape Fear if you vote for him

Breaking, so no link yet. But he will. He just said so. On TV. Really.

Posted by Miles Archer | Wed Jul 1, 2015, 05:26 PM (1 replies)

Why Johnny Ringo...you look like someone walked across your grave. Starring Peter King as Johnny.

I'm not sure I fullly agree with Chris Christie's choice of a campaign song...

I don't think you ready for this jelly
I don't think you ready for this jelly
I don't think you ready for this
Cause my body too bootylicious for ya babe

BWAHAHA! The NBC Peacock just GANKED the GOP's "Flock Of Seagulls" contender.


Breaking News: NBC is ending its business relationship with Donald J. Trump due to his "recent derogatory statements" regarding immigrants.

The network will no longer carry the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants.

NAME a musician / band that's vanished, fallen off the face of the Earth, that YOU like and MISS.

Deceased performers are disqualified. You don't miss them in THIS post because they died. You miss them because they are still alive and not performing or recording.


Watch this vid and describe Kanye West's "performance" of "Bohemian Rhapsody" in ONE WORD.


Glen Campbell's Daughter Ashley Details Dad's Declining Health

Glen Campbell's Daughter Ashley Details Dad's Declining Health


On Sunday, June 28th at 9:00 p.m. ET, CNN will exclusively broadcast the profoundly moving documentary film, Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me, a revealing look back at the phenomenal career of Campbell, who went from in-demand L.A. session guitarist to pop-country superstar around the world thanks to such iconic hits as "Gentle on My Mind," "Galveston" and "Rhinestone Cowboy." Among his fellow performers who comment on Campbell's influence are Keith Urban, Vince Gill, Kathy Mattea, Brad Paisley, John Carter Cash, Sheryl Crow, Blake Shelton, Taylor Swift, Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney and U2 guitarist The Edge. Campbell's final recording, "I'm Not Gonna Miss You," won a Grammy for Best Country Song earlier this year. Campbell and the song's co-writer, Julian Raymond, were also nominated for an Oscar for the emotional tune.

Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me is a heartbreaking but celebratory document of the musician's final album and his Goodbye Tour, which expanded from a five-week trek to 151 sold-out shows in an 18-month period, yet at its core, the film bravely details the Campbell family's coming to grip with the Alzheimer's diagnosis, as the performer's children, including Ashley, Shannon and Cal, who were members of his touring band, rally together in support of their dad, just as the Country Music Hall of Fame member's fans and friends have done, especially since his diagnosis was first revealed.

"It's a great way to get the message out there," Campbell's daughter, Ashley Campbell, tells Rolling Stone Country of I'll Be Me. "The film is definitely not what you think of when you think of a documentary about Alzheimer's. I think the beauty of it is that my dad is such a personable person. He's so charismatic and funny and just real, and it really shines through in this film. He puts a real human face on this disease that a lot of people are dealing with that we don't really hear about it a lot in the media. That's the conversation we're hoping to start, that it's real and it happens to people we love and that we need to personalize it."

Included in the film is a historic stop in Washington, D.C., during which the Campbell family testified before Congress, lobbying members for more research funding for a cure and meeting with House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-California) and Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health.

Hmmm...lets' see. Googling Rick Santorum. I wonder if he has a sad over that gay thing.


Rick Santorum blasts Supreme Court’s gay marriage ruling as ‘based on a lie’

DENVER — Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum said Friday that the Supreme Court’s decision in favor of same-sex marriage is “based on a lie,” namely that the only argument against such unions is a hatred of gays.

The court’s Friday decision said in effect that “the only reason you could possibly oppose changing marriage laws in America is because you hate people of the same sex who want to marry. But that’s not true,” Mr. Santorum told the crowd Friday night at the Western Conservative Summit.

“It’s a decision based on a lie. It’s a decision based on fundamental untruths,” Mr. Santorum said. “And yet it is the law of the land.”

“We are now faced not just with a society that’s going to say and is saying that marriage has nothing to do with children,” Mr. Santorum said. “That’s the impact of this decision. Marriage has nothing to do with children.”


CATCHPHRASE GAME! Invent YOUR OWN Schwarzenegger / Willis / Eastwood / Etc. movie catch phrase.

Inspired by one I did last week for a Facebook friend who is an actor. I made up a scenario about a little-seen action film from the early 80s which re-cast Fred "Mr. Rogers" Rogers as an action hero. Movie was called "Won't You Be My Neighbor...and DIE?," and the catch phrase he used as he blew away the bad guys in a hail of bullets was "I said we're all OUT of tuna, Mom!"

OK, your turn.

MC Dirtbag.


DMX was arrested on charges of unpaid child support just prior to a New York concert Friday night. The rapper was reportedly on his way to the Masters of Ceremony performance at Radio City Music Hall when New York Sheriff deputies apprehended DMX, acting on multiple arrest warrants, chiefly one issued by an Erie County, New York judge. DMX was ultimately forced to miss the concert, which also featured appearances by Mase, Rakim, Shabba Ranks, Pete Rock, the Lox and others.

A spokesperson for the sheriff's office later told PIX 11 that DMX was actually taken into custody for "several issues outstanding." In addition to the $400,000 in child support that the rapper owed in Erie County, an arrest warrant out of White Plains, New York cited the rapper for bail jumping. Another arrest warrant, this time from Yonkers, accused DMX of being an aggravated unlicensed motor vehicle operator. Lastly, there was also a complaint against DMX stemming from an April 5th robbery at a Newark, New Jersey gas station.

In the latter case, the rapper was named as a suspect in the Newark robbery after a 21-year-old man accused a member of DMX's entourage of pointing a gun and demanding the victim's money. The victim alleges that DMX himself snatched the $3,200 out of his hand and then fled into one of four black Escalades (DMX also performed a concert in New Jersey that night). No criminal charges were filed in that incident, The Washington Post reports.

The arrest is the latest legal issue to befall the "Who We Be" rapper. In the past decade, DMX has faced charges of animal cruelty, dog fighting, drug possession, weapons possession, reckless driving, driving under the influence and numerous probation infractions. Page Six reports that the rapper was bailed out after his Friday night arrest.
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