Tuesday, October 9, 2012

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Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Tom Cruise

I am so glad that Katie Holmes finally smartened up and got away from Scientology.  She doesn't want that religion brainwashing her daughter.  I live near Clearwater, FL  You can see this in many Scientology videos on youtube.  I have passed their buildings.  They have prime real estate.  They're 2 blocks or so near Clearwater Beach.  These people are nuts.  If you're near their buildings, they take photos of you and videos.  They follow you wherever you go.  They'll go up to your house, all the time filming this.  They bombard you with boxes of Scientology materials everyday.

Katie was young when she married him.  She fell in love.  She wasn't thinking straight.  They had a child.  I hope Katie wins sole custody.  I knew this would happen someday.  Go to youtube to see what she's fighting.  These people are sick and stupid.  And Tom Cruise is a jerk and living inside a sci fi film from the '50's.  This photo is for education on this site and is not for anything else.

Thursday, June 14, 2012

From ABC News: Children of the Famous: Cameron Douglas got 5 year sentence  (Above, Mugshot)

In 2010, Cameron Douglas, the only son of actor Michael Douglas and Diandra Douglas, was sentenced to five years in prison for pleading guilty to selling bulk quantities of methamphetamine and cocaine at Manhattan's upscale Hotel Gansevoort in 2009. His father, the Oscar-winning actor, pleaded for his son to get less jail time and ultimately got his wish. In a five-page letter to the judge, Michael Douglas wrote that his son had been in and out of rehab since he was 13, and Douglas blamed his family's history of addiction as well as his own fame and that of his father Kirk Douglas for his son's difficulty in finding his own way. He added, "Cameron grew up a single child in a bad marriage."

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

John Lennon and the Beatles wrote a song for Brian Epstein.  It was called "Baby You're a Rich Fag Jew.  That was the exact title.  But they changed it to "Baby You're a Rich Man Too.  I don't know if this was written before or after Brian Epstein's death.  John took it very hard.  But it was his way to turn cynical about everything, especially through a song.

According to one book, Brian Epstein was in the hospital for a rest.  He was very depressed.  Maybe because the Beatles were breaking up and made few appearances.  One day a friend walked in with a huge bouquet of flowers.  Brian looked at it and read its card.  It was from John Lennon.  It read, "You know I love you.  I really do."  Epstein started sobbing uncontrollably.  He may have needed medication, but he was in the hospital to detox.  And I believe the song "You Better Hide Your Love Away" (1965) --was in fact a song John wrote about Brian Epstein.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

This is a heavy week for celebrities.  Read about John Travolta.  It's been said that he is gay and thought Scientology would cure him of that.  That's why he went there.  He's still a Scientologist, but I bet he wishes he wasn't.  This comes from The Daily Beast and is published here for research purposes on celebrities.



"John Travolta’s Masseur Lawsuits Follow Rumors of a Double Life

Hollywood star John Travolta has been accused of sexual assault in lawsuits filed by two male masseurs. But questions about the actor’s sex life have circulated for years, reports Marlow Stern.

News of an incredibly graphic $2 million lawsuit by a “John Doe” masseur against John Travolta, which broke Monday, may have come as a surprise to some fans of the actor, who projects an image of a smiling heartthrob on-screen and an adoring family man off.
In the suit, filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, an unnamed male masseur accuses the 58-year-old Pulp Fiction star of sexual assault, sexual battery, and intentional infliction of emotional distress, saying Travolta came on to him several times during a massage session at the Beverly Hills Hotel in January. And on Tuesday, a second “John Doe” masseur, represented by the same attorney, filed another $2 million sexual-assault suit against Travolta, claiming “substantial documentation and numerous witnesses regarding the substance of Travolta’s actions.” Travolta’s lawyer has denied both men’s accusations, saying of the new suit, “This second ‘anonymous’ claim is just as absurd and ridiculous as the first one.”
For anyone who’s been following Travolta’s life off-screen, however, rumors of a sexual preference for men have persisted for years.
On May 8, 1990, The National Enquirer ran a cover story describing an alleged affair between Travolta and Paul Barresi, a gay-porn star. According to Barresi, the two met in 1982, after the actor allegedly followed him into the shower room of a Los Angeles health club, and the relationship lasted for two years. Barresi reportedly received $100,000 from the Enquirer for his Travolta story, but retracted it several months later under what he later alleged was legal pressure from Travolta’s attorneys. While Barresi is not the most credible of witnesses, having inserted himself into several high-profile celebrity scandals over the years, he did snag a speaking role in the 1985 Travolta film Perfect.
Actor John Travolta attends the ninth Annual TV Land Awards at the Javits Center in New York City, April 10, 2011 (Larry Busacca / Getty Images)
Travolta married actress Kelly Preston in 1991. The wedding came just a year after Barresi’s claims against Travolta, as well as the news that Preston had broken off her engagement to Charlie Sheen when he accidentally shot her in the arm. Despite Travolta’s newlywed status—and the birth of their first son, Jett, in 1992—the spa allegations persisted in the tabloids. According to a story published by Yahoo! News, Travolta was banned from a Los Angeles country club and a major hotel chain in the early ’90s over his alleged penchant for hitting on men in shower rooms.
Since 1975, Travolta has been a practitioner of Scientology. In 1950, Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard published a book called Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, which classified homosexuals as “the sexual pervert.” The following year, Hubbard’s 1951 Handbook for Preclears delivers instructions to Dianeticists on how to “cure” homosexuality by breaking the subject’s mental fixation on a dominant parent of the opposite sex. In a New Yorker profile of director and former Scientologist Paul Haggis published last year, Haggis spoke about his decision to leave the church after 35 years, blaming its support of Prop 8 in California, as well as the heckling his gay daughter received by fellow members.
Said Carrie Fisher in 2010: “My feeling about John has always been that we know and we don’t care. Look, I’m sorry that he’s uncomfortable with it, and that’s all I can say.”
In 1998 a Beverly Hills artist named Michael Pattinson filed a 166-page complaint against Travolta and the Church of Scientology, alleging the actor helped the church deceive him into thinking it could turn him straight. Pattinson alleged that he “reasonably relied upon” Travolta’s marriage to Preston as evidence that “Scientology processing and courses would ‘handle’ my own homosexuality,” the New York Daily News reported.
The rumors surrounding Travolta seemed to die down around the time his and Preston’s daughter, Ella Bleu, was born in 2000. Then, in 2006, The National Enquirer published a picture of Travolta embracing and kissing a man on the mouth as the two descended the steps of his private jet. The man was later identified as Jeff Kathrein, one of the Travolta family’s two nannies who, in 2009, would be the one to discover the body of Travolta’s son, Jett, after he died from a seizure.
Actress Carrie Fisher, who doesn’t pull too many punches, said of Travolta in a 2010 interview with The Advocate: “I mean, my feeling about John has always been that we know and we don’t care. Look, I’m sorry that he’s uncomfortable with it, and that’s all I can say. It only draws more attention to it when you make that kind of legal fuss. Just leave it be.”'

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The spread of bad behaviour in the theatre (& a theatre that fails to police it)

I’m not often driven to rage in the theatre, but at Friday’s opening of Robert Wilson’s production of Philip Glass’s Einstein on the Beach at the Barbican Theatre I found my patience sorely tested, and I not only reached breaking point, I actually snapped.
The amazing show — part art installation, part minimalist musical meditation, part dance spectacle — is an endurance test to begin with, not least on the bladder, even though a technical breakdown at a clearly shockingly under-prepared Barbican meant an unscheduled break afforded a pee break in the five hour show that is meant to run continuously without an interval.
But at Friday’s performance, there were further trials brought about by the behaviour of the audience, and in particular, one person in the middle of the same row as me, who persistently took flash photographs throughout the performance. It was as blatant and unashamed as could be; she held up the camera and simply flashed away.
At the end of the show, I asked the usher (who had been stationed at the end of my row throughout the performance but had utterly failed to police it) to summons the house manager, so I could point out the offender; but no one materialised. So I confronted the offender myself, going into full Patti LuPone ‘who do you think you are?’ mode as I did so — and receiving a few cheers as the exiting audience babble died down enough for my declaration ‘You stupid woman’ to be heard by everyone around me.
It was only as I was exiting the theatre myself that someone told me exactly who the person thought she was: Bianca Jagger. Who, I was also told, had already been asked to stop by those around her. But clearly she was above it all.
I eventually found the Barbican’s venue manager Fred McDonald, who at first denied being responsible for the house management (though if he wasn’t responsible, who was?), and then insisted that he did know about the problem already — and that she had been spoken to during the earlier break, but he couldn’t be everywhere. However, an usher was in the house and in the same row throughout the performance — but hadn’t acted, either. As it is, too, it shouldn’t have been up to me to remonstrate with her — that’s his job, not mine.
Once I got home, I took to Twitter to express my frustration, and found a lot of support from people who had been similarly affected, some of whom reported also speaking up. But I also caught short by being accused of something even more disturbing: someone who found that those protesting the problem had, in his opinion, caused more disruption that the disruption itself.
“Sorry but those shouting at others to stop taking photos - ie, YOU - were making more of a disruption than the photographers,” someone called Igor Toronyi-Lalic tweeted, whose twitter profile says he’s a music/arts writer for The Times, Telegraph and theartsdesk.com. And he went on to say, “Much more offensive than flash photography are the loud mouth arseholes who shout out ‘STOP TAKING PHOTOS’.”
Actually, that wasn’t me — I didn’t shout anything till afterwards. But never mind: when I in turn posted that I was “amazed that a so-called arts journalist “@igortoronyi is suggesting that trying to prevent photography was more disruptive than offender,” he replied, “Yeah I am! Mouthy complainers disrupted my Minimalism mini-fest in same way. What’s your beef with flash photography?” And then, for good measure, added, “You can’t ALL be epileptic.”
Leaving aside the casual slur on epilepsy, I became genuinely curious how he could maintain that photography is not disruptive, and asked him by twitter direct message. This is not on a public timeline, so I can’t link to his replies, but here’s how the conversation went:

@shentonstage: Do I have to explain why flash photography RUINS the perf for those around you? Really??
@igortoronyi: Yeah I’m sorry you totally do. It’s NEVER bothered me.
@shentonstage: OK, if you don’t get that its disruptive, I can’t get that it’s NOT! As a matter of interest, how do you feel about people texting/surfing web during theatre? Presumably you don’t find that disruptive either?
@igortoronyi: I have a problem with excess. But a few photos, a few tweets. Who cares?
I have subsequently checked his twitter timeline, and it turns out that he actually live tweeted during the show after its breakdown, reporting,”Shambles here at the Barbican. Show’s restarted without half audience.”
It’s a pity that the half that remained, though, included Bianca Jagger. And in her own public tweet timeline, she insisted in a reply to someone who complained about her behaviour, “You are making allegations without proof, many around me where taking pic. It’s not a crime 2 take pic during curtain call.” Which isn’t, in fact, what she was doing: I had seen her taking pictures regularly throughout the show with my own eyes!
And then she played the victim, a classic defence move, replying in turn: “Do u approve of the abusive behaviour of the man who pushed me around & insulted me at the theatre last night? Without proof.” For the record, I did not touch her. At all. I will, however, freely admit to deliberately insulting her. I’m glad she so obviously heard it.
I have also written to the Barbican’s managing director Nicholas Kenyon, director of programming Louise Jeffreys and head of theatre Toni Racklin regarding what happened. Jeffreys has already responded to promise a full investigation into the front-of-house issues. I await it with interest.
As for the technical problems, it seems like they were fixed by the second performance. How do I know? Igor Toronyi-Lalic went back for more — and tweeted on Saturday night, “Well they sure turned it around. Night two of @EinsteinBeach and all major glitches have been erased. A fantastic performance.” And no Bianca Jagger taking photographs either, presumably. Not that he would have noticed if there was…. unless someone disrupted his own “minimalism mini-fest” by daring to complain about it.

4/30/2012 12:50 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
Natalie Wood's Daughter
Busted for Coke, Heroin
After Blowout Fight
Courtney WagnerNatalie Wood's daughter with Robert Wagner was arrested this week for coke and heroin possession -- after a nasty fight with someone in her house ... a fight that led to a gunshot.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, cops were called to the Malibu home of 38-year-old Courtney Wagner last Sunday -- when someone heard a woman screaming ... followed by a gunshot.

When officers arrived, we're told Courtney was found in possession of cocaine and heroin. She was arrested on suspicion of felony drug possession.

The other person involved in the argument -- a male -- was placed under arrest for negligent discharge of a firearm. We're told nobody was injured.

Courtney has since posted $10,000 bail. It's unclear if the other person is still in custody.

Calls to Courtney were not returned."

-------This is what happens when your father kills your mother and gets away with it.

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