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Deathstalker III: The Warriors From Hell

Posted by phil blankenship, June 24, 2008 05:12pm | Post a Comment
Deathstalker III Warriors From Hell  Deathstalker 3 Video

Deathstalker III Movie Description
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Rebellion!

Posted by Gomez Comes Alive!, June 24, 2008 09:34am | Post a Comment
Come and join us for a night of rebellious music -- Dance floor Afro-Beat, Reggae, Hip-Hop, Salsa & Cumbia classics, all with messages of freedom and rebellion. Amoeba employees Gazoo (Edwin), Askari (Eric) and myself will be on the turntables with Ray Ricky Rivera as our host. Special guest will be East Los Angeles Reggae En Español band Umoverde.

All of this for only five bucks!

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The Scene
806 E. Colorado St.
Glendale, California
Cost: $5

magic and chance

Posted by Mr. Chadwick, June 23, 2008 12:00pm | Post a Comment






Jennifer

Posted by phil blankenship, June 23, 2008 12:19am | Post a Comment
Jennifer Horror Video Starring Lisa Pelikan 



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GEORGE CARLIN R.I.P.

Posted by Billyjam, June 22, 2008 11:23pm | Post a Comment

George Carlin
died earlier today (June 22, 2008) in Los Angeles. He was 71 years old. The truly unique and always outspoken American comedian/social commentator/actor, who had a history of heart problems, died of  heart failure at St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica at approx 6PM today. 

Unlike so many comedians who tend to tone down their act as the years slip by or as they become more famous & widely accepted, George Carlin consistently kept his work  on the edge by always being brutally honest and darkly satirical as he routinely tackled such targets as religion, culture, politics, and the hypocrisies of America.

The ever anti-establishment Carlin will probably be best remembered for "The Seven Words You Can Never Say on TV" routine of his (found on his Class Clown album) in which he tested the limits and challenged the government regulated words that dared not be uttered on television (or the radio).

In 1972 in Milwaukee at a show Carlin did this routine, uttering those seven "dirty" words from the stage, resulting in his arrest for disturbing the peace. The same routine, when played on American radio, led to the 1978 Supreme Court ruling upholding the government's authority to sanction stations for broadcasting offensive language.

Personally, I loved everything he ever did that I got my hands on: records, books and filmed performances-- three video clips of which are included below. One is the aforementioned "The Seven Words You Can Never Say On TV" from a 1978 concert. Another is the wonderful "Modern Man" from more recent years, in which he does an inspired piece about modern technology (great for mixing over beats because of its poetic flow) and another amazing recent piece - the no-holds-barred "America Is Tyranny" in which Carlin tells it like it really is today in the messed up United States of America.

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