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III Bones Outside Feta

III Bones Organic Band Excites Ocala Music Scene

Word is spreading fast about III Bones, a new spirit-breathing, organic band launched this year in Ocala, Fla. Call III Bone’s music “Jivanmukta”—an enlightened state:  assimilation of self-knowledge and liberation of spirit while living in human physical form. III Bones is performing gigs from Gainesville to Orlando, as well as Marion County venues. We tuned […]
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Justin Bieber Performing

The Biebster Bares Himself for Charity

On vacation in a tropical paradise or in a hospital bed, Justin Bieber has found no limitations on how to spread his pecs —and the importance of charity — to his huge army of pubescent fangirl zombies. He’s even dared to dance his high-tops right along the edges of puritan decency for the sake of […]
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Hello. Yes, this is dog.

Memevolution

The concept of the Internet  meme is not exactly new by modern standards. The dancing baby developed by Character Studio, for example, was the first explosive Internet sensation. Developed in 1996, this CGI sensation enjoyed a large amount of popularity, particularly after it was featured in the television series Ally McBeal. However, we have been […]
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SEAL Team Six Promo

“SEAL Team Six” Debuts on National Geographic Channel

“Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama bin Laden” is an action feature film scheduled for broadcast on the National Geographic Channel Nov. 4. No matter how it figures into the bitter pre-election debates in the political blogosphere, NGC’s decision to air the movie just two days before the election is ingenious from a marketing […]
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Horshack being...Horshack!

Horshack Dies at 63

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla., Aug. 14 — Actor, director and instructor Ron Palillo, best known for his role as Arnold Horshack on the 1970s sitcom “Welcome Back, Kotter” died  early Tuesday at his home in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. He apparently suffered a heart attack said Karen Poindexter, a close friend. Palillo was unable to […]
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Bella and Edward of Twilight

Twilight: Your Daughters Will Suck

Ever since Twilight first hit bookshelves in 2005, it soon manifested into a mass-marketing, best-selling, and heart-capturing phenomenon for teenage girls to flock to. Twilight blew up the charts of popular, young-adult literature, and was soon compared to Harry Potter in terms of its popularity and the influence its characters had on its readers. Twilight […]
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