month : 09/2011 104 results

So funny!!!! ehmzee: nigga please. 

Awww! I love this! heartshapedlips: poorlydressedhipster: OMG CUTEST THING EVER!!!!“Daddy! ...

Conspiracy Theory: Disney, the CIA and mind control programming of child stars

Thanks to Mr. Bobbie Bloomfield from Does it offend you, yeah? I've found this amazing article about the mind control attempts of Mickey Mouse and his friends:
Mickey's mind control The latest photo shoots of young TV and music stars reveal some sort of obsession with Mickey Mouse accessories. And there's definitely no danger of running out of these pictures anytime soon. Tons of them appear in the media every week. Lady Gaga and Beyonce's "Telephone" video clip feature scenes where they're wearing Mickey Mouse hats, sunglasses and minnie mouse trademark lips. Selena Gomez's "Kiss and Tell" album cover features her with Minnie Mouse lips. It has been claimed that Mickey Mouse ears or designs often occultly refer to mind control. According to Wikipedia encyclopedia, The Mickey Mouse Club is an American variety television show that began in 1955, produced by Walt Disney Productions and televised by the ABC, featuring a regular but ever-changing cast of teenage performers. The Mickey Mouse Club was created by Walt Disney. The series has been revived, reformatted and reimagined several times since its initial 1955-1959 run on ABC. ...

Linkin Park Get Bad Reviews For Bangkok & Singapore


Just found these two not so great reviews about Linkin Park's show in Thailand, which was delayed due to heavy rain and had bassist Dave Farrell too sick to play the show, and their concert at the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Singapore:. Edit: Totally forgot to add that you should definitely stay tuned for some fan reviews from those shows, cause they will be quite different! ;-) AsiaOne's Review:
WHAT: Linkin Park Live VENUE: 2011 SingTel Singapore Grand Prix, Padang stage ATTENDANCE: 50,000 WHEN: Sunday night Hate to say it, but Linkin Park might do well with a reboot in the concert department. Honestly, Sunday's show made one feel as though the American rock band could put on a full show in their sleep - and this isn't necessarily a good thing. Since they first gained international success in 2000 with debut album Hybrid Theory, the Grammy-winning sextet have toured heavily, most recently in support of their album A Thousand Suns (2010)....