Posted on 16 April 2017.
I mean, it was really, really ugly. There was abuse, rampant phobias, and a lot of really ugly situations.
Luckily we can break it down in under 4-minutes, and with a vengeance. Please to enjoy and make your voice heard in the comments below.
Hate it? Give it a thumbs-down, that’s understandable. I’m sad you feel that way, since I spent so much time making this, but that’s okay too. Read the full story
Posted in Internets Tubes, Talky Pictures
Posted on 17 November 2010.
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (Glossy News) — The rights for the 1954 movie Seven Brides for Seven Brothers , long ago lost, have fallen into Public Domain. As such, it can be remade or have its title used by anyone without having to pay any royalties to the original writer or production company. Seven different film producers are scrambling to see that their movie is the first to hit the big screen.
The original movie tells the story of the Pontipee brothers, who kidnap a group of girls to become their wives. As they live in backwoods Oregon in the 1850’s, and an avalanche traps them on their farm on the other side of a mountain range, the girls cannot be rescued and fall in love with their kidnappers before their fathers get to them. Read the full story
Posted in Human Interest, Talky Pictures
Posted on 15 April 2010.
Des Plains, IL (GlossyNews) — A Park Ridge, IL wedding party turned to disaster when an iPhone user died and three more suffered minor burns after the man inadvertently opened a volatile combination of iPhone apps. Ray Lipton, 35, of Elmhurst was pronounced dead at the scene.
“Ray was showing me his new ‘Gas Pump’ app and it seemed to be working fine until the pump started overfilling the gas tank,” Tanya Damperling, Lipton’s date, sobbed as she recalled the terrible accident.
“There was gas all over the place and Ray was doing his best to turn the pump off, but the ‘Drop your cigarette and squash it with your foot’ app opened up instead. Read the full story
Posted in Gadgets & Gizmos