Man goes through 'anomalies' involving flight 157
Game Time Play Time switches things up this week, with host Flitz Ricketts getting hyped for Rockstar's allegedly massive Grand Theft Auto V, and discussing Star Wars: The Old Republic's new free-to-play status.
Hitting headlines today for an alleged nude photo scandal, a Canadian website posted a photo said to be Miley Cyrus in the buff taken with her iPhone camera.
A popular Russian newspaper has launched a campaign to find a mother who allegedly used five of her own kids to make child pornography. The Tvoy Den tabloid says the woman took the children, aged between one and twelve, to a studio where they were abused on camera. The paper is offering a reward to find the woman.
This video confirms that the allegations by employees of a BlockBuster movie-rental store in Mexico are real.
The strange things that occur there late at night, include touching on the back of the neck, blows of breath into ears and the flickering of lights.
A Clipshow Of Alleged Ghost
Here is actual footage of Hustler's Sarah Palin parody - Who's Nailin' Paylin? In this scene she holds a press conference trying to deny allegations that she and some Russians did some very bad things.
Baba cheating with lingam : Sai Baba allowed an unprecedented live broadcast in the Indian subcontinent of his so-called 'lingodbhava' (bringing the egg-like ellipsoidal object out of his mouth after what looks like a painful process of 'regurgitation'). However, one can most clearly see that NO lingam actually emerged at all - view the most important fragment of the clip in slow motion - this year. Instead there was a small spurt of yellowish vomit, which was later claimed to be the lingam in liquid golden form!
A film clip of the 'actual emergence' has been posted on the internet by devotees. One can pause the video and examine each frame separately to analyse the movements. (View the film clip on kingdomofsai.org, Baba vomitted spurt two times, only the last time with the handkerchief was filmed.). From before the alleged 'emergence', SSB is clearly seen to be holding something just about the size of the lingam inside the towel between the thumb and forefinger of his right hand! Now what on earth could that be, one wonders? After the vomit, he lets go of what he was holding in secret and fumbles to extract it with his right hand, taking the lingam from under the towel just where it was being held earlier, and we see a rather confused look of resignation cross his features.
It’s not been the first time that the entertainment industry is witnessing such trials. Its been into existence since 80’s. Starts like Madhur Bhandarkar, Anupam Kher, Jackie dada, Aditya Pancholi, Rajesh Khanna and more have been a part of such kind of trails either in rape cases or molestations cases. To know more on who’s alleged for what….take a sneak peek!
Area 51 - Alien Interview area 51 and UFO'S! Area 51: The Alien Interview fuels the debate a... (more)
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Area 51: The Alien Interview fuels the debate as to whether aliens are authentic and seek contact with humankind. Area 51 is a top-secret underground military base in the middle of Nevada whose existence government officials long denied. Some believe Area 51 is the center of the U.S. government's clandestine UFO research. Edwards Air Force Base, famous as a test center for classified aircraft and other exotic weapons, controls the strange site. Area 51: The Alien Interview features footage allegedly smuggled out of Area 51 by a mysterious character known only as Victor. Taken through a one-way mirror, the footage depicts an alien creature being questioned by a United States general and his telepathic aide. Viewers will decide for themselves whether this striking film is a true documentation of government efforts to communicate with aliens or ... Sean David Morton was instrumental in bringing this film to the public along with many other projects.. He is located at Delphi Associates.
Michael Jackson, the moonwalking former child star who became known the world over as the "King of Pop" before his life and career deteriorated in a freakish series of scandals, has died. He was 50.
A person with knowledge of the situation says Jackson died Thursday in a Los Angeles hospital. The person was not authorized to speak publicly and requested anonymity.
His death brought a tragic end to a long, bizarre, sometimes farcical decline from his peak in the 1980s, when he was popular music's premier all-around performer, a uniter of black and white music who shattered the race barrier on MTV, dominated the charts and dazzled even more on stage.
Jackson burst onto the music scene with his brothers in the 1960s. The Jackson Five quickly went from their hometown of Gary, Indiana to the top of the charts.
By the age of 11, he was the most popular member of the band - but he left the group in his 20s to moonwalk his way to superstardom, becoming one of the most popular people on the planet.
Jackson's 1982 album "Thriller" still is the top-selling album of all time, and Michael Jackson was the top performer in the world through much of the 1980s. But somewhere along the way, Jackson went from the "King of Pop" to wacko Jacko.
Some say it started with an accident during the filming of a TV commercial that burned his scalp severely and led to a dependence on prescription pain killers. He became an increasingly reclusive and odd figure.
He was married briefly to Elvis Presley's daughter, then to his skin doctor's assistant. Jackson was a father of three, despite ongoing speculation that they could not be his natural children. He sparked one of his many scandals when he dangled one of the children over a balcony, causing concern of his parenting skills.
All of those scandals paled to the ongoing suspicion of child abuse. He paid one boy more than $20 million to make his allegations go away, but it happened again one day in November 2003.
The charges stemmed from a documentary in which Jackson stated again his belief that having young boys in his bed was completely natural.
"It's very right. It's very loving. That's what the world needs now," Jackson said at the time.
Much of the world saw it differently. Jackson was arrested, handcuffed, booked and eventually stood trial. The court case was a surreal spectacle befitting Jackson's bizarre way of life, including dancing on top of SUVS, pajamas worn to court, and a string of celebrities walking in and out of the courthouse in Santa Maria, California.
"Please keep an open mind and let me have my day in court," Jackson said.
But the inconsistent testimony from the boy and his family members, including a truly bizarre five days on the stand from the boy's mother, convinced the jury Jackson was not guilty. Still, the acquittal never completely put to rest the questions surrounding Michael Jackson, a curious figure who leaves behind a legacy of staggering musical genius, and stunningly bad judgment.
Jackson was preparing for what was to be his greatest comeback: He was scheduled for an unprecedented 50 shows at a London arena, with the first set for July 13. He was in rehearsals in Los Angeles for the concert, an extravaganza that was to capture the classic Jackson magic: showstopping dance moves, elaborate staging and throbbing dance beats.
"I am absolutely devastated at this tragic and unexpected news," said music producer Quincy Jones, who worked with Jackson on numerous projects. "I've lost my little brother today, and part of my soul has gone with him."
Hundreds of people gathered outside the hospital as word of his death spread. The emergency entrance at the UCLA Medical Center, which is near Jackson's rented home, was roped off with police tape.
"Ladies and gentlemen, Michael Jackson has just died," a woman boarding a Manhattan bus called out, shortly after the news was annunced. Immediately many riders reached for their cell phones.
In New York's Times Square, a low groan went up in the crowd when a screen flashed that Jackson had died, and people began relaying the news to friends by cell phone.
"No joke. King of Pop is no more. Wow," Michael Harris, 36, of New York City, read from a text message a friend sent to his telephone. "It's like when Kennedy was assassinated. I will always remember being in Times Square when Michael Jackson died."
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AsiaTalk：Falun Gong Story ( 2/3)
In the stage of China, before an audience of the entire world, a drama of life and death is playing out.
In 1999, the Chinese communist regime launched a campaign to crush the Falun Gong spiritual practice. Ten years later, the campaign has destroyed tens of millions of lives through torture and abuse, political persecution, and alleged organ harvesting. Ten years later, Falun Gong practitioners have endured unimaginable pain and suffering, and in the process launched a global movement to end their persecution.
Through exclusive interviews with Chinese refugees and China experts, "A Decade of Courage" examines four of the moments that changed modern China: April 25, 1999, the day 10,000 Falun Gong practitioners gathered outside the National Appeals Office in Beijing; May 13, 1992, the day Falun Gong was first taught in public; June 10, 1999, the day the Chinese regime created a secret police agency with the mission to destroy Falun Gong; July 20, 1999, the day Falun Gong practitioners across the country were arrested and the campaign against Falun Gong began.http://ntdtv.com/xtr/b5/2010/05/12/a405011.html#video
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AsiaTalk：Falun Gong Story ( 1/3)http://ntdtv.com/xtr/gb/2010/05/12/a405011.html#videoIn the stage of China, before an audience of the entire world, a drama of life and death is playing out.In 1999, the Chinese communist regime launched a campaign to crush the Falun Gong spiritual practice. Ten years later, the campaign has destroyed tens of millions of lives through torture and abuse, political persecution, and alleged organ harvesting. Ten years later, Falun Gong practitioners have endured unimaginable pain and suffering, and in the process launched a global movement to end their persecution.Through exclusive interviews with Chinese refugees and China experts, "A Decade of Courage" examines four of the moments that changed modern China: April 25, 1999, the day 10,000 Falun Gong practitioners gathered outside the National Appeals Office in Beijing; May 13, 1992, the day Falun Gong was first taught in public; June 10, 1999, the day the Chinese regime created a secret police agency with the mission to destroy Falun Gong; July 20, 1999, the day Falun Gong practitioners across the country were arrested and the campaign against Falun Gong began.Recommended links:Falun Dafa Information Centerhttp://www.faluninfo.net/article/927/New Tang Dynasty Televisionhttp://english.ntdtv.com/The epoch Timeshttp://www.theepochtimes.comhttp://www.eglobalcommunity.com/zh/vi...其他推荐:《神韵》2010全球巡回演出http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/《九评共产党》全球多语种文本下载http://www.epochtimes.com/gb/4/12/13/n746020.htm神韵震撼贵宾：杰出无以言表http://www.eglobalcommunity.com/zh/view/71990/
A Clipshow Of Alleged Ghost Pictures From Around The World Collected From Various Websites.
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05/11/04 - Associated Press
MEXICO CITY - Mexican Air Force pilots filmed 11 unidentified flying objects in the skies over southern Campeche state, a Defense Department spokesman confirmed Tuesday.
A videotape made widely available to the news media on Tuesday shows the bright objects, some sharp points of light and others like large headlights, moving rapidly in what appears to be a late-evening sky.
The lights were filmed on March 5 by pilots using infrared equipment. They appeared to be flying at an altitude of about 3,500 meters (11,480 feet), and allegedly surrounded the Air Force jet as it conducted routine anti-drug trafficking vigilance in Campeche. Only three of the objects showed up on the plane's radar.
"Was I afraid? Yes. A little afraid because we were facing something that had never happened before," said radar operator Lt. German Marin in a taped interview made public Tuesday.
"I couldn't say what it was ... but I think they're completely real," added Lt. Mario Adrian Vazquez, the infrared equipment operator. Vazquez insisted that there was no way to alter the recorded images.
The plane's captain, Maj. Magdaleno Castanon, said the military jets chased the lights "and I believe they could feel we were pursuing them."
When the jets stopped following the objects, they disappeared, he said.
A Defense Department spokesman confirmed Tuesday that the videotape was filmed by members of the Mexican Air Force. The spokesman declined to comment further and spoke on customary condition of anonymity.
The video was first aired on national television Monday night then again at a news conference Tuesday by Jaime Maussan, a Mexican investigator who has dedicated the past 10 years to studying UFOs.
"This is historic news," Maussan told reporters. "Hundreds of videos (of UFOs) exist, but none had the backing of the armed forces of any country. ... The armed forces don't perpetuate frauds."
Maussan said Secretary of Defense Gen. Ricardo Vega Garcia gave him the video on April 22.