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Barack Obama Weave

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I'm Barack Obama 

and I approve this weave. 

Lil Wayne-ism.

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I don't always pursue a career in rapping and skating...

but when I do, I make sure to suck at both. 

Puta Cake

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A PUTA CAKE 

Sometimes a puta needs a cake. 

Hye Park by Lim Han Soo

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Hye Park by Lim Han Soo for 

Harper’s Bazaar Korea July 2012

Does Honey Boo Boo look like Krang?

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Coincidence? 

A girl's legs are her best friends.

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"A girl's legs are her best friends...but even best friends must part."

- Red Foxx 

A Real Life Exorcist

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Thomas describes his ministry as one of healing. “I don’t do exorcisms on demand,” he said. “It’s dangerous, and it’s not always what people need.

“I have to get to the root cause of what they’re suffering from — it is preternatural or psychological,” he said.

 

“In every instance I am called into, there is deep suffering,” Thomas said. “In most instances, it is not demonic, it’s a mental health issue. But either way, our church has a responsibility to help these people.”

 

In the seven years he’s been an exorcist, Thomas has worked with a dozen cases of possession among about 125 inquiries.

 

He counts three of the individuals as “delivered.” He is still working with another three. The others started the process but did not finish.

 

“My message to people is that Satan is real, demonic possession is real -- it’s not superstition, not myth, not medieval,” he said. “But the church has remedies.”

 

Thomas had been a priest for 22 years when his bishop of the Diocese of San Jose, Calif., asked if he would learn about exorcism. Not every diocese is required to have a priest trained in exorcism.

 

Thomas went to Rome on a sabbatical to study spirituality and took a class on the topic. He went deeper, studying with an Italian exorcist. A classmate from his class asked if he would be willing to share his experiences for a book.

 

The story of his internship inspired the book “The Rite” (2009), which was made into a movie released in 2011 starring Anthony Hopkins, who played the veteran priest. One marked difference in the film is that Thomas’ character is shown as a seminarian rather than an established priest.

“I couldn’t have told you seven years ago that I was called to do this,” Thomas said. “But I do believe in the personification of evil. I’m not afraid, and I believe that is a grace.

 

“I don’t find the work appealing, but in the same breath, I find it meaningful.”

 

Thomas used the $25,000 consulting fee from the film to start a fund to help those he sees when they need a referral for mental health or medical services and don’t have insurance.

Being an Exorcist is 

REAL BUSINESS 

Exorcism is the stuff of movies, but for the Rev. Gary Thomas, it is a Catholic rite. He is an exorcist, trained in the Vatican and Rome, and his story inspired a book and a 2011 film.

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      

 

Thomas describes his ministry as one of healing. “I don’t do exorcisms on demand,” he said. “It’s dangerous, and it’s not always what people need.

 

 

“I have to get to the root cause of what they’re suffering from — it is preternatural or psychological,” he said.

 

“In every instance I am called into, there is deep suffering,” Thomas said. “In most instances, it is not demonic, it’s a mental health issue. But either way, our church has a responsibility to help these people.”

 

In the seven years he’s been an exorcist, Thomas has worked with a dozen cases of possession among about 125 inquiries.

 

He counts three of the individuals as “delivered.” He is still working with another three. The others started the process but did not finish.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Thomas had been a priest for 22 years when his bishop of the Diocese of San Jose, Calif., asked if he would learn about exorcism. Not every diocese is required to have a priest trained in exorcism.

 

Thomas went to Rome on a sabbatical to study spirituality and took a class on the topic. He went deeper, studying with an Italian exorcist. A classmate from his class asked if he would be willing to share his experiences for a book.

 

“My message to people is that Satan is real, demonic possession is real -- it’s not superstition, not myth, not medieval,” he said. “But the church has remedies.”


The story of his internship inspired the book “The Rite” (2009), which was made into a movie released in 2011 starring Anthony Hopkins, who played the veteran priest. One marked difference in the film is that Thomas’ character is shown as a seminarian rather than an established priest.

 

“I couldn’t have told you seven years ago that I was called to do this,” Thomas said. “But I do believe in the personification of evil. I’m not afraid, and I believe that is a grace. - Keep reading this story 

Maxim Model Killed by Female Hitman

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MESSED UP: 

MAXIM MODEL KILLED BY 

FEMALE "JAMES BOND" 

 

 

The 21-year-old was strangled in 2008, but just-released court documents claim the attack was driven by a failed business deal between her father and an ex-boyfriend.

 

The ex is believed to be Lebanese physician and businessman Munir Uwaydah.

 

After her father pulled out of a pharmaceutical deal on doubts of Uwaydah’s legitimacy, the latter allegedly "dispatched" Kelly Soo Park to "confront" Julianna Redding.

 

Prosecutors allege that Park, officially his real estate broker and financial assistant, was nicknamed “James Bond,” and served as Uwaydah’s “debt collector.”

 

Reading between the lines, she often intimidated business partners of Uwaydah’s in at least two previous incidents involving her then-boyfriend, racecar driver Ronnie Case.

  Juliana Redding, an aspiring model and actress who died years ago, may have been killed by a female debt collector nicknamed “James Bond" and hired as “muscle."


 

One incident involved intimidating a bank manager over an investment scheme, another a horse breeding business and $350,000 collection, CBS News reports.

 

Uwaydah has since fled the country and is believed to be living in Lebanon.

 

Another source says he allegedly only hired Park to “intimidate and threaten” Redding, not to murder her, while Park has been tied to the murder scene via “forensic evidence."

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

Guerra de la Paz - Power Ties

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Julian Navarro proudly presents Power Ties a solo exhibition by Guerra de la Paz.

 

“POWER TIES is an exploration into the effectiveness of both symbolism and satire as methods of communicating the unmentionable, with the objective to create a visual language that depicts scenes where the ethics and morals of the influential are narrated by irony and righteousness.

 

Guided by historic relevance and society’s structure of power, the work depicts the height of civilization and the cause of its decline in a dialogue of rudimentary ideals conceptually embellished with a passementerie of controversy.

 

Guerra de la Paz

Power Ties  

Man’s Best Friend2011 
Mannequin on stand, found garments and shoes, men’s neckties, wire, carpet runner
82 x 82 x 48 in.

Monday through Friday, 2005 
Men’s ties wire and aluminum wall brackets
Size variable

 

 

Assertive yet gentile in its delivery, POWER TIES provides comedic relief to a subject that delves into the darkest depths of the preeminent topics of the status quo and engages the viewer with humorous portrayals of a treacherous, high stakes game where underhanded deception is splendiferously rewarded.

 


 

Personified by empty shells of clothing that appear to be void of human control and stylized to identify with the affluent and authoritative image of success, POWER TIES offers settings that illustrate the physically nonexistent nature of a ubiquitous dominion and its consequential stronghold on society in a story line characterized by neckties that represent unscrupulous misdeeds and the sacrifices one makes for personal gain”… Guerra de la Paz.
 
Guerra de la Paz is the composite name that represents the creative team efforts of Cuban born artists, Alain Guerra (Born: 1968 Havana, Cuba) and Neraldo de la Paz (Born: 1955 Matanzas, Cuba. Live and work in Miami, Florida) and have been consistently producing collaboratively since 1996.

Sealing the Deal, 2009 
Mannequin on stand, found garments and shoes, men’s neckties, wire
82 x 48 x 36 in.

November 3 - December 15, 2012

 Opening Reception November 3 | 6-10pm

 

Julian Navarro Projects

36-01 36th Ave. Long Island City, NY 11106

Their work has been exhibited in museums, galleries and art fairs as well as other unconventional venues internationally, including: The Saatchi Gallery - London, Miami Art Museum, Art Museum of the Americas - Washington DC, Americas Society - NYC, Chicago Cultural Center, 21c Museum, Louisville, KY, Southeast Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, WI, El Museo Universitario de el Chopo - Mexico City, The Prague Quadrennial of Performance, Design and Space - CZ, and most recently, Federation Square - Melbourne AU.
 
For further information, please contact Julian Navarro at info@julian-navarro.com or by telephone at 718 532 8767.

 

Greatest Debate of All Time

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 Yo President Obama, Govenor Romney...I'm really happy for this debate. I'ma let you finish but Jefferson vs Hamilton was the greatest debate of all time! 

Save the Earth!

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Gangnam Style with Wolverine

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Wolverine Gangnam Style

Via: PSY 

Ice Cream in the Shape of a Flower

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A FLOWER 

IS ALWAY BETTER AS ICE CREAM. 

FL Couple Sex in Restaurant, Won't pay Bill

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Orlando police said Tom Murphy, the manager at Paddy Murphy's restaurant in Orlando, called police after Jeremie Calo, 32, and his date were seen having sex on their table out on the patio while other patrons, including children, were eating in the same area, WKMG-TV, Orlando, reported Wednesday.

 

Murphy said the couple stopped when he called police, but officers arrested Calo for fighting with the manager and refusing to pay his $101 bill.

The couple were not charged for the alleged public sex because none of the other restaurant patrons wanted to write statements for police.

Restaurant Sex? Really?

Police in Florida say they arrested a man accused of fighting with a restaurant manager after having sex with his date on a table in front of other patrons.

Via: UPI

Win 1,000 Business Cards

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Win 1,000 Custom Designed Business Cards

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Let Terror be a Treat.

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Halloween wraps fear in innocence,
As though it were a slightly sour sweet.

Let terror, then, be turned into a treat...

- Nicholas Gordon

Katy Deen

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Wannabe Batman from Michigan Arrested

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Super Asshole? 

 

 

"He wouldn't clear the scene, and we had a canine out there and he kept screwing up the scent," State Police Sgt. Jeff Gorno told the Petoskey News-Review (http://bit.ly/QFv0yh ). "He said he wanted to help us look for the driver."

 

"We didn't want the dog to track Batman instead of the accident scene, and he was getting in the way of officers who had a job to do," the sergeant said.

Williams wasn't carrying any dangerous weapons, but his costume and gear were confiscated, Gorno said. He was charged with resisting and obstructing police in an investigation, and he posted bond and was released from the county jail. He is due back in court Oct. 18.

 

A call to a number listed as Williams' Petoskey home rang unanswered Wednesday.

 

It's not Williams' first brush with the law as the caped crusader.

 

He was arrested last year after police received a report of a man dressed as Batman on the roof of a Petoskey business. When officers arrived, they found Williams, dressed as Batman and carrying a baton-type striking weapon, a can of chemical irritant spray and a pair of sand-filled gloves.

'Batman' charged with obstructing Michigan police

PETOSKEY, Mich. (AP) — The search for a driver who fled an accident scene in northern Michigan over the weekend was apparently a job for a dog, not a bat.

 

State troopers arrested 33-year-old Mark Wayne Williams because they say he refused to leave them alone after he showed up Saturday night wearing a Batman outfit.

Source: AP

Japanese Bunny

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Let's Move

to Japan 

Black Cat - Paper Cut Out Style

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