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Quentin Tarantino Walk of Fame Star Unveiling Ceremony: Peaceful Despite Police Threats

Quentin Tarantino star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Also in the photo: Demián Bichir, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tim Roth and other 'The Hateful Eight' cast members. Quentin Tarantino gets star on Hollywood Walk Fame: No police protests or anti-Tarantino rally Quentin Tarantino, who has been making movies for nearly a quarter of a century, has finally gotten his own personal star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. A prime location, too: it can be photographed and/or stepped on right in front of the Chinese Theatre. Tarantino's star-unveiling ceremony took place on Monday, Dec. 21, '15, with several cast members of his latest movie, The Hateful Eight, in attendance. Now, why is this “news”? Back in October, the Pulp Fiction, […]


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Quentin Tarantino Walk of Fame Star Unveiling Ceremony: Peaceful Despite Police Threats



Republicans Want Agrabah Bombed: What Has Aladdin Done to Deserve It?

Agrabah: 'Aladdin' city that Republicans want to bomb. Is Agrabah Burning? Nearly 1 in 3 Republican primary voters want to bomb 'Aladdin' city According to a new poll by Public Policy Polling, based in Raleigh, North Carolina, nearly one third of 532 Republican primary voters support bombing Agrabah. Agrabah? Is that the name of the “capital” of Daesh (a.k.a. IS / ISIS)? Or perhaps that's the place where Jihadis buy their weapons of mass murder? A hummus-filled North African dish maybe? Wrong. Wrong (you must be thinking of some U.S. gun store or European back alley). Wrong. Agrabah is actually the name of a city located in the exotic land of Arabia, itself located in … Aladdin, the 1992 animated […]


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Republicans Want Agrabah Bombed: What Has Aladdin Done to Deserve It?



War on Christmas: Movies to Remember & Fighting 'Haters and Atheists'

Donald Trump vs. Starbucks' War on Christmas: Movies to remember range from 'Rosemary's Baby' to Kirk Cameron documentary. The War on Christmas: Movies that come to mind & fighting 'haters and atheists' We're still in November, but the War on Christmas – according to online buzz, a second cousin once removed of the War on Cops – has begun. Weeping and gritting of teeth has seized certain population segments in the U.S.A. (and perhaps other countries as well) after Fox News, that beacon of intellectual freedom at the end of the cable news tunnel, announced that … Starbucks' holiday season cups are a) red b) devoid of Christmas decorations. Could it be a satanic conspiracy disguised as politically correct inclusiveness? […]


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War on Christmas: Movies to Remember & Fighting 'Haters and Atheists'