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EJ is a 20-year-old student at New York University and Magic and his wife, Earlitha “Cookie” Kelly, couldn’t be prouder of him. “Cookie and I love EJ and support him in every way,” Magic told TMZ. “We’re very proud of him.”
Very majestic animal. It is a boy. He likes blueberries and cotton candy. His name is Joe. But he’s very smart and will adjust to a different name. He loves to kiss your face and to get his horn petted. He does fart when you feed him blueberries. He basically eats anything. He loves the color pink.
I am unable to take care of him as I am leaving the country. He needs a loving, fun home.
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Busby Berkeley’s “the girl at the ironing board” number with Joan Blondell from ‘Dames’ (and an animated version of the song also from 1934)
Palmy Days (1931) is a musical comedy written by Eddie Cantor, Morrie Ryskind, and David Freedman, directed by A. Edward Sutherland, and choreographed by Busby Berkeley (who makes a cameo appearance as a fortune teller). The film stars Eddie Cantor. The famed Goldwyn Girls make appearances during elaborate production numbers set in a gymnasium and a bakery (“Glorifying the American Doughnut”). Betty Grable, Paulette Goddard, Virginia Grey, and Toby Wing are among the bevy of chorines.
The BEST part of this movie is the “Bend Down, Sister” dance number (no longer online anywhere). The Goldwyn Girls go to the gym (just at the end of the scene above) for a workout (in heels no less). SO GOOD!!! The song they sing & dance to is below… but it’s way better with Charlotte Greenwood & the girls doin’ it.
Here Comes Peter Cottontail is a 1971 Easter television special made by Rankin-Bass, based on a 1957 novel by Priscilla and Otto Friedrich entitled The Easter Bunny That Overslept. The title of the special is from the Easter song “Here Comes Peter Cottontail”, which is also heard in the special. The name “Peter Cottontail” comes from a series of books by Thornton W. Burgess (1874–1965), although the special is not based directly on his books. It was originally broadcast on ABC-TV, and in later years, appeared on CBS.
In this video, nine female country artists (Anne Murray, Jeannie C. Riley, Barbara Fairchild, Jeanne Pruett, Lynn Anderson, Jeannie Seely, Kitty Wells, Patty Loveless and Connie Smith) pay tribute to Ralph Emery on the TV special titled “All-Star Salute to Ralph Emery”. The show was taped at the Grand Ole Opry House on February 7, 1990, and it aired a month later on March 7, 1990.
Rocco Reed is pissed that Dale Cooper is spreading rumors to try to break up his new relationship. When Dale cops to the plan, Rocco replies “Why? You wanna suck my dick?” and begins face fucking him and eventually pounding his tight ass hard! WATCH the preview HERE @ MEN.COM via DAILY SQUIRT
lots of pics via mitch o’connell
“Tilda Swinton will be doing unannounced, random performance art pieces sleeping in a glass box in the MoMA,” the source added. “Today is the first performance. Each performance lasts the whole day the museum is open.” Swinton and her box are located near the ticket collectors today, but the box may be in different locations at other performances. GOTHAMIST
In 1974, Barbra Streisand released a version of the song on her album ButterFly. In a 1976 Playboy interview, Bowie was asked what he thought of her cover: “Bloody awful. Sorry, Barb, but it was atrocious.”
Sue Lyon – Lolita Ya Ya
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1973: Sue meets Gary “Cotton” Adamson at the Colorado State Penitentiary, where he was currently serving time for murder and robbery(20-40 years).She worked as a cocktail waitress and lived in a hotel in Denver nearby. November 4: Sue marries Cotton. She began working for prison reform and conjugal rights. 1974: Sue divorced Cotton after he broke out and committed yet another robbery. Who knew?!
A segment from Mike Nesmith’s “Elephant Parts”