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Mar 5
#ThisCouldBeUsButYouPlayin

#ThisCouldBeUsButYouPlayin

Like Humans Do
David Byrne

Shoutouts to Windows XP

Only 90’s kids remember when tumblr photos posted as slideshows.

Forever Red

Aug 8

Bandai Tamashii Nations Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

These are the best Power Rangers figures I’ve ever seen.

You Get What You Give
New Radicals

New Radicals - You Get What You Give

Jul 7

Fifteen years today, darling. Did you think I would forget? How could I? The day we met was the happiest day of my life.. A gift for you. I found it in the snow—fragile beauty clinging to life in this frozen wasteland, like you, Nora.

Fifteen years today, darling. Did you think I would forget? How could I? The day we met was the happiest day of my life.. A gift for you. I found it in the snow—fragile beauty clinging to life in this frozen wasteland, like you, Nora.

"Breakin the Law" by brianbuster

"Breakin the Law" by brianbuster


Shane McMahon grew up in the family entertainment business. At 6, he began working as a ring boy. Later, he stepped over the ropes and into the World Wrestling Federation as a referee. Eventually, he became a wrestler whose shifting allegiances and fancy footwork provided the plotlines that helped take the company now known as WWE global.
But in 2010, Mr. McMahon, 43, ditched his signature “Shane O Mac” baseball jersey to become CEO of You On Demand, a cable platform with offices in Union Square and Beijing.
"It’s the same business," Mr. McMahon said. "It’s marketing. It’s promotion."
His major role with the WWE was actually on the business side, working with his father, Vince, to spread wrestling’s pay-per-view offerings. This month, his new company launched the first nationwide video-on-demand platform in China, offering buy-at-home movies to a country that purchases $6 billion annually in pirated DVDs. Mr. McMahon has already signed agreements for 18.2 million homes in China and hopes to expand to 30 million by year’s end.
"The demographics, the demand, the relationships were all in the right place," Mr. McMahon said. "That’s what made me leave: the gold ticket."
The company has distribution agreements with the Chinese government, cable providers and Hollywood studios and plans to offer a kids channel.
Mr. McMahon’s mother, Linda, twice lost races for U.S. Senate in Connecticut, but Mr. McMahon has no interest in politics.
He still asks his famous father for advice. “I’m no fool,” the younger McMahon said. “The man is one of the greatest promoters of all time, in my view. And that’s why I understand this business and why it’s going to succeed: I’ve lived it.”

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Shane McMahon grew up in the family entertainment business. At 6, he began working as a ring boy. Later, he stepped over the ropes and into the World Wrestling Federation as a referee. Eventually, he became a wrestler whose shifting allegiances and fancy footwork provided the plotlines that helped take the company now known as WWE global.

But in 2010, Mr. McMahon, 43, ditched his signature “Shane O Mac” baseball jersey to become CEO of You On Demand, a cable platform with offices in Union Square and Beijing.

"It’s the same business," Mr. McMahon said. "It’s marketing. It’s promotion."

His major role with the WWE was actually on the business side, working with his father, Vince, to spread wrestling’s pay-per-view offerings. This month, his new company launched the first nationwide video-on-demand platform in China, offering buy-at-home movies to a country that purchases $6 billion annually in pirated DVDs. Mr. McMahon has already signed agreements for 18.2 million homes in China and hopes to expand to 30 million by year’s end.

"The demographics, the demand, the relationships were all in the right place," Mr. McMahon said. "That’s what made me leave: the gold ticket."

The company has distribution agreements with the Chinese government, cable providers and Hollywood studios and plans to offer a kids channel.

Mr. McMahon’s mother, Linda, twice lost races for U.S. Senate in Connecticut, but Mr. McMahon has no interest in politics.

He still asks his famous father for advice. “I’m no fool,” the younger McMahon said. “The man is one of the greatest promoters of all time, in my view. And that’s why I understand this business and why it’s going to succeed: I’ve lived it.”

[source]


While it was originally believed that he had left the series due to insufficient pay, Yost later revealed in his 2010 interview with No Pink Spandex that he left the series because he could no longer handle harassment by the production crew that targeted his sexual orientation. He was often called a “faggot”, and the producers would take other cast members into their office to ask them questions about Yost’s sexuality. Yost left late in the fourth season after a week of contemplation instead of continuing work another six months into the second film. His co-workers involved with writing, filming and producing the show gave Yost a vibe that he was “not worthy” of where he was and that he “can’t be a superhero” because of him being homosexual.
Scott Page-Pagter - a producer of the show starting with Power Rangers Zeo - responded through TMZ that Yost left over a pay bonus being dropped but did not elaborate on it, or dispute any of Yost’s claims outside reasons for leaving the show; Saban Entertainment did not make an official statement.
After Yost left Power Rangers, he tried to get rid of his homosexuality with conversion therapy for two years, but this failed. Eventually Yost had a nervous breakdown which resulted in his psychiatric hospitalization for five weeks. After Yost checked out, he moved to Mexico for a year and eventually accepted his sexuality.

:’(

While it was originally believed that he had left the series due to insufficient pay, Yost later revealed in his 2010 interview with No Pink Spandex that he left the series because he could no longer handle harassment by the production crew that targeted his sexual orientation. He was often called a “faggot”, and the producers would take other cast members into their office to ask them questions about Yost’s sexuality. Yost left late in the fourth season after a week of contemplation instead of continuing work another six months into the second film. His co-workers involved with writing, filming and producing the show gave Yost a vibe that he was “not worthy” of where he was and that he “can’t be a superhero” because of him being homosexual.


Scott Page-Pagter - a producer of the show starting with Power Rangers Zeo - responded through TMZ that Yost left over a pay bonus being dropped but did not elaborate on it, or dispute any of Yost’s claims outside reasons for leaving the show; Saban Entertainment did not make an official statement.


After Yost left Power Rangers, he tried to get rid of his homosexuality with conversion therapy for two years, but this failed. Eventually Yost had a nervous breakdown which resulted in his psychiatric hospitalization for five weeks. After Yost checked out, he moved to Mexico for a year and eventually accepted his sexuality.

:’(

Famous Weapons - Daniel Nyari

Judith Eva Barsi (June 6, 1978 – July 25, 1988) was an American child actress. She started her career in television, making appearances in commercials and guest starring in television shows. Her success in television led her to star in films such as Jaws: The Revenge and most notably providing voices for the characters of Ducky in The Land Before Time and Anne-Marie in All Dogs Go To Heaven. After years of physical and mental abuse, her father József shot and killed Barsi and her mother in a murder–suicide.

omg.. ; A ;

Teenage Koopa Ninja Bros by Craig Tucker

Teenage Koopa Ninja Bros by Craig Tucker

Jumping over a chair like a gangster (Bill Gates)

Some top comments from Youtube:

  • Nigga made up for Vista for sure
  • Like a DOS.
  • Video proof of why bill gates is better than steve jobs or whoever works at apple now.
"Clifford The Big Red Dog" by sandara

"Clifford The Big Red Dog" by sandara