Monday, April 30, 2012

Rihanna - Where Have You Been

Just how Loud was it at the Mooseheads Game yesterday??

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Landed some upper bowl seats to Yesterdays game. There was sooooo much energy in the building it was OUT OF CONTROL!! The Moose did lose yesterdays game,but, it was a Heck of a Season, and I think it's safe to say they made Halifax very Proud!! BTW Fucale for Mayor.

Monday, April 23, 2012

Ever wonder what your Kidneys are worth on the Black Market? Now you know


Ever been SO desperate for cash that you've thought about selling a kidney on the black market?  This might make you want to.  Even though you REALLY SHOULDN'T.


--A website compiled info from FBI and other government reports on how much different body parts have sold for on the black market.  And the going rate for a kidney in the U.S. is $262,000.  Here's more on what your body is worth . . .


--Kidney, $262,000 in the U.S., $62,000 in China, $15,000 in India.

--Liver, $157,000.

--Heart, $119,000.

--Small intestine, $2,519.

--Pair of eyeballs, $1,525.

--Coronary artery, $1,525.

--Gallbladder, $1,219.

--Skull with teeth, $1,200.

--Scalp, $607.

--Spleen, $508.

--Stomach, $508.

--Hand and forearm, $385.

--Pint of blood, $337 in the U.S., just $25 in India.

--Skin, $10 per square inch.


--That means, when you die, your body could be harvested for $810,381, not counting your blood or skin, which varies by size.  But your skin could get you another $30,000 or so, and your blood could add on around $3,370.


--And here's WHY there's a black market.  In the U.S., there are about 113,100 people currently waiting for an organ transplant . . . and there were 14,144 organs donated in 2011.  Eighteen people die every day waiting for a transplant.


--We don't exactly know how you'd go about selling your organs on the black market . . . and even though the money's good, we wouldn't recommend finding out.  It's an ENORMOUS RISK in so many ways.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The Perfect Man (According to British Ladies)



Six feet tall

Muscly, toned and athletic

Brown eyes

Short dark hair

Smart dress sense

A beer or lager drinker

Non smoker

Wears smart jeans, shirt and a V-neck jumper

Gets ready in 17 minutes

Stylish

Wants a family

Earns 48,000 pounds a year (about 76,000 Canadian)

Loves shopping

Eats meat

Clean shaven

Smooth chest

Watches soaps

Enjoys watching football

Drives an Audi

Educated to degree level

Earns more than you

Jokes around and has a laugh

Sensitive when you are upset

Tells you he loves you only when he means it

Admits it when he looks at other women

Holds a driving licence

Can swim

Can ride a bike

Can change a tire

Rings mum regularly (Twice a week)

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Thursday, April 5, 2012

How would you change the world?

Meet Barbies New BFF



Mattel, the maker of Barbie, will produce a bald fashion doll for children who have lost their hair because of illness or cancer, the company announced today.




“These dolls, which will be a friend of Barbie, will be distributed exclusively to children’s hospitals and other hospitals treating children with cancer throughout the U.S. and Canada, directly reaching girls who are most affected by hair loss,” said Mattel Company spokesman Alan Hilowitz in a statement.




The announcement comes after a Facebook movement urging Mattel to produce a bald version of its famously blonde Barbie doll earlier this year. To date, the page has had more than 150,000 “likes.”



The bald doll would include “hats, scarves and other fashion accessories to provide girls with a traditional fashion play experience. For those girls who choose, the wigs and head coverings can be interchanged or completely removed.”



The doll “would be distributed exclusively to children’s hospitals and other hospitals treating children with cancer throughout the U.S. and Canada,” according to Mattel.


via elev8.com

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Karmin - Brokenhearted - Official

Madonna & Madonna & Madonna & Madonna & Madonna learn to be Madonna

Madonna has hired a group of decoy clones to confuse photographers on her 'MDNA' tour, according to reports.




With the Queen of Pop about to embark on her 'MDNA' tour, the National Enquirer reports that she's so determined not to be hounded by the paparazzi that she's hired five look-alikes to take the attention away from her.



A source close to the singer claimed that she would give the five lucky women a crash-course in how to walk and talk like her, so she can deploy them as "diversions" and enjoy some time for herself undisturbed by the press.
 
"It was her own idea – and she conceived it both for protection and to stay private while enjoying down time," said the insider. "Five ladies will be made up to look like dead ringers, and Madonna's personally giving them lessons right now on how to walk, talk and act like her.




"On the tour, her 'clone quintet' will be sent out ahead of her to act as diversions when she exits hotels, restaurants, concert halls, or any public venue," they added. "It's a brilliant decoy plan, and she's betting it will work!"



Read more here --> http://www.nme.com/news/madonna/63035

Monday, April 2, 2012

You New Favorite Movie is called Ted it comes out in July



Before you press Play, there are swear words. There is a Restricted warning on this trailer for a reason.

2012 Junos, Who Won What?

JUNO FAN CHOICE: Justin Bieber




SINGLE OF THE YEAR: The Sheepdogs, “I Don’t Know.”



ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Michael Bublé, Christmas.



ARTIST OF THE YEAR: Feist



NEW ARTIST OF THE YEAR: Dan Mangan



SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR: Dallas Green for “We Found Each Other” and “Weightless,” from Little Hell.



DANCE RECORDING OF THE YEAR: Martin Solveig and Dragonette, “Hello.”




Non-Broadcast Winners:




INTERNATIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Adele, 21.



NEW GROUP OF THE YEAR: The Sheepdogs.



GROUP OF THE YEAR: Arkells



COUNTRY ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Terri Clark, Roots and Wings.



ADULT ALTERNATIVE ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Feist, Metals.



ALTERNATIVE ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Dan Mangan, Oh Fortune.



POP ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Hedley, Storms.



ROCK ALBUM OF THE YEAR: The Sheepdogs, Learn & Burn.



VOCAL JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Sonia Johnson, Le carré de nos amours.



CONTEMPORARY JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Phil Dwyer Orchestra featuring Mark Fewer, Changing Seasons.



TRADITIONAL JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR: David Braid, Verge.



INSTRUMENTAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Stretch Orchetstra, Stretch Orchestra.



FRANCOPHONE ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Malajube, La caverne.



CHILDREN’S ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Charlie Hope, Songs Stories and Friends: Let’s Go Play!



CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR, SOLO OR CHAMBER ENSEMBLE: Marc André Hamelin, Liszt Piano Sonata.



CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR, LARGE ENSEMBLE OR SOLOIST(S) WITH LARGE ENSEMBLE ACCOMPANIMENT: Alexandre Da Costa/Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, Daugherty: Fire and Blood.



CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: VOCAL OR CHORAL PERFORMANCE: Jan Archibald/Orchestre Symphonique Bienne/Thomas Rosner, Haydn Arias.



CLASSICAL COMPOSITION OF THE YEAR: Derek Charke, “Sepia Fragments,” Sea to Sea.



RAP RECORDING OF THE YEAR: Drake, Take Care.



R&B/SOUL RECORDING OF THE YEAR: Melanie Fiona, Gone and Never Coming Back.



REGGAE RECORDING OF THE YEAR: Exco Levi, Bleaching Shop.



ABORIGINAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Murray Porter, Songs Lived & Life Played.



ROOTS AND TRADITIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR, SOLO: Bruce Cockburn, Small Source of Comfort.



ROOTS AND TRADITIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR, GROUP: The Wailin’ Jennys, Bright Morning Stars.



BLUES ALBUM OF THE YEAR: MonkeyJunk, To Behold.



CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN/GOSPEL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Downhere, On the Altar of Love.



WORLD MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Kiran Ahluwalia, Aam Zameen: common ground.



JACK RICHARDSON PRODUCER OF THE YEAR: Brian Howes for Hedley, “Heavens Gonna Wait” (from Storms) and Nickelback, “Trying Not to Love You” (from Here and Now).



RECORDING ENGINEER OF THE YEAR: George Seara for Michael Kaeshammer, “A Little Bit of Love” (from Kaeshammer) and Laila Biali, “Let Go” (from Tracing Light).



VIDEO OF THE YEAR: The Sadies, “Rumbleseat,” directed by Mike Roberts.



MUSIC DVD OF THE YEAR: Feist:Look What the Light Did Now.



ELECTRONIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Tim Hecker, Ravedeath, 1972.



METAL/HARD MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR: KEN mode, Venerable.



WALT GREALIS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: Gary Slaight



ALLAN WATERS HUMANITARIAN AWARD: Simple Plan