Aubrey Plaza's the star of the new movie everyone' talking about, called The To Do List. It's about a young woman who's out of high school and has embarked on an objective of having sex for the first time, and in different ways, before she goes off to college.
The only thing unrealistic about The To Do List is that the list doesn't have "Do A Black Guy" on it. As one who's been the first black guy for most of the white women he's been with (and I know this because I was told that), a good movie should include that.
I'm happy to say that I've positively contributed to the destruction of one major stereotype against black men, and regarding "going down."
President Barack Obama and his Secret Service detail were at Comic Con 2013, and in the form of Reggie Brown and five security guards.
You see, Reggie Brown is the World’s best Obama impersonator, and was at Comic Con 2013 to help promote a new app called “BattlePillars.”
BattlePillars is described as a “free-to-play backyard adventure enables users to construct an army of battlepillars by choosing various weapons and armor to overcome the enemy.” True to form, President Obama used drones as an example during our conversation in the makeshift press room at Room 27 A, B at San Diego Convention Center. “There’s a lot of controversy selling drones. So HitSence.com developed a game that puts BattlePillars on the ground.”
Is Miley Cyrus' engagement to be married to Liam Hemsworth back on? Nikky Raney, Zennie62Media Executive Editor, says it is! But one thing's for sure: Miley Cyrus is certainly in the celebrity news a lot. She was on Jimmy Kimmel as a cameo, and then before that took a kind of San Francisco social media tour for her new single "We Can’t Stop," that caused it to race to number one on iTunes sales in one day!
According to Zennie62.com, A police officer shot Leon Rosby’s Rottweiler, Max, four times at point-blank range, after provoking the dog as if to get the animal to respond so that it could be fired upon.
It was last Sunday, June 30th, and Leon Rosby was video-blogging the actions of Hawthorne, California police officers, when they seemed to take offense to his making a visual record of their work.
Leon Rosby appeared to have some verbal exchange with them while using his cell phone as a camera, then when he saw the police officers coming, put his dog in his car, only (because it was hot), the windows were rolled down.
Rosby went to the cops and willingly gave himself up to be arrested. But the antagonistic actions of the police toward his owner, was all the Rottweiler needed to jump out of the car, and head toward the group of officers to rescue Mr. Rosby.
One officer, for some reason (and this is on video) put his hand out toward the already angry dog, causing the dog to react with anger. Then, after an exchange of barks and voices, the dog backed off – presumably Mr. Rosby said the right words. But all that was negated when the obviously-three-bricks-shy-of-a-load peace officer went to push his hand at the dog again.
The Rottweiler reacted with predictable anger, and lunged up toward the officer, who responded with a direct, point-blank, gun shot. But he didn’t stop there – the officer became trigger happy and fired four more shots as it was obvious the poor dog was already disabled by the first gun shot.