Thursday, November 30, 2006

SO SAD

Poor Poor Chrisy Poo

Too Many Videos Too Soon

De JA View

RING My Alarm

To The Left! To The Left

Now Dream Girls Harpo's Pic For Best Picture, Which OMG You Have To Admit Would NEVER Deserve It, But Thats Just Harpo..And Some Other Random Critics, Lets Hope A Movie Starring Foxy, Daddy Day Care Murphy, And American Idol Contestant......Does Not Spell Best Picture!

Any WHO Here We GO Ladys!

TUNE IN NEXT WEEK!



WILL HE BE SAFE?!

THE CONWAY THE GRAPHIC NOVELLA



Our Hero Awakes In A Haze



Thursty



But For What?



Trouble Brews Outside



What Will He DO?

VERONICA LAKE!




SO FUN YOU SHOULD ALL DO IT!

Pop Art Gwen



Its Not Great But It Was FUN!

Expect MORE Much MORE!

From http://www.melissaclifton.com/tutorial-popart.html

THe LIST: Day TWO

A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING MAGAINES!





Wednesday, November 29, 2006

SCHOOL IS OUT!

FOR EVER!

I Love Old Movies

The LIST: Day ONE



Sexy, famous, beautifula Testino portrait is as unmistakeable as his subject. MARIO TESTINO: PORTRAITS features the cream of the crop in our celebrity-obsessed age: Naomi Campbell, Jude Law, Kate Moss, Gwyneth Paltrowthose whose names have become the hallmarks, almost the logos, of the fashion world. Testinos relationship with his subjects is simply and succinctly summed up by Anna Wintour, Editor-in-Chief of Vogue: People love to be photographed by Mario. His innate sense of fashion, which has made him the most sought-after contemporary photographer today, has transformed many of his portraits into icons.

HERE IS MY LIST FOR X-MAS 2006!

It Will Be Going On Untill The 12th Of December!

ENJOY!

Now NO One Will EVER Say I Didnt Know What To Get YOU!

I Will Post FOUR Things A DAY You Will Find Something!

I Expect The SAME From All Of YOU!

And I Will NOT Post Anything That ISNT Realistic!

LOVE Panda!

The LIST: Day ONE



In Vogue is a fascinating look at the history of the world's most influential magazine. The complete compendium is illustrated with hundreds of covers and archival interiors of past Vogue editions, featuring the work of some of the twentieth century's most respected artists, cover illustrators, and photographers—from Edward Steichen, Toni Frissell, and Erwin Blumenfeld to Irving Penn, Richard Avedon, David Bailey, Helmut Newton, Annie Leibovitz, Mario Testino, Steven Klein, Bruce Webber, and Herb Ritts. In 1909, an entrepreneurial New Yorker named Condé Nast took charge of a struggling society journal and transformed it into the most glamorous fashion magazine of the twentieth century. In Vogue traces the history, development and influence of this media colossus—from its beginning as a social gazette in the late nineteenth century, to the exploration of modern fashion photography and new visuals in the mid-twentieth century, to its status as the top style magazine today. The book explains the makings of the magazine—from runways, to editorial meetings, to the pages of Vogue.The thoroughly researched story incorporates first-person accounts, interviews with editors and photographers, and excerpts from stories written in the magazine by many world-renowned writers, including Truman Capote, Aldous Huxley, Richard Burton, Federico Fellini, and Marcello Mastroianni. Unparalleled in its scope and exceptionally illustrated, In Vogue is sure to be among the most important publications on the subjects of culture, art, fashion, photography, and media.

The LIST: Day ONE



The third installment of LaChapelle’s trilogy
LaChapelle Heaven to Hell is the long-awaited third volume in an exhilarating trilogy that began with LaChapelle Land (1996) and continued with the infamous Hotel LaChapelle (1999). Packed with astonishing, color-saturated, and provocative images, those titles both became instant collector’s items and have since gone through multiple printings. Featuring almost twice as many images as its predecessors, LaChapelle Heaven to Hell is an explosive compilation of new work by the visionary photographer. Since the publication of Hotel LaChapelle, the strength of LaChapelle’s work lies in its ability to focus the lens of celebrity and fashion toward more pressing issues of societal concern.

LaChapelle’s images—of the most famous faces on the planet, and marginalized figures like transsexual Amanda Lepore or the cast of his critically acclaimed social documentary Rize—call into question our relationship with gender, glamour, and status. Using his trademark baroque excess, LaChapelle inverts the consumption he appears to celebrate, pointing instead to apocalyptic consequences for humanity itself. While referencing and acknowledging diverse sources such as Renaissance, art history, cinema, The Bible, pornography, and the new globalized pop culture, LaChapelle has fashioned a deeply personal and epoch-defining visual language that holds up a mirror to our times.

The LIST: Day ONE



During the golden age of tabloid photography--from the 1920s to the 1950s--photojournalists created some of the most innovate and enduring images in the history of photography. Photos of crimes and criminals, more than any other subject, captured the public imagination. Here for the first time is a selection of the most outstanding crime photographs from the archive of America's premier tabloid newspaper, the New York Daily News

Author William Hannigan demonstrates how these groundbreaking photos helped create the visual style that we now associate with film noir classics from Double Indemnity to Chinatown and L.A. Confidential. Narrating the history of tabloid photography, Hannigan tells how hard-hitting pictures helped the Daily News win the tabloid wars on the 1920s, earning it the title of "New York's Picture Newspaper." An introduction by Luc Sante, author of Low Life and Evidence, examines the impact of these pictures on their original audience and how differently we see them today.

Capturing the mystery and drama of real-life "news noir," the photographs in this volume are both visually sophisticated and relentlessly revealing of human nature's dark side. An eloquent portrait of a city and an epoch, this book is not to be missed by crime buffs, photography lovers, or students of New York City's past.

SO Sad

IM SO SICK OF THIS!

GWEN IS COMMIN!

6/15 Vancouver, Can!

TICKETS ON SALE FEBUARY!

I AM GOING!

No.5

HEIDI NO! NO NO NO!

Monday, November 27, 2006

AMAZING LYRICS!

Je suis désolée
Lo siento
Ik ben droevig
Sono spiacente
Perdóname

I've heard it all before
I've heard it all before
I've heard it all before
I've heard it all before


I don't wanna hear, I don't wanna know
Please don't say you're sorry
I've heard it all before
And I can take care of myself
I don't wanna hear, I don't wanna know
Please don't say 'Forgive me'
I've seen it all before
And I can't take it anymore

You're not half the man you think you are
Save your words because you've gone too far
I've listened to your lies and all your stories (Listen to your stories)
You're not half the man you'd like to be

I don't wanna hear, I don't wanna know
Please don't say you're sorry
I've heard it all before
And I can take care of myself
I don't wanna hear, I don't wanna know
Please don't say 'Forgive me'
I've seen it all before
And I can't take it anymore

Don't explain yourself 'cause talk is cheap
There's more important things than hearing you speak
You stayed because I made it so convenient
Don't explain yourself, you'll never see

Gomen nasais [Japanese. English translation: "I am sorry"]
Mujhe maaf kardo [Hindi. English translation: "Please forgive me"]
Przepraszam [Polish. English translation: "Sorry"]
Sli'kha [Hebrew. English translation: "Forgive me"]
Forgive me...

(Sorry, sorry, sorry)
I've heard it all before
I've heard it all before
I've heard it all before

I don't wanna hear, I don't wanna know
Please don't say you're sorry
I've heard it all before
And I can take care of myself
I don't wanna hear, I don't wanna know
Please don't say 'forgive me'
I've seen it all before
And I can't take it anymore

I don't wanna hear, I don't wanna know
Please don't say you're sorry
(Don't explain yourself cause talk is cheap)
I've heard it all before, And I can take care of myself
(There's more important things than hearing you speak)
I don't wanna hear, I don't wanna know
Please don't say 'forgive me'

I've heard it all before
I've heard it all before
I've heard it all before
I've heard it all before

LYRICS!

Who's that girl, who's that girl

When you see her, say a prayer and kiss your heart goodbye
She's trouble, in a word get closer to the fire
Run faster, her laughter burns you up inside
You're spinning round and round
You can't get up, you try but you can't

who's that girl
who's that girl
who's that girl
who's that girl

You try to avoid her, fate is in your hands
She's smiling, an invitation to the dance
Her heart is on the street, tu corazon es suyo
Now you're falling at her feet
You try to get away but you can't

Light up my life, so blind I can't see
Light up my life, no one can help me now

Run faster, her laughter burns you up inside
He's spinning round and round
You can't get up, you try but you can't

Who's that girl
Now, who's that girl
Now, who's that girl
Now, who's that girl

Friday, November 24, 2006

MALE MODEL MADNESS!





Rupert Everet...Looking For A New BF? So NOT GAY When They All Play FootBall In Their Undies ! Not GAY. I Dont Know Why Owen Is Talking Like That He Is From Kelowna BC!



Levis Starring WILL!

Show Openers



Will Can Open MY Show ANYTIME!

SERIOUSLY IS THIS ALL THEY DO?




HANNAH WE NEED TO GET BACK STAGE @ ONE SHOW IN NY MALE MODEL HEADQUARTES!



TWO HELPINGS OF OWEN For XMAS!

AB FAB! S/S 07 G&G



LOVE LOVE LOVE IT! I Love The WHOLE Collection! Amazing! And The MEN! Watch The Very End If You Dont Wish To Watch The Whole 7.5 MIN Of It When All The Male Models Do The Final Pass All In Their SHORTS! So FAB! But I Love How Much Detail D&G Always Put Into The Collection, From Shoes, To Jewlery They COMPLETLY Took In Native American Native Style. With Still Keeping Hints Of Italian Sportswear, From The Socks To The Shorts. And The Leather And Bead Work Is Just Amazing, What Else Do You Expect!?

FAB!

BEST OF BOTH!

Thursday, November 23, 2006

30 ROCK



"Is That A Real Song?"

LOL



LOL

"Dirty Diva" "Its A JOKE Obviously! I SAID ITS A JOKE!"



LOL

"Did I Say The N Word? TAKE THE MIC OFF!"

TOMORROW



"A Transcendent Work Of Art, A VISION Of Undying Love That Finds Hope In Grief, Epiphany In Death And Life In The Loss Of Eden!"

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