Month: April 2008

New Releases April 29, 2008

New release listings for Blu-ray and Playstation 3. Blu-ray 27 Dresses (Fox) First Knight (Sony) The Golden Compass (New Line) Motley Crue: Carnival of Sins (Warner Music Group) Mozart: Die Zauberflote (Opus Arte) Ocean’s Eleven (Warner) Ocean’s Twelve (Warner) Playstation 3 Grand Theft Auto...

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Sexy Sunday 25

Pamela Anderson Pamela Anderson was born in Ladysmith British Columbia in 1967. She earned the name of the “Centennial Baby” because she was the first baby born on Canada’s 100th birthday. In 1989 Pamela attended a CFL game and appeared on the jumbotron screen wearing a Labatt tee. The crowd went wild for her and she was offered a modeling contract from Labatt. Due to the popularity she gained from her modeling career she was offered a chance e to model for Playboy. Pamela would soon make TV appearances with a small role on Married With Children, Home Improvement, and eventually Bay Watch. In 96 she had accepted her first movie role in “Barb Wire” against the advice of her Agent. However she should have listened because the movie bombed at the Box office. One of the events that have given Pamela lots of attention is her relationship with Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee. Within 4 days of meeting the drummer the two wed. The two appeared in a homemade sex tape that had allegedly been stolen from the house and posted on the net. The two had divorced shortly after the birth of their first child but got back together and had their second son. She has since been romantically tied to Marcus Schenkenberg, and Kid Rock. In 2002 her career was put on hold when she revealed she...

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Two days after I graduated from high school in ’95, I couldn’t wait to hightail it out of our small bumkin town and I did so, leaving to live for the summer with my father and his wife in Montreal.  As I arrived at Montreal’s Dorval airport my father was late for some reason or another, I can’t remember for sure why and I’m sure he wouldn’t either. This meant that I was standing alone, by myself at the carousal as my bags were virtually the last ones coming off the plane.  To this day I don’t remember anyone else still waiting for their bags as I was.  This wasn’t particularly bothersome as more often that not I’m just as happy alone as I am in the company of others if not more so, but it did lead to this encounter. A lady somewhere in her 40’s accompanied by a gentleman probably 15 years older than she approached me and queried, “Alexander?” At this point I was thinking that my father couldn’t make it to get me and had sent this lady to pick me up. Her having used the name Alexander I thought perhaps that she didn’t know that that wasn’t my actual name and was just rather formal. “Sandy.” I replied back acknowledging her formal address.  She smiled as if gazing upon a long lost son. The smile wasn’t all she had...

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New Releases April 22, 2008

Some New Releases for Blu-ray and Playstation 3.Blu-ray National Geographic: Six Degrees Could Change the World (National Geographic) One Missed Call (Warner) The Orphanage (New Line) Sublime (Warner) PS3 NBA Ballers: Chosen One April 21, 2008 Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare — Game of The Year Edition April 23,...

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Winning in Sports is Never Easy

While winning in sports is never easy, sometimes it can look easy. One thing it is never is however is guaranteed. Welcome to reality Ottawa Senator fans. With all your pomp and righteousness your finally learning that winning is indeed harder than it looks. Despite a first half to the regular season that had many calling Ottawa an unstoppable juggernaut and the Stanley Cup Champion in waiting, the wheels came off in the new year. Not only did the wheels come off but the driver was thrown clear from the wreck and none of the passengers were wearing seat belts. As a Maple Leaf fan, I absolutely love this. If I was a Senator fan reading this, my level of disgust and sickness in the pit of my stomach would be boiling over ten fold knowing their misery is my silver lining to a dreadful season. It is salt in the wounds, not necessarily ground in but definitely poured on. Of course us Leaf fans have known how hard it is to win for ages. The Leafs have had Borje Salming and Daryl Sittler put together the majority of their Hall of Fame careers as integral members of the Maple Leafs with neither even sniffing at the cup. Wendal Clark, Doug Gilmour, Pat Burns, Curtis Joseph, Dave Andrychuk and Ed Belfour each were members of good Maple Leaf teams...

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