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MY DEFENSE OF MILEY CYRUS

Posted in MILEY CYRUS, TWERKING, VALERI DUBOV'S OPINIONS with tags , , , , , on 29/08/2013 by valeridubov

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Dahlings, unless you’ve been on another planet you certainly have either watched the video of Miley Cyrus’ performance at the MTV Video Music Awards. There has been a virtual firehose worth of acidic comments directed toward this young woman for reasons that most people aren’t too concerned with understanding. As much as I LOATHE politics there is a political angle to this manufactured scandal. First of all, dahlings, there is no scandal here at all. Cyrus is simply spreading her wings in an age on Terra, and especially in America, where socially things are changing at a pace faster than the former Master of Morality [read middle aged religious conservative white men] can seem to handle.

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There are always going to be prudes, whether they are prudish against artistic expression or simply befuddled and angered by any public display of sexuality, human society will always have some. The times have changed regarding what is acceptable as entertainment in one’s own home, drastically, over the course of the television age. Like Miley Cyrus, or not, favor twerking or not, enjoy erotic and funny performances or not, their is a great shift toward female expressions of sexuality in all forms of art in America and the world in which you live and that is never going to change.

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

Valeri Dubov, D.S.V.A., O.Q.H [Fashion Design]
Managing Editor—Arts, Fashion & Culture
The Dis Brimstone-Daily Pitchfork
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CHRIS STARK AND MILA KUNIS EXPLAIN IT ALL

Posted in CHRIS STARK, MILA KUNIS, VALERI DUBOV'S OPINIONS with tags , , , , , , on 10/03/2013 by valeridubov

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As if, dahlings, I needed another reason to adore Mila Kunis, this from BBC 1 Radio and their luscious interviewer Chris Stark:

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

Valeri Dubov, D.S.V.A., O.Q.H [Fashion Design]
Managing Editor—Arts, Fashion & Culture
The Dis Brimstone-Daily Pitchfork
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CHRISTOPHER WALKEN CHANNELS HIS INNER HONEY BOO BOO

Posted in CHRISTOPHER WALKEN, COMEDY with tags , on 10/10/2012 by Majordomo Pain

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

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ROSEMARY WATSON EXPLAINS IT ALL

Posted in COMEDY, ROSEMARY WATSON, THEY EXPLAIN IT ALL with tags , on 26/09/2012 by Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.]

One of the great things about doing research is that I’m always stumbling over something really fascinating. Like those weird stone balls in Costa Rica or the robotic meshworm thing scientists created. Today I was trying to find a good parody of Ann Romney and in my travels I found this amazingly talented woman Rosemary Watson.

People this lady is more than just amazing voices as her website says she writes and professionally produces as well. This leaves only one question people: Isn’t America ready for a lady detective that can sound like virtually anyone? Kelsey Grammer are you listening pal?

Pax Terra!

Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H [Journ.]
Managing Editor—Research
The Dis Brimstone-Daily Pitchfork
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IF IT’S THURSDAY, IT MUST BE COCO AUSTIN DAY

Posted in COCO AUSTIN, DAILY BREAK FROM POLITICS, FRED SCHWARTZ OPINIONS with tags , , on 20/09/2012 by Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.]

Don’t ever say I didn’t do anything for you.

Pax Terra!

Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H [Journ.]
Managing Editor—Research
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CAPTION PLEASE: THE BIG DOG, BROOKLYN LEE TASHA REIGN AND JENNIFER TAULE

Posted in CAPTION PLEASE, FRED SCHWARTZ OPINIONS with tags , , , on 23/08/2012 by Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.]

My apologies upfront to President Clinton. Dude you know I love you man, but this is begging for a caption. The lovely ladies seen here with The Big Dog in Monaco are from left to right Jennifer Taule, Vice President at NMS Management Services, adult actress Tasha Reign and adult actress Brooklyn Lee

Pax Terra!

Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H [Journ.]
Managing Editor—Research
The Dis Brimstone-Daily Pitchfork
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TEN BEST SHOWS ON TELEVISION IN 2012: US EDITION

Posted in THE BEST OF TERRAN TV with tags , , on 14/08/2012 by valeridubov

Dahlings, if you don’t have access to DirecTV then this post may mean nothing to you. The network television shows [ABC, NBC, CBS & Fox] have little if anything that makes you want to rush home and be infront of the set to watch. I haven’t felt that way about a show on the three major networks since “The West Wing.” But have faith things are bright and exciting on the cable netowrks. Here is my top ten list for the year so far.

10. Push Girls -Sundance Channel:
I came across this show completely by accident and now my DVR is bursting at the seams with episodes. I love how tough these gals are. It’s not just a feel good show because halfway through the second episode I’d forgotten they were in wheel chairs and was fascinated by how they attack life.

9. Breaking Bad -AMC:
A good man goes bad? Or was he a bad man all the time? I’ve been watching for four seasons now and I guess by the end of the fifth and last that question will be answered.

8. True Blood -HBO:
I know dahlings many of you will give me grief about this show being rated so low but the plot twists have left me with a giant question mark over my head. I’m sure they’ll right the ship and give me my good characters being good again soon. Kristen Bauer van Stratten and Rutina Wesley are this season’s standout performers.

7. Californication -Showtime:
The cast in this drama is what makes it out of the bottom three; the lusty and raucous plots and scenes bring out the best in the cast. McElhone is a dream and Duchovny is plain stellar.

6. Boardwalk Empire -HBO:
Anyone who didn’t think Steve Buscemi was a star after “Fargo” was an idiot dahlings. Anyone who doesn’t think so now after Boardwalk Empire just isn’t paying attention. Characters have come and gone but the triangle of Gretchen Mol, Kelly MacDonald and Paz de la Huerta make the Boardwalk really sizzle.

5. Mad Men -AMC:
What else could you possibly want from a period piece? Luscious just plain luscious from the sets, to the actors to the scripts.

4. Boss -STARZ:
It’s only been on for one season and if this season is as good as the last this will likely be in the top three this time next year. Kelsey Grammer has done a star turn in this role as have Kathleen Robertson and Connie Nielsen. Who’ll wind up dead in the Windy City this season?

3. Game of Thrones -HBO:
I have never been a fantasy, sword and sorcery fan and I’m still not because Game of Thrones is just a power drama plain and simple. There are people I know here in Dis that wouldn’t go near anything of this genre a year ago and now? They’re hooked! Don’t be confused dahlings Peter Dinklage is the star of this epic series.

2. The Newsroom -HBO:
This show from the brillaint mind of Aaron Sorkin is reason enough to stay up to 2300 on Sunday nights. Jeff Daniels is Broadway quality brillaint in giving a body and a pulse to Sorkin’s words. Emily Mortimer is so very animated, in a most positive way befitting her personality, that I’m worn out with joy after every episode. Alison Pill [whom I love on “In Treatment”] is equally frenetic, sarcastic and whip smart. And as if this weren’t enough dahlings you get Jane Fonda, Olivia Munn AND Sam Waterston to watch every week.

1. Downton Abbey -PBS:
Okay this is a bit of a trick, but January 2013 can’t get to Terra fast enough for me. I don’t have enough column space to say all the wonderful things that need to be said about Elizabeth McGovern, Michelle Dockery, Sophie Mc Shera, Hugh Bonneville, Dan Stevens and Dame Maggie Smith. All I can say is bravo!

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

Valeri Dubov, D.S.V.A., O.Q.H [Fashion Design]
Managing Editor—Arts, Fashion & Culture
The Dis Brimstone-Daily Pitchfork
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