Love & Hip Hop Hollywood aired it’s 3rd episode last night (September 29, 2014). [FLASHBACK: LHHHollywood Episode #2 - RECAP + FULL VIDEO] This week, Ray J and Teairra continue fighting about her box of belongings and her itchy coochie, and while Hazel E. Show More Summary
NEWSFLASH! One of the members of the legendary rap group Goodie Mob is reportedly broke & facing foreclosure. [FLASHBACK: Goodie Mob Members Host MARTA Bus Tour... (PHOTOS + VIDEO)] And we all know it ain’t Cee-Lo Green… Details about...Show More Summary
Cuteporter Deborah U. was kind enough to send us these photos after spotting our recent Flamingo story. “A couple days ago you posted a picture of one of the new Chilean Flamingos chicks at the SF Zoo,” she wrote. “I happened to be there Friday, and took these.” “There are 4 chicks (3 bigger, 1 […]
We delved into the background of Walter on Scorpion Season 1 Episode 2. Via a flashback early on, viewers learned that Walter’s sister, Meghan, has MS, a condition that is slowing worsening and confining her to a home. This illness -...Show More Summary
Atlanta Exes aired it’s 8th and final episode last night (September 29, 2014). Last week’s show ended with Sheree Buchanan throwing a temper tantrum outside of Tameka Raymond’s house… [FLASHBACK: Atlanta Exes #7 "Better Than You" (RECAP + FULL VIDEO)] And this week basically picks up with more of the same. Show More Summary
When The Originals catches up with the Mikaelsons at the beginning of its second season, it’s safe to say that losing Hope hasn’t
Wherein in Alex Vause returns and we all collectively wet our pants.
Goddammit, Boardwalk Empire. I was on board with so much of “Cuanto,” an episode that distinguishes itself on several fronts. The flashbacks still aren’t relevant, but this week’s at least cohere into a nice mini-episode about a day in the life of Nucky ‘n’ Eli. Show More Summary
Some critics charge that people who keep their all-original cars untouched, unpainted, unreupholstered, unrestored, and unrechromed are simply lazy or cheap. Those critics would do well to read through this Driveable Dream article by Jim Donnelly that appeared in SIA #195, June 2003, which recounts Wayne Koffel’s reasoning for keeping his 1930 Oakland V-8 roadster […]
The first post traumatic disordered stress flashback I couldn't control. The post Welcome to Post Traumatic Disordered Stress appeared first on The Good Men Project.
One thing leads to the next, I guess. So I did this podcast that led to a further reminiscence that led to my old friend Joe sending me this amazing package of stuff that he’s kept for over thirty years. It’s too cool not to share, but you need some background first. I’ve said before […]
CNN's Brian Todd reported on a senior spokesman for ISIS, Abu Muhammad al Adnani, threatening the United States and its allies by calling for lone wolf attacks inside the country. According to CNN, al Adnani said, "Rig the roads with explosives for them. Attack their bases. Raid their homes. Cut off their heads. Do not let them feel secure." Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
Flashback, 2000: At a military checkpoint on the side of a road in Lesotho, an officer pointed an automatic weapon at me, and asked for $20. I took out my business card, I handed it to him, and I told him that I worked with the U.S. government and I didn't need to give him $20. Show More Summary
Post by Kiri Blakeley. Post-traumatic stress disorder -- characterized by anxiety, distrust, nightmares, even flashbacks -- is normally associated with military veterans. It's no surprise that vets could come back from a war zone and be out of whack emotionally. Show More Summary
This week, we learned a lesson in the importance of appearance on the premiere episode of Modern Family as taught by nuestra belleza Latina (and former cover star), Sofía Vergara. We won't spoil it for anyone who missed the episode,Show More Summary
With Arsenal hosting their bitter rivals Spurs at the Emirates this weekend, the Gunners posted a reminder of what happened in this fixture last season. Olivier Giroud scored the only goal of the game to ensure that Tottenham went home with nothing to show for their efforts for the third campaign in a row. The […]
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How’s this for a depressing flashback? While looking for something else in the Railbird archive, I came across this April 2005 post about Suffolk Downs, “It’s Dying,” written during an especially pessimistic spring: … expanded gaming won’t solve New England’s long-term racing woes … Thoroughbred racing will leave New England. It’s inevitable. Yikes. There’s no […]
Flashback Friday. Flipping through Safari magazine, something that struck me as odd. Because the magazine is aimed, primarily, at selling hunting safaris, the vast majority of the pictures were people posing with their kills. What I noticed was that, in nearly 100 percent of the pictures, the animals were posed so as to look alive: resting […]
Translated from French to English, we get “The Dog Caretaker, 1926.” Original photo by André Kertész. Cuteporter Vajda B. sent this one in.Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Flashback Friday