We regret to inform you that the psychic octopus, Pulpo Paul, has passed away today in his sleep. Paul is best known for his prediction of Spain’s victory over the Netherlands in the World Cup this year. RIP Pulpo Paul. ______________________________________________________________ [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ya85knuDzp8] ______________________________________________________________ To find out more information on Pulpo Paul, click here.
Saturday Night Live did a HILARIOUS spoof on Jimmy McMillan of the “Rent too damn high party” in New York City. This skit literally had me laughing out loud. Rent too damn high – Watch more Videos at Vodpod. ______________________________________________________________ To view the original Jimmy McMillan rant, watch the video below:
A crazy (and/or possibly intoxicated) fan, gets tackled in Las Vegas, NV last week. Some folks don’t know how to act once her hips start a’shakin’. My question is, how the hell did this crazy fan get past security? That’s a little scary. ______________________________________________________________ [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJdSjgV-G54&feature=player_embedded]
A new movie venture has been manufactured and simulated for the American masses by Televisa-Lionsgate Latino project Pantilion. This group of people decided to form this union in an attempt to get our hard-earned Hispanic/Latino dollars. As it is we hardly see our likeness in major motion pictures and Hollywood has notoriously been labeled as Read More
Scarface is perhaps the most overrated movie in the past thirty years. I realize that this one statement will put me on the virtual stake of thousands of hip-hop heads and young/older boys/men who can recite nearly every line of Brian De Palma’s 1983 gangster epic. I too was one of them but the budding Read More
From the Latinos Doing Their Thing Series: Carmen Marron We’re all born with the innate need to leave our mark on the world: something that will say “I was here.” It’s our human spirit reminding us, and hopefully others, just what we are capable of. Filmmaker, Carmen Marron, knows this. She worked for eight years Read More