UFO fleet flies over Brooklyn, New York

A fleet of UFOs was obsrved flying over Brooklyn, New York, as caught on rooftop security camera, on 27 April, 2013 at 6:36 PM. This report has been obtained from a testimony included in the database of Mutual UFO Network (MUFON).

The witness begins the report by describing the cameras which recorded the event.

“I have 4 low end security cameras, recording 24 hrs pointed slightly off N-E-W and South pointed upward to the sky at about a 30 degree angle.”

The witness then describes how he noticed the objects and also tells us how he came to the conclusion that the objects were UFOs.

“I randomly picked a start time of 18:00 to review the days video capture. Even with the poor image quality of the camera, I’ve spent enough time to know what a plane looks like and birds. This was way different, I know I caught a fleet of UFOs too much daylight to be sending off Chinese lanterns.”

He describes the location and direction of the objects.

“That camera is pointing SE from a 11203 zip code. From the known angle of the camera, the object appears to be heading NW in a somewhat straight line. There should be a video attached.”

The witness tells us why he installed the cameras, and also describes his reaction to the incident.

“I install the cameras/DVR system on the roof solely for this purpose cause if you look up long enough, you will see something. I had a tear in my eye cause I caught a something within days of installation and it already paid off.”

Finally, the witness writes a note to the readers, and also tells us how he needs to upgrade his cameras.

“I’m not one to get excited over seeing videos of dots scrolling across the skies (nor do I expect you to be of my video) but this one is a sign for me to get a better camera system.
The CH2 video has most of the object and CH1 (pointed NE) has shows runoffs from CH2.”

For the benefit of the readers, the videos submitted to MUFON by the eyewitness, have been uploaded to YouTube.

George Jones: Country singer dies at 81



Country singer George Jones

Country singer George Jones (April 26, 2013)

George Jones, widely recognized as the greatest honky-tonk singer of his time, died Friday in Tennessee at age 81.


The County Music Hall of Fame vocalist had been taken Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville on April 18 with a fever and irregular blood pressure.


Jones, born Sept. 12, 1931, in Saratoga, Texas, sang classics such as “White Lightning” (1959); “She Thinks I Still Care” (1962); “We’re Gonna Hold On” (1973), with his then-wife, country star Tammy Wynette; and “He Stopped Loving Her Today” (1980).


The singer was married four times and battled alcohol addiction even as he was racking up a string of country hits. But his final marriage, to Nancy Sepulvado in 1983, helped turn his life around.

How 2 Chainz Is Killing His Brand

How 2 Chainz Is Killing His Brand




On any day of the week it seems like there are more than a handful of songs featuring 2 Chainz making their onto the Internet. It’s ridiculous.
Has 2 Chainz sold out? Probably, but you can hardly blame him, even if his Instagram photos are more exciting than his career these days. The guy has definitely been through the music industry wringer.
Successful as he is now, you have to keep in mind that this isn’t the Atlanta-bred rapper’s first rodeo. He was previously in Playaz Circle, a group on Ludacris’s DTP imprint, and managed to surf the Lil Wayne hook wave at the precise moment with “Duffle Bag Boys.” The song became a smash and Playaz Circle’s debut, Supply & Demand, sold relatively well. Then the hit records dried up and the group’s follow-up LP, Flight 360: The Takeoff, bombed.
While many doubted that a Tity Boi solo career would take off, a spectacular grassroots marketing campaign — including the wise decisions to ditch the Tity Boy name for 2 Chainz, and to carefully study Lil B videos — allowed his workman-like approach to help him somehow acquire the top spot in rap.
But that sort of fame comes with a price — now everyone wants in on the 2 Chainz brand. And it’s getting out of hand. From questionable features to random TV appearances, here are 5 things 2 Chainz has recently done that are tragically uncool and downright silly.


1. B. Smyth “Leggo” Feat. 2 Chainz
It takes a certain type of superstar aura to pull off the jacket with no shirt underneath look. An aura B. Smyth simply does not possess. From the Jeremy Scott winged hat to the weak not-quite-on-point 90s-style choreography, this is a fail from the jump. But that’s just B.Smyth. What about 2 Chainz? A dead give away that 2 Chainz is only giving 50% here — the mere fact he only bothered to wear one chain in the video.

2 Chainz Food Instagram That Is Cooler Than This: Fish and Grits


2. Fall Out Boy “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)” Remix

Perfect example of what happens when successful people in the music industry just give up. Fall Out Boy owned the emo-rock era. Then Pete Wentz began concentrating on being a tabloid star, wifed up Ashlee Simpson, had a kid, and got divorced. FOB thought they could race back to popularity, probably forgetting that their fan base had grown up and are now people who are ashamed of once-liking Fall Out Boy. What was the solution from the best and brightest of the music industry? Simple. Need more 2 Chainz! First, throw the guy in a music video for no apparent reason, and then obviously put him on the remix. Marketing brilliance!

3. PSY “Gangnam Style (Remix) Feat. 2 Chainz and Tyga

Why is Tity Boi on the official Diplo remix of “Gangam Style”? It doesn’t really make sense to be identifying oneself with being in the trap one second, and then the next you are on the remix for a Korean pop artist that non-confrontational people think is very cool. You’re either in the trap or you’re in South Korea. It can’t be both at the same time bruh.

4. Travi$ Scott “Upper Echelon” Feat. T.I. and 2 Chainz

To make a long story really short — Travi$ (don’t forget the $ sign) Scott is a relatively new rapper who put on a Givenchy shirt then copy-and-pasted his whole style from more popular artists such as 2 Chainz and Kanye West. While Travis pretends to be really progressive and original the industry people he’s signed with realize that artists like 2 Chainz need to feature on his music so people outside of the “scene” will care about him. Unfortunately this type of ploy is obvious to anyone even remotely paying attention to rap, and 2 Chainz looks all that much worse for affiliating himself.


5. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Feat. 2 Chainz

First it was 2 Broke Girls and now it’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. TV money is good money, and True Religion suits are expensive, but heaven forbid this becomes a trend. Unless he’s putting in an appearance on Game of Thrones. Then we’re all in.

Ray J Calls Out Kanye West In ‘I Hit It First’


Ray J I Hit It First Teaser



Did you really think you had heard the last of Ray J? On April 25 he released a teaser for the video of ‘I Hit It First,’ and not only does it feature a Kim Kardashian lookalike, it also has an overt reference to Kanye West! Keep reading to watch the teaser video.


Ray J is at it again! The teaser for his video for “I Hit It First” (which is totally NOT about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West) dropped on April 25, and it only reinforced that the song is DEFINITELY about Kim and Kanye.




Ray J Disses Kanye West In ‘I Hit It First’ Video


The teaser, which is a short but sweet 11 seconds long, shows Ray J in the midst of a classic hip-hop video — sexy women and flashy cars and all that. But what really stands out about the clip is that right as Ray raps the line, “Now the b***h chose to go West,” the video flashes a shot of a Chicago highway sign that says “West.” For those who don’t know, Kanye is from Chicago, so this is a definite shot at him.


To throw more salt in the wound, the girl that Ray J rolls around in a bed with bears a striking resemblance to Kim.


Ray J On ‘I Hit It First’: It’s Just A Song


But of course, “I Hit It First” is not about Kimye (yes, we’re rolling our eyes too). On April 8, Ray told New York City’s Hot 97.1 that he wasn’t “trying to create a war” with his new song.


“It’s just a record,” Ray J said. “It’s not about that. It’s about the concept, you know what I’m saying… I think people are digging into it way too deep.”


To be fair, Ray J, we’re digging into it because you’re making us — casting a Kim lookalike and showing a Chicago road sign is just adding fuel to the fire. And we’ve only seen 11 seconds of the video — imagine what the whole thing is going to be like!


Watch the teaser below and tell us what you think, HollywoodLifers!


WATCH: Ray J – “I Hit It First” Teaser

what to know Before you go to any strip club.

I frequent Saints And Sinners in Lindsay ca.If you like strippers kick back atmosphere and good food ………. yes great food (taco truck on the weekends)….then check it out.if you don’t like it and strip clubs aren’t your thing cool too. but any ways here are some things to keep in mind when going to any strip club


I feel that it is important to note for those who may be new to the strip club scene, that you need to keep in mind that these women are ACTRESSES!!! Their whole job is centered around creating a fantasy for you. They are not (necessarily) in love with you, nor do they want to take you home in most cases. They are there to create a fantasy where attractive women are giving you attention, but always keep in the back of your head that it is their job to do that! These girls are NOT all whores, sluts or prostitutes, they are just trying to make a living while at the same time creating that fantasy for you.



It is generally considered rude to just sit and watch without tipping. You are not required to tip, but the girls will be less interested in you if you do not. Do yourself a favor and don’t get the rap of being the “cheapscate” at the club. A rule of thumb is that you tip a dollar a song for the dances you like. If you do not like the dancer, you are not obligated to tip, but if you see one that you like please feel free to tip them.

There is almost always a set of seats next to the stage that they dance on. If you choose to sit here, you need to tip or you will be asked to leave in most cases. This row is reserved for those who really enjoy the show and are willing to demonstrate their enjoyment in the form of dollar bills. Remember that these girls are relying on your generosity so feel free to demonstrate that generosity to its fullest!

If you get a lap dance, be sure to ask the girl what the rules are for touching. ALL touching is within reason, never forget that! Strip  clubs have rules that they have to abide by, but on occasion the girls have personal rules as well. RESPECT THE RULES THAT THEY OUTLINE!!!  you will get a bad reputation and will be excluded from enjoying what the club has to offer. Here is another place you can tip too!

It is important to note that the girls are essentially sub-contractors and have to give a portion of the dance price to the club. Your tips offset that cost, and are almost always completely theirs. Tip what you think it is worth, good or bad. No tip means that you did not enjoy it at all, a standard 10%-15% for when it was adequate and above that shows you really enjoyed it.


Do women actually enjoy giving head, or is it just the cost of doing business?


While it’s true that women will do almost anything in pursuit of a good time, performing oral sex is not the act of martyrdom some would have you believe. You see, most women have an innate attraction to the penis, or at least think it’s “neat.” Hence, the creation of sex toys folks. A 1993 survey concluded that 55 percent of women found oral sex “very normal,” 32 percent found it “all right,” 9 percent found it “kinky,” 4 percent found it “unusual,” and 1 percent didn’t realize there was any other kind. (Strangely, when subjects were asked about instant pudding, the responses were identical.) Another study from the ’90s, the unofficial “Decade of the Blow Job,” concluded that “twice as many women who went to college have given or received oral sex compared with those who did not finish high school,” which clears up a lot of confusion about the definition of “liberal arts.” According to sexuality educator Logan Levkoff, while many women do it simply out of reciprocity, “there are some women who love to give oral sex,” wanting nothing in return. Now, if this sounds too good to be true, it probably is: These so-called “angels” are usually practitioners of the black arts, and will steal your breath in the night.

Who invented the blow job? Was it Cleopatra?


Of course not. Cleopatra invented Liquid Paper. The blow job came about in a rather amusing way: An 18th-century nobleman, the Earl of Sandwich, once requested that his meat course be placed between two pieces of bread so he could eat while playing cards. As this was happening, his friend the Marquis de Boules stayed behind in the kitchen and got a blow job. Isn’t that a ribald tale from the annals of history? However, it is not universally accepted by historians as being true in the truest sense of the truth. Educated people say there is evidence of oral sex in art that predates the time of Cleopatra. “I must say I laughed out loud when I read your question,” bragged Shelley Haley, a classics professor and Cleopatra expert at Hamilton College. That a classics professor just called you an idiot is beside the point. The point is, it’s safe to assume blow jobs have been around since before the beginning of time and, with any luck, will be here for another three months or so.


Is there an optimal position, ergonomically speaking, for giving a blow job? I don’t want my girlfriend to get stuck with a sore jaw.


That is the stupidest question I’ve ever heard. I have to answer, though, or these guys won’t sign my court order. Dr. Jack Summers, director of research for San Francisco’s Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, says, “It’s just like sucking a Popsicle. It shouldn’t be any more ergonomically challenging.” (That’s exactly what Prince used to tell me. I wonder if they know each other.) In turn, Ted McIlvenna, president of the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, has accumulated reams of data on this very subject. Upon learning of 13 cases of whiplash involving “crack whores in Key West,” he determined that “when you lean over too much, the jaw can be inconvenienced.” He suggests that anything that will make a man orgasm faster will help reduce the number of this kind of repetitive-motion injury. “The number-one culprit is men who drink too much. Of all the problems that professional women face, alcohol is number one.” (Surprisingly, assault, battery, incarceration, disease, rape, and murder all tie for second.) But perhaps the problem is bigger than we know. In his research, McIlvenna found that women were less likely to speak up about these things than the men he spoke to, many of whom took issue with the inconvenient placement of several public glory holes. “They preferred a position where they could be on their hands and knees,” explains McIlvenna. It is for this reason that Stacey Woods, director of the Institute for the Advanced Study of Important Things, has started Glory Be, a nonprofit community-outreach and think-tank program that brings community leaders, engineers, and local artists together to raise awareness about the position of glory holes at our nation’s truck stops. “I firmly believe in our message,” says Woods. “Fix a hole, fix a life.”


Do all women dislike it when you hold their head while you’re getting a blow job? And if so, where else should I put my hands?


I’ve put calls in to every living woman, and I’m still waiting to hear back from a couple — Soledad O’Brien is apparently on vacation, and I think I must have an old number for Markie Post because it just rings and rings — but so far, the rest of earth’s female population says, “It’s all in the attitude.” We understand it’s natural for your hands to land on whatever’s in the vicinity (head, shoulders, livestock, soft-serve ice-cream machine, senator, whatever), and some good-natured hair-stroking shouldn’t be a problem. However, you must be very, very gentle. A lady’s hair is really soft and pretty, but let’s not forget what happened to that little puppy, Lennie. You’ll also want to avoid using your hands in a forceful, demeaning sort of way. Very few women are into that. Oh, wait, here’s one: Sunset Thomas of Nevada’s own Kit Kat Guest Ranch (brothel) says, “I don’t mind a guy grabbing a handful of hair while I lip-lock his lumber.” Well, it seems Ms. Thomas has discovered the simple power of alliteration. “Or,” she continues, “if you’ve got the dexterity, dink a digit in our damp spot.” Okay! Settle down, Robert Frost. The fact is, you needn’t feel pressure to do anything noteworthy with your hands. Idle hands are no longer the devil’s playthings; the devil’s playthings are Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown. But if you’re just one of those fidgety types, this may be a good time to brush up on your sleight of hand. Imagine her delight when it’s all done and you pull a quarter out of her ear!

Womens Rights Violations within the U.S. Military

Womens Rights Violations within the U.S. Military




They put their lives on the line for us daily. They make sacrifices that I myself could not be able to fathom. Yet women in the military are denied the same rights to basic health care that other citizens have.


Under current law, if a woman solider is raped and becomes pregnant, she cannot use her military health plan to pay for an abortion. She would be forced to seek health care outside of the military base, which often is very dangerous. But Senator Jeanne Shaheen is working to reverse this glaring human rights violation. 


The New Hampshire Senator is the creator of Amendment 1120 (also known as the Shaheen Amendment), which would protect enlisted women so that they can have the same health care as the very citizens they protect. A case where an enlisted woman was raped by a fellow soldier reveals how unjust our current laws are. Jessica Kenyon* was raped and denied access to health care on the military base in Korea where she was stationed. There were no other safe health care alternatives where she was, and because of these circumstances that were beyond her control, she was given no other choice but to leave and give up her military career. She later miscarried.


Sadness does not even begin to describe the feeling I had when I heard this story. Women who put their lives on the line should have access to basic health care—especially if they are survivors of rape.  Republican Senators like John McCain, Scott Brown, and Susan Collins have shown that this is not a partisan issue—this is a gross violation of human rights—and they have supported the Shaheen Amendment. However, despite bi-partisan support for the Shaheen Amendment in the Senate, it is not likely to pass in the House because of anti-choice Representatives.


The Pentagon’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office estimates that only 13.5% of all rapes in the military are actually reported and in 2011 alone, there were 471 reported rapes. The Center for American Progress estimates there are several hundred pregnancies that result from rape in the military every year, many unreported. This means there are likely several hundred cases like Jessica Kenyon* every year. Several hundred women who risk their lives to protect our rights at home, who are attacked, who become pregnant and have little to no options. 


These women protect us, and now we must protect them. I once wrote about the global apathy towards rape and why it is everyone’s—not just women’s—responsibility to challenge women’s human rights violations.    


So fight back right now.  Contact your local Representative and demand they finally protect military women and support the Shaheen Amendment.  These are fundamental human rights that are being violated within our own military—and there is no room for apathy anymore.

Too Short Blows Off Anti-Gay Rapper Stance: “We Should Not Ridicule Anyone Who Comes Out”

West Coast rapper Too Short recently offered his take on the gay community and, specifically, his stance toward homosexual hip-hop artists being looked at differentlyIn Short Dog’s perspective, no one should have to fall victim to anti-gay comments or treatment.

And what does Too $hort think of the hip hop community still not accepting gay rappers? “I just feel like at this point in time we should allow gay people to get married, we should not ridicule anyone who comes out, just go with it, it’s just a lifestyle,” Too $hort said. “Plus I feel like if somebody- all these upstanding people who are like ‘no its bad’ -if we went in their closets oh my god….” he exclaimed. (Pop Stop TV)

Despite Short’s stance, fellow West Coast rap veteran Snoop Dogg recently said hip-hop would not openly welcome homosexual rappers.

Snoop said we shouldn’t hold our breath, explaining “Frank Ocean ain’t no rapper. He’s a singer. It’s acceptable in the singing world, but in the rap world I don’t know if it will ever be acceptable because rap is so masculine.” He continues, “It’s like a football team. You can’t be in a locker room full of motherf—-g tough-ass dudes, then all of a sudden say, ‘Hey, man, I like you.’ You know, that’s going to be tough.” But Snoop made it clear — it’s the nature of the biz, not him — adding, “I don’t have a problem with gay people. I got some gay homies.” (TMZ)

Last week, Grammy-winning singer T-Pain also spoke out in defense of same-sex relations.

After his assistant was bullied online, rapper T-Pain dissed the haters with a tweet reminding everyone that gay men don’t lust after every single guy in the world. “Attention homophobic idiots: if you’re not attractive to straight women, you’re probably not attractive to gay men. You can unclench now,” T-Pain posted on Twitter. “Just see a lot of ppl lookin at my assistant like ‘oh no better not go that way. That guy wants my butt.’ Don’t be an idiot. Ur still fugly.” (New Now Next)

Earlier this month, New York rapper A$AP Rocky clarified his stance toward gay rights.

“I’m not a gay rights activist,” A$AP clarified in an interview. “I guess because one day an interviewer asked me, ‘How do you feel about gay people,’ and I just honestly said, ‘I don’t care what they do.’ Everybody just took it [to another level]. It’s not that serious. I’m not no gay rights activist. They humans like everybody else. Why everybody keep talking about that? … I don’t want that to be a thing that everybody keeps asking me. I don’t care what straight people do, I don’t care what gay people do. I don’t care what nobody do. That’s they business. I just care about what I do. You know what I’m saying? … I’m not no gay rights activist. I don’t know what it takes to treat gay people right and what rights they don’t have. All I know is when you say certain things about gay people, people go crazy, like, act homophobic and that’s how it used to be and that’s how I used to be but I’m not like that anymore. If you’re gay, that’s your business. I really don’t care, at all. It’s like, I’m tired of them asking me about this gay [stuff]. It’s getting on my nerves, quite frankly.” (106 KMEL)

Last year, rap mogul Jay-Z showed his support for same-sex marriage.

Rapper Jay-Z on Monday threw his support behind President Barack Obama’s stance on legalizing same-sex marriage. The rapper, whose real name is Shawn Carter, said not allowing gay marriage was “holding the country back,” in an interview with CNN’s Poppy Harlow. “What people do in their own homes is their business and you can choose to love whoever you love. That’s their business. [It] is no different than discriminating against blacks. It’s discrimination plain and simple,” Jay-Z, a longtime supporter of Obama, added. (My Fox DC)

“Ice Cube dead 2013” : Rapper killed by internet death hoax


Ice Cube is the latest celeb to fall victim to a death hoax

News of rapper Ice Cube’s death spread quickly earlier this week causing concern among fans across the world. However the April 2013 report has now been confirmed as a complete hoax and just the latest in a string of fake celebrity death reports. Thankfully, the rapper best known for his role in Boyz n the Hood is alive and well.

UPDATE 17/04/2013 : This story seems to be false

Ice Cube death hoax spreads on Facebook

Rumors of the rapper’s alleged demise gained traction on Monday after a ‘R.I.P. Ice Cube’ Facebook page attracted nearly one million of ‘likes’. Those who read the ‘About’ page were given a believable account of the American rapper’s passing:

At about 11 a.m. ET on Monday (April 15, 2013), our beloved rapper Ice Cube passed away. Ice Cube was born on June 15, 1969 in Los Angeles. He will be missed but not forgotten. Please show your sympathy and condolences by commenting on and liking this page.

Hundreds of fans immediately started writing their messages of condolence on the Facebook page, expressing their sadness that the talented 43-year-old rapper and actor was dead. And as usual, Twittersphere was frenzied over the death hoax.

Where as some trusting fans believed the post, others were immediately skeptical of the report, perhaps learning their lesson from the huge amount of fake death reports emerging about celebrities over recent months. Some pointed out that the news had not been carried on any major American network, indicating that it was a fake report, as the death of a rapper of Ice Cube’s stature would be major news across networks.

Ice Cube Death Hoax Dismissed Since Rapper Is ‘Alive And Well’

On Tuesday (April 16) the rapper’s reps officially confirmed that Ice Cube is not dead. “He joins the long list of celebrities who have been victimized by this hoax. He’s still alive and well, stop believing what you see on the Internet,” they said.

Some fans have expressed anger at the fake report saying it was reckless, distressing and hurtful to fans of the much loved rapper. Others say this shows his extreme popularity across the globe.