Saturday, June 30, 2012

Wheel of Fortune Fail

This dude isn't so much an idiot as he is a total idiot.

Survivor: The Official Soundtrack

If you are like me (a die-hard fan of the hit CBS television series) then you will want to own a copy of the soundtrack. This awesome CD includes 19 amazing tracks in all, which were heard throughout the show. Perhaps the best song is "Ancient Voices" which is the theme song of the show. In short, the show was great and the music is even better.
Original score by Russ Landau and David Vanacore.
Includes dialogue from the original SURVIVOR cast.
Personnel: Ross Landau (vocals, guitar, keyboards, percussion); Sarah Taylor (vocals, violin); Victor Vanacore, Lisbeth Scott (vocals); Danny Jacob, Ken Berry (guitar); Emily Wright (cello); Chris Bleth (flute, woodwinds); Rick Braun, Chris Tedesco (trumpet); Steve Forman , Billy Ward (percussion).



Track Listings
1. Ancient Voices (Extended)
2. New Frontier
3. Big Drama
4. Explorer
5. I Can See It
6. My Tribe
7. Chase Race
8. The Strong Will Survive
9. Survivor Yell
10. Confrontation
11. Snake Island
12. Mud Bath
13. Buzzed
14. Island Council
15. Rituals
16. Voices Of Heaven
17. Gold
18. Tally The Vote
19. Ancient Voices (Main Title Theme)

Here Comes The Boom (Trailer)



Sony Pictures released the very first trailer for the upcoming comedy "Here comes the Boom". This is the movie Charice Pempengco mentioned last year that she shoot and officially her second film after Alvin and the Chipmunks 2.  A high school biology teacher looks to become a successful mixed-martial arts fighter in an effort to raise money to prevent extra-curricular activities from being axed at his cash-strapped school.
Director: Frank Coraci
Stars: Kevin James, Salma Hayek and Henry Winkler

Amazing 17 Months Old Baby!

Elizabeth is so amazing, she is only 17 months old and guess! she can read!

My True Friend (Full Movie)



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Playboy US (July-August 2012)


At 39, Jenny McCarthy is returning to her roots -- posing nude for Playboy.
The actress, mother of one and ardent anti-vaccine lobbyist, first stripped for the pages of Playboy in 1993 -- landing her the title of Playmate of the Month, and later received the 1994 Playmate of the Year award. In the nearly 20 years since McCarthy first graced the pages of the publication that launched Hugh Hefner's empire, she's posed seven times, and the July/August double issue, on newsstands Friday, marks her sixth cover appearance.

Call Me Maybe (UAAP75 & PBB4 Versions)

The 8 basketball teams of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) season 75 did a wacky cover of Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe. UAAP Season 75 Version.


Check out the Call Me Maybe cover of the Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition 4 housemates! The video was made before the 8th eviction since Yves Flores was still there.

 

Dora The Explorer (Trailer)



Here’s a trailer of a live action Dora The Explorer featuring Ariel Winter from Modern Family. They should really make a real version of this! So much potential.
Watch the video here:


The Man With The Iron Fists (Trailer)




Here’s the official trailer video of The Man With The Iron Fists from Quentin Tarantino. It is directed by RZA and starring Russell Crowe and Lucy Liu. >Watch the video here:

The Reunion: An Eraserheads Tribute Album



The Reunion: An Eraserheads Tribute Album features 14 anthemic The Eraserheads hit songs creatively interpreted by some of today's hottest bands and solo acts. The album's carrier single is “Minsan,” performed by Callalily.


Completing the tracklist are “Alapaap” by 6CycleMind with Eunice of Gracenote, “Minsan” by Callalily, “Overdrive” by Vin Dancel, “Fine Time” by Marc Abaya of Kjwan, “Superproxy” by Razorback with Gloc-9, “Kailan” by Ney and Yeng Constantino, “Kaliwete” by Hilera, “Maling Akala” by The Itchyworms, “Ligaya” by Mayonnaise, “Pare Ko” by Johnoy Danao, “Ang Huling El Bimbo” by Jay Durias, “Magasin” by Chicosci, “With A Smile” by Aiza Seguerra with Mike Villegas, and “Hey Jay” by Tanya Markova. The Reunion album was produced by Darwin and Rye Sarmiento of BBS.

Pawdele the Dog (Rolling in the Deep Cover)

Here’s Pawdele covering “Rolling in the Deep” by Adele. Digging in the Deep! Yes. Best cover ever.

50 Ways To Say Goodbye (Train)


50 Ways To Say Goodbye is part of the band’s 6th studio album, California 37, which was released on April 17, 2012. The song was released as the album’s second single on June 11. The music video was released on June 29.


Watch it below.

Star Magic’s 20th Anniversary (Music Video)

Check out this music video released by Star Magic for its 20th anniversary. It features the song titled Ikaw Ang Magic Ng Buhay Ko which was composed and performed by Yeng Constantino.

Star Magic talents are in the video including (but not limited to) Kim Chiu, Maja Salvador, Gerald Anderson, Enchong Dee, Xian Lim, Khalil Ramos, Star Magic’s Johnny Manahan, Enrique Gil, Daniel Padilla, Jason Abalos, Jessy Mendiola, Maricar Reyes, Erich Gonzales, Megan Young, Joem Bascon, Yeng Constantino, Zaijian Jaranilla, Matt Evans, Jake Cuenca, Coleen Garcia, Joseph Marco, JM De Guzman, Charee Pineda, Devon Seron, David Chua, Robi Domingo, Ketchup Eusebio, Nyoy Volante, Martin Del Rosario, Matteo Guidicelli, Melissa Ricks, Alex Castro, Bugoy Cariño, Andi Eigenmann, Jovit Baldivino, Raphe Fernandez, Gretchen Fullido, Kaye Abad, Diether Ocampo, The Lamars, Bangs Garcia, Emmanuelle Vera, Krissy and Ericka, Andrei Felix, Kristine Hermosa, Oyo Sotto, Rafael Rosell, Sam Concepcion, Ejay Falcon, Jon Avila, Rayver Cruz, Jason Francisco, Melai Cantiveros, Ryan Bang, Patrick Sugui, Ivan Dorschner, Renz Fernandez, Carlos Agassi, Pokwang, Empress Schuck, Shaina Magdayao, Sam Milby, Zanjoe Marudo, Xyriel Manabat, Erik Santos, Jed Madela, Coco Martin, John Lloyd Cruz, Piolo Pascual, Nikki Gil, Julia Montes, Angelica Panganiban, Bea Alonzo, and Piolo’s son, Iñigo Pascual.

Globe Tatt Awards (Winners)

Here’s the winners of the 2012 Globe Tatt Awards which organized by Globe Tattoo held at the NBC Tent in Taguig Global City, south of Manila, on June 29, 2012. The awards ceremony were co-hosted by Georgina Wilson, Petra Mahalimuyak, Miggy Chavez and Gino Quillamor.



Complete list of winners at the 2012 Globe Tatt Awards:

  • The One – Bianca Gonzales
  • The Explorer – Bogart The Explorer
  • The Advocate – PAWS
  • Indie Rocker – Gloc9
  • Visualizer – Everywhere We Shoot
  • Game Changer – Jinoe Gavan
  • Stylissimo – Cecile Van Straten
  • Video Slinger – Jamich
  • Tech Junkie – Jason De Villa
  • #Thought-Mover – Kimpoy Feliciano
Special Awards:


  • The Freshest – Robbie Becroft and Pepper.ph
  • The Prodigy – Luigi Yotoko
  • Safe Surfer – GMA’s Think Before You Click Campaign
  • People’s Choice – Julie Anne San Jose
  • Trending Personality – Julie Anne San Jose
  • Trending Radio – Morning Rush (Chico Garcia, Delamar Arias and Gino Quillamor)
  • Trending TV – Vice Ganda
  • Trending Podcast – Becky Nights


FHM Philippines July 2012 (Jackie Rice)

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Kapuso actress and Starstruck 3 winner Jackie Rice possesses "sinful indulgence" as she showed her sexy body on the cover of FHM Philippines July issue. The issue also features the 100 Sexiest Women in the World poll, which revealed Sam Pinto on the top spot for the second consecutive year. Jackie was placed seventh.

Boys Night Out (June 26, 2012 Episode)

Beki Nights
Boys' Night Out (commonly abbreviated to B.N.O.) is a Filipino evening radio talk show of Magic 89.9 hosted by DJ's Slick Rick, Tony Toni and Sam YG.


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Olympic 2012 London (Official Song)

U.K. band Muse announced this week their latest single, “Survival,” will be the official song of the Summer Olympic Games. The track will be played throughout the games including when athletes enter the stadium or attend their medal ceremonies. “Survival” will also be heard around the world during international television coverage. (By Michael Vulpo)

Race, life is race
And I am gonna win
Yes, I am gonna win
I'll light the fuse
And I'll never lose
And I choose to survive
Whatever it takes
You won't pull ahead
I'll keep up the pace
And I will reveal my strength to the whole human race
Yes, I am prepared to stay alive
I won't forgive
Vengeance is mine,
And I wont give in because I choose to thrive


And I am going to win


--- GUITAR SOLO---
(Yes, awesome)


Race, it's a race
And I'm gonna win, Yes I am gonna win
And I will light the fuse
And I'll never lose
And I choose to survive
Whatever it takes
You won't pull ahead
Because I'll keep up the pace
And I will reveal my strength to the whole human race
Yes I am going to win.


Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight!
Win! Win! Win! Win!
YES I'M GOING TO WIN.

Friday, June 29, 2012

RX 93.1 Countdown Top 7 & Wannabees (29 Jun 2012)

RX 93.1: The Countdown Top 7 and The Wannabees

1. Wide Awake - Katy Perry (1st Week at #1)
2. Brokenhearted - Karmin
3. Bleach Blonde - This Century
4. Payphone - Maroon 5
5. Never Close Our Eyes - Adam Lambert
6. Dark Side - Kelly Clarkson
7. Shooting Star - Owl City
8. The Fighter - Gym Class Heroes feat. Ryan Tedder
9. Whistle - Flo Rida
10. Back In Time - Pitbull
11. Chasing The Sun - The Wanted
12. Laser Light - Jessie J. feat. David Guetta (New Entry)
13. Stuttering - Jessica Sanchez
14. Kiss Me Again - We Are The In Crowd
15. So Much In Love - Zia Quizon (New Entry)
16. So Listen - Cody Simpson
17. The Walk - Mayer Hawthorne
18. Don't Wake Me Up - Chris Brown (New Entry)
19. Beez In The Trap - Nicki Minaj feat. 2 Chainz
20. Eyes Wide Open - Gotye

Back to the 90's (Boyzone)



Boyzone are an Irish boy band. Its most famous line-up was composed of Keith Duffy, Stephen Gately, Mikey Graham, Ronan Keating, and Shane Lynch.

"Love Me for a Reason"


"Key to My Life"


"So Good"


"Father and Son"


"Coming Home Now"


"Words"


"A Different Beat"


"Isn't It a Wonder"


"Mystical Experience"


"Picture of You"


"Baby Can I Hold You"


"All That I Need"


"No Matter What"


"I Love the Way You Love Me"


"When the Going Gets Tough"


"You Needed Me"


"Everyday I Love You"


"Love You Anyway"


"Better"


"Gave It All Away"


"Love Is a Hurricane"

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Playboy Gold (June 2011)





If you like photography and like to surprise yourself with the beauty of the world's most spectacular women, Playboy Gold is your magazine.


R18 Movies (Live Streaming)

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Magic 89.9 Magic Pop 30 (28 Jun 2012)


Magic Pop 30 - June 28, 2012
1. PAY PHONE - MAROON 5
2. CALL ME MAYBE - CARLY RAE JEPSEN
3. THE LAST SONG I'LL WRITE FOR YOU - DAVID COOK 
4. THE VISION OF LOVE - KRIS ALLEN 
5. WIDE AWAKE - KATY PERRY
6. BOYFRIEND - JUSTIN BIEBER 
7. SHADOW DAYS - JOHN MAYER 
8. DARK SIDE - KELLY CLARKSON 
9. WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN - RIHANNA
10. STARSHIPS - NICKI MINAJ 
11. HOW WE DO PARTY - RITA ORA
12. I WON'T GIVE UP - JASON MRAZ
13. NEVER CLOSE YOUR EYES - ADAM LAMBERT
14. SUMMER PARADISE - SIMPLE PLAN FT. SEAN PAUL
15. RIGHT BY MY SIDE – NICKI MINAJ FT. CHRIS BROWN 
16. BROKEN HEARTED - KARMIN 
17. ABUTAN - BAKESHOP 
18. DRUNK – ED SHERRAN 
19. WE ARE YOUNG - FUN FT. JANELLE MONAE 
20. LEGO HOUSE - ED SHEERAN 
21. IKOT NG MUNDO – BAMBOO 
22. THE FIGHTER – GYM CLASS HEROES FT. RYAN TEDDER 
23. SOMEBODY THAT I USED TO KNOW – GOTYE 
24. SCREAM - USHER 
25. SMILE – ROBIN NIEVERA
26. WHISTLE – FLO RIDA
27. FEEL SO CLOSE - CALVIN HARRIS 
28. SHOOTING STAR -OWN CITY
29. TITANIUM - DAVID GUETTA FT. SIA 
30. BACK TO LIFE - SEAN KINGSTON

Quadruplets



This mission is a sequel to our Human Mirror mission from 2008 where we had fifteen pairs of identical twins on the same subway car.

Synchronized Swimming

Improv Everywhere stages a synchronized swimming routine in washington square park for the 2004 athens olympics.


This is one of over 100 different missions Improv Everywhere has executed since 2001 in New York City. Others include Frozen Grand Central, the Food Court Musical, and the famous No Pants Subway Ride, to name a few. Visit the website to see tons of photos and video of all of our work, including behind the scenes information on how this video was made.


No Pants Subway Ride 2010

3,000 New Yorkers participate in the 2010 No Pants Subway Ride, riding pantless in 100 different train cars.
On Sunday, January 10th, 2010 over 5,000 people took off their pants on subways in 44 cities around the world. In New York, our 9th Annual No Pants! Subway Ride had over 3,000 participants, spread out over six meeting points and ten subway lines. Enjoy the video first and then go behind the scenes with our mission report and photos.







Train Generals: Agents Ace$Thugg, Fiedler, Good, Lathan, Lindquist, Reeves, Scordelis, Shafeek, Shafer
Digital Video: Agents Adams, Gross, Hambly, Haskel, Joseff, Marinconz, Mendoza, Nimkin, Nussbaum, Singh, Smolkin
Digital Photography: Agents Chigirev, Fountain, Hambly, Rosmarin, Scott, Sermoneta, Sokoler, ZapataIf you’re unfamiliar with No Pants, you might want to first read our history of The No Pants Subway Ride.


The crowd at Foley Square

After having 1,200 show up in a snow storm last year, we knew this year’s attendance would be huge. When Justin Timberlake is tweeting about it, you know it’s going to be big.


As each year passes, No Pants becomes more and more like a parade– a celebration of silliness. It’s more of an international holiday than a top secret prank, but we still do our best to divide up the masses so that the prank at least starts slow and subtle. To accomplish this we expanded No Pants this year from one meeting point to six.


I ran the downtown Manhattan meeting point along with three other megaphone wielding No Pants “Generals.” We divided our crowd up into four train lines (the 6, N, E, and 1.) Before we started I polled the audience to see who had been participating the longest, making people crouch as the years counted up. Agent McFluffster was the last standing (besides me), having participated for five years. He was randomly on the train as an “audience member” for No Pants 2005 and has been participating ever since!




Agent Good ran the Central Park location up near Harlem and divided his crowd between the A and 1 trains.


Central Park participants



Agent Ace$Thugg ran the Prospect Park Brooklyn location (F train.)


A family participating together at the Prospect Park spot



Agent Scordelis ran the Bushwick location (L train.)


Agent (Rob) Lathan ran the Astoria Queens location (N train.)


Agents Pavlovich and Purnell organize participants into car numbers



Agent Shafer ran the Flushing Queens location (7 train.) They met out at the old World’s Fairgrounds, in front of the Unisphere.


The first stop on the 6 train

The mission started the same way on each of the 100 cars we took over. One person stood up, removed their pants, and exited the train to wait on the platform for the next one. This left lots of nice moments with people by themselves in their underwear.




This was the first year that we used train lines that had outdoor sections. Participants in parts of Brooklyn and Queens had to wait out in the 28 degree cold for the next train to arrive.




As No Pants grows, the thing I am most proud of is the increased diversity. When No Pants started in 2002, it was seven white males in their early to mid twenties. As each year has passed, we’ve seen increased diversity in gender, age, and ethnicity. This was the first year that the participants looked like a true representation of New York City. Sure, it still skews young, with lots of student participation, but I saw several sets of mother/daughter teams, families, babies, and grandparents. We had dozens of high school kids from the Bronx participating as well as people who traveled from places like Mexico and The Netherlands just to experience No Pants in New York (and both of those countries had their own local rides!) Folks will probably still continue to dismiss No Pants as a “hipster” event, but they’re dead wrong.






Making a transfer



The individual choices and differences amongst participants are always fun.


Superman FTW



An agent in formal attire



Agent Corey, pregnant



A laptop user



Reading “Wrestling for Beginners”
(though he can’t be that much of a novice if he’s already won a belt!)



This guy was awesome

As usual we got a wide variety of reactions from the New Yorkers we encountered. Certainly more than a few had heard about it or even seen it before, but in a city of eight million (plus tourists), there will always be people having their first run-in with pantless train riders.








Masses of people transferring at Times Square

All of the train lines converged on Union Square at the end of the mission, which means that within a short stretch of time 3,000 pantless people passed through the station’s exit turnstiles. Although the mission really ends when you exit the train, for some participants the party has just begun. As in years past, many (if not most) participants chose to remain pantless in Union Square for hours. All sorts of random fun was created on the spot: dance battles, conga lines, duck duck goose, etc! Some folks kept their pants off for the rest of the night, taking the train home in their underwear after a night of pantless drinking and dining.


The masses above ground at Union Square



Posing for photos in the station post mission





You may remember that we had trouble with the police in 2006, but since then the NYPD has been wonderful towards us. This year they were in especially good spirits, laughing and posing for photos with participants at Union Square.




With thousands of people standing in Union Square in their underwear, some participants got the bright idea to get everyone to Look Up.


For the third year in a row, there was a counter-contingent. The “Pro Pants” group was back once again to try to convert us to their pants-based religion. They went all out this year with pamphlets, sandwich boards, and free pairs of pants. You can read Agent Eppink’s documentation of Pro Pants on his site.


Agent Eppink prosthelytizing



Do you need pants?

All of the No Pants Generals got together to take a group photo at the end. I can’t believe we had nine megaphones.



No Pants 2010 Subway Ride Generals
(L-R) Back: Agents Good, Todd, Shafer, Lindquist, Fiedler
Front: Agents Scordelis, Lathan, Ace$Thugg, Reeves



The prank lives on into the night, returning to the subtle nature of the beginning with people walking around all alone in their underwear.
While we were having our fun in New York, No Pants Subway (or Light Rail or Bus) Rides were also happening in 43 other cities in 16 different countries. I uploaded a highlight photo of each regional ride to flickr. Justine Bateman appears in the Los Angeles photo. I think that makes her our first celebrity No Pants participant, though several past participants have gone on to television fame. Their faces in photos of past years are like Easter eggs now. Anyway, it’s fun to see photos from people doing the same silly thing all over the world:
Finally, I’m not sure if Pete Wentz, the bassist for Fall Out Boy, ran into us in New York or Los Angeles, but either way, this cracked me up:


Mission Accomplished.