G20 journalist threatened with rape by Canadian police, woman stripped searched by male police – VIDEO

Toronto, Canada – According to Amy Miller, an independent journalist she was threatened with rape and "gangbangs" after being arrested at the G20.

Toronto, Canada – According to Amy Miller, an independent journalist she was threatened with rape and “gangbangs” after being arrested at the G20. She also reveals how woman were searched by male police officers and one woman had a finger shoved in her private parts. Other accounts sound similar of things that would happen in places like Iran, not Canada.

 

VIDEO – Beach oil chaos, oil stuck to child’s feet, dissolved oil a bigger threat

Destin Beach, Floriday – This video shows the true extent of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and how people are ignoring the dangers of the oil. The oil poses a massive health risk especially whe

Destin Beach, Floriday – This video shows the true extent of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and how people are ignoring the dangers of the oil. The oil poses a massive health risk especially when swimming in the water where the oil is still washing out on the beaches.

The video from “ CopperTheRabbitDog’s YouTube channel” shows thick blobs of oil baking in the sun just meters away from children playing when he walks over to a child with oil stuck on her feet, she’s crying “get it off”. The oil is everywhere and the worst part is, which also was confirmed today that most of the oil can not be seen.

The worst part is that Researchers at the University of West Floriday said that the water near Pensacola and Perdido Key is covered with oil as it tested positive for dissolved oil.

There are very confusing reports as well, conflicting warning say whether people can or cant swim in these water. Clearly by looking at this video it seems like that might not be the best idea.

Already more than 400 people seeked medical care for respiratory problems, headaches and other issues at Escambia County Beaches.

The Smurfs – Teaser Movie trailer

Animation has come a long way since the Smurfs featured on the big screen for the first time in 1965.

Animation has come a long way since the Smurfs featured on the big screen for the first time in 1965. Back then it was a 87 minute black and white animated film called Les Aventures des Schtroumpfs that consisted of five shorts and it was all in German. Who would have guest that Belgium was the birth place of one of the most endeared cartoon characters for the past 30 or so years. As many who was born in the 80’s I loved the Smurfs, it was a treat when ever we had the opportunity to watch it. I would never have guessed the beginnings of the Smurfs was so uncommercial.

It started out with cartoonist Peyo asked his colleague and friend Andre Franquin to pass him the salt but momentarily forgot what salt meant in French and so asked him to pass the Schtroumpf. Then Franquin replied by teasing Peyo ‘Here’s the Schtroumpf – when you are done schtroumpfing, schtroumpf it back’ and so they continued to talk the rest of the weekend. Peyo then decided to create a cartoon character to add to his Franco-Belgian comic series Johan et Pirlouit who based in the middle ages, Johan was a page that served the king. The first time the Schtroumphs (Smurfs) appeared they helped Johan find a magic flute, it was featured in the Spirou, Belgium magazine, on 23 October 1958. They became so popular a year later they had their own cartoon. Hanna-Barbera Productions took the cartoon two decades later, translated it to The Smurfs. So was the English television series born that we all knew and loved, first seen on NBC in 1981.

Now it is just in time for the next generation to learn the Smurf’s language and characteristics, it is being brought to us in 3D in a featured film. The teaser trailer has been released giving us a taste of what’s coming. All our favourites will return even old Gargamel their idiotic evil enemy is there.

The evil wizard Gargamel has chased the blue Smurfs out of their village by accident they end up in our world, in the middle of Central Park. Now they have to find a way home before Gargamel tracks them down.

The Smurfs 2011 TRAILER :

I am so glad they kept the Smurfs appearance similar to the 80’s version just a bit more defined and the hair actually moves. But as you can see this is truly just a teaser.

Voices of the cast of the Smurfs

* Jonathan Winters as Papa Smurf
* Katy Perry as Smurfette
* Alan Cumming as Gutsy Smurf
* George Lopez as Grouchy Smurf
* Gary Basaraba as Hefty Smurf
* Anton Yelchin as Clumsy Smurf
* Fred Armisen as Brainy Smurf
* John Oliver as Vanity Smurf
* Paul Reubens as Jokey Smurf
* Kenan Thompson as Greedy Smurf
* B. J. Novak as Baker Smurf
* Jeff Foxworthy as Handy Smurf
* Wolfgang Puck as Chef Smurf 

Unfortunately it is quite the wait until it will be released, the release date is only on third of August 2011.

Shakira delivers @ 2010 Fifa World Cup Opening

There where a lot of people who complained that Shakira was si

There where a lot of people who complained that Shakira was singing the official song for Fifa World Cup grand opening – Waka Waka. Shakira has officially silenced the critics by delivering a awesome opening performance starting the night in high note. Here are all three songs performed by Shakira.

Shakira – Waka Waka – Live – Fifa Worldcup 2010 Concert

Shakira – She Wolf Live @ Kick-Off Concert of FIFA World Cup in South Africa – forward to two minutes into the video, that’s when the performance starts

Shakira – Hips Don’t Lie – FIFA™ World Cup 2010 Celebration (HQ)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NASA Photo – Oil continues to stream from Gulf of Mexico oil spill

 The oil spill that is not exactly a oil spill continues to stream out of the hole in the ocean floor.

The oil spill that is not exactly a oil spill continues to stream out of the hole in the ocean floor. According to the last information we have the oil spill should stream out until August as they cant stop it before then.

This NASA image shows the latest view of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill from space and can also be seen in Google Earth if you have file we wrote about earlier.

 

 

Beneath scattered clouds, streaks and ribbons of oil brightened the reflection of the Sun off the Gulf of Mexico in this photo-like satellite image from May 31, 2010. Oil is visible 355 kilometers (221 miles) southwest of the site of the damaged, leaking Deepwater Horizon well. (For perspective, this distance would be like an oil leak in New York City that spread southwest as far as Washington, D.C., or a leak in Las Vegas that spread to Los Angeles.) The streaks of oil in the southwest corner of the image are on the order of 2 kilometers (1 mile) wide.

Photo-like satellite images are not a perfect tool for detecting oil on the surface of water. Outside of the sunglint area (the part of the satellite image where the mirror-like reflection of the Sun is blurred into a wide, washed out strip by waves), the oil may be imperceptible against the dark background of the water. Scientists and disaster responders in the Gulf are combining photo-like satellite images and aircraft and shipboard observations with weather and ocean current models to predict the spread of oil.

This image of the Gulf of Mexico was captured by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite on May 31, 2010.

NASA image courtesy the MODIS Rapid Response Team. Caption by Rebecca Lindsey.