Category Archives: Entertainment

People Leaving the US if Trump Wins?

The list is getting longer…do these celebrities realize the idea of them leaving is an incentive for many Trump supporters to get out to the polls?

George Stephanopoulos, former Communications Director for Bill Clinton’s White House, current “journalist” for ABC News says he’s moving to Australia. I’m sure he’s used his investigative reporter skills to look into Australia’s immigration policies. (This is a joke, I don’t think he has any investigative skills, just a desire to push personal opinion as facts.) Barbra Streisand is also threatening/promising to move to Australia. Or maybe Canada.

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Best Group Deal Sites?

  1. LivingSocial – Online marketplace with deals for restaurants, personal care, trips, events, and shopping.
  2. Groupon – Connects local merchants with people looking for deals on shopping, travel, spas, and activities.
  3. Woot! – Daily deals and limited time specials for electronics, sporting goods, accessories, computers, tools, wine, gifts, and original t-shirts.
  4. Tee Fury – The best in pop culture t-shirts, hoodies, skirts, and posters. Features daily specials for new limited edition designs.
  5. Deal Flicks – Movie tickets up to 60% off.
  6. Fab – a design focused company offering fun and unique products including clothing, jewelry, gadgets and adult toys.
  7.  Gilt – Membership shopping site for luxury designer label merchandise.
  8. Slickdeals – Online community that shares, reviews and rates coupons and other online sales deals.
  9. Yipit – When you don’t have time to visit all of those individually, use this to search and browse every deal, coupon and discount in your city from Groupon, LivingSocial, Yelp and 800+ others.
  10. Restaurant.com – Save up to 50% off at participating restaurants in the U.S.
  11. TravelZoo – Global travel deal site with specials on airfare, hotels, cruises, car rentals, tours, and activities.

Middle Ages’ elements in Shrek?

When Shrek, directed by Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson, first came out in 2001, the movie was viewed as a children’s film. Now that it has been 14 years since the movie was first released, there’s been plenty of time to dig deeper into what Shrek truly stands for: a humorous way of looking at romanticism in the Middle Ages. This movie is more of a parody of the genre of Middle Ages’ romance than anything else.  Although Shrek is not anywhere close to being a near-perfect hero, which is usually what the stories of the Middle Ages’ genre has, the movie does have an evil enemy (Lord Farquod), a quest (saving Princess and bringing her back to Dulac), and supernatural elements.

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