My son put himself in place of Robert Palmer in the photo of mannekins, for a band poster. Now check this out (it was one of those Facebook shareable things.)
Remember last election cycle? There were all those sites where you could make your own Obama-type poster? (Now there would be phone apps.) Here is one that was posted this morning by a local film maker.
The person who posted this called it "Today's Frothy Mix":
TP, head of Family Research Council, claims that homosexual activists are the "biggest threat to the Empire" in this Star Wars video game. There are now 300 pages of freaked-out parent comments, etc. on the game's website.
The website for the game states:
“Same gender romances with companion characters in Star Wars: The Old Republic will be a post-launch feature,” the company wrote. “Because The Old Republic is an MMO, the game will live on through content expansions which allow us to include content and features that could not be included at launch, including the addition of more companion characters who will have additional romance options.”
It's like Italy, where Berlusconi practically owned the media! & the richest guy in Mexico (and the world) owns practically all the telecom for the entire country. Oh, and we can't forget Rupert Murdoch, who controls much of the spew for the English-speaking world (& moving into S. America & Asia.) Tie up the media & propagandize your way in (as well as buy your way in.)
So . Bain Capital owns CLEAR CHANNEL!
Former Politico.com reporter Ben Smith, now the editor-in-chief of BuzzFeed, called out Rush Limbaugh on Thursday for defending Romney and Bain Capital without disclosing that his employer is owned by the candidate’s firm. “Talk radio king Rush Limbaugh has emerged as a key defender of Mitt Romney’s tenure at Bain Capital, where — his Republican and Democratic critics charge — layoffs at companies Bain owned should be blamed on Romney,” noted Smith. “But Limbaugh hasn’t mentioned his own tie to the venture capital firm: Bain owns Clear Channel Communications, whose subsidiary inked a $400 million, eight-year syndication deal with Limbaugh in 2008.”