Archive for August, 2012

The Kardashians Finally Get What They Want As Kourtney Kardasian Breaks Up With Scott Disick

It seems like “The Kardashians” have finally gotten what they’ve been wishing over a span of 7 years, which is Kourtney Kardashian breaking up with party boy, boyfriend- Scott Disick. Sure, the guy is not perfect but neither is Kourtney. As far as I know from watching “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” from time to time, she is really hard on him and so is the rest of the family, which are also a bunch of hypocrites. First they criticize her for not getting married, but the whole entire time they’re against her relationship with him, so why even bring up marriage?

Apparently, Scott Disick was a hard partying dude, that really enjoyed drinking quite a bit. He tried to change but any little thing that he would do, that wouldn’t be so impressive to The Kardashians, they would start attacking the guy. How can such outbursts from an entire family be motivational? If that wasn’t enough, for over two years, Kourtney Kardashian won’t sleep on the same bed with him. What kind of crap is that? She’s distant and cold and men will eventually stray once a woman becomes so cold.

Naturally, I don’t think it’s right that Scott Disick was partying at clubs and hanging out with models while his girlfriend that had just given birth was at home alone with two babies and suffering from panic attacks. That’s just no good, but I think if both of them put a little effort from both their ends they can make the relationship work and breaking up won’t be necessary. Moreover, they can symbolically give all the sisters and Kardsahians the middle finger. Those people really need to mind their own business. They all have problems but have decided that Kourtney Kardashian has the biggest one- being Scott Disick the father of their two babies.

As of now, none of them have done anything that cannot be fixed. From all The Kardashians, despite their problems they seem to be the most genuine and down to Earth. You can tell that Kourtney loves him being a party boy- that’s what initially turned her on to him. He just needs to tone it down a little bit and she needs to loosen up more, once she starts feeling better. Finally, they both have to tell her family to back off and mind their own business!

 

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Twin Peaks Annual Festival For David Lynch Heads

It’s truly mind boggling how a show such as Twin Peaks still has a steady fan base which unites each year as they celebrate Twin Peaks and it’s anniversary. On the other hand, I’m not surprised- I’m a die hard fan myself which discovered Twin Peaks via a friend when I first watch Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me at 14- It forever changed my life and the way I viewed television. After watching Fire Walk With Me, I just had to check out the series- Twin Peaks. Once I did, I was forever hooked on Twin Peaks and anything associated with David Lynch.

Fire Walk With Me was based on the original series and served as the series prequel. In the movie, David Lynch and Mark Frost, mainly used all the original, quirky, interesting characters from the show, as well as almost all the same actors. However, if you think the show was off beat and dark, the movie will haunt you as you watch Laura Palmer, played by (Sheryl Lee) discover her very own secrets and go on a downward spiral fumed by drugs, sex and this awful feeling that she was, indeed going to die very soon.

The Twin Peaks series takes place during the aftermath of Laura Palmer’s death. The characters are especially strange, funny, preoccupied with donuts, pies and coffee and devastated by the death of Laura Palmer. FBI Special Agent- “Dale Cooper,” played by (Kyle MacLachlan) comes into the small town of Twin Peaks in Washington to explore deeper into the cause of death of Laura Palmer. Dale is special because he’s psychic or clairvoyant. He dreams and crosses parallel universes that clue him into what’s going to happen next or what could have happened.

It just makes me feel peachy king when I realize that Twin Peaks is still relevant today, though the series was first broadcasted on April 8, 1990 on ABC…It lasted for two seasons until it’s cancellation. But Twin Peaks has lived on, thanks to the awesome fans of Twin Peaks and David Lynch. Collectibles and fan art of Twin Peaks are made and sold each year at the Twin Peaks Festival. Fans such as Franny Fluffer have kept it relevant as she is the producer of The Pink Room: David Lynch Burlesque. She also, performs there. “The Pink Room” idea comes from a club that Laura Palmer went to in Fire Walk With Me to hook up with older men, have sex and score cocaine, as she had a pretty pesty habit at the tender age of 17.

Still, Twin Peaks is as epic as Star Trek and Star Wars. Fans will dress as the characters and mimic rooms displayed on Twin Peaks. They’ll fill tables with lavish displays of donuts, pies and of course, coffee. It’s truly moving and great to know that though Twin Peaks is something of the past, it is still very much relevant to the present. Laura Palmer will forever remain “wrapped in plastic,” but her tragic demise will forever keep Twin Peaks alive.

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