Picture of the Day
Pic of the Day: MTV Awards Actresses Sandra and Scarlett Kiss
Remember when kissing a girl meant you were GAY? It seems that if you are gay, Hollywood tells you that you are unsell-able but if you aren’t you can kiss a girl at anytime.
Pic of the Day: Buried Poster
With CD covers pretty much dead. Thanks digital delivery! The only thing we have to look forward to for media artwork is movie posters. This one is quite lovely! Good work always borrows inspiration. With a little HITCHCOCK being conjured up here, we may want to take a look at the film. BURIED opens on September 24th and featured Ryan Reynolds, a contractor in Iraq, who has been kidnapped and buried in a wooden box. Sounds juicy!
Pic of The Day: Chaz Bono’s new birthday
Chaz Bono officially changed his name and gender on May 6th. We wish Chaz the best of luck and Congratulations! Chaz is fortunate to complete what many transgender individuals on dream of. We continue to send love to all of our transgender fans.
Photo of Day: Picasso Masterpiece sold for record amount
A painting by Picasso has sold for more than 106-million dollars at Christie’s auction house in New York, a record for any work of art sold at auction.
The painting titled “Nude, Green Leaves and Bust” is the artists depiction of his mistress Marie-Therese Walter.
Art experts had predicted the painting would sell for more than 80-million dollars but a recovering art market caused the price to soar above the previous record holder.
That was Giacometti’s “Walking Man,” a sculpture that sold for more than 104-million dollars at Sotheby’s in London in February.
At least half-a-dozen people bid on the 1932 painting on Tuesday.
The winning bid of 106-million-482-thousand-500-dollars was taken by a Christie’s executive on the phone.
The name of the buyer hasn’t been disclosed.
The price included the auction house’s commission.
Photo of the Day: An Arizona Resident’s response to the immigration law
The new Arizona immigrant law debate is going grass roots with its opposition taking to the front lines. According to CBS News,
Opposition to the law grew Monday as opponents used refried beans to smear swastikas on the state Capitol, civil rights leaders and others demanded a boycott of the state, a petition drive began to put the measure to a public vote and the Obama administration weighed a possible legal challenge. Activists are planning a challenge of their own, hoping to block the law from taking effect by arguing that it encroaches on the federal government’s authority to regulate immigration and violates people’s constitutional rights by giving police too much power.
John McCain on the Immigration Bill.
Photo of Day: Vagina Cupcakes
Talk about empowering your Vagina. Eve Ensler, V-Day, will be proud. Visit http://www.vday.org/about
Photo of the Day: Jesus on Google
Jesus has once again been spotted on google maps.
Photo of the Day: Filipinos Nailed to the Cross
Tomorrow will be Easter for Christians an event observing Jesus’s rise from the tomb. Many will go to church and celebrate with their families. However, there are some Christians who have another way of celebrating- going to the cross themselves. Devout Filipinos are nailed to cross and whipped. What do you think?
Photo of the Day: Obama Rating
The latest CBS News Poll, conducted between March 29 and April 1, found Americans unhappier than ever with Mr. Obama’s handling of health care – and still worried about the state of the economy. Read More.
Picture of the Day: House Passes Health Care Reform: After 3 votes
On March 21st, Congress passed Healthcare reform. After it was passed, they voted on a Reconciliation to revise the bill per Republican changes largely based on Abortion, the vote failed. See how the votes shaked out when the historic vote was tallied.
34 Democrats voted against the bill. See how it all played out. VIEW THE VOTES STATE BY STATE