Posted: August 22nd, 2011 | Author: Diana Detaux | Filed under: Blip, Diana Detaux, Diana Detox, Kiss My . . ., Love and Other Drugs, Naked and Nude, Not Porn, Ramble, Socially Engineered, They Said What | Tags: Beejoli Shah, Django Unchained, Finance, Friendsicles, hilarity ensues, I meet Quentin Tarantino, Insurance, Jamie Foxx, Kira O’Connor, Quentin Tarantino, Quentin Tarantino Sucked My Toes | Comments Off on They Said What!? Beejoli Shah: "Quentin Tarantino Sucked My Toes!"
So, friendsicles: how many of you had the email from “beejoli” forwarded to you this morning and have subsequently sent it along to others? thousand, we’re betting!? Its validaty remains unknown but we do know Gawker is dutifully trying to track down “beejoli” to see if her random night with the notoriously foot-loving director is on the up. We have a sneaky suspicion this is simply the Hollywood PR wheels turning. Tarantino’s next film Django Unchained is due for release in the not so distant future. Is Hollywood just reminding us to Not Forget our favorite Director, an odd insurance perhaps, we know it’s not a fundraiser, Tarantino has secured finance on the flick? Here’s the email, judge for yourselves and please pass along any information about it, pretty please.
————— Forwarded message —————
From: Beejoli Shah
Date: Mon, Jun 13, 2011 at 11:24 PM
Subject: I meet Quentin Tarantino, hilarity ensues
To: Kira O’Connor
You are either getting this e-mail because I’ve promised I would tell you this story and haven’t yet, you’re besties with someone I used to hook up with, or because my need for attention and adulation has reached such an all time high that I decided to pick 15 of you at random to listen to this story (most likely explanation), but all the same, below is the (in)famous but true story of how I met Quentin Tarantino…Adam and Ethan, I’ll be expecting your short film script of this in my inbox in the next couple of weeks…
WARNING CONTAINS ADULT THEME! Read the full article »»»»
Posted: March 7th, 2011 | Author: Diana Detaux | Filed under: Kiss My . . ., Love and Other Drugs, Naked and Nude, Not Porn, NSFW! | Tags: Celebrity News, Finance, Insurance, jenna jameson, Kobe Loves Jenna, naked, Naked and Nude, not porn, NSFW!, nude, porn, security, Star | Comments Off on Why Jenna Jameson Quit Porn
Jenna Jameson, who hasn’t starred in an adult film since Kobe Loves Jenna, JJ told W Magazine in its latest issue that she will no longer get penetrated by men or women on camera.
The reason? KIDS! Apparently the actress has walked away from the spotlight completely – except of course for the W interview – JJ reckons she has refused to even do scantily clad covers . . .
“I’m a normal girl with all the same worries and insecurities. I just happen to have done porn.”
Jenna is now shacked up with partner Tito Ortiz in Huntington Beach, California. The couple have had a rocky relationship, rumours of domestic violence. In April 2010 Jenna Jameson dialed a 911 blurting something about a brawl?
Orange County District Attorney’s office didn’t bring charges against Ortiz for the pair’s blowup in April that left Jenna in bandages and him in jail The reason: “Insufficient corroboration.”
Basically, Jameson – the only witness – took back her allegations, leaving no evidence with which to prosecute Ortiz :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: January 11th, 2010 | Author: M.Aaron Silverman | Filed under: China | Tags: Bank of China, china, China Lending, Finance | Comments Off on Lending Doubled by China’s Banks
Chinese banks made about 600 billion yuan – $US95 billion – in new loans in the first week of 2010, the Economic Information Daily reported on Monday. This surge in loans, nearly twice as much as the monthly average in the last half of 2009, could prompt the central bank to step up credit controls, it added. The newspaper, which is published by the official Xinhua News Agency, did not identify its source.
Chinese banks traditionally rush to book loans in January to boost their full-year interest earnings, and part of their haste now probably also stems from fears that officials will soon slam shut the door on lending.
The People’s Bank of China pushed up the yield on its three-month bills by four basis points last Thursday, signalling the start of a gradual tightening of excess liquidity that will eventually lead to higher policy rates :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: July 9th, 2009 | Author: M.Aaron Silverman | Filed under: Bailout, Business News | Tags: Banking Crisis, Business, Finance, gfc, Global Financial Crisis | Comments Off on Global Financial Crisis, What Crisis?
An Entrepreneur once shared some solid financial advice with me ” Bean counters should not be allowed to decide how you make or spend your money, they should be restricted to counting it” This in mind, perhaps if bean counters focused a little harder on their task, the media would be less filled with words like recession or global downturn.Specifics are what is required in times of financial woe, presently we seem to be far off the mark on all predictions of where economies are headed. In Australia, China and even the USA, all numbers are pointing up. Does all this imply that Governments getting us into debt was mislead, or did it stop the ship from sinking? The world Financial Crisis retitled might have had a more positive flavour for punters.
Global Banking Crisis has a less bitter sound to most consumers. Housing, Employment and Retail – including consumer confidence – have been less than slightly effected by the crisis. Banks on the other hand are now suffering a lack of capital, though ask ANZ and they’d stoutly disagree, as well as extremely low interest rates. Not that we’ve had profit downgrades from any of the big four? The share market, though down is still making buckets of money for those intent on looking at the specifics of why one investment is superior to another?
The down side of all this is the tight times for business, commercial loans & commercial property values have taken a proper battering. This may add about to inflict a financial crisis after all. Without sufficient operating capital, manufacturing will need to start rationalising. The price of finished goods will rise, unemployment will start to lift etc…
I guess the point is that whacking a dog with a big stick does not have the same effect as spending time working out why it won’t listen to you?