• Justin Bieber Publicly Flirting To Get Back At Selena Gomez And Orlando Bloom

    Fans freaked out in a good way when Selena Gomez was seeing getting off an airplane steps ahead of rumored love interest Orlando Bloom this week, and it looks like fans weren’t the only ones who noticed the pair together!

    Selena’s ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber hasn’t publicly commented on Selena and Orlando’s spotting, however he DID publicly flirt with a model in California when he knew paparazzi cameras were on him. We wonder if Justin did this to get back at Selena!
    Justin spotted model Jacqueline Younis in the middle of a photo shoot, and he pulled his car over to the side of the road and called her over to his window. He then told her she looked like Disney Princess Jasmine. What a great compliment!
    Selena has yet to comment on Justin’s public flirting!

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  • Justin Bieber tells a random girl on the street that she ‘looks like Princess Jasmine’ – WATCH

    He can show her the wooorld, shining, shimmering, spleeendid
    You have to admit that when it comes to the ladies, Justin Bieber is smoother than extra smooth peanut butter, and he’s been showing off his very best chat up lines with err… a random girl on the street, by telling her she looked like a Disney princess.It seems as though Biebs always has a stream of ladies lined up and we’ve always assumed that he probably just gives them a bouquet made of $100 bills, but we’ve finally been able to see him in action for the first time, and it’s fair to say he brought his A-GAME. Aladdin game, that is.

    Model Jacqueline Younis was swanning around the streets of Beverly Hills in a very swooshy dress for a posh photoshoot, when a shiny Rolls Royce pulled over next to her, and actual Justin Bieber poked his little head out. AGH.It turns out that he’d spotted her from a distance as she posed up a storm on the pavement, and instructed his driver to park up nearby so that he could chat to her and unleash his manly charms with the most magical chat-up line ever.Caught on video, Justin is practically drooling on his chinny chin chin, and can be heard telling Jacqueline “You look like Princess Jasmine”, before asking her to take a picture with him. Possibly to stick in his Disney scrapbook.

    We’d actually say that Jacqueline looks more like Kim Kardashian’s long lost twin rather than Prinny Jas, and we’re not sure whether this is all super cute and goofy, or the most vomit-worthy pulling technique ever. Hmmm.Have a watch of Justin being a smooth criminal and marvel at his Disney Princess knowledge. Maybe he’ll buy her a tiger to win her affection:

    A video posted by Jacqueline Younis (@younisvonyounison) on Oct 10, 2014 at 8:54pm PDT

    Heeee can show her the woooorld, shining, shimmering, spleeeendid. Tell him princess now when did you last let your heart deciiiiiide.What do you think of Justin’s Disney-themed pulling techniques? Would it work on you? Let us know in the comments below please, you lovely bunch of coconuts.
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  • Animation Round-Up

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  • The blind ultrarunner: ‘I’m going to run from Boston to New York’

    Simon Wheatcroft in training. Photograph: Harry Page/REX/Harry Page/REX

    Hi, Simon. When is your next race? I’m running the New York marathon on 2 November. But before that, I’m going to run from Boston to New York. It’s 221 miles and I’m going to run it over nine days. And then I’ll do the marathon.
    Wow. And who will you have as a guide runner for that? I’ll be running with different people all along the way. I’m using Twitter to connect with local people along the route who have promised to come out and help me, to make sure I don’t run into a lamppost or some roadworks.
    Do you trust all these random people not to lead you astray? Well, I did until you said that! I’ve never had any problems. I’ve been running with strangers since 2010 and they’ve all been brilliant. With the help of Airbnb, on this run I’m going to be staying with local people overnight all along the way from Boston to New York, so I’ll get to know some of them really well.
    The whole experience of meeting new people is partly why I run. I love to hear about their lives. Running is often seen as a solo pursuit, but in a race, people come out to run with me, sometimes at two o’clock in the morning – it’s inspiring.
    But you also run sometimes without a guide at all. How does that work? Sometimes it’s difficult to align schedules with guide runners, so I have to run alone.
    I once tried to climb a mountain, but I had to quit because I couldn’t see, so I was trying to think what I could do. Running seemed as though it might be accessible, so I went out and tried it.
    First, I just ran along a straight bit of road, but eventually I memorised a three-mile loop around roads on the land of Robin Hood airport near where I live just outside Doncaster. I use the Runkeeper app to help me work out how far I am along the route, and I just memorise the rest. I once ran 30 miles along it in one go, and 50 miles over two days, so you get to know it pretty well after all that.
    What will be the biggest challenge on your run from Boston to New York? Making sure I don’t get injured. I’m going to try to have an ice bath after each day [he'll be running roughly 25 miles a day] at local schools. That’s the thing I’m most scared of – the ice baths.
    What’s your favourite place to run? The most magical place I’ve run was in Central Park in New York after the marathon was cancelled in 2012. I was running with a friend along the Hudson river and we decided to cross the freeway to Central Park. When we got arrived, there were 10,000 people all running together in a big loop. We just slipped into the flow and joined them.
    That will probably never be repeated, that many people just spontaneously running together, not in a race.
    Did you run as a child? No, I was overweight and idle. I was not into sport. I used to play cricket but I didn’t know I was losing my sight, so I just thought everyone was a really fast bowler. But my son, who is four, runs. He is going to run the last mile to New York with me.
    Do you have any tips for other blind people inspired to take up running? Running can often be about the pursuit of best times, but that’s not always where enjoyment is found. My advice is take your time, have fun, don’t get tied down worrying about how long it takes.
    Do you ever run to music? All the time. Usually to Haim, or Alt-J. I actually like running to chilled music rather than upbeat stuff. And sometimes, because my son uses my iPod too, I find myself running to Jake and the Neverland Pirates!
    What’s the worst thing about running? It can be difficult to find the time. Trying to squeeze in a four to five-hour run around everything else means I sometimes have to get up very early. Maybe I should run faster!
    What’s your favourite post-race treat? Well, after I finish the New York marathon, I’ll probably drink a lot of alcohol. But of course that’s not good for running, so usually, after training, I drink a lot of chocolate milk.
    Have you ever run barefoot? In the early days I owned a pair of Vibrams [minimalist running shoes], but it was too dangerous for me to run in something without a toe box, I could easily break my toe. So now I run in shoes with a strong toe box.
    What is your greatest achievement in running? Running 150m by myself down the open road the first time. That made me realise it was possible. It will be hard to beat that moment for me.
    And finally, who is the greatest runner ever? Alan Turing.
    The codebreaker? Yes. You know he almost had the Olympic qualifying time for the marathon? Or Rosie Swale Pope. She ran around the world at 58. That’s 20,000 miles, unsupported. Amazing.

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  • Save 40% off Halloween costumes at Kmart

    Totally Ghoul Tiger Girl Girls’ Halloween Costume $15.30 (Reg. $29.99)
    Save 40% off over 5,000 Halloween costumes at Kmart through Saturday, October 25. Make your trick or treaters the scariest, prettiest, funniest or most amazing ever this Halloween. Choose from Kmart’s selection of Disney characters, superheroes, video game characters and movie favorites. With many costumes reduced to less than $20, give the children an evening of fun as a Transformer, bumblebee, Mario, Spider-Man, Jasmine, Aurora, Angry Bird or Tinkerbell .
    Featured for Halloween are infant and toddler costumes for $16, girls’ costumes and capes for $17, boys’ costumes for $21 and men’s and women’s costumes for only $24. Add witch hats, brooms and other accessories for $7.99-$19.99.
    Despicable Me is an especially cute costume for toddler boys. Done in green with one big eye and jagged teeth, it’s sure to bring a smile and a bag filled with treats. Girls will love being a Disney princess with a fancy satin skirt and plenty of ribbons and bows. Even Moms can get in on the fun as a tall pink Crayola crayon or a happy green M&M. It’s only one night a year, and the parties are over too soon. Happy Halloween to trick or treaters of all ages!
    View the slideshow for a selection of Halloween favorites for girls and boys.
    If you just want to add a touch of Halloween without a costume, save 50% off women’s and juniors’ Halloween tees and Halloween costume jewelry.
    Also sale priced at Kmart this week are:
    Up to 25% off Northwest Territory men’s apparel
    30% off Route 66 men’s faux leather outerwear
    20% off men’s team sports apparel
    Up to 25% off Route 656 young men’s apparel
    Wrangler men’s long sleeve sport shirts $14.99 (Reg. $19.99)
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    25% off women’s Basic Editions apparel
    Basic Editions classic fit denim for misses $16.99 (Reg. $19.99)
    25% off Everlast Sport activewear for women
    30% off Route 66 women’s apparel
    Route 66 classic fit misses’ denim $19.99 (Reg. $21.99)
    25% off women’s outerwear and cold weather accessories
    Up to 30% off Wonderkids and character apparel for girls and boys
    30% off Small Wonders apparel for infants and toddlers
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    Shop Your Way members spend $50 or more at Kmart and get a coupon for thirty cents off per gallon to redeem at your local BP.
    Kmart is located at 7325 Two Notch Road and 99 North Arrowwood Road in Columbia.
    To see Kmart’s complete selection of sales or to place an order online visit Kmart’s website.
    As always, maximize your style and minimize your spending~

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  • ‘We are more than disabled people': Gutsy girl band with a difference, including a pitch-perfect blind singer, release catchy anti-Disney princess single

    The Sisters Of Invention are a girl group from Adelaide
    They all have learning disabilities but they also all have fantastic voices
    They write all their own music from personal experiences, including the time a teacher told Annika’s parents she would never be able to learn
    The catchy alternative tune, This Isn’t Disneyland, aims to show how people with disabilities aren’t ‘novelties’
    The band’s producer Michael Ross says the girls sing ‘gutsy, blatantly honest, emotionally mature songs’ and they sing them ‘beautifully’
    By Sarah Dean for Daily Mail Australia
    Published: 20:51 EST, 23 October 2014 | Updated: 03:36 EST, 24 October 2014

    A gutsy girl group with a difference have unveiled their first music video which aims to challenge the way intellectually disabled people are often treated like ‘little kids’.
    The five stars of The Sisters Of Invention all have learning disabilities, ranging from Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, blindness, a mild intellectual disability and Williams Syndrome.
    They also all have fantastic voices – with Annika, who is blind, possessing pitch-perfectness, a skill envied by musicians around the world and singer Aimee’s Williams Syndrome working in her favour, with hyper-musicality an attribute of her disability.
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    The Sisters Of Invention have released their first professional music video called This Isn’t Disneyland

    Aimee, dressed as Snow White, has Williams Syndrome which gives her hyper-musicality

    All girl group with disabilities release inspiring music video

    In their first professionally produced release called This Isn’t Disneyland, Aimee, 28, is dressed as Snow White, Annika, 28, is Cinderella, Caroline, 29, is Tinkerbell, Jackie, 25, is Pocahontas and Michelle, 24, is Rapunzel – but it is no fairy-tale dress up competition, they are making a clever point.
    In the catchy electro-pop tune the Adelaide-based band sing: ‘This isn’t Disneyland I’m not a novelty this is a real as it gets.’
    ‘Sometimes people treat us like we are little kids. We wanted to say we are not; we are more than disabled people. The video goes to show we are not novelties,’ Aimee told Daily Mail Australia.
    ‘We are here to change opinions of disabled people in general,’ she added.
    The band’s producer Michael Ross, who worked with the five women to write the songs on their upcoming album, said people have been surprised by the video.

    Annika is Cinderella (far left), Aimee is dressed as Snow White (second left), Michelle is Rapunzel (centre), Caroline is Tinkerbell (first right) and Jackie is Pocahontas (far right)

    Jackie, 25, who is dressed as Pocahontas in the video, has Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. She wrote a brave song about heartbreak for the band’s album after her cousin committed suicide

    Annika, who is blind with a mild intellectual disability, is pitch-perfect and can identify any note she hears

    Caroline, who has Cerebral Palsy and a mild intellectual disability, is Tinkerbell in the video

    Michelle, who has Cerebral Palsy with a mild intellectual disability, is Rapunzel. In the video she cuts off the Disney character’s famous long blonde locks

    ‘When people think about a girl group with learning disabilities they paint a picture in their mind straight away.
    ‘But when they watch it they see it is not “second class”, they see it’s not “s**t” and they are surprised and they are like “oh my god I actually like this.”, he explained.

    Producer Michael Ross worked with the band to write the songs and create an album

    ‘We want people to really like it and get something out of it.’
    Michael has been working with the band for four years, to get them to the point where their natural musical talents have created broadcast standard records.
    The Sisters Of Invention describe their music as alternative pop and they write all of their songs from personal experience – both the happy and the heartbreaking.
    One of the brave stories of how they wrote their songs comes from Jackie, who has Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
    During the writing of their tenth song, she came into the studio with the heartbreaking news that her cousin who was ‘as close as a sister to her’ had committed suicide. She was just 14-years-old.
    ‘Heidi had lived with us since she was a baby and committed suicide. We weren’t expecting it. So we wrote a song about Heidi, it’s called Tsunami Of Kites,’ Jackie said.
    ‘For a singer-songwriter to sit down and be brave enough to use that story and that experience in a song is incredible.
    ‘To put your ultimate truth and honesty directly in to those lyrics, there is nothing childish about it,’ Michael explained.
    Meanwhile, Annika used the time when her school principal told her parents she would never be able to learn anything as the basis of another song.
    Michael said when people talk about intellectual disability they start saying words like ‘retard’ and ‘infantile’.
    ‘They think that you will forever be a child. So for these girls to actually be singing gutsy, blatantly honest, emotionally mature songs and to sign them so beautifully that in itself is enough to make people go “oh”.’

    The Sisters Of Invention describe their music as alternative pop and they write all of their songs from personal experience

    They perform around 20-30 paid gigs every year and are set to release their first album in February

    The women have all been singing separately for years but got together as a group three years ago

    He hopes that next time people talk to someone with a learning disability they instead think ‘I have no idea what your are capable of, you might be able to do something just as amazing as The Sisters Of Invention’.
    ‘Here are five women who actually have a career as singer song-writers,’ he added.
    The women have all been singing separately for years but got together as a group three years ago and named their band The Sisters of Invention ‘because we are all sisters and support each other and that’s what friends do,’ Aimee explained.
    Annika added: ‘We are reinventing the rules of how people see us and so people can see us for what we are capable of instead of what we are not.’
    The Sisters of Invention are from an Adelaide-based arts organisation called TUTTI, which gave them a chance to develop themselves professionally. Follow The Sisters Of Invention on Facebook and download their first single on iTunes.

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  • Disney Junior Live! to preform in SIU Arena

    CARBONDALE — Disney Junior Live! is on tour and will perform the Pirate and Princess Adventure at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Nov. 9 in the SIU Arena. The deadline to order tickets is at 11 a.m. Nov. 5.
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  • CCT’s YouTheatre Company Presents THE TRIAL OF THE BIG BAD WOLF This Weekend

    He’s one of the most vilified characters in all of story-dom. Accused of eating everything from little pigs to little girls. But is The Big Bad Wolf a deranged sociopath or just the victim of revisionist history and “the liberal media?” Help decide as The Peanut Butter and Jelly Players of Columbia Children’s Theatre (CCT) present The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf this weekend, October 24 – 26, with shows Friday at 7:00 pm, Saturday at 11:00 am and 3:00 pm, and Sunday at 3:00 pm.
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    Penned by former New York playwright Claudia Aldamuy this fairy tale fantasy digs deep into what really happened to all of the wolf’s “alleged” victims. And the jury? Every Disney princess, with a little help from you the audience.
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    The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf runs October 24-26 with shows Friday at 7:00 pm, Saturday at 11:00 am and 3:00 pm, and Sunday at 3:00 pm. General admission tickets are $10 regular admission and $8 for active military and seniors with proper ID. Advance ticket purchases are strongly recommended and may be purchased securely on-line at columbiachildrenstheatre.com.
    Columbia Children’s Theatre is a professional resident not-for-profit theatre dedicated to providing quality live theatre experiences for families and young audiences, and is supported in part by the City of Forest Acres, The Cultural Council of Richland and Lexington Counties and the South Carloina Arts Commission, which receives funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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    Mmegi Online :: Vigilant ‘Turtle’ power brings the city to a halt

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    This great storyline and screenplay makes this movie one of the best films of 2014.
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