Ok guys as you can guess from the name of my channel this is gonna be about conspiracies, and while I do have a team for traveling and investigative of more paranormal conspiracies Jenkins, and Joey, they are under house right now for a few days due to traveling out of state (since this corona virus fear) but we will do investigations on paranormal conspiracies once my teammates are cleared to leave again.
YouTube vlogger Lillee Jean Trueman is no stranger to controversy. She is most notably known for allegedly purchasing most of her Instagram following, as well as some of her YouTube fans. If you've followed this internet celebrity at all over the past few months, you're probably well-aware of the antics of her and her momager Laur Trueman. From censoring bloggers and threatening people on social media, the mother-daughter-duo is quite a team -- such a team that it's hard to tell who's doing a better job of ruining Lillee's reputation. If you thought the follower-fiasco was bad, the latest news in Lillee Jean's saga is downright shocking. Now the young YouTuber is being accused of promoting child-adult romance to the few authentic fans that she has -- many of which are presumably underage.
The rise of e-books is something that is already impacting the world of literature. The digitization of books is devaluing literature because it is taking money out of the pocket of professional authors. It allows nonprofessionals to publish work at the same value as a professional, and also makes it to where you can buy a classic piece of literature for less than its worth. Though digital books are easily accessible and more affordable, they put a negative look on classic literature. In this digital world, we now live in, everything can be found and bought online. Not having to go out and wait in a line is appealing. However, thinking about this from an author’s perspective, e-books hurt their royalties. Buying a digital version is much cheaper than buying the hardcover or paperback book.
Though much of the satire throughout the series can easily be traced back to real life (for example, Mr Peanutbutter's campaign for governor being a parody of Trump's presidential run), a perhaps more subtle yet still remarkably clear allegory throughout the show's existence is the striking similarities between Bojack Horseman and the life and works of Tennessee Williams.
When the name Marilyn Monroe is mentioned, two images are likely to come to mind; the skirt blowing scene of Billy Wilder's Seven Year Itch (1955), or the infamously breathy rendition of 'Happy Birthday' sung to John F Kennedy by Monroe in 1961. Both pop culture moments capture the image often associated with Marilyn; that of a beautiful, flirtatious woman who oozes sex appeal and knows how to use it. This image, though indicative of the Golden Age of Hollywood and the bombshells who thrived in it, is only a small part of the complex character Monroe was, and has largely damaged her reputation.
STOP! Don't take another step, or I'll KILL YOUR DOG!
If you went to a supermarket (or really, any place that sells non-perishable items and toilet paper), then you've lived through some of the milder challenges that Suzanne Collins captures in The Hunger Games.
Okay, so, I know I'm going to be hated for this one, but Disney really isn't that great. I know we are raised on their movies, but the messages are all wrong. Find a prince, fall in love, have children and your life will be complete.
Since 2013, fans all over the internet have been working together towards a common goal: grab every single Pixar movie and throw them into a shared universe.
My opinion here will appear strange to many but hopefully after some thought they might nod their heads, consider and then even accept. The opinion I have and have always held is as follows, celebrities and other famous people are just those that have been lucky and are the same as everyone else. This is a blanket opinion covering music, television, film and sport.
In disclosure, I love “The Purge” films. Each and every one. I deviate from the opinions of those who believe they are simply B-movie fodder for the wish-fulfillment set, and hold the opinion that the politics in these films are acutely well-informed and, unfortunately, not all that far from reality … which makes them, and the current USA Network television series spinoff (though I personally far prefer the films), all the more effective.