He diffuses bombs, he saves lives, he can’t burn to death, in extreme situations his eyes glow orange, he has a heart of gold and we can’t imagine “Teen Wolf" anymore without him! The talk is of Deputy Parrish of course, who actor Ryan Kelley portrays with so much charm. In our interview Ryan gives extremely interesting insights into different aspects of his work on “Teen Wolf” and his thoughts on his character and whatever lies ahead of the young deputy.

See myFanbase's interview with Ryan here

(Special thanks to alfrette for bringing the interview to my attention.)

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When Zak Ebrahim was 7 years old, his father El Sayyid Nosair assassinated Meir Kahane, the militant ultra-orthodox anti-Arab rabbi who founded the Jewish Defense League. 

Then, from prison, three years later, Nosair helped plot the 1993 World Trade Center bombing — and was later convicted as one of the conspirators. 

Nosair’s terrorist acts sent the family into a downward spiral—and for much of his life, Ebrahim lied to people about his identity. In fact, he changed his name to distance himself from his father. 

His new memoir, The Terrorist’s Son, is about how he came to accept the truth about his father and seek out peace in his own life.

In today’s interview, Ebrahim talks about his father’s involvement with the 1993 WTC bombing and how that changed things:  

"I believe that from his prison cell he would often get visitors and have phone calls with many of the men who would eventually be involved in the World Trade Center bombing and involved in planning the attack.

When my father first went to prison [for the assassination of Meir Kahane], although he had maintained his innocence, there were certain people who thought he had done what he had done, namely because Kahane was seen as a very evil figure in particular in the Muslim community. …

I suppose I thought to myself that even if he was guilty that that was some sort of justification. It wasn’t until after the World Trade Center that it was very apparent that innocent people were being attacked — that even as a child I knew that was wrong and that I couldn’t accept any excuse for that. It was also when I realized that our family would no longer ever be together again.” 

Watch Ebrahim’s TED Talk, "I am the son of a terrorist. Here’s how I chose peace." 

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Pink Station Zero Interview (In case you’re confused, it’s an “interview” with the host on the set of the fictional music show in which Gerard performed No Shows for his music video)

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Chris Brown Talks Drake, Rihanna & Jail Time - Access Hollywood Interview

He [Kurt Cobain] was a real sweetheart. And he told me that he had come to see my nightclub act, in Seattle, but got there two hours too late! Haha! He had no idea that they put me on at the club so early. So he completely missed me. But he was a real sweetheart, a real kind soul. And he actually - we worked together again on SNL, you know, later on that same year. And he and the rest of the boys were absolutely fabulous, so lovely, and they really appreciated what I was doing, I think mainly because he thought outside the box and understood that, you know, what drag is at its core, totally punk-rock.
—  RuPaul, 2014.

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Okay I just got a tad emotional after 2:50 when Tina starts talking about everyone’s kids playing together on set and mentions seeing a “Poehler-Arnett face” (referring to Abel probably). 


@liftoff106 : .@chrisbrownofficial stopped by the #LIFTOFF and it was a movie! He spit some bars, talked X the album, and dropped some wisdom! Hear what this successful entertainer of 10 years had to say about following your dreams! “