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Jay Cutler on Brandon Marshall: No one likes their ex-girlfriend after a breakup - 

Brandon Marshall made headlines a few weeks ago when he took a shot at Jay Cutler, saying Kyle Orton was the best quarterback he’s played with. Marshall continued firing (indirect) shots at Cutler on Wednesday by saying the Chicago Bears failed to win because they “had a tough time of coming together.”

Now it’s Cutler’s turn to strike. On Thursday, he jabbed back at Marshall with a shot that is sure to get the wide receiver’s attention.

“No one really likes their ex-girlfriend just after a breakup,” Cutler said via NFL.com. “He’s fine and he’s been like that for as long as I’ve known him. He’s an incredible player, he did a lot for us here, it just didn’t work out. I could’ve been the guy that got shipped out of here as well.”

Cutler, who seems to come under criticism wherever he goes, will be without his No. 1 receiver in Marshall, but he’ll have Alshon Jeffery to hit on deep routes.

As for Marshall, he might end up missing his buddy Jay when he takes the field with Geno Smith for the first time. As poor as Cutler has played in recent years, no quarterback has been worse than Smith over the past two seasons. Still, Cutler has confidence in his ex-teammate.

“He’s gonna do well with the Jets and I know he’s in unbelievable shape, I’ve seen him work out in Chicago a little bit, so he’s gonna do well.”

avenginghiddlesheroine asked:

Oh, when the trailer comes out, I will flip out, I've loved POTC since I saw the first movie at age 12. And anytime Barbossa's on screen I'm happy, he's my favorite.

YESSSSSSSSSS!! I remember that i watched POTC with my parents and my brothers and i think i have a 11 or 12 too. I don’t know who is my favorite. Jack probably because i love Johnny, but Elizabeth makes me so sad everytime i love her and i think i like Cutler Beckett he’s so evil lol

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Welcome to ‘’The Windwater Pack’’ production blog!

‘’The Windwater Pack’’  is the first 2D animated film series from Ashleigh D.J. Cutler’s unnamed independent film company. It boasts a moving story, beautiful animation, and well-rounded characters. It pulls no punches, revealing the hazards of a wild wolf’s life as well as the joys.

The life of a wolf is an uneasy road. Meet Zephyr, a wolf in search of the one thing all his kind hopes for: A family of his own and place to call home. But the journey isn’t all fun and games. Tragedy will befall him and the fledgling family he and his mate Sequana have begun. There are hazards everywhere. But in between these moments of terror are the rewards: watching his children grow strong, games of tag and keep away, or just a nap in the calm sunshine. Join Zephyr and the Windwater Pack as they weather the storms life throws at them. Once you have seen through their golden gaze, you will never look at a wolf the same way again.

Here we will upload information about the characters, concept art, animations, and much, much more!

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PopPolitics: R.J. Cutler on Trump’s Brand Bump (Listen)

Donald Trump continues to lead in polls, despite widespread predictions that his comments about John McCain’s military service would deflate his campaign.

On the latest “PopPolitics” on SiriusXM’s POTUS Channel, R.J. Cutler, director of documentaries like “A Perfect Candidate” and producer of “The War Room,” says Trump “is the first candidate I can think of who is basically running on a brand — and the brand is called Trump.”

“The only time he refers to the third person is when he is putting the brand forward,” Cutler says. “‘Who provides more jobs than Trump? Who can negotiate better than Trump? It is a fascinating thing, so he is putting the brand forward without any specificity, and when you ask for specificity, he relies on the brand name and says, ‘This brand will take care of you, and this brand will run your country, and this brand will negotiate with Mexico and get them to pay for the wall that this brand will hire people to build.‘”

Cutler says, “If ever we deserved a candidate at this moment in our culture, that candidate is Donald Trump.” He says that it is a symptom of the speed of information “whipping by us at lightning speed,” but also because Trump “is touching a nerve in the Republican base.”

But he says that it is still very early in the process — as the scrutiny of Trump is just starting. He notes that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) “is waiting in the wings for Donald Trump’s following.

“He will not say anything bad about Donald Trump because he wants his followers and also he most closely shares his views at the moment,” he says.

Listen below:

More from Cutler on Trump here.

Cutler talks about why a cinema verite documentary about a presidential campaign would be so difficult to pull off today.

“I don’t really think they can be done,” he says, noting that “now campaigns have their own films, their own documentarians… They are stage managed to an inch of their lives.”

Listen below:

Outfoxed?

The Republican party made a concerted effort this cycle to gain more control over presidential primary debates, limiting their number in hopes of avoiding the spectacle of 2012, when such gatherings started taking on the feel of a reality show.

How is the plan working out?

“Not very well,” says Alan Schroeder, professor at Northeastern University in Boston and author of “Presidential Debates: 50 Years of High Risk TV.”

“The party itself abdicated its responsibility and allowed the networks to pretty much determine not only how they are going to be run, but who gets to be in them.”

The first primary debate will be on Aug. 6 on Fox News, which is limiting the main event to the top 10 candidates selected from the results of five national polls.

Listen below:

The candidates left out of the first debate will participate in their own forum on Fox News earlier in the day. The result, Schroeder says, could be a ratings bonanza for the news network.

Listen below:

Comedy or Class?

President Obama went on “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” this week, and talked extensively about the deal with Iran to limit its nuclear weapons capabilities. That drew some criticism from Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), who questioned the venue for talking about such a serious security issue.

David Cohen of Variety and Nikki Schwab of U.S. News talk about whether latenight TV really can be an effective way to convey a foreign policy message. They also talk about Donald Trump’s $110,000 pension from SAG-AFTRA.

Listen below:

Norman Lear Sings

Who knew? Norman Lear turns 93 on Monday, and to mark the occasion, he has put out a new music video, fulfilling an item on his bucket list. The song was written by musician Paul Hipp.

Watch below:

“PopPolitics,” hosted by Variety’s Ted Johnson, airs Thursdays at 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET on SiriusXM’s POTUS Channel 124.

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2015 Chicago Bears

Something Old: The Hog Butcher of the World prides itself more than anything on its defense, which made last year’s collapse incredibly galling. The team allowed more than 50 points in two consecutive weeks, something that I’ve never seen before. Their starting defensive end, LaMarr Houston, had one sack, and then ended his season by celebrating that sack. He has seemed oddly defiant, not expressing any regrets that his season ended after the sack of a backup quarterback in a game that was lost by 30. Not much was done to address the defense in the offseason either–the Bears seem to hope that returning injured veterans like Houston and corner Charles Tillman, and saying “monsters of the midway” in a scary voice will be enough.

Something New: Jay Cutler added Marc Trestman’s bald head to his belt of coach scalps this previous year, and now John Fox, late of the Broncos has come in along with his preferred Offensive Coordinator Adam Gase, to see if they can get the most out of this confounding man, his generation’s sulking Jeff George, all of the talent and none of the results. There’s only so long you can lean on potential, and 32 years old is three exits past where you need to get off. New weapon Kevin White, who has astounding potential, is the newest weapon for Cutler to do,  Cutler’s deal becomes much easier to shed after this season–if he throws up another stinker, he’s done.  

Something Borrowed: We’re throwing this into the wayback machine for the most Jay Cutler story possible from a devoted reader of Kissing Suzy Kolber:

Friend is in a bar in Chicago during the off-season. He goes to the bathroom and sees Jay Cutler, hat on backwards, taking a piss at the urinal. So the guy starts going to the bathroom and says, “Hey, I’m a huge fan, also went to Vanderbilt… ”

Jay throws his head back, still pissing, eyes half-closed because he’s drunk, interrupts him with, “DOOOONNNNTTTTTT CAAAAAARRRREEEEEE.”

So now I can’t stop yelling, “DOOOOONNNNTTTTT CAAAARRRREEEEE.”


Something Blue: With his seventh touchdown of the season, Jay Cutler will pass Sid Luckman and become the Chicago Bears all-time leader in touchdown passes. We will have to own up to the possibility that Jay Cutler, the man everyone hates, the man I’ve run down in this very post, is the best Bears quarterback in post-war history. We will also have to own up to the fact that there isn’t even a second place worth mentioning. And we will all try and figure out how a franchise’s history has led to a place where “best since world war II” is not meant as a compliment.

Cut The Crap, Kit, What’s Gonna Happen? What’s gonna happen? The hell you think is gonna happen? Where have the Bears made any definite improvements? 4-12

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My Opinion on;

character in general: Endeavourrrrrrrrrrrrr hi, ok. I have really mixed feelings about this ship, and to me she’s never been the most spirited? She’s very much a company ship, and I’ve always seen her somewhat subdued, but at the same time she’s very powerful and loyal and willing to fight, but she’s never really been a fighter to me. She’s got a certain regal air to her, but sometimes feels like she’s more for show than for use. She’s gotta be fairly fast though, and sturdy and reliable for her to be Cutler Beckett’s main ship. But that’s just how I’ve seen her
how they play them: I’m very impressed by how you’ve managed to develop Eedee and the personality you’ve managed to instill in to her. Her relationship with Cutler Beckett is super interesting to me and I’ve enjoyed watching you develop it.

the mun: We haven’t actually interacted a ton, but you seem so enthusiastic and excited and it’s really lovely to watch, I’m always happy to see someone so proud of their muse and willing to put so much effort into them

Do I:

follow them: Yeeeessss
rp with them: Yup
want to rp with them: Obviously 
ship their character with mine: Nah, I don’t really see that connection between them at all (though we havne’t written a ton)

What is my;

Overall Opinion: Very cute, also I mean it’s a ship, gotta support the ship blogs

**Note: Mun’s answer are all to be completely honest. Don’t send url if you don’t want brutal honesty

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Screenbid, a source for certified authentic, screen-used Hollywood memorabilia is auctioning off 1,384 Mad Men props starting today at 3 p.m. ET and ending on August 6. Bidding starts between $50 and $150

See also: ‘Mad Men’ ends, and Don Draper begins: Life is OK

The items available — Don Draper’s suits, Jim Cutler’s shirts, Betty’s wedding ring, Peggy’s Timepiece handbag, Pete’s scarf, Joan’s leopard heels and much, much more — are perfect for vintage fashion seekers

If you don’t want to walk in the ad execs’ actual shoes, an assortment of random items are also up for auction — including Don’s playing cards, Peggy’s bowls and plates, Bert’s office pillows and Don’s 1965 Cadillac Read more…

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This 'Mad Men' auction is your chance to buy Don Draper's stuff

Ever wished to be a part of the action at Sterling Cooper & Partners?

Now you can — if you’re willing to pay.

Screenbid, a source for certified authentic, screen-used Hollywood memorabilia is auctioning off 1,384 Mad Men props starting today at 3 p.m. ET and ending on August 6. Bidding starts between $50 and $150

See also: ‘Mad Men’ ends, and Don Draper begins: Life is OK

The items available — Don Draper’s suits, Jim Cutler’s shirts, Betty’s wedding ring, Peggy’s Timepiece handbag, Pete’s scarf, Joan’s leopard heels and much, much more — are perfect for vintage fashion seekers

If you don’t want to walk in the ad execs’ actual shoes, an assortment of random items are also up for auction — including Don’s playing cards, Peggy’s bowls and plates, Bert’s office pillows and Don’s 1965 Cadillac Read more…

More about Fashion, Style, Auction, Mad Men, and Entertainment



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This 'Mad Men' auction is your chance to buy Don Draper's stuff

Ever wished to be a part of the action at Sterling Cooper & Partners?

Now you can — if you’re willing to pay.

Screenbid, a source for certified authentic, screen-used Hollywood memorabilia is auctioning off 1,384 Mad Men props starting today at 3 p.m. ET and ending on August 6. Bidding starts between $50 and $150

See also: ‘Mad Men’ ends, and Don Draper begins: Life is OK

The items available — Don Draper’s suits, Jim Cutler’s shirts, Betty’s wedding ring, Peggy’s Timepiece handbag, Pete’s scarf, Joan’s leopard heels and much, much more — are perfect for vintage fashion seekers

If you don’t want to walk in the ad execs’ actual shoes, an assortment of random items are also up for auction — including Don’s playing cards, Peggy’s bowls and plates, Bert’s office pillows and Don’s 1965 Cadillac Read more…

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