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X/12 by Carlton Holls
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A southbound CTA Red Line ‘L’ train approaches the Addison Station in the Wrigleyville area of Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood. I thought it was time to get my brain off bikinis and the beach and get my photostream back on track :)

Against a black sky, the Space Shuttle Endeavour and its seven-member STS-123 crew head toward Earth-orbit and a scheduled link-up with the International Space Station (ISS). Liftoff was on time at 2:28 a.m. (EDT). Onboard are NASA astronauts Dominic Gorie, commander; Gregory H. Johnson, pilot; Robert L. Behnken, Mike Foreman, Rick Linnehan, Garrett Reisman and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Takao Doi, all mission specialists. The crew will make a record-breaking 16-day mission to the International Space Station and deliver the first section of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s Kibo laboratory and the Canadian Space Agency’s two-armed robotic system, Dextre. Reisman will join Expedition 16 in progress to serve as a flight engineer aboard the ISS.

As the story goes, Miley refused the sexual advances of Disney executives and asked to be let out of her contract. They allegedly obliged by beating her to death and dumping her body in the desert east of Los Angeles.

The theory also claims that L.A. radio station KCAL reported that the body of Miley Cyrus was found and continued to report on it for an entire day, before retracting the story the next day and apologizing for spreading blatantly false information. Unfortunately, any video or audio of these reports has since been scrubbed from existence by those same villainous Disney executives.

So how do they explain the fact that Miley Cyrus is still very obviously making music? Simple: After her death she was replaced by another actress who sort of looks like her. A few plastic surgery appointments later, the plan was complete.

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George photographed at Friar Park by Barry Feinstein, 1970

“I was working at [L.A. radio station] KDAY in the music department when that came out, It was an event. It was this [physically] big album, it had a great poster of George inside, and everybody wanted it. We [programmed] two songs right away, that afternoon: ‘My Sweet Lord’ and ‘What Is Life.’ There wasn’t one bad song on it.”- Les Perry, (Saturday With The Beatles) Los Angeles Times, “George Harrison’s ‘All Things Must Pass’ still inspires 45 years later“ 24 November 2015