橋本環奈、高校卒業後の進路を発表!

9358609橋本環奈は現在高校3年生。9月2日のツイッターでは「受験生だ!今から勉強しよ!」とつぶやいたことから、一部で大学進学と報じられたが・・ 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/9358609.html

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【画像】 テレ東「太川蛭子のバス旅」 次回で終了が発表され騒然 その理由が・・

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13日に放送されたテレビ東京「太川蛭子の旅バラ」(水曜後6・55)が、次回12月25日の放送で終了となることがわかった・・




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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10145210.html

【画像】 セブンイレブン、店舗オーナー不在時に本部社員による無断発注が横行 公開されたLINEの内容に衝撃走る

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セブン―イレブン・ジャパンで店舗指導を担当する本部社員が、店舗のオーナー不在時を狙って商品を無断で発注する内規違反の事例が各地で横行していると、複数の現役社員や被害に遭ったオーナーが13日までに証言した・・


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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10145201.html

【画像】 コメダの新商品「シロノワールプリン」に衝撃事実が発覚し騒然 このプリンがまさかのww

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大人でも泣く。



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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10145178.html

謎めいた液体や歯が入った「魔女のボトル」が煙突から発見される(イギリス)

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 物置や蔵の片付けなんかをしていると、年季の入ったを不思議なもの発見することがあるが、さすがにこれは背筋がぞっとするだろう。

 イギリスのワトフォードにある元宿屋兼パブの煙突を解体していた建築業者が、奇妙な瓶を発見した。

 それは19世紀ごろに作られたと推測される瓶で、中には人間の歯や釣り針、ガラスの破片、そして謎の液体が入っていたらしい。

 これは「魔女のボトル」と言われるもののようだ。呪いから身を守るためのお守りで、わざと見つかりにくいところに隠されていたのだという。 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://karapaia.com/archives/52284532.html

二宮和也の結婚で大手メディアが妻・伊藤綾子さんの名前を出さない裏事情

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“かねてよりお付き合いさせていただいていた方”であるIアナウンサーのことは、つい最近まで実名で報道されていた・・



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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10144998.html

「ビートたけしの愛人からパワハラを受けた」 元運転手の石塚康介氏が告発、東京地裁に提訴

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「私は7月30日にたけしさんの運転手を辞めました。殿をロールス・ロイスの白いファントムに乗せて仕事現場に送迎することも、もうありません」・・



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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10145153.html

トイレを開けたらいきなり猫!家中を猫に侵略されている気分が味わえる猫ステッカー

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 壁や板などをぶち破って猫が侵入している風を演出した大きなステッカーがAmazonで販売されており、海外で話題となっている。

 家具や壁はもちろんトイレの蓋にも張れるので、開けてびっくり猫との遭遇が味わえちゃうのだ。 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://karapaia.com/archives/52284489.html

前澤友作氏、剛力彩芽との破局の裏で秘書に応募してきた人妻と関係を持ち警察沙汰トラブルになっていた

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女優の剛力彩芽(27)と破局したことが判明した前澤友作・ZOZO前社長(43)が、新会社「スタートトゥデイ」の秘書を志望していた人妻のA子さん(41)とトラブルになり、警察に相談する事態になっていたことが「週刊文春」の取材で分かった・・


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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10145125.html

Bambara – “Serafina” Lyric Video via…



Bambara - “Serafina” Lyric Video via https://youtu.be/qFW_23iKH8E // Here are the credits: Directed by William Hart and Bambara Shot by William Hart Actors: Alex Giroux and Andrea Galvez Pre-Order the ‘Stray’ LP Here - https://www.wharfcatrecords.com/store/bambara-stray One thing you won’t be able to avoid on Bambara’s Stray is death. It’s everywhere and inescapable, abstract and personified  – perhaps the key to the whole record. Death, however, won’t be the first thing that strikes you about the group’s fourth – and greatest – album to date. That instead will be its pulverising soundscape; by turns, vast, atmospheric, cool, broiling and at times – on stand out tracks like “Sing Me To The Street” and “Serafina” – simply overwhelming   Bambara – twin brothers Reid and Blaze Bateh, singer/guitarist and drummer respectively, and bassist William Brookshire – have been evolving their midnight-black noise into something more subtle and expansive ever since the release of their 2013 debut Dreamviolence. That process greatly accelerated on 2018’s Shadow On Everything, their first on New York’s Wharf Cat Records and  a huge stride forward for the band both lyrically and sonically.    The album was rapturously received by the press, listeners and their peers. NPR called it a “mesmerising…western, gothic opus,” Bandcamp called the “horror-house rampage” “one of the year’s most gripping listens,” and Alexis Marshall of Daughters named it his “favorite record of 2018.”  Shadow also garnered much acclaim on the other side of the Atlantic. Influential British 6Music DJ Steve Lamacq, dubbed them the best band of 2019’s SXSW, and Joe Talbot of the UK band IDLES said, “The best thing I heard last year was easily Bambara and their album Shadow On Everything."  The question was, though, how to follow it?   To start, the band did what they always do: they locked themselves in their windowless Brooklyn basement to write. Decisions were made early on to try and experiment with new instrumentation and song structures, even if the resulting compositions would force the band to adapt their storied live set, known for its tenacity and technical prowess. Throughout the songwriting process, the band pulled from their deep well of creative references, drawing on the likes of Leonard Cohen, Ennio Morricone, Sade, classic French noir L’Ascenseur Pour L’Echafraud, as well as Southern Gothic stalwarts Flannery O’Connor and Harry Crews.   Once the building blocks were set in place, they met with producer Drew Vandenberg, who mixed Shadow On Everything, in Athens, GA to record the foundation of Stray. After recruiting friends Adam Markiewicz (The Dreebs) on violin, Sean Smith (Klavenauts) on trumpet and a crucial blend of backing vocals by Drew Citron (Public Practice) and Anina Ivry-Block (Palberta), Bambara convened in a remote cabin in rural Georgia, where Reid laid down his vocals.   The finished product represents both the band’s most experimental and accessible work to date. The addition of Citron and Ivory-Block’s vocals create a hauntingly beautiful contrast to Bateh’s commanding  baritone on tracks like “Sing Me to the Street”, “Death Croons” and “Stay Cruel,” while the Dick Dale inspired guitar riffs on “Serafina” and “Heat Lightning” and the call-and-response choruses throughout the album showcase Bambara’s ability to write songs that immediately demand repeat listens.   While the music itself is evocative and propulsive, a fever dream all of its own, the lyrical content pushes the record even further into its own darkly thrilling realm. If the songs on Shadow On Everything were like chapters in a novel, then this time they’re short stories. Short stories connected by death and its effect on the characters in contact with it. “Death is what you make it” runs a lyric in “Sweat,” a line which may very well be the thread  that ties these stories together.   But it would be wrong to characterize Stray as simply the sound of the graveyard. Light frequently streams through and, whether refracted through the love and longing found on songs like “Made for Me” or the fantastical nihilism on display in tracks like the anthemic “Serafina,” reveals this album to be the monumental step forward that it is. Here Bambara sound like they’ve locked into what they were always destined to achieve, and the effect is nothing short of electrifying.

SOURCE: https://motioncollector.com/post/189033428612

千原せいじ、また不倫が発覚・・ 今度は40代の元大人女優「ほんま俺はいつ懲りるんやろ・・」

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今年5月、週刊文春が報じたお笑い芸人・千原せいじ(49)の不倫。逢瀬の場は名古屋、相手は20代のA子さんだった・・



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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10145094.html