MySpace Or Yours
From one MySpace addict to another...
Friday, May 09, 2008
Where To Find Mother's Day MySpace Comments
And a big Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there! :)
Wednesday, November 07, 2007
Here are some other Kellie Pickler links you might enjoy!
Kellie Pickler's Official MySpace profile
Kellie Pickler Official MySpace profile
Kellie Pickler's MySpace features the following songs:
Things That Never Cross
Didn't You Know How much
Red High Heels
plus concert info!
Kellie Pickler MySpace Glitters
Kellie Pickler MySpace Glitters on BlinkYou
Kellie Pickler MySpace Videos
Kellie Pickler Music Videos on Videocure
Kellie Pickler Music Videos on Noolmusic
Kellie Pickler MySpace Layouts
Kellie Pickler MySpace Layout on all4myspace.com (Red High Heels!)
Kellie Pickler MySpace Layout on neatlayouts.com
Add Kellie Pickler I Wonder Html Music Video Codes to your blog, website or MySpace.
Kellie Pickler "I Wonder" Music Video Codes
Thursday, November 01, 2007
Vanessa has a resume that most actors or artists would envy. It includes numerous awards, number one albums, starring roles in hit movies and her own successful solo career… not mention legions of loyal fans.
Her fans’ loyalty was tested not too long ago when naked photos of Vanessa popped up all over the internet. Despite the scandal and embarrassment, Vanessa’s star still shines bright and her career is hotter than ever.
Some basic info about Vanessa Hudgnes:
Birthday: December 14, 1988
Ethnicities: Filipino, Chinese, Irish and American Indian
So check out these hot links to all things Vanessa Hudgens. You’ll find MySpace layouts, avatars, music videos, song lyrics and much, much more.
Vanessa Hudgens MySpace Layouts
Vanessa Hudgens MySpace Layout on CoolChaser
Vanessa Hudgens MySpace Layout on TweakYourPage
Vanessa Hudgens MySpace Layout on Sweet-Layouts
Vanessa Hudgens MySpace Layout on Skem9
Vanessa Hudgens MySpace Layout on LayoutVenue
Vanessa Hudgens Music Videos on MySpace
Vanessa Hudgens - Say Ok feat. Zac Efron
High School Musical 2 - I Gotta Go My Own Way
Hannah Montana and High School Musical
High School Musical 2 - Everyday
High School Musical 2 - You Are The Music In Me
High School Musical - When There Was Me and You
Vanessa Hudgens Official MySpace
Vanessa Hudgens MySpace profile includes the following songs which you can add to your MySpace profile:
Say OK Remix
Come Back To Me
Vanessa Hudgens Music Lyrics
Add Vanessa Hudgens Say OK Music Lyrics To Your Profile
Come Back To Me Song Lyrics
Vanessa Hudgens Photos
Vanessa Hudgens Photos on CelebWeLove
Vanessa Hudgens Photos on Vanessa-Ann-Hudgens
Vanessa Hudgens Photos on Hubpages
Vanessa Hudgens Photos on Iclebz
Vanessa Hudgens Avatars
Vanessa Hudgens Avatars on Iconator
Vanessa Hudgens Avatars on Vannessa-Hudgens
Vanessa Hudgens Avatars on Vanessa.Triple-Star
Vanessa Hudgens Avatars on CreateBlog
Sunday, October 21, 2007
Saturday, April 21, 2007
In a hilarious exchange that follows between the grown man and the hilarious toddler, Pearl reduces Will Ferrell to tears by not backing down from her demands and repeatedly calling him names that most kids would not ever call an adult. When Will Ferrell asks Pearl why she needs the rent money now, she answers, "I need to get my drink on."
The video ends with Will Ferrell sending Pearl on her way, beer in hand. Pearl steps out of character when she turns back and says, "Come, Mommy" to someone standing on the side of Will Ferrell's apartment, who we can only assume is her real mother.
Visit Funny or Die for the code to get this on your MySpace!
Saturday, February 03, 2007
The story of “Smokin’ Aces” revolves around sleazy Las Vegas magician Buddy “Aces” Israel played by Jeremy Piven. When Israel decides to testify against the last great Mafioso Primo Sparazza, a slew of hitmen come out to collect a million dollar bounty, these various characters range from a simple bail bondsman and his friends played by Ben Affleck and Martin Henderson, to a contract killer played by Alicia Keyes. All the while two FBI agents played by Ryan Reynolds and Ray Liotta race to get to their key witness before he’s taken out.
Now as mentioned above, I originally didn’t like “Smokin’ Aces.” In fact, my mother stands by her assertions that this movie “was horrible.” Now this film has gotten some sub par reviews, mostly for the same reasons I will state later on. Now on the pros side of the argument, “Smokin’ Aces” is an incredibly unique film. The film style and overall story is just something I hadn’t seen in a movie before. The movie itself is a fast film, at an hour an forty-eight minutes it seems to fly by.
The acting and characters is another thing that makes this movie watchable and enjoyable as well. Jeremy Piven walks away with the greatest performance in the film. I love him as Ari Gold on “Entourage” and he just nails the role of Israel. One minute he’s having a tirade that makes you bust out laughing and the next he’s giving a dramatic speech that will take your breath away. Ryan Reynolds also does amazing work in his first of many future dramatic roles. He has some amazing scenes with Ray Liotta that just makes you wish for the best.
Another surprising turn comes from the two singers making their big screen debuts in this film. Alicia Keyes starts out a string of movie roles with this film and nails it as Georgia Sykes, a contract killer who has to masquerade as a prostitute. While most female singers turned actors tend to overact, Keyes is a natural. Another natural performance comes from rapper Common as Israel’s bodyguard Ivy. Common and Piven have amazing chemistry in this film that you see as their relationship starts to decorate. Look for more film roles from these two as they gave amazing performances.
Sadly, “Smokin’ Aces” does suffer from way too many underdeveloped characters and a twist that will leave you cursing the theater. Sadly, Carnahan tries to include way too many characters in this film and ends up focusing on only four of them. Ben Affleck is barely used in this film, being only in the first half. Various characters could have had very interesting stories, including Israel, but were left by the wayside towards the end. The twist will also make you angry, I know I was and its one of the reasons I hated this film upon first viewing. The twist is unique, but could never pan out making even the stupidest person angry as they could see the holes in the twist.
Now I do stick by my fact that “Smokin’ Aces” is a movie you have to watch again to enjoy. One first viewing, you just follow the action and get disappointed with the story. The second viewing, you notice more of the story and can enjoy it for what it is, a gangster film with a lot of shooting. I would give “Smokin’ Aces” 8 out of 10, give it another shot and you might be pleasantly surprised.
Now in terms of MySpace coverage, “Smokin’ Aces” delivers in spades. There’s an official “Smokin’ Aces” soundtrack page which tells the release date of the soundtrack (Feb. 6th) and has a lot of good tracks from the movie for you to listen to. This film has an amazing soundtrack from Clint Mansell who scored “Requiem for a Dream” so stop by and give the tracks a listen. There is also a “Smokin’ Aces” page run by rapper Common that has a blog and some interesting tidbits. By far the funniest page to visit is Buddy “Aces” Israel’s MySpace. There are a lot of pictures and information on his character that just made me laugh, especially if you’ve seen his character in the film.
Overall, the MySpace pages give you a little something extra if you need a “Smokin’ Aces” fix and I’ll admit it, I’ve become a junkie for this film. It’s one of those movies that have a little something special that needs a repeat viewing to grasp it all. So, if you have a free day during the week or upcoming weekend, take in a viewing of “Smokin’ Aces.” If you’ve seen it once, be sure to see it again to enjoy it further.
Now, I know I said “Little Miss Sunshine” would be reviewed next, but this had to be mentioned before nobody saw it. So look for that next review soon. Hope you enjoyed this edition of “MySpace Movie and a Profile.” Now go out and watch a movie, but hopefully not something I wouldn’t recommend.
Buddy “Aces” Israel’s page
Wednesday, January 17, 2007
Hey, I can track who visits my profile!
Now you can see everyone who looks at your MySpace page!
Click here to start tracking your profile visitors!
The worst part was that I COULDN'T DELETE IT! The "Delete Comment" button was oversized and when I tried to click on it, it just brought me back to the same page. The stupid comment would not go away!!
My first thought was, "Oh great, someone's going to hack into my profile." so I changed my password and logged back out again. Then I started searching on Google for some way to delete the stupid spam comment.
1) Go to your profile and click on the "View All" link at the top of your comment section.
2) Go the comment directly below the one you want to delete and place your cursor on the "Delete Comment" link.
3) Right-click on "Delete Comment" and select "Copy Link Location" - left-click.
4) Now go to your address bar (where you type in web addresses) and right-click then select "Paste". It should look something like this:
5) Don't hit enter just yet, because there's one more thing you have to do -- look in the address bar for "ctl---" (in bold above). You want to change the number so that it reads one number lower than the number there. By changing the number you will delete the comment above (which should be the spam comment). So if the number reads ctl55, change it to read ctl54. Pretty easy, right?
6) Now hit Enter. If you've done everything right, the spam comment should now be gone.
7) Do a little celebratory dance here -- or point your finger at the now deleted spam comment and say, "IN YOUR FACE SUCKA"
If you're wondering how this whole thing works... well I don't really know. All I can tell you is that you're re-creating the delete comment button that the spammer has altered and hidden from you. But if you want a more technical answer, you'll have to ask Jeremy, our resident MySpace tech expert. ;)
Hope this helps!!!