Visions of a Freeman - 04 of
August del 2013
FoxNews against family
Note: This content was not easily available from the main FoxNews in English, it
was placed in FoxNews Latino.
Promotion of orgies.
Pregnant mothers as sexual objects.
"Woman are best in bed or on all four" thought.
Objects can be stored by hanging them from the roof.
*This material readily and easily available to children.
This one is about Family and drugs:
Jen Aniston strips, Jason Sudeikis gets an earful
in 'Meet the Millers
Published August 06, 2013
NEW YORK Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis, who shared the screen in
2011's "Horrible Bosses," team up again for "We're the Millers," which
has Sudeikis' character assemble a motley crew to play his family in
order to complete a drug deal.
Like "Horrible Bosses," the new film in which Aniston plays a stripper
posing as a mom is a dark, subversive comedy. Aniston said what makes
it appealing is that it's fun.
"It's highbrow, but not too highbrow. It's based in reality, but
obviously, a crazy reality," the 44-year-old actress said in a recent
interview. "I think it's fun to have a zany group of people in these
situations. And it feels different. That merging of pot smuggling,
stripping, dealing, children, fake family, all of that."
Much of the focus of "We're the Millers" has been Aniston's decision to
strip (she's not fully nude) in the movie, and her impressive, toned
figure. Aniston, a fitness buff, said she worked out every morning to
prepare for her big moment on-screen. She said much of that talk comes
across as a backhanded compliment.
"When I was little, my mom in her forties looked like a mom in her
forties. We have sort of erased numbers. I have, at least. I think we're
also very health-aware," she said. "Nutritionally, we are very aware of
what's good for us and what's not good for us, way more than a couple of
generations ago. So I think we are learning how to keep our bodies fit
and our minds fit and (keep) everything up and running."
She added: "I hate when people tell me 'For your age, you look great.' I
can't stand that."
In one memorable scene, Aniston lets co-star Kathryn Hahn get a handful
of her breasts. Sudeikis didn't have to deal with anything quite as
intimate, though a scene with Nick Offerman penetrating his ear with a
wet finger proved to be decidedly uncomfortable.
"It's not enjoyable, per se. I don't mind a Q-Tip in there,
but Nick is
a man's man. That's a strong, girthy, calloused finger.
He was full in
there, I couldn't hear anything but my own heartbeat," Sudeikis said as
Aniston broke out in laughter.
For Sudeikis, the film may further solidify his box-office appeal
outside of "Saturday Night Live." While "Horrible Bosses" was a success,
it was also an ensemble comedy. In "We're the Millers," he gets top
billing, along with Aniston.
Although Sudeikis has made it official that he won't be returning to "SNL,"
he said it hasn't sunk in that he's really gone.
"Truth be told, I won't feel it until September and the shows starts up
again and I'm not there. Summers off is par for the course," he said.
But the 37-year-old admits to feeling something when his portrait was
placed on the wall of former cast members.
"When my picture is 50 pictures away from Bill Murray and Chevy Chase.
And maybe 45 pictures away from Eddie Murphy. Ten pictures away from
Tina Fey and Will Ferrell. That was more of a shock. I have not gotten
used to it, but I look forward to two years from now when I remember I
actually did it," he said.
This is definitely NOT the kind of material a child should be seeing and I can't
think of a reason why an adult would want to see a comedy about putting drugs
above the family. I can't understand what leads FoxNews to publish this trash
when so many other decent material is available.
Take another look:
What Are Men Looking For Online? A Cheater, Says
By Alexandra Churchill, YourTango.com, August 22, 2013
Picture your boyfriend on a night out with his buddies. They head to the
neighborhood bar to watch the game over a few beers. Its his guy time.
Nothing out of the ordinary.
Then, a young woman slinks up next to him at the bar. She flashes him a
smile and the two of them spark a fairly innocent conversation
"friendly" turns quickly into "flirty," and they get a little too giggly
over drinks. She leans in and murmurs in his ear, "Let's get out of
here." Of course, his knee-jerk reaction is to say no. He is your
boyfriend after all, and he says he's taken.
"Oh, me too," she says, flashing a wedding ring on her finger. "So?" He
pauses for a moment, before being lured in by her kisses and the two of
them slip off into the night.
Your worst nightmare, right? Well, a recent study confirms it as a
possible reality: men love a cheating woman.
OkCupid conducted a top-secret study to discover that men actually
prefer women who are looking to have an affair.
Here's how the experiment went down. Researchers collected 40 real
profile pics 20 women and 20 men and then shuffled them into four
categorized groups: the Brazen Cheats, the Married Maybes, the Recently
Taken and the Sincerely Singles. Two decoy profiles from each group were
then planted into one of five cities deemed by the infamous cheater's
online haven AshleyMadison.com as unfaithful hot-spots. And there's no
mistaking a decoy cheater's profile when you see it. One such profile
reads: "My profile lists me as single but I'm not going to lie to you, I
AM in a relationship right now. I'm here because I want to meet someone
new but I don't want my current partner to know about it. There, I said
Over time, they tallied up the total number of messages that each group
received and (surprise, surprise) the female Brazen Cheats were the most
popular group. Within a week, the group received 336 messages with coy,
flirty offers like "You are the most striking woman I have laid eyes on
in years. Let me know if I can fill any holes in your relationship for
" and, "I am in a relationship but I'm getting really bored with
it. I'd really be interested in meeting someone where we can just chill
with no expectations and just have fun."
While these messages were mainly empathetic (if not a tad forward),
cheating guys didn't get that same online love. Male decoy cheaters
received 44 messages in a week, 36 of which were scathing insults or
judgments like "I presume this is a joke. If not, then wow," and, "WTF
are you serious?"
The Allure Of A Taken Woman
As alarming as these results are, we have to wonder, are they all that
surprising? Just this year, 33 percent of men admitted to committing
affairs in their relationships. And I don't doubt
that the idea of romancing a "taken" woman is tempting for the guys.
Think about it: She's already taken, so there's no pressure to marry her
and there's an easy cop-out if you should get caught in your fling.
All that sneaking around is enough to get your heart pumping. Based on
this ever-growing list, why wouldn't a man want a woman who is already
YourTango expert Charles Orlando, also the author of "The Problem With
Women ... Is Men," says that the initial appeal of being party to a
sordid affair with a taken woman is the eroticism. Men want what they
can't have. They secretly lust after their best friend's girlfriend.
"A woman who qualifies herself as willing to have sex is going to get a
lot more messages than women who are after a relationship," Orlando
explains. "Because she's married, what she's really saying is that she'd
like to have sex with someone, and not have a relationship. No strings,
no commitment nada."
But it goes beyond just sex. These trysts offer a sort of fantasy escape
for men who are disenchanted in their relationships. After all, 48
percent of men who committed affairs claimed to feel emotionally
disconnected from their partners. And according to our expert,
theres an emotional tie for single men pursuing
taken women, as well. When a man hooks up
with a taken woman, he's serving as needs emotional as well as
physical. This gives men the ego boost they crave.
"From the man's side, not only is she willing to have sex, but
if she selects him as the man she wants to cheat
with, it's a huge boost to his ego," Orlando says. "Not only did
she pick him over all the other men on the dating site, but she also
picked him over her husband/boyfriend."
Still, even with these endless reasons (ahem, excuses),
does it make the circumstances any more
understandable for men to pursue women who are already in committed
relationships? There is still an innocent victim in all of this:
the guy she's cheating on. Whatever happened to "bro code," guys?
The fact is that in a pornographic society there is little regard to family
values and the pornographic industry is not interested in men with good
relationships, so neither is FoxNews, which is by all means a pornographic site
available to children.
And that is what FoxNews has to share with our kids, specially young boys.