O.J. Simpson – If I Did It – Torrent – OJ Simpson

If I Did It (torrent) is a canceled book by O. J. Simpson, in which he puts forth a hypothetical description of the murders for which he was acquitted in a 1995 criminal trial, but found financially liable for in a civil trial. The book was announced in mid-November 2006 for a November 30, 2006 release, but intense public criticism led to the cancellation of the book’s publication and a related television interview, both from divisions of News Corporation (HarperCollins/Regan Books and Fox Broadcasting Company, respectively). According to a Newsweek story, all 400,000 printed copies were recalled for destruction, save for one locked away in a vault at News Corp. While the book has been almost impossible to find on the secondary market as a result, one copy did show up on eBay on January 15, 2007, with a starting bid of $1500, and sold for over $65,000 fueling speculation about whether News Corp. was able to destroy all printed copies. James Wolcott of Vanity Fair obtained a “pristine hardcover” of the book for a review published in January 2007.

This is so weird.

Chris Rock is jokes


The Illusionist – Torrent – Edward Norton, Jessica Biel, Paul Giamatti

More of The Illusionist…

The Illusionist (torrent) is an Academy Award-nominated 2006 period drama written and directed by Neil Burger and starring Edward Norton, Jessica Biel, and Paul Giamatti. Based loosely on the Steven Millhauser’s story “Eisenheim the Illusionist”, The Illusionist tells the story of Eisenheim (Norton), a magician in turn-of-the-century Vienna.

View the trailer below:

More from author Steven Millhauser…

The Pursuit of Happyness – Movie Torrent 2006 – Will Smith Happiness

More of Will Smith’s Finest…

0060744871 The Pursuit of Happyness Author: Chris Gardner; Buy New: $8.96

The Pursuit of Happyness (torrent) is a 2006 drama film based on the true story of Christopher Gardner, a single father struggling to make ends meet. Starring Will Smith as Chris Gardner and Smith’s real-life son Jaden Christopher Syre Smith as Gardner’s son Christopher, The Pursuit of Happyness follows Gardner’s struggles to break into the stock brokerage business as an intern, despite a rocky financial situation.

Watch the trailer below:

The Black Parade – Torrent – My Chemical Romance 2006

More of MCR’s Finest…

My Chemical Romance (also known as My Chem or MCR) is an American rock band from New Jersey. Formed in 2001, the band consists of Gerard Way (lead vocals), Mikey Way (bass), Bob Bryar (drums), Frank Iero (rhythm guitar), and Ray Toro (lead guitar). The band members hail from Belleville and Kearny, New Jersey, except drummer Bob Bryar, who is from Chicago, Illinois. Bassist Mikey Way coined the band’s name from a book entitled Ecstasy : Three Tales of Chemical Romance, by Irvine Welsh

The Black Parade coverBlack cover, slipcase, available alongside white cover

The Black Parade (torrent) is the third studio album by New Jersey rock quintet My Chemical Romance.

  1. “The End.” – 1:52
  2. “Dead!” – 3:15
  3. “This Is How I Disappear” – 3:59
  4. “The Sharpest Lives” – 3:20
  5. “Welcome to the Black Parade” – 5:11
  6. “I Don’t Love You” – 3:58
  7. “House of Wolves” – 3:04
  8. “Cancer” – 2:22
  9. “Mama” – 4:39 (featuring Liza Minelli)
  10. “Sleep” – 4:43
  11. “Teenagers” – 2:41
  12. “Disenchanted” – 4:54
  13. “Famous Last Words” – 4:59
  14. “Blood” (Hidden Track) – 2:53

Watch The Video The Black Parade Below:

Signed Copy of JPod – Douglas Coupland – WANTED

If anyone attended the event below and has a signed copy of JPod I am very interested in buying a copy ASAP as a gift for my girlfriend.  Please please please! 🙂

I'm also interested in seeing if this blog-request will work…

"See Douglas Coupland in the exclusive Toronto event for his newest novel, jPod Presented by Pages Books & Magazines, Random House Canada, and NOW Magazine
Walter Hall, UofT Faculty of Music, 80 Queen’s Park Crescent (just south of the ROM, behind the planetarium)

May 23rd; 7pm (doors 6:30pm), tickets $5 @ Pages"


Creator of Ambigrams in Dan Brown’s Angels and Demons – Da Vinci Code

John Langdon, the creator of the gorgeous ambigrams used in Dan Brown’s Angels & Demons, the precursor to The Da Vinci Code, and the author of Wordplay : The Philosophy, Art, and Science of Ambigrams, now in a revised edition, has a companion website to his own, devoted to an unused opening credit concept he created for Ron Howard’s movie adapatation of The Da Vinci Code: Da Vinci Code Movie Titles. A sample:

Douglas Coupland’s New Novel – JPOD

Cory Doctorow: Douglas Coupland makes a habit of following the Internet gossip about his proclivities and habits — when he finds a juicy rumor about his hobbies (such as the idea that he's an avid meteor collector), he tries out whatever the rumor has him doing.He's written a new novel, JPod, in which "Douglas Coupland" appears as a character, based on the nasty things that people write about him on the net.

There's a rumor going around the Internet that Douglas Coupland collects meteorites. Nobody knows how it began, least of all Coupland. But the story started to circulate shortly after his first novel, Generation X, became an On the Road for the '90s. Every effort he's made to set the record straight has been ignored by his many fan sites. So he recently decided to purchase a few choice specimens……[F]or JPod, he created a character called Douglas Coupland, based on his online doppelgänger: a one-dimensional egotist with cold eyes resembling "wells filled with drowned toddlers." This Coupland first intrudes on the action when the narrator – Ethan Jarlewski, a game designer working for a lightly fictionalized Electronic Arts – meets him on a plane to China. Coupland is ostensibly writing an article for Wired on "designer prisoner-of-conscience labor," but he's secretly developing a gadget and, not incidentally, looking to poach programmers from Electronic Arts.


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