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Hereafter tells the story of three people who are touched by death in different ways. George (Matt Damon) is a blue-collar American who has a special connection to the afterlife. On the other side of the world, Marie (Cecile De France), a French journalist, has a near-death experience that shakes her reality. And when Marcus, a London schoolboy, loses the person closest to him, he desperately needs answers. Each on a path in search of the truth, their lives will intersect, forever changed by what they believe might - or must - exist in the hereafter.
Recent interview with Clint Eastwood
Woman Neglects Family...Obsessed With Computer Game
dailymail - A mother neglected her three children and let her dogs starve to death because she was so obsessed with a computer game.
The 33-year-old woman played the Small World game almost non-stop on the internet for months while her children were reduced to eating cold baked beans straight from the tin with their fingers.
Her home became filthy, with rubbish strewn over the floor and the bodies of her two dogs, a German shepherd and a lurcher, left for two months in the dining room it was revealed.
The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has been given a suspended jail sentence and banned from using the internet by a judge in Kent.
The horror only came to an end when a neighbour peered through the letterbox and alerted the authorities, Maidstone Crown Court heard.
The woman's children, aged nine, ten and 13, were badly neglected for six months, said Deepak Kapur, prosecuting.
When officers arrived at the house in Swanley, Kent, in February the woman told them it was 'in a bit of a mess' They then saw rubbish all over the floors in all of the rooms.
The woman tried to block officers from entering the dining room and when asked why she replied: 'All right, my dogs are in there. They are dead. I killed them. 'I probably starved them, probably because I have been playing the computer game all the time.'
She received an invitation from a friend on Facebook to play Small World and had very quickly become hooked.
The game featuring characters such a wizards, dwarves, orcs and giants is played like a traditional board game but online.
'She started playing initially for an hour aday in late 2009 but since August of that year it had become an obsession to the point where she was only getting two hours' sleep a night,' said the prosecutor.
'She still managed to feed the children and get them to school but accepted she let everything else go.
'Afterwards, it became so overwhelming she didn't know where to start.
'It got to the stage where she only bought food that didn't need cooking.
' Allan Compton, defending, said the woman had been a devoted and competent mother until tragedy struck some years ago with the death of her husband from a heart attack.
'She retreated into this virtual world provided by her laptop computer,' he said.
'She shut herself off from the outside world.' Mr Compton said the house was now habitable.
The children had been taken into care, but she hoped to be reunited with them in the future, he said.
The mother was sentenced to six months' imprisonment suspended for two years, and ordered to do 75 hours' unpaid work.
She was banned from keeping animals. She had admitted three charges of child cruelty and two of animal neglect. Judge Jeremy Carey told her: 'Your life went very badly wrong.
Your children were badly neglected indeed. There was decay and filth all around.' Judge Carey banned the woman from access to the internet 'to assist you to resist the temptation to return to this virtual world'.
Serbian Girl Has Magnetic Hands
orange - A Serbian schoolgirl has amazed medics with her astonishing magnetic hands.
Ten-year-old Jelena Momcilov has been picking up cutlery, coins and even metal furniture by just touching them at her family home in Zeljusa, since she first discovered her powers five years ago.
Now experts at nearby Nis University have urged scientists to investigate, reports CEN.
"I'd say this is a kind of unknown bio-magnetism. More experts would need to join me and research what this is all about," said department head Pavle Premovic
Galileo Was Wrong, The Church Was Right Conference
Galileo Was Wrong is a detailed and comprehensive treatment of the scientific evidence supporting Geocentrism, the academic belief that the Earth is immobile in the center of the universe. Garnering scientific information from physics, astrophysics, astronomy and other sciences, Galileo Was Wrong shows that the debate between Galileo and the Catholic Church was much more than a difference of opinion about the interpretation of Scripture.
Scientific evidence available to us within the last 100 years that was not available during Galileo's confrontation shows that the Church's position on the immobility of the Earth is not only scientifically supportable, but it is the most stable model of the universe and the one which best answers all the evidence we see in the cosmos.
NOTE: I'd love to sit in on this party...reminiscing The Inquisition and the evil Illuminati. Good times...Lon
The Bownessie Search Continues....
Sky - Monster hunters have used sonar equipment for the first time to search for a mysterious creature reportedly living in England's largest lake.
Sky News filmed out on Windermere with the team looking for proof that the beast exists.
In the last four years there have been seven reported sightings of a long humpbacked animal, now nicknamed Bow-Nessie.
Windermere hotel owner, Thomas Noblett, described his strange encounter in the water, saying: "All of a sudden I felt something brush past my legs like a giant fish.
"And then I was lifted up by a 3ft wave. I've no idea what it was."
During the sweep of the lake, the team spotted a strange 14 metre long disturbance in the water but were unable to detect anything on sonar.
Searching Windermere is a huge task as the lake is 220ft deep in parts and over ten miles long.
Hunt organiser, Dean Maynard, said: "We've had more creature sightings here than at Loch Ness in recent years so we think it's time that Bow-Nessie received more attention."
Last year, a local film crew spotted a 20 metre long object below the surface of the lake but sceptics believe the footage shows a wave from an unseen boat.
NOTE: most of you are aware of my thoughts on this 'cryptid search'. If not, go to Bownessie: The Windermere Monster Deception...Lon
Fortean / Oddball News - 9/13/2010