Saturday, October 31, 2015

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All Hallows' Eve Official Trailer 1 (2015) - Horror Movie HD

Good Boy

LOL,Love this one! :)

Posted by Peter Dixon on Saturday, November 9, 2013

Cooties - Official Trailer (2015) Elijah Wood Movie [2K Ultra HD]

Halloween Returns - Official Trailer #1 (2016) Horror Movie HD

Halloween (II) 1981 Movie \-/ Good Jamie Lee Curtis Horror Movie.

The Wicked Witch lives!

The Wicked Witch lives

The Wicked Witch lives! Imagine seeing one of these things flying around?LOOKING FOR MORE VIDEOS LIKE THIS?

Posted by on Thursday, March 26, 2015

The Best Jump Ever!!

The Best Jump Ever!!

Posted by on Sunday, May 31, 2015

Oingo Boingo - It's a Dead Man's Party

I'm going. Who's with me???

I'm going. Who's with me??? There is one of these in Gatlinburg TN USA and one in Austria.

Posted by Viral Videos on Saturday, September 12, 2015

Haunted Willow Creek Farm.... Living Dead Paranormal The Farm

The Real Amityville Horror - (Paranormal Documentary)

Tim Burton showing off a Halloween costume made by his mother, 1967

Day in Auschwitz || Amazing Documentary

Al Molinaro, drive-in owner in 'Happy Days,' dies at 96

Al Molinaro, the loveable character actor with the hangdog face who was known to millions of TV viewers for playing Murray the cop on "The Odd Couple" and malt shop owner Al Delvecchio on "Happy Days," died Friday at Verdugo Hills Hospital in Glendale, his son Michael Molinaro said.

Molinaro, retired from acting since the 1990s, died of complications of gallstone problems, his son said. He was 96.

The Kenosha, Wisconsin, native was a journeyman performer well into middle age when a comedy improv class led to his breakthrough. Producer Garry Marshall heard about Molinaro and hired him for the part of police Officer Murray Greshler on "The Odd Couple," the TV version of Neil Simon's play about feuding roommates. It starred Tony Randall as photographer Felix Unger and Jack Klugman as sports writer Oscar Madison and featured Molinaro as one of their buddies, a simpleminded policeman who at times seemed as much a threat to his friends as he did to any crooks.

"The Odd Couple" ran from 1970-75 and not only demonstrated Molinaro's knack for goofiness, but exploited his most distinctive feature - his plus-sized nose. In one defining scene, Murray attempts to enter his friends' apartment, but the door is locked. Murray instead sticks his nose through a peephole.

"Oh, hi Murray," Oscar calls out.

His son Michael said that Molinaro "was good friends till the end with all of the group of people involved in 'The Odd Couple.' "

His next long-running role was that of Al Delvecchio in "Happy Days," the 1974-1984 nostalgic sitcom about 1950s life that starred Ron Howard and Henry Winkler. Molinaro joined the cast in 1976, replacing Pat Morita as the owner of Arnold's Drive-In, and remained until 1982.

In ABC's 1992 "'Happy Days' Reunion Special," Molinaro defended the show from criticism that it sentimentalized the 1950s.

"In the industry, they used to consider us like a bubble-gum show," he said. "But I think they overlooked one thing. To the public in America, 'Happy Days' was an important show, and I think it was and I think it still is."

Molinaro built on his "Happy Days" success for years after he left the show. He brought the character of Al to "Joanie Loves Chachi," a short-lived "Happy Days" spinoff that aired from 1982-83. In 1987, he and Anson Williams, who played Potsie on "Happy Days," started Big Al's, a Midwestern diner chain.

He brought Al back for a brief appearance in "Buddy Holly," a 1995 music video for the group Weezer that was directed by Spike Jonze.

Molinaro played a grandfather in "The Family Man" sitcom that aired from 1990-1991, and continued to make guest appearances on other series through the early '90s. He also filmed commercials, notably for On-Cor frozen dinners.

Molinaro came to acting late in life. He had a brief teenage stint as a clarinet player with a band, then worked at a variety of jobs after graduating high school. He moved to California in the early 1950s on casual advice from a friend who suggested he pursue acting.

"I said, 'I'll do that,'" Molinaro told the Kenosha News in a 2004 interview. "I get on the Greyhound bus and I'm in Hollywood."

His first TV job was in production, when he talked an independent TV station manager into hiring him. Then it was on to TV commercials and ads, including a Los Angeles billboard that featured him in a chef's cap. The producers of "Get Smart" spotted it and hired Molinaro to play Agent 44 for a few episodes in 1969. That was followed by guest roles in such sitcoms as "Green Acres," ''That Girl" and "Bewitched."

"I spent 20 years here before I got anything going, and from that I got lucky," he said.

Molinaro had a son, Michael, from his first marriage. He and his second wife, Betty Farrell, married in 1981.

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The Red Boxes at Salton Sea

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Romanian nightclub fire leaves 27 dead, scores injured

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Irvine girl's elaborate Halloween costume catches Katy Perry's attention

AMAZING HALLOWEEN LIGHT SHOW (2015) - Best of Disney Villains!!!

Halloween brings spooky fun to the Southland

Teacher, whose Palmdale home was covered in mud, wins Mathis Brothers Furniture giveaway

Southern California weather forecast Saturday

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A Night in Old Spadra, Sat. October 31 8pm, last tour 12am

1517 Martin Luther posts 95 theses


National Knock Knock Joke Day - October 31

                             NATIONAL KNOCK KNOCK JOKE DAY

National Knock Knock Joke Day is observed annually on October 31.  This holiday is for jokesters of all ages to share their knock knock jokes throughout the day.
A little history of the Knock Knock Joke:
1929:  The game of Buff – A child with a stick thumps it on the ground using the following dialogue:
Knock Knock
Who’s There:
What says Buff:
Buff says Buff to all his men And I say Buff to you again.
1934:  The standard knock knock joke format was used in a newspaper humor column:
Knock Knock
Who’s There?
Rufus Who?
Rufus the most important part of your house.
1936:  Likely the beginning of popularity for knock knock jokes.

Knock knock jokes became a regular part of the Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-in Show in the late 1960′s and early 1970′s.
Children often learn to tell knock knock jokes as one of their first types of jokes, at a very young age.
Tell your best knock knock jokes and use #KnockKnockJokeDay to post on social media.
Within our research we were unable to find the creator and the origin of National Knock Knock Joke Day.
National Magic Day - October 31
National Magic Day – October 31


National Magic Day is observed by magic lovers across America each year on October 31 as part of National Magic Week.
Magic is described as: “Performing art that entertains audiences  by staging tricks of creating illusions of seemingly impossible or supernatural feats using natural means.”
The person performing such illusions is called a magician or an illusionist.
Magical performances have more than likely been performed throughout history.  One of the most well known magicians was Harry Houdini.  Known for his *escapology, Houdini had developed a range of stage magic tricks and made full use of the range of conjuring techniques, including fake equipment and collusion with individuals in the audience.  His show business savvy was as great as his performance skills.  Scranton, Pennsylvania is home to the Houdini Museum.
* Escapology is the practice of escaping from restraints or other traps. 
There are many different types of magic performances which may fall into one of the falling categories:
Stage illusions – Parlor magic – Platform magic – Micromagic – Escapology – Pickpocket magic – Mentalism – Theatrical seances – Children’s magic –  Online magic tricks – Mathemagic – Corporate magic or trade show magic – Gospel magic – Street magic – Bizarre magic – Shock magic – Comedy magic 
Teach yourself a magic trick or watch other magicians perform. Use #NationalMagicDay to post on social media.
National Magic Day is sponsored by the Society of American Magicians. In 1938, a Chicago member of the Society of American Magicians sought official sanction for a “Houdini” day. This day was sanctioned by Mrs. Houdini and October 31 was proclaimed National Magic Day in Harry Houdini’s memory.
 Harry Houdini (March 24, 1974 – October 31, 1926)

National Caramel Apple Day - October 31
National Caramel Apple Day – October 31


National Caramel Apple Day is observed annually on October 31. A fun memory from many people’s childhoods is eating caramel apples in the fall.  It may have been at a fair, carnival, Halloween party or just home with family and friends, but the memory is a good one and part of the fun was making them.
  • Caramel apples (sometimes called taffy apples) are made by dipping apples, on a stick, in hot caramel.
  • Caramel apples are sometimes sprinkled with nuts, chocolate or other confections.
  • For caramel apples in high production, a sheet of caramel can be wrapped around the apple and then heated to melt the caramel evenly onto it.
  • The most commonly preferred apples used in making caramel apples are tart, crisp apples such as Granny Smith or Fuji apples.
  • Caramel apples are enjoyed by millions of people, young and old, across the nation.
  • This holiday has been perfectly coordinated to coincide with Halloween as that is the post popular time that caramel apples are made and shared.
Enjoy a caramel apple and use #NationalCaramelAppleDay to post on social media.
National Caramel Apple Day is sponsored by the National Confectioners Association.
Girl Scout Founder's Day - October 31
Girl Scout Founder’s Day – October 31


Girl Scout Founder’s Day is observed each year on October 31. This is a day to appreciate not only the founder of Girl Scouts but all the good things Scouting has done for girls since it’s inception. 
Girl Scout Founder’s Day is a special day for all girls. It is a time to think about who we would like to be, let our imaginations run wild and turn those dreams into a reality. We can truly transform ourselves into something different—something bigger, bolder and more daring than we ever thought possible.
Use #GirlScoutFounder’sDay to post on social media.
Juliette Gordon Low, also known as “Daisy”, who was born on October 31, 1860, was the founder of Girl Scouts of the USA, along with the help of Sir Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of the Scouting Movement.   In 1912, Low formed a Girl Guide troop in Savannah Georgia and in 1915, the Girl Guides became the Girl Scouts with Low becoming the first president.  She remained active with the Girl Scouts until the time of her death in 1927.   Low’s birthday, October 31, is celebrated by the Girl Scouts as “Founder’s Day”.
Halloween - October 31
Halloween – October 31


Halloween or Hallowe’en (/ˌhæləˈwiːn, -oʊˈiːn, ˌhɑːl-/; a contraction of “All Hallows’ Evening”), also known as Allhalloween,  All Hallows’ Eve,  or All Saints’ Eve,  is a yearly celebration observed in a number of countries on October 31, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows’ Day. It initiates the triduum of Allhallowtide,  the time in the liturgical year dedicated to remembering the dead, including saints (hallows), martyrs, and all the faithful departed believers. Within Allhallowtide, the traditional focus of All Hallows’ Eve revolves around the theme of using “humor and ridicule to confront the power of death.”
Typical festive Halloween activities include trick-or-treating (or the related “guising”), attending costume parties, decorating, carving pumpkins into jack-o’-lanterns, lighting bonfires, apple bobbing, visiting haunted house attractions, playing pranks, telling scary stories and watching horror films. In many parts of the world, the Christian religious observances of All Hallows’ Eve, including attending church services and lighting candles on the graves of the dead, remain popular, although in other locations, these solemn customs are less pronounced in favor of a more commercialized and secularized celebration. Because many Western Christian denominations encourage, although no longer require, abstinence from meat on All Hallows’ Eve, the tradition of eating certain vegetarian foods for this vigil day developed, including the consumption of apples, colcannon, cider, potato pancakes, and soul cakes.
Use #Halloween to post on social media.
According to many scholars, All Hallows’ Eve is a Christianized feast initially influenced by Celtic harvest festivals, with possible pagan roots, particularly the Gaelic Samhain.  Other scholars maintain that it originated independently of Samhain and has solely Christian roots.
Source:  Wikipedia

Pomona police to use educational ecstasy handout at Hard Day of the Dead Festival

The little horse that could.

The little horse that could.

Posted by Steve Hartman on Saturday, October 24, 2015

Unique traffic stops in Kansas City, Missouri bring drivers to tears

Unique traffic stops in Kansas City, Missouri bring drivers to tears. Watch last night's "On the Road" with Steve Hartman. #CBSEveningNews #OnTheRoad

Posted by CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley on Saturday, December 13, 2014

Friday, October 30, 2015

Tillman the skateboarding celebrity bulldog dies from heart problems

OXNARD, Calif. - The local skateboarding celebrity bulldog Tillman has died of heart problems, but will be remembered as an incredible canine who made millions of people smile.

Kids Scared By Halloween Masks

Kids Scared By Halloween Masks

Mua ha ha ha

Posted by America's Funniest Home Videos on Friday, October 30, 2015

Great day for a walk in Ptown

Ren's Then and Now

Great Day in Pomona

What a nice day to be hanging outside and working in the shop. And what a view, well except for the telephone poles and all the rest of the stuff.

Beverly Hills, Indio, Redlands face $61,000 fine over water use

Beverly Hills, Indio, Redlands and the Coachella Valley Water District are facing a $61,000 fine for failing to meet their mandated water conservation tier standards.

The fines reflects the rising severity of California's four-year drought that has prompted the state to demand cutbacks.

Statewide, residents cut their water use by 26.1 percent in September, according to figures released Friday.

Harrison Ford Talks About "Star Wars: The Force Awakens” in a Hotdog Costume

Strong winds blowing through Inland Empire; hazardous conditions expected

Victim ejected onto 5 Freeway sign after crash near Glendale

2 teens buy 100 McDonald's sandwiches to feed homeless in Los Angeles

Airplane Classic Scenes

Pomona's M.V.B. - Boz Scaggs - Lowdown

They moved the payment box

ATTENTION POMONA: The Utility Payment Drop Box is now located in the Customer Parking Lot on the East Side of City Hall.
Payments are collected at 8am each business day (Monday-Thursday). Payments placed in the box after 8am are credited to the next business day.

Don’t know what to do with your family this Halloween? Come to our FREE Haunted House at Palomares Park this Friday and Saturday from 6:00-8:30p.m.!!!

Nov 07, 2015

09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

SoCal MakerCon

Location: Expo Hall 9

The largest event in Southern California celebrating innovations, inventions and ideas with:
Inventions & Innovations
DIY projects
Inspirational speakers & leading figures
Product demos
Startup Alley
Central 3D printing
Robotics Drones & UAV's
RC vehicles
Robot Battles
Early Bird admission $10; VIP admission $35; general admission $20; student admission $15

Parking $10 at Gate 17 on Fairplex Dr.
Visit the website for more information

Oct31, 2015 - Nov 01, 2015

HARD Day of the Dead

Location: Fairplex Expo Halls 4,6,8,9,10

HARD Day of the Dead returns to the Fairplex campus Saturday, Oct. 31 and Sunday, Nov. 1 from 1-11 p.m.
Parking and box office open at 11 a.m. 
Gates open at 1 p.m.
Parking at Gate 17 on Fairplex Dr. is included with the price of the event ticket
All drop-offs, including pedestrians, Uber, Lyft and taxis are at Gate 15 on Arrow Highway

This is a 21+ event and attendees must show valid government-issued photo ID in order to gain admittance
Visit the website for lineup and tickets

Man gets $5,000 cashing in penny collection

Loma Linda University Medical Center celebrates 25 years using proton cancer treatment

Brush fire breaks out above Santa Barbara amid dangerous winds

EXCLUSIVE: TSA agent opens up about deadly 2013 LAX shooting

DC cop challenges teens to dance-off, wins

High surf, tides expected along Southern California coast

Seal Beach man remembers 1983 El Nino as city gets early start on sand berm

Strong Santa Ana winds sweep through Southland

Southern California weather forecast Friday


National Candy Corn Day - October 30

                                 NATIONAL CANDY CORN DAY

Candy Corn was created by George Renninger of Wunderle Candy Company in the late 1800′s. He created this sweet treat to represent the pretty colors of corn kernels.   Originally, Candy Corn was yellow, orange and white, but it has become popular in other colors as well.
This confection was originally made by hand using corn syrup, sugar, water, marshmallows, fondant and carnauba wax (a wax made from the leaves of a palm tree), but it is now produced using machines.  The original ingredients are still used in the recipe.
Whether you want to go whip up a batch or go and purchase a bag, go and enjoy National Candy Corn Day.  Use #NationalCandyCornDay to post on social media.
Within our research, we were unable to find the creator and origin of National Candy Corn Day.
National Publicist Day October 30
National Publicist Day October 30


National Publicist Day is celebrated annually on October 30th. This is a day to appreciate publicists.
October 30th is the day that the New York Times printed verbatim the very first press release written by Ivy Lee, the “father of modern PR”. The Pennsylvania Railroad was a client of Ivy Lee, and on October 28th, 1906, 50 people lost their lives due to a three-car train jumping a trestle in New Jersey and plunging into a thoroughfare creek. In response to this, Ivy Lee created the first press release that afternoon. He not only convinced the railroad to distribute a public statement, he also convinced them to provide a special train to get reporters to the scene of the accident.
The New York Times was so impressed with this innovative approach to corporate communications that it printed the first press release—verbatim—on Oct. 30, 1906 as a “Statement from the Road.” (information obtained from
Public relations is such a love/hate relationship (you love to hate it and hate to love it).  This industry isn’t an instant gratification one…and on some days a non-gratification. This is a day for publicists to come from behind the scenes where they are constantly working (even behind their eyelids) and be appreciated publicly for all they do to improve brand communications with the public.
Call, email, or shout out to your publicist on social media and let them know you appreciate them. Don’t have a publicist? Well today’s the perfect day to research and contact one that suits your brand and show your appreciation for what they could contribute to your brand. Use #NationalPublicistDay to post on social media.
National Publicist Day and it’s meaning was submitted and founded by Jordanna Stephen, owner of APARTMENT|SEVEN,  a PR firm in New York, and declared by the Registrar at National Day Calendar.
Speak Up For Service Day - October 30
Speak Up For Service Day – October 30


Speak Up For Service Day is being established to recognize the importance of telling others about the need for young people to be actively involved in community service. Too often, good deeds of service by young people go unnoticed by their communities. Speak Up For Service Day gives recognition to the unnoticed and serves as a reminder that people should tell others about the contributions of young people to their communities.
Sponsored by the Lions of North Dakota, the Speak Up For Service public speaking contest has become an annual event held in conjunction with the North Dakota State Lions Convention. Other Lions Clubs and Districts throughout North America sponsor similar public speaking contests where young people share their insight on issues of the day and the contributions of Lions to making the world a better place.
The Speak Up For Service Project’s history began in 2003, when the Fargo, ND Lions Club initiated a public speaking contest for area high school students in honor of Laura Christensen Espejo, a woman who devoted her life to improving the health care services available to the less fortunate in the Fargo community and in Peru, the country of her husband Lucho. Lion Robert Littlefield coordinated the contest on the local level before launching it as a statewide initiative while serving as District Governor in 2010-2011.
In 2010, the first annual Lions Speak Up For Service public speaking contest was held at the North Dakota State Lions Convention in Grand Forks. High school students who entered the competition spoke on topics related to young people and community service. Brent Johnson, a senior at Shanley High School, was the first state winner of the Speak Up For Service contest. Johnson and the other contestants received scholarships for their participation in the event.
Use #SpeakUpForServiceDay to post on social media.
National Speak Up For Service Day was submitted by the Mandan Lions Club and proclaimed by the Registrar at National Day Calendar in 2014.
National Breadstick Day - Last Friday in October
National Breadstick Day – Last Friday in October


National Breadstick Day is observed annually on the last Friday in October. This is a day to enjoy those tender, delicious, dunkable pieces of pure enjoyment.
Breadsticks come in many forms. They can be soft or crunchy. Breadsticks can be flavored with garlic, onion, salt or cheese. They can also be sweetened with cinnamon and sugar. However you like you breadsticks, today is the day to indulge.
Enjoy a breadstick and use #NationalBreadstickDay to post on social media.

Bring your children to the annual Halloween Costume Parade and Contest tomorrow at the Ontario Senior Center! Call (909) 395-2020 for more information.