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Lindz
23 October 2009 @ 12:59 am

Hello everyone.. how are everyone doing? Sorry i havn't updated in a while out here.. But i had been updating my graphics..

They are Michael Jackson (Dangerous Era/History) icons & another update with The OC & Law and Order: SVU with  Mariska and Christopher. I hope u enjoy my graphics.. :)
I also finally made caps and upload Fast & Furious movie with Michelle Rodriguez, Paul Walker and Jordana Brewster @ <lj comm = lindz_caps>


Have a great and wonderful weekend everyone.. Cheers!!

 
 
Lindz
29 September 2009 @ 08:24 pm
Hello everyone.. here is my magazine i wanna share i had it for a while ago.. This is from LIFE magazine. Enjoy the pictures!!

King of Pop is here.. RIPCollapse )
 
 
Lindz
24 September 2009 @ 12:27 am


Hello everyone.. I changed some things around.. mostly to my screencaps - lindz_caps

*I decided to change to only members only to post. Will now have to join and watch to download my caps. I seen a lot of people never comment and been downloading some of my caps and i  am very upset on that. From now on, only going to be MEMBERS ONLY..

JOIN the Community to download and please COMMENT if download my caps. It is NOT THAT HARD @ ALL.
 

Thanks for your time and have a good night..

 
 
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Patrick Swayze dies at 57 Patrick Swayze Swayze's publicist Annett Wolf says the 57-year-old 'Dirty Dancing' actor died Monday, Sept. 14, 2009, after a nearly two-year battle with pancreatic cancer. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis, file)Associated Press LOS ANGELES - Patrick Swayze, the hunky actor who danced his way into viewers' hearts with "Dirty Dancing" and then broke them with "Ghost," died Monday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 57. "Patrick Swayze passed away peacefully today with family at his side after facing the challenges of his illness for the last 20 months," said a statement released Monday evening by his publicist, Annett Wolf. No other details were given. Fans of the actor were saddened to learn in March 2008 that Swayze was suffering from a particularly deadly form of cancer. He had kept working despite the diagnosis, putting together a memoir with his wife and shooting "The Beast," an A&E drama series for which he had already made the pilot. It drew a respectable 1.3 million viewers when the 13 episodes ran in 2009, but A&E said it had reluctantly decided not to renew it for a second season. Swayze said he opted not to use painkilling drugs while making "The Beast" because they would have taken the edge off his performance. He acknowledged that time might be running out given the grim nature of the disease. When he first went public with the illness, some reports gave him only weeks to live, but his doctor said his situation was "considerably more optimistic" than that. "I'd say five years is pretty wishful thinking," Swayze told ABC's Barbara Walters in early 2009. "Two years seems likely if you're going to believe statistics. I want to last until they find a cure, which means I'd better get a fire under it." A three-time Golden Globe nominee, Swayze became a star with his performance as the misunderstood bad-boy Johnny Castle in "Dirty Dancing." As the son of a choreographer who began his career in musical theater, he seemed a natural to play the role. A coming-of-age romance starring Jennifer Grey as an idealistic young woman on vacation with her family and Swayze as the Catskills resort's sexy (and much older) dance instructor, the film made great use of both his grace on his feet and his muscular physique. It became an international phenomenon in the summer of 1987, spawning albums, an Oscar-winning hit song in "(I've Had) the Time of My Life," stage productions and a sequel, 2004's "Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights," in which he made a cameo. Swayze performed and co-wrote a song on the soundtrack, the ballad "She's Like the Wind," inspired by his wife, Lisa Niemi. The film also gave him the chance to utter the now-classic line, "Nobody puts Baby in a corner." And it allowed him to poke fun at himself on a "Saturday Night Live" episode, in which he played a wannabe Chippendales dancer alongside the corpulent and frighteningly shirtless Chris Farley. A major crowdpleaser, the film drew only mixed reviews from critics, though Vincent Canby wrote in The New York Times, "Given the limitations of his role, that of a poor but handsome sex-object abused by the rich women at Kellerman's Mountain House, Mr. Swayze is also good. ... He's at his best -- as is the movie -- when he's dancing." Swayze followed that up with the 1989 action flick "Road House," in which he played a bouncer at a rowdy bar. But it was his performance in 1990's "Ghost" that showed his vulnerable, sensitive side. He starred as a murdered man trying to communicate with his fiancee (Demi Moore) -- with great frustration and longing -- through a psychic played by Whoopi Goldberg. Swayze said at the time that he fought for the role of Sam Wheat (director Jerry Zucker wanted Kevin Kline) but once he went in for an audition and read six scenes, he got it. Why did he want the part so badly? "It made me cry four or five times," he said of Bruce Joel Rubin's Oscar-winning script in an AP interview. "Ghost" provided yet another indelible musical moment: Swayze and Moore sensually molding pottery together to the strains of the Righteous Brothers' "Unchained Melody." It also earned a best-picture nomination and a supporting-actress Oscar for Goldberg, who said she wouldn't have won if it weren't for Swayze. "When I won my Academy Award, the only person I really thanked was Patrick," Goldberg said in March 2008 on the ABC daytime talk show "The View." Swayze himself earned three Golden Globe nominations, for "Dirty Dancing," "Ghost" and 1995's "To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar," which further allowed him to toy with his masculine image. The role called for him to play a drag queen on a cross-country road trip alongside Wesley Snipes and John Leguizamo. His heartthrob status almost kept him from being considered for the role of Vida Boheme. "I couldn't get seen on it because everyone viewed me as terminally heterosexually masculine-macho," he told the AP then. But he transformed himself so completely that when his screen test was sent to Steven Spielberg, whose Amblin pictures produced "To Wong Foo," Spielberg didn't recognize him. Among his earlier films, Swayze was part of the star-studded lineup of up-and-comers in Francis Ford Coppola's 1983 adaptation of S.E. Hinton's novel "The Outsiders," alongside Rob Lowe, Tom Cruise, Matt Dillon, Ralph Macchio, Emilio Estevez and Diane Lane. Swayze played Darrel "Dary" Curtis, the oldest of three wayward brothers -- and essentially the father figure -- in a poor family in small-town Oklahoma. Other '80s films included "Red Dawn," "Grandview U.S.A." (for which he also provided choreography) and "Youngblood," once more with Lowe, as Canadian hockey teammates. In the '90s, he made such eclectic films as "Point Break" (1991), in which he played the leader of a band of bank-robbing surfers, and the family Western "Tall Tale" (1995), in which he starred as Pecos Bill. He appeared on the cover of People magazine as its "Sexiest Man Alive" in 1991, but his career tapered off toward the end of the 1990s, when he also had stay in rehab for alcohol abuse. In 2001, he appeared in the cult favorite "Donnie Darko," and in 2003 he returned to the New York stage with "Chicago"; 2006 found him in the musical "Guys and Dolls" in London. Swayze was born in 1952 in Houston, the son of Jesse Swayze and choreographer Patsy Swayze, whose films include "Urban Cowboy." He played football but also was drawn to dance and theater, performing with the Feld, Joffrey and Harkness Ballets and appearing on Broadway as Danny Zuko in "Grease." But he turned to acting in 1978 after a series of injuries. Within a couple years of moving to Los Angeles, he made his debut in the roller-disco movie "Skatetown, U.S.A." The eclectic cast included Scott Baio, Flip Wilson, Maureen McCormack and Billy Barty. Swayze had a couple of movies in the works when his diagnosis was announced, including the drama "Powder Blue," starring Jessica Biel, Forest Whitaker and his younger brother, Don, which was scheduled for release this year. Off-screen, he was an avid conservationist who was moved by his time in Africa to shine a light on "man's greed and absolute unwillingness to operate according to Mother Nature's laws," he told the AP in 2004. Swayze was married since 1975 to Niemi, a fellow dancer who took lessons with his mother; they met when he was 19 and she was 15. A licensed pilot, Niemi would fly her husband from Los Angeles to Northern California for treatment at Stanford University Medical Center, People magazine reported in a cover story. VERY VERY SAD AND SO EMOTIONAL FOR ME! HE WILL BE MISSED FOREVER AND REST IN PEACE... GONE TOO SOON..
THANKS FOR A WONDERFUL AND SWEET MEMORIES... <3 <3
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Lindz
10 September 2009 @ 12:48 pm


I made 2 screencaps @ lindz_caps
Child's Play 2 (featuring Christine Elise)
Army Wives - S2 - Would You Like To Know My Name (Featuring Kim Delaney and Catherine Bell)
 

I also shared updates @   [info]denise_cj 

I also made some icons updates at my graphic community - @  [info]love_disco

Check it out!
Thanks!

PS: QUESTION FOR MY FRIENDS, DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO DESIGN A PROFILE LAYOUT LIKE I SEEN SO MANY OF THEM? INSTEAD OF HAVING PLAIN OLD BORING NOTES? THANKS!!

 
 
 
 
Lindz
09 September 2009 @ 10:02 pm

Michael Jackson XXL Magazine Pictures 
ENJOY!


KING OF POP 1958-FOREVERCollapse )
 
 
Lindz

Hello yall...
i bought 3 Michael Jackson stuff - Dangerous DVD, XXL Magazine on everything featuring MJ and LIFE magazine which again show pictures and articles on MJ.  I scan 2 pictures. Enjoy the pictures!
Let me know if you like me to scan the pages... :)

 
 
 
Lindz
02 September 2009 @ 03:19 pm

 

Hello.. i know i havn't post here lately but i been doing a lot of graphics updates at

love_disco

 and also few screencaps from Army Wives bonus features of Season 1. They are @

lindz_caps

 

Here are my graphix updates that had been posted -

MJ Bad Tour Era & Army Wives - Part 2 The Tribe icons 

The Good Witch & The Good Witch's Garden Icons & MJ and Showtime Ladies Animations

 

Animations - Sound of Music, S Club Go Wild, and Army Wives Gone AWOL

Michael Jackson various photoshoots icons

Army Wives - Part 1 The Tribe icons


Here are my screencaps updates -

Michael Jackson music video - Can't get Enough (Off the Wall album)

Army Wives DVD - Season 2 (Bonus Feature -- The Tribe special)

Army Wives Season 2 Bonus Feature - Cast @ Fort Brigg  Special

 



Denise_CJ Community updates --
 
there aren't a lot of updates on it other than me posting graphics/screencaps and episodes disucssions. :( I am not just seeing members and friends updating and sharing their love for Denise and Claudia Joy of Army Wives. I really want to stay and keep up with the community but there are times i just wanna quit and closed down and i don't really wanna do that @ all.
Any ideas fans?

 

denise_cj          [info]denise_cj   Thanks!  I went to up north trip few weeks ago and i couldn't get on the internet for few days. I had so much fun out there and i get to ride on the ATV!! It was awesome and  very sweet rides!! It was a good family weekend. :) I also recently went to a friend's wedding and i had a blast. it was a good time and i had a fun time and my friend was so beauitful and stunning! I hope all of my friends are doing well and doing great! Take care! Hugs, Lindsey  
 
 
Lindz
29 August 2009 @ 12:09 am

HELLO EVERYONE.. TODAY IS MICHAEL JACKSON 51TH BIRTHDAY.
MAY HE REST IN PEACE... I LOVE YOU MICHAEL  AND MISS YOU VERY MUCH.
I STILL CAN'T BELIEVE YOU STILL GONE.. I AM THINKING OF YOU AND YOUR FAMILIES AND LOVED ONES..
I MADE A BDAY WALLPAPER IN TRIBUTE TO MJ. THE PICTURES ARE FROM BAD TOUR BECAUSE I THINK THEY ARE THE CUTEST AND HOT PICTURES I EVER SEEN. HOPE U LIKE IT.

NEVER SAY GOODBYE..
1958-FOREVER
 
 
Lindz
25 August 2009 @ 03:27 pm
Hello everyone.. i just bought Ebony magazine that is all about michael jackson - page to page. It costs $10 and i found it at Target store. I also saw another magazine which is more of a book and it kind of thin.. i would grab it but i can't spend too much on my money. it cost at least $15 for that book which is not that bad.. maybe at my next payday, i get it. there are some unseen pictures i havn't seen. Again it was page to page of MJ.
I scanned all pages of MJ from Ebony magazine and i hope you like them and enjoy them!

King of Pop.. Love you MJCollapse )