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Pharrell Is Holding the World’s Most Stylish Online Garage Sale




In addition to the development of a legendary skincare routine contradicting our understanding of time itself, Pharrell is quite the style maverick. From music videos to red carpets, his outfits often make the kind of statements fans crave, and now they finally can. Pharrell has announced the launch of Joopiteits own auction service, which will sell a selection of incredible luxury goods from its 11 vaults.

Joopiter’s inaugural Son of a Pharaoh collection will go live on October 11th. (Pharoah is Pharrell’s father’s name.) In an interview with the financial times, The 49-year-old music superstar explained what went into the decision to bring in a new team to build the Joopiter portal. The new company’s name is reportedly linked to the importance of Jupiter as a harbinger of good luck and blessings in astrology, and Pharrell plans to introduce a philanthropic component later.

“I will not sell furniture on StockX,” he said FT, explains why he decided to start his own trading platform instead of using an existing one. “I will not resell diamond rings over 20 carats [The] RealReal.”

The reissued Joopiter Instagram gives a glimpse of what some of the available items might be, including a multicolored diamond NERD necklace by popular jeweler Jacob & Co., a gold PlayStation Portable, a multicolored leather jacket with “WOMEN’S RIGHTS” written across the chest, and several pairs of crystal-encrusted Adidas sneakers. While the site will launch with his own possessions, he says it will eventually sell other people’s collections as well.

In the article, Pharrell talks about how music and fashion have been intertwined since Mozart’s time, and he says clearing out some of his many possessions is “an eye-opening experience.” (That financial times does us all a huge favor by asking Pharrell if he keeps working Rihanna’s ninth LPbut Williams tactfully refuses to give details.)

Although there has been an increase in famous musicians selling their pieces second-hand (Charli XCX has partnered with Depop to raise money for GLITS, and Lil Yachty has sold more than 700 pieces of clothing from his collection on Grailed), Pharrell, who has created his own platform, is another example of how he is pioneering avenues for hip-hop acts in the fashion industry. As a designer, Pharrell co-founded the brands Billionaire Boys Club and Icecream and has an extensive collection of shoes and clothing with Adidas. And while we don’t know if Pharrell’s giant Vivienne Westwood buffalo hat will ever be sold at Joopiter, we’re keeping our fingers crossed.


Live Blackjack and the technology involved




Whether you’re familiar with casino games or not, you’ve undoubtedly heard of blackjack – or twenty-one as it was originally known. Created in the 17thth The game has stood the test of time for centuries, becoming one of the first to be available on online casino sites.

In fact, nowadays you can Play Live Blackjack online, with real dealers hosting the game, streamed from a specialized studio straight to your device in real time!

But how exactly does live blackjack work?

Join us as we explore the technology that makes live casino games so authentic…

What is live blackjack?

Live Blackjack is exactly what you would expect. A classic blackjack game hosted by a professional dealer for an accurate casino experience.

As you enter the game, you’ll likely find some unique variations to explore. Whatever you choose, the concept is the same. You will be greeted by the live host who will then open the betting window for you to place your bet and then continue dealing to the left as the game begins.


There is a lot of magic at work behind the scenes of the live casino, and state-of-the-art technology is constantly being developed to give you the best possible experience. Besides the professionally trained dealer, great graphics and theme studio, you will find many other elements that make up the live casino experience…


You’ll find multiple HD cameras that capture the gameplay from every angle, allowing you to see every element of the gameplay seamlessly as if you were really sitting at one seat in front of the gaming table.

Optical Character Recognition (OCR)

There’s the OCR software that tracks the symbols on the cards and every other tiny movement in the studio and translates it into data so the information can be displayed on your screen without delay.


The monitor provides a way for two-way interaction. It allows the dealer to see what is being asked in the live chat box and helps them keep track of bets placed and players in-game, for example.

Game Control Unit (GCU)

The GCU is really what holds all of this incredible technology together and makes sure the games work. Each table has a GCU that takes care of the encoding process. This ensures gameplay is streamed in real-time and with optimal clarity, giving you an authentic casino experience that truly can’t be beat!

With that in mind, do you think you’ll be trying your hand at live blackjack anytime soon? Or will you stick with the digital random number generator (RNG) games that are so familiar in this day and age?

Perhaps live blackjack has caught your attention enough to make you want to up your game and try a themed variation like Quantum Blackjack Pluswhere you will find a whole new realm of multipliers and unique gameplay that can accommodate an unlimited number of players.

So you can enjoy an authentic casino experience or opt for something you just wouldn’t find in live blackjack at a land-based venue. Which will you choose?

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The ‘Cocaine Bear’ Trailer Is as Insanely Fun as It Sounds




In 1985, when everyone in Hollywood was taking a hit, a black bear made national headlines after consuming a massive amount of coke dumped from a plane into the Georgia woods by a drug smuggler. It was almost thirty years later, but this jacked bear finally found his own way to Hollywood with Universal’s cocaine bear, a pulpy thriller loosely based on the 1985 ordeal. The horror comedy, due out this February, is directed by Elizabeth Banks with an ensemble cast that includes Keri Russell, O’Shea Jackson, Jr., Margo Martindale, game of Thrones‘ Kristofer Hivju and solo‘s Alden Ehrenreich.

The new trailer begins with two paramedics arriving at a horror movie battle scene only to confront the titular bear on the titular cocaine. Russell plays a mother desperate to find her missing child amid the bear’s rampage, Martindale plays a cop who is being flung around by the ambushed beast, and modern family‘s Jesse Tyler Ferguson climbs a tree to escape the bear, even though he knows full well it’s bears can climbing trees … as his torn off leg later testifies. The trailer makes a hilarious use of Melle Mel’s classic White Lines (Don’t Do It), a groovy cautionary tale about the dangers of nasal-based narcotics. (The preview also gives Ehrenreich the money line as he yells, “The bear, it friggin’ did cocaine! A bear did cocaine!”)


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banks spoke with The AU review before the launch of the trailer and explained what drew her to this bizarre story. “I remember reading that story and thinking about how sad it was that this bear became collateral damage in this shitty drug war,” she said. “I felt like this film was almost an opportunity to do a bear revenge film.”

Tonal, cocaine bear seems like a cross between a terrible creature trait like Crawl and a subversive horror show like Tucker & Dale vs Evil. Banks initially jumped into the director’s chair pitch perfect 2, and has shown a knack for creating the kind of quick-fire humor she’s so good at delivering even as an actress. Her last feature film, 2019 Charlie’s Angel Reboot, received mixed reviews and never found a commercial footing, so reset with an irreverent, low-stakes action-comedy like cocaine bear is a logical choice.

Although the film promises it Snakes on an airplane-ian absurdity (the trailer literally ends with the bear throwing himself into the open doors of a speeding ambulance) there is a poignant angle cocaine bear. It serves as Ray Liotta’s first posthumous screen appearance, who passed this May at the age of 67. Banks paid tribute to Liotta after his death, write on Instagram“I’ve been told by Hollywood producers in the past that men wouldn’t follow me, so I couldn’t direct. Ray’s respect for me as a director, actress and artist, as his boss on set, meant everything to me because when you can direct Heinrich Huegelyou can fucking do anything in this town.”

The film is slated for release on February 24, and while the first few months of the year are often known as studio dumps, it’s also a time when an energetic crowd pleaser could really thrive. Whatever the finished product, there certainly won’t be a lack of cocaine-fueled energy.

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Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie Dead at 79




Christine McVie, the longtime singer, keyboardist and songwriter for Fleetwood Mac, has died at the age of 79. “She passed away peacefully in hospital this morning, Wednesday, November 30, 2022, after a short illness,” the musician’s family said said in a statement. “She was in the company of her family. We ask that you respect the family’s privacy at this extremely painful time and we want everyone to hold Christine in their hearts and remember the life of an incredible human being and adored musician who was loved by all. RIP Christine McVie.”

Christine Anne Perfect was born on July 12, 1943 in the village of Bouth, Lancashire, England, the daughter of a concert violinist and a faith healer. She began learning music at a young age and studied classical music until she was 15 before turning to rock ‘n’ roll. After moving to Birmingham to study sculpture, she joined a band called Sounds of Blue as the bassist. Two of her bandmates, Stan Webb and Andy Silvester, later formed Chicken Shack, which featured McVie as vocalist and keyboardist. The group released two albums, 40 blue fingers, freshly packed and Ready to serve and OK Kenand had a Top 20 hit in the UK with a cover of Etta James’ “I’d Rather Go Blind”.

McVie left Chicken Shack in 1969 after meeting Fleetwood Mac bassist John McVie, whom she married a year later, shortly after the release of her solo debut. Christine Perfect. (At the time, Fleetwood Mac and Chicken Shack were signed to the same label, Blue Horizon.) After contributing to a handful of early Fleetwood Mac albums, she became an official member in 1970 after founding guitarist Peter Green left. Shortly after moving to the United States, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks joined the band and enjoyed great success with their 1975 self-titled album, which included the McVie-penned hits “Over My Head” and “Say You Love Me.” She also wrote numerous classics for the blockbuster sequel “1977”. rumours, including “Songbird” and “You Make Loving Fun”. The McVies divorced in 1978, but both remained in the band.

McVie contributed to the 1979s tusk and 1982s Mirage before releasing her self-titled album in 1984, which included the Top 10 hit “Get a Hold On Me.” She married keyboardist Eddy Quintela in 1986, and the couple co-wrote songs for Fleetwood Mac’s next gig, in 1987 Tango at night, including the hits “Everywhere” and “Little Lies”. Her last studio album with Fleetwood Mac was in 1995 timeand she officially retired from the band after being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. In 2004 she released her third and final solo album, In the meantime.

McVie officially returned to Fleetwood Mac ahead of the 2014 On With the Show Tour. Three years later she released the joint album Lindsey Buckingham, Christine McVie and toured in support. Earlier this year, McVie released a compilation album entitled Songbird (A Solo Collection).

“There are no words to describe our sadness at the death of Christine McVie,” Fleetwood Mac said wrote in an opinion. “She was truly unique, special and talented beyond measure. She was the best musician you could have in your band and the best friend you could have in your life. We were so lucky to have a life with her. Individually and collectively, we treasured Christine immensely and are grateful for the amazing memories we have. She will be missed so much.”

Stevie Nicks has paid tribute to her bandmate in a tribute handwritten note on social media and wrote: “A few hours ago I was told that my best friend in the whole world since the first day of 1975 had passed away. I didn’t even know she was ill…until late Saturday night. I wanted to be in London; I wanted to go to London – but we should wait. So since Saturday, a song has been buzzing around in my head. I thought maybe I could sing it to her, so I’m singing it to her now.” Nicks then wrote the lyrics to Haim’s 2019 song “Hallelujah.” “See you on the other side, dear,” concluded you. “Don’t forget me – Always, Stevie.”

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