BartCop Entertainment Archives - Saturday, 19 September, 2015


19 September, 2015

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Paul Krugman: Fantasies and Fictions at G.O.P. Debate (NY Times)
Wednesday's debate was full of bad ideas and outright lies.

Evan Sawdey: "Twenty Questions: Albert Hammond Jr." (PopMatters)
The best piece of advice you actually followed?
Don't cry for things that can't cry for you. My dad told me that when I was a kid and had lost something, forgot what. A toy, probably.

Mike Pursley: "It's Supposed to Be Weird" (PopMatters)
An Interview with CocoRosie.

Alexis Petridis: "Keith Richards: 'You don't stop growing until they shovel the dirt in'" (The Guardian)
At 71, the Rolling Stones legend is proud of his cartoon image as a rock outlaw. He's back now with his first solo album in 23 years. But some days, the wildman reputation feels like a ball and chain - he just wants to visit an art gallery or water the garden.

Dave Simpson: "Keith Richards: Crosseyed Heart review - everything a fan could hope for"(The Guardian)
The gorgeous "Nothing on Me" - about surviving whatever life throws at him - is as great a song as the 71-year-old has put his name to in decades. A terrific album, worthy of one of rock's founding fathers.

Alexis Petridis: Carly Rae Jepsen: Emotion review - near-perfect pop with one major flaw (The Guardian)
The Canadian singer who had a mega-hit with Call Me Maybe returns with a new album of precision-tooled modern pop, but there's something - or perhaps someone - missing.

Rob Chapman: The Moody Blues - psychedelia's forgotten heroes (The Guardian)
They were written off by critics as cheesy imposters, but the Moodies have endured far better than that of some of their trippier, more credible rivals.

Peter Bradshaw: The D Train review - funny and nasty Jack Black comedy (The Guardian)
This high-school reunion comedy entertainingly skewers male midlife breakdown and bromantic anxiety.

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The Dicrotendipes thanatogratus, a fly, is named for what musical group?


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Jack Klugman was Quincy, M.E. (also called Quincy). What was Quincy's first name?

       Only the initial 'R'                                                      Source

Quincy, M.E. (also called Quincy) is an American television series from Universal Studios that aired from October 3, 1976, to September 5, 1983, on NBC. It stars Jack Klugman in the title role, a Los Angeles County medical examiner.

The series starred Jack Klugman as Dr. Quincy, a strong-willed, very principled Medical Examiner (forensic pathologist) for the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office, working to ascertain facts about and reasons for possible suspicious deaths. His colleagues, friends and wife all address him by his surname or the shortened "Quince". (The character's first name was never fully given, although in the third-season episode "Accomplice to Murder" his name is shown on a business card as "R. Quincy" and in early episodes the name "Dr R. Quincy" appears on his door.)        Source

Alan J was first, and correct, with:

Randall wrote:
   Accordion to Wiki:
  "The character's first name was never fully given, although in the third-season episode "Accomplice to Murder" his name is shown on a business card as "R. Quincy" and in early episodes the name "Dr R. Quincy" appears on his door."

Adam answered:
   Only the first initial 'R' was revealed.

Dale of Diamond Springs, Mysterious Noircali said:
   The ever baffling R. If you were in his clique you could refer to him as Quince. No babes for you today!

DJ Useo responded:
   It's Magoo, lol. Only joking. His first name was Roger, but I don't think it was ever mentioned on the tv version.
  I always liked that show. Haven't seen it in years.

BttbBob   , replied:
   Hmmmm... Let me think, here... Hows 'bout - Magoo!
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MAM   wrote:
   Dr R. Quincy is the best I can do ~ His name is shown on a business card as "R. Quincy" and in early episodes the name "Dr R. Quincy" appears on his door. Quincy lives on a sailboat in a permanent boat slip in Marina Del Rey.

Deborah said:
   Quincy had a first name?
  I watched reruns in the mid-to-late 80s and never heard anything but "Qincey!" So maybe his first name is James.
  I have no idea, really.

Marian answered:

John I from Hawai'i took the day off.

STEPHEN F took the day off.

Lois Of Oregon took the day off.

Joe S     took the day off.

Jim from CA, retired to ID, is on vacation.

mj took the day off.

Charlie took the day off.

Sally has retired, but still pays attention.



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World court should rule on climate science to quash sceptics, says Philippe Sands | Environment | The Guardian

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Asthmatic sea otter learns to use inhaler

The Catholic Church is using South America to hide their pedophile priests

Dog gets help after staying by friend's side for a week

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Concussions syndrome: 87 out of 91 former NFL players tested positive for brain disease

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Patriot Act NSA Spying Unconstitutional Section 215 National Security Letters Must End

My name is Marc Perkel and I have decided to announce that I will not comply with the so called "Patriot Act" laws requiring me to disclose information about my customers. If I receive a national security letter I will immediately photograph it, post it online everywhere I can, and then make a video of me burning it. I will then await my arrest. If you want to put me in jail then come get me mother fucker.

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Last Night

Back to hot and humid.

Tonight, Saturday:

CBS begins the night with a RERUN 'NCIS: The 3rd One', followed by a RERUN 'Criminal Minds', then '48 Hours'.

NBC fills the night with a RERUN 'American Ninja Warrior'.
Of course, 'SNL' is a RERUN, with Louis C.K. hosting, music by Rhianna.

ABC fills the night with LIVE 'College Football', then pads the left coast with local crap and maybe a RERUN 'Castle'.

The CW has an old 'Friends', followed by a FRESH 'Monopoly Millionaires' Club', then an old '2½ Men', followed by an old 'Family Guy'.

Faux fills the night with LIVE 'College Football', then pads the left coast with local crap.

MY has an old 'Burn Notice', followed by another old 'Burn Notice'.

A&E has all old 'The First 48' all night.

AMC offers the movie 'The Great Gatsby', followed by the movie 'The Great Gatsby', again.

BBC  -   
 [6:00AM]    Doctor Who: Earth Conquest
 [7:00AM]    Doctor Who - Season 8 - Ep 1 - Deep Breath
 [8:30AM]    Doctor Who - Season 8 - Ep 2 - Into the Dalek
 [9:30AM]    Doctor Who - Season 8 - Ep 3 - Robot of Sherwood
 [10:30AM]    Doctor Who - Season 8 - Ep 4 - Listen
 [11:30AM]    Doctor Who - Season 8 - Ep 5 - Time Heist
 [12:30PM]    Doctor Who - Season 8 - Ep 6 - The Caretaker
 [1:30PM]    Doctor Who - Season 8 - Ep 7 - Kill the Moon
 [2:30PM]    Doctor Who - Season 8 - Ep 8 - Mummy on the Orient Express
 [3:30PM]    Doctor Who - Season 8 - Ep 9 - Flatline
 [4:30PM]    Doctor Who - Season 8 - Ep 10 - In the Forest of the Night
 [5:30PM]    Doctor Who - Season 8 - Ep 11 - Dark Water
 [6:30PM]    Doctor Who - Season 8 - Ep 12 - Death in Heaven
 [7:45PM]    Doctor Who: Last Christmas
 [9:00PM]    Doctor Who - Season 9 NEW - Ep 1 - The Magician's Apprentice
 [10:05PM]    The Graham Norton Show - Season 16 - Episode 1
 [10:45PM]    Doctor Who: Last Christmas
 [12:00AM]    Doctor Who - Season 9 - Ep 1 - The Magician's Apprentice
 [1:00AM]    Doctor Who - Season 5 - Ep 3 - Victory of the Daleks
 [2:00AM]    Doctor Who - Season 5 - Ep 4 - The Time of Angels
 [3:00AM]    Doctor Who - Season 5 - Ep 5 - Flesh and Stone
 [4:00AM]    Doctor Who - Season 9 - Ep 1 - The Magician's Apprentice
 [5:00AM]    Doctor Who - Season 5 - Ep 7 - Amy's Choice    (ALL TIMES EST)

Bravo has 'Don't Be Tardy ... ', another 'Don't Be Tardy ... ', followed by a FRESH 'Bravo First Looks', then the movie 'Enough'.

Comedy Central has the movie 'Superbad', followed by the movie 'The 40-Year-Old Virgin', 'Louis C.K.: Hilarious', followed by the FRESH 'Steve Rannazzisi: Breaking Dad', then a FRESH 'The Half Hour', followed by another FRESH 'The Half Hour'.

FX has the movie 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 1', followed by the movie 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 2'.

History has 2 hours of old 'Pawn Stars', followed by a FRESH 'Pirate Treasure Of The Knights Templar', then another FRESH 'Pirate Treasure Of The Knights Templar'.

IFC  -   
 [1:15PM]    GET CARTER
 [3:30PM]    NOTORIOUS
 [8:00PM]    THE MIST
 [10:45PM]    THE MIST

Sundance  -   
 [6:00AM]    The Killer Inside Me
 [8:15AM]    Domino
 [11:15AM]    Enemy at the Gates
 [2:00PM]    Conan the Barbarian
 [4:30PM]    Troy
 [8:00PM]    Fight Club
 [11:00PM]    Cinderella Man
 [2:00AM]    Troy
 [5:30AM]    The Writers' Room-Sons of Anarchy    (ALL TIMES EST)

SyFy has the movie 'Underworld: Evolution', followed by the movie 'Skyfall'.

 [6:00 AM]      Shipmates Forever (1935)
 [8:00 AM]      Jamaica Inn (1939)
 [10:00 AM]      Batman and Robin: The Fatal Blast (1949)
 [10:30 AM]      Bulldog Drummond Comes Back (1937)
 [11:45 AM]      Earth Vs. The Flying Saucers (1956)
 [1:15 PM]      Jason And The Argonauts (1963)
 [3:15 PM]      The Prisoner Of Zenda (1952)
 [5:15 PM]      55 Days at Peking (1963)
 [8:00 PM]      The Red Shoes (1948)
 [10:30 PM]      The Soldier and the Lady (1937)
 [12:00 AM]      I Accuse! (1958)
 [2:00 AM]      The Mack (1973)
 [4:00 AM]      Three The Hard Way (1974)     (ALL TIMES EST)

Sunday   -  09/20/15

 [6:00 AM]      The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934)
 [8:00 AM]      The Whole Town's Talking (1935)
 [10:00 AM]      The Key (1958)
 [12:15 PM]      High Sierra (1941)
 [2:15 PM]      Alexander The Great (1956)
 [4:45 PM]      I Shot Jesse James (1949)
 [6:15 PM]      Good-Bye, My Lady (1956)
 [8:00 PM]      Dark Alibi (1946)
 [9:15 PM]      Dangerous Money (1946)
 [10:30 PM]      The Gay Falcon (1942)
 [11:45 PM]      Date with the Falcon (1941)
 [1:00 AM]      The Mysterious Lady (1928)     SILENT 
 [2:45 AM]      Amarcord (1974)
 [5:00 AM]      Hollywood Without Make-Up (1966)     (ALL TIMES EST)

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus attends the Audi Celebrates Emmys Week 2015 held at Cecconi's on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, in West Hollywood, Calif.
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Still A Boys Club


In a year where comedian Amy Schumer scored Emmy nods for acting, directing and writing her own show, it may appear that women are finally breaking through the male-dominated world of primetime television.

But a study released this week examining women in key behind-the-scenes TV roles, found little has changed in the past decade.

Nominations for the 67th Emmy Awards, which air Sunday, reflect a large gender disparity as women make up only 25 percent of this year's nominated writers, directors, editors and producers.

That percentage has shown little improvement over 10 years, according to a report conducted by nonprofit the Women's Media Center, which examined Emmy nominations for writing, directing, editing and producing from 2006 through 2015.



Actor Mark Ruffalo introduces democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., during an event at Town Hall in New York, Friday, Sept. 18, 2015.
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Postpones Tour

The Who

Fans of The Who in North America are going to have to wait to celebrate the band's 50th anniversary.

The band announced Friday that it was postponing all 50 dates of "The Who Hits 50!" tour this fall because lead singer Roger Daltrey has contracted viral meningitis. He's feeling better, but says he's under doctors' orders to rest.

Earlier, the band had postponed the first four gigs of the tour that was to begin this week, hoping the 71-year-old Daltrey would be well enough to continue. But when meningitis was diagnosed, the tour was shut down.

Guitarist Pete Townshend said the band is rescheduling the tour for next spring.

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Postpones Concerts In Oklahoma

Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin is postponing two upcoming concerts in Oklahoma, citing a busy travel schedule.

The Queen of Soul released a statement Friday saying she was rescheduling her Oct. 17 concert in Durant and Oct. 22 show in Tulsa.

Franklin, who lives in Detroit, only travels by tour bus. She says she's not prepared to travel so far again after driving to the West Coast this summer.

The 73-year-old Grammy winner is set to perform Sept. 26 in Philadelphia during Pope Francis' visit the city.

Aretha Franklin


Actress Rosanna Arquette poses she arrives for a dinner gala at The Broad Museum in Los Angeles, California, September 17, 2015. The new museum built by philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad, featuring their collection of modern art, will open to the public on September 20.
Photo by Mario Anzuoni


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Confiscated Wine


A Pennsylvania hospital will not appeal a court ruling denying its request to auction off hundreds of bottles of vintage wine confiscated from a connoisseur, its lawyer said on Wednesday, opening the way for the state police to destroy the cache.

Chester County Hospital in West Chester had sought to exploit a provision in state law allowing confiscated liquor to be turned over to hospitals. It wanted to sell off the 1,352 bottles at a charity event.

But Chester County Judge Edward Griffith ruled on Tuesday that legislators who wrote the law in 1935 intended such wine to be used for medicinal purposes.

Pennsylvania bans most private liquor sales, allowing their purchase only at state liquor stores in nearly all instances. Restaurants and wine enthusiasts complain the law makes it nearly impossible to legally acquire many fine wines not sold by state stores, especially rare older vintages.

In 2014, state police seized 2,447 bottles of fine wine with an estimated value of at least $125,000 from the home of Arthur Goldman, after learning the lawyer was selling bottles from his collection to fellow enthusiasts.



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Breaks Heat Records


Last month was the hottest August in modern history, in the latest sign of an unusually warm year across the world's land and sea surfaces, US government scientists said Thursday.

Record-breaking warmth was seen across much of South America and parts of Africa, the Middle East, Europe and Asia, said the report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

The most scorching August on the planet in 136 years was also the sixth month this year to have broken a monthly temperature record, putting 2015 on pace to beat 2014 as the warmest year ever, scientists said.

Researchers have calculated it is 97 percent likely that 2015 will be the warmest ever recorded, Arndt said.

Other months this year that have broken records were February, March, May, June, and July, said the NOAA report.



Australian film director George Miller gestures as receives the Fripesci Award for his film 'Mad Max. Fury Road'', during the 63rd San Sebastian Film Festival, San Sebastian, northern Spain, Friday, Sept. 18, 2015. The film festival runs until Sept. 26.
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87 Of 91


All but four of 91 former National Football League (NFL) players who donated their brains for research were diagnosed with a disease linked to concussion and head trauma, according to the Concussion Legacy Foundation.

The foundation said on its website that the study, conducted by the United States Department of Veteran Affairs and Boston University, found that the players had chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).

The results of the study, which was first reported on Friday by the documentary TV program "Frontline", do not necessarily mean that nearly all former NFL players have CTE because it was not a random sampling.

The players who donated their brains did so because they had concerns.

In April, the NFL settled a lawsuit brought by about 5,000 former players who accused the leaue of covering up the dangers of concussions.



A model presents a creation by Pakistani designer Nomi Ansari during the last day of the Pakistan Fashion Design Council Bridal Week in Lahore, Pakistan, Friday, Sept. 18, 2015.
Photo by K.M. Chaudary


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Due In Court

Marion "Suge" Knight

Marion "Suge" Knight is scheduled to return to court Thursday for a hearing in which prosecutors will detail some of their evidence to support a robbery case against the former rap music mogul.

Knight is charged along with comedian Katt Williams with taking a celebrity photographer's camera in September 2014, just days after the Death Row Records co-founder was shot in a nightclub.

Williams and Knight have pleaded not guilty. Prosecutors are scheduled to present evidence Thursday that could lead to a judge ordering the men to stand trial.

Superior Court Judge Ronald Coen will also preside over a hearing in a separate murder case against Knight. The Death Row Records co-founder is charged with running over two men outside a Compton burger stand in January, killing 55-year-old Terry Carter.

Marion "Suge" Knight


The rare Blue Moon Diamond is displayed at Sotheby's auction rooms in London, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015. The 12.03 carat blue diamond is the largest cushion shaped fancy vivid blue diamond to ever appear at auction. It is expected to realise 35-55 million US Dollars (23-35 million UK pounds) when it is auctioned in Geneva on Nov. 11.
Photo by Kirsty Wigglesworth


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Linked To Mortality


In U.S. communities with high levels of racial prejudice, both blacks and whites may have worse survival odds than people who live in more tolerant places, a study suggests.

Researchers examined U.S. survey data on racial attitudes from 1993 to 2002 and linked the responses to death records through 2008, to explore the impact of prejudice on mortality. Altogether they had data from almost 11,000 people living in 100 communities nationwide.

By 2008, 1,651 people died, accounting for about 15 percent of the participants.

Living in a community with higher levels of anti-black prejudice increased residents' overall odds of death by 24 percent when mortality risk was assessed independent of individual and neighborhood socioeconomic factors and individually held racial attitudes, the study found.

"Racial prejudice compromises health for the community as a whole," said lead study author Yeonjin Lee, a sociology researcher at the University of Pennsylvania.



A Buddhist monk from Drepung Loseling Monastery for the Mystical Arts of Tibet creates a traditional sand mandala at the University of Southern California's University Religious Center on Friday, Sept. 18, 2015, in Los Angeles. The sacred sand mandala is a Tibetan Buddhist tradition that involves the creation and destruction of paintings made from colored sand. After completion, the mandala painting is ritualistically dismantled to symbolize the Buddhist belief in the transitory nature of material life.
Photo by Richard Vogel


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Hull Revealed

H.L. Hunley

The hull of the first submarine in history to sink an enemy warship has been cleaned and revealed for the first time in 150 years.

After a year of painstaking work, scientists using small chisels and hand tools have removed encrusted sand, sediment and rust from the outside of the hand-cranked Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley.

Now, the outside appears much as it did when the Hunley and its eight-man crew rammed a spar with a powder charge into the USS Housatonic and sank the Union blockade ship off South Carolina in 1864.

But scientists said Thursday that cleaning the hull didn't solve the mystery of why the Hunley itself sank with its crew before returning from its mission.

The most significant find from cleaning the hull is an indication that a wooden boom at the front of the Hunley that supported the spar with the powder charge was damaged in the attack. It appeared as if the boom had been pushed back into the sub. That would be consistent with the boom striking a vessel, said Michael Scafuri, an archaeologist with the project.

H.L. Hunley


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This Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015 photo shows one of four new Amur tigers in her enclosure at the Potawatomi Zoo in South Bend, Ind. Potawatomi Zoo curator Josh Sisk says the four new tigers are sisters and were born two years ago in Columbus, Ohio.
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