The 13 Most Ridiculous Things From Last Night’s ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ S04E07 “The Wrong Side of Where You Are Now”

The 13 Most Ridiculous Things From Last Night's 'Fear The Walking Dead' S04E07 The Wrong Side of Where You Are Now

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Nothing cuter than an ice cream truck full of zombies. 13 of the most ridiculous things from last night’s ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ S04E07 “The Wrong Side of Where You Are Now”
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The 14 Most Ridiculous Things From Last Night’s ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ S04E06 “Just in Case”

The 14 Most Ridiculous Things From Last Night's 'Fear The Walking Dead' S04E06 Just in Case

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Good luck reasoning with a dude who dresses like this while playing frisbee. 14 of the most ridiculous things from last night’s ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ S04E06 “Just in Case”
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The 12 Most Ridiculous Things From Last Night’s ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ S04E05 “Laura”

The 12 Most Ridiculous Things From Last Night's 'Fear The Walking Dead' S04E05 Laura

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Welcome to my cabin, madam! May I interest you in a singing fish or some big smelly boots?
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The 18 Most Ridiculous Things From Last Night’s ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ S04E04 “Buried”

The 18 Most Ridiculous Things From Last Night's 'Fear The Walking Dead' S04E04 Buried

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Time for a fun day at the zombie water park! 18 of the most ridiculous things from last night’s ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ S04E04 “Buried”
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Fear Not the Robot Singularity

The robot revolution we’re in the midst of is way more interesting and way less murder-y than science fiction. Call it the multiplicity.
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Styles P ft. Nino Man “Block Fear,” Sir ft. ScHoolboy Q “Something Foreign” & More | Daily Visuals 12.28.17

The Ghost been, well, ghost for a minute but he’s back with some heat for the streets.

Linking up with Nino Man, Styles P gets into cipher mode and burns down some trees with the crew while he and Nino kick some bars and crush up some more greenery in the clip to “Block Fear.”

Speaking of smoke, Sir and ScHoolboy Q blow tons of it into the air while accompanied by some women sitting on glowing clouds in the visuals to “Something Foreign.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from PapaBlack Davinci featuring Jim Jones and Freekey Zekey, Lama Squad, and more.

STYLES P FT. NINO MAN – “BLOCK FEAR”

SIR FT. SCHOOLBOY Q – “SOMETHING FOREIGN”

PAPABLACK DAVINCI FT. JIM JONES & FREEKEY ZEKEY – “SEE THE SHINE”

LAMA SQUAD – “BACK TO THE EAST”

NBA 3THREE FT. NBA YOUNGBOY – “MURDA”

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A$AP Ferg ft. Meek Mill “Trap And A Dream,” Chris Rivers “Fear Of My Crown” & More | Daily Visuals 11.9.17

It’s been just a few days since Meek Mill got sentenced to an unjustified and unnecessary bid, but until he begins to serve it (hopefully he won’t) we should just enjoy whatever material drops with his name on it.

Today we get blessed with a Meek Mill appearance on A$ AP Ferg’s “Trap And A Dream” where the two share some good times on the streets of Harlem where they stunt in a Rolls in front of the projects.

Keeping things Uptown, Chris Rivers details the domestic abuse he witnessed his legendary father, Big Pun commit when he was growing up in his black-and-white clip to “Fear Of My Crown.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Drag-On, Uno The Activist, and well, that’s about it. It was a slow day for visuals, y’all.

A$ AP FERG FT. MEEK MILL – “TRAP AND A DREAM”

CHRIS RIVERS FT. SY – “FEAR OF MY CROWN”

DRAG-ON – “PART 23 FREESTYLE”

UNO THE ACTIVIST – “GO WITH THE FLOW”

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T-Pain ft. Blac Youngsta “Goal Line,” Lil Durk “No Fear” & More | Daily Visuals 10.26.17

Leave it to T-Pain to rock an E.T. shirt to a pool party where every woman in attendance is in a bikini.

In his clip for the Blac Youngsta assisted “Goal Line,” Teddy Pain has no issues dressing for a sexy pool party like it’s Comic Con while he sips on some potion and goes into some dance moves that most entertainers wish they could pull off. His next album OBLiViON is set to drop next month.

Lil Durk takes the Comic Con thing to the next level with his visuals to “No Fear” where he dons a Bane mask while in the company of some machine gun toting women.

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Big Shaq, Young Dolph, and more.

T-PAIN FT. BLAC YOUNGSTA – “GOAL LINE”

LIL DURK – “NO FEAR”

BIG SHAQ – “MANS NOT HOT”

YOUNG DOLPH – “WHILE U HERE”

REUBEN VINCENT – “BB GUNS”

T.Y.E – “AR/SACRED”

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Art & Fear: Observations on the Perils (And Rewards) Of Artmaking (Unabridged) – David Bayles & Ted Orland

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Art & Fear: Observations on the Perils (And Rewards) Of Artmaking (Unabridged)

David Bayles & Ted Orland

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 11.95

Publish Date: April 23, 2012

© ℗ © 2012 Tantor Audio

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The Wise Man’s Fear: Kingkiller Chronicles, Day 2 (Unabridged) – Patrick Rothfuss

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The Wise Man’s Fear: Kingkiller Chronicles, Day 2 (Unabridged)

Patrick Rothfuss

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 26.95

Publish Date: March 3, 2011

© ℗ © 2011 Brilliance Audio

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The Upper Floor – Playing On Dani Daniels’ Greatest Fear With Penny Pax Doing Anal Only

The Upper Floor – Playing On Dani Daniels' Greatest Fear With Penny Pax Doing Anal Only

Fear makes pussies wet and anal slaves should have their cunts zippered shut.

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‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Finale Recap

"Fear The Walking Dead" wrapped up its first season on Sunday night, as the group attempted to reunite in the middle of the full-blown walker apocalypse.


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Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas – Terry Gilliam

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Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas

Terry Gilliam

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: January 1, 1998


When a writing assignment lands journalist Raoul Duke (Johnny Depp) and sidekick Dr. Gonzo (Benicio Del Toro) in Las Vegas, they decide to make it the ultimate business trip. But before long, business is forgotten and trip has become the key word. Fueled by a suitcase full of mind-bending pharmaceuticals, Duke and Gonzo set off on a fast and furious ride through nonstop neon, surreal surroundings and a crew of the craziest characters ever (including cameo appearances by Cameron Diaz, Christina Ricci, Gary Busey and many others). But no matter where misadventure leads them, Duke and Gonzo discover that sometimes going too far is the only way to go.

© © 1998 Universal City Studios Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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‘Fear The Walking Dead’: The World Falls Apart — With A Twist — On ‘The Dog’

We recap the biggest moments on “The Dog,” the latest episode of “Fear The Walking Dead.”
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Love, Fear and the Time Machine – Riverside

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Love, Fear and the Time Machine

Riverside

Genre: Rock

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: September 4, 2015

© ℗ 2015 Century Media Records Ltd., under exclusive license from InsideOutMusic

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The 8 Most Ridiculous Things From Last Night’s ‘Fear The Walking Dead’

The 8 Most Ridiculous Things From Last Night's 'Fear The Walking Dead'

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Let’s meet at the desert! It’s a very specific destination and a perfect plan.
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Wes Craven Remembered by Bob Weinstein: “It Was a Joy to Listen to Him Talk About Fear”


Weinstein convinced Wes Craven to direct Kevin Williamson’s meta-horror movie, originally called ‘Scary Movie,’ which was released in 1996 as ‘Scream.’

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‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Set Global Ratings Record for AMC


The zombie drama premiered across more than 125 territories for AMC Global, the largest-ever day-and-date release for a U.S. series.

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Josh Brolin Confronts His Fear Of Heights In ‘Everest’

Josh Brolin tells Access about his training, injuries and confronting his fear of heights in the film, ‘Everest.’


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The 8 Most Ridiculous Things From Last Night’s ‘Fear The Walking Dead’

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Guys, in case you don’t know, this show was shot in Los Angeles. Let’s just remind you about it for an hour straight.
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Why ‘The Walking Dead’ Creator Gets No Credit on ‘Fear the Walking Dead’


Frank Darabont’s legal battle with AMC hinges in part on his belief that he is entitled to profits from the “companion series.”

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Fear the Walking Dead Premieres: Who Will Be the First To Die? The Cast Weighs In!

We never thought we’d say this about a zombie show, but we actually did not miss the zombies in Fear the Walking Dead.  

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‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Recap

"Fear the Walking Dead" made its debut on AMC on Sunday night, with a look at a major metropolis at the dawn of the zombie apocalypse.


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Kim Dickens Reveals Answers About That ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Premiere

There’s a big reason to be scared on Sunday nights, and it’s only partially because you have work on Monday. 

The much-anticipated “Walking Dead” companion series, “Fear the Walking Dead,” finally premiered on AMC, and it was intense. Things got started when Nick (Frank Dillane) woke up from a drug binge to discover that a bunch of people are dead and his friend is eating them. Realizing this isn’t normal, he runs into the street, gets hit by a car and winds up in a hospital bed, a la Rick Grimes – and the series gets underway. 

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We’ve heard the companion series would be way different from “Walking Dead,” and the premiere finally showed us what that meant. While the original show has been a lot about cool zombie head shots, the “Fear” premiere focused more on the struggles of Madison Clark (Kim Dickens), a school guidance counselor who couldn’t care less about being sentimental, and her boyfriend Travis Manawa (Cliff Curtis), an English teacher, as they try to blend their families in the midst of a zombie outbreak. (Great timing, y’all.)

The premiere answered a lot of questions, but it raised quite a few as well. For instance, while struggling with a zombie at the end, did Madison actually get bit? And why do Madison’s kids hate Travis so much? Plus, Travis fixes a leak and says he saved them $ 300. Would it really cost that much? If so, why didn’t we all just become plumbers?

Luckily, “Fear” actress Kim Dickens talked with The Huffington Post about the premiere to answer those questions and more:

There’s a struggle between you and a zombie at the end of the first episode. Did you actually get bit?

It doesn’t appear that my character gets bitten. That’s for sure. There’s definitely scuffling, as our characters are certainly naïve of the dangers of what exactly is going on. So we get dangerously close to them.

What’s scarier: fighting zombies or raising the teens?

I personally have not raised any teens, but I have been a teenager. I jokingly said my character’s training is that she’s been wrangling teenagers for a while.

Why do the kids hate Travis so much? He seems cool.

I don’t know if they hate him. I think it’s just sort of daily dramas that go with blending a family when you have teenagers, and there’s a new authority in the house and everyone’s adjustment to that.

Since a lot of the series focuses on Los Angeles, are we going to see health-conscious or vegan zombies?

They may have been healthy before they were zombies. But I don’t think they’re very discerning in their appetite. Or they are discerning but certainly not healthy. Our zombies are fresher because they’re less decomposed. It’s an earlier place in this outbreak. So our infected — we’re not calling them zombies or walkers, we’re calling them “infected” because that’s all we know — so they look different. They’re fresher.

Though you call them infected, on “Walking Dead” they’re called walkers. LA isn’t known for people walking a lot. Do you think that gives you an advantage?

[Laughs] Well, you know, you can get in your car, and you’re stranded in traffic, so I don’t think it’s necessarily an advantage.

Will we see any LA celebrity zombies?

Wouldn’t that be great? Or go see a zombie ruin somebody’s red carpet moment. I don’t think so. Not in the first season, at least. 

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What is the symbol your character’s daughter Alicia gets drawn on her arm? Just a spiral?

I don’t know. That’s between her and her boyfriend’s character.

While in the hospital talking to the cops, Nick says he doesn’t even know what viscera is. Can you explain to everyone what is viscera? And can we expect more big words on the show?

[Laughs] I would imagine so. Viscera. Isn’t it parts inside the body?

Yeah, I think it’s like entrails and stuff. Speaking of that, when you guys go to the drug den there’s blood everywhere. Why don’t you call the cops at that point?

I’ve had a lot of dealings with the cops and probably wanted to get to my son first. [Madison’s] son on the show is an addict, so I think her instinct was just to try to get him on her own rather than go to the cops.

Early on, Travis repairs a leak and says it saves you $ 300. Would it really cost that much?

I don’t know. You’re gonna have to talk with the writers because that seems kind of pricey.

If the zombies don’t scare ya, the repair bills sure will.

“Fear the Walking Dead” airs Sunday at 9:00 p.m. ET on AMC.

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News in Brief: Poll Finds Americans’ Greatest Fear Is Waitress Forgetting About Them

ORANGE, CA—Surpassing their anxieties regarding public speaking, mass shootings, and natural disasters, Americans’ single greatest concern, according to the latest results of the Chapman Survey On American Fears released Friday, is that their waitress will forget about them. “More than 70 percent of the individuals we surveyed listed having their waitress set down some glasses of water, promise to come back and take their order when they’re ready, and then never return to their table as their number one fear in life,” said sociologist Christopher Bader, adding that the majority of the 1,500 poll respondents said they experience a deep and persistent worry that their server will continue attending to other patrons, but never make her way back to them, at least once per week. “For millions of Americans, the fear that they might find themselves stuck at a table or booth as their waitress disappears into …




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Fear Factory

Release Date:
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Total Songs:
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Genre:
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Fear Not – Mike Nealy

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Fear Not

Mike Nealy

Genre: Sports

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: July 28, 2015


Fear. You either shrink from it or embrace it. Fear is a state that motocrossers have to touch on a weekly or daily basis. How do they deal with it? How do they manage it? What drives a human being towards inexplicable risk, the limits of physical and mental endurance? Past films have looked at the soul and spirit of racing and riding but ‘Fear Not’ – the very first feature-length production by award-winning videographer Mikey Neale – gets inside the heads of some of the biggest names on the international scene. Insight sits next to inspiration as Neale and his colleagues employ their full range of skills and gadgetry to present these athletes and their capabilities in an utterly engrossing series of majestic clips and montages. McGrath, Wilson, Searle, Paulin, Hill and events like the Monster Energy Cup, and the Motocross of Nations sit next to imagery from free-riding haven Beaumont for this exhilarating ‘skin dip’ under motocross.

© © 2015 Michael Neale

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News in Brief: Good News Kept From Parents Out Of Fear Of Proving Them Right

DANBURY, CT—Saying she wants no part of the conversation that would inevitably result if she broke the good news, local medical billing technician Jenny Comers reported Friday that she’s keeping word of her recent pay raise from her parents out of fear of proving them right. “If I tell them about the raise, they’ll immediately attribute it to the advice they gave a while back about how being assertive and clearly stating what you want yields positive results—there’s no way I’m giving them that satisfaction,” said Comers, who earlier this week requested a one-on-one meeting with her supervisor, directly asked for a pay increase, and within a matter of minutes received a bump in her salary, a course of action she had previously dismissed as futile and “completely ridiculous” when it was proposed by her mother and father during a phone call three weeks …



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Life After Divorce Lies On The Other Side Of Fear

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Twelve years ago I was broken. I had just ended a 29-year marriage, sent my only kid off to college, and was left broke and unemployed, left with the cats and the dog to feed. Not exactly my life plan. I was alone for the first time in my life and filled with fear.

I sold the big house on the hill and started a new life in the city in a cute little condo that was to be my healing place. I traded the country club membership for a job and sold my Mercedes-Benz and bought a used BMW. I penned my book, “Single Past 50 Now What?” and was thrilled when it was published. I moved on with my life as best I could.

It took two years before I dated again. Broken hearts bring with them broken lives and battered self-esteem. It took time to mend, heal and get my head together.

When I did, I went about the business of rebuilding. The friendships I was graced with became lifetime alliances. Life was good again and I had learned how to sleep alone. A triumph of epic proportions.

I dated happily and smartly, laughed a lot and felt comfortable in my skin again. Everything in my world was just as I wanted it. Everything.

That’s about the time I received an email from an old high school friend of mine, a wonderful young man named Steven. We had been hangout buddies 40 years ago. I responded to his email and the conversations began.

We talked and it was as comfortable as ever. Much to my surprise I discovered that he had a crush on me back in the day (who knew?!). As the conversation unfolded he disclosed that he never married. He later shared that he had been waiting for me … all these years.

Who does that? He did.

We began long-distance phone dating (a lot more exciting than it sounds) for three months. The time came to meet in person (can we say “nerve wracking”?). I flew back home to L.A. and reacquainted myself with the man who was one of my favorite people in years gone by.

The next year and a half was filled with twice-a-month visits from Steven. Southwest Airlines loved us, as he booked his fares from L.A. to Denver months in advance. Even in record breaking snow storms, the man never missed a weekend. At the end of those months together, it was time for a commitment.

It wasn’t long before I followed this man across the country, with everything I owned in tow. I was about to take a second chance on love. If you knew me at all, you would know that I’m the LAST person to ever follow a man anywhere.

Despite my fear and my doubt, he was the risk my gut was telling me to take.

Here’s the thing, when I find myself sitting on my front porch in my rocking chair at the ripe old age of 93, I’d much rather scold myself for making a bad decision than simmer in regret for something I didn’t have the courage to try.

The truth is, life offers no guarantees. Risk is part of the bargain. Knowing when to jump in or run from, is a crucial life skill. If there is anything I know for certain, it’s that nothing is for certain.

My life has always been about going beyond my imagination. Trying things I knew I had little chance succeeding at. Risking failure for a chance at success. Happiness, I have found, is less about the destination and much more about the pursuit.

We’ve been together six years now. A lot of growth, love and learning. We are buying a house together and settling in for a little something called the rest of our lives. All this time my life was waiting for my courage to catch up.

I love this man. He is everything I deserve. He is my gift, my light and my comfort. It will be my honor to marry him, despite my previous conviction that I would never marry again.

This is what I’ve learned and want to share with you: Happiness can always be found on the other side of fear.

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Life After Divorce Lies On The Other Side Of Fear

2015-07-09-1436470617-5279687-Stevenandmedesertyellowtop.jpg
Twelve years ago I was broken. I had just ended a 29-year marriage, sent my only kid off to college, and was left broke and unemployed, left with the cats and the dog to feed. Not exactly my life plan. I was alone for the first time in my life and filled with fear.

I sold the big house on the hill and started a new life in the city in a cute little condo that was to be my healing place. I traded the country club membership for a job and sold my Mercedes-Benz and bought a used BMW. I penned my book, “Single Past 50 Now What?” and was thrilled when it was published. I moved on with my life as best I could.

It took two years before I dated again. Broken hearts bring with them broken lives and battered self-esteem. It took time to mend, heal and get my head together.

When I did, I went about the business of rebuilding. The friendships I was graced with became lifetime alliances. Life was good again and I had learned how to sleep alone. A triumph of epic proportions.

I dated happily and smartly, laughed a lot and felt comfortable in my skin again. Everything in my world was just as I wanted it. Everything.

That’s about the time I received an email from an old high school friend of mine, a wonderful young man named Steven. We had been hangout buddies 40 years ago. I responded to his email and the conversations began.

We talked and it was as comfortable as ever. Much to my surprise I discovered that he had a crush on me back in the day (who knew?!). As the conversation unfolded he disclosed that he never married. He later shared that he had been waiting for me … all these years.

Who does that? He did.

We began long-distance phone dating (a lot more exciting than it sounds) for three months. The time came to meet in person (can we say “nerve wracking”?). I flew back home to L.A. and reacquainted myself with the man who was one of my favorite people in years gone by.

The next year and a half was filled with twice-a-month visits from Steven. Southwest Airlines loved us, as he booked his fares from L.A. to Denver months in advance. Even in record breaking snow storms, the man never missed a weekend. At the end of those months together, it was time for a commitment.

It wasn’t long before I followed this man across the country, with everything I owned in tow. I was about to take a second chance on love. If you knew me at all, you would know that I’m the LAST person to ever follow a man anywhere.

Despite my fear and my doubt, he was the risk my gut was telling me to take.

Here’s the thing, when I find myself sitting on my front porch in my rocking chair at the ripe old age of 93, I’d much rather scold myself for making a bad decision than simmer in regret for something I didn’t have the courage to try.

The truth is, life offers no guarantees. Risk is part of the bargain. Knowing when to jump in or run from, is a crucial life skill. If there is anything I know for certain, it’s that nothing is for certain.

My life has always been about going beyond my imagination. Trying things I knew I had little chance succeeding at. Risking failure for a chance at success. Happiness, I have found, is less about the destination and much more about the pursuit.

We’ve been together six years now. A lot of growth, love and learning. We are buying a house together and settling in for a little something called the rest of our lives. All this time my life was waiting for my courage to catch up.

I love this man. He is everything I deserve. He is my gift, my light and my comfort. It will be my honor to marry him, despite my previous conviction that I would never marry again.

This is what I’ve learned and want to share with you: Happiness can always be found on the other side of fear.

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Parents Fear Son’s Video Game ‘Addiction’ Could Kill Him

Sarah says her 23-year-old son, Justin, is so consumed with playing video games that he dropped out of college, can’t hold a job, and is emaciated after losing more than 50 pounds. “I absolutely believe Justin’s video game addiction is killing him,” she says about her son, who can spend 30 hours straight in front of a computer screen playing video games.

Justin’s stepfather, Graham, agrees that the situation is “dire.” He says, “When he is gaming, he is completely tuned out. It’s almost catatonic … It’s prevented him from launching as an adult.” He and Sarah say they’ve tried cutting off the gaming and have given Justin ultimatums, to no avail. “At the end of the day, I think Justin is an escapist,” says Graham. “If you took gaming away, he would find some way to escape.”

Fighting tears, Justin admits, “I’d rather live in a virtual world than a real one … I enjoy gaming more than I enjoy life.”

What could be driving his behavior? Has his gaming become an addiction that actually could kill him? On Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, the entire family gets a wake-up call about the health dangers Justin may face. How can he get his life on track? Watch more here.

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Dog Scared Of Feather, Gives Fear A Cute New Dimension

Poor adorable Ruby. The dog wants to be brave but that damn feather is so scary, so… feathery.

We give her props for trying, though.

Ruby vs. feather

“Our dog is a wimp, afraid of everything and anything,” says the video’s YouTube description.

But would she freak out at the sight of a cucumber? See, Ruby, lots of pets are terrified of something that might not be so terrifying.

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The Valley of Fear – Arthur Conan Doyle

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The Valley of Fear

Arthur Conan Doyle

Genre: Classics

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Publish Date: April 22, 2014

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In the last of the Sherlock Holmes novels, the origins of his rivalry with Moriarty are revealed In London, there is a professor whose income runs to a modest £700 a year, yet in his office hangs a painting worth no less than £40,000. The author of a rarefied mathematical treatise on the dynamics of asteroids, he has twenty different bank accounts and a priestly manner that belies his vicious nature. His name is Moriarty, and he sits at the center of a vast and invisible web of crime. Years before their fateful meeting on the cliffs of the Reichenbach Falls, Sherlock Holmes vows to put an end to the professor’s secret reign of terror.   A coded message from an informant on the inside of Moriarty’s organization arrives at 221B Baker Street. No sooner than Holmes and Watson have deciphered the message—a warning that a man named Douglas of Birlstone Manor House is in grave danger—do they learn that Douglas is dead, his head blown off with an American shotgun. At a moated manor in the South of England, the dead man’s widow and best friend hold the keys to a mystery that reaches all the way across the Atlantic and proves just how powerful Moriarty’s fiendish influence has grown.   This ebook features a new introduction by Otto Penzler and has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices. “Every writer owes something to Holmes.” —T. S. Eliot   “Sherlock Holmes is the very foundation stone of the edifice that is crime fiction.” — The Times (London) “[Holmes] is probably the only literary creation since the creations of Dickens which has really passed into the life and language of the people.” —G. K. Chesterton  Arthur Conan Doyle (1859–1930) practiced medicine in the resort town of Southsea, England, and wrote stories while waiting for his patients to arrive. In 1886, he created two of the greatest fictional characters of all time: the detective Sherlock Holmes and his partner, Dr. Watson. Over the course of four novels and fifty-six short stories, Conan Doyle set a standard for crime fiction that has yet to be surpassed. 

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In Fear – Jeremy Lovering

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In Fear

Jeremy Lovering

Genre: Horror

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Release Date: March 7, 2014


This critically acclaimed Sundance breakout is hailed as one of the best horror films of the year. Tormented by an unknown entity, a young couple fights to survive a road trip-turned-nightmare when they’re trapped in a claustrophobic backwoods maze on a dark road. On one of their first dates, Tom (Iain De Caestecker of TV’s AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D) and Lucy (Alice Englert of BEAUTIFUL CREATURES) drive to a music festival in a remote countryside village. But when they leave the main road to look for their hotel they quickly become hopelessly lost. Misleading road signs send them in circles and soon night sets in. As their anxiety escalates they discover they are not alone, and this sadistic game spirals into a white-knuckle ride for survival. Costars Allen Leech (TV’s DOWNTON ABBEY, THE IMITATION GAME).

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The New ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Teaser Is Totally Scary — Without Showing Any Zombies

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Art & Fear: Observations on the Perils (And Rewards) Of Artmaking (Unabridged) – David Bayles, Ted Orland

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Art & Fear: Observations on the Perils (And Rewards) Of Artmaking (Unabridged)

David Bayles, Ted Orland

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 11.95

Publish Date: April 23, 2012

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You Have Nothing To Fear From These DARPA Robots

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Robotics Challenge crowned a winner over the weekend, but these malfunctioning ‘bots did not make the cut.

Some people dread the day that we could see robots take over, given the great improvements we’ve seen in robotics in recent years.

But the robots in the above video, produced by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ Spectrum magazine, suggest that maybe we don’t have too much to fear. They malfunctioned during a dress rehearsal last Thursday, ahead of the competition.

“It’s amazing how we anthropomorphize these things,” DARPA program manager Dr. Gill Pratt said at a media briefing. “It’s a pile of aluminum and copper wire and software. I don’t cheer for my laptop. But people cheer for these [robots]. And of course when it falls, we all feel terrible, ‘Uh, it got hurt.’”

DARPA launched the Robotics Challenge in 2012 following the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan. The aim was to spur the development of robots that can respond to natural and man-made disasters by entering areas that are too dangerous for humans. Two increasingly demanding contests were held over the next two years and the final competition was held this past weekend.

Team KAIST from South Korea won the top $ 2 million prize with its DRC-Hubo machine. The robot completed the required tasks in under 45 minutes and almost six minutes ahead of the second-place finisher.

Florida’s Institute for Human and Machine Cognition team came in second with its Running Man robot and robot CHIMP, created by a team from Carnegie Mellon University, took third place.

“Today was incredible,” Pratt said during a news conference after the finals. “It was everything we hoped it would be and more.”

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1000 Forms of Fear (Deluxe Version) – Sia

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1000 Forms of Fear (Deluxe Version)

Sia

Genre: Pop

Price: $ 12.99

Release Date: May 1, 2015

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Andie MacDowell once missed Cannes for fear of body-shaming over baby weight

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American Voices: Scientists: Flies May Have Capacity For Fear

According to new research from Caltech, fruit flies are capable of entering a fear-like state when they see a shadow from a fly swatter, suggesting that small insects might contain the building blocks for emotion, though it’s unclear whether they experience emotions the way humans do. What do you think?





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Fear and Trembling

It has long been said (maybe the renowned sociologist Vance Packard said it first) that Madison Avenue frames its advertising campaigns around man’s conscious or subconscious fears. Fear is the catalyst. Indeed, man’s fears, insecurities, and regrets are what make possible the Art of the Sale.

Examples of fertile ground: The fear of not fitting in, the fear of missing out, the fear of driving an unworthy car, the fear of drinking an uncool beer, the fear of municipal drinking water, the fear of emitting “morning breath,” the fear of vaginas smelling like, well, vaginas. You name it, and a sharp-eyed marketer will find a way of making it scary.

Marketers, advertisers, and elected officials (arguably, themselves a species of “marketer”) not only exploit a human being’s core fears, they are devoted to inventing new fears — lurid fears, subversive fears, abstract fears — in order to manipulate us. After all, nothing motivates people more than fear, and voters need to be manipulated every bit as much as consumers do.

Not to put too fine a point on it, but politicians and the media have basically conditioned us to be afraid of everything: Young black men, skinheads, hippies, China, immigrants, socialists, Halloween candy, trans fats, transsexuals, melting glaciers, inflation, unemployment, labor unions, taxes, nudists, Muslims, having our identity stolen, and the prospect of living an “unfulfilled” life.

Indeed, compared to all the insidious and potentially fearful mind-trips out there, a person with a morbid fear of spiders or snakes seems almost refreshing.

I took a philosophy class once where we discussed the concept of fear. We examined it from an epistemological, psychological and physiological point of view. We also sought to compare and contrast modern man’s fears with those of the “cavemen,” asking ourselves, among other things, who had the most fears — those primitive archetypes or us.

Needless to say, it was no contest. Our prehistoric ancestors were afraid of very little, maybe five or six things, tops. Cavemen feared being attacked by wild animals, starving to death, freezing to death, being beaten to death by a stronger caveman, and falling into a river and drowning. That was pretty much it. The fear of being ridiculed behind their back for wearing an unattractive animal pelt didn’t even move the needle.

So what does this comparison tell us about human progress? Yes, modern man invented science, technology, aesthetics, philosophy and mathematics, and yes, we put a man on the moon, and yes, we cured small pox, and yes, people now live more than twice as long as the cavemen did.

But despite those achievements, modern man has to acknowledge that at any given point in time there are about 300-400 things out there that frighten us. It’s true. When we contemplate it, we realize there are hundreds of things that keep us scared shitless. And how does that revealing bit of self-knowledge make us feel? Naturally, it scares us.

David Macaray is a playwright and author. His newest book (“Nightshift: 270 Factory Stories”) will be published in June.

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‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Boss Reveals Details of AMC’s Big Spinoff


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‘You’ve lived through my worst fear’: Taylor Swift’s message to fan grieving mom

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New Drug Flakka Causes Fear And Super Human Strength

We are wondering if Waka Flocka inspired this new drug, but the spelling of it makes it a bit dubious. Nevertheless, Flakka is the latest “thing” on the streets hand it has recently caused quite a stir. Most recently, a Florida man ran away from police, apparently fearful for his life. Was he scared of the police? No. The Flakka gave him the notion in his cerebellum that he was being pursued by killers. He stripped down naked and streaked through the streets. (Sometimes Flakka is spelled Flocka by the way.)

Another man on Flakka tries to break IN the police precinct.

Another Miami man impaled himself while trying to climb a fence.


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Do You Fear Bjork’s Limitlessness? And Other Thoughts On The MoMA Exhibit

I went to the MoMA retrospective on Bjork and had a lot of feelings.
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Love, Fear, And Lady Lamb: A New Album, And A New Openness

As a teenager, Aly Spaltro came up with the whimsical stage name Lady Lamb The Beekeeper. Though she still performs as Lady Lamb, Spaltro is growing up and becoming more comfortable being herself.

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When trauma-induced phobias begin to re-emerge in five survivors a year after their horrifying tragedy, they return to the “Fear Clinic,” hoping to find the answers they need to get cured.

Dr. Andover (Robert Englund), a fear doctor who runs the clinic, uses his “Fear Chamber” to animate their fears in the form of terrifying hallucinations. However, the good doctor soon begins to suspect that something more sinister may be at work, something that yearns to be more than just an hallucination…
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Ali MacGraw’s ‘Absurd’ Fear About Ex-Husband Steve McQueen (VIDEO)

The 1970s were incredibly busy for Hollywood actress Ali MacGraw. Professionally, she had skyrocketed to international fame in the movie “Love Story,” and went on to star in two more major hits during that decade. One of those films was “The Getaway,” where MacGraw worked alongside screen icon Steve McQueen. MacGraw was married to producer Robert Evans at the time, but ended up falling for her co-star — and McQueen became her third husband in 1973.

Five years later, MacGraw and McQueen would divorce, after a tumultuous relationship.

Looking back on her marriages, MacGraw now says she is saddened by her post-divorce relationship with McQueen, who died in 1980, two years after they split. It’s especially sad for MacGraw when she considers what happened with her first two husbands in the years following their respective break-ups.

“I married some wonderful men, and the ones that are alive are my friends — real friends,” MacGraw says in the above video from “Super Soul Sunday.”

Unfortunately, MacGraw was never able to experience this type of renewed friendship with McQueen. “Steve McQueen is dead for 30-some-odd years, and it’s very sad to me that as sober, grown-up, nonsexually connected beings, we didn’t get to sit down and clean it all,” she says.

With the wisdom that comes from both maturity and time, MacGraw is now able to articulate one of the issues that she would have wanted to clear with her ex.

“I was always afraid he’d leave me,” she says of McQueen. “I mean, it was this absurd… I don’t know what I thought, except that I wasn’t real.”

In the video below, MacGraw explains the one reason why all three of her marriages ended in divorce.

More from Oprah’s interview with MacGraw:

* How She Survived Fame

* Her 65th Birthday ‘Exorcism’

The new season of “Super Soul Sunday” begins Sunday, Feb. 8, at 11 a.m. ET on OWN. Find OWN on your TV.

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1000 Forms of Fear – Sia

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1000 Forms of Fear

Sia

Genre: Pop

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: May 29, 2014

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The Wise Man’s Fear: Kingkiller Chronicles, Day 2 (Unabridged) – Patrick Rothfuss

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The Wise Man’s Fear: Kingkiller Chronicles, Day 2 (Unabridged)

Patrick Rothfuss

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 26.95

Publish Date: March 1, 2011

© ℗ © 2011 Brilliance Audio

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