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Exposing Predictive Programming & Occult Symbolism in Hollywood

By Carla B.

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Predictive programming is a subtle form of psychological conditioning provided by the media to acquaint the public with planned societal changes to be implemented. 

I’ve been a fan of music and the big screen since I was a child, but something really wicked has been happening to even some of my most favorite musicians, actors, film makers, a transmutation of sorts…and its not one sided, it wants us too….the unsuspecting public. The big bad evil of Hollywood wants the public to watch their films….idolizing the stars, listen to their satanic music… through Beats by Dre, keeping our minds eye always open to suggestion. Its how the conditioning process begins. So, please “Be-aware”.

Occult Symbolism In Pop Culture

Yes, its bad y’all….and even with all the evidence in our faces it is still somewhat difficult for me to break things down in a way that will not make me appear bat sh*t crazy. So, hopefully this video below by KJ Ozborne from The Scariest Movie Ever on Youtube, can shed more light on the subject.

Occult Symbolism In Madonna's Superbowl Halftime Show -- Screenshot

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It seems as though the Illuminati has crept its way into contemporary culture so effectively that is doesn’t even seem to phase people anymore. Flashes of occult symbolism and Luciferian rituals have become so assimilated into the mainstream media that most of the uneducated youth now think it’s “cool” to flash the 666 or triangle hand signals in the schoolyard. -- Via

What Do You Know About the Foo Fighters?

Published by EOTM News Editor on March 9th, 2015 - in Celebrity News, Music, Music News, Pop Culture

It’s an unusual group name and one that has led it to great success over the years from 1994 onwards. To learn more about the Foo Fighters keep reading and see how much you really know.

Foo Fighters - Image credit: MTV/Getty Image

Dave Grohl is well-known in the music business and he is the man behind the creation of Foo Fighters following his time in Nirvana as the band’s drummer. As you might guess, a band that has been around for more than 20 years is going to have a pretty extensive discography to look at. This is indeed the case, and you can learn a lot about the band by looking through the records they have released over the years.

A quick glance at the numbers shows us they have released no fewer than 32 singles. A further eight albums have been released, not including a couple of compilation albums and one live one. It probably won’t come as a surprise then to learn that sales of Foo Fighters’ albums have been pretty good over the years, reaching well over 10 million – and that’s just in America.

The first album was titled Foo Fighters and it charted in many different countries, going into the top five in some areas. Every album since has done extremely well, but some have fared better than others. One by One, for instance, was released in 2002 and hit the top spot in three countries including the UK, where the band has always done well. In Your Honor, released three years’ later, did better still with four number one positions. It also achieved a further four number two positions in the album charts, proving to be the band’s most successful album to date.

This was beaten once more though when Wasting Light was released in 2011. This achieved a whopping 11 number one positions in album charts around the world. When you realize this, it is no wonder Foo Fighters tickets are so popular whenever the band plays a gig or goes on tour. Their single releases have never done as well as their albums, but this is quite common in some cases. Some bands naturally achieve more success in the album charts and their singles never go as high as the albums do. Clearly Foo Fighters have sold plenty of albums over the years. They have countless platinum and gold certifications as a result of those sales.

The band has also gone on several tours during the time they have been together. The most recent tour is still underway, and is called the Sonic Highways World Tour. Foo Fighters tickets have been selling strongly for this tour, which will take in no fewer than 70 dates all around the world. If you are eager to get tickets to see the group live it makes sense to look as soon as you can. You don’t want to miss out on the chance to see them if you love their music and have done for several years.

Harper Lee to Publish ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Sequel, Report

Published by EOTM News Editor on February 3rd, 2015 - in Books, Books and Literature, Breaking News, Trending

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After more than 50 years, author Harper Lee will follow up her beloved, and only, book To Kill a Mockingbird with her second novel, Go Set a Watchman, set for release on July 14th, publisher Harper Collins announced today.

Harper Lee in 2007. -- Image credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

The recently unearthed book is a quasi-sequel to Lee’s 1960 classic, but as the author explained in a statement, Go Set a Watchman was actually written first and would eventually inspire Mockingbird. “It features the character known as Scout as an adult woman and I thought it a pretty decent effort,” Lee said. “My editor, who was taken by the flashbacks to Scout’s childhood, persuaded me to write a novel from the point of view of the young Scout. I was a first-time writer, so I did as I was told.”

Set in the mid-Fifties, Go Set a Watchman finds a grown-up Scout, a.k.a. Jean Louise Finch, traveling from New York back to her home of Maycomb, Alabama to visit her father, Atticus. The book centers around Scout’s relationship with her father and his worldview, as well as her attitude towards her hometown in a new era of continued, if not heightened, racial tension. Go Set a Watchman will feature a number of other Mockingbird characters.

While Lee said she’d lost track of Watchman, her friend and lawyer Tonja Carter discovered the original manuscript attached to a typescript of To Kill a Mockingbird last fall. “After much thought and hesitation I shared it with a handful of people I trust and was pleased to hear that they considered it worthy of publication,” Lee said. “I am humbled and amazed that this will now be published after all these years.”

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Published by J.B. Lippincott in 1960, To Kill a Mockingbird is Scout’s coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of a racially charged trial, in which Atticus defends Tom Robinson, a black man accused of raping a white woman, Mayella Ewell. Widely considered an American classic, the book won the Pulitzer Prize upon its initial publication and was turned into an equally beloved film in 1962 featuring Gregory Peck’s iconic performance as Atticus Finch.

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What in the hell is going on with Bruce Jenner??

By Tanya Blake

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What’s going on with Bruce Jenner? Well according to PEOPLE here is the dirty, Bruce is in FACT, “transitioning into a woman.”

“He is finally happy and his family is accepting of what he’s doing. He’s in such a great space. That’s why it’s the perfect time to do something like this.”

And according to the outlet the 65-year-old reality star is filming a docu-series to be shared with the world and it will air “when he is ready to be open about his transition.”

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On Friday, US Weekly’s reported that Jenner was “taking steps to disclose what multiple sources describe as his wish to transition from male to female.” The magazine also stated that Jenner’s announcement will be for the cameras and would document his “full transformation.” TMZ also reported the same news. Variety confirmed the show is in very early development, with E! public relations planning to meet with GLAAD to discuss. E!, which airs “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” and its spin-offs on which Jenner stars with his family, declined to comment.

Put together, it all smacks of a brilliantly orchestrated Kardashian publicity stunt to drive viewers to their E! reality show. It would be nothing new for the family, which has become a multimillion-dollar empire over the last decade by keeping fans titillated by the intimate details of their lives.

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Jenner’s story has been bubbling up ever since he split with Kris — his wife of 23 years and the mastermind behind the Kardashian’s rise to pop-culture dominance. Shortly after the couple separated in fall 2013, Jenner underwent a laryngeal shave procedure to smooth his Adam’s apple. In the following months, paparazzi photos started popping up to track his evolving appearance: Bright red nails on his birthday, hairless legs, poutier lips.

At first, Jenner explained he wanted the surgery because he didn’t like his trachea. Last fall, Kris went on the “Today” show and said speculation of sex reassignment surgery was “silly,” and that the rumors have surrounded Jenner since his days as an Olympic gold medalist star in the 1970s. “They just keep regurgitating the same old stuff,” she said.
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Now, several months later Bruce Jenner is reportedly gearing up to discuss his “wish to transition from male to female,” with Us Weekly claiming the star has already “taped a major sitdown interview.”

As Gossip Cop has reported, there has been much speculation about Jenner’s appearance in the wake of his 2013 split from Kris Jenner.

We just the peanut gallery folks, we have to just sit back and wait patiently.

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Pop Culture: Lourdes Duque Barons Official Website: Breaking News; Videos, Photos, Tour Dates

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Young guns beware: Music Lovers Juggernaut has arrived…

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Oscars 2015: The Biggest Snubs…Surprises And….

By Dorothy Frazier

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Jennifer Aniston and Jake Gyllenhaal -- Image credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage; Andrew H. Walker/Getty

What would the Oscars be without a few curveballs?

This year’s Academy Award nominations were full of many notable snubs and surprises, from critical favorite Selma getting largely ignored for major awards to surprise additions to the acting categories. Keep reading for a breakdown of the biggest shocks from this morning’s announcement.

Snub: Jennifer Aniston for Best Actress

Aniston was considered a surprise threat for the Best Actress category during the earlier part of award season, seeing as how Cake was getting drowned out by other films. However, when she scored a Globe nomination, it looked like Aniston had this one in the bag.

Before the nominations, Aniston told reporters at the movie’s Los Angeles premiere Wednesday that she wasn’t expecting one. “I have no expectations on anything,” she said when asked about getting a nod. “I don’t want to have any, and I will be thrilled, and of course over the moon if something like that happens, but I am so content with everything that has happened thus far.”

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Surprise: Laura Dern for Best Supporting Actress

Dern recovered from her Golden Globe supporting actress snub by scoring an Oscar nomination for her masterful turn in Wild. Her nomination earned large cheers from those in attendance at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences headquarters in Beverly Hills, CA, while the nominations were being announced.

Even Mark Ruffalo was excited:

Snub: David Oyelowo for Best Actor

Selma was considered an award season frontrunner, with Oyelowo’s performance as Martin Luther King, Jr. a perceived lock for best actor. Sadly, Selma only walked away from this morning with two nominations.

Surprise: Bradley Cooper for Best Actor

After getting ignored at the Globes, Cooper managed to score best actor nomination for American Sniper in a particularly tough race. This marks Cooper’s third Oscar nomination in a row.

Snub: Ava DuVernay for Best Director

The Selma director was on the short list for the best director races this year, but she was passed over for a nod at the Oscars. Had she been nominated, she would have been the first black woman to score an Oscar nod for Best Director. Luckily, Selma did score a Best Picture nomination, which was greeted with applause by the nomination audience after several key snubs.

Surprise: Marion Cotillard for Best Actress

Despite not getting a lot of attention this year, Oscar winner Cotillard notched a surprise nomination for Best Actress for Two Days, One Night. The nod was so unexpected that it drew audible gasps during the nomination announcement.

Snub: Jake Gyllenhaal for Best Actor

Award fever for Nightcrawler had cooled considerably once the Oscar nominations were revealed, but many expected to see Gyllenhaal score a nomination thanks to his haunting performance, especially after he scored a Golden Globe nomination.

Snub: Clint Eastwood for Best Director

Considering that American Sniper scored several major nods, it was surprising to see Eastwood left off the list for directors. This marks the first time that one of Eastwood’s directorial efforts has been nominated for Best Picture but not also for Best Director.

Snub: Amy Adams for Best Actress

Big Eyes wasn’t exactly an award season favorite, but considering that Adams had just scored the Golden Globe for best actress in motion picture, comedy or musical, her nomination should have been on lock.


Snub: The Lego Movie for Best Animated Feature Film

It was one of 2014′s biggest commercial hits, got rave reviews and scored a Golden Globe nomination, but The Lego Movie was shut out for Best Animated Feature Film at the Oscars. At least it scored a nomination for Best Original Song for “Everything Is Awesome”?

For the record, Phil Lord, the co-writer and director of The Lego Movie, was taking the snub in stride.






















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The Academy Awards will air on ABC on Feb. 22.





Celebrity Pic of The Day: Ashanti & LL Cool J’s Daughter Samaria Share a Selfie via Instagram

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Celebrity pictures of the day – Latest news, views, gossip, selfies and more.

Breaking up, making up, eloping or just popping to the shops – whatever the celebrities are doing, you’ll find all the news, pictures and videos right here.

Ashanti & Samaria Pose During Onesie Slumber Party (Photo : Courtesy of Instagram: @ashanti)

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Ashanti and Samaria, LL Cool J’s 19-year-old daughter, were definitely in the spirit last night and now…. their adorable selfie has made our Celebrity Pic Of The Day. The duo shared the flick on Instagram as they celebrated the holidays at a Pajama jammy jam celebrity studded extravaganza.

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Madonna’s Six-song Gift To Fans A Big Hit On Itunes

By Dorothy Frazier

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(Contact Music) – Madonna’s new six-track “Christmas gift” to fans has topped the iTunes charts in 36 countries in just hours.

The pop superstar has released the new tracks from her forthcoming Rebel Heart album in response to a hack attack, which led to her unfinished demos hitting the Internet last month (Nov14).

The new songs, featuring a new duet with Nicki Minaj on B**ch, I’m Madonna, were released to online download stores on Saturday night (20Dec14) – and they’re already proving to be big hits around the world.

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Her spokeswoman Liz Rosenberg tells Wenn, “In virtually every country the songs were released, they held six of the ten slots on the Top 10 iTunes chart. In seven of those countries, she had multiple number ones. The single Living for Love is currently number one in 20 countries.”

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Rebel Heart will be released in March (2015).

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‘Dancing with the Stars’ Recap: Season 19 Finals, What You Didn’t See & Most of What You Did….

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On many seasons of “Dancing with the Stars,” it becomes obvious well in advance who will win the Mirror Ball. Not this one – we entered Monday night with any of the four remaining couples seemingly able to take the trophy.

It turns out it won’t be Bethany Mota and Derek Hough. After reprising their jive from earlier this year and following it up with a freestyle, they became the next couple eliminated from the show. This was a particularly tough elimination, for every single couple received perfect scores for their freestyles.

Bethany Mota and Derek Hough were eliminated during Monday’s episode of “Dancing with the Stars.” ABC

The other half of the bottom two – and yes, It was a bottom two – was Janel Parrishand Val Chmerkovskiy.

That means we go into Tuesday with three pairs still in contention: Alfonso Ribeiro andWitney Carson, Sadie Robertson and Mark Ballas, and Janel and Val. It wouldn’t be surprising if this was the final three in that order.

In the audience: Hi, Zendaya, Joey Fatone and many of the Season 19 contestants.


Bethany and Derek, jive, “Shake It Off”

Bethany and Derek are revisiting their first-week routine, the jive. Because that number was so short, they have to add 30 seconds to their dance. Bruno stopped by their rehearsal and makes a cameo on YouTube with Bethany. He wants her to work on her transitions, and he demonstrates how to finish moves with emphasis. (Co-host Erin Andrews enjoys this quite a bit and shows us the clip again later.)

Bethany looks so much more comfortable, and the transitions are better. She doesn’t look lost as she did on week one.  She’s still careful on some of those flicks, and she’s kind of gawky in the hip swiveling. Most notably, though, there’s a moment when production and timing don’t match: A prop doesn’t get moved in time, and Bethany and Derek have to compensate, which results in mistakes. All the judges agree the dance is better but lament the errors. Bethany and Derek can’t mask their disappointment in the skybox upon the return from commercial break. Score: 36 (Carrie Ann 9, Len 9, Julianne 9, Bruno 9).

Sadie and Mark, samba, “Hunter”

During this year’s installment of Memorable-Year Week, “DWTS” viewers were treated to some particularly fantastic routines, including a samba from Sadie and Mark that marked them as contenders. Len paid Sadie and Mark a visit; he chose the dance because he hadn’t seen it initially since he was in London. Len is downright giddy dancing first with Mark, then with Sadie. On the other end of the age spectrum, Liam Payne from One Direction stops by.

It turns out he’s a “Duck Dynasty” fan. Sadie was so excited to get the samba as her repeat dance, and the sass and delight carry on to the dance floor. She’s having so much fun, and she uses her long limbs well. (However, she appears to have attended a lesson in Mark Ballas Facial Exaggeration.) The hip movement is great without being provocative. The audience celebrates with duck whistles; the judges celebrate with words – although Bruno and Len do say Sadie was behind on the timing. Host Tom Bergeron starts to send Sadie and Mark off, only to remember he forgot to have Len speak! Score: 38 (Carrie Ann 10, Len 9, Julianne 10, Bruno 9). Sadie’s father is crying.

When we come back from break, Witney, Mark and Val participate in a longer-than-normal bumper set to “Crazy Stupid Love” with Keo Motsepe, Emma Slater and Sasha Farber. Tom takes the time to plug the “DWTS” tour, which begins Dec. 27 in Niagara Falls, NY. Tom quizzes Val about whether he’ll still be shirtless. In Niagara Falls. In December. Yes, Val replies.

Janel and Val, samba, “La Vida Es Un Carnaval”

It’s intriguing that Janel and Val will be taking on their samba again, as it’s the dance for which guest judge Pitbull notoriously dinged them for a lack of chemistry. Those comments came after a very showmance-heavy rehearsal package, to boot. First, though, Val is alone for three days when Janel misses rehearsal because of her “Pretty Little Liars” schedule, a situation he calls unprecedented. Julianne comes by to encourage more one-on-one connection. Then Janel injures her rib during rehearsal for the freestyle. After all the drama, we finally reach the dancing.

I liked it a lot the first time and still do, although they aren’t in sync during the side-by-side movements. The passion doesn’t feel forced. Val keeps his shirt on this time! Bruno and Carrie Ann see errors in turns, likely a result of the rib injury. Len is more positive: Instead of seeing issues with turns, he spotted “great rhythmic dancing mixed with clarity of movement.” Score: 37 (Carrie Ann 9, Len 10, Julianne 9, Bruno 9). Man, are we playing up Janel’s rib pain.


Alfonso and Witney, jive, “3-6-9”

Alfonso and Witney broke out on night one with a jive that electrified the audience and the judges and was one of the most lauded routines ever so early in a season. Now we’re getting an extended cut, but before that, Carrie Ann visits the couple. She’s there to massage Alfonso and to take him through stretches and yoga. She doesn’t see the dance, as Alfonso and Witney opt to take care of his body instead. The new 30 seconds aren’t as polished – his energy is flagging – but he’s still great with the choreography. He doesn’t appear to be in pain the way he was last week.

The audience adores this. They applauded after Bethany and Janel, they blew their whistles after Sadie, but they screamed and hollered after Alfonso. If that’s any indication of the voting, he may win the trophy. The judges are yelling and squealing and gesturing wildly. Says Len: “You dance like Frank Sinatra sings.” Score: 40 (perfect 10s from everyone). Will Smith shouts out to Alfonso and Witney on Facebook, and Erin publicly invites Will to the finale. Tom makes a joke about Erin being a stalker. That was uncomfortable, given the man who was arrested a few years ago for invading Erin’s privacy.

Before the freestyles, we get a sneak dance peek for “Annie,” although the routine created for “DWTS” isn’t the one in the coming movie. Quvenzhane Wallis, the new Annie, promises flips and pillow fights and mops during “It’s a Hard Knock Life.” My mother is complaining about the lip-synching. Tom comes to jump on a bed and encourages the girls to keep bouncing.



Bethany and Derek, “Revolution”

The song signifies the revolution Bethany has created with her life and career, Derek says, and Bethany wants to thank her fans. Derek ups the drama and surrounds her with other dancers. Bethany wants to be strong and fierce. It’s a LOT of smoke and dark lights to start, and it’s tough to find Bethany. Once we do, though, she IS fierce. Derek doesn’t even come in until 30 seconds or so, and I didn’t miss him. The dance is very military, very sharp, evoking moments of the team dance earlier this season. Bethany is lifted up, triumphing over her detractors. The final 10 to 15 seconds give us glimpses of hip-hop, contemporary, great hold and a final flip where her head almost reaches the ground – and he holds her there. It allows us to see what she’s learned this season. Blogger confession: Bethany has left me lukewarm pretty much all season, and I haven’t found Derek’s choreography up to his usual standards. Not now. Len calls it a five-star freestyle, and Bruno compares Bethany to Katniss Everdeen. Score: 40 (all four 10s).

As Carrie Ann speaks, we cut to the ABC coverage of the grand-jury verdict in Ferguson, Mo., for about 10 minutes.

Sadie and Mark, the theme to “Super Mario Brothers”

Yes, everyone, you read that right: After taking on zombies and Adam and Eve, Mark Ballas now wants to visit the world of Nintendo. Mark is excited to bring out things no one has seen before on “DWTS.” In rehearsal, they talk about dancing on the ground and guest dancers and tricks. We are definitely back in the game. Sadie and Mark pop out of the flower pots as Mario and Princess Peach.

Hey, there is some real dancing here, and even with the heavy-handed theming, it is less outrageous than Mark can be. What makes this so original and ground-breaking, though? It has elements of hip-hop, it’s very teen, and it’s very fun. “It was like being in Tommy Chong’s head,” Tom says. The judges consider this the most memorable freestyle in some time. (I wouldn’t go that far.) Mark says this has been his favorite season yet. Score: 40 (another round of perfection).

Janel and Val, “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)”

After two perfect scores to very original freestyles, will it be a letdown that Janel and Val are going for a lift-heavy contemporary? Val hasn’t been the most dynamic freestyle choreographer, as seen in Season 15 with Kelly Monaco and Season 16 with Zendaya. Val sees this intimacy as a reflection of their journey on the show. He wants Janel to breathe with him, which is harder given the compressed rehearsal time.

This dance has loving caresses, smoke and kissing, but it doesn’t have other dancers. That helps Janel and Val stand out from the prior two freestyles. It’s very well-danced, and the lifts are better than in last week’s Argentine tango, especially in the dismounts. In one of them, he holds her for an extended period of time, showing the depth of trust they have and the improvement in her core. The dance kind of just ends. Tom goes to sit with Janel and Val as they await their scores. Bruno calls it the “visualization of a love poem” and thanks them. Carrie Ann notes they went inside; they were artists. Erin, Janel, Val and even Michael Waltrip have tears. Score: yet another 40.

Alfonso and Witney, “Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)”

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Alfonso’s first claim to fame was as the Tap Dance Kid on Broadway. Witney is the only pro with a tap background. He’s going to have a solo, which is rare for a celebrity. He’ll be doing the final sequence with pros and has to be in sync with them. This is one of the best kinds of freestyles, the ones with glimpses of all the star has learned in a season along with some original flair. We see how well they partner and simply dance with each other. They’re in hold, they twirl, they display their personalities. There’s a break with the apache dance from “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” – !!! – followed by another break for tapping. The only complaint? The few seconds in which the camera was on the other dances rather than Alfonso and Witney. The judges are thrilled. Score: the final 40 of the night.

Coming Tuesday: the last night of the season, complete with more dancing from the remaining three couples AND a Speakeasy live blog. Join Kerry Grace Benn and I starting at about 9 p.m. EST as we try to entertain you through the fluff and family reunion.

In the meantime, tell us who you think will win below!

News Source: Wall Street Journal – SpeakEasy