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Tarantino unchains America's past in 'Django'

LOS ANGELES — Twenty years after Quentin Tarantino denounced his initial film “Reservoir Dogs,” a executive has incited his eye to America’s labour history, spinning a blood-filled atonement story in his heading character for “Django Unchained.”

Tarantino, 49, has turn synonymous with assault and dim humor, holding on a Nazis in “Inglourious Basterds” and mobsters in “Pulp Fiction.”

In “Django Unchained,” to be expelled in U.S. theaters on Christmas Day, he fuses a spaghetti Western cowboy movement journey with a racially charged punish story set in a 19th century, before a extermination of labour in a United States.

Jamie Foxx stars as a

Article source: http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/entertainment/12/25/12/tarantino-unchains-americas-past-django

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Tuesday, December 25th, 2012 Los Angeles Dentists No Comments

Quentin Tarantino unchains America's worried past in "Django"

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Twenty years after Quentin Tarantino denounced his initial film “Reservoir Dogs,” a executive has incited his eye to America’s labour history, spinning a blood-filled atonement story in his heading character for “Django Unchained.”

Tarantino, 49, has turn synonymous with assault and dim humor, holding on a Nazis in “Inglourious Basterds” and mobsters in “Pulp Fiction.”

In “Django Unchained,” to be expelled in U.S. theaters on Christmas

Article source: http://news.yahoo.com/quentin-tarantino-unchains-americas-tormented-past-django-130742536.html

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Tuesday, December 25th, 2012 Los Angeles Dentists No Comments

Medicaid recruiters hasten for Texas dental patients

They competence be called annuity hunters.

They’re dressed as dental professionals, though they are recruiters whose pursuit is to find Medicaid-eligible children for dentists to work on.

In 2010, Medicaid paid $1.6 billion for dental work on children, some-more than $500 per child.

The recruiter’s pursuit is to tempt relatives to take their children to a bureau of a certain dentist. They mostly give giveaway gifts to relatives to sign a bargain.

Some dentists, in turn, recompense a recruiters by giving them a reward for any child they move in to a office.

All of it is eventually saved by taxpayers’ money.

On a new Friday

Article source: http://www.kens5.com/news/local/Medicaid-recruiters-scramble-for-Texas-dental-patients-156914145.html

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