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Demi Moore 911 Call

"Send an crisis right now. This is an crisis."

So starts the extraordinary 911 contact, in which Demi Moore's associates are seriously trying to get an crisis to the actress' Beverly Hillsides home as easily as possible, which was launched today by the Los Angeles Fireplace Office.

On the intensely redacted documenting, which persists about 10 moments, one of Moore's associates starts fighting with the dispatcher amongst misunderstandings over which organization protects the community and should be delivering paramedics.

"Why is there not an ambulance coming now?" the woman says testily before explaining what caused the star to "act crazy."

"She smoked something. It's not marijuana but it's similar to incense. She seems to be having convulsions of some sort.

"She's semi-conscious ... barely. She's convulsing."

The phone is passed to another woman, who tells the dispatcher, "She's not breathing normally ... she's burning up."

Asked if she knows exactly what Moore smoked or any other drugs she might have consumed, the second woman replies: "She's been having some issues with some other stuff lately. I don't know what she's been taking or not."

The dispatcher calms the woman down and explains how to treat Moore, stressing to keep her airway open.

By the end of the call, the paramedics have arrived to take Moore to Sherman Oaks Hospital, where she has since been discharged.

As E! News has previously reported, the 49-year-old Moore had been hosting a birthday party for a friend at the time and had exhibited "pretty hyper" behavior in the moments before the 911 call.
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Harry Belafonte Stopped By "The Colbert Report"

Harry Belafonte
The legendary singer Harry Belafonte stopped by "The Colbert Report" last night to discuss his new book "My Song" and talk about his long career as an artist and activist.

Belafonte asked Colbert why he used a celebrity to draw attention to the progressive causes, "which incidentally is one of the most beautiful pieces of calculating the banana never" "Do not just sing" Banana Boat Song,

According to Belafonte, apparently meaningless word "Day O" and it was really full of political significance. "I must say that this song is really much to do the day's events," he said. "And 'the work song, a song people are doing the hard work of planting."

Colbert explained that, like Harry Belafonte, he participated in March in Washington in 1963: ".. I was in the life of my mother she was pregnant with me"

"I have not changed a bit, '" he joked Belafonte. (At 84, his comedy is impeccable.)

Colbert pressed Belafonte on why he used his "glory of having banana" to adopt social change. "Why do not you be rich and coveted, that's what I do."

Belafonte said: "I thought the community from which I come would be better if I wanted to focus light on people who are not as fortunate as us, and I had a responsbility to achieve in this disaster and try to make a difference. "

Highlights of the interview occurred in the last minute, when Colbert asked timidly if Belafonte sings again. Belafonte said he does, but only occasionally. Colbert waited a second, then slowly began to sing Belafonte hit "Jamaica Farewell". By the way where the nights are gay, and the sun shines every day in the mountains, "he sang. A few seconds later, Belafonte joined, and the two became a duo. It was a beautiful moment.
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Ernest Borgnine Lifetime

For Ernest Borgnine Lifetime, career has been an eternity, Earnest Borgnine was born on Jan. 24, 1917, in Hamden, Conn., was the only child born to Charles and Anna Borgnino who had emigrated from Italy. Ernest enjoyed sports, mainly boxing while growing up in Connecticut.
After graduating from New Haven, he joined the Navy where he served for ten years until 1945. After a few unsatisfying jobs, his mother suggested that his strong personality, would make him an ideal candidate for an acting career. Ernest listening to his mother's suggestion and enrolled at the Randall School of Drama in Hartford.

In 1949, Ernest Borgnine made his acting debut on Broadway playing a male nurse in "Harvey." Borgnine moved to Los Angeles to consider a film career in 1951, a debut as Bill Street in The Whistle at Eaton Falls. His career took off in 1953, and was in From Here to Eternity as Sargent "Fatso" this performance open the door for Ernest as he landed various roles in dramas and westerns developing his film making career.

I guess sometimes it is difficult to put a name to a face until I started researching this article. Oh, what memories I shared with my Grandpa and Dad watching old movies that starred Ernest Borgnine.

One of my favorites was "The Wild Bunch" about a group of elderly bank robbers trying to make one last heist before going down in a "Blaze of Glory" before retiring their guns. I mostly remember Borgnine starring in the series "Little House on the Prairie" The Lord is my Shepherd Part 1 and 2 of the series. He played the role of Jonathan, a god-like role, living on a mountain where Laura Ingalls had run away to find God and found Jonathan instead. Borgnine always seemed to play a role as a kind and generous person, who always offers advice, playing roles that were strong and compassionate that the viewer could relate to their lives.

Borgnine's years of experience in films and role-playing in TV series have made him one of the legends of the acting world. With such honorable nominations and awards, Ernest Borgnine has received an Emmy at the age of 92, for his role on the series on ER just to name a few of his outstanding achievements during his lifetime acting career.
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