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Lindsay Lohan -- Working in the Sun

5/21/2011 6:45 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Lindsay Lohan arrived in Ft. Lauderdale, FL yesterday where she'll be spending the next few days working on a photo shoot for a local magazine. 

This will be her last outing in the sun for a bit -- Lindsay has to turn herself in for an electronic monitoring bracelet by June 17.


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Rogue Warrior    

In the event, ANY of "YOU" can actually read, I highly recommend you pick up Dr. Drew's book called , "The Mirror Effect". You'll enjoy it and give you something in between Lindsay bashing sessions. MUCH Later!

1217 days ago

Who Farted    

Rogue Warrior and team,

In the event that YOU can read, I suggest you take your plight to other news sources online where the haters far more exceed what they do here. For example, the haters over at CNN are in excess of 900 and counting....just for one thread alone. Every other news source out there has thousands of negative comments and thousands more haters of Lindsay Lohan. You think she is only targeted here at TMZ??? lmao.
PS. I hear that Q score has dropped a couple a points again.

1217 days ago

john smith    

I had a few beefy bejeweled body guards stopping by my crib about five weeks ago, I don't scare easy....I also had cops harassing me. Funny how the people always getting arrested are always calling the cops........I think someone needs a dose of Scientology.................they do more than audit people.....................enjoy the fun.........OH.... and the FBI ,,,,,and the RICO act on racketeering with it's twenty year minimums.......... enjoy

1217 days ago


John smith what are you trying to say ?
you didn't say it CLEAR enough for people to understand,try again.
FBI,RICCO 20 years for what ?

1217 days ago


“I'm not that girl from Freaky Friday any more! I'm a real adult. In fact, I hate children! I hate them all!”

Lindsay Lohan

The second part of her CS at the Women's Center should be a great time for her.

1217 days ago

john smith    

Sean, I'm not in Scientology and I don't know anything about the RICO act. Just goofing around, this is a gossip site for fun, right?

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1217 days ago

john smith    

You do have to wonder if the people receiving thousands of dollars in cash from these sites are paying taxes on the money or reporting it,

Who was it that took down Big Al Capone?

1217 days ago


I love to toil @ the coppa mines too, rite Pony ?

1217 days ago


The NY Times story about MiLo selling stories and paying off witnesses of his daughters crimes(past insider trading)was very EYE opening.
@js makes some very good points I might add...

Hopefully this will CLEAR up any misconceptions from the TMZ(alleged) LiLo stalker thread & subsequent 1150 comments.

Freemasonry is a fraternal organization that arose from obscure origins in the late 16th to early 17th century. Freemasonry now exists in various forms all over the world, with a membership estimated at around six million, including approximately 150,000 in Scotland and Ireland, over a quarter of a million under the jurisdiction of the United Grand Lodge of England and just under two million in the United States.

Freemasonry uses the metaphors of operative stonemasons tools and implements, against the allegorical backdrop of the building of King Solomon's Temple, to convey what has been described by both Masons and critics as "a system of morality veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols."

While Freemasonry has often been called a "secret society", it is more correct to say that Freemasonry has become less a secret society and more of a "society with secrets".The private aspects of modern Freemasonry are the modes of recognition amongst members and particular elements within the ritual.

Despite the organization's great diversity, Freemasonry's central preoccupations remain charitable work within a local or wider community, moral uprightness (requiring a belief in a supreme being) as well as the development and maintenance of fraternal friendship, urged amongst brethren.


Masons conduct their meetings using a ritualized format. There is no single Masonic ritual, and each jurisdiction is free to set (or not set) its own ritual. However, there are similarities that exist among jurisdictions. For example, all Masonic ritual makes use of the architectural symbolism of the tools of the medieval operative stonemason. Freemasons, as speculative masons (meaning philosophical building rather than actual building), use this symbolism to teach moral and ethical lessons of the principles of "Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth;" or as related in France, "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity".


Two of the principal symbolic tools always found in a Lodge are the square and compasses. Some Lodges and rituals explain these tools as lessons in conduct: for example, that Masons should "square their actions by the square of virtue" and to learn to "cir***scribe their desires and keep their passions within due bounds toward all mankind". However, as Freemasonry is non-dogmatic, there is no general interpretation for these tools (or any Masonic emblem) that is used by Freemasonry as a whole.

These moral lessons are communicated in performance of allegorical ritual.


A candidate progresses through degrees gaining knowledge and understanding of himself, his relationship with others and his relationship with the Supreme Being (per his own interpretation). While the philosophical aspects of Freemasonry tend to be discussed in Lodges of Instruction or Research, and sometimes informal groups, Freemasons, and others, frequently publish, with varying degrees of competence, studies that are available to the public.

Any mason may speculate on the symbols and purpose of Freemasonry, and indeed all masons are required to some extent to speculate on masonic meaning as a condition of advancing through the degrees. There is no one accepted meaning, and no one person "speaks" for the whole of Freemasonry.

Some lodges make use of tracing boards. These are painted or printed illustrations depicting the various symbolic emblems of Freemasonry. They can be used as teaching aids during the lectures that follow each of the three Degrees, when an experienced member explains the various concepts of Freemasonry to new members. They can also be used by experienced members as self-reminders of the concepts they learned as they went through their initiation.

I hope my fellow earth occupants are being TRUE to themselves and their families..
Hello Harveys boytoy,lou and david, Sedona is glorious in the spring !

1217 days ago


Most Lodges consist of Freemasons living or working within a given town or neighborhood. Other Lodges are composed of Masons with a particular shared interest, profession or background, Shared schools, universities and military units.

off to work (it is starting to bare fruit) the city never sleeps..
oh, FYI ,The rapture of Christs "church" was not physical but spiritual.

1217 days ago


"oh, FYI ,The rapture of Christs "church" was not physical but spiritual."

Details Schmetails. How is that different than praying?

Or are you saying that peoples souls were lifted up and their bodies were left wandering around with evil Charlie Sheeples inside?

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