Thursday, March 28, 2013


RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER MARCH 2013 ISSUE #05 PRESENTS.... The Movie Screening of "The Place Beyond The Pines" Starring: Ryan Gosling, Eva Mendes, Bradley Cooper and Ray Liotta (From The Director of The Blue Valentine) It doesn't look like I'm living up to what I've preached, yesterday. Which is often, something so seldom done in our society. You can go ahead and say, Dj Handspin Dinero is not practicing what he preached from last night's Rusty Jabbz Newsletter Issue #04. I would say your only right but perhaps my agenda isn't just focused onto tonight's movie screenings. I may have gotten myself into some sort of a fix. There are two movie screenings scheduled to be shown this evening. One is located in the upper westside of Manhattan and the other is located in the lower eastside of Manhattan. Both pictures are scheduled to show at 7pm. The one located in the upper westside is called "The Host" and is playing this evening at the AMC Loews theater in Lincoln Square. The other one located in the lower eastside is called "The Place Beyond The Pines" and is also playing this evening at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema. I ended up choosing the one in the lower eastside for three reasons: One, I was a bit under the weather I didn't feel like travelling too deep into the city with my condition, Two, I wanted to meet a buddy of mine at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema and last and most important I was more interested in this movie than the other one. I didn't reject seeing, "The Host" because of my man, Sha's negative response towards it. "The Place Beyond The Pines" had a much better storyline than "The Host" did. There can also be an fact that there was an open bar scheduled for later tonight. After the movie was over. I mean seriously though that is enough to stir anyone's interests. How many of y'all ever heard of that before. A free movie screening followed by a free open bar sponsored by Stella Artois. Do not take me wrong for my decision and editorial review. I'm not saying that the thought of an open bar forced my choice in making that decision right now. To be honest with you it doesn't matter, whether or not I would have chose that movie screening and its open bar. I can simply head straight to Lincoln Square, right now and watch the screening to "The Host". I already been scheduled for later tonight for an open bar with L Magazine sponsored by Absolut. So, either way I had a lot of liquor scheduled to be on my plate regardless. However I'am glad I fell back on my liquor invites. I don't think I could have tolerated it along with my constant sickness and twitching going on inside the theater. I had a fear of either a seizure or an out of control vomit. I knew something wasn't right. I knew I should have stayed home. I know, this sounds cruel coming from me. This isn't something I should say during my screening review. I want everyone to know that the movie didn't have anything to do with my illness. "The Place Beyond The Pines" is actually a great movie. Well, at least for the amount I've seen. I didn't manage to stay for the whole screening. I started to get more weaker and weaker and the vomiting across the theater floor earlier, didn't help much. It was an embarrassment to myself and definitely something that the crowd didn't want to see during this evening's movie. Oh God, that was horrible. I couldn't fight it. These agony pains were occurring in my lower back. I feared that I was having a kidney issue and a pulmonary embolism issue. Only due to earlier, on my travel to the city. The heavy amount of breathing I kept retrieving. I just couldn't help it. I couldn't fight it. It's been bugging me all day. It was not pleasant at all. It's partly my fault I should have went home once I notice the condition occurring. Originally I should have never went to the Landmark Sunshine Cinema. This should had been a hint to me. The fact that I dosed off at the beginning of the movie during the opening credits, just struggling to keep my eyes open. Despite my bad time tonight. I had a partial good time and I do recommend, "The Place Beyond The Pines" to be seen. In theaters, this Friday "GOOD FRIDAY!", March 29, 2013. Along with, "The Host" also officially in theaters as well. Let's hope you all will have a better reason than I did, tonight. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CEO: Jason "Dj Handspin Dinero" Lamar Rusty Jabbz Entertainment Group Office: (347) 789-4543 Cellular: (646) 339-4981 Cellular: (347) 902-5355 Email: Email: Social: Social: Social: Social: Site: Site: Site: Vlog: Vlog:

Tuesday, March 26, 2013


RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER MARCH 2013 ISSUE #04 PRESENTS... G.I. JOE: RETALIATION MOVIE SCREENING @ REGAL-E WALK STADIUM 13 TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2013 @ 7PM: If anyone were to ask me, what are my plans for the evening. I don't think I would respond and say, spending it with The Rock. Especially, after that stunt, he pulled on last night's Monday Night Raw with the rockbottom on (the 2013 WRESTLE MANIA WINNER!!) John Cena. This evening would be the place you'll find me. I decided to come out here tonight for two reasons. One, I never seen G.I. Joe the movie. Unless your counting the cartoon version of the movie but never the human version of the movie. Which is kind of sad, no matter how many times USA aired "G.I. JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA". I never once took an interests in it. Perhaps its the appearance of The Rock in "G.I. JOE: RETALIATION" that stirred my interests. Or, just simply the love and support of an WWE Champion, "NAAA!!" that's not it either. I believe its reason #02. The mere socializing between friends at the theater. I'am scheduled to hook up with a few friends tonight. First off, let me start by saying peace and thank you to my brethren's for the insight they delivered to me to help me retrieve tonight's ticket. To my main dudes: Sha- King and D- Biggz. Let me make myself prepared for an early start. A movie as such, starring such an icon actor/ performer. One can only know from past movie screening experience, its dense crowd capacity. There isn't any complaining over here. Besides these long legs of mine could utilize some of that circulation from all of the standing I'll be doing until opening time. Just as I mentioned, your usual movie screening callings stretches 'round and around the corners of the block. Everyone on the line is thrilled to be here. But you can look and see down, deep in their inner soul at the fear of losing their space in tonight's theater capacity. I believe that sometimes we need to either stop facing fear or stop acknowledging fear. Fear is all in the mind! Reality is something, we need to explore and conquer first. Reality is something that this generation lacks. If our generation had lived by reality maybe it would have understand, why the mass amount of people who were out here earlier today waiting to see the "G.I. JOE: RETALIATION" screening couldn't get in. See the "REALITY" is PRESS = FIRST!....PEOPLE = LAST! The producers, directors and writers of the film couldn't care less who you are and how much you've had your heart set on to watch tonight's screening. The same goes with the theater staff and personnel. You must always understand with reality comes intelligence. What I mean by that, is this. If you know there's a movie screening scheduled to take place for this evening. A movie screening which happens to be a sequel to the original blockbuster and also features a real popular iconic figure to play the lead role. That is when you say to yourself, "I'm going to have to be on line 4-5 hours early to get up in this bitch. Just so I can secure my spot on line and up in the theater." Now, that's "REALITY MEETING INTELLIGENCE!" Those of you reading this article right now, your thinking I'm just talking out of my ass. Perhaps I'am talking out of my ass. You know what, you don't have to listen to me. You can always take the word of the many disappointed, ticketholders who left Regal-E theaters with an upside, down frown. I would like everyone to know, "G.I. JOE: RETALIATION IN THEATERS THIS FRIDAY, MARCH 29TH". To everyone who were able to get in and enjoy it. I hope it was good for you and that you've had a good time. To the one's who were mis-fortunate and left on the curb, and never receiving the opportunity to get inside and enjoy the film with others. It's not the end of the world. There'll be other movie screenings to make up for tonight's loss. In fact, this Friday I encourage everyone to stay at home and watch the first series; "G.I. JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA" on USA. If I was y'all. I'll stick to the old and forget about the new. Especially after getting dissed tonight, no way. No way in HELL I'll support the 2nd G.I. Joe movie. Plus, its Wrestlemania season. I'm strictly, CENA BABY!!! ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CEO: Jason "Dj Handspin Dinero" Lamar Rusty Jabbz Entertainment Group Office: (347) 789-4543 Cellular: (646) 339-4981 Cellular: (347) 902-5355 Email: Email: Social: Social: Social: Social: Site: Site: Site: Vlog: Vlog:

Friday, March 22, 2013


RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER PRESENTS...."ADMISSIONS" PRE-SCREENING AT REGAL LOEWS UNION SQUARE THEATER #08 THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 2013: "ADMISSIONS!!!".......... "SECRET TO GET INTO PRINCETON!!! That perhaps is an actual thought that renders through the many minds of the eligible applicants looking to enroll themselves into the prestigious University, better known as Princeton. LOL, I can imagine the secret remains to be untold. If you want to know the secret, it will have to be something an aspiring student needs to figure out for themselves. Thank God, my grades were only suitable for a specific college. I attended Queensborough. You don't need any secrets on, how to get into a community college, lol. I'm about to witness in a few minutes, this evening's pre-screening of "Admissions" starring Tina Fey (Sara Palin if you want, HA, HA), Paul Rudd, Lily Tomlin, Wallace Shawn, Gloria Reuben, Michael Sheen, Nat Wolff and Travaris Spears. The film is produced and directed by Paul Weitz. Before I go any further, I would like to thank Duke Gordone Ink for this evening's complimentary ticket to this performance. I hope I will enjoy this evening's performance. Originally, I was scheduled to see this performance last week but I had a prior engagement. I'am so happy to see that they're doing another week of screenings for the "Admissions". The film is actually scheduled to be in theaters tomorrow (March 22, 2013). My key interests in the movie was simply off of the name. A name of a movie titled "Admissions" you pretty much have an idea its going to be a movie based on school and education but not solely. PRINCETON, let's talk about it. I don't know much in life but if there's one thing I do know. I know I'm not Princeton material, lol. Let's collaborate on that. What exactly is considered to be Princeton material? Let's see what I've got; good grades starting from Pre-K to the 12th grade, high test scores, good academic knowledge, good athletic abilities, different types of achievements and accomplishments from certificates to medals to ribbons to trophies. Am I getting warmer, apparently not but one would think so if they were a person applying to Princeton that achieved all that I mentioned. It's more deeper than that. What the movie is showing everyone, as if its like an documentary on "How do you get into Princeton?" Which is only one side of the story. Now on the other side of the story we have the 16 year, Princeton admission officer, Portia Nathan who have finally come beside herself in life. Everyone comes to this point in their life more than once. If not, then at least once you come across the moment where your stuck between the rock and a hard place and it takes a matter of time to figure your way out. The same thing happens with her in the movie when she receives information that she feels is vital to her. Let this be a lesson going out to my Jabbers, not all information we receive are vital be careful what we receive and who we receive them from. Just a brief summary of what the movie entails. Everyone knows Princeton University is known for being the number one Ivy league school in America. But, all of that quickly changed in one semester. Princeton dropping number two in the ranks. The staff and the alumni are peeved. They are willing to try anything to get there "baby" back in the number one spot. A task that has been made for the 16 year, admission officer, Portia Nathan (played by Tina Fey). Portia Nathan, is a die hard admissions officer. She's been working with Princeton University for the past 16 years so her love, dedication and commitment means a lot to the facility. Or, at least it did. Until obstacles started to get in her way and distort her vision. That is one of the reason why I love this movie so much. It's sort of a love/lost scenario, lost/found scenario kind of thing going on. Yes the basis of the movie is primarily about Princeton but it also goes deeper than that. You know I don't like to say too much but what I will say, is go to the theaters and check out "Admissions" Starring Tina Fey & Paul Rudd. The movie is targeted for students. We want you to be aware and open your eyes and minds. So you can figure out the secrets not only on how to admit yourself into Princeton. Use this movie as a gem for other educational facilities in the same process. Learn other school's secrets and figure out, what you can do to attend there? " LEARN HOW TO BREAK YOUR FAVORITE EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES' ADMISSION SECRET!!! " ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CEO: Jason "Dj Handspin Dinero" Lamar Rusty Jabbz Entertainment Group Office: (347) 789-4543 Cellular: (646) 339-4981 Cellular: (347) 902-5355 Email: Email: Social: Social: Social: Social: Site: Site: Site: Vlog: Vlog:

Saturday, March 16, 2013


RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER MARCH 2013 ISSUE #03 PRESENTS "OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN" MOVIE SCREENING @ KIPSBAY LOEWS THEATER/ TIMES SQUARES: "OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN" DIRECTED BY ANTOINE FUQUA (DIRECTOR OF TRAINING DAY) AND PRODUCED BY GERARD BUTLER Ah man, I'm back in the theaters for another private screening and review but before I go any further there's someone I would like to thank first. Only my dude, Sha know how to make a dude feel good. Whether its putting his own happiness on the line for someone else. He will do it. I would like to thank, my man, Sha-King for tonight's complimentary tickets. Thank you fam for both the "Admission" and the "Olympus Has Fallen" tickets. I don't know, how you do it but sometimes you come through at the greatest of moments. Although, should I perhaps consider this the greatest of moments. You've only made me feel better, after what have happened to me earlier during my job interview. I had a very bad incident this afternoon, which I rather not share at this time. Needless to say, thank you for tonight's movie ticket and screening. I will definitely indulge in it and just simply erase the medical mishaps from, earlier today. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ "OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN" IN THEATERS FRIDAY, MARCH 22nd STARRING: GERARD BUTLER, AARON ECKHART, MORGAN FREEMAN, ANGELA BASSETT, DYLAN MC DERMOTT, MELISSA LEO, RICK YUNE, ASHLEY JUDD, ROBERT FORSTER, TORY KITTLES, COLE HAUSER, PHIL AUSTIN, FINLEY JACOBSEN, AND RADHA MITCHELL I didn't expect to see this movie, this evening. Thank you once more to my dude, Sha. I'm so glad I taken the liberty to upload the complimentary pass for tonight's screening. This film was definitely an educational one. Starting with the word, "OLYMPUS!" I guess, I can say that's another terminology used in reference of the White House. The film is an remarkable and outstanding film. It has all that it was described from heart-pounding to action packed to thrill riding. Of course, I'm not going to go on your hashtag and tweet my love for the movie. Anyone who wants to know, Dj Handspin's feelings about anything you know where to find em. Now, back to the film. The film first started off with a typical scene. A rather familiar scene I seen very often in various motion pictures of similar nature. The beginning of movie, well not quite the beginning. Okay second scene if you wish. In this familiar scene I speak of, you have President Asher (played by Aaron Eckhart), his Wife and First Lady Margaret Asher (played by Ashley Judd) travelling inside their limousine and being led by Secret Service members in the limousine in front. Something have occurred on the highway where the President's limo shifted off the road and was hanging over a cliff of a highway. Fortunately, Secret Service officials were able to rescue the President from his limo. See the wife on the otherhand, was across the other side of the limo, out of reach. They feared that if anyone stepped inside the limousine with an attempt to rescue the First lady. There body weights may tilt the President's limousine completely over the cliff. Unfortunately, it ended up happening anyway due to the attempt of one Secret Service, Mike Banning (played Gerard Butler and he's also the producer). Who ended up costing the life of the First Lady, once the limo went over the cliff and smashed and burned into pieces. Secret Service Mike Banning not only did he lose the President's wife. He lost a friend within the President and his son. Mike Banning was then subject to desk duty feeling guilty for what he have done. Mike Banning feels responsible and is willing to erase time and correct the wrong, he created. Which soon he was able to do allowing him to become the hero of the President who was captured by an North Korean Terrorist. How many television and movie scripts does that sound familiar with. In fact its Thursday night and I'm sitting in the Loews Kipsbay Theatre in Times Square watching a film involved with that whole White House scenerio, mumbo jumbo. LOL, You know if I wanted to see this I would have went home this evening and watched, ABC's "SCANDAL". "SAME TV", "SAME SCRIPT", "SAME SHIT". Anyway, Rustyjabbers don't let my mixed feelings stop you from enjoying a good film. "OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN" IN THEATERS EVERYWHERE THIS FRIDAY!!! ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CEO: Jason "Dj Handspin Dinero" Lamar Rusty Jabbz Entertainment Group Office: (347) 789-4543 Cellular: (646) 339-4981 Cellular: (347) 902-5355 Email: Email: Social: Social: Social: Social: Site: Site: Site: Vlog: Vlog:

Sunday, March 10, 2013


RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER MARCH 2013 ISSUE #01 Presents "THE TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY G.L.B.T. EXPO EDITION" I gain amusement from this, another year. Another year of GAY, LESBIAN, BI, TRANSGENDER. Yeesh, I can say them words out of my mouth like my high school cheerleading squad. Four groups, that come together to form an alliance to create such a superb event. Creating something, this spectacular for the past 20 years known to us as the "GLBT EXPO". This will be my second time attending. Last year, I was heavily in anticipation as I waited for my first appearance of the GLBT Expo 2012. But, a lot can change in 365 days. I know, to some of my viewers and friends who maybe reading this. Your probably wondering, whether or not I came to my senses on all of this homosexual fiasco. This is now, "MY GAY ERA" and it officially begun. Part of me wanted to come out here but the thing is, which part? There's three sides of me. You have the regular, Jason Lamar and then there's the photographer/writer, Jason Lamar (You can already guess, which side I chose) and last but not least, there's the bi-sexual, Jason Lamar. Or, as I like to call him, "GAYSPIN". Don't get me wrong, "Money Over Bullshit" has always been my moniker. My life just isn't that simple anymore ever since the closet have been busted wide open. Once my third party was released, it has been the 3 of us tearing at each others throats and thoughts. I'am proud that I've came out the closet two years ago and came to terms with myself of who I really am. At the same time knowing this information can get in the way of your everyday life and special requirements. It's like once your out of the closet or just a average gay person they expect support at these different gay and lesbian gatherings. Which I would love to go to and show some love but I can not go to everyone. Sometimes I cannot go to any of them. Basically, the point I'm trying to make today is NOTORIOUS DAY! I would like to give a shout out to and my continued prayers to the Wallace Family for the loss of Christopher "Notorious "B.I.G." Wallace, for the past 19 years. REST IN PEACE BIG POPPA! I had made plans for later this evening for a live, Biggie Tribute outside my window. This is what I was discussing, earlier about my parties clashing (personalities if you will) with one another. I just couldn't decide within myself whether or not, should I stay home and set up the tables for my Biggie's tribute or head to the Jacob Javits Center and hold it down for my tru "Gz". True Indeed, I could have gone tomorrow being that this is a two day affair. But, there is no tomorrow, I'll be busy into something else. I hope now your grasping what I've been saying how my gay lifestyle sometimes interacts with my personal and business affairs which leads me to making hard decisions. Maybe the decision wasn't so hard, at least its hot out today. Last year, man dam it was fuckin' COLD! & WINDY TOO! I didn't know, how long I planned to stay for the expo. Quite frankly I never know, how long I plan to stay for these event. You can never take me on face value, I say one thing then do another. I ended up staying all the way to the closing. Which I believe part of that may have something to do with the open bar. You know me and open bars just like men you can't have free booze around me. Can I really say, today was rocking, so so. I mean, they're selling and giving away the same junk as last year. I say, about 85% more of the same junk from last year. The same junk here is probably the same junk that's still sitting in my bedroom. I see, lots of people walking around the Javits Center with these bright pinkish-purple Provincetown bags including myself. Bags are stacked and full with enough literature and trinkets from every vendor within the vicinity. I'm going easy on the vendor visits. I want less things to travel back home with besides I'm here more for media coverage. I was a bit uncertain about today's "20th Anniversary GLBT Expo" nonetheless, I had a great time, as minimal time it was. Perhaps I may have stacked among self some excessive amount of GLBT trinkets and literature, lol. That's alright lets see how long it'll last in my crib before I toss them away and I never get a chance to look at them. The same goes for everyone that's in attendance here, this afternoon. They do the same thing. It's about 6 o'clock, I'm looking to go home anyway. Besides I need to get myself out of this tight spot I got myself into. I have this thong wedged so far up between the cheeks of my buns, oh lord talk about pain. I got myself all freaked out in hopes to get laid. Don't you just hate it when men say, "NO!" I was trying to capture this hot brutha on film. Eventually I had to step off when I started to feel like a tramp for chasing him down. Although, I believe I was hit on a little bit later in the afternoon by this cute guy, a little bit on the "bear" side though. We did exchange phone numbers and we'll see where it goes from here. GLBT volunteers are walking around passing out condoms. I said to myself earlier, "I'm not even sure if I'm getting laid tonight". I'am pretty sure guys, if I was getting laid, there wouldn't be a Rusty Jabbz being conducted at this time, lol. In closing, I would just like to say, do not take me on face value, lol. I know, at the beginning of this issue it sounded as if I was in heavy doubts and restraints about coming to the GLBT Expo this afternoon. And, more than likely them same feelings and restraints may return throughout the year towards upcoming events. Or, may even return next year. Whatever should occur in forthcoming events just know that today's GLBT Expo was indeed more educational and open-minded. It allowed me to do other things that I very seldom do and see things that I very seldom see. It's not often you see a handicap deaf/ blind trio: Two of them are deaf and One of them is blind and deaf. Seeing something like that makes you wonder. Are they, GAY? Yes, gay is the key word. What else would you think when you see them at a GLBT Expo. I think, that's cool. In fact kind of intriguing, "HANDICAP GAYS!". Matter of fact, I don't even know if they are gay but that's the beauty of it. It's like a mystery, to have you guessing who they are? Something else I enjoyed seeing today other than the performances was the fact that several parents in good graces bringing out their children to the GLBT Expo. This is something I recalled from last year, I just didn't address it. I like, what today's parents are doing, I know some may not agree and probably think they're exposing their child to a lifestyle that they shouldn't. I find it to be educational on the child's behalf. If I can go back 20 years, you think my mother and father would have ever volunteered to take me here. Yeah, right the only fun place my parents know is church.(No Disrespect, Christ!!) I'm just saying times have changed and I really love it. Well, I love it for certain things. Twenty years ago, when this GLBT Expo began gays and lesbians were scared to come to this affair openly. No one wasn't thinking about making this expo a tourist attraction, a commercial entity or even bringing their little children and having them running around all over place. I'm happy for the change and for how far we have come. God Bless Us All! xoxo __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CEO: Jason "Dj Handspin Dinero" Lamar Rusty Jabbz Entertainment Group Office: (347) 789-4543 Cellular: (646) 339-4981 Cellular: (347) 902-5355 Email: Email: Social: Social: Social: Social: Social: Site: Site: Site: Vlog: Vlog: