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Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie Head To Galapagos Airport

Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie Head To Galapagos Airport

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt take a car ride to the local airport on the Galapagos Islands on Saturday (April 21).

The newly engaged couple have reportedly been vacationing on the islands for the better part of a week. Brad and Angelina arrived with their kids, Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne, and Knox, for their post-engagement announcement relaxing vacation.

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Brad and Angelina announced their engagement last week.

We can’t wait to hear about the wedding details!

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439 Responses to “Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie Head To Galapagos Airport”

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  1. 51
    hag Says:

    just saw the video of brad getting off the boat holding knox. brad is HOT!!

  2. 52
    Passing Through Says:

    # 42 please @ 04/21/2012 at 5:56 pm
    .
    Stop frontin’. You’re here because you’re obsesses with Brad and Angie just like you accuse of being. If you were REALLY just looking for a good laugh you’d be in your bathroom looking at yourself in the mirror. Er…if only you had a bathroom that is…

  3. 53
    Passing Through Says:

    # 54 justsayin @ 04/21/2012 at 6:17 pm
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    Unfortunately we’ll never get lucky and have her STAY in hiding. She sends Jeangolo out on his motorcycle instead and hope people mistake him for Brad and then everyone will think Brad went back to her and his engagment to Angie and the 6 kids they have together is all just a mirage…

  4. 54
    eww Says:

    Pitt is so old

  5. 55
    big deal Says:

    Two washed-up old crusties riding around in a Purina Dog Chow truck

  6. 56
    RachelSun Says:

    You trolls need to look up a word like pretentious before using it. Your obviously too stupid to know the definition.

    Brad and Angelina are not pretentious. Even if they were full of self importance which any one who has met them can tell you they are NOT, it would be more then justiifed by their successful careers and humanitarian efforts.

  7. 57
    please Says:

    GOTCHA GOTCHA GOTCHA GOTCHA GOTCHA GOTCHA GOTCHA GOTCHA GOTCHA GOTCHA GOTCHA GOTCHA GOTCHA GOTCHA

    See, I proved it. You can’t ignore us any more than you can ignore a new AJ post. Honestly you guys really are a hoot and EZ. Oh, oh, someone come back with “you should know EZ cause you are”

    Please someone stop me cause I can’t. HAHAHAHAHA

  8. 58
    marina Says:

    Brad and angie look great, but it makes me a little sad how they are followed. Good thing is that the paps were far away from them in this occasion.
    Greetings all fans!

  9. 59
    marina Says:

    I’m going to post an article about trolls, it is a bit long:

    •­The breed that started it all is the Usenet troll. Usenet trolls use several different strategies to disrupt discussions online. One common tactic is to cross post the same message into several newsgroups. This helps increase the likelihood that the troll will get a “bite” from an unsuspecting victim. By posting off-topic messages into multiple groups, the troll has a higher chance of annoying someone.
    •Many trolls find it amusing to pose as new members of forums or chat rooms — also known as newbies — and ask clueless questions until the discussion collapses as a result. These trolls often attempt to present themselves in a sympathetic light. The goal here is to encourage others to start flinging insults. The troll can then point to the other person and accuse him or her of being unfair or mean while maintaining the role of innocent victim.
    •Some trolls don’t use subtlety at all and go straight for insults. These trolls are easy to spot, as they come right out of the gate with inflammatory language. For example, a troll visiting a message board about Star Wars might create a thread that says “Star Trek Rocks! Star Wars Bites!” The goal isn’t to actually start a debate or conversation — instead the troll just wants to encourage Star Wars fans to lose their tempers and post angry messages.

    •Sneaky trolls will sometimes pose as people who are genuinely interested in the topic before posting a message that undermines the discussion. This is common in political forums — a person with opposing views might pretend to be sympathetic to other members in the community while simultaneously posting messages and threads that criticize their point of view. For example, the troll might say, “I really like Politician X, but do you think she’s really strong on domestic policy?” The goal of this troll is to foment doubt within the community at large. Trolls who pose under a false identity are also known as sock puppets.
    •Colluding trolls are people who work together to create chaos. One member might use classic trolling tactics while the others pose as normal members of the online community. These trolls in disguise can publicly defend the obvious troll and claim that the troll is really trying to add to the discussion.

    Trolls are troublesome and distracting — that’s their very goal. But it might surprise you to find out there are communities that allow and even welcome trolls to participate. Find out more in the next section.

  10. 60
    marina Says:

    The first step to dealing with trolls is learning how to recognize them. The following traits are clues:
    •Does the person ask the same questions worded in different ways? Does the person ignore suggestions or responses from other members of the community? If the community has a frequently asked question (FAQ) section, does the person seemingly refuse to read it?
    •Has the person posted inflammatory remarks that have no real substance to them?
    •Does he or she make it a habit to post messages that include insults and vulgar language?
    •Does he or she respond to other members in a purely negative, critical way?
    •Does the person post messages that are generally off-topic? Does he or she seem to want only attention rather than discuss the topic at hand?
    •Does the person resurrect old conversations or discussions that were once controversial within the community? Some trolls enjoy bringing back old arguments to encourage dissent within a group.
    •When confronted with a counter argument, does the person in question change tactics rather than answer the points made by another member? Does the person employ logical fallacies within their posts?

    If the answer to these questions is yes, there’s a good chance you’re dealing with a troll. Whether the member is consciously trying to troll the community or not is another matter. There are times when even respected members of an online community might behave like a troll. But if it’s a new member who is very active and displays these qualities, you’ve probably got a real troll on your hands.

    What do you do? If you’re simply a member of the community, the best a­dvice is to ignore the troll. The troll’s goal is to disrupt the community and rile up its members. By ignoring the troll, you deny him or her a victory. There’s a common phrase that dates back to the early days of Usenet: Don’t feed the trolls. Trolls love attention — depriving them of it usually means they’ll lose interest and move on to a different community.

    The important thing to remember is to remain calm and civil. If you lose your temper, the troll wins. You become the butt of the troll’s joke. Some trolls won’t let it rest there — they’ll go to other communities and spread word of how they managed to push your buttons and make you blow your top. Don’t give them the satisfaction

    Some people troll others as part of a personal vendetta. This is also known as cyberbullying. The troll might taunt the victim in various online communities, use the victim’s e-mail address to sign up for spam e-mails or even impersonate the victim in order to discredit him or her.

    Other trolls want to promote their own agendas by undermining an online community. The clearest example of this is on a political forum. A troll might use manipulative tricks to sabotage a legitimate discussion or to discourage community members from supporting a specific political figure

    Seems familiar?

  11. 61
    nani Says:

    Love, love, love them! I wish people loved them as much. They just love each other and live their lives. Why don’t others do that to instead of saying mean things about two good people?

  12. 62
    dawne Says:

    Troll education day………sane and simple message we often forget to heed……..operative word………..no reaction and no reponse.

  13. 63
    ???? Says:

    I’m going to post an article about trolls, it is a bit long:

    •­The breed that started it all is the Usenet troll. Usenet trolls use several different strategies to disrupt discussions online. One common tactic is to cross post the same message into several newsgroups. This helps increase the likelihood that the troll will get a “bite” from an unsuspecting victim. By posting off-topic messages into multiple groups, the troll has a higher chance of annoying someone.
    •Many trolls find it amusing to pose as new members of forums or chat rooms — also known as newbies — and ask clueless questions until the discussion collapses as a result. These trolls often attempt to present themselves in a sympathetic light. The goal here is to encourage others to start flinging insults. The troll can then point to the other person and accuse him or her of being unfair or mean while maintaining the role of innocent victim.
    •Some trolls don’t use subtlety at all and go straight for insults. These trolls are easy to spot, as they come right out of the gate with inflammatory language. For example, a troll visiting a message board about Star Wars might create a thread that says “Star Trek Rocks! Star Wars Bites!” The goal isn’t to actually start a debate or conversation — instead the troll just wants to encourage Star Wars fans to lose their tempers and post angry messages.

    •Sneaky trolls will sometimes pose as people who are genuinely interested in the topic before posting a message that undermines the discussion. This is common in political forums — a person with opposing views might pretend to be sympathetic to other members in the community while simultaneously posting messages and threads that criticize their point of view. For example, the troll might say, “I really like Politician X, but do you think she’s really strong on domestic policy?” The goal of this troll is to foment doubt within the community at large. Trolls who pose under a false identity are also known as sock puppets.
    •Colluding trolls are people who work together to create chaos. One member might use classic trolling tactics while the others pose as normal members of the online community. These trolls in disguise can publicly defend the obvious troll and claim that the troll is really trying to add to the discussion.

    Trolls are troublesome and distracting — that’s their very goal. But it might surprise you to find out there are communities that allow and even welcome trolls to participate. Find out more in the next section.

    The first step to dealing with trolls is learning how to recognize them. The following traits are clues:
    •Does the person ask the same questions worded in different ways? Does the person ignore suggestions or responses from other members of the community? If the community has a frequently asked question (FAQ) section, does the person seemingly refuse to read it?
    •Has the person posted inflammatory remarks that have no real substance to them?
    •Does he or she make it a habit to post messages that include insults and vulgar language?
    •Does he or she respond to other members in a purely negative, critical way?
    •Does the person post messages that are generally off-topic? Does he or she seem to want only attention rather than discuss the topic at hand?
    •Does the person resurrect old conversations or discussions that were once controversial within the community? Some trolls enjoy bringing back old arguments to encourage dissent within a group.
    •When confronted with a counter argument, does the person in question change tactics rather than answer the points made by another member? Does the person employ logical fallacies within their posts?

    If the answer to these questions is yes, there’s a good chance you’re dealing with a troll. Whether the member is consciously trying to troll the community or not is another matter. There are times when even respected members of an online community might behave like a troll. But if it’s a new member who is very active and displays these qualities, you’ve probably got a real troll on your hands.

    What do you do? If you’re simply a member of the community, the best a­dvice is to ignore the troll. The troll’s goal is to disrupt the community and rile up its members. By ignoring the troll, you deny him or her a victory. There’s a common phrase that dates back to the early days of Usenet: Don’t feed the trolls. Trolls love attention — depriving them of it usually means they’ll lose interest and move on to a different community.

    The important thing to remember is to remain calm and civil. If you lose your temper, the troll wins. You become the butt of the troll’s joke. Some trolls won’t let it rest there — they’ll go to other communities and spread word of how they managed to push your buttons and make you blow your top. Don’t give them the satisfaction

    Some people troll others as part of a personal vendetta. This is also I’m going to post an article about trolls, it is a bit long:

    •­The breed that started it

  14. 64
    Tamsin Says:

    @you kidding me:

    Oh but you know, they are blessed by their fans. Besides, they’re getting married? How perfect is that?

    The only thing missing is an Ecuadorian kid to add to their catalog. Wouldn’t it be awesome if they happened to casually drive by an orphanage and they happened to find a beautiful little kid who needed a home?

    XD

  15. 65
    ???? Says:

    I’m going to post an article about trolls, it is a bit long:

    •­The breed that started it all is the Usenet troll. Usenet trolls use several different strategies to disrupt discussions online. One common tactic is to cross post the same message into several newsgroups. This helps increase the likelihood that the troll will get a “bite” from an unsuspecting victim. By posting off-topic messages into multiple groups, the troll has a higher chance of annoying someone.
    •Many trolls find it amusing to pose as new members of forums or chat rooms — also known as newbies — and ask clueless questions until the discussion collapses as a result. These trolls often attempt to present themselves in a sympathetic light. The goal here is to encourage others to start flinging insults. The troll can then point to the other person and accuse him or her of being unfair or mean while maintaining the role of innocent victim.
    •Some trolls don’t use subtlety at all and go straight for insults. These trolls are easy to spot, as they come right out of the gate with inflammatory language. For example, a troll visiting a message board about Star Wars might create a thread that says “Star Trek Rocks! Star Wars Bites!” The goal isn’t to actually start a debate or conversation — instead the troll just wants to encourage Star Wars fans to lose their tempers and post angry messages.

    •Sneaky trolls will sometimes pose as people who are genuinely interested in the topic before posting a message that undermines the discussion. This is common in political forums — a person with opposing views might pretend to be sympathetic to other members in the community while simultaneously posting messages and threads that criticize their point of view. For example, the troll might say, “I really like Politician X, but do you think she’s really strong on domestic policy?” The goal of this troll is to foment doubt within the community at large. Trolls who pose under a false identity are also known as sock puppets.
    •Colluding trolls are people who work together to create chaos. One member might use classic trolling tactics while the others pose as normal members of the online community. These trolls in disguise can publicly defend the obvious troll and claim that the troll is really trying to add to the discussion.

    Trolls are troublesome and distracting — that’s their very goal. But it might surprise you to find out there are communities that allow and even welcome trolls to participate. Find out more in the next section.

    The first step to dealing with trolls is learning how to recognize them. The following traits are clues:
    •Does the person ask the same questions worded in different ways? Does the person ignore suggestions or responses from other members of the community? If the community has a frequently asked question (FAQ) section, does the person seemingly refuse to read it?
    •Has the person posted inflammatory remarks that have no real substance to them?
    •Does he or she make it a habit to post messages that include insults and vulgar language?
    •Does he or she respond to other members in a purely negative, critical way?
    •Does the person post messages that are generally off-topic? Does he or she seem to want only attention rather than discuss the topic at hand?
    •Does the person resurrect old conversations or discussions that were once controversial within the community? Some trolls enjoy bringing back old arguments to encourage dissent within a group.
    •When confronted with a counter argument, does the person in question change tactics rather than answer the points made by another member? Does the person employ logical fallacies within their posts?

    If the answer to these questions is yes, there’s a good chance you’re dealing with a troll. Whether the member is consciously trying to troll the community or not is another matter. There are times when even respected members of an online community might behave like a troll. But if it’s a new member who is very active and displays these qualities, you’ve probably got a real troll on your hands.

    What do you do? If you’re simply a member of the community, the best a­dvice is to ignore the troll. The troll’s goal is to disrupt the community and rile up its members. By ignoring the troll, you deny him or her a victory. There’s a common phrase that dates back to the early days of Usenet: Don’t feed the trolls. Trolls love attention — depriving them of it usually means they’ll lose interest and move on to a different community.

    The important thing to remember is to remain calm and civil. If you lose your temper, the troll wins. You become the butt of the troll’s joke. Some trolls won’t let it rest there — they’ll go to other communities and spread word of how they managed to push your buttons and make you blow your top. Don’t give them the satisfaction

    Some people troll others as part of a personal vendetta. This is also known as cyberbullying. The troll might taunt the victim in various online communities,

  16. 66
    ???? Says:

    Oh Marina, look what you started, you bad bad girl.

  17. 67
    QQQQ Says:

    Enough with the non-sense.

  18. 68
    fyi Says:

    Google Translation
    http://expreso.ec/expreso/plantillas/nota.aspx?idart=3248959&idcat=19308&tipo=2
    The penultimate day visit to the Galapagos Islands, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and their six children was spent in the field of Bachas, a beach located six miles of channel Itabaca on Santa Cruz Island. Site that is only accessible by sea.

    The Pitt, who arrived Tuesday morning to the Enchanted Isles, sailing on board the yacht Queen Silvia, with three people who are responsible for their safety and two companions who care for children.

    After spending the morning in the small beach of white sand, where you can see remnants of ships of the Second World War, Pitt coordinated with his security team to Puerto Ayora admission through Itabaca channel.

    One of the security members landed in the canal near 14:30 to inspect if there were photographers on the site and then gave the warning to the boat for the couple off at a small boat.

    At about 15:00 they reached the canal, but being aware of the presence of photographers, the driver of the boat changed the course and left ashore in a landing area intended for fuel.

    Brad, dressed in white, and Angelina, full black, and she entered first decreased quickly to a waiting bus while the children down one by one.

    Although the family’s itinerary included a tour of the Tortoise Breeding Center, changed the plan and came to the house of Oswaldo Molestina, where children swam in the pool and the couple next to marry, watched closely as drinking coffee.

    The visit was postponed until this morning, when children know the lonely George and then will head to the airport to take the return on a private jet.

  19. 69
    ???? Says:

    @QQQQ: Genius, nonsense is just one word. If you can’t compete with the smart kiddies, just go to JJ

  20. 70
    ???? Says:

    you whoreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee lovers are starting to bore me, I’m outta here. Thx for the laughs.

  21. 71
    Tamsin Says:

    @justsayin:

    Classic behavior from a loon, insulting JA out of insecurity and peer pressure. So desperate for acceptance, you silly sheep.

  22. 72
    cute Says:

    mommy and daddy time.

  23. 73
    young at heart Says:

    I don’ t read the troll’s messages. I just thumb them down.

  24. 74
    Tamsin Says:

    @RachelSun:

    Of course they are, the pretend to be selfless and philanthropists when truth is they’re pulling all these PR stunts and involving their kids in them because they love the spotlight.

  25. 75
    mission for troll(s) Says:

    Alert- Carey Mulligan betrayed Shia La Bouf (sp?)- she left him and is now marrying another guy. Shia has been betrayed, worse than granny manny!! Egads- I can’t believe she didn’t stay with him forever!! You must go defend Shia- it’s an emergency- he was betrayed!

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