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May 3rd, 2012






Courtesy of angelwings4191

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwnCUUNfcgE&feature=related

(my apologies for the ad. came with the video)

March 1st, 2012

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January 27th, 2009

Star Wars: Retold

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The following was posted on Facebook by Steven Archer of Ego Likeness
http://www.egolikeness.com/

Star Wars: Retold (by someone who hasn't seen it) from Joe Nicolosi on Vimeo.

Star Wars: Retold
January 12 2009 09:06 PM

My friend Amanda had never seen a whole Star Wars film. When I asked her if she would watch the original trilogy with me she said that she would, but that she already knows what happens. So I took out my voice recorder and asked her to start from the top.

I then created some very basic animation in Final Cut to go along with her narration.

The end product is what you see below:




http://fishrockit.com/
The top 10 Super Bowl ads of all time
McDonald's, Coke, Apple ... and the people’s vote for a flatulent horse

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28780693/?GT1=43001

2. Budweiser — “Respect” (2002)
The Budweiser Clydesdales, easily the most recognizable icon in Super Bowl ads, walk across a snowy field and the Brooklyn Bridge before taking one knee in front of the New York skyline where the World Trade Center towers used to be. Budweiser followed this theme three years later with its “Heroes” ad, featuring people at an airport applauding returning soldiers.

File under: Sentimentality.

Economic stimulus: Don’t be so cynical. It’s not always about the money.


January 21st, 2009

Writer's Block: Honey Bear

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Happy birthday, A. A. Milne! Not coincidentally, it's also Winnie the Pooh Day. Which resident of Pooh Corner do you identify with the most?


I don't as the Winnie-the-Pooh stories weren't a part of my childhood.

January 2nd, 2009

Many people believe that what you do on New Year's Day sets the tone for your entire year. How did you spend the first day of 2009? Do you think it will influence the rest of the year?


* Left the M&M Spa New Year's Eve party shortly after midnight without bidding a goodnight to any of my friends or thanking my hosts. Used the rationalization of not wanting to break into any conversations. Self-esteem issues. Yeah, it's me. Go figure!
* Came home, let Whisky out for a relief break and went to bed. Don't remember if I logged onto Facebook or not before lights out.
* Got up 7:30 AM (6 hrs sleep!), did the old finger stick (slightly elevated), 'walked' and fed the dog, fed myself, watched TV until 9 AM, then went back to bed (thank the ghods for happy, sleepy dogs!).
* Woke up before noon, got dressed, let the dog out, then put his seatbelt harness on so we could go get something scrumptious for LeeLee to eat!
* It was colder than I don't know what but Whisky had a grand old time with his head hanging out the windows, scenting the air and loving the breeze.
* Chicken soup, sub and salad from Quizno's, then home again where I parked on the street.
* Received text message that Brian and Sheila were on their way back to Laurel.

* There's more but it's just the same as yesterday or tomorrow. The difference is no TV with Brian and Sheila being home.

* I hope to G-d not because I can't imagine not working for another year...

December 3rd, 2008

Jack Black as Jesus Christ

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http://www.breitbart.tv/html/233083.html

‘Prop 8: The Musical’: All-Star Hollywood Cast Makes Video Mocking Gay Marriage Opponents



Playbill News: Conceived and written by Hairspray Tony winner Marc Shaiman, the three-minute video was directed and staged by Adam Shankman, who helmed the "Hairspray" movie musical. The video also boasts an array of theatre and stage stars: The "California Gays and The People That Love Them" are played by Jordan Ballard, Margaret Cho, Barrett Foa, J.B. Ghuman, John Hill, Andy Richter, Maya Rudolph, Rashad Naylor and Nicole Parker.

http://www.playbill.com/news/article/123896.html

Cho, Foa, Reilly, Janney, Harris and More Featured in Shaiman's Prop 8—The Musical Video

By Andrew Gans
December 3, 2008

Prop 8—The Musical, a new music video satirizing Prop 8 — the California ballot proposition that amended the state Constitution to restrict the definition of marriage to a union between a man and a woman — is now available for on-line viewing.

Conceived and written by Hairspray Tony winner Marc Shaiman, the three-minute video was directed and staged by Adam Shankman, who helmed the "Hairspray" movie musical.

The video also boasts an array of theatre and stage stars: The "California Gays and The People That Love Them" are played by Jordan Ballard, Margaret Cho, Barrett Foa, J.B. Ghuman, John Hill, Andy Richter, Maya Rudolph, Rashad Naylor and Nicole Parker.

The "Proposition 8'ers and The People That Follow Them" include John C. Reilly as Prop 8 Leader; Allison Janney as Prop 8 Leader's #1 Wife; Kathy Najimy as Prop 8 Leader's #2 Wife; Jenifer Lewis as Riffing Prop 8'er; Craig Robinson as A Preacher; and Rashida Jones, Lake Bell and Sarah Chalke as Scary Catholic School Girls From Hell.

Jack Black plays Jesus Christ and Neil Patrick Harris is a Very Smart Fellow with Katharine "Kooks" Leonard, Seth Morris, Denise "Esi!" Piane, Lucian Piane, Richard Read, Seth Redford, Quinton Strack and Tate Taylor as The Frightened Villagers.

Shankman, Shaiman (who is featured on piano) and Mike Farah produced the video, which was edited by Bradly Schulz and Drew Antzis.

November 26th, 2008

http://io9.com/5098791/science-fictions-most-dysfunctional-families?skyline=true&s=x#c

The Cylons (Battlestar Galactica): The Significant Seven models of Cylon are a big, dysfunctional family in their own right, albeit one that pulls out the heavy artillery when a disagreement over the family pets goes to far. But it’s within the individual model lines that the dynamics get particularly screwy. When everyone shares the same face and the same programming, personal identities and relationships tend to get blurred. At least one of the Sharons wants to be Sharon Agathon so badly that she sampled her fellow Eight’s memories and put the moves on her husband. And then there’s this scene:



(damn, I love Battlestar!)

November 19th, 2008

From: Kelvington
Added: November 18, 2008

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2Zhoesi7cg


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