Thursday, February 26, 2009

Monday, February 23, 2009

mezzanine

Brief list of upcoming films sure to cure your wintertime lethargy.



#1...Woody Allen's New Film
"Whatever Works"
Starring Larry David(!) Evan Rachel Wood

I did not write the following-
"Described as a "May-December romance". In the interview with the Sentinel, Allen tells Dudek that the film will be a comedy, but, "a slightly different one for me. It's a blackish comedy." -- and if there is one guy who has earned the right to be a little bitter about romance, it's Allen.

When it comes to David, it should come as no surprise that Allen is thrilled with his choice of leading man; the two seem perfect for each other. Allen tells the Sentinel, "He's got a great thing of his own. He's got a great, what would you call it, sarcastic, sour or vitriolic, wonderful, wonderful, no nonsense sense of humor." But don't feel bad for co-star Evan Rachel Wood; Allen saved a little of the praise for his latest ingénue, saying he was "stunned at how great" Wood was, despite her only being 20. So feel free to fill in your own joke about Allen and young girls here, because after 16 years of Soon-Yee jokes, I have officially run out of material."

Slated for release in 2009.

(cinematical)

#2...X-Men Origins: Wolverine




need i say more? yes- "yum"

#3...Sherlock Holmes
Directed by Guy Ritchie
Starring Rob DJ, Jude Law, Rachel McAdams





#4...Terminator Salvation




#5...Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince




#6...Twilight "Eclipse"




----Post Oscar's Montage of Upcoming Films (For the Kids)-----


Friday, February 20, 2009

If you watch nothing else today...watch this.

Attn All Artists (Aspiring or otherwise) you should hear this. :)



Elizabeth Gilbert muses on the impossible things we expect from artists and geniuses -- and shares the radical idea that, instead of the rare person "being" a genius, all of us "have" a genius. It's a funny, personal and surprisingly moving talk.

The author of Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert has thought long and hard about some large topics. Her next fascination: genius, and how we ruin it.
~ted.com

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

A Good Day to be Alive

Isn't enough to be grateful for what you've been given
You've got to be driven to take what you have and make it a life worth living
You could have nothing to say but so long as you could listen
If you Could Be taken away
A Very Merry Un-birthday
Another day is rising
There's no reason to try to hide
Kindly direct your eyes toward to the horizon
It's a good day to be alive, it's a good day to be alive,
It's a good day to be alive
Another day is rising
There's no reason to try to hide
Kindly direct your eyes toward to the horizon
It's a good day to be alive, it's a good day to be alive,
It's a good day to be alive

by The Ben Taylor Band

Monday, February 16, 2009

Friday, February 13, 2009

Never pass up a chat with a stranger.

The Acer Aspire One Site.
WIKI



Price: Less than $500.00
Specs: 1GB RAM, 160 GB etc

Want one? Me too. :)

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Discover: LadyHawke






buen provecho amigos!

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Thinking of Starting a Garden?

Because you really should. :)

There is a new project in the Ozarks called "The 1000 Gardens Project". The goal is to have 1000 gardens in and around the Ozarks by Earth Day 2009.
More info below.

"The 1000 Gardens Project represents a vital contribution to our local Food Security and provides the means for a healthier community and an enlivened sense of well-being. Growing our own food is one of the first steps toward a Sustainable Ozarks. We hope to install 1000 new gardens in Springfield/Greene County by Earth Day 2009!



Missouri was once a diverse and abundant garden. Now we import our food from all over the World. Imagine fruit and nut trees lining our streets and gardens flourishing throughout our communities. The results of our efforts?

* Local Food Security
* Strengthening our Social and Personal relationships.
* Teaching our children to be stewards evolving naturally with the Earth

More Info @ Wellfedneighbor.org