Wednesday, June 30, 2010

So Makeup is really to do what now?

In the above photo, which one is male and which one is female?

Got-ya! They are the same person!

You Are Not SO Smart gives us a lesson on the truth about makeup.

The Misconception: Makeup serves no deeper purpose than to enhance culturally-defined concepts of beauty.

The Truth: Makeup has a deeper value; it enhances the contrast of the human face, allowing for faster recognition of gender.

Read the full article, it's rather interesting.

40th Anniversary of Toni Morrison's first novel The Bluest Eye

"And fantasy it was, for we were not strong, only aggressive; we were not free, merely licensed; we were not compassionate, we were polite; not good, but well behaved. We courted death in order to call ourselves brave, and hid like thieves from life. We substituted good grammar for intellect; we switched habits to simulate maturity; we rearranged lies and called it truth, seeing in the new pattern of an old idea the Revelation and the Word."

This is a passage from The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison (page 163).

This paragraph is like a poem to me... it's lyrical and poignant. I love those words so much.

And the book... well it's just one of the most brilliant novels I've ever read.

By the way, this year marks the 40th anniversary of Toni Morrison's first novel, The Bluest Eye.

Bonus: You can watch this lecture at Yale University discussing the novel.

Remember Dean Thomas from Harry Potter?

Dean Thomas done grown up...

and he's a cutie (just look at those dimples).

But seriously his real name is Alfred "Alfie" Enoch.

Source [Emmie Lovegood]

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Make It Sew


Spread Your Wings

This is one of my favorite songs to sing aloud. Granted I'm a horrible singer (this is a fact), but what I lack in talent I make up with volume.

I found Queen's News of the World vinyl record in our basement when I was 14 or 15 years old and remember playing it over and over again. This is one of favorites because I was like, "When I get older, I'm getting out of this stupid house and live the life I'm suppose to live!" Ah, I was so idealistic, I had so many hopes and dreams then. I knew my small life in North Philly was not for me... anyway, I felt like Sammy and knew one day I would just spread my wings and fly away.

Sadly, that never happened. But I'm at peace with that.

I didn't know they had a music video for this!

Bonus: My Melancholy Blues - Another favorite of mine.

Tupac made it into the Library of Congress

The Library of Congress (LOC) named 25 new entries to the National Recording Registry.

In case you didn't know the National Recording Registry is a list of sound recordings that "are culturally, historically, or aesthetically important, and/or inform or reflect life in the United States." Basically this is stuff that United States will keep forever in pristine condition for future generations (or when the aliens invade and want to learn about our culture).

The most interesting entry this year (to me) was Tupac Shakur's (2Pac) 1995 hit rap song "Dear Mama". According to the LOC press release:
In this moving and eloquent homage to both his own mother and all mothers struggling to maintain a family in the face of addiction, poverty and societal indifference, Tupac Shakur unflinchingly forgives his mother who, despite a cocaine habit, "never kept a secret, always stayed real." The song displays further evidence of hip hop as a musically sophisticated and varied genre that can artfully encompass a wide variety of themes and musical influences.
Watch the video below:

This made me wonder if any other rap songs made it into the registry. Well I did a quick look and found the following:
So now we officially have three rap entries which will live forever in the halls of the Library of Congress.

Pretty cool stuff since just a couple years ago people didn't consider rap music, "music".

Monday, June 28, 2010

Harry Potter Fever


After watching the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows trailer I think I'm coming down with Harry Potter fever again.

The first time I caught it was in 2007 when JK Rowlings released the final book. It was around May and there was a lot of hoopla about the ending of the series, and being the curious person I am, I figured it was time to see what this Harry Potter and wizards were all about. Needless to say I was enthralled (over 30 HP related posts on my blog).

I was afflicted again about a year ago... which left me with a nervous tick that requires me to obsessively read Harry Potter fanfiction.

You see, the illness, comes suddenly but don't worry for some reason it is NOT contagious. But the fever will cause you to to re-read all the Harry Potter books.

Anyway, I think I got it. But luckily I think my immune system has built up a tolerance because I don't want to read all the books again, just the last four.

Watch the trailer:


I think they forgot to add the bacon... you can't make these ridiculously fattening delicious sandwiches WITHOUT bacon. Geez, I thought everyone knew that.

But look, I'm not judging you, eat it if you want. It's called the Grilled Cheese BurgerMelt and is available at Friendly's.

Source [TDW]

Kubrick vs Scorsese

Leandro Copperfield created this awesome mash up of directors Stanley Kubrick and Martin Scorsese. He writes: 25 days, 34 films, and 1 tribute.

If you are a film lover I'm sure you will enjoy this, certainly worth a viewing:

Proper Literature vs Science Fiction

Source [Awesome]

Sunday, June 27, 2010

My Thoughts - True Blood Season 3 Episode 3


WARNING: Spoilers will be revealed. Please ONLY read if you've watched this episode. Seriously.

Here are my quick thoughts as I watched the show. I don't feel the need to do a "review" because I'm pretty sure you can find that anywhere on the internet. Here's what was rolling around my mind as I watched:

  • We start off right where episode 2 left off; Sookie just shot the gun and Eric with his vampire speed decides to take the bullet. I wonder how many times Sookie will get Eric shot during the course of the series, I know she was the direct cause for many of his near death loss of blood situations in the book. Anyway, what I found troubling is the fact that Eric allowed the were to get the "drop" on him by believing the were when he said "I can't talk" which allowed him to bite Eric???
  • Wow! So our first look at Eric being a "real" vampire in reference to him killing the were. Okay, it's not our first time, remember in season 2 when Lafayette was chained in the basement of Fangtasia with other prisoners? Then one of the guys throw a silver chain in Eric's face? Well Eric killed him hard (pulled his arms off)... actually you will most likely remember this as the "Is there blood in my hair?" scene.
  • Well Lorena took being burned really well, don't you think?
  • OMG! Tara having crazy vampire sex with Franklin! Those eye lashes were just 'a fluttering. Ummm... vampire sex... now that would be an experience. Actually, I don't think I could handle vampire sex. I'm too much of a scaredy cat, I would constantly think, "he can kill me at any minute by simply snapping me in two"... nope, I have to pass on the vampire sex. Wait! On second thought, I would get over my fear if it was Eric Northman... yup, I'm pretty sure I could get over it.
  • Sam's dad is gross.
  • Was it just me or did Jason look extra cute this episode?
  • OMG! Pam having sex! You know, I think Eric and Pam will end up killing the new dancer with all this sex. That chick won't make it to season 4, no way.
  • Could Sookie make a more dramatic entrance when Tara asked who paid for Egg's funeral? Was she just hiding in the bushes waiting to appear?
  • Bill's flashback - What was that thing on the porch? A sponge and water? Any historians out there know what that was and could you kindly tell me? And any ideas why Lorena stopped Bill from killing his wife? Is it a vampire taboo to kill a relative?
  • Alcide! Well now... he's just a tall drink of water ain't he?
  • "I quit!" stated by Bud. That was hilarious how he quit the police force... dude was sooo fed up.
  • I'm not a Bill fan (I just don't think he's that attractive, not to mention what went down in the books) but I will admit he looked pretty good in that white jacket when he pledged allegiance to Russell.
  • The exchange between Eric and Lafayette was interesting... and I would like to see more of those.
  • I like how Franklin explained how he was able to come into Bill's house (for those wondering how he was able to break in and snoop around last episode).
  • One bad dream and now Jason isn't going to be a cop? Wait, did I really expect him to follow through with that?
  • Did Sam really NOT see that coming (his family stealing or screwing him over)?
  • The Were Bar! I totally remember that from the books!
  • Last but not least - Bill and Lorean's sex scene! After I closed my mouth and my shock wore off (I've never seen anything like that before) and had a couple minutes to think about it I've come up with this relational. Bill doesn't like Lorena. Bill doesn't want to have sex with Lorena, so much so he says, "I will NOT have sex with you" but he DOES have sex with her. That could only mean he wasn't in control of himself (was she forcing him to do it or some other factor?). And since he was having sex with her against his will he couldn't bare to look at her while having sex so he twisted her head around so he didn't have to look at her. Yup, that's the only logical conclusion I could come up with. What do you think?
Oh no! We have to wait two weeks before the next episode... stupid July 4th.

To fill the void I created a new True Blood photo album and will troll the internet and fill it up with any and everything True Blood related. Or check out my Alexander Skarsgard photo album.

In conclusion, it was an okay episode (not as good as 1 or 2)... your thoughts?

Jon Gnarr is Reykjavík's mayor and he's hilarious


I recommend you read the New York Times profile article about Jon Gnarr, Reykjavík, Iceland's new mayor. Here are some highlights:
  • Campaigning he promised a polar bear display for the zoo, free towels at the public swimming pools, a drug-free Parliament by 2020 and he would build a Disneyland at the airport to kindergartners
  • In his acceptance speech she said, "No one has to be afraid of the Best Party because it is the best party. If it wasn’t, it would be called the Worst Party or the Bad Party. We would never work with a party like that."
  • Needing a coalition partner he ruled out any party whose members had not seen ALL five seasons of The Wire
  • Best party members include members of Iceland's punk rock scene
  • Since global warming is causing polar bears to swim to Iceland and resulted in them being shot he proposed to capture them and put them in the zoo
And there is more... just read it.

Apparently glasses are the ultimate image changer


I mused about whether I should change to contacts and give my glasses a rest (I kept the glasses because I'm too lazy to fiddle about in the morning with contact lenses) a couple months back. But Flowing Data had some interesting images which show you can easily change your image with a simple pair of glasses.

Reading Big Books verses Little Books

Variations on Reading - interesting post.

Sadly I find myself "skim reading" most things these days (long and short books... who am I kidding, fanfiction, I mean fanfiction), unless a passage, peaks my interest... and then I might even read it aloud.

Good Ideas

Single-serve wine in a plastic glass!

Source [Dr. Vino]

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Vintage Wall Clock

I want this vintage school wall clock. Unfortunately I don't have the spare money for this purchase. It would look very nice in my kitchen.

If you have the money ($65.00) you can get it at AMradio etsy shop.

Interesting Foreign Commercials


Huh? Funny though.

Source [AdFreak]



One day I'm going to try absinthe, even though I'm very scare to do so. In my mind it's on the level of crack or something... well maybe not crack but you know what I mean... a drug! Wait, that didn't come out right, I don't ever want to try crack. Ugh.

Anyway, I like the man's leer in this poster, I can imagine him thinking, "just one more sip my lady... just one more sip {evil laugh}."

Source [FYeah Victorians]

Obama and Medvedev


They look like homies.

Source [White House flickr]

Beware Pickpockets and Loose Women

You must always be on guard!

Source [alysian-fields]

Friday, June 25, 2010

ONTD had a book related post!

15 Books to Read Before They're Adapted For the Screen

Please tell me I don't have to explain what ONTD stands for? I mean, if you like celebrity news, then you gotta subscribe, seriously. But be warned, they post so much stuff it's hard to keep up!

But then...

I saw this on HuffPo asking, "Are Literary Book to Film Adaptations In Decline?"

Me... confused.

For True Blood Pam lovers


5 Reason Why Pam is the HBIC of True Blood

But Smoking Makes Me Happy

I love self-help book titles.

Source [Awful Library Books]

Blog of the Day - That is Racist

"The World Cup is racist."

That is Racist

This blog cracks me up all the time. The about me section states, "Oh you didn't know that was racist? That's because you're a racist. And disagreeing that it is racist is also racist. In fact, any disagreement you may have over whether something is or is not racist is racist."

Okay some of things they point out are are indeed racist but most are just funny because they are looking and FINDING racism in everything!

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Knock Off Fragrances


Was in the CVS and saw this little display (photo above)... "If you like [popular fragrance]..."

I forgot they still make "knock off" frangrances, they were very popular when I was in middle school back in the 90's.

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Love can be so insecure, so please be sure

This is one of my favorite, "woe is me" songs; a song I will keep on repeat while I'm down in the dumps. I wish I knew how to play the piano so I could be all dramatic and play this song...

The words are so true and love can be insecure and we all need reassurance some times. Doubt in a relationship can be a horrible, horrible thing... and well this song, just expresses it all...

The lyrics...

Make Sure You're Sure
Stevie Wonder

Well the night is young
And the stars are out
And your eyes are all aglow
And you say you feel
Ways you've never felt
But are you sure, make sure you're sure

Well, the wine is sweet
And the music sways
And your lips are so divine
And you say you know
That you're falling in love
Now, let's be mature, make sure you're sure

I'm not accustomed to wearing my feelings
In a place that's so obvious to see
But if eyes don't lie
There's a chance that you are not fooling yourself
And me

Well the night is through
And the sun's come out
And so too has your lovely smile
And you vow to stay
In these arms always
Can you endure, now are you sure

Love can be so insecure
So please be sure

Bonus: Watch Dianne Reeves sing the song... it's like whoa!

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Blog of the Day - Halfway Cinema


Halfway Cinema

This person posts a screen capture of movies at their half way point. Yup... a photo of what is exactly on the screen at the mid-point of various films...that's it.

Interesting Music Video

Well I think it's a music video. SOVNGER by Paul Bryan:

Source [The Arab Aquarius]

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Never Forget: Living Single


Source [notexactly]

Girl Athletes

I wonder who won the race, my money is on the girl on the far left.

July 29, 1922. Newark, New Jersey. "Girl athletes to sail on Aquitania. Stine, Sabie, Gilliland, Batson, Snow." Contestants bound for Paris, France, and the first international track meet for women. Bain News Service
Source [Shorpy]

Cute McDonalds Ad


Of course this ad is only airing in France because we silly Americans aren't ready for this yet.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Riding with despair prohibited


Sometimes I think we need these signs on SEPTA (Philly mass transit).

Source [nevver]

Blog of the Day - Shit My Kids Ruined


Shit My Kids Ruined

According to the website, "The strongest visual birth control on the market today".

Simply hilarious.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

My Thoughts - True Blood Season 3 Episode 2

WARNING: Spoilers will be revealed. Please ONLY read if you've watched this episode. Seriously.

Here are my quick thoughts as I watched the show. I don't feel the need to do a "review" because I'm pretty sure you can find that anywhere on the internet. Here's what was rolling around my mind as I watched:
  • So we start off with Bill killing werewolves and I will admit I was not a fan of the weres in the books (seriously, I could not stand them) but the idea of them constantly switching to human form naked is very nice. I think this season will out-do itself on showing naked people.
  • I loved when Eric told Sookie not to cry because it makes him feel human.
  • Eric fought for the SS!? And a Godric appearance! I am very happy season two wasn't the end of Godric, er, rather, we get to see him some more. Well, you know what I mean.
  • Pam is just... Pam. Loves her!
  • Some hilarious moments between Sookie and Jason. 1. - Jason wanting to know if Santa is real and 2. - Sookie doing an impersonation of Bill saying "Sookeh".
  • We meet Lafayette's mom! Okay is it wrong to laugh at the racist and inappropriate things mentally ill people say, for instance when Lafayette's mom said, "he's Mexican and hasn't raped me yet" made me laugh very hard.
  • Umm, I don't know what to make of Sam's parents yet, but his brother annoys me.
  • The King of Mississippi and his boyfriend are very interesting. They are so over the top and I love it!
  • Eric moment - In the flashback sceen, after Eric gives the were his blood and she jumps on top of him and Godric kills her, the look on Eric's face while he's laying on the ground is so human and vulnerable. Actually Eric seems to becoming more human as the series develops... a very good character arc (just like the books).
  • And so Bill's background is slowly revealed (re: "mystery" person looking through his paperwork). Those who read the books know what I'm talking about and I can't wait to see how Sookie will deal with them. A question for the book readers - please remind me, which book did Eric make the "revelation" to Sookie in the hospital about our dear Bill?
  • Terry is a sweet heart and I loved his list - "I never killed nothing by accident."
  • I L-O-V-E the accent of the vampire who assisted Tara. Who is this character suppose to be again?
  • And we get our first visit to Hotshot! Geez, I hate that place... seriously.
In conclusion, I would like MORE scenes of Eric and Sookie talking, oh they were just lovely... just like the books. Yup, more Eric and Sookie please... pretty please.

So what did you think of this episode?

Sunday in Central Park


Today is my birthday.

I am spending it sitting in Central Park (NYC).

I am people watching, chatting with friends and reading.

It's a good day.

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Frank Sinatra's Welcome


The unknown photographer tempts fate as he reaches for the buzzer at the Bowmont Dr entrance of Frank Sinatra's home in the 1960's.

Source [If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger, There'd Be a Whole Lot of Dead Copycats]

Let's Listen to Flight of the Conchords for a while

Business Time

The Most Beautiful Girl in the Room

If You're Into It

Bret and Jemaine are so cute with their hair and adorable New Zealand accents...

Saturday, June 19, 2010

I am...

I Am is not only a film but a social experiment that took strangers in Philadelphia and asked them to finish this sentence. "I am ___." Through these responses, the film-maker was able to create a montage of answers and then delve deeper into a select few and allow them to explore their answers even further, creating not only written poems but a visual metaphor of these responses.
I Am by Steven Nicholas Smith

Source [The Arab Aquarius]

Kids on bikes in Philadelphia

Great shot.

Source [dothezonk flickr]

Friday, June 18, 2010

Book Trailer - Android Karenina


Umm, I never read the original, so I'm not sure how I feel about the mash up. To be honest, this book trailer isn't doing a great job of selling it to me.

Blog of the Day - Dapper Fellows


Dapper Fellows

This blog is dedicated to smartly dressed men and men's fashion.


This photo intrigues me...

I found this photo in the Philadelphia, PA flickr pool. I like it... maybe it's the No Stopping sign, maybe it's the woman lighting a cigarette, maybe I'm intrigued by her make-up.

Source [Alan Barr Flickr]

Thursday, June 17, 2010

From the pages of my journal


i am in such a weird mood.

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Short Film: Momentos


Short film (7 minutes) by Nuno Rocha about a homeless man who ... well just watch. It's quite a nice film.

Source [Et Cetera: Publick and Privat Curiosities]

Major Parenting Fail

Meet the baby hooked on 40 cigarettes a day.

Literary Hook-Ups?

Going through my Google Reader I saw this article, 5 Literary Hook-Ups I'd Like to See. This is the oddest "literary article" I’ve ever read.

Who thinks about authors “hooking up”? That has never crossed my mind in the many years of reading and being the fan of numerous authors… I don’t think of authors as sexual or “sexy”… their stories or characters yes, but the authors themselves, uh, no. But then again, maybe it’s just me???

Okay, okay, I know the author is just making the bigger point of combining different writing styles but that title was wholly misleading.

The Dewey Decimal Rap

After a while this started to grow on me.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

1943 Policeman


1943 - New York. Policeman no. 19687 by Gordon Parks

Source [flickr]

Testing blogging from my phone


installed a new app on my android... testing it out... this post will be deleted... please ignore.

that's a photo of the Nook and Kindle.

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Update 3:57 PM: Okay, I won't delete this post. If you are interested in mobile blogging, the app I used to make this post is Blogger-droid. It's a VERY simple app. It only allows you to create a new blog post with or without a photo. You can't edit posts, delete posts, tag posts or do anything else... seriously, it's extremely simple.

Happy Captain Picard Day!

Oh, you don't know about Captain Picard Day? Shame on you! Just kidding... no one knows really.

Anyway, to celebrate the day you can:

  1. Watch The Picard Video
  2. View photos of Captain Picard on flickr
  3. Read 101 Reasons why Captain Picard is BETTER than Captain Kirk

Did I mention I actually met (very quickly) Captain Picard Sir Patrick Stewart at the Philly Comic Con Sunday? Well I did... and it was wonderful.

Source [Geeks are Sexy]

My Favorite SNL Digital Shorts

Unreality listed their Top 10 Digital Shorts of All Time and well, I will post mine too.

Lazy Sunday

Like a Boss

Dick in a Box

Andy's Dad

Iran So Far

I'm on a Boat

I am not my penis

Norwegian filmmaker Stian Hafstad created this funny short film (9 minutes) called Liten Penis. It is the story of Daniel who has insecurities about his small penis but finds relief in a support group. A charming funny film with sub titles.

Source [Et Cetera: Publick and Privat Curiosities]

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

The fabulous Nichelle Nichols

Source [bombhappy]

Sometimes I don’t believe Iceland exists

Sometimes I don’t believe Iceland exists… and why is break dancing so popular there?

Source [The Arab Aquarius]

I don't like sushi but


This made me laugh.

Source [The Daily What]

Monday, June 14, 2010

Charlotte Corday

Charlotte Corday (1860) by Jacques-Louis David

Marie-Anne Charlotte de Corday d'Armont (27 July 1768 – 17 July 1793), known to history as Charlotte Corday, was a figure of the French Revolution. In 1793, she was executed under the guillotine for the assassination of Jacobin leader Jean-Paul Marat, who was partly responsible for the Reign of Terror. His murder was memorialized in a celebrated painting by Jacques-Louis David which shows Marat after Corday had stabbed him to death in his bathtub (above).

How Twitter Works

So you still aren't on twitter? Confused? Don't understand why people care about what you had for breakfast, that you hate Steven Seagal or you wish 5pm would come sooner?

Well here's an explanation of twitter in plain English.

Abandoned Detroit Public School Book Depository

The wreckage of the abandoned Detroit Public School Book Depository, which has become a favorite of photographers into ruin-chic. The building, also known as the Roosevelt Warehouse, originally served as a post office, and stands at Fourteenth Street near Michigan Avenue. In 1987, a fire broke out on the third floor, and the school system decided to simply abandon the space. Years later, the Detroit Free Press caused a stir when it reported that thousands of textbooks and other school supplies in fine condition were still sitting in the building, gone to waste. These days, the warehouse serves as a makeshift shelter for some of the city’s many homeless. Last year, the Detroit News reported the discovery of a body frozen in a block of ice in the basement.

Source [The New Yorker]

Sunday, June 13, 2010

My Thoughts - True Blood Season 3 Episode 1

WARNING: Spoilers will be revealed. Please ONLY read if you've watched this episode. Seriously.

Here are my quick thoughts as I watched the show. I don't feel the need to do a "review" because I'm pretty sure you can find that anywhere on the internet. Here's what was rolling around my mind as I watched:

  • They had a pre-show before the show and part of me feels like HBO is over doing it in the promotion of True Blood. Some of it is cute but most of it feels like over kill, the more I see it, I feel like it's making the show, umm, how do you say, corny. But HBO has apologized for the marketing (spoof).
  • They start with a season 2 overview, which I appreciated because I forgot some things. But I will say that overview made me remember how GLAD I was that Maryann is dead and how SAD I was that Godric died.
  • I forgot Jason killed Eggs but I'm sure he will get over it rather quickly. I mean the last two women he slept with were murdered... this type of thing is becoming very common for him.
  • Ah, police officer Kenya "filed" Sookie's missing person report! She was in the books... I can't remember if she appeared in season 2???
  • The social commentary mixed into the show is interesting. For instance when Arlene said to Tara "did he blame it on slavery" or when Bill's kidnappers said, "oh like rubbing on your nipples isn't gay" or the old lady Bill takes blood from (she didn't have a phone because she had to pay for oxygen). They are subtle but I get them.
  • I don't know why Jason's stupidity still surprises me. But damnit he's just so cute with his cluelessness.
  • MOST IMPORTANTLY - Our first Eric sighting and he's naked and having sex. Ummm, yes please!
  • I realize the only people who are Team Bill probably haven't read the books. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
  • ANGRY ERIC! That was kind of scary when Eric got angry and started to yell on the phone to the people he hired to get Bill. But then I kind of laughed because it was pretty funny he was talking on a bluetooth.
  • Bill & Sam - OMG! A slashy moment. This is why I effin' love this show! It's going places I never dreamed and the books never hinted. And why was he dreaming about that? I am very interested in where this is going...
  • Hoyt is undeniably the sweetest person. I hope he stays that way... but knowing Alan Ball, sweet Hoyt will eventually be corrupted.
  • Lafayette's outfit (the long basketball jersey and belt) was fab-u-lous! (and pretty funny)
  • OKAY - I am so done with the Tara storyline. For some reason she annoys me and her momma.
  • Vampire Politics! I liked how the Magister accused the Queen and Eric of selling V (which they ARE selling). The books dealt a lot with vampire politics (they did not sell V in the books) and I enjoyed those story lines so I'm interested to see where this will play out in the show. And why is the Queen so broke?
  • I love Terry!
  • Operation Werewolf!!!!
In conclusion, I am VERY excited about this season (minus the Tara issues).

So what did you think of this episode?

The greatest of all mistakes


It is the greatest of all mistakes to do nothing because you can only do little.
- Sydney Smith


Clair Huxtable


America's favorite mom, Clair Huxtable from The Cosby Show played by Phylicia Rashad is now a paper doll.

Check out other TV Moms Paper Dolls.

Source [Got a Girl Crush]

Philly Comic Con

Sir Patrick Stewart at the Philly Comic Con

I spent the day at Philadelphia Comic Con - my first! I have a lot to say about it but I'm truly knackered (using my British slang) and will have to try and write something up tomorrow.

But I have to at least share some of my experiences now!

First, I may actually be in love with Brent Spiner. Okay, love might be too strong, let's just say I want him for a friend... he's really a hilarious guy. Watch this video I filmed during the QA session. He talks twitter (follow him @BrentSpiner), advice for young actors and what more he could have done with the role of Data.

Second, you can check out all the photos I took at the event in my Picasa photo album.

Lastly, check out my buddies at Subspace Communique, where they highlight the convention (featuring my photos!). I would also recommend you check out their Convention Coverage tag; they have many photos and highlights from conventions all over the country.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

If you are a Star Trek TNG Fan

just click this link.

A photo of Alex

True Blood starts Sunday... are you ready?

Image Source [skarsgardnews]

Mr. Hudson

I don't know much about Mr. Hudson, but I like this photo.

Source [FYeah, British Men]

Black Woman


Source [tobia]

Friday, June 11, 2010

Blog of the Day - Jesus, Kirk and Vinny


Jesus, Kirk and Vinny

As the blog states, "Hi, I'm Vincent "Vinny" Van Gogh... artists, mad man, dead guy. I live with James T Kirk and Jesus in the City of Industry- where we pretty much just watch TV all day. This is my blog about it."

This is funny, trust me.
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