Archive for January, 2011

Actor Anger

Here’s a blurb from the latest Girls Will Be Girls 2 blog.

Meanwhile we’re casting. Ron Mathews declined to come back as Stevie for reasons that he will take to his grave but which probably have something to do with the teeny, tiny penis we gave him in post production on the first film without asking him. It turns out you aren’t allowed to do that, who knew? SAG, by the way, is the answer to that one. We ended up working out a compromise and later I even got Ron a job on “Arrested Development,” but he’s still sore about something. If you see him, ask him. I’m not really curious, I just like the idea of people hounding him about it from now on.

Sounds like one person wasn’t happy about the original film. It’s a movie! If you are that concerned over an on-screen gag you didn’t know about, then you come off as kind of a douche-nozzle to the rest of the public.

I can’t wait for this sequel!


Here’s a wild action film from Bollywood. Trippy!

Nutty Is As Nutty Does

Here is a collection of comments from Michele Bachmann. I thought Palin was unhinged. Shes a genius compared to this idiot. Enjoy!

The Ultimate Collection Of Bad Michele Bachmann Quotes

Shake It

Gay? Considering Adopting? Watch This First!


I love this video. The movement of water has always fascinated me. Here you watch a flooded river destroying the road it goes under.

The Last Page

Now we see who the murderer is…

Avenue Clue Part 3

AA Crabs?

Here’s a sneak peak at the Mermaid attraction during construction.

Portugal Winning the Drug War

Time for some reading in the New Year. Here’s a part of an article on how Portugal is winning the “Drug War” by decriminalizing possession of them.

Click HERE for the full article.

Portugal no longer views drug users through the prism of the criminal justice system. Though production, trafficking and sales of drugs remain illegal, authorities now refer people they find in simple possession of illicit substances to a panel that consists of a psychologist, social worker and legal advisor—no law enforcement personnel are present. By classifying drug addiction as a medical problem, the Portuguese have lessened the stigma and legal obstacles that addicts may otherwise encounter in seeking treatment. “The main focus of their policy change,” Stevens says, “is to emphasize social solidarity between drug users and the rest of society, so that people are not cast out just because they’re drug users.”

Could America wake up in 2011 and make a proven change for the better? Only time will tell.

Future Imperfect

Here’s a comparison of the ending of Back to the Future 1 and the opening of Back to the Future 2. I have to say MJF looks better as he got older.