Davison launches “InventionLand,” not entirely dissimilar from Neverland – without Michael Jackson. The idea is simple, though the results sound very positive. Davison created InventionLand to host inventors in a creative environment where their minds can open up to possibilities as they did when we were children. The images and movies of the place are… Continue reading George Davison’s Invention Land
Weird Al’s new video, “White & Nerdy” is completely hilarious. Spazzmanda brought it to my attention here at work, where it’s all too appropriate. YouTube has a copy to view (as of the moment of this posting).
Cat insanity! YouTube brings us one of the funnier cat-antics compilations around. Enjoy.
I took a morning stroll through man’s disturbing past and read some articles about Ed Gein recently. If you’re planning on reading through this man’s history, you should probably do so a little later in the day. Gein is the man who inspired such characters as Buffalo Bill (Silence of the Lambs), Texas Chainsaw Massacre,… Continue reading Ed Gein
Amy and I were discussing today whether fear is an emotion or a mental state. She believes that it is a mental state, which suprised me. I had rather thought she would support the emotional bit. I feel that it’s an emotion, and a basic one at that. The thought came back to me just… Continue reading Don’t Fear the Reaper
Having never attended college officially, I cannot speak to the readiness of our college graduates. I can say however, that nothing but life itself can prepare you for the world.
I was such a fan of the 80’s movies surrounding Irwin Fletch’s life in investigative journalism. Zach Braff (apparently positioning himself to leave the cast of Scrubs, another favorite) is setup to play the part of Fletch in a remake that Braff has reenergized after some 5-years of the project’s faultering. It seems that many… Continue reading Fletch Lives
We watched Talladega Nights Sunday evening and were pleased, at least, that we chose to pay the reduced matinee price. Maybe I’ve outgrown the comedic pratfall and slapstick routines of Larry, Moe, and Curly, but I’d like to think that Talladega Nights just wasn’t that funny. My wife and I decided that it was probably… Continue reading Talladega Nights
M. Night Shyamalan has created yet another masterpiece to add to his considerable titles so far. I know I’ve heard some poor reviews on the film, but I’m hear to tell you that M. Night fans will not be dissappointed. My wife and I decided he creates films that appeal to his artistic vision first… Continue reading Lady in the Water
We took Balthazar to see “Monster House” this past weekend. He really enjoys watching movies, so when there’s something appropriate on for his attention span, we love to take him. This time was a little different. He’s been watching the previews on TV and specifically requested “Monster House.” We were so impressed that he made… Continue reading Monster House, A Review