Sunday, February 25, 2007
Saturday, February 24, 2007
THis guy is a riot!
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For all the criticism, Seidlin has come under for his off-the-cuff style. His wife said it's a character trait that has served him well as a judge and a human being.
"One day you'll see him walking down the street with a judge," she said, "and another day you'll see him walking down the street with a guy with a bird on his shoulder."
Thursday, February 22, 2007
You can see images from the current film I have been working on along with some taken behind the scenes.
Sunday, February 11, 2007
Saturday, February 10, 2007
Two uniquely and thought long extinct shark species have been captured off the coast of Japan within the last three weeks.
I'm wondering if that second shark, the more lithe, graceful one, compared with the sea serpent variety found earlier didn't die because some chef wanted to taste it. The video does show a fin being presented. (gulp)
Thursday, February 08, 2007
Am I disturbing you?
Have you ever been in a restaurant or some other public place and been disturbed by someone? Well, watch this, and you'll never feel disturbed again!! Haha.
My favorite is the plates.
This is hilarious. Classic Monty Python.
Tuesday, February 06, 2007
Apologies to all visitors who search back to old posts. The images are not displaying. This is because earlier I used Flikr as an image hosting service for my photos. That was a mistake. They delete images after a certain time, and after you exceed a certain amount.
This is a new policy after they were joined with Yahoo. As time permits, I'll be adding the images back in (of course I have the originals), until they are all displaying correctly.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Saturday, February 03, 2007
Demons Out! Good Fortune In!
It's Setsubun here in Japan, and most families will practice the custom of driving out bad luck and welcoming good fortune by throwing roasted soy beans out their door or at someone in the household, usually Papa, who is dressed up as a demon.
As the family members throw the beans, they will shout, "Oni wa soto! Fuku wa uchi!", which means, demons out, good fortune in. Also, it's not uncommon for the family members to pick up the amount of beans equal to their year and eat them.
Boy, am I full! ;)