Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Schtick ‘Em Up!


We heard from Hollywood News that our favorite funny guy, Jerry Lewis, was arrested for having a gun in his carry-on luggage.

We would have thought he would be carrying a seltzer bottle... equally verboten by the TSA. Strange...

An article from WRAL quotes Jerry’s manager as saying that the gun was a stage prop that can’t actually fire.

I wonder if that means you can bring an empty seltzer bottle on board?

Monday, July 28, 2008

Snoop is Coming to Take Over Bollywood!


In the above photo, America’s most lovable pimp, Snoop Dogg (looking as if he just smoked a redwood-sized doobie), is in India with Indian actor Ashley Kumar. And what is Snoop doing in India?

According to the The New York Times, will make a guest appearance in the highly anticipated Bollywood movie, “Singh Is Kinng.”

This is one of many Hollywood joint (pun intended) ventures with Bollywood. Look out for other projects featuring Sylvester Stallone and others.

Of course, many of us remember the song from Dil Se, “Chaiyya Chaiyya,” that was used in Spike Lee’s blockbuster, “Inside Man.”

Sunday, July 27, 2008

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Summer Means Vacation For Someone...

I don’t know about you guys, but I work pretty hard… and so I come to really appreciate when I can not only have time off but have the resources to go somewhere fun and enjoy myself in a new and exciting environment.

Well, when I took a trip to the great city of New York City, it was the beginning of great experiences that have produced a lifetime of memories.

There are lots of great things to do in New York. Some people prefer guided tours… and New York certainly has an abundance of opportunities in that regard. You can get on a double-decker bus, take a horse-and-carriage ride, go by water taxi or even take an exciting helicopter ride.

Those things all contribute to an awesome experience, but I also enjoy the opportunity to, as the old folks would say, “hoof it.” If you have the stamina, take my lead and spend some time walking around wonderful New York.

My vacation included some time in Brooklyn… munching on Tony’s Pizza (perhaps the best pizza in the Western Hemisphere) and sampling the great hot dogs, pretzels, and kebabs by the multitude of street vendors. Yep… after all those calories, I had better keep walking!

Manhattan offers great excitement as well! I walked around Times Square, taking in the great sites and exciting attractions. I also had the opportunities to check out some of the great New York nightlife! All in all, it was a super experience!

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I am looking forward to taking a vacation in Chicago and will check out their things to do in Chicago and online travel guides. When visiting Florida, check out Kennedy Space Center tours.

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Obama’s Prayer Intercepted

We figure that any presidential candidate will be under media surveillance 24/7. That is a given. But certain things should be off-limits like, say... their prayer requests to the Supreme Being.

According to The Los Angeles Times, Barack Obama visited the Western Wall in Jerusalem and, according to tradition, wrote a prayer and slipped the paper into a crack in the wall. Well, that paper was removed and the prayer was published in an Israeli newspaper.

And what did the presumptive Democratic candidate say in his prayer?

“Lord—Protect my family and me. Forgive me my sins, and help me guard against pride and despair. Give me the wisdom to do what is right and just. And make me an instrument of your will.”

Some have taken offense at Obama wanting to be an instrument of God’s will. But, then again, didn’t our current president say some words to that effect?

Anyway, the fact that those words are reminiscent of the prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi makes them feel authentic to me.

Of course, to quote Dennis Miller, that’s just my opinion. I could be wrong.

Saturday, July 26, 2008

Jibbedy Jab

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Death, Spam, and Taxes...

We read in ZD Net that the man jailed for two years (with a huge IRS fine) after sending out spam escaped from prison, killed his wife and 3-year-old daughter, and then killed himself.

There are additional details and a video of this tragic story at CBS News (Denver).

Sad story...

Friday, July 25, 2008

Ich bin ein Jelly Doughnut?

R.I.P. Christopher Laurie


Christopher Laurie, son of Pastor Greg Laurie and Cathe Laurie of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California, died Thursday morning in a car accident. A resident of Huntington Beach, Laurie, 33, served as the art director at Harvest Christian Fellowship for the past three years.

In addition to his parents, Christopher is survived by his wife, Brittany, and daughter, Stella, as well as his brother Jonathan. Christopher and his wife are expecting another daughter in November.

Memorial plans for Christopher are pending.

America's Favorite Serial Killer

Dexter is coming back for another exciting season. Whether you have been a long-term Showtime fan, or if you caught the show during its experimental run on CBS, you are gonna like what Dexter Morgan has coming up this season!

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Dwacon for President

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

R.I.P. Estelle Getty

TV Squad informed us that one of the Golden Girls has exited the planet...

Golden Girls was a successful comedy that featured Getty along with Bea Arthur (star of the eponymous show “Maude” which spun off from All in the Family) and Betty White (a cast member of the Mary Tyler Moore show).

Her fans will miss her enormous talent.

Sunday, July 20, 2008

You Have an Advocate

A few years ago, I was pulling out of a space in a parking lot when I saw this SUV rocketing down the aisle. Since I didn’t want to get rear ended, I figured I would hold my place... just a couple feet out of the parking space... and let this guy go. But he was too busy texting on his Crackberry and didn’t look up. Well, he slammed into my car so hard, my car went sideways into another parked vehicle.

To my surprise, his insurance company claimed that I was partially at fault since I had a few seconds time to put my car into reverse and back up. That sucked!

Well, it would have sucked a bit less had I known at that time about Advocate Auto Claims. What is Advocate all about? Well, if you ever have a car accident where you are not at fault, you are entitled to recover the lost value of your vehicle from the at fault party, or their insurance company. It doesn’t matter where you live in the United States... Advocate covers all 50 states!

Obama Visits Afghanistan

In his first pre-presidential foray into international affairs, Senator Barack Obama met with President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan this morning to discuss the war on terror.

Over a meal of chicken, mutton, and rice...


Mmmm... mutton...

Ahem, anyway, over breakfast, they discussed plans to put renewed focus on finding what’s his name, you know... the guy who attacked us on 9.11. Um, oh yeah... Osama bin Laden.

Senator Obama was accompanied by senators Chuck Hagel (R-Nebraska) and Jack Reed (D-Rhode Island), which was more than symbolic in showing our nation’s bipartisan support for Afghanistan.

No reports of any fist bumps during this meeting...

Obama also had breakfast with the troops (oatmeal with what we hope are rasins) in the Department of Defense video below:


Thursday, July 17, 2008

That's with a "B"


Golf phenom Tiger Woods is on the verge of attaining Billionaire status, according to a recent NBC Sports / MSNBC report.

This should happen by 2010 -- and that late date is due mostly to the 45% in taxes and management fees that comes out of his paycheck.

Still, not a bad paycheck to have, eh?

Think I'll Buy a Yugo

Just read on MSNBC that California is the TOP state for car thieves!

Well, so much for that Rolls Royce Silver Seraph. Think maybe I should just buy a Yugo, huh?

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Beck in El Paso

Abraham Chavez Theatre - September 25 @ 7:30 PM

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Hurry – this presale is ONLY good thru Thursday, July 17th at 10PM.

Don’t miss Beck in concert, September 25th at Abraham Chavez Theatre, with special guest MGMT.

Tickets are $38 and will be available at all area Ticketmaster locations, Ticketmaster.com, the Plaza Theatre Box Office or by calling 915.544.8444.

Tickets go on sale to the public Saturday, July 19th at noon.

Visit Beck.com for more information about his tour and his soon to be released album Modern Guilt.

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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Hello Neighbor

I was cruising through the subdivision in my convertible, wearing my Avery Brooks “A Man Called Hawk” sunglasses, listening to some booming rap music by T-Bone (boney bone corleone).

Two women, new neighbors, walked by. I waved, “Hello.” They just stood frozen on the sidewalk with facial expressions that suggested abject horror.

Granted, my other neighbors all smiled and waved hello to me... but I was fixated on those two negative expressions.

I finally realized... I’m turning into George Costanza!



How did this happen? For years I have always been Jerry. Granted, the weekly girlfriends are no more and I rarely eat cereal for dinner... and my version of Kramer is now married and living in the boonies... but still?

How did this happen?



Save Money. Make Money.

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The aforementioned taken under consideration, that is why I like DealKing.com

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T’aint Funny, McGee...

The New Yorker Magazine thought that their latest cover would be cute or funny or amusing. Presumably a satire of the negative press surrounding preumptive Democratic candidate Barack Obama, but there are no disclosures or any other text verifying that it is a satire. Well, as the wise man said: “We are not amused...”



The editors of the magazine insist that is is simply satire... and perhaps their intentions were good. However, we all know which road is paved with good intentions... and we don’t want to go there.

The New Yorker magazine should not have gone there at all...

Sunday, July 13, 2008

The Best Movie I've Seen This Month

Samuel L. Jackson gave a performance that should have won him an Oscar® -- but, didn’t. Caveman’s Valentine was a pleasant surprise. Have you seen it?

See this film!

Perlman is Da Man...


At the top of the box office, Ron Perlman is truly the man. In his Los Angeles Times Interview, he discusses his #1 movie... to which Iron Man, the Hulk, Hancock, and the others have to acquiesce.

Read the LA Times article... it provides some interesting revelations about Perlman’s relationship with director Guillermo del Toro.

Was It Something I Said?

I was hanging out with some friends and they said there was going to be a group lunch at a local eatery with some other folks.

So, I drive there and while parking my car, I recognized one of the young ladies who is friends with those friends.

She came over to my car and said, “Excuse me... I’m trying to find (the restaurant). Can you tell me where it is?”

I replied, “Sure, I’m on my way there, too.”

She turned and walked hurriedly away...

Was it something I said?

David Letterman and Michael Jackson

Saturday, July 12, 2008

R.I.P. Tony Snow


We were saddened to read in the Los Angeles Times that former Fox News personality and White House Press Secretary Robert Anthony Snow has exited the planet.

His health concerns were made public and, in his last appearance on Bill Maher’s Real Time on HBO, he seemed to have triumphed over his health issues. Sadly, he lost his fight.

Prayers for his family, friends, and loved ones.

Friday, July 11, 2008

Spectatular Spectacles


I just had my annual eye exam and all went pretty good. The doctor sent one of his pretty young assistants to ask me if I wanted to look at glasses... given that my insurance would cover a portion of the cost.

Well, it apparently wasn’t a very big portion, considering that these glasses cost well over $300!

Eee-yah!

You can imagine my glee at discovering that good glasses could be found for $8 at ZenniOptical.com.

They offer a wide range of frames, with options including single vision lenses, sunsensor (potochromic) lenses, tinted sunglasses lenses, bifocal and progressive lenses.

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Star Wars Clone Wars -- The Series


Who spilled the beans? The Los Angeles Times did in fact when they presented a preview of George Lucas’ new series.

The animation was said to be not quite up to Pixar standards but on par with Dreamworks animation (hmm... perhaps Sumner Redstone should have made Pixar one of his acquisitions).

Look out for a theatrical film as harbinger of this new series!

Costumes for Halloween and All Occasions

Of all American holidays, it seems that Halloween is one of the most controversial.

Its origins are in ancient druidism… although most people disregard its “religious” origins.

It is all about trick or treating… childhood fun, right? Still, some people say it teaches extortion (give me candy or your house gets egged and toilet papered).

It involves free candy. But then again, obesity is an epidemic in this country… as suggested by the subtext of the new movie Wall•E.

Still… it is fun to go out in a costume and act like the true child who is inside of you.

So… what costume appeals to you? I was checking out halloween costumes and the site contained an enormous number of selections.

First, I ruled out the “sexy” costumes… since cross dressing is not my thing (but, as Jerry Seinfeld might say, not that anything’s wrong with that).
Next… I went to Superhero Costumes and picked the cool guy… Iron Man.

Iron Man
Iron Man
Does Whatever
An Iron Can

Hey, if Robert Downey Jr. can fight crime, hang with beautiful women, and get surprise visits at home by Samuel L. Jackson… why can’t I?

Okay… well, maybe not. But you must admit… these are the kewlest costumes you can buy!

And Yet, Spammers Continue to Have Impunity...

There are lots of reasons that police will come to a person’s home and haul them off to jail. But when the offense is sending a negative e-mail... incredulity may seem to rise.

That being said, we read in the The New York Times about a Bronx man who was arrested for the simple act of sending an email that includes this line:

“I want your sweet body against my skin!”

Granted, there were also items such as a racist reference, talk of using prostitutes and of suicide... but is that grounds for arrest?

Oh... one little detail we omitted... THE GUY DIDN’T WRITE SAID E-MAIL!

I guess police don’t understand how to read a to or from line.

Yikes!

King Louie and Queen Keely

Thursday, July 10, 2008

How to Harvest Stem Cells at Home... Every Month!

One of the more controversial issues in modern medical technology is that of stem cell research. For those of you who may be unfamiliar, stem cells are common to most multi-cell organisms (including, of course, human beings).

Stem cells are unique in that they can renew themselves through the process of mitotic cell division and can differentiate into a diverse range of specialized cell types. The medical use of these cells are what gives them their great potential. Stem cells may be used to treat a variety of diseases, including:

  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Leukemia and other cancers
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Muscle damage
  • And potentially more

So, why are these cells controversial?

Primarily because of the scientific need to harvest and destroy human embryos – which is too close to abortion for many people. The pro-life movement wants to protect the human embryo. However, there are those who want to use these valuable cells to save and improve the quality of lives.

One recent finding, reported on CNN Money, explores a way to utilize valuable stem cell technology without sacrificing the unborn. This non-invasive, safe and easy method is by collecting and preserving stem cells found in women’s menstrual blood.

The “ick factor” notwithstanding, this technology promises to provide treatment for a wide range of diseases. Read the CNNMoney report for more details!


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July 07, 2008: 01:28 PM EST


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Now, thanks to the revolutionary research and technology of C’elle, a service dedicated to providing women with a safe and easy method of collecting and preserving stem cells found in her menstrual fluid each month, even the busiest woman can take control of her future, right in the privacy of her own home. With C’elle’s non-invasive collection process, menstrual cells are processed and cryo-preserved (stored at a very low temperature) for potential cellular therapies that may be used in the future. These self-renewing cells one day may even be used for sports medicine or cosmeceutical treatments, such as anti-aging therapies.

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Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Terrorist Fist Jab Revisited


You might remember our original post on the terrorist fist jab -- when Barack and Michelle Obama did the fist bump.

Well, President Bush has taken it upon himself to learn the now infamous gesture. From what we can see... he does a good job with the Marine.

However... there may have been a learning curve. Do you want to see what that involved?

You can find out all of the exciting details by watching the video at MSNBC by clicking here.

Enjoy, and... happy fist jabbing!

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

R.I.P. Mel Casson

Cartoonist Mel Casson has exited the planet.

Visit http://lambiek.net/artists/c/casson_mel.htm to see his genius.

The Writers Guild Foundation announces its 2008 Craft Seminar

Hooked: The First Twenty Pages - and Beyond Workshop on Screenwriting Set for Saturday, July 19

Learn from Hollywood's best and most successful writers! You are invited to participate in the Writers Guild Foundation's annual summer craft day on writing for the screen. Entitled Hooked: The First Twenty Pages - and Beyond, the event is a special one-day workshop for screenwriters and screenwriting students on the subject of engaging your audience and keeping them engaged through to a satisfying ending.

WHEN: Saturday, July 19th, 2008

WHERE: Writers Guild of America headquarters at 7000 W. Third Street, LA, CA 90048.
br> Panelists and session leaders will include: Michael Brandt & Derek Haas (3:10 to Yuma; Wanted), Robert Eisele (The Great Debaters), John Furia, Jr. (Professor of Screenwriting at USC), Michael Goldenberg (Contact, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix), Robert Nelson Jacobs (Chocolat, The Water Horse), Simon Kinberg (Mr. and Mrs. Smith; X-Men: The Last Stand), Aline Brosh McKenna (The Devil Wears Prada; 27 Dresses) Jeff Nathanson (Catch Me if You Can, Rush Hour 3), Dan Pyne (Pacific Heights, The Sum of All Fears), Andrew W. Marlowe (Air Force One, Hollow Man), Howard A. Rodman (Joe Gould's Secret, Savage Grace), Anna Sandor (My Louisiana Sky; Molly: An American Girl on the Home Front), Tom Schulman (Dead Poet's Society, What About Bob?, Ligiah Villalobos (Ed TV, La Mima Luna) Michael J. Wilson (Ice Age, Shark Tale) and several others. Faculty members from USC, UCLA and AFI also will serve as moderators/facilitators for many of the sessions. Panelist updates as they occur can be found on www.WGFoundation.org

REGISTRATIONS: $150, general public; $125, WGA members and academic faculty; $110-full-time students with I.D. Parking, breakfast, coffee breaks, lunch and an evening wine and cheese reception are included in the registration fee. Credit card purchases can be made by calling 1-800 838 3006, or online at www.WGFoundation.org, where the full program and an updated speaker lineup can be obtained.

Sunday, July 6, 2008

Stormy Weather?

This just in...

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The Weather Channel has been sold to an investor group led by NBC Universal and private equity firms Bain Capital and the Blackstone Group for the discount price of just under $3.5 billion.

The good news, according to The New York Times, is that this does not signal the demise of NBC Weather Plus.

Yet...

“Hack” The Gas Pump and Save Money

Suffering with the prices at the pump? Here are some tips for saving a little coin, thanks to our friend Khairul Efeeza:

Only Buy Gas in the Early Morning

In the early hours, the ground temperature is cold. Service stations have their storage tanks buried below ground. The colder the ground, the denser the fuel, when it gets warmer gasoline expands, technically giving you less per gallon.

The specific gravity and the temperature of gasoline is important. And, given that service stations typically don’t have temperature compensation, you want to optimize your fill-up to give more bang for your buck.

Filling Up Is Like Making Love -- Do It Slowly...

Most of us want to fill-up and go... so we squeeze the nozzle in fast mode. Notice that there are three notches on the nozzle... slow, medium and fast. Slow is better.

Why? Because at lower speeds you minimize the amount of vapor created as the gas shoots through the hose. Take note of the hose... they all have a vapor return mechanism. The faster you pump, the more of the gas that you are paying for goes back into the hose and not into your gas tank.

I had a guy ask... wow, why is it taking you so long to fill up? I explained that to him and he seemed quite surprised!

You remember that Pointer Sisters song about the “slow hand” don’t you?

If you are pumping gas at the fastest rate, you pumping some of that gas into your car and some of it back into the service station’s underground storage tank -- and giving it back to the service station. Pump it slowly and so you’re getting less worth for your money.

Fill Up When Your Tank Is ½ Full

This is important because the more fuel you have in your tank, the less air is occupying the tank. Gasoline evaporates faster than you can imagine. Many cars have an internal floating roof inside the tank that provides zero clearance between the gasoline and the atmosphere (minimizing evaporation).

Avoid Service Stations Receiving Gas

If a big truck is unloading gas into the service station’s tanks... the fuel in the tank is being stirred up... meaning any dirt or residue in the tank rises from the bottom and can potentially get into your vehicle’s fuel system. You want gas that has had time to settle.

Great tips, huh?

Visit http://www.krazl.com/blog/ and tell Khairul that Dwacon® sent ya!

Traffic Jams on the Information Highway?

Today was a pleasant surprise. I was able to get my New York Times delivered right on my doorstep. For months, I was playing hide-and-seek as my paper went to my neighbors... or on the sidewalk several yards away... or even on the street.

Interesting article in today’s New York Times about the increasing traffic on the internet... and how more and more crashes and traffic jams are resulting as bandwidth resources get squeezed.

As we are predicting that the internet will soon take over for traditional broadcast and cable entertainment... we wonder what will happen if you try to catch the latest episode of Lost and the server is not available?

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Saturday, July 5, 2008

Venus Rising

After five years, Venus and Serena Williams faced each other again at Wimbledon.

Venus defeated her sister 7-5, 6-4 on her favorite court to win her fifth Wimbledon singles title.

You can see the highlights and more at The New York Times.

Review: Hancock


I have read numerous articles about Will Smith’s new film... the superhero romp Hancock. Some were negative... most positive. I can tell you... as a true movie afficionado... Hancock is awesome!

The movie introduces us to a drunken bum who just happens to have super powers. He does have a penchant for fighting the bad guys, but his bad attitude and alcotudinal behavior causes more trouble than the good he does.

In comes Jason Bateman -- a struggling public relations professional who needs a break. He gets the biggest break when he teams up with Hancock.

It all seems things have turned around when suddenly some wicked plot twists and turns happen that I won’t spoil for you... but my hats off to the writers for a wickedly awesome screenplay!

Click here to see trailers and more!

Friday, July 4, 2008

Mo Mo Fo Ya Po Po

When I was a kid, I enjoyed taking my ill gotten money and blowing it at the military surplus stores. Since the prospect of getting drafted was a non-issue, I and my buddies could roll around in the streets wearing gear that allowed us to emulate the brave antics of the armed soldiers.

For this generation, I suppose the latest thing is police gear. Everything from uniforms and under-armor to holsters and 5.11 pants can be found right on-line .

Your supply of police gear... at discount prices... is only a mouse-click away.

And don’t you forget those added benefits like free shipping and a free coffee mug... etcetera!

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Happy 4th of July, Everybody!

I had an opportunity to go out and see some fireworks... but my attention was captivated on some delicious ribs that had marinated to perfection in some Cabernet Sauvignon and were grilled with just the right combination of spices and topped with a succulent sauce. That and some Texas-style veggies made it a great repast to celebrate the independence of the United States of America.

Hope your celebration was also a pleasant one out there in the blogosphere.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Get Smarketing

Usually, a movie goes out and a year or so later there is either a sequel (if it is a blockbuster) or a straight-to-DVD sequel.

The current hit film Get Smart is still in theatres and already there is a direct-to-DVD sequel available for one and all.

Masi Oka and Nate Torrence recreate their roles as CONTROL nerds in their own adventure.

Read more about it (and hear some kewl sound clips) at Fresno Bee or get full details at IMDB.

Or if you really want to get your laugh on, get Get Smart's Bruce & Lloyd Out Of Control (Widescreen) by clicking the icon below:

Music City Songwriting Competition


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