I want to dooo this.
This is AWESOME.
The Girl Who Loves to Levitate…
I looveee this movie…. And after seeing it recently I had to post this video and document this quote.
Cynthia: God, don’t you ever feel like everything we do and everything we’ve been taught is just to service the future?
Tony: Yeah I know, like it’s all preparation.
Cynthia: Right. But what are we preparing ourselves for?
Tony: Life of the party.
Mike: It’s true.
Cynthia: You know, but that’s valid because if we are all gonna die anyway shouldn’t we be enjoying ourselves now? You know, I’d like to quit thinking of the present, like right now, as some minor insignificant preamble to something else.
60.000 on kearny street
This is the only commercial that’s ever made me cry. I’ve watched it upwards of fifty times. If I could have macro photos taken from the shoot blown up and wallpapered in my next home, I absolutely would. It is, by far, the best advertisement I’ve ever seen, the most stunning piece of cinematography and a perfect example of how to use sound with sight. Don’t let me forget all of the emotional strings I have tied to this clip.
After seeing this…
I looked it up.
And it’s pretty cool.
I want to make these.
Click the picture for the recipe!
While people across the globe gear up for New Year’s Eve, the people of Romania have a very specific custom for doing so.
In a rural tradition, people wearing brightly colored costumes or animal furs travel to different houses dancing to ward off evil. According to the AP, the tradition is becoming urban as the economic downturn pushes the performers into the city to dance for money.
Check out the festivities in the town of Comanesti, Romania. Is this any crazier than your average New Year’s Eve?