Nothing is more iconic than the red Louboutin sole. A staple on the well-heeled everywhere, most people don’t know that the inspiration for the red sole actually came from women’s nail polish. 81 more words
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The television series, “Twin Peaks”, premiered in April of 1990, and became a mini-phenomenon. “Who killed Laura Palmer?” never quite reached the frenzy of “Who Shot J.R.?”(from “Dallas”, a decade earlier), but it was pretty palpable, all the same. 1,142 more words
I was reading David Lynch’s book Catching The Big Fish this week and he summed up my feelings on organization perfectly.
Some morning, in a perfect world, you might wake up, have a coffee, finish meditation, and say “Okay, today I’m going into the shop to work on a lamp.” This idea comes to you, you can see it, but to accomplish it you need what I call a “setup.” 418 more words
First in a Possible Series: The Goddess’s Favorite Creepy Movie Scenes, or Why the Fuck Does David Lynch Freak Me Out So Much?
Yesterday, as I was indulging in that great American pastime of frittering my workday away on the internet, I suddenly and quite inexplicably became obsessed with reading various publications’ rankings of the top 100 horror films and scenes. 1,349 more words