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Man of the Moment...

Hello,

I decided to do a man of the week post where I give credit and homage to a certain individual and why I chose this person. 108 more words

Gems 2.74

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For the Believer

“When people say they can’t see the good coming from the pain, my answer is that it’s not our job to know. 410 more words

Photography

My Favorite Films of the 1940’s

All of my favorite movies by decade lists always have 50 titles. Normally that amount of titles is an easy task except this one. The 1940’s was such an inventive golden age of cinema that I could’ve easily done 100 titles. 782 more words

Ernesto San Giacomo

Hallowe'en and War of The Worlds

At midnight, on All Hallow’s Eve, I light a candle, grab some Kit Kat and listen to an old recording of Orson Wells’ famous “War of The Worlds” broadcast. 171 more words

Ramblings

Orson Wells - Missin U EP [SM005]

Orson Wells returns to his own Sound Mirror imprint with another superb 3-tracker. A slightly electro tinged dreamy and melodic beauty called G.I.T.S.’ is followed by the distorted, heavy breakbeat enhanced pounding title track Missn’ U’ on side A, while the futuristic deep journey Red Planet’ on the flip makes this EP another versatile and quality packed release you shouldn’t miss.

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The Germ Menance and Invader Zim (Doom Song, Pt.7)

The basic idea of episode 4A—“Germs”—is that Zim tries to defeat the Germ menace; after watching a human sci-fi movie, inspired by the works of Orson Well, where the alien invaders are brought low by germs, Zim rushes to his lab to confirm his uneasy suspicions. 492 more words

Sci-Fi

Rosebud-Compare a movie with Toastmasters Speech

An Old newspaper baron in his palace in America utters the word “Rosebud” and dies in his death bed in the movie Citizen Kane.The news paper publishers are puzzled with the word “Rosebud” and a group of reporters proceed to investigate the reason for the Citizen Kane to utter the word in his death bed. 624 more words