Friday, December 28, 2007

Squirrels attempt "dry run" on Florida Highway Patrol

It looks like they are moving up to increasingly more sophisticated and coordinated attacks. This was obviously a "proof of concept" for the squirrels, perhaps they were distracting from the real attack. Keep a close eye on this area, this isn't the last we have heard from the squirrels in Florida!

Friday, December 07, 2007

White House Quietly Admits Bush Lied

Um... I think it's time to take a look back at the run-up to the War with Iraq. Same stuff, different middle eastern country. Would lying to the American public to get us into an unwinnable war be considered a high-crime or misdemeanor? To quote the U.S. Constitution, "Only Congress shall have the power to declare war."

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Wednesday, December 05, 2007

W.C. Fields: The Great McGonigle Act

W.C. Fields: The Great McGonigle Act simply blew me away! Please watch the whole clip, because his showmanship is incredible. Totally something that is missing from the young performers of today. You know, the same ones that the big media companies keep pushing down our throats. I think the future of the internet will be dictated more by corporate needs than the security, educational, or informational needs that should be driving such a medium's evolution. I mean, just watch him, he's got all the skillz! He must have been quite the ladykiller with that outfit.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

So, the states bogus secrecy needs trump the peoples real privacy rights?

The US Constitution is the first and last word on US law. We, the People, born free, sovereign, and beholden to no-one, ALLOW the state to exist, provided the state abides by the Constitution. If the state breaches this contract, we have no further obligation to recognize the states legitimacy, so the state AND its secrecy claims evaporate...

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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

282,700 score on Galaga


282,700 score on Galaga
Originally uploaded by hollywoodkids

Not the highest score on this particular machine, but this is my all-time best score on a real, arcade-style, stand-up version of Galaga. I can't really believe I acheived such a high score, although I am on some pretty strong painkillers after a nasty trip to the dentist, so maybe I was just in some sort of drug-induced trance. That could explain it.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Squirrels Attack Again - Working in Teams!

Two squirrels vs. 177 Power customers. Guess who wins?

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Blogs go dark, fans get behind the writers

Twenty television centered blogs are choosing today, November 13th, to "go dark", honoring the striking WGA. You know, now that I think about it... do we really need another episode of C.S.I.? I mean come on, between Las Vegas, New York and Miami, they have to have filmed like over two million episodes. I predict they will strike until February.

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Friday, November 09, 2007

Inland Empire

The latest film by David Lynch is remarkable. I haven't even been able to view it in one sitting because it holds so many powerful subconscious and subliminal triggers and layers that I am still reeling from watching just over one hour of this 3 hour opus.

I have recognized some themes and possible messages though, themes that wouldn't have been readily apparent if I hadn't obsessed over "Mulholland Drive" and found Lost on Mulholland Drive, which is an excellent and thorough collection of analysis, reviews and suggested interpretations of one of the best "puzzle" films ever created.

I say "puzzle" film only because it is the best and most simple way of describing the overall effect of watching the film, and then being captured by essences and small things late at night, when you thought you had put it down. These two movies can crawl right up under your skin and speak to the immortal soul and great unknown in each of us.

I rented "Inland Empire" from Netflix. I will now be turning my "three at a time" plan into a "two at a time" plan, as I am holding onto this disc and will be watching it endlessly looking for clues into its mysteries.

Here is what I've come up with so far. Now, some Lynch fans may say that I am grasping at the obvious, but I am peeling back this movie one layer at a time, so bear with me:

Actors are whores.

They sell a bit of their soul each time they book a movie.

The producer of the film within a film is the devil.

The lead actress made a Faustian deal with the devil.

Her soul is his to play with.

There is an image of rabbits in a sit-com.

The producer said he used to like to play with rabbits. And dogs.

Now I think he is playing with people.

She is a lost soul, condemned to play out life for the devil's amusement and entertainment.

All the world's a stage, and we are merely players.


****And all this from only 1 hour of this movie!!!***

It is too intense to watch all at once. But I will try this weekend.

David Lynch has tapped into so much stuff that I am stunned into awe.

I will try to continue my analysis as I watch more of the film.

Signed,

Keith "Oh My Gawd, what a weird film!" Coogan

Saturday, October 27, 2007

Dizzy


Dizzy
Originally uploaded by hollywoodkids

This bitch is about to transform!


This bitch is about to transform!
Originally uploaded by hollywoodkids

You know you've been watching your "Transformers" DVD too much when this truck somehow looks menacing.

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Trauma, Turmoil and Challenges

Dear Hollywood,

Wow, couldn't have been a rougher last several days. Actually, I am fully aware that it could have been worse, so I must continually thank my lucky stars (Mother Mary) for my blessings. I'm not much of a religious man, (having been raised as a lapsed Catholic) but prayer seems to be the only way to find relief from the pressures of everyday life.

As many of you may know, I used to be an actor. I say "used to be" because it has been at least two years since I worked on a set, and I also let my AFTRA membership go bye bye. Still have my SAG membership, however I am not currently represented by a talent agent either.

Here is what I'm looking for:

-A new agent (one who "gets" me, understands my past work, and where I'd like to be in the future)
-Someone to help me put a reel together. I have all of these movies under my belt, but I never really had a clip tape. I'm lazy, and I thought my credits would be enough to get into the casting room, apparently they aren't, so I need a clip dvd.
-Two studio pictures a year, with no less than sixth billing. I don't need big parts to get big laughs, just steady enough exposure so I don't keep hearing the phrase, "So, do you still act?"
-I hate television, but would do guest roles on single camera, scripted shows. No "live" shows or half hour comedies, and no improvisation. I respect the written word, and am looking to work on fully fleshed out ideas, rather than winging it with a bunch of improv artists. Movies are not improv, although 40 Year Old Virgin was great, I'm sure there was a script. I know this is limiting, and the first thing that every potential agent says to me is, "How about tv, sitcoms, pilots, commercials or stand-up?" Most of the time I would like to say, "How about I punch you in the face with my bitter fist?" But usually I insist that this is the canvas that I like to paint on, and the arena that I had most of my success, why not continue towards that goal?
-Around 20 million dollars, so that I can retire and build a movie studio where I can write, direct, shoot and edit low budget, grindhouse pictures for the rest of my life. Maybe pumping out an art picture that "means something" every once in a while.

Is that too much to ask for?

I have tried to not be bitter like most other former child actors are, but it's getting harder and harder each and every day. I have never complained or whined much in the past, but I am ready to let success back into my life, am starting to lose my infinite patience, and am now angry at lost opportunities and past choices. What the heck does a former child actor have to do to get work in this town?

To Harry Gold, I'm sorry for letting you go at the peak of my career. I certainly shot myself in the foot with that move. When I approached you years later, you were no help. I understand you felt burned when I let you go, and I think that if I hadn't listened to Linda Brown and moved over to Innovative Artists, then you and I would still be working together, and things would be quite different than they are now. I'm sorry Harry, but I was just a kid, and I didn't know any better.

I'm looking for my next "Harry Gold". If you are out there, and if you liked my work in the past, I have grown up quite a bit, and am seeking representation.

Looking for help,

Keith Coogan

Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Large Lizard Spotted In Tree Is One Of Several Terrorizing Neighborhood

You see, in Florida, it's not just the squirrels that attack!

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Exercise Vigilant Shield ’08 slated for October

War games exercise Oct. 15-20 has new details, locations and participants. It will entail some 15,000 people, and will simulate a "truckload of radioactive material" being dispersed in the southwest. Either a show of preparedness, or a cover for something else. Read teh story carefully, it seems like a strike against Iran is now inevitable. VS-08 will be conducted concurrent with Top Officials 4 (TOPOFF 4), the nation’s premier exercise of terrorism preparedness providing an opportunity to participate in a full range of scenarios that will better prepare participants to prevent and respond to national crises. The primary exercise venues include locations in Oregon, Arizona and Guam.

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Thursday, October 04, 2007

Voting Fraud

This is really messed up, please take the 5 minutes it takes to watch this video clip. I couldn't believe what I was seeing.

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Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Where the Buffalo Roam

http://filmschatten.blogspot.com/2007/09/where-buffalo-roam.html

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

End of the world


End of the world
Originally uploaded by hollywoodkids

Somehow this signals the final nail in the coffin of our society. A Bratz Shrek synergy.

Wow.

Saturday, September 29, 2007

Friday, September 28, 2007

Epidemic Of Police Brutality Sweeps America (12 VIDEOS)

An epidemic of violence is sweeping the country. Police are being trained that the general public are the enemy & that they can engage in outright brutality without recourse. Taser deaths are skyrocketing because the police have been ordered to use "pain compliance", aka torture, to subdue & oppress the citizenry. It's time for police to remember.."Don't tase me, bro!"

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CFR's Hart Suggests False Flag Event For Iran War

Council on Foreign Relations member Gary Hart has written a scathing letter to the leaders of Iran clearly warning that the U.S. government has a history of staging provocations in order to initiate conflict with other nations and that Iran could be next.

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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Current Foreclosure Crisis Deemed the Worst in U.S. History

According to the most recent foreclosure numbers released by the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), the U.S. is embroiled in the worst foreclosure crisis in recorded history. More than 14 percent of subprime borrowers are defaulting, and prime borrowers are beginning to follow suit.

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Monday, September 24, 2007

Friday, September 21, 2007

First fire of the year


First fire of the year
Originally uploaded by hollywoodkids

Our fireplace, as seen through the screen. As the first real rainstorm is upon us, we lit our first fire.

It was kind of hard to get started, even with dry wood. Makes you think that all of those brush fires that happen had to have been set on purpose. It seemed so hard to get going that I thought every fire just HAD to be set on pupose. Way too hard to light one on "accident".

IMHO

TINLA

LOL

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

6 Involved in Nuke Mistake Dead in Accidents

Six people connected to last week's nuke mistake have died in accidents.

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Monday, September 17, 2007

Blackwater security firm banned from Iraq

Iraq's Interior Ministry has revoked the license of Blackwater Security Consulting, an American firm whose contractors are blamed for a Sunday gunbattle in Baghdad that left eight civilians dead.

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Saturday, September 15, 2007

Stairway to Heaven

Stairway to Heaven
Stairway to heaven, originally uploaded by hollywoodkids.

Friday, September 14, 2007

There is always a way out!


There is always a way out!, originally uploaded by hollywoodkids.

LOST CASH: $9 Billion U.S. Currency (If Found Please Call 202-456-1111)

Between 2003 and 2004, $12 billion in U.S. cash – was shipped from the Federal Reserve to Baghdad. Some of the cash went to pay for projects and keep ministries afloat, but, incredibly, at least $9 billion has gone missing, unaccounted for…. Authors Barlett and Steele are Pulitzer Prize winners who used to work for Time Magazine.

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Thursday, September 13, 2007

9-11-2007- WHAT'S GOING ON?

Senator that was investigating the large and recently placed "put" options has been found dead. Missing nukes over USA? A series of spooky events, and now the entire Air Force is standing down on Sept. 14th. What's in the works?

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Sunday, September 09, 2007

Latest Bin Laden Video Is a Forgery

All references to current events, such as the 62nd anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing of Japan, and Sarkozy and Brown being the leaders of France and the UK, occur when the video is frozen! The words spoken when the video is in motion contain no references to contemporary events and could have been made before the U.S. invasion of Iraq.

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Thursday, September 06, 2007

NORTHCOM Plans 5 Day Martial Law Exercise

US tyranny on the horizon. Combine this with the huge put options placed against the S&P 500, and you have a pretty clear picture of what the next few weeks/months may bring. I predict a stock market and financial market crash. I predict we will begin bombing a country next to Iraq, possibly a country that begins with the same three letters. And I predict martial law being declared by our government. It does not look like we will be voting next year. Am I fear-mongering? Maybe so.

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Monday, September 03, 2007

Bob's Big Boy


Bob's Big Boy, originally uploaded by hollywoodkids.

He looks so happy. I loved this place when I was a kid. Still do.

Friday, August 31, 2007

Funny Sign


Funny Sign, originally uploaded by hollywoodkids.

Zoom in on the middle of the picture. Laugh.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Study: US preparing 'massive' military attack against Iran

The United States may be prepared to launch without warning a massive assault on Iranian uranium enrichment facilities, as well as government buildings and infrastructure, according to a new analysis of "what the military option might involve if it were picked up off the table and put into action."

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Monday, August 27, 2007

Chaplin theater at Raleigh Studiosu

Went to see a friends film, and saw the master warding off bad movie spirits.

Saturday, August 25, 2007

Wil Wheaton Indicted for Role in Robot Fighting Ring

Actor and Internet personality, Wil Wheaton, has been indicted by federal prosecutors on charges of promoting and hosting a robot fighting ring. Prosecutors allege Wheaton kicked and electrocuted robots that weren't performing well, as many as fifteen robots. "He just blew their circuits," said US Attorney Bob Schrumpkin... :)

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Saturday, August 11, 2007

Yeee-haw! Here comes the draft!

Young? American? Not in college? Great news! You might soon have the opportunity..errr..responsibility, to serve the US military in combat! The first military draft since Vietnam just got a little bit closer!

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Friday, August 03, 2007

Kick it to the curb


Kick it to the curb, originally uploaded by hollywoodkids.

Thursday, August 02, 2007

So much happening, but I like the teamwork



These ground squirrels (hamsters) are super cute. I like how they work together. A good example for young professionals everywhere.

Kerry noted that they look like hamsters. I did have a hamster once, he died while trying to escape.

Sunday, July 29, 2007

Shop, movie, eat - 4 hours?


Shop, movie, eat - 4 hours?, originally uploaded by hollywoodkids.

Friday, July 27, 2007

IRS Loses in Court

"If I charge you $500 to fix your toilet, what part of that is profit or capital gain? The answer: You cannot decipher. Therefore, you cannot tax something that is considered an equal exchange on labor. You fix my toilet, I give you $500. It is quite simple." ROCK ON

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Sunday, July 22, 2007

Virgin


Virgin, originally uploaded by hollywoodkids.

Thursday, July 19, 2007

My iPhone's box


My iPhone's box, originally uploaded by hollywoodkids.

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

A rose by any other name...


A rose by any other name..., originally uploaded by hollywoodkids.

...would smell as sweet.

My Phone Patch Panel


My Phone Patch Panel, originally uploaded by hollywoodkids.

Sunday, July 15, 2007

IOuja


IOuja, originally uploaded by hollywoodkids.

I built my first "app" for the iPhone. It's a very crude ouija board just for iPhone and mobile users. Check it out here:


>iOuija

Tina


Tina, originally uploaded by hollywoodkids.

"My name is Talking Tina, and I don't think I like you."

Saturday, July 14, 2007

Why only five steps?


Why only five steps?, originally uploaded by hollywoodkids.

Here is a sign I saw in hair salon, just to give you some context.

Friday, July 13, 2007

Bic lighter


Bic lighter
Originally uploaded by hollywoodkids

An example of a well designed product.



Just like the iPhone.7

Lick my iPhone


Lick my iPhone
Originally uploaded by hollywoodkids

The iPhone is so great, you'll just want to lick it.

Coke


Coke
Originally uploaded by hollywoodkids

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Friday, July 06, 2007

So let me get this straight....

I want to be sure I understand this.

A man was convicted of lying in court about outing a CIA officer.

But she was married to a man who didn't think Iraq was a threat.

So.....

The man that broke the law gets his sentence commuted by the very President that he was working for when he broke the law.

Was the President trying to get the man that was married to the CIA officer to shut up?

Why did they do it?

Does anybody else even know what I'm talking about or even care about the implications of the whole story?

Why are we at war with Iraq?

The legal reason seems to be something about WMD's.

The same ones that the guy that was married to the CIA officer said were probably not there.

So someone discloses her identity to get him to shut up or be discredited.

We go to war as a country against Iraq because everyone is so sure that there were WMD's.

There were no WMD's.

We executed the man that was holding at least some semblance of peace and order of the region in his dictator grip.

So we find out that the man that outed the CIA officer, who was the wife of the guy that didn't think there were WMD's is busted, and then found guilty of lying and sentenced to jail and fined.

Our President then commutes his sentence so he doesn't have to do the jail time.

But didn't the lie that he told help the President get the political clout he needed to attack Iraq?

Is this an infinite loop of illogic.... or am I missing something?

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

US Army Pushes For Amnesty Bill Fast Track So It Can Recruit Illegal Aliens

A senior US defense official today urged the Congress to fast track a section of the stalled immigration bill that would allow the military to recruit illegal aliens, after recruitment figures released by Pentagon showed that the Army failed to reach its targets for May.



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Friday, June 08, 2007

Paris could have done up to six months under California Law

Driving on a Suspended License Facts

The DMV can suspend or revoke your driver's license for many reasons, including driving under the influence, drug possession, not carrying auto liability insurance, not filing an SR1 traffic collision report after an accident, medical conditions, failure to pay child support, and other reasons.

Driving on a suspended or revoked driver's license is a misdemeanor criminal charge, and you can be arrested and taken into custody. The punishments for driving on a suspended license can include a fine of up to $1000 and up to six months in jail. If you have previous criminal traffic convictions, the fine and jail time can both be increased. You may be required to install an ignition interlock device on your car, and in some cases, the State of California may take away your car.

Thursday, June 07, 2007

Justice system proves to be unfair!

Please contact the following person to find out why rich people get treated better than poor people.

Los Angeles County Sheriff
Leroy (Lee) D. Baca
4700 Ramona Blvd
Monterey Park, CA 91754
Phone: (213) 526-5000
Email: webemail@lasd.org
Web Page: www.lasd.org

Paris Hilton was sentenced to jail. The judge clearly said that she was not to be released early, or go under house arrest with an ankle bracelet.

Sheriff Baca directly violated this judges wishes, and should therefore be recalled.

Recall Sheriff Lee Baca.

Please.

We need to send the right message to our youth, they are corrupt enough as it is, we don't need to make things worse.

What kind of an example does this set when a person who violates their parole gets 3 days in a private cell? She repeatedly broke the law, ignored her punishment, and now, apparently, doesn't have to finish serving her time.

Completely unfair. I would be pissed off right now if I had the same charges, yet were serving even 1 hour longer in jail than Paris has.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Take the time to remember D-Day

I noticed there was absolutely NO mention of D-Day on this morning's "news" programs.

How sad.

We have an entire generation now that has no memory or knowledge of the sacrifices that previous generations have made on their behalf.

We used to try to provide for a better future for our children.

Now the only thing we provide is fear, and hopelessness.

We truly will be worse off as a country when the last of the "Great Generation" kicks the bucket.

What we really need now is a draft.

Make the kids of today go off to fight a war in a foreign land, that ought to straighten 'em out!

Monday, June 04, 2007

Former Top Rove Aide Resigns after Revelation of Illegal Voter 'Caging'

Big media is ignoring the story that former White House Deputy Communications Director Tim Griffin resigned as the U.S. Attorney in Arkansas last week after evidence revealed he was directly involved in voter suppression in the 2004 elections.... I knew the voters in this country didn't want Bush to take office! Now we are beginning to see what really happened. I bet we NEVER voted for him. Let's take another good, hard look at the 2000 & 2004 elections, and the claims of voter suppression, fraud and voter intimidation that came with them. Can you say "Hanging Chad"? I knew that you could.



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Saturday, June 02, 2007

2007 Bilderberg Meeting In Istanbul [VIDEO]

The 2007 Bilderberg Meeting is going to be at Istanbul, Turkey. This is a Clip from Dutch TV.The Portugal News has been informed by Turkish journalist Cengiz Candar that this years annual Bilderberg meeting is scheduled to take place in Istanbul from May 31st to June 3rd.



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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Bush hires Halliburton/KBR to build detention camps in USA

Bush has inked a deal with Halliburton/KBR to build "detention camps" in the United States. Last year in 2006 KBR was award $3685 million to build detention camps in the United States that could be used to house American citizens during emergencies. Bush has also put out a directive that gives him dictatorial powers in an emergency.



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Tuesday, May 29, 2007

He is really mad at that hot dog!

A website with the cutest pictures and videos on the web, period.

No really, this site has a huge collection of super cute pictures. Little fuzzy, adorable, cuddly creatures. You know how much I love pictures of cute animals. Go here, and see how cute they can be!



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Thursday, May 24, 2007

I have to share a cool thing with you all.

Please check out the site that has been sending TONS of traffic over to my little old homepage.

Former Child Star Central

Here is a brief sample of what's on their homepage right now:

Dustin Diamond (Saved by the Bell) | File Under: "Extremely Offensive"
Maureen McCormick (The Brady Club) | File Under: Shaping Up
Shia LaBeouf (Even Stevens) | File Under: Indiana-Bound
Danny Bonaduce (The Partridge Family) | File Under: Divorce Court, His
Marie Osmond (Donny & Marie) | File Under: Divorce Court, Hers
Keith Coogan (Adventures in Babysitting) | File Under: All-New Wil Wheaton?
Brian Bonsall (Family Ties) | File Under: Busted
Britney Spears (Teen Idol) | File Under: Out of Rehab
Keri Russell (MMC) | File Under: Married, and Expecting
Ray J (The Sinbad Show) | File Under: Sex-Tape Star


I thought this was absolutely awesome! Please visit their website, it is very entertaining to say the least.

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

The CIA has received secret presidential approval to mount a covert "black" operation to destabilize the Iranian government, current and former officials in the intelligence community tell the Blotter on ABCNews.com.

Um.... I really don't know what to say about this.

Not only is it not that "black" (how on earth would we possibly hear about it if it was supposed to be such a "secret"?), but doesn't this strike you as one of the dumbest ideas ever? WWIII anyone?



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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Top 25 Censored Stories

Here is a list of the top 25 censored stories of 2007. Pay close attention to the second story about Haliburton selling Nuclear Technology to Iran... in 2005!!!! Doesn't that mean that Haliburton is aiding and providing comfort to the enemy? Shoot, they are selling nuclear technology to the very country they want to invade because they have nuclear technology.My brain just melted.



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Monday, May 14, 2007

He's Hungry!

Congratulations! You May Already Be A Terrorist!

Do you believe that government policies are immoral and infringe on individual liberty? That gun control violates your rights? That the government is violating the principles of the Constitution? That the government violates the principles of your religion? If so, the government already considers you a terrorist and wants you under surveillance.



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Thursday, May 10, 2007

Homeland Security Office Existed Prior To 9/11

This video is taken from a report on Fox News that was made within hours of the 9/11 attacks. The person reporting is current White House Press Secretary Tony Snow, who was Fox news personality on 9/11/01. The report states, ironically enough, that two offices that were in the Pentagon section that was hit were related to terrorism.



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Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Horrible heat. Yahoo News! has said, "Several daily heat records were broken Monday. Among them, Los Angeles International Airport recorded a high of 88, beating the 80-degree record set in 1984."

Griffith Park is on fire. I was outside shooting some video of flames licking at the heels of the Griffith Park Observatory. Very cool looking, although horrible to witness. It looked all orange and angry.

It is still hot as a Dickens. This Summer is going to be hell.
In the military, when you fly the American Flag upside down, or when you fly another flag above the American Flag, this is a signal that the area is compromised, in trouble, or has fallen to the "enemy". If these students do not show respect for our Flag and our customs and laws, then why should we bend over backwards to continue to provide amnesty, support, education and health coverage for anyone who does not support our country or way of life? Saint Patrick's Day is proof that just because I'm Irish, this country doesn't want to strip me of my National Identity. However, I believe Saint Patrick's Day was set down as a holiday only after the Irish were accepted into American Society. We already celebrate Cinco De Mayo, now, can we have some quid pro quo?



Quoted from article:

"I predict this stunt will be the nail in the coffin of any guest-worker/amnesty plan on the table in Washington. The image of the American flag subsumed to another and turned upside down on American soil is already spreading on Internet forums and via e-mail. Pass this along to every American citizen in your address books and to every representative in the state and federal government. If you choose to remain uninvolved do not be amazed when you no longer have a nation to call your own nor anything you have worked for left since it will be "redistributed" to the activists while you are so peacefully staying out of the "fray". Check history, it is full of nations/empires that disappeared when its citizens no longer held their core beliefs and values. One person CAN make a difference. One plus one plus one plus one plus one plus one........."

Thursday, May 03, 2007

Why is Cheney impeachment not in the news?!

OpEd piece asking a very good question. Even for those that don't think impeachment is appropriate, isn't it still news when entire Cities and States start drafting legislation towards and very close votes actually support such a path? Now, I'm not saying that our "intelligence mistake" sure looks a whole heck of a lot like an occupation with an intent to create permanent bases in Iraq to protect the Oil that is being pumped out of the ground, but some could see it that way. So why the press blackout? Is the administration afraid of what would happen? Do they have any control over the press? And if so, are they using their influence?



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Wednesday, May 02, 2007

LOST prepares for season finale with an amazing episode tonight (3x19)

The search for redemption follows many paths. For the lost souls on Lost, efforts at salvation vary from small acts of kindness that promote forgiveness to sudden acts of violence that promise freedom. For the show itself, redemption consists of a string of solid, and sometimes superb, episodes that has firmly re-established Lost in TV's top ranks,



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HD DVD cracks: there's no going back

Last night, the AACS LA's attempts to keep an HD DVD crack under wraps backfired in a spectacular fashion. Pandora's Box is now wide open and there's no going back now.



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I can now combine my love of cute animals and geek anarchy!

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

04 09 F9 11 02 9D seven four E3 5B D8 41 five six C5 63 five six crazy __'s C0 LO RA DO

Gee, I guess if you removed the 04 at the beginning, and then got rid of the part of Colorado that is not part of the official postal abbreviation for the state, replaced the written out words with numbers, and you get the reference to Kill Bill, then you would have a number in hexadecimal format that some people don't want you to read, know about or use. I certainly do not condone or support the use of such a number.

I'm not sure what the number is... or how to use it...

But it seems to be pissing off a lot of people.

Now, where else on the net would I find such a number?

Thursday, April 26, 2007

OK, so cute cats playing piano is so awesome, I wanted to show you the follow-up video! I really think this cat is trying to tell us something. It could be a reincarnated soul singer from the sixties. Maybe it's Scott Joplin, trying to write a new ragtime classic? Whatever it is, or whoever this cat is... she jams, man!

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

I know I usually have pictures of cute animals, however, since I play the piano, and since this cat has like over 1 million fans, I thought I'd re-post this cat's video. Is she cute or what?

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

"What are YOU lookin' at?

Cute little pandas eyeing each other.

I couldn't resist posting yet another photo of a cute animal. As you all know, that's what this blog is all about. Politics, my fading acting career, and pictures of cute animals.

Thursday, March 29, 2007

The creators of "Lost" have listened to their fan base. They killed off the two most annoying characters ever introduced to a running series.

Now, all apologies to the actors that played Nikki and Paulo, it was through no fault of your own that your parts were added just to annoy us "Lost" fans. Heck, I have even worked with Kylie Sanchez, Sam Anderson, and Andrew Divoff. Andrew is the nicest "Bad Guy" in the industry. Sam is a classic, and Kylie is very sweet. If I was given any role in "Lost", I would immediately take it, sight unseen, so I cannot blame any of these actors or their work for their demise on the show. (Patchy and apparently Nikki and Paulo are dead, and Rose and Bernard have been downsized) But I have to say, that when Sawyer was all, "Who the hell is Nikki?" and when a killer spider was introduced to off them... I was grinning in my cold, sick, and rotten soul. My heart kept saying, "Yes! Kill them... kill them all, now!"

All great actors. And apart from Nikki and Paul, all great roles. I do wish the best for Kylie and Rodrigo, however... it was time they went away.

Take care all, and see you next week for the next episode of "Lost"!

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

You could have one hell of a weekend with what's in this fridge.



The final contents of Anna Nicole's fridge are quite telling. Shoot... I knew that slim-fast stuff was bad for you, but this is just plain awful. Listen up kids... don't try to control your weight, it's really very dangerous. Oh, and a methadone addiction has its problems as well.

Friday, January 05, 2007

Australian Squirrel Monkey




In keeping with the theme of this blog (either political news and commentary or photos of cute animals), here is the first cute and furry animal of the year.

This is an Australian Squirrel Monkey, apparently clinging to some kind of a stuffed animal of a goose-like nature.

Enjoy... and Happy New Year!