Feb

26

Beautiful Moments in Film #1: Dedication

Dedication (2007) by Justin Theroux Rudy: That’s life Henry. Henry: Yep. Rudy: You know what life is? Henry: Life is a horrible little giggle in the midst of a forced death march towards hell. Rudy: No it isn’t. Henry: An interminable wail of grief… Rudy: No! Life is a single skip for joy. Henry: (sigh) […]

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Feb

22

Lion-sized love

[kml_flashembed movie=”/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/lion-love.swf” width=”420″ height=”400″ wmode=”transparent Awwwwww! King-sized cute more like it! An African lion in Colombia meets the woman who rescued him six years previously, bonding human style with a hug and a kiss. Tell me which animal is the “king of the beasts” again? Related Posts:I’ve Got Nothing

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Feb

21

Search Engine Haiku

Found poetry is the rearrangement of words, phrases, and sometimes whole passages that are taken from other sources and reframed as poetry by changes in spacing and/or lines (and consequently meaning), or by altering the text by additions and/or deletions. The resulting poem can be defined as “treated” (changed in a profound and systematic manner) […]

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Feb

19

Today My Life’s Dream is Fulfilled

[kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.reuters.com/resources/flash/includevideo.swf?edition=US&videoId=73309″ width=”344″ height=”320″ wmode=”transparent Backyard air travel available to all Indians In India air travel has never been so popular or affordable, an estimated 100 million traveling aboard this modern antithesis of the traditional bullock cart last year, but yogic flying and astral traveling aside, only a few of India’s 1.1 billion masses ever […]

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Feb

05

Conan O’Brien vs Stephen Colbert vs Jon Stewart

[kml_flashembed movie=”http://widgets.nbc.com/o/4727a250e66f9723/47a81ada79dd6ba1″ width=”384″ height=”316″ wmode=”transparent I normally try to be inspiring on this site. I write about topics like ‘meditation,’ ‘meditation and me,’ and sometimes ‘meditation and the rest of the world.’ I guess I like meditation—I’ve been doing it for near fifteen years now—and I assume that it likes me. But as a chap […]

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