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To get the full effect of how weird this interview is, you should watch until the very end. The girls choose a rather odd song to sing, considering their stance on sex.
PS – Not sure who that first girl thinks shes fooling after describing the black/Hispanic threesome. “It was very….mmm.” ”I’ll never forget it.” She loved that shit. And to answer your first question yes, its cool to watch people have sex.
Expedia has shared its support for same-sex couples before, but this time, they have come out with a rather heartfelt video that definitely made me cry. This video is a portion of Expedia’s “Find Yours” ongoing campaign, and shares Artie Goldstein’s story. This father explains how he feels a bit uneasy when traveling to his daughter Jill’s same-sex wedding in California, but then goes on to show his support.
“My expectations of what Jill’s life was going to be included a husband,” Goldstein recalls. “So when Nikki came to ask permission to marry our little girl, that startled me. I told her, ‘This is not the dream I had for my daughter.’ I didn’t say yes, I didn’t say no.” Stunning footage of Jill and Nikki’s nuptials accompany Goldstein’s emotional narration. “You come to terms with it…it’s supposed to be this way,” Goldstein observes.
The two beautiful brides wrote to HuffPost Gay Voices and shared their appreciation of Expedia featuring their journey in this campaign.
“Our hope is that all families can experience this type of closeness and support, regardless of sexuality,” Nikki and Jill Weiss-Goldstein said. “We are extremely proud of our father and his personal journey that has led him to his understanding.”
Expedia was able to portray a message of tolerance, understanding, and family all entangled with the unique experience of travel. They didn’t focus on the physical journey that Artie Goldstein took, instead paid more attention to the emotional journey he was embracing. Goldstein was able to overcome his unease and make a trip to walk his little girl down the aisle. Thanks to the love for his daughter and the ease of Expedia getting him where he needed to go, you see how this man’s journey was a good one, all while highlighting Expedia’s support for same-sex couples.
Well done Expedia, well done.
Caine Monroy is a 9-year-old boy who wanted an arcade, and instead of waiting for it to come to him, he built it… from cardboard. His dad has a used auto parts store in East LA and has provided the space that Caine needs to run his arcade. For awhile he had few customers, but since Nirvan came into his life, everything has changed. This young man is smart, creative, eager, motivated, and very hard-working. It is so nice to see someone recognize this boy for what he’s accomplished and shared it with the world who can also appreciate all of his effort.
- Imagination is an Amazing Thing (cc-chapman.com)
- Caine’s Arcade (kottke.org)
- See a Flashmob Visit a Kid’s Cardboard Arcade In ‘Caine’s Arcade’ (multiplayerblog.mtv.com)
- 9-Year-Old’s DIY Cardboard Arcade – This Will Make Your Day (craftzine.com)
- Great video about Caine’s Arcade (geekwithkids.com)
- 9-Year-Old’s DIY Cardboard Arcade Gets Flashmobbed (makezine.com)
Although this is just the trailer, it makes me look forward to the release of ‘People In Motion’ and I hope it makes you do the same. Enjoy!
Trailer for a film we’ve been working on, People in Motion
We traveled the west coast with 5 creative characters who shared a passion for movement. This film documents the experience over 9 months. It was life changing.
Seattle Time Lapse by Edvard Brun
San Francisco Time Lapse via WTK Photography
Burning Man Time Lapse courtesy of James Cole
Original music by Alex Bornstein
Athletes [in order of appearance]
Jacob Raul Seil
Special thanks to the Burning Man Organization
If you’d like, you can get it @ PeopleInMotionMovie.com
Earlier today I hesitated when I was told I should watch this video, but I must admit that it was not only worth watching, but so good, that I felt compelled to share it with whomever I could. The individuals that are featured in this short film are definitely entertaining and are the most colorful people I have ever seen or heard from. The language is explicit and clothing is absent at times, on the females, of course. Even if you’re not intrigued and don’t care to click ‘Play’, I encourage you to just do it, or come back later and make time for it. YOU WILL NOT regret it. This was posted 4 days ago and has quickly started gaining recognition. Everything about it: the editing, the directing, the producing, and the filming are extraordinary.
We went to The Gathering of the Juggalos and let the Juggalos speak their minds.
I hope you enjoy it.
- New Documentary Asks “Who Is The American Juggalo?” (metalinjection.net)
- Gathering of the Juggalos is less than one month away! (boingboing.net)
- BuzzFeed Is Going To The Gathering Of The Juggalos (buzzfeed.com)
- the Juggalos loved Charlie Sheen (wwtdd.com)
The man that was fighting against selling out and becoming commercial, has, well, gone commercial. Many people were initially shocked by the Documentary “Exit Through The Gift Shop.” Now he is moving into the television industry and making long-time fans question his decision to conform to society.
Slashfilm.com has made it’s own remarks in regards to the show:
He’s created an hour-long special that will premiere Saturday night on Channel 4 in the U.K. called The Antics Roadshow, a take off of The Antiques Roadshow, described as ‘Banksy’s ‘incomplete guide to total anarchy’ providing a greatest hits of wayward behavior, sedition and sabotage.” There’s no U.S. air date yet.
The Los Angeles Times alerted us to the show and echo our plea for someone in the U.S. to buy the rights to this special.
Geekosystem – Supposedly, there was a rumor floating around that somewhere in China, pills made out of dead babies were being sold. A Korean television documentary team decided to track down the truth behind this rumor, and reportedly found a hospital that sells dead babies — mostly abortions or stillbirths, with “mostly” being a scary word here when you think about it — to medicine companies. The team found that when the hospital has a “deceased baby case,” the staff are instructed to immediately alert the medicine company.
The television team also reportedly uncovered the process by which the dead baby pills are made. Supposedly, the medicine companies store the dead babies in a “normal family’s refrigerator,” so as to be undiscoverable, and when they are ready to use the dead baby, they put it into a medical drying microwave. Once dry, they grind the dead baby up and put the powder into a pill capsule.
Supposedly, the television team paid a lot of money to get some of the pills, and when they tested them, found the pills’ contents were 99.7 percent human, and were also able to discern the babies’ gender from the powder, as well as found hair and nail remnants.
The dead babies used are supposedly used with the mother’s consent. The documentary will air August 6 on SBS TV South Korea.
The only thing I’m having trouble understanding is whether the product has actually been proven to work? You would think, if people went to such lengths to obtain dead baby pills, that the pay off would be well worth it. Still though, nail fragments and hair? I don’t know if I could stomach that.