Storebound

Storebound

Got an idea for a product that should be in stores?  Want to see some awesome, innovative, and extremely useful products (most of which will leave you well, and healthily fed)?  Maybe the answer to both of those questions is ‘yes.’  

Either way, check out the cool stuff going on over at Storebound.  I hear what’s there is only the tip of the iceberg.  I use my slow juicer to make healthy and filling drinks and my Greek Yogurt Maker is coming soon, which will pay for itself in a matter of weeks.  Keep up the good work….can’t wait to see what you guys develop next!

FLIGHT:Denzel playing a drunk flight captain vs MAN ON FIRE: Where Denzel acted with no regard as to how his traumatic demise would be considered.

Though all the parallels throughout both films, a far deeper level of acting is necessary when discussing Man on Fire!

First of all, we know very little of Denzel’s commercial airline pilot in Flight. Booze, drinking, partying doesn’t seem to interfere during the many minimized predated flights which are hardly referenced except to say the man is an experienced captain.

Factor of the matter, these two characters are radically different but in Flight this appears due to the constricting manner of the script.

A Man on Fire evokes feelings of retribution- from a missed suicide attempt (a dud – what are the odds of that). That scene was pivotal and immediately Denzel’s Greecie was involved in teaching his “daughter” how to improve and thus begin to win swimming competitions but more importantly a self-trust this child had yet rather easily illustrated and vice-versa.

For this film, although more violent, but conversely less competitive A man on Fire is filled with redemption for almost each character.

That fact need not be a rare comparison; Flight digs deep as a an overt statement regarding substance, alcohol abuse as well as addiction. Tough love is at a minimal here.

As you can geuss, this writer feels as though Man on Fire makes such a stronge humanistic connection between Denzel and with the ultimate sacrifices made so his surrogete daughter has a life. Denzel gives her another chance to develp in a warm caring family, itself somewhat retributed. Ultimately Denzel’s horrors of his past will try to rear their ugly facesl He decides to go out on top sober, and with a true belief in GOD’s Will.

I could”ve sritten much more on this topic, but alas, I must sleep. Stay tuned for my thoughts on Django Unchained & My thoughts on zero dark 30, as weel as SilverLing Playbook.

Optimistically Speaking, Life Is Good: A Review of Nas’s Latest

Posted on July 21, 2012 by Kiese
– Reviewed by Abby Raskin

Before I reached double-digits, I was a budding pessimist. Figuring their matrimonial
bond-breaking a sort of cosmic irony brought on by the suburban gods in an effort to
rustle up some privileged-kid feathers, my parents’ divorce jaded me.

It also brought me double vacations.
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OSX 10.8 Mountain Lion Beta 2

After using the 2nd Beta of Apple’s OSX 10.8 – Mountain Lion (rumored for a summer release), there is much to be excited about such as notifications and seamless integration with iOS. HOWEVER, the 2nd Beta is buggier than the first but I think it’s more of a reflection of the amount of features Apple is trying to add and I’m feeling good about the next few Betas. Actually, the release of Beta 3 would be a nice Passover-Easter present. Until then, I’ll enjoy the many new features with the occasional hard reboot.