Sky Dancers October 23, 2014Posted by Retired Geezer in Entertainment, Personal Experiences.
Nanjing Youth Olympic trailer, 500 people dancing in the sky.
Hat tip to Traveling Opi and Tula.
Front Fell Off August 16, 2014Posted by Retired Geezer in Entertainment, Gardening.
Here’s a funny video from 1991. I’ve never seen it before, have you?
Hat tip to Bit Younger for sending me the link.
West Side Story June 25, 2014Posted by Retired Geezer in Entertainment, Music.
Some of you know that I’m doing the lighting for West Side Story at my local theater.
Here’s my favorite scene from the movie:
Some lighting looks from my show:
Tony and Maria at the dance in the gym.
Frozen Thriller April 26, 2014Posted by digitalbrownshirt in Art, Entertainment, Humor, Music, Pop Culture.
I’m easily amused.
String Fever April 10, 2014Posted by Retired Geezer in Entertainment, Law.
This is pretty cool.
Hat tip to my pretend internet friend, Bones.
No, not that one.
I Picked My Seat November 6, 2013Posted by Retired Geezer in Crime, Entertainment.
At the Movie.
We went to a brand new theater last night to see Captain Phillips.
I was surprised when the guy at the box office spun the computer around and told me to pick my seat. Since there were only 4 seats taken, I chose two that were away from everybody.
Just before the movie started, 4 people came in and sat down one chair away from us… Really?
I don’t know about you but I like to check out the crowd and sit away from chattering teens and people that I figure will be annoying.
This theater is in a new upscale shopping center. The seats were leather and reclined but the projectionist had the image too low in the frame and it cut off half of the subtitles. The movie was OK but it had entirely too much Extreme Close-Up and hand-held camera shake. Mrs. Geezer was getting nauseous toward the end of the movie. The admission was $10, I wish we would have waited to see it at the $2 theater.
How does this compare with your recent movie-going experiences?
Zip The Snake September 20, 2013Posted by Retired Geezer in Entertainment, Handblogging.
Yesterday Mrs. Geezer and I drove to Twin Falls to ride the Zip Line. It was lots of fun.
I shot it with my phone so the quality isn’t the best.
Turn the volume down a little, the wind noise gets pretty annoying.
Corn Quiz September 6, 2013Posted by Retired Geezer in Entertainment, Nature Shit.
This year we planted a garden with Bud The Neighbor ™. I learned something about corn in the process.
How many ears of corn grow on a stalk of corn?
The answer surprised me.
A Record Breaking Season! September 5, 2013Posted by wiserbud in Entertainment, Sports.
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“The Richmond Flying Squirrels Double-A Affiliate of the San Francisco Giants would like to say Thank You to the 434,769 fans who visited The Diamond this season.
The Squirrelly Gates welcomed an average of 6,689 fans per game over 65 openings, setting a new franchise record. Thank You »”
Learn more about the Richmond Flying Squirrels here
Oh, and I think I found Michael’s second career: Nutzy, the Flying Squirrel’s mascot
Strange Things are Afoot at the Circle K (and in Utah) August 8, 2013Posted by skinbad in Crime, Entertainment, Law, Religion, slutbags.
I believe Russ said something about Utah being a Florida-in-training after the great human meat thermometer caper.
I’m beginning to wonder if he’s on to something.
You’ve probably heard of Miss Riverton a.k.a. Miss Demeanor. She was arrested for “pranking” people by throwing homemade bombs at them. I guess that’s actually a felony for the blond bombshell. When asked for a statement she simply said she had no interest whatsoever in that “world peace shit.”
Meanwhile, down in Moab, we also have one of those firefighter/police rivalries that got a little out of hand.
- Firefighter sleeps with police officer’s wife
- Police officer catches them and pistol whips firefighter
- Firefighter goes home and stabs himself
- Police officer tries to get into operating room to “finish the job”
And finally, on a happier note, we have Elders Harrelson and Snipes doing a little missionary “street contacting.” The shirt-and-tied young men asked to play a little ball while doing some missionary work in Texas. One of the lads was on a state champion basketball team and will play wide receiver for a local college after his mission. I would agree, as some have pointed out, that this rim may not be regulation height, but still, let the hijinks begin: