This is the ad by PETA.org, which is banned from the Super Bowl by NBC due to it being too much. What do you think? It features women apparently having sex with vegetables, like a pumpkin and asparagus. I think it's a stupid ad and doesn't really want to make you eat vegetables and save the lives of animals, but at least they got you to know that they exist.
'Veggie Love': PETA's Banned Super Bowl Ad
Thursday, January 29, 2009
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Right now I'm listening to an album that I bought at Aaron's Records in Hollywood a few years ago. It's a special, limited edition CD of "The Banana Splits", that TV show from the '60s that I used to always watch. It was kind of weird to me, even back then, but it was really cool and funky, and I remember seeing the songs on TV during the late '60s and early '70s. Songs like "You're the Loving End", "Soul", and "We're the Banana Splits" were my favorite songs back then. Being able to get all these songs on CD was like a dream come true- in fact, it was, because I had longed to see the TV show again, and just being able to get it on CD was the greatest thing ever. Rhino Records released this special CD, which was limited to 1,000 copies! I'm so fortunate! This music really is part of my past, part of my psyche, part of me.
Saturday, January 17, 2009
This is Gollum from "Lord of the Rings", a scene where he's having a quarrel with his other personality- Smeagol. I'm studying this scene right now to try to re-create it in my acting class- my way. It's what I'm thinking about now mostly, so that's why it's on this website!
Posted by David Ransom at 1:28 AM
Sunday, January 04, 2009
I love this song- it's my favorite from Salt N Pepa. I remember about 6 years ago when I started really playing this CD a lot in my car- every day. Then one day while I was working at Fed Ex at the front counter near North Hollywood, in comes Spinderella from Salt N Pepa! It was so cool, I could barely think, but I told her that I had her CD in the car, and I started singing this song, and she named the album that I had ("Very Necessary"). It was cool- I was so happy to meet her, and yes, she is extremely pretty in person, and nice, too! From this album, I also love "Shoop", but this is a great album overall, too.