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Friday June 10, 2011

Photo of the Day

I think this is from the night before the night before we left on our trip:

Jellybean undercover

Question: Do cats know when they're being cute? They seem to. Or at least Jellybean (above) seems to. Maybe they're attuned to the positive reaction of humans or something.

Posted at 06:11 PM on Jun 10, 2011 in category Photo of the Day, Jellybean
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Thursday May 26, 2011

Second Screenshot of the Day

Tomorrow I'll be posting a review of the second X-Men movie, “X2,” which was released in 2003, in anticipation of the new “X-Men” movie coming out next week. In the meantime here's a screenshot from the film that, for some reason, I didn't remember until this viewing. In certain parts of the world, and possibly within the U.S. if he'd done it without Ms. Romijn's permission, director Bryan Singer could get arrested for this kind of thing. Thank god for gay directors.

Mystique in "X2" (2003): "Mr. Laurio, never trust a beautiful woman. Especially one who's interested in you."

“Mr. Laurio, never trust a beautiful woman. Especially one who's interested in you.”

Posted at 08:11 PM on May 26, 2011 in category Photo of the Day, Superheroes
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Screenshot of the Day

Posted at 08:51 AM on May 26, 2011 in category Photo of the Day
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Tuesday April 26, 2011

Jellybean's Snack Time

Apologies. I'd write more but someone needs to be fed ...

Jellybean the cat at rest

Jellybean the cat in motion

Jellybean the cat ... in your face

Dude. Food.

Posted at 09:24 PM on Apr 26, 2011 in category Photo of the Day, Jellybean
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Sunday April 24, 2011

Screenshots of the Day

Jesus is risen: from Pasolini's "The Gospel According to St. Matthew" (1964)

Jesus is risen: from Pasolini's "The Gospel According to St. Matthew" (1964)

Jesus is risen: screenshots from the ending scenes of Pasolini's “The Gospel According to St. Matthew” (1964), a faithful adaptation of Matthew, and generally regarded as one of the greater versions of the greatest story ever told.

the Virgin Mary in Pasolini's "The Gospel According to St. Matthew" (1964)

It does raise the question, however, and apologies for the blasphemy, about whether the actress playing the Virgin Mary (here, Margherita Caruso) can be too good-looking.

Posted at 01:08 PM on Apr 24, 2011 in category Photo of the Day
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