FLOW - Ryan and I typically try not to contribute to the bottled water industry; we use a filter on our tap water and we just get cups of water at cafes (not bottles); but this is still a scary prospect. REAL TIME - I think we can see the punchline coming from a mile... Continue Reading →
This could just as easily have been titled: AUDACIOUS DOCUMENTARY MOVIE (from the dudes who brought you Scary Movie) But it wasn't.
A Thousand Years of Good Prayers - This looks relevant for North America. The US and Canada at least. Max Payne - This looks like something out of a Frank Peretti book. Anyone remember Frank Peretti?
...before we know what it is. Yesterday, I went for a 6.5 mile bike ride. Took about 29 minutes. Nearly two thirds of the way through, I heard a strange noise coming from my gears. I looked down, going 10 mph, and tried to decipher the problem. But the gears were still changing fine. The... Continue Reading →
It has been said that the upcoming film The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus might have trouble finding an audience because distributors aren't sure it'll be a hit. They're also afraid that because Heath Ledger died during production, audiences will superstitiously avoid it. But look at who they've got in it! Christopher Plummer - a powerhouse... Continue Reading →
After working at Peet's Coffee & Tea for five months, I developed a real appreciation well-foamed milk. Steamed milk just doesn't cut it. Steamed milk is just dishwater. Steaming is what you do to the milk to create the silky, smooth milk-foam. Milk-foam is the result of good chi. And yesterday, I create such milk-foam. ... Continue Reading →
I wanna ask him why it might be that my Spock-like husband wholly prefers Macs. According to his argument, it's just not logical!