Saturday, January 30, 2016



Western Australia

Meelup Family Beach .. Dunsborough  south of Perth


What happens when you die? 
The people who know the answer to that are dead,
 and they’re not telling us anything.
 This skit from Chris and Jack takes a look at what may be in store 
for this one guy when he buys the farm. 
It’s a little reminiscent of the classic scene of St. Peter meeting you 
at the Pearly Gates to announce your final disposition.
 Except it’s not like that at all.



They are out there!!


The Present
A Beautiful Short Story

After a very successful festival circuit, 
running on over 180 film festivals and winning more than 50 awards,
 the creators of this magnificent short film 
decided that it’s finally time to share ‘The Present’
 with the rest of the world. 
’The Present’ is a thesis short from the Institute of Animation, Visual Effects 
and Digital Post production at the Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg
 in Ludwigsburg, Germany.


Miscellaneous cartoons


We need this in all elevators in the world...


Around the World



























Niagara Falls to go dry

The New York state parks department is considering shutting
 down the American and Bridal Veil Falls for nine months
 while it replaces two dilapidated pedestrian bridges
, possibly starting in 2019

thanks David T


Some interesting Canadian Facts

thanks Ron H



Remi Gaillard is a prankster but he sends a really strong message here.


Those Funny Animals

Holland dairy cows are released 
to pasture after a long winter.


Find the Duplo Dog in this horde of pandas. 
Can you spot him?


The Story of Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Prepare to be amazed as you watch Sister Rosetta Tharpe
 as she performs “Didn’t It Rain” in Manchester, England in 1964.
 Sister Rosetta Tharpe is often referred to as
 “The Godmother of Rock and Roll” or “The Original Soul Sister”
. Her songs were an influence on notable singers like 
Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis,
 and even Elvis Presley.

 Rock On Sister.

Sister Rosetta Tharpe 
 Didn't It Rain

ed....amazingly Sister Rosetta appears on no Hall of Fame lists

Often the subject of a death hoax, actor Abe Vigoda died  January 26, 2016
 at the age of 94. 
Vigoda was known for a number of roles, 
especially his portrayals of Sal Tessio in the Francis Ford Coppola film The Godfather,
 and for his portrayal of Detective Sgt. Phil Fish 
on the television sitcom series Barney Miller from 1975 to 1977
 and its spinoff show Fishin 1978, both on ABC.
Vigoda was reported to have died in both 1982 and 1987
 and since has been the subject of many jokes in that regard. 
 He had a good sense of humor about the rumors.
He had been on hospice care recently until his death earlier today 
at his daughter’s home in New Jersey.

Fish is now sleeping with the fishes.
taken from Bits and Pieces

Barney Miller - Landesberg,
 Vigoda and Soo talk doughnuts

Season 3, Ep 4 "Bus Stop," aired October 14, 1976


Strange and Interesting Facts

Historical Video

Marlon Brando's Oscar® win for 
" The Godfather"


10 REAL Photos That Cannot Be Explained 


Odds and Ends

Captain and his Ship 


Jacob Tremblay Wins Best Young Actor/Actress 
2016 Critics' Choice Awards

In the midst of awards season, you may have missed the 
Critics Choice Awards
 No worries, here is the highlight of the evening.
 Jacob Tremblay was named Best Young Actor for his role in the movie Room.
 He is nine years old. 
Tremblay’s acceptance speech is more than adorable.
 He’s well-spoken, humble, and gracious,
 and there’s a few points that would only apply to such a young winner, 
like the microphone being too tall and his plans for the trophy.


This weeks Signs


Emotional wedding Haka 
moves Maori bride to tears, NZ


Interesting Eye Facts


Best of Zach King from 2015


Phils Philosophy


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1 comment:

Sandee said...

The White Room. That was a great prank, and he fell for it.

I still love all the hunters that kill animals for food. Bless their hearts.

They are out there...yes they are. Idiots abound. Bless their hearts.

The Present. Wow. Loved it.

The cartoons. Yep on the cop one, that's spot on.

Loved the rubic cube one too.

Loved the elevator. That was awesome and fun.

Around the world. Always fun.

I didn't know about them replacing the walkways at Niagara Falls. Costly too.

Interesting facts about Canada. I didn't know most of them.

Those funny animals. Loved the don't drink and drive one.

Those cows were happy to get back out in the pasture after a long winter.

Boy those birds did an number on that red car. Yikes.

I stole your "What's the difference between a cat and a comma?" It is my post for Feline Friday. I gave you credit.

I've never even heard of Sister Rosetta Tharpe before today.

I loved the Barney Miller show. May Abe rest in peace.

Strange and interesting facts. My history lesson each week.

The 10 photos that cannot be explained. Yikes. Makes you wonder for sure.

Jacob Tremblay...what a kid.

This weeks signs. Love them all.

Interesting eye facts. Didn't know a one of these.

Best of Zach King. Amazing.

Another fun week Phil.

Have a terrific day. ☺