- New York, New York,
- December 31
- I'm a filmmaker (director and mostly editor by trade, writer by night-trade), I currently live in New York and love it hopelessly. Even at it's worst it is beautiful and is always worthy of filming.
MY RECENT POSTS
- One Night, The Jews Left
February 11, 2012 10:57AM
- Michelle Bachmann Quit Her
Church. And The LORD Blinked
July 15, 2011 06:48PM
- Hammas? Rockets on Israel?
March 19, 2011 10:27AM
- Dead Jewish Kids? Anyone?
Going Once! Going Twice!
March 14, 2011 09:21PM
- UN Condemns Libya. How Rude.
February 23, 2011 03:46PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
- “Never been there. What
is the Frying Pan?”
July 16, 2011 07:54AM
- “I doubt that's happening
March 19, 2011 04:08PM
- “My "side" controls the
know man, seems to me like
March 14, 2011 10:07PM
- “Yes, exactly. The
pitymobile. Any event at all.
It works that
February 23, 2011 05:45PM
- “And another rocket falls
today in Israel... this time
July 31, 2010 05:50PM
- MY LINKS
I ate a burning hot slice of pizza yumness yesterday, while an astronaut played Pac-Man at the space station and possibly contemplated sexual intercourse with Nicole Kidman who at the same time was doing something of which I have no knowledge because I never met her. I admire… Read full post »
Didn't think so.
With curiosity I typed the word "Hammas" into the search box. The latest post to have used that word was logged in over a month ago. Long before today's barrage of rockets fired at the southern part of Israel by a Palestinian government agency called Hammas (you may… Read full post »
I already posted this the other day, and was as expected, ignored.
Dead Jewish kids anyone?
I guess not.
When searching the keyword "Itamar" only my little question and another post show up, the other one barren and dry of discussions below. Try typing FLOTILLA and TURKEY and see… Read full post »
The UN CONDEMNS Libya? Apparently the UN Security Council (which I am bestowing great respect upon, of course, by properly naming it with the uppercase S and C for I am recognizing it as an institution and not just any old council) has condemned (whatever… Read full post »
Two of today's luckier moments may be those lived by Random Dude A and Random Lady B, dwellers or visitors of Ashkelon (a city in Israel, to those of you wondering, those of you who no doubt are well aware of the name Gaza, a city not far from there) who… Read full post »
Israel, the terrorizing aggressor of the Middle East, is at it again. Today, the Islamic Republic of the Peaceful Patriots of Iran (IRPPI) announced that it would send a ship or twelve filled with much needed aid to the suffering people of Gaza. No doubt, a move meant purely… Read full post »
Last night at 11:57 pm, an intercontinental ballistic missile, fired earlier from an undisclosed location in western Iran and armed with a powerful, nuclear warhead, landed in Tel Aviv. The Israeli coastal city was annihilated within seconds as an enormous mushroom-shaped cloud spewed up in… Read full post »
I find that fellow filmmakers as well as friends who are not filmmakers are interested in various experiences I will occasionally have on this or that show. I documented recently my experiences editing History Channel's "World War II In HD" and that proved to be interesting to some people, so I… Read full post »
This Sunday night, a show airs on the History Channel called “World War II in HD.” I was one of the editors on this fascinating, and very challenging show to create. Now that I’m done, and have a little time off to reflect, I would like to share with whoever… Read full post »
It wouldn't necessarily be a negative development in our media-ridden world, for love and peace and intelligence to gain higher ratings than hate, war and stupidity.
Maybe that is what the Swedish Chefs were thinking this week when they announced, "we're like SOOOOOO over this Nobel thing not being… Read full post »
Today, no irony. No cynicism. Today is a day not for clever
personal expression, and not for taunting the system about its
shortcomings. Today is a day for reflection, stories, memories,
Most of all shopping. Because what better way to celebrate the loss of our rand… Read full post »
Welcome to the distraction of the year.
Entertainment is dished out according to age groups and a whole host of criteria. A certain demographic likes college sex-comedies and horror flicks, another is into Lifetime movies, some people get it on from golf, and many of us salivate over the current … Read full post »
Okay, so I have this great idea!
We get a bunch of people to dress up in old Third Reich uniforms - say, 20,000 of them. All ages. And we have a MASSIVE parade down the streets of Berlin. On the way, they grab all the Jewish shop owners and take… Read full post »
It is not my habit to stand up for a statement made by a Republican politician. However, I find it somewhat refreshing to hear a politician make a drastic statement like Senator Grassley from Iowa made about CEO's who should follow the Japanese example and either quit or commit suicide.… Read full post »
A new restaurant opened its doors this past week in New York City, showcasing the latest in innovation from the new field of renewable food. The restaurant is called "Roy In the Basket" and boasts a to-die-for menu for members of the new Green Revolution, or as NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg… Read full post »
* This is NOT about any particular leader AT ALL. I wrote this a while ago, long before the elections. These are some thoughts on leadership in general that have to do with many, many leaders throughout the centuries - no one at all in particular.
Have you… Read full post »
We are not all dishonorable. Some religious doctrines teach us that we are sinful and wicked creatures, but not all of us are. Sin is not wicked. Sin is not dishonorable. Sin is an inseparable part of us. We are all well aware of its natural place/…
Hungry for a long-needed branding facelift, the political establishment formerly known as the Grand Ol’ Party recently hired Washington public-relations firm Double-Katz to help it concoct a new, revitalized visage to put on display for the American people. Mr. Steele, figurehead of the flailin… Read full post »
Just in case you thought for a moment that governments were run by anything other than ego…
Have you heard the latest, big news about Rush, the most excellent leader in American politics? The evergreen celebrity from the radio show, “Rush No Hush,” playing every morning at a c… Read full post »
New toys are sometimes instruments of silliness. Such was my experience today, when, with my new little point-and-shoot camera in my pocket, I took a walk over to visit my brother, who lives a five minute walk away.
It was rather cold, which might have caused some brain-cell freezing which is… Read full post »