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Martin Scorsese’s Film for Freixenet

The Key to Reserva, a faux documentary in which Martin Scorsese films the only 3 remaining pages of a supposedly unproduced Hitchcock script.Even though it's a very thinly veiled advertisement for Freixenet champagne, watching Scorsese act is always enjoyable and it's...

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Martin Scorsese’s Film for Freixenet

The Key to Reserva, a faux documentary in which Martin Scorsese films the only 3 remaining pages of a supposedly unproduced Hitchcock script.Even though it's a very thinly veiled advertisement for Freixenet champagne, watching Scorsese act is always enjoyable and it's...

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The Daily Evie

It's sad that I live so far from my nephew & niece. I'd just like to see them more often. But, if I was closer I could also produce photo series like The Daily Evie{one child, several wigs & costumes, many brilliant results}Some of the greatest hits:They...

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Threadless Sale AND a song

 While Threadless continues its $10 t-shirt sale, they've released a sing-a-long holiday song that's instantly more listenable than any of those old, worn-out carols from days of yore. Interestingly, it looks as if I missed their first holiday song release...

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Dough-nu-matic

SkyMall, your favorite seat-pocket catalog of the skies, finally justifies its existence with the introduction of the Dough-nu-matic automatic donut maker.On a related note: Slate's "Where the Wings Have No Shame" article on 'SkyMall Culture' is well worth...

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Threadless Holiday Sale!

It's time for our annual Threadless Holiday Sale pimpage! $10 shirts! Hurry, hurry! A perfect opportunity to pick up gifts for people you either can't afford to spend a lot of money on - or just don't like that much.

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We Feel Fine

We Feel Fine documents postings of "I feel" expressions online {mostly in blogs}. Click around and see how others are feeling. {just know that some people might not be feeling G-rated}

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IKEA Dracula

Turn down the lights and watch IKEA Dracula -- an adaptation of Bram Stoker's work shot almost entirely in a New Jersey IKEA.{it is a little slowly paced, but it's old-timey style, mimicking the silent film Nosferatu, is charming}

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