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drawings with light

yes, it's picasso.
yes, it's fantastic.
take a look at picasso's drawings with light.
made by gjon mili.

prise the lord coltrane

The Saint John Will-I-Am Coltrane African Orthodox Church

"Founders Archbishop Franzo King and Reverend Mother Marina King began this work in 1971 under the name of “One Mind Temple Evolutionary Transitional Body of Christ.” The inspiration came after the young couple had seen John Coltrane perform live in San Francisco in the year 1965. Being raised in the Pentecostal Church, Franzo King knew the presence of the Lord when it came through the power of the Holy Ghost. Seeing John Coltrane and hearing his sound that night was that familiar feeling he knew since childhood. It was the presence of God. Archbishop King refers to this as a “sound baptism” which touched their hearts and minds. Further investigation into this man proved him to be not just a “jazz musician” but one who was chosen to guide souls back to God."

"The musical ministry is delivered through the “Ministers of Sound” also known as the church ensemble: Ohnedaruth. Every Sunday, Ohnedaruth provides the rhythm section and lead horns which support the Voices of Compassion (choir), as together they seek to invoke the Spirit of God through sound praise. The sound praise consists of the Coltrane Liturgy, which combines the Divine Liturgy of the African Orthodox Church, and the Twenty-third Psalm, with the melodies, harmonies and rhythms of Saint John Coltrane's masterpiece: A Love Supreme."


the zombie preparedness initiative

what if he's going to knock into your door?

The Zombie Preparedness Initiative is a knowledge base provided by a community of citizens concerned about the impending zombie invasion and the imminent disaster that is sure to follow.

advices, articles, groups, forum...
definitely worth sinking into

i joined, will u?

retro games from the '80 & early '90

a pure nostalgic old-school...
no downloading special emulators, no downloading and installing anything.

classic Commodore 64 games online!
(boulder dash, paperboy, donkey kong, commando...)

classic Nintendo 8-bit games online!
(mario, duck tales, legend of zelda...)

classic Gameboy games online!
(turtles, tetris... and everything on this small silly monitor!)

classic Sega Master System games online!
(sonic, wonder boy, mortal kombat, home alone...)

and finally,
classic DOS games online!
(indiana jones, prince, lemings, ugh, terminator...)

p.s. note that there is just a 100 of the most popular ones on each side - browse the categories for more and never turn off your pc again...


still alive & well

THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN is really incredible!
it's a jack arnold's screen version from '57 of richard matheson's novel which tells u how it is when one day u start to shrink...

i always liked when these kind of ROBINSON CRUSOE or THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND style stories about humans trying to rise from hopeless situation, were set in different situations; like THE MOON PALACE by paul auster (where the central park plays the role of a deserted island), LIFE OF PI by yann martel (i didn't like it that much, but the deserted island there is changed for ... a boat with ... a tiger on it ...) and perhaps many others.

so here's the clip (with orson welles's voice over):

and a trailer with some shots for the encouragement:

BUT! they didn't show how he fights the tarantula! AWESOME!
and it's not only because tarantulas were always my greatest fear when i was a child (imagine falling asleep knowing that there is millions of tarantulas on the floor walking on each other just waiting to climb on the bed's leg and...)