"You don’t always need a plan. Sometimes you just need to breathe, trust, let go, and see what happens."
Joke of the Day
What kind of haircuts to bees get?
As of 1998, over 50% of Iceland’s population believed in the existence of elves.
Hollywood moved from New York to Los Angeles to escape Edison’s patents.
Hollywood is globally recognized as the movie capital of the world. Yet it wasn’t always so.
The movie industry was originally based in New York in the 1800s, which was close to New Jersey – and New Jersey was where patent-master Thomas Edison was based.
Edison had patents on over 1,000 different things, including most of the technology needed to make high-end movies, and boy did he flex on them patents.
In short, if you wanted to be in the movie business, you basically had to go through Edison.
So the “independent” film-makers chose an alternate option to fighting Edison: fleeing Edison. And that’s what they did!
They moved to California, to an area of the country where the judges weren’t as friendly to Edison and his patents, and where the wheels of copyright law would take longer to roll over them.
On the first day of filming the exorcism sequence in The Exorcist , Linda Blair’s delivery of her foul-mouthed dialogue so disturbed the gentlemanly Max von Sydow forgot his lines.
"In moonlight, black boys look blue."
What is your guilty pleasure?
YOU CAN'T SNIFF GLUE WITH THE INTENT TO GET HIGH FROM IT IN INDIANA.