Top 50 Movies made before 1970!!!

1.Some Like it Hot
2.Singin’ in the Rain
3.The Wizard of Oz
4.It’s a wonderful Life
5.North by Northwest
7.12 Angry Men
9.Rear Window
10.Gone with the Wind
12.King Kong
13.The Maltese Falcon
14.A Hard Day’s Night
15.Rebel Without a Cause
16.A Night at the Opera
17.Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
18.West Side Story
20.Mary Poppins
21.20,000 leagues under the Sea
22.Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
24.Lady and the Tramp
25.Citizen Kane
26.White Heat
29.Rosemary’s Baby
30.The Birds
31.The Graduate
33.Journey to the Center of the Earth
34.From Russia
35.Planet of the Apes
39.Sound of Music
41.Duck Soup
42.Strangers on a Train
43.It Happened One Night
44.Peter Pan
45.2001: A Space Odessey
46.His Girl Friday
48.Touch of Evil
49.Dr. Strangelove
50.The Searchers

What is your view on brand name clothes???

So I was watching a documentray the other day and it was talking about kids and fashion and bassically kids elementray and middle school ages where becomeing obsessed with brand names, and designer labels. Now, when I was there age I could care less what brand name I was wearing and as IO got older I develop my own personal style, and taste and favored certain brands over the other. But in the documentray children were bullyed and teased for not having the newest shoes, or jeans, or brand named whatever, when in middle school I was never exposed to that type of behavoir, and maybe a little in highschool, but never in college either…

So when and where do the brand names and designer labels really matter? Are they really that important? Or is looking a feeling good about yourself more important? Will all that stuff make you happy? Is it worth spending money you don’t have to look a certain way to others?… What do you think???

Scan with your smart phone.


Scan with your smart phone if you Have the barcode scanner application if you have a smart phone. Amazing tool to have. For promotional uses I made these into some stickers, those were in red lol I posted them everywhere and even got help from friends. Thank you James, Ramone, Woodrow, and my wife Tatiana came along.

Until next blog, stay informed.

Suicide Bomber Kills 3 Afghans by U.S. Base

English: KHOST, Afghanistan (April 11, 2007) &...

The attack on Forward Operating Base Chapman, at an old military airfield just outside Khost, came almost exactly three years after another suicide attacker succeeded in entering the base and killed eight people, most of them C.I.A. employees, in the deadliest episode for the agency during the Afghan war.

Gen. Abdul Qayum Baqizoi, the police chief in Khost Province, said the attacker had driven a minivan packed with explosives toward the front gate as civilian workers gathered to enter at the start of the day, but had been stopped by an Afghan guard. The attacker detonated his explosives and killed the guard and two civilians, General Baqizoi said.

A spokesman for the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force confirmed the episode but said the three victims were all Afghan guards. He emphasized that the security perimeter of the base had not been breached.

Seven civilians were hurt in the attack, General Baqizoi said.

A statement e-mailed to journalists by a Taliban spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid, claimed responsibility for the attack. “According to credible information, there were up to 250 national enemies queuing in front of the gate to get inside and serve the Americans in return for dollar salaries, and by doing so they were playing with their country, religion and dignity,” Mr. Mujahid said.

Radio City Music Hall opens – Dec 27, 1932

Radio City

At the height of the Great Depression, thousands turn out for the opening of Radio City Music Hall, a magnificent Art Deco theater in New York City. Radio City Music Hall was designed as a palace for the people, a place of beauty where ordinary people could see high-quality entertainment. Since its 1932 opening, more than 300 million people have gone to Radio City to enjoy movies, stage shows, concerts, and special events.

Radio City Music Hall was the brainchild of the billionaire John D. Rockefeller, Jr., who decided to make the theater the cornerstone of the Rockefeller Complex he was building in a formerly derelict neighborhood in midtown Manhattan. The theater was built in partnership with the Radio Corporation of America (RCA) and designed by Donald Deskey. The result was an Art Deco masterpiece of elegance and grace constructed out of a diverse variety of materials, including aluminum, gold foil, marble, permatex, glass, and cork. Geometric ornamentation is found throughout the theater, as is Deskey’s central theme of the “Progress of Man.” The famous Great Stage, measuring 60 feet wide and 100 feet long, resembles a setting sun. Its sophisticated system of hydraulic-powered elevators allowed spectacular effects in staging, and many of its original mechanisms are still in use today.

In its first four decades, Radio City Music Hall alternated as a first-run movie theater and a site for gala stage shows. More than 700 films have premiered at Radio City Music Hall since 1933. In the late 1970s, the theater changed its format and began staging concerts by popular music artists. The Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular, which debuted in 1933, draws more than a million people annually. The show features the high-kicking Rockettes, a precision dance troupe that has been a staple at Radio City since the 1930s.

In 1999, the Hall underwent a seven-month, $70 million restoration. Today, Radio City Music Hall remains the largest indoor theater in the world.