WireTap was a Canadian radio show that recently ceased broadcasting, after an eleven year run. As a farewell to audiences, and the world it seems, they produced this video clip, featuring people of all ages, young and old, offering each other a lifetime’s advice.
Don’t listen to anyone’s advice. No body knows what the hell they’re doing.
Quite the feat of small scale engineering here, a spiralling track loop for a model train, that precisely accommodates every locomotive and carriage running on it… so where does the train begin, and where does it end?
Sherlock Holmes, who spent his retirement years as a bee keeper, knew the difference between a bee and a wasp, and said as much at the beginning of Bill Condon’s latest feature, Mr Holmes.
Unfortunately he didn’t elaborate much, but one distinction between the two sometimes quite similar looking creatures, aside from the fact that one isn’t as quite as nice as the other, comes down to what each species feeds their larvae.
I’m You, Dickhead, the latest short film by Australian actor and director Lucas Testro, explores the consequences of upsetting the space-time continuum as a result of time travel.
There’d be more than a few people who wish they could travel back in time to correct a past mistake, or offer their younger selves some life changing advice. All well and good. But what if the undertaking creates more problems than it was meant to solve? Go back again? That might only compound issues…
I can see certain, albeit absurd, parallels with Back to the Future here. Like, what if Marty had decided to stay in 1955, rather than return to 1985? That tangent is explored, in a way, here.
David Gilmour, lead guitarist of British rock band Pink Floyd, releases his fourth solo album next month… but how about the video clip for the title track, Rattle That Lock, impressive, or what?
On the subject of Pink Floyd, their 1973 album “The Dark Side of the Moon”, continues to chart to this day. So far this year it has featured in the Top 100 albums chart seven times, peaking at number fifty-one. Not bad for a record that was made over forty years ago.