The Avengers: Age Of Ultron?????

I watched this film & have no idea what it was about. 

It opens with some war some place in Eastern Europe & it  rages  on from one mindless fight scene (with fake looking special effects) after another.  Its nothing but a bunch of expensive special effects all slogged together & called a film.  I fell asleep multiple times.

Some of the actors were highly decorative.  It must be a matter of ‘take the money & run.’  The only art worth noting was the wonderful totem pole influenced Standee, beautifully constructed, that is now in the dumpster.  The studios do not respect the artists who do this work. Her Imperial Highness,  Princess Melita Bonaparte, The Most Beautiful Woman in the World,  has observed, “The worse the film, the better the Standee.”  Her wit & wisdom deserve her a place in the Restoration of the Greek Monarchy & for all Monarchies in the world!
Those artists who designed this piece for this shameful motion picture are the true heroes, in my opinion!   Would love to curate a Standee Museum.
Budget: $250,000,000
The budget for this film could have gone into the Restoration of Tatoi Palace in Greece,   and returning it to the Greek Royal Family upon their restoration.  That would have been money well spent.

Mother Superior Vena Cava Shares Her Life In & Out of the Convent!

Mother Superior Vena Cava would like to share some wit & wisdom that she gets in & out of the convent.  She is predicting that there will be a new era of those who long for the convent life & will take the vows & the veil “without murmur.”  She is quite confident that there is enough drama in life & silence will be of much value.

Mother Superior Vena Cava taps her iPhone & shares wisdom.  Join her Holy Orders & profess your vows!

Mother Superior Vena Cava taps her iPhone & shares wisdom. Join her Holy Order & profess your vows!

Also known as Her Imperial Highness, Princess Melita Bonaparte, Order of The Most Holy Hashtag, she lives a combination of Religious & Secular life.  "I am in & out of Trouble, just as others are in & out of being on some A-List. I do hope my photograph of this bumper sticker will make people think.  All that judge stuff makes me very tired."

Also known as Her Imperial Highness, Princess Melita Bonaparte, Order of The Most Holy Hashtag, she strangely lives a combination of Religious & Secular life. “I am in & out of Trouble, just as others are in & out of being on some A-List. I do hope my photograph of this bumper sticker will make people think. All that judge stuff makes me very tired.”

Today, she observed this bumper sticker on her way back to the Convent & hoped that it would inspire some happy thoughts in a world that needs them.  “If I can reach one person with this thought (as the kind owner of this vehicle reached me) then the day will be all the better for it.”  –Mother Superior Vena Cava:   22 April 2015, A. D.

SHOULD I BE DOING BETTER THINGS WITH MY TIME?

It’s not my fault that someone made an interesting drawing (?/all subjective) on a toilet paper roll holdiing device in the Men’s Room. It’s all I did, really. Just thought it was a bit on the Picasso side & if he had been interested in photography, I think he may have taken a shot at this, so to speak. But, he was a genius, and I suppose that means he did not have time to take such photographs as he was far too busy being a genius.

I get to step back, not being a genius, and record the genius of those who can express their hearts, their souls, in a way that grabs us, shakes us, makes us cry, makes us think.

THE MEMORIAL OF THE UNKNOWN ARTIST:

Two views, one to prove that it is a truly functional work of art…

Here is to prove that can be incorporated on a very functional level.

Here is to prove that art can be incorporated on a very functional level.

Just the smallest shift, allows for artistic ambiguity.

Just the smallest shift, allows for artistic ambiguity.

Thoughts & expressions about what makes art ‘art’ will be discussed till the meek (roaches) have inherited the earth, and the artwork we left behind. From my perspective, many things go into art–but one thing I think that is a common denominator of ‘good’ art is ambiguity, not quite fully explaining one’s inner thinking, nor allowing a full sharing, a sort of holding back. Along with that, the artist who is not afraid of these matters, lets the viewer have a say in the process.

A Highrise-IT IS UGLY! LOOKS LIKE A PACKING CRATE!

A few months ago we had food for thought because of the business buzz words so proudly unfurled. Now that the wrapping is mostly gone, here is the end result: UGLY! It looks like the packing crate that the Fox Plaza came in. The signs were pretty, not true, but pretty. The building, appropriate in being diagonally located from the ever hideous visual disfigurement called the FOX PLAZA, is equally dreadful. What law proclaims that modern/new buildings must adhere to some standard of ugliness? This building is ugly. It is cold, not a shred of appeal. No wonder Americans turn to drugs. You almost have to have them to get past the horror of the jungle of glass, steel, concrete; no relief in sight. This is one area where my good friend Prince Charles is spot on: Modern buildings by & largely hold no visual appeal. They just get drearier with each passing decade. We have gone backwards just to make buildings taller. Something very special from a visual perspective got lot in this process.

When the next edition of American Heritage Dictionary is published, here is my candidate to illustrate the word 'ugly.'

When the next edition of American Heritage Dictionary is published, here is my candidate to illustrate the word ‘ugly.’

The tree is utterly terrified & told me so.  Like Prince Charles, I know that plants talk.  This one is screaming for help, trying to escape!

The tree is utterly terrified & told me so. Like Prince Charles, I know that plants talk. This one is screaming for help, trying to escape!

The architects believe in sharing depression.  Is this a cult thing?  UGLY! Maybe it's this way to discourage loitering?

The architects believe in sharing depression. Is this a cult thing? UGLY! Maybe it’s this way to discourage loitering?

Seems that being authentic is being plugged as one of the turn of THIS Century’s buzz words, along with being local & supporting culture here. How can we not believe this when it’s in print & hanging on banners tied to chain link fences?

These words are food for ponder, but are they authentic for thought?

Culture is always a good thing & context just proves it!

Culture is always a good thing & context just proves it!

Being here is better than being in Oakland, at minimum there is a there here.  Gertrude Stein, alas, is not here to verify.

Being here is better than being in Oakland, at minimum there is a there here. Gertrude Stein, alas, is not here to verify.

And local, is where the heart is, right?  The highrise is local all over the world, but we have a sign to prove ours is really more local than theirs.

And local, is where the heart is, right? The highrise is local all over the world, but we have a sign to prove ours is really more local than theirs.

Last, but certainly not least, this company is authentic, not like the others which might not be authentic.  Now we can sleep without medicine, an authentic & good night's sleep will solve all ills.

Last, but certainly not least, this company is authentic, not like the others which might not be authentic. Now we can sleep without medicine, an authentic & good night’s sleep will solve all ills.

About Why Are Public Toilets So Dirty? And Why Are They Called Bath Rooms?

About Why Are Public Toilets So Dirty? And Why Are They Called Bath Rooms?.

About Why Are Public Toilets So Dirty? And Why Are They Called Bath Rooms?

About:  Why Are Public Toilets So Dirty & Why Do Americans Insist On Calling Them Bath Rooms?

TOILETS--it's not a bad word or a shameful thing to need.

TOILETS–it’s not a bad word or a shameful thing to need.

If you have to answer the call of nature, otherwise known as emptying one’s bladder, you use a facility called a toilet; same thing for a bowel movement.  If this is done away from home, say in a department store, or a restaurant, you need to use the t0ilets these places provide for us.

American culture, despite all the boundaries that have been blurred since the mid-2oth Century,  is still squeamish when it comes to properly naming the place we use to deposit our personally executed waste material, the end-result of the digestive process.  We say we go to the bathroom, because we are ashamed?  This is crazy! You don’t (unless homeless, and @ the San Francisco Public Library Main Branch) take a bath when using a public toilet facility.  You go to the toilet & use it for it’s intended purpose.

Why press & film & other media consider these natural functions dirty is perhaps part of the mass psychology that seems to have created an unwritten rule:  In the United States of America, all public toilet facilities shall be made filthy by the users, and the users shall call them bath rooms.  This is just plain silly, and needs to change.  The word toilet is not offensive, and the need for toilets outside the home is self-evident.  Clean & with out shame, our toilets should be.  This means that men should lift the lid when urinating, instead of pissing all over it.  This means that heavy users of toilet paper should flush often, to prevent the massive build-up that heavy use of toilet paper can cause, to end the plumbing  overflows so frequently found in public toilets.  It’s time to bring a clean attitude to these bodily functions & the places that were built to accommodate them.

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