Showing posts from September, 2017

Hurricanes? Nope, Let's Talk Healthcare Repeal

Over the last month we have had four massive hurricanes hit land, so when most people are thinking what can we do to help people, or even perhaps that climate change is real, leave it up to the republicans to not care. Instead of focusing on the devastation, the death, the millions in damage they are working on repealing Obamacare again. Yep, republicans this week are working on a bill called the Graham-Cassidy health care bill.

Republicans are like a bulldog who refuse to give up on a bone. It's like, "look over here boy I've got this squeaky toy."  And the dog just bites harder on the old bone refusing to let go.

I 've this quote - "You know, I could maybe give you 10 reasons why this bill shouldn't be considered," Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley told local reporters, according to The Des Moines Register. "But Republicans campaigned on this so often that you have a responsibility to carry out what you said in the campaign. That's pretty much as …

Neglected Pony Is Totally Transformed By A Little Love

David Lynch: The Art Life Review

Watching the documentary David Lynch: The Art Life is reminiscent of watching a David Lynch film. It is a bit off-putting and you leave the theatre feeling exhausted, not fully knowing what you just watched, but better for having watched it. The Art of life is a simply documentary showing us the upbringing of Lynch through old images and home movies as Lynch talks us through his life through voice over.
Directors Jon Nguyen and Rick Barnes doing an excellent job of showing us a side of Lynch we have seen before but never really knew we saw and that is his life as an artist. Not an artist in the aspect we know such as filmmaker but painting, crafting, and molding art.
Throughout the film we see Lynch work in his home studio as he tells us how he first began his craft as an artist even before he knew that is what he wanted to be. As a child he tells us a story about a naked woman wondering the streets of his childhood neighborhood reflecting the image of Isabella Rosaline that we see …