"Heaven has a road, but no one travels it; Hell has no gate, but men will bore through to get there."

Thursday, December 25, 2008


While uncertain if this is RPattz's real blog, and being already fully stocked in the vampire department, this is pretty funny...


Friday, December 19, 2008


Despite the below, which is terribly asmusing, check out Dennis Cooper's blog for the rest and then order this movie on Netflix... it is nothing short of amazingly terrifying and if "Christian" values cannot shine some light in on a scenario like this, what possible good are they? And as far as the Catholic church and its minions go, they certainly don't need my encouragement, but I have to borrow from Kathy Giffin and just say "SUCK IT!"

"People say, 'I respect their right to release crap like 'Black Christmas'," says Reverend Charles Demester, spokesman for the North Carolina Values Defense League. They say, 'It's really how we respond to it that matters.' No, I think jewish Hollywood's behavior matters too. By that way of thinking, since NE Asians are civilized (more civilized than Euros, actually) it's okay to have large numbers of them in our midst. After all, if they aren't robbing, raping, and murdering us, it only comes down to how we respond vis-a-vis intermarriage, right? People say, 'We are free-thinking individuals, responsible for choosing our entertainment.' And jews are responsible for pushing crap intended to destroy our civilization. People say, 'If someone wants to watch this movie, it's no skin off my back.' Wrong. If society turns into a mass of degenerates, it's plenty of skin off your back. People say, 'We have choices.' Yeah, we can watch jew crap or not watch jew crap."


From Josh-

Dreams Posted by: Josh in Media, Music, Photo, Reading, Really Random

Oh! that my young life were a lasting dream! My spirit not awakening, till the beam Of an Eternity should bring the morrow. Yes! tho’ that long dream were of hopeless sorrow, ‘Twere better than the cold reality Of waking life, to him whose heart must be, And hath been still, upon the lovely earth, A chaos of deep passion, from his birth. But should it be - that dream eternally Continuing - as dreams have been to me In my young boyhood - should it thus be given, ‘Twere folly still to hope for higher Heaven. For I have revell’d, when the sun was bright I’ the summer sky, in dreams of living light And loveliness, - have left my very heart In climes of my imagining, apart From mine own home, with beings that have been Of mine own thought - what more could I have seen? ‘Twas once - and only once - and the wild hour From my remembrance shall not pass - some power Or spell had bound me - ’twas the chilly wind Came o’er me in the night, and left behind Its image on my spirit - or the moon Shone on my slumbers in her lofty noon Too coldly - or the stars - howe’er it was That dream was as that night-wind - let it pass. I have been happy, tho’ in a dream. I have been happy - and I love the theme: Dreams! in their vivid coloring of life, As in that fleeting, shadowy, misty strife Of semblance with reality, which brings To the delirious eye, more lovely things Of Paradise and Love - and all our own! Than young Hope in his sunniest hour hath known.

In visions of the dark night I have dreamed of joy departed- But a waking dream of life and light Hath left me broken-hearted.
Ah! what is not a dream by day To him whose eyes are cast On things around him with a ray Turned back upon the past?
That holy dream- that holy dream, While all the world were chiding, Hath cheered me as a lovely beam A lonely spirit guiding.
What though that light, thro’ storm and night, So trembled from afar- What could there be more purely bright In Truth’s day-star?


Two Good Ones From Canada-



Winter Flix-



Were The World Mine

Let The Right One In

*reviews in process...


Sunday, December 14, 2008

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Sunday, December 7, 2008


Night Gallery #27 ( 2-23-72 )

THE SINS OF THE FATHERS* In 19th century Wales, a devastating famine forces a young boy to play the part of a sin-eater at a dead man's wake. Cast: Geraldine Page, Richard Thomas, Michael Dunn, Barbara Steele. View The Painting (27kb) / Play The Music