Monday, March 30, 2009


See True Blood , Lipsynchs , Seeking Amy for more symbolism

Slaughter 2009: Writer/Director - Steward Hopewell
Young woman looks to escape her abusive life by moving to her family's farm near Atlanta. Unfortunately, she learns her place of supposed comfort offers more terrifying forms of abuse. Staring AMY Sheils as Faith - Movie Review

In the News
Lily Allen & Lindsay Lohan gets a 'shhh' finger tattoo like Rihanna

The celebrities have opted to set a new trend with finger tattoos 23-year-old Smile singer posted a picture of her new tattoo – the word “shhh....”

Lindsay Lohan & singer Lily Allen were spotted with new ink on their index fingers this week - and they are exact matches of Rihanna’s own “shhh…” tattoo. These ladies may be the first to tatt, but this symbol has been used for a long time ......

A short history of Radio's Orphan Annie and her Decoder Badges.

Left:Cementerio de Recoleta Right: Norwich Cathedral

Kingdom Phylum is a five piece pop outfit currently based out of Chicago. Since a culmination of several other midwest projects, Kingdom Phylum formed in the fall of 2005 and promptly set about recording their first full length effort. The resulting LP, “Leviathan” was released independently in April 2006 under the moniker “Shhh”. The album sound, as described by Lawrence

Lie To Me is from writer Samuel Baum ("The Evidence") and the executive producers of "24" and "Arrested Development." It is a drama series inspired by a real-life specialist who can read clues embedded in the human face, body, and voice to expose the truth in criminal investigations.

Lie To Me or Lie to Me* is an American television midseason replacement that premiered on the Fox network on January 21, 2009.[3] The main character, Dr. Cal Lightman (played by Tim Roth), aided by his colleague Dr. Gillian Foster (Kelli Williams), detects deception by observing body language and microexpressions through the Facial Action Coding System, using this talent to assist clients (such as law enforcement). The character is based on Paul Ekman, notable psychologist and expert on body language and facial expressions

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