I believe that youth in Asia, should be paid a fair minimum wage, for labor done. That way, Asian economies of the world are being fair and valuing life.
I also believe that people who are aging deserve to be protected and kept alive with respect to their lives being honored.
The one elderly person I asked about the topic of euthanasia, when the PM of NZ, yabbed on about it to the media recently… said “You add a will to whatever reasons he’s giving… and nah… that’s when corruption is going to happen! I don’t like that.”
I see their point.
What do you think about Euthanasia? It was once a TV show once, called Logan’s Run. It launched the career of Michael York into superstar status when he was positioned with Farrah Fawcett in this show. It was a Hollywood TV show premise, based on hedonism vs the age clock.
Watch clip for an education.
I believe science should keep people alive, as much as possible. That’s science’s primary person… to respect lives. Everyones!
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific.
Like many of you, I’m a big fan of all kids in the world having clean drinking water whenever they need. 1 billion people don’t have access yet. 54% of all people in Africa need us to act on their behalf for their better water situation as well.
Click here to make a difference if feeling it. Let’s flow. Thanks peeps. Water.Org is asking for $10 to makes this pivotal dif. Sweet!
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12. 27.10~
Looking at triathletes Trinity Brooke & Simon Brooke relaxing in a London park, reminds me of vintage Lee Majors & Farrah Fawcett for some reason. Must be the beaming smiles of a couple in love and a shared passion of fitness and sports, for these relatively new parents of baby Oscar Brooke.
I hear that when this couple compete in triathlons that they can Whip It smoother than an Aussie cockatoo can pop it to a Willow Smith song. Good stuff.
Hey Team. Hi & Kia Ora from Hollywood, California.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 10.24.10~
California has some of the best hamburgers in the world. When you visit California, make sure you check in to Hamburger Haven. It’s many a local celebrities hamburger hang out of first preference, after red carpet duties in Hollywood.
This is where I had dinner tonight. Think bite-sized American tastings with a galaxy of local stars.
California has it all. Come and visit.
[Signed sealed and delivered, vintage celebrity images featured on Horiwood.Com, courtesy of: Eva Gabor of Green Acres elegant country fame, Robert Wagner of Hart to Hart detective romance time, Megan Mullally of Will & Grace for comically over-medicated, neurotic laughs, Farrah Fawcett of Charlie's Angeles California hotness and Coca-Cola . . . of course, for bleeding cool supa-hydration purposes.]
Happy Friday from L.A! :)
~Posted by Horiwood.Com for Hamburger Haven, West Hollywood California USA. 8.26.10~
“I miss my mother so much. I’m glad she’s not suffering anymore. I know she’s looking down on us.”–Redmond O’Neal to People Magazine.
Two redhead sons lost their momma’s too soon. Prince Harry Windsor and Redmond O’Neal. It has been a year since Farrah Fawcett passed away, Ryan O’Neal and Redmond remember an Angel of L.A today. Here’s our news, as you voted for Saturday 6.26.2010 and here in America, no matter what curve balls life throws our way–may we always arise with Courage To Love.
[Image courtesy of This Site and Reuters].
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 6.26.2010~
Tonight, I’m on a date with you all. It’s um… riveting. Here’s ten things you find amusing as we take the time to remember the beauty of spirit in Farrah Fawcett and the musical genius of Michael Jackson who both passed away a year ago. People like them, can never be replaced as I write this at the feet of a lady who can never be replaced in this world either. Special souls.
Here’s a snap shot of U.S tonight. Thanks for showing your love on this blog. #10 is ‘my’ girl, Miley Cyrus.
As, I’ve never really pretended to be a legitimate celebrity blogger, with that catty tone that just gets more brittle over time–I’m more love, peace, mashed sweet potato yams and mung beans–here’s the entertaining Michael K of New York City, getting a spotlight in Los Angeles today, with his trademark snark, when covering the year anniversary of two of the greatest Angeleno’s who ever lived in California.
Says Mikey K: “It was just one year ago today when Michael Jackson slipped on his rhinestone glove for the last time and jumped on Farrah Fawcett piggyback-style to ride her golden feathery waves of glamour all the way to heaven (Theme song for that image: The Neverending Theme song).
Who could forget seeing Detective La Toya dramatically run out of the hospital, drop to her knees, raise her fists into the heavens and declare vengeance on the evil souls responsible for this. At the same time, Jaclyn Smith was across town doing the same thing over Farrah Fawcett’s passing. Okay, I was stoned like a Canadian this time last year, so maybe I remember it differently, but let’s just go with it anyways.” Isn’t Michael K, just a charm. What would America do without him?
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 6.26.2010~
This image of a faucet, reminded me of the freedom of spirit found in the art of tap dancing in America. Here’s a clip for your enjoyment featuring the late Gregory Heinz playing with Sammy Davis Jr. and American tap dancing greats … as a great reminder to always Just dance around the obstacles we may encounter in life.
[Image of Hollywood icon, Farrah Fawcett - courtesy of Co Carver website for Farrah Fawcett’s legacy of Joie de Vie for life, love, happiness, and the beauty of the spirit found in knowing how to tap dance or ride a long board skate board for kicks. What I personally love about all forms of dance and dancing… is that dancing as an art moves a focus of life from the mental into the physical aspects of living and celebrating life.
Only fellow dancers with heart and soul can enter in to this joy. Dance is a language. These American legends of tap–remind us how much there is to look forward to as we get older as we dance our way through life.
[true fact: in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, India, the South Pacific and Europe-- a faucet is called "a tap."
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 5.23.2010~
It was a great night for women as embodied by Kathryn Bigelow‘s historic win for best director last night at the Oscars. Not such a good night for Farrah Fawcett‘s friends and family though, who witnessed their friend, get snubbed in the Academy’s In Memorandum scetion of the evening. It really did bring on the question of ‘why?’ for most viewers.
Ryan O’Neal tells Radar Online: “It was a terrible decision and very hurtful,” O’Neal said. “Farrah was a member of the Academy for over 40 years and we could not believe she did not get a mention.” Patrick Swayze, Michael Jackson and Brittany Murphy were included in the segment. (more…)
Just because the Oscars forget (snubbed?) this legend of Hollywood tonight in their mentions. Once an angel always an angel and Farrah Fawcett will always be synonymous with Los Angeles, The City of Angels for her contributions both onscreen and offscreen to Hollywood cultural life.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 3.7.2010~
Farrah Fawcett rates as the 26th most interesting Hollywood star this year on Horiwood.Com as a trending topic and celebrity in 2009.
Farrah’s beauty was the stuff that Hollywood legends are made of. In her day, The Charlies Angels star was the Angelina Jolie beauty of Hollywood; the jewel in the Hollywood star system.
When she developed anal cancer, her brave battle in her final days documented in Farrah’s Story moved a nation.
It was her beauty of spirit that shone through in her final film she shared with all. What a woman.
Although Fawcett’s death was quickly overshadowed by the unexpected death of Michael Jackson the same week, Farrah Fawcett is remembered in Hollywood today by angel inconography that is everywhere in American entertainment this year.
Fondly remembered and sadly missed. What a star she was.
[Image courtesy of UK Daily Mail]
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California, USA. 12.13.09~
… and he’s cool with that. Says Ryan to E! Entertainment: about the late Charlie’s Angels stars decision:
“Farrah’s and my relationship was based on a deep love and respect for one another and for our son Redmond,” the 68-year-old actor, who had proposed to his on-again love in the months before her death from cancer in June, said in a statement obtained by E! News.
“After discussing how her financial affairs would be handled in the event of her passing we agreed that our son Redmond would be the primary beneficiary of her estate. These were Farrah’s wishes and I am perfectly happy with them.
“I sincerely hope that everyone will remember and celebrate the legacy that Farrah left behind, and will now let her rest in peace.”
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 11.18.09~