Orli had then made David the best pair of jeans in the world. Worn in “sullen” reverence to Orli’s superior craftsmanship, on day two David’s skin would mysteriously have a glow.
The jeans made David want to dance, so they were tagged as only his jeans, for now.
In his jeans, in the kani kani of life, dance David did.
–from a line from a novel set in the future.
~Posted by Horiwodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 5.2.13~
shifting water + water cyphoning – the world’s water-based economy’s flows tracking:
If there’s one thing I noticed about the world in the last seven years has been that when it comes down to it, water currencies make the world go round. Especially, when it comes to peace on earth.
I lived in Los Angeles. It is a city consisting of 20m people (in LA and surrounding cities) where you had to purchase every drop of water to survive.
In NZ, our no.1 business story is probably farming + agriculture’s flows and how water from New Zealand is gathered together from all over the green NZ paddock to create milk powder.
The profits of the waters’ fruit in dairy, is highly sought after in Asian nations now. What do Asian nation’s want? A piece of NZ’s water supply, effectively, now turned to a protein format. So NZ’s water is still the currency being shifted (or cyphoned) from NZ’s landscape for people living afar off. (more…)
true fact: i once used to do p.r for a girl called stephanie who was the p.a of jerry seinfeld‘s private business investment portfolio companies. when jerry was making that bee movie and his wife was rocking a new cookbook in new york, stephanie (who was single) was in l.a working on her own fashion line for dog owners. she called the line k9 as jerry had told her, the usa has lots of dogs. stephanie decided to take that advice and do what jerry did, just on a product line that reflected more her own lifestyle. stephanie loved her pooch britney so much. so today, when i see a photo of the cast of seinfeld, i do think jews in entertainment who entertain. and i think stephanie too. she was so quirky angsty funny, this post reflects her humor.
lesley carter, on her wesbite is concerned that children want to create a bucket list of their own. lesley thought that was her gig on an adventurous tourism website.
carter writes: “Like the kid with the bucket on his head (in website’s new logo graphic), I want to explore and achieve greatness.
I want to travel the globe, explore new cultures, find unique adventures, and teach my daughter that we don’t have to live in a world with restrictions. That’s why I entered the Biggest Baddest Bucket List contest. Regardless if I win or not, I’m having a blast envisioning what 2013 will bring. If you want to explore the world with me, please take a minute to vote at http://www.mydestination.com/users/lesley/bbb#tab. All you need to do click on the buttons next to the video. Each click counts as a vote; happy clicking!–read in full.
in other news:
deborah chester is quite innovative: a brit resident to new zealand, chester who is also an avid entrepreneur, has thought up the K9H20 mineral vita-water range for the USA’s 78m puppies population. deborah says she has dubai, japan interested now in her venture, that lands in the usa in beef, free range chicken, fresh mint and peanut butter flavors. lol!
furthermore, chester’s biz venture prior to to that, was a tyre protection device that she supplies to Chrysler and new car dealerships. hoping to branch out in a bunch of new countries in 2013, she just gets on with it that deborah.
–that’s what jerry seinfeld‘s name reminds me of: deborah and lesley… real go getters! :)
incidentally jerry’s main business developers are lawyers. who would have thought?!
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 2.2.13~
movie development: It’s on: Entourage: The Movie is in the works. Nice one.
photo: adrian grenier.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 30.1.13~
Funny signs: This just posted in Los Angeles. The city’s fish obsession with LA humor sign too.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 25.1.13~
Sports: The LA Kings are on a show biz roll in hockey. Hollywood news placement even -watch video.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 20.1.13~
Charlize Theron was sighted in West Hollywood. So hot.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 19.1.13~
[Photo: Bauer-Griffin Online]
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 16.1.13~
Brit actor Jude Law and kids Iris and Rudy jet in to LAX. Photo: FameFlynet. More celeb pics@PeopleMag. USA’s no.1 celebrity magazine tabloid. Read by 20million in print form.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 7.1.13~
Get ya dance on. :)
Music: Riri. Be safe. Happy New Years.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 31.12.12~
“A series of disturbances and disruptions, strung together in a life beneath a name.”
–This Telling Life. from Act II of the play by Xi Shapiro.
(Shapiro-West talent management theater)
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 28.12.12~
The City of Angels is full of surprises… peep the pews…
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 27.12.12~
The Hollywood Reporter magazine’s January 10th 2013′s article on who in LA goes to church and where, is quite groundbreaking journalism for Los Angeles’ norm. Here’s some facts from it:
Bel Air Presbyterain, 16221 Mulholland Drive Built: 1956 Affiliation: Presbyterian In The Pews: Leonardo DiCaprio, Nancy Reagan, Britney Spears. The church is at the top of Muholland Dr. Just the drive out of LA to the church in itself is almost a spiritual experience. It’s beautiful at the top. (more…)
A view of cosmopolitan city people cool 2013.
Artsy Los Angeles.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 26.12.12~
2012 USA: reflecting on the naughty + nice.
Gosh… in LA… aren’t they one and the same? Or last year’s nice is this year’s naughty (more…)
At Christmas 2012, Los Angeles concentrates on tedious stories of: Rogue Pharmacists are the devil beneath a ‘health’ label.
Ivan Reitman is developing Draft Day a new NFL themed football script he hopes to direct. Reitman is working it up. Rajiv Joseph (pictured) and Scott Rothman are invisaging the script. Both writers were college buds at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where each earned a Masters of Fine Arts in Dramatic Writing. (more…)
“It would have been better all around if Peter Jackson‘s Lord of the Rings films had not come before his new, three-part version of The Hobbit,” The LA Times reviewer wrote. The film is described as “solid.” That’s still high praise from L.A. :)
–When you did such a good job on the first trilogy of hobbit films like Sir Pete did, viewers are kinda spoiled for choice really. A fair start to 1 of 3 – part II then.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 14.12.12~
In 2011, Pippa Middleton‘s cheeky turn in wearing white to a royal wedding catapulted her into a global spotlight. Americans particularly liked the shape of Pippa’s sexy rump. Read that here. Serena Williams was the no.2 most voted star last year, Pippa was voted no.1. (more…)
On the 25th December 2010 in Los Angeles, I wrote:
“I don’t know which is cuter, this image of Britney Spears and a fellow Santa fan paying a visit to this years grey power working actor in the red and white suit (that Brit Brit uploaded to her Facebook fans page) or these two puppies in the matching red and white machine wool knit dog sweaters, I found quite randomly on Tumblr? (more…)
Jews don’t celebrate Christmas. In fact if you live in the USA at Christmas time, the Jewish community can even get really aggressive when it comes to supporting non-Jewish people having a fun Christmas celebration.
American Jews take holidays as the US does and also Jewish holidays too. Believe me, Jews in the USA do worship freely too. Good on them! :)
At the same time, most non-Jewish people don’t know much about Hannukah, one of the many Jewish holiday celebrations.
The New York Times Hilary Leila Krieger is the Washington bureau chief for The Jerusalem Post. Hilary zooms the USA in on The True Meaning of Hannukah. Here’s what she wrote:
Guest Commentary: When my brother was in kindergarten, where he was the only Jewish student, a parent organizing enrichment activities asked my mother to tell the class the story of Hanukkah. My mother obligingly brought in a picture book and began to read about foreign conquerors who were not letting Jews in ancient Israel worship freely, even defiling their temple, until a scrappy group led by the Maccabee family overthrew one of the most powerful armies in the world and won their liberty.
The woman was horrified.
The Hanukkah story, she interrupted, was not about war. It was about the miracle of an oil lamp that burned for eight days without replenishing. She urged my mother to close the book. My mother refused. (more…)