HORI POTTER HOBBIT HUMOR, MAD MEN BERRY MARTINIS AND CULTURE BEING SHARED FROM HOLLYWOOD, 11.28.11 @ 8.45am
“At the coral reef, the beach tide was low like the flat Injun prairie plains of Boise, Idaho.”–Horiwood, a novel.
“You don’t have to be a fantastic hero to do certain things – to compete. You can be just an ordinary chap, sufficiently motivated. It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves.”–Sir Edmund Hilary‘s humility as wisdom in Hollywood.
What’s up with this picture? It’s like when the cast of Mad Men went for berry martinis at The Abbey with the Hollywood Maori Harry Potter blogger guy, on the way to the Arclight theater to see a film with hobbits in it in 3D. That’s too many alluvial-intellectual levels of a horticulturalists nation’s, pop cultural quircke.
Anyways, in more simpler news. Ten Hollywood entertainment news posts, you’re sharing as culture right here on Horiwood.Com via social media are:
Other Hollywood news websites, blogs and media outlets who sometimes share Harry Potter, Twilight Saga, The Hobbit news too are: E!: Hollywood News; Hollywood Reporter; Access Hollywood; Hollywood.Com; ET Online; Deadline.Com; Celebrity Gossip; Young Hollywood.; HuffPo.
~@Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 1.27.11~
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