DÉJA VU_words of Chief Seattle 1854, Einstein 1950, Bohm 1980, still relevant 2010

at the end of each year, i often contemplate & write about how i see the world at this particular moment in time, where i am, where i have been and where i am going on my journey of becoming beauty and discovering beyond while living in urbia. 2010 has been an amazing year for me in so many ways – mind ~ body ~ spirit. again, i was thinking about our interconnectedness with each other and with the universe (big beyond) and with the earth (tiny beauty) and with our selves … READ MORE ~»

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PS-family eJournal of our Mother’s Spinal Surgery and Recovery (via various social network media tools)

“Our Mother’s doctor said, although it may take 6 months to 1 year, he expects she will make a full recovery, be better than ever and this will probably even help with her Parkinsons Disease. The surgery to repair the spinal stenosis revealed a lot of damage to her discs which hugely compressed the nerves PLUS a fractured vertabra (with subluxation), meaning our mom had a broken neck, Most likely from tripping on stairs and a fall last March!” ~ sarah nean bruce
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$50 Million Dollar (3-D) Weekend for Jackass

Really Good news for 3D, even if it takes a “Jackass” to make it more popular! ~sb “The guys proved that you can still shoot a crazy, frantic hand-held movie in 3D. The film-making style hasn’t changed at all, it’s still a bunch of dudes being chased around by a bunch of dudes with cameras. If you can make a film like this in 3D, there’s no limit to what you can do with the technology, technically speaking.~Film School Rejects Review … read/see ~more~

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3D QC_Artistic Integrity-Warner Scrubs Potter 3D (for now)

Potter 3D scrubbed by Warner Brothers and I say “Bravo” & “Brave.” In my opinion, a film is better released in 2D looking incredible than rushed in 3D with Quality Control issues that typically cause bad PR for Stereoscopic Cinema. After watching Warner Brothers’ “Clash” with my nephew Gabriel earlier this year, i had my doubts about 3D. I didn’t realize, until now, that Warner spent less than three months on that conversion. Perhaps, this is a brilliant Warner Brothers marketing move and they will re-release 3D Harry Potter Deathly Hallows – Part 1 later, like right before Part 2? ~ sarah nean bruce
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