Saturday, April 26, 2014


Life rarely is like a film.  Problems are rarely solved somewhere between ninety minutes to two hours.  And if a movie solution to a problem makes no sense always ends up working in the movies.  If anybody tries to solve a problem with a solution that makes no sense, such a plan of action always fall apart in real life.  There is a reason for that.  Fictional movie characters are paid a salary to act a certain way and normally expect nothing less than that.  Reality never offers such clear concise direction.  Reality is messy and rarely ends up in the way it's supposed to.  And that's why people are drawn to the movies.  Because fictional movie people always succeeds down the clear path for success, even when a person is messing up with a nonsense plan that's falling apart around him/her.  And most important, movie characters never need to mow the lawn.  Movie characters never need to yank dandelion weeds out of the ground---Roots and all.  Of course, it could be written into the script, but that's a different story altogether.
And as I'm lost in thought while thinking about the movies, here are some photos of Jennifer Lawrence. 

Um. er, um, I'm not trying to be overly critical Ms. Jennifer Lawrence, but it might be helpful if you actually tried to read the newspaper right side up next time.

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