Monday, January 16, 2006

At the Globes, 'Brokeback Mountain' Takes Top Awards

"Brokeback Mountain," a poetic film that spans a 30-year romance, based on the short story by Annie Proulx, won best dramatic film, best director for Ang Lee, best screenplay for Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana and best song.

Hurray!!

Friday, January 13, 2006

PCWorld.com - Google Talk Gets a Taste of BlackBerry

I think that this will be very cool - anything that Google does is cool it seems. Makes me wish that I had purchased some of their stock! It is still projected to go as high as $600/share. Phenonomenal...

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Has anyone seen Brokeback Mountain or more aptly "Bareback Mountin'"?

Brokeback Mountain (2005)

I caught the flick over New Years while visiting Palm Springs - talk about interesting. Palms Springs was great...I have never seen so many Gays and Greys in the same place!

The movie was good - Jake and Heath did a nice job. There were some points that were a little confusing where you have ot read between the lines.

I am disappointed that it did not get more attention and awards, however.
The Da Vinci Code (2006)

Unfortunately, I have a feeling that no matter how good the movie is...the book will always be better!

They did get a good cast line up.
CNN.com - Report: Jolie, Pitt expecting child - Jan 11, 2006

Does anyone really care? So a 30 year old celebrity got knocked up by a 42 year old Hollywood hunk and is now preggers. Big deal!
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Thursday, January 05, 2006

Pat Robertson is an Idiot - Robertson Links Sharon's Stroke to Wrath

...and the New Orleans floods to gay circuit parties...and the 9/11 bombings on moral decay, and the ACLU, abortionists, feminists, gays...

Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Dr. Tom's Traveling News and Trivia™: Battle over artifacts from Machu Picchu

I visited Peru last summer and I was amazed by the diversity of Lima, Peru. The city is teaming with people - both poor and rich. The areas of Miraflores (upscale, luxury area where I stayed) and Barranco were very interesting.

Sipping Pisco Sours by the ocean, each ceviche, and the train ride to Machu Picchu are wonderful memories! This posting reminded me of the trip and made me long for sopa de quinua. It also reminded me of the Alpaca blanket that I bought and still haven't used as well as the pottery jug that broke on the trip home! Ah...and the 'street meat' that Tom and I ate - alpaca on a stick. It tasted great, but we were both sick for days after returning from Lima. How could I forget...

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Welcome to Accidental Exposure


Let's see...I supposed I should have some purpose for starting this blog. I would like to have a forum in which I can post photographs that I have taken over the years that I see as capturing a moment in time. Some photos are posed and planned, while others just simply are...I like to call these gems "Accidental Exposures."

Enjoy...