Friday, September 30, 2011
I've had this interesting photograph for years and i've been unable to part with it. When you look at it and into the eyes of the sitter you will see what I mean!
I believe this is the photograph of a very young John Travolta taken around 1860 and I mean ..in the year 1860. This is a ruby glass ambrotype photograph and it is one of a kind. It hasn't been changed, tampered with or altered in anyway. It is clear and is as nice as the day it was taken roughly 151 years ago. I know..you are saying..John Travolta is alive today in 2011 and he doesn't look 151 years old.
For those of you who don't know, John Travolta is a Scientologist and many Scientologists can Time travel. The belief is that time travel is possible and may have even happened before to them in the past. Some events may not be remembered by the person. Complicated. Of course I am unsure whether he knows if he traveled backwards in time (gosh..i hope this isn't a suprise to him!) Regardless if he knows, when he travelled back in 1880 he was very young. I would have to guess around 18-20 years old. Look at the features..the chin, the jaw, the cheeks..the eyes.. it's amazing. Unfortunately the youngest photos available to the public for comparison are about 5-8 year older than he is in this photo.
The photograph is a 1\6th plate ambrotype that is housed in a full case. The repaired case has again come apart and could use some tape.
Do you want something that is ONE OF A KIND? Something that is unusual? Most likely 'Out of this World? Possibly touched in spirit by the Supreme Being.
This listing contains my opinion of the photo for sale. Please use the photos available for your conclusion before purchase. Please contact me with any questions or request for additional photographs.
I am a long time collector of old photographs. Usually I collect post mortem (after death) photographs of children and adults. I have over a hundred ambrotype, daguerrotype and tintype photographs in my collection besides this interesting photograph.
In the epic action-adventure Snow White and the Huntsman, Kristen Stewart (Twilight) plays the only person in the land fairer than the evil queen (Oscar®winner ) who is out to destroy her. But what the wicked ruler never imagined is that the young woman threatening her reign has been training in the art of war with a huntsman ( , Thor) who was dispatched to kill her. (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides) joins the cast as the prince long enchanted by Snow White’s beauty and power.
The breathtaking new vision of the legendary tale is from , the producer of Alice in Wonderland, producer (The Sixth Sense) and acclaimed commercial director and state-of-the-art visualist Rupert Sanders.
Middle Aged Man Tracks Down Little Boy And Strangles Him After the Kid Kills Him in "Call of Duty"!!!!
Mark Bradford (age 46) admitted to trackin down and choking a 13 year old boy after he said the kid taunted him while playing Call of Duty: Black Ops!!
Geek Tyrant reports:
'Bradford admitted that he "just lost it" after the boy killed him in-game. The jobless father of three proceeded to find the boy's address in Plymoth, Devon, confronted the kid and started to choke him out! He was only stopped when the boy's mother pulled him off her son. Bradford called the attack a "moment of madness."'
The child's mother had this to say:
"It’s pathetic that a grown man would attack a defenceless child like this. If you can’t handle losing to a child then you shouldn’t be playing games."
"I'd been playing the whole day and he was baiting me and baiting me and just would not shut up. He went on and on and I just lost it. I hold my hands up, I lost the plot. In a moment of madness I went round to his house. I didn't know what I was going to do."
. on the scripting process:
What were Robert Downey Jr.'s first meetings like with Whedon when the script was being developed? Well, I said, 'I need to be in the opening sequence. I don't know what you're thinking, but Tony needs to drive this thing.' He was like, 'Okay, let's try that.' We tried it and it didn't work, because this is a different sort of thing, the story and the idea and the theme is the theme, and everybody is just an arm of the octopus. But what was I like?" He laughs. "As usual, just f-ing aggressive and hurtful; whatever. The usual.
Black Widow' measuring up to the other Avengers:on '
The other day we were doing this big reveal shot of all the Avengers. Thor has got his hammer, Cap's got his shield, Hawkeye has his bow and arrow, and Hulk is huge. Then it pans over to me and I've got guns. Iron Man's like, hovering above all of us, ready to go. I was like, 'Joss... um.. do I look okay holding these guns?'" Whedon's response reassured her: "She's a total badass. She's a killing machine.
Captain America and his character in The Avengers:on the
Chris Evans says the we see inThe Avengers is a much darker, more cynical version after awakening for the first time since World War II. It's just about him trying to come to terms with the modern world. You've got to imagine, it's enough of a shock to accept the fact that you're in a completely different time, but everybody you know is dead. Everybody you cared about. He was a soldier, obviously, everybody he went to battle with, all of his brothers in arms, they're all dead. He's just lonely. I think in the beginning it's a fish out of water scene, and it's tough. It's a tough pill for him to swallow. Then comes trying to find a balance with the modern world.
Bruce Banner's motive and Tony Stark dynamic:on
Bruce Banner really wants to join The Avengers, but because of his past and the group's sort of overall fear of him, he's the outcast among outcasts. "He's the most - guy, but a total loose cannon. No one wants to set him off except for Iron Man, except for Downey, who just wants to see him pop," Ruffalo laughs. "It's funny, there's a really cool dynamic between Tony Stark and Banner. Banner actually enjoys it, and finds it really refreshing. They're a lot alike in a strange way. They're both these kind of scientists who are mavericks, kind of renegades. Banner, for all his mild-mannered mythology, he's still the dude who was testing some pretty crazy s-t on himself, so he has that rebel streak in him."
on Thor's motivation:
His hammer-pounding god is not just once again fighting Loki, his villainous brother from Asgard, but also secretly trying to protect him. "I think [Thor's] motivation is much more of a personal one, in the sense that it's his brother that is stirring things up. Whereas everyone else, it's some bad guy who they've gotta take down. It's a different approach for me, or for Thor. He's constantly having to battle the greater good and what he should do vs. … it's his little brother there," the actor says. "I've been frustrated with my brothers at times, or family, but I'm the only one who is allowed to be angry at them. There's a bit of that."
Black Widow:on Hawkeye's place in the film and with
Like Black Widow, he's the only regular human in The Avengers, which gives him a working-class-superhero pride. "The only sort of thing I cling to is the relationship of past experiences with Scarlett's character, with them both being human. I can cling to that," says Jeremy Renner. But there's no insecurity. "Quite the opposite," the actor says. "He's the only one who can really take down The Hulk with his tranq tip arrows. He knows his limitations. But when it comes down to it, there has to be a sense of confidence in any superhero."
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Michael Bracco hits us with Boba Fett meets The Creature from the Black Lagoon.
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Michael Bracco hits us with Stormtrooper Alien VS Wookie Predator.
What do you get when you mix the final scene of Texas Chainsaw Massacre with the double cross of Empire Strikes Back? LANDOFACE! By Nick Borkowicz