Monday, December 06, 2010
I think this vampire Santa cartoon is funny today and am cross-posting it. Shows like Vampire Diaries and Twilight have pushed the Vampire definition too far. Remember fear of daylight, before magic rings?
The other day I got a mean comment from a lady who was sad about a break up, on my Spark-page. My finger slipped and I said I "liked" that she broke up with her husband. I know some people who have been pretty happy about getting the strength to leave a bad relationship. Ever watch the Chapel show episode where girls at hip hop clubs have "newly single" parties with all their friends, yelling with whistles and kazoo noise makers about their latest breakup? The parents of OJ Simpson's wife would have been far more happy if she had broken up with her husband, compared to what did happen to her. You can't always take for granted that divorce is an "unhappy" thing for people, and they automatically are angry about it. People are going to have strange opinions about things posted on the internet. I have had many people yell at me for controversial things I have said, it is part of Internet activity.
On a happier note, here is a trivia fact I did not know. My uncle in Hollywood knows and has photos with this guy:
"Which renowned American film director, producer and screenwriter is the uncle to actor Nicolas Cage?
Your answer: Francis Ford Coppola
Born in 1939, Coppola was the brother to actress, Talia Shire ("Rocky" 1976) and August Coppola, the father of Nicolas Cage, whose birth name was Nicolas Kim Cappola. Beginning his career in 1963, Francis Ford Coppola was best known for his trilogies of "The Godfather" (1972), the 1974, "Part II" sequel, and the final chapter of "The Godfather Part III"