I love Miranda and Blake is pretty awesome too.
First I would like to discuss jobs I admire or would want to do, but feel they are unattainable. Typically, any kind of science/math job is something I kind of ogle over. My s.o. is a geologist and works in the software end of things, and I have spent many a minute longing to do something like that. However, I am completely lost when it comes to things like advanced calculus and geomorphology…physics… *shudder* Working for organizations like National Geographic, or to be a Doctor without a Border are other pursuits I will never reach but have a lot of admiration for. I would also like to own/run a bear sanctuary, write anarchistic articles for high profile magazines and be an artist – photography is my best medium.
As for reality, I have actually done everything I set out to do. I went overseas and lived and worked and now…
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As “Scandal” star Kerry Washington readies to host “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, chatter about the show’s lack of diversity continues to build.
After cast member Kenan Thompson told TV Guide the late night show has had difficulty hiring black, female comedians because many of those women just aren’t ready and the talent pool is limited, there has been much said about “SNL’s” lack of racial and gender diversity.
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On my reading list.
Our last Photography 101 installment focused on color, so it’s only fitting that today we talk about black and white! If you’ve developed your own film in the darkroom, you know that working with black and white is a fun, rewarding experience. These days, many of you use digital cameras, so we’ll focus here on digital photography.
Over on The Gravel Ghost, photographer Merilee Mitchell wows us with her moody and evocative black and white images and photo stories: she captures vast desert landscapes, particularly in Death Valley and around California. In this post, she talks about her passion for black and white photography — and the power of telling stories in monochrome.
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Curl up with Ben & Jerry’s new “Ron Burgundy” approved ice cream, if you please, and check out the new trailer for “Anchorman: The Legend Continues.”
In a release that’s timed as only savvy marketing execs know how, the official trailer for December’s “Anchorman” sequel has been unveiled just as Ben & Jerry’s announces its new “Scotchy Scotch Scotch” flavor of butterscotch-with-butterscotch swirls goodness. (Sorry, the limited edition Scotchy Scotch Scotch doesn’t contain any actual alcohol.)
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