Animals at Busch Gardens

Hey everyone,

I just wanted to share these beautiful photos of the animals at Busch Gardens when I went there last I saw a lot of animals that I normally don’t see close up. My son loves the lions and he got so close to the glass and was really brave to get that close even though there isn’t a way for them to get through. It’s still a little scary.

The funny part about this visit was while we were viewing the lions, two women started getting in a verbal fight over taking a picture. It was entertaining to say the least but the language these two were using were offensive in front of their own kids. But the lions turned and looked at them like, hey I thought we were in the cage?

Hope you enjoy the pictures and my story.










Tea Break

‘Maria Hill: We get into a situation like this again, what happens then?

Nick Fury: They’ll come back.

Maria Hill: You really sure about that?

Nick Fury: I am.

Maria Hill: Why?

Nick Fury: Because we’ll need them to. ‘ – The Avengers.

Be still my beating heart, before you beat right outta my chest. So, on the 28th of last month the little super nerd in me came out to squeal and happy dance for a while. Why, do I hear you ask? MARVEL FINALLY ANNOUNCED PHASE THREE! Oh my days, you don’t even understand how much this excites me! I feel like my life is complete! (No, I am not crazy…) Anyhow, I thought I’d give you a run down of what was announced, just in case for some terrible reason, like you’ve been locked in your room with no way to communicate with the rest of…

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Michael Keaton Dons Feathered Tights In Faux ‘Birdman Returns’ Trailer: Hot Video

Awesome news for Birdman Returns.


1992 was the year that Michael Keaton wore the Dark Knight’s mask for a second time in Batman Returns, but coincidentally it was also the year that his on-screen alter ego Riggan Thomson donned the beak for Birdman Returns. In an upcoming AwardLine interview, Keaton says that when he discussed the script for Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) with director Alejandro G. Inarritu, “I remember us spending no time about the material being reflective about me personally. We jumped immediately into other discussions. I’m sure at some point we said, we gotta figure this out….We discussed what was happening to artists, to human beings, a person’s ego.  This is more about Alejandro than it is about me, Ed Norton or Emma Stone…It’s about the effects on an artist, how they question things. Alejandro was brave with the material; he’s not coy and comes out says why he was…

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