The Explicit Moves Like Jagger

explicit – adj. – Fully revealed or expressed without vagueness, implication, or ambiguity;  leaving no question as to meaning or intent. The music video below is the “explicit” version of Maroon 5’s #1 iTunes hit “Moves Like Jagger,” a popular song homage to Mick Jagger’s expressive motions, body language, and choreography while performing.  The video is…

Rage – A Rash Of Suicides – And Questioning Priorities

The above artwork is by Federico Erra. (Click on the images if you wish to view them individually.) © All rights reserved by the respective artists. – – – As usual, the artists, whose works are displayed within this post, have no association or connection to my ramblings. – – – Rage – A Rash…

The Rarity Of Finding Something Beautiful That Remains Beautiful For A Long Time

These artworks are by Alexander Bergstrom. (Click on the images if you wish to view them individually.) © All rights reserved by Alexander Bergstrom. alexanderbergstrom.blogspot.com – – – The Rarity Of Finding Something Beautiful That Remains Beautiful For A Long Time   ~ by OneMoreOption Many things start out beautiful, but decay prematurely because of their…

I Create Because I Wish To Build. I Build Because I Create.

The above artwork is by Ben Fernon. (Click on the image if you wish to view it larger or individually.) © All rights reserved by Ben Fernon. - – – “I Create Because I Wish To Build.  I Build Because I Create.”   ~ by OneMoreOption I publish and discuss the best things I’ve seen…

A Single Man – A Now, Solitary Man

I watched Woody Allen’s “Another Woman” again last night (‘cuz it’s free on Netflix streaming everybody!).  I watched Tom Ford and Colin Firth’s “A Single Man” this morning.  The film is based on Christopher Isherwood’s contemporary 1964 novel by the same name. I give the film 5 out of 5 stars. I recognized Jon Hamm’s (uncredited)…

The Bronte Sisters: Charlotte, Emily, and Anne – Reaching Toward Wuthering Heights

Tom Hardy and Charlotte Riley in the 2009 film “Wuthering Heights” Laurence Olivier and Merle Oberon in the 1939 film “Wuthering Heights” – – – – “The Brontë Sisters:  Charlotte, Emily, and Anne – Reaching Toward Wuthering Heights”    ~ by OneMoreOption It would have been fun to sit for an evening with the Brontë sisters: …

Despite All The Noise And Shiny Objects, The People Who Consistently Facilitate The Most Good For Themselves And Others Are The People Doing The Most Good

The above untitled artwork is by Carol Woolgar. Carol Woolgar on Flickr (Click on the image if you wish to view it individually.) © All rights reserved by Carol Woolgar. – – – – Despite All The Noise And Shiny Objects, The People Who Consistently Facilitate The Most Good For Themselves And Others Are The…

Criticism, Toy Story 3, And Why The Dinosaurs Really Went Extinct

- – – – Criticism, Toy Story 3, And Why The Dinosaurs Really Went Extinct   ~ by OneMoreOption I have a philosophy about criticism: Don’t criticize unless you clearly think some clear and convincing benefit can come from the criticism. I guess I’m tired of unnecessary criticism and excessive criticism. Take the recent film release…

Pick Fucking Fights Where The Result Of The Fight Is That Most Of The Time More People Than You Win

Pick Fucking Fights Where The Result Of The Fight Is That Most Of The Time More People Than You Win   ~ by OneMoreOption Peace is not the answer.  It’s not even remotely close. You can’t “peace” your way out of a problem and into a solution. Peace is not a verb.  It’s not an…

The Fluidity, Healthfulness, And Importance Of Masturbation

Artworks by Lauren Bentley, aka CinemaCowgirl. © All rights reserved by Lauren Bentley. – – – – The Fluidity, Healthfulness, And Importance Of Masturbation   ~ by OneMoreOption Being fluid, at ease, and proficient at masturbation is an excellent skill that will help you: a)  improve your own general health, and b)  improve your sexual…

Bryan Talbot’s The Tale Of One Bad Rat – Graphic Novel Review

I give this book 5 out of 5 stars. The graphic novel “The Tale Of One Bad Rat” by Bryan Talbot is an Eisner Award winning story about Helen Potter, a woman who was sexually abused by her father for 8 years while she was a child and teenager.  The current second edition has excellent hardcover…