Participatory Spirituality for the 21st Century
Here's some new post-rock, Kiwi-style.
While I too am fed up with the hype around Miley I cannot deny that I'd still like to fry my bacon in her pan.
I applaud the diva.
In some of these shots, she looks a lot like Stuart Davis.
My recent post reminds me of this song:
Love it, strong women respond to Robin Thicke's misogynistic bullshit.
If you are a Breaking Bad fan like I am you'll likely enjoy Fallon's parody:
That's church, yo. I'm a Breaking Bad addict from the first show on. Thanks.
Here's a taste of how BB would play as a 90s sitcom:
My wife and I just watched this Bollywood film tonight. I really enjoyed it (songs, dances, and all).
Thanks for providing this. I watched the first few minutes and know I'm going to enjoy it when I have time. I've always been attracted to Indian culture, music, dance, philosophy. It seems there are common roots with my European heritage, especially through Indo-European language. I guess that's why I'm into Nagarjuna's Indian Madhyamaka, and not so much when it moves to Tibet and combines with their indigenous influences.
I think you'll enjoy it; it has some inventive dance scenes and music and the story is entertaining. I just found a better upload of the movie, which has the whole thing in a single video and includes more legible subtitles: