The Wonder Woman of Themyscira short fan film that I shot a cameo in back in July debuted today on Youtube and on Rainfall TVs’ own site (and a few other places like geekology, etc) -
So far, the buzz has been amazing – from how did they shoot it, why did they shoot it, why isn’t Warner Brothers (the entity that owns WW/DC) waking up and making our female superhero dreams reality to how the hell is there a black or “whatever she is” Amazon (had to love that one…try actually reading a WW comic book first?) -
Here she is folks: featuring Rileah as Wonder Woman, Clare, Kimi, America and yours truly -
Thoughts? Production: Rainfall tv
Have people stopped talking about Miley Cyrus yet? I’m over it, actually have never been under it.
If her family, close friends or perhaps her children one day ask her, ‘Mommy, Y U swing naked on construction equipment?’ that is her question to answer and hers alone.
Moving onward, upward.
A Twitter pal, who just so happens to be an ARTIST, sent me an amazing piece of artwork -
He goes by Arne AKA Ratscape and sketching people in superhero/nerd/geek glory just happens to be a pasttime of his! One of my faves is Rosario Dawson as a Vulcan - check out a bit more of his work here.
I am NOT NOT NOT an actress – but let me tell you, I would give a good portion of my shoe collection to charity if I could get an audition to play one of my childhood heroes, X-Men’s STORM (the other was Wonder Woman, duh), on the big screen. Sigh.
TODAY I am going to attempt to post a booty exercise on my Facebook page that is actually kind of FUN (yes, exercises can be a gas!) as long as you have a Swiss/Fitness Ball at home (if you don’t, now’s the time to get one) or in your favorite GYM, you are all set.
I am going to stop shopping cold turkey. Ask me tomorrow when I am sitting here blogging and breaking out in a cold sweat.
Wow. I’m kind of disgusted with myself for staying away so long – but you can BRACE YOURSELVES for a ridiculously long post.
*I’ll explain that headlining photo after the jump -
In my lamest of defenses – I am VERRRRY active over on my Stalkbook/Facebook page — if you haven’t followed or subscribed to me there, I must IMPLORE that you do (as Facebook does NOT allow me to “friend” anyone anymore, my entire page is WIDE THE HECK OPEN to anyone who subscribes. Oh, stop and just do it).
Truth: LIFE is out of control these past few months! In a good way, of course – but crazy nonetheless. Hence, my little “break” from blogging.
Let’s recap, shall we? A few things that have “gone down” since I last blogged (pathetic! Hey give me credit for admitting it?): Keep Reading
Captain Obvious to the rescue AGAIN.
Federal court has ordered global casual shoe brand Skechers USA Inc. to give 520,000 customers full refunds on their trainer purchases in a $40 million+ class action lawsuit: The company claimed that wearing their $80USD Shape-Ups, $54 Resistance Runner and their $40 ToneUps would actually help you, the gullible customer, to lose weight faster.
The courts considered multiple factors in deciding to approve the settlement and found it provides just compensation to the plaintiffs.
The settlement amount covers more than 70 lawsuits from across the USA. The lawsuits were consolidated in federal court in Louisville. Skechers denied the allegations but said it settled to avoid long litigation.
The CEO of [semi] popular co-ed fave brand Abercrombie & Fitch, Mike Jeffries [pictured] is still REFUSING to add larger sizes of women’s clothing to the stores. They only want “attractive and thin” people wearing their label, and they make no apologies.
When I first saw this story popping around reddit, not gonna lie to you – I thought it was a joke. I haven’t shopped in that store since college, how would I know?
Did some research on the American-retailer and on the news regarding their controversial stance on “acceptable women’s sizing” blah blah blah – come to find out, dude & Co. is serious.
“We go after the cool kids. We go after the attractive all-American kid with a great attitude and a lot of friends. A lot of people don’t belong [in our clothes] [in our stores], and they can’t belong. Are we exclusionary? Absolutely. Good-looking people attract other good-looking people, and we want to market to cool, good-looking people. We don’t market to anyone other than that.” Keep Reading
HAPPY STAR WARS DAY!!! Annnnnd it’s almost SUMMERTIME….
Today’s open post is regarding my “workout program change-up”: peep the attached piccie of ME>>>…PHOTOS 1 and 3 were taken one year ago on May 4th, 2012 – and 2 and 4 were taken TODAY (same pants!):
Let me start by saying this: I work hard, I care about and respect my body. But I do not obsess. I was fine a year ago and I feel the same now: HEALTHY. Keep Reading
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I need to spend LESS time on the internets. Oh and YES I realize that I have NO EXCUSE for being absent this long…but I haven’t really. I’ve been WRITING new stizz-nuff.
BACK TO TOPIC: Just read that according to a recent “study” performed on 200 newlywed couples by the University of Tennessee, both men AND women stay happiest in relationships when the woman’s BMI (‘Body Mass Index’) is lower than the male’s. Oh, hell. Here we go.
Filed under: No sh%#.
Paving the way for mini-skirt season? The new ‘craze’ of doing workouts in high heels or stilettos has spawned a series of classes erupting like a boil on the sweaty back of the fitness industry. Read on…
With spring coming earlier this year, a slew of sexyexercise classes seeks to help you enhance your gait even more by offering group sessions to women who want to work out in, you guessed it, high heels.
Stiletto Fitness Classes in Kansas City, M.O. touts itself as a “core and lower body high-impact strength and training fitness class.” Created by former dancer Coryelle Abney, her class helps women look graceful wearing heels while offering a serious calorie burn. The women saunter Keep Reading
Because a ’6 pack’ was so last year….
So I love ANATOMY – anything to do with the human machine, you had my interest - now you’ve got my attention…
THIS ONE is from Black Milk Clothing $90.