25.9.12

FOUND POEM: we can be smile to death


Did you know that youtube videos now can provide a transcribed text?  I've just checked on the trailer for The Henry Books and what a strange little found poem it is.

0:06
henry synthroid left to ask questions and loves to hear stories
0:14
said henry
0:15
tell me about when i was still on
0:18
when he was small says his father
0:20
used to work for a toboggan
0:24
when you were small he's just a chess pieces
0:27
because our chessboard was missing one of the night huge
0:30
with a prediction that
0:33
when you were small businesses to give back in a teapot
0:36
and when you went down we purchase tippy robert employees about
0:43
tell me about where it came from acts henry
0:48
says his father
0:49
was so long ago now that it is difficult to remember
0:54
i think you festoon carved from a spaceship
0:58
six is neither
1:00
don't shoot me man
1:01
your father saw red balloon appear
1:04
far-off in the sky
1:06
and at the end of the string there you were
1:09
forty nine fifty a lot of
1:13
milan says his father
1:15
till shooting them
1:16
recounted in a plastic floating down the river
1:20
feeding out for a picnic and at least perfect and
1:24
perfect blue sky date
1:29
tell me about when you were smiling
1:33
psychiatrist lives today
1:36
bestfriend westerly
1:39
when i was small
1:40
i could east onyx single raspberry
1:44
when i was strong kaplan since took me one effective
1:49
henry loves his parents stories
1:53
in stories he says
1:55
we can be smile
1:57
to death
2:19
tell me a story



9.9.12

Strindberg and Helium

Given that MISERY! is a big catchphrase around our house, how did we miss the fact that there is now a fifth Strindberg and Helium video?





Worth visiting their site to view the section titled Imposters.  
If I had a baby or toddler I'd totally be stealing that Hallowe'en costume idea!

2.9.12

Recipe for Love

This is properly sweet!


 


This is the work of Halifax teen Gwyneth Christoffel.  The film took first place in  Viewfinders NBC Universal Film Challenge.  Recommended by the lovely Glenda MacFarlane, who to me embodies the edict "keep smiling through."