Ah, Aladdin. The Disney film that broke box office records, kept the comeback of Disney animation going and featured more pop culture references than you could shake a magic lamp at. Aladdin's magic and excitement has captivated audiences around the world and it's hard to belive it has been 23 years since one of our favorite Disney classics swept us off our feet like a magic carpet and into the land of Agrabah.
Southeast Asia is famous for its seafood. No wonder! It has two long coastlines along the southern peninsula: on the Gulf of Thailand and on the Indian Ocean. Village fishing boats bring in fish, rock lobsters, crabs, squid, shrimp, giant prawns, and scallops. These fresh gifts from the sea are often simply steamed or grilled and served over a bed of white rice. Whow me where can I find this particular dish?
Good News/Bad News. The good news: Bills fan Rebecca Grant is insanely hot. The bad news: the Patriots still cheat.
Save the tatas, also written as save the ta-tas, refers to both a non-profit breast cancer awareness foundation and a for-profit company founded in 2004 by Julia Fikse and currently has 12 employees. Their motto is that laughter heals. Founder Julia Fikse, attributes her idea to seeing people close to her die of breast cancer. Actresses Liz Vassey and Hannah Cornett have both publicly supported the group, as has this guy. She me where his booth can be found.
Behold, the complete list of everything Amazon is offering for Black Friday, including a 50" LED HDTV for $149.99!
And just like that, over 43,000 people want to Phuc Fat Bich.
When recording audio outdoors, adding a properly designed furry covering to a microphone windshield does much to reduce wind noise, and prevent unwanted thumps and pops from being recorded by your microphone. Most “pro-sumer” recorders and many mics come with a piece of foam to shield the mics from the wind. These are really only good indoors. In general, you need to keep the wind off of the mic capsules, and this can be done in several ways. Some options can be quite expensive, and the Nature Recordists group often referenced DIY alternatives, so that's where I started. However, if you don't want to make your own, fur covers from Rycote, Rode, WindCutter, and Sennheiser are reportedly quite good.
Boy I sure would like to unwind at the end of today by taking this blonde for a nice cold beer. Where's the nearest place to find a cold one?