ordered your e-book and enjoyed it immensely. I've recommended
it to multiple groups that I'm a part of."
--Holly G., hollyg @ nettally.com
only free pictures of viggo mortensen would include the many
galleries from fan websites including this one.
of Violence opens September 30, 2005.
showing will be at Cannes:
ANGELES, CA--(MARKET WIRE)--Apr 20, 2005 -- "A History of
Violence," the highly anticipated new thriller from acclaimed
filmmaker David Cronenberg, will make its world premiere in
competition on Monday, May 16th at 10:30 pm as part of the 2005
Cannes Film Festival, it was announced today by Rolf Mittweg,
President and COO of Worldwide Distribution & Marketing."
Mortensen picture from El Capitan Alatriste photocall:
you to Pilar Massaguer for translating this text from a Spanish
actor, born in New York 46 years ago, showed his moustache, his blue
eyes and his perfect Castilian (Spanish) in his recent visit to
Spain to get acquainted with the background in which his adventure will
Picture of El
Capitan Alatriste cast:
June 3, 2005.
Crowe's new website. Includes lyrics, news, gallery.
of Heaven Movie
of Heaven Movie Review
May 6, 2005.
movie is Rated R. It will be interesting if this rating will
prevent the young age group of Orlando Bloom's fans from seeing the
Bloom Backgrounds from Kingdom of Heaven movie.
Child Becomes An Example Of The Theory Of Evolution
A few months ago, when my son was six years
old, he asked, “Mom, does God have babies?”
My immediate answer was “Yes, through
that was the best answer I could think of at that time. Then he asked, “Where do babies come from?” And I answered, “From Mom’s tummies.” He seemed to have accepted this answer for the time being.
Then a few weeks ago, he asked, “Is there
acid in tummies?” And
I answered, “Yes, to help digest the food.” And he asked, “What is digest?” It breaks down the food until it becomes liquidy so our
intestines can absorb the vitamins and minerals into our cells. When I said, “cells,” he knew what I meant because we had
talked about it previously and he explained to me what cells were to
show me what he knew.
To confirm my answer, he asked again, “So
acid makes the food smaller in the tummy?” I answered, “Yes.” Then
he asked, “Well, if acid digests the food in the tummy, how can
the baby survive in the tummy?”
The time had come when I knew that the tummy
explanation wasn’t good enough and I had to correct myself and
explain that babies actually are kept in the dark in the uterus and
this was near the tummy. I
explained that I had told him that babies were in the tummy before
because the baby was in the vicinity of the “belly.” This went on for more explanations until he had proven his
theory that babies are not kept in tummies.