Wednesday, 27 August 2014

I Stop Smoking

I stop smoking May 3. This has been hard, and genuinely, I have been extremely disagreeable until a week ago. I am trusting that I am over the most exceedingly bad of it. My remedy runs out June 21st. I could get an alternate month supply, yet I would rather sock away the $100 for graduate school. So wish me good fortune!

I have been practicing since I stop. Be that as it may the scale didn't move until I began viewing what I consume. I am after a rendition of the glycemic file diet. I did put on some weight when I first quit smoking, so regardless I have some ground to make up. I understand that this is going to must be an every day offer in my life since I have osteoporosis. I am dependent upon 45 minutes on the treadmill consistently, 30 minutes of weights substituting with 45 minutes of yoga.

My pulse has been here and there. It is basically push prompted. However I am trusting that by stopping smoking and getting in shape, I will have the capacity to hold it under control.

So in the event that I achieve my objective, I will post pictures of myself. Don't get excessively energized -nothing of my face and the obscene bits will be secured.

I may even do a HNT, only for my most loved deviants out there.

Monday, 25 February 2013


After Boyd joins the seven other inhabitants of Fort Spencer, a stranger named Colqhoun arrives and describes his wagon train becoming lost in the Sierra Nevadas and being reduced to cannibalism to avoid starvation. The party's guide, a Colonel Ives, had promised the party a shorter route to the Pacific Ocean but instead led them on a more circuitous route, and was then the one to lead their turn to cannibalism. The soldiers stationed at the fort see it as their duty to investigate and search for survivors, and so assemble a rescue party. Before they leave they are warned by their Native American scout, George, of the Wendigo myth; a story that a man consuming the flesh of his enemies takes their strength but becomes a demon cursed by a hunger for human flesh.

Monday, 30 July 2012


During the Mexican-American War (1846 – 1848), Second Lieutenant Boyd fights in the United States Army (Boyd is obviously a former officer in the Army of the Republic of Texas, that merged with the US Army in 1846 - he still wears the Texas Army rank insignia of second lieutenant: one five pointed star on each shoulder strap). But in battle his courage fails him, and, to avoid being killed, he plays dead—while his unit is massacred. He is transported along with the other dead (with his commanding officer's blood dripping into his mouth) back to the Mexican headquarters. However, in a moment of sudden bravery, he captures the Mexican command. For his heroism Boyd is promoted to Captain, but when his commanding officer learns of the cowardice by which his victory was achieved, he exiles Boyd to the remote Fort Spencer in the Sierra Nevada mountain range.

Friday, 26 August 2011


Ravenous is a 1999 horror film directed by Antonia Bird and starring Guy Pearce, Robert Carlyle and Jeffrey Jones. The film revolves around cannibalism in 1840s California and some elements bear similarities to the story of the Donner Party and that of Alferd Packer. Screenwriter Ted Griffin lists Packer's story, as recounted in a couple of paragraphs of Dashiell Hammett's The Thin Man, as one of his inspirations for Carlyle's character. The film's darkly humorous and ironic take on its gruesome subject matter have led some to label it a black comedy. The film's unique score by Michael Nyman and Damon Albarn generated a significant amount of attention. The film's production did not get off to a good start. Original director Milco Mancevski left the production two weeks after shooting started. He was replaced by Bird at the suggestion of Carlyle, who had worked with Bird on the film Priest.