25 February 2014
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17 December 2013

Why I have a hard time dealing with the spirit of giving in Christmas (and the concept of pasalubong).

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4 December 2013

So I Heard Anne Curtis Was Buying...

comedybyred:

So I know you guys heard about the incident involving Anne Curtis and others in Prive. I figure I can maybe try to make some money out of this. Here’s my open-project-proposal to Anne Curtis, right after her lovely picture.

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Dear Ms. Curtis,

Hello, I am Red Ollero, a comedian,…

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11 November 2013

Juan-a-Day: Collated info on HOW YOU CAN HELP #YolandaPH #ReliefPH #BangonPH

juanxi:

Dear Friends,

The Philippines in a collective state of shock and sorrow. But we are all getting together in our efforts to help our fellow Filipinos in any way we can. Information is so vital these days. Fortunately, information from devastated areas are coming in. Now, it’s our responsibility…

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6 October 2013
The margin should be 1.5 pixels.
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29 September 2013

(Source: flickr.com, via tammyypham)

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Who died and made you King of Moments?
—Raj Koothrappali (The Big Bang Theory)
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21 August 2013
Steamboat Willie was the first animated cartoon with sound. Recording was made way later after the animation was recorded in film. Walt Disney looked around New York for recording equipment with the best quality that he thought would fit the animation. It was in 1928 and Walt Disney opposed using a phonograph.
It cost $1,000 to record the all the music and sound effects. A lot of sacrifices were made, including selling Walt’s prized Moon roadster. In addition to that, majority of his studio artists were pirated away by his previous distributor just only months before.
Walt Disney continued to stay in New York, away from Hollywood where his brother, studio and wife were. He approached major distributors and was repeatedly rejected for a month.
The film opened at a Broadway theater and was critically acclaimed. It was only then when distributors wanted to distribute the Mickey Mouse series.
Steamboat Willie on YouTube

Steamboat Willie was the first animated cartoon with sound. Recording was made way later after the animation was recorded in film. Walt Disney looked around New York for recording equipment with the best quality that he thought would fit the animation. It was in 1928 and Walt Disney opposed using a phonograph.

It cost $1,000 to record the all the music and sound effects. A lot of sacrifices were made, including selling Walt’s prized Moon roadster. In addition to that, majority of his studio artists were pirated away by his previous distributor just only months before.

Walt Disney continued to stay in New York, away from Hollywood where his brother, studio and wife were. He approached major distributors and was repeatedly rejected for a month.

The film opened at a Broadway theater and was critically acclaimed. It was only then when distributors wanted to distribute the Mickey Mouse series.

Steamboat Willie on YouTube

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8 August 2013
nevver:

Shanghai Then (1987) and Now
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12 July 2013

Chris Sanders’ Lilo and Stitch pitch booklet

globalsoftpirka:

marcanimation:

This is a booklet Chris Sanders sent to some Disney execs. in 1998, before they really started developing it.

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Sorry to followers who just had to scroll through a long list of thumbnails

It’s amazing how much changed and yet how much stayed EXACTLY THE SAME.

(via asktheghosthost)

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