People who grow up in New York are a little bit more theatrical in their outlook on life, than growing up in other parts of the States. Lady Gaga’s whackness (her OTT snot snotty otter theatricality) seems to exemplify NYC’s love of theater to a T, yet it doesn’t always translate to people who just go WTF!
Her definition of the term G.O.A.T is a trip. Here’s a link to one blogger’s views, Myrddin Gwynedd, on Gaga’s art and self expression - Blogger Bites Back: Lady Gaga: ‘Born This Way’ video premieres VIDEO
Government owned alien territory (G.O.A.T). A bit cryptic criggereze perhaps with her acronyms constructions and lingotta bandying about as alien wisdom with mace on it now, but perhaps it’s a concept we could get used to. Like on acid or magic mushrooms or just… never.
Does anyone know the movie release date for Men In Black III with Will Smith & Tommy Lee Jones, all this alien “moon men” stuff, is sounding a wee bit MIB marketing via NASA, Gaga and well… Hollywood too as the latest spun distraction.
My money’s on NASA for the best Alien show. Why not?! For a change.
Many people (online) discussing aliens (a top trending topic yesterday in the USA for all online users via Google), keep returning to one key premise, “why have aliens never said hello” to earthlings and introduced themselves AS ALIENS on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Reality TV Shows (where else) etc etc etc – if we’re that fanatastic as humans?
That also provides food for thought. If an alien was as intelligent as people posit, wouldn’t such a being, just look at the way us human’s treat the earth, or, each other in many nations, and say hmmmmmm, no thanks, we don’t want them doing this to our planet or our alien lifestyle, either?’ So…. my money is also on green energies development over alien introductions as being a little bit more pertinent to even sustain a quest in knowing more about alien life forms.
I am all for paranormal activity though. In the main paranormal activity includes a lot of things (it can include alien themes as well) but its main discourse involves the spirit realm where there is spiritual wrestling over territories (spiritually that can translate into physical territorial rule also), that can be scientific or in a realm science doesn’t always understand, or the next big theme of a Hollywod film franchise can grasp easily as well.
Yet, alien movies do well in cinematic history. We sense a director as auteur more so than their entire cast, with a vision that’s created. Star Trek or Star Wars for example are two good ones.
Does anyone also know when Stephanie Meyer (well know Twilight Saga book series) author, will be adapating her alien series of new books to the screen, in the hopes of another Twilight box office success? She’s also doing aliens, via the USA with back to back book (and/or film) ideas, about to follow each other for at least 2-3 years.
In reality, ‘aliens’ needing our attention, not distraction, are located for REAL in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, some prisons of China, Rwanda, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran and many other nations on this earth, including the USA, before I get caught up in getting too overexcited about wrongly turned, priorities of excitement. That’s my view of alien life forms today.
I believe in science and its development for us to learn from. In the face of science, we realize how wonderful the world and universe really is, we also see a greater destiny, far beyond human hands best efforts. All power to NASA on that. It will be interesting what WikiNASAleaks happen over the next week or so, in comparing these to narratives also occurring in politics, the economy and worldwide current events.
Head on over to Myrdden Gwynedd’s link (above) to see Gaga do her costume props vision of aliens in action. I’ll opt to go with this 7 minute live piano performance of Stefani Germanotta instead when soulful performance was conveyed more in her performances… than something else. She’s amazing in this performance. What a gift.
Above pic – Diprotodon Tracks as photographed by Amy Toensing, This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Features. “On a drying lake bed in Victoria, a farmer in 2007 alerted scientists to a major find: well-preserved tracks of a Diprotodon. The slow-moving behemoth had been crossing a volcanic plain 100,000 years ago, when megafauna still walked tall.”–Science is a wonderful world.
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