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Declutter Fast

Declutter Fast How to Get Your Home in Order Almost Immediately is a systematic and a well-planned approach that helps individuals declutter their entire living space or offices instantly. Within the program, individuals learn the strategies they can use to avoid procrastination with just five minutes. It is a product of Mimi Tanner who encourages individuals to make a distinction between the cloths and the shoes that they wear from the items they need to dispose of. The program helps individuals put their houses in order by following just simple steps. It is a 71-page book and will help you make drastic changes in your house, allowing you to pay attention to what is more urgent and significant. It is a legitimate program and will help you put your home in order over a short period of time. Tens of thousands of individual of individuals have benefited from the program. You too can benefit immensely. Continue reading...

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Author: Mimi Tanner
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The Garage Sale Toolkit

This guide can teach you everything that you need to learn about planning, promoting, and profiting off of your next yard sale. Most people use a sort of spray and pray method of setting up a yard sale; putting a little bit of advanced planning into your yard sale can set it head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to how well you do. This guide shows you all of the strategies to set up your yard sale like an easy business. And don't let the word business frighten you off; this sort of business is very easy to set up and profit from! All that you need are the tools that we outline in our guide; then you can just set it up and start reaping the profits from it! You will be able to have the best of both worlds; declutter your office AND make money on the side! Continue reading...

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Author: Maria Gracia
Official Website: www.getorganizednow.com
Price: $19.00

Exercise Hey This Is No Place like Home

Think again about our fifteen-year-old, rebellious adolescent heavy-metal-rock fan and her forty-six-year-old, straight-laced, conservative, stock-analyst father. Imagine that once inside her bedroom, he loses his temper and explodes at her for repeatedly blasting her music at all hours of the day and night. He shouts at her to clean up this pig sty and start living like a normal human being. To emphasize his point, he pulls the plug on her stereo, turns off the black and red light bulbs, and returns the room to its conventional lighting. He storms out, leaving his daughter and her friend in mortified silence.

Jo from Eternal Pyramid by Anastasia Traina

In this monologue by ty adams, the character is talking on the phone. We learn a great deal about the character in this opening sequence. The conversation opens us up to the character's world of fashion. Phone monologues can be tricky. Because the character is responding to the unseen other voice on the phone, the writer of the piece must give us basic information without telling too much in the part of the phone conversation that we are hearing. The artistry in these kinds of monologues is how you let the audience follow the story without telling the whole story. If the phone monologue is going to go on for a while, you might want to give the character activities to do, such as making a drink, cleaning up, etc. Standing there for a long period of time just talking on a phone is not always very theatrical.

Torben Grodal The Psychology of Flow

This device is particularly important because it is rarely used in Psycho and marks each switch of identificatory character in the film. When the film switches its locus of identification to Bates, it does so (as Grodal argues) because there is no one else to identify with. It also marks the switch by an extraordinarily mundane sequence of action. After the shower scene, we see a drawn-out series of scenes of the details of Norman cleaning up the mess. He washes his hands, mops the tub inside and out, towels the walls and floor, repacks the car, opens the trunk, wraps the corpse in the shower curtain, and places it in the trunk. Following Bates as he moves through the hotel room marks him as the new locus of identification. Similarly, we follow Arbogast with a moving camera as he searches through the Bates Motel, and later we do the same for Lila as she snoops around the motel and the Bates home. The mood-cue approach suggests that early moments in a film alert us to crucial patterns...

Matching Flow Over A

What is the best way to show action without making the continuity appear to be mechanical Every action has a visual component that can be disassembled into its various parts. Having breakfast may mean removing the food from the refrigerator, preparing the meal, laying out the dishes, eating, and cleaning up. If a scene calls for a character to eat breakfast, all of these sundry elements would add up to some rather elaborate action that is probably irrelevant to the scene's dramatic intention. For example, if it is important to illustrate the fastidious nature of the character, how that character goes about preparing breakfast, eating, and cleaning up might be important. If the character is a slob and that is the important point to be made, then here too the various elements of the breakfast might be shown. However, if it is only important to show how quickly the character must leave home in the morning, the breakfast shots will get short shrift. The dramatic goals, first and foremost,...

The New American Film Historiography

1932 The Mighty Barnum, 1934 So Red the Rose, 1935 Sutter's Gold, 1936 Wells Fargo, 1937 The Girl of the Golden West, 1938 Young Mr. Lincoln and The Story of Alexander Graham Bell, 1939 Northwest Passage, 1940 Citizen Kane, 1941 Tennessee Johnson, 1942).83 But in social historian Leo Rosten's imaginary day in the life of a producer, everything is reducible to money The 'screwball' pictures are packing them in Mason's Wives on Leave is cleaning up, and Wolf's Alexander Hamilton, a fine historical dramatization, stands to lose 200,000. The New York office and the exhibitors say that anything 'heavy' is murder at the box office. 84 This smug shorthand had a historical sting although the other films were imaginary, Rosten was not making up Alexander Hamilton. It did lose money at the box office, as did many heavy historical films. But a number of Hollywood producers, possibly encouraged by film critics, continued to make these expensive highbrow films until wartime production and...

Animation And Special Effects

Associated with the characters, and the increasing presence of the characters at film premieres, social functions etc. as live personae - people dressed up in character costumes. In the public imagination, the characters represented a curious mix between 'fantasy' and 'reality', in which the people could recognise human traits in what for the most part were drawn animal figures, but which were nevertheless recognisable as fictional constructs performing acts outside the human capacity. These included 'gags' that could only be performed as graphic phenomena 'titillatory' imagery which challenged the parameters of the body and social behaviour and interaction which had no parallel in cultural contexts. The 'symbolic' identity of the characters was well understood - Mickey as John Doe', Donald as 'the average irascible American' Betty as the sexually harassed 'flapper', Bugs as a 'wise-ass victor' - and this, in effect, was part of their currency as 'stars'. Their dominant traits...

From Strivers Row to Bensonhurst

Father and brothers complain that they have been waiting for their dinner. While she serves the meal, one brother comments that her cooking does not match their dead mother's. She takes for granted that a woman's role involves a full day's work in an office, followed by shopping, cooking, serving, and cleaning up. Angie's only escape from this culturally mandated drudgery will be marriage, and even then, she will only start the domestic cycle over again with her own family. Her sometime boyfriend is Paulie Carbone (John Turturro), a mild-mannered guy who likes chess, reads, and intends to start night school someday. In the meantime, he lives with his father over their candy store, where he tends the fountain. The owner, Lou Carbone (Anthony Quinn), rejects the suggestion that he stock copies of the New York Times because he believes there is little call for it in this neighborhood. (The Times, it must be noted, serves as a quintessential symbol of New York only to outsiders. Within...

Genre Adaptations Westerns Crime And Film Noir

Crime and gangster films, including films noirs, are also heavily indebted to literary sources, many of them now gaining belated critical respect. Here, too, a considerable laxity in transformation from book to film has been widespread, even with major writers such as Raymond Chandler (1888-1959) and Dashiell Hammett (1894-1961), where only The Maltese Falcon (1941) has survived intact in its adapted form. Less reputable writers such as James M. Cain (18921977), Jim Thompson (1906-1977), Cornell Woolrich (1903-1968), and David Goodis (1917-1967) have nevertheless provided the basis for some of the finest of American (and also French) films, once again in the form of loose or free rather than strict adaptations. Cain's Double Indemnity, The Postman Always Rings Twice (filmed at least four times to date), and Mildred Pierce were turned into 1940s classics, and a sudden vogue for Thompson produced several adaptations in the 1980s and 1990s, the most successful probably being Coup de...

Manifest Destiny versus the White Mans Burden

The conflict between civilization and savagery is handled differently in the two genres. The classic Western uses this conflict as a justification for the process of westward expansion and Manifest Destiny. In offering a definition of Manifest Destiny in 1846, William Gilpin, a soldier, politician, and promoter, asserted that the untransacted destiny of the American people is to subdue the continent (Smith 37). In these films, there is no overarching moral imperative other than the enrichment of the lives of the people moving west. The classic Western is concerned with taming the land and containing or exterminating savage elements, either indians or outlaws, who threaten the well-being of the settlers. When conflict occurs, the hero's stand against lawlessness is often motivated by revenge rather than a desire to protect the community. This pattern was prevalent enough for Will Wright to classify it as the vengeance Western. His list of plot elements includes the villains do harm to...

Rehearsal Schedule

Fourth week First and second days, A.M. Have stop-start run throughs of whole play followed by notes P.M. Clean up trouble spots and have stop-start run through and notes. Third day No stop run-throughs and notes. Fourth day to Opening Run-throughs, Dress rehearsal, cue-to-cue Tech rehearsal, Tech Dress, previews followed by notes.

Preparation

Occasionally, you may want to reorder the setup in which you are filming, just to make it easier to shoot. I try not to do this too often because people may feel uncomfortable with the arrangements. So you weigh the pros and the cons before making such a decision. The converse of this is to ask your participants not to transform interesting backgrounds into ordered sterility by cleaning up the filming area.

Still Other Avenues

Like their earlier works, Bringing Out the Dead takes a poetic, almost voyeuristic look at the darkest side of New York life. Frank Pierce (Nicolas Cage) drives through midtown as an emergency medical technician. Like Travis in his cab, Frank looks out at the street life through the windows of his ambulance, but with an important difference. Travis at first struggles to remain passive and tolerant despite his contempt for what he sees as the low life around him, until he casts himself in the role of an avenging angel and resolves to clean up the dirt himself though his bloody, suicidal rampage. Frank, by contrast, wants to help the derelicts, addicts, and wounded criminals he ferries over to Our Lady of Perpetual Mercy Hospital (in reality St. Clare's on Fifty-first Street) in Hell's Kitchen (now renamed Clinton) on the West Side of mid-Manhattan.

Failure

Movie tough-guy Sylvester Stallone has stunned his Hollywood pals with an amazing right-wing outburst. The former Rocky and Rambo star wants a ruthless leader, like the fearless Judge Dredd in his new 50 million sci-fi movie, to clean up the world. Stallone believes society is in a sordid spiral of decline into a twilight zone of violence illustrated in his new fantasy epic. . Now Stallone is calling for criminals who use guns to be hanged within 24 hours.

Attorneys

Although forming a company is not brain surgery, creating the company's internal documents can be tricky and is a task better left for your attorney. After all, you should be worrying about developing a screenplay, not how to draft the operating agreement provision on tax treatment of membership interests. It is important to bring in your attorney early on in the process of establishing your company. No, I'm not shilling for lawyers here.You will actually save money on legal fees by making sure that everything is done right in the beginning, rather than bringing in a lawyer after the fact to clean up problems.

The Production Code

In 1930 a more formal set of rules called the Motion Picture Production Code was introduced in Hollywood but this was not enforced until 1934. During those four years, censorship was lenient and film-makers took full advantage, with the result that sex and violence routinely found their way onto the screen. In 1934, however, the studios were under intense pressure to 'clean up' or face government legislation and they agreed to self-regulation through the Code. The studios were feeling the effects of the Great Depression and radio's growing popularity. In an attempt to appease religious groups engaged in box-office boycotts and to ward off the possibility of costly governmental censorship, the MPPDA instead amended the 1930 Code 'to give it coercive power over member producers'. The amendments were formally adopted on 12th July 1934. Self-regulation was quickly and generally accepted for three reasons its standards were uniform and national, it saved the studios huge editing and...

Making Money With Garage Sales

Making Money With Garage Sales

Is your home bursting at the seams with stuff? Is every closet crammed so full that any one of them is a death trap waiting to be opened? Has it been years since the last time you parked the car in the garage? Never fear, help is on the way. You need to get rid of some of that stuff. Dont you dare call it junk. Remember, one man or womans trash is another ones treasure!

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