Posted by Sindicator on October 4, 2010 | Comments Off
“She USED to be an extremely beautiful woman. But she’s running a race that no one can beat .. aging.” – angelleindisguise196
The comment above is not about Kim K., but(t) it may soon apply – Kim is only ’bout to be 30 years old and me thinks the naturally gorgeous Armenian may be experimenting with facial sculpture.
What do you think? Is she messing around with mother nature or is that just a butt load of bronzer and whacked-out fur lash appliqué gone wild?
At least ‘Cilla and Rourke started fighting their battles later in life. AngelleinDisguise is quoted from her comment left on the awesomeness that is the Mistress of Morph’s channel where you can find gems like these!
We will promptly post any official statement from either/both campaigns as soon as one not likely might be received…
UPDATE, Denish Response:
“The film industry has been a beacon for jobs during tough times. One of my main concerns is jump starting our economy in New Mexico. The film industry is definitely key in doing so. We need to continue to work with the industry and the Legislature provide sustainable, accountable incentives, as well as build up post production in New Mexico.” – Diane Denish 9/14/10
“IT workers who grew up in NM often consider themselves lucky to work
in their home state. If they managed to make it through the public
schools with a decent education, they are frequently lured away by out
of state universities. Recent graduates face a bleak job market and
often find that leaving NM is the only choice to advance their
career. What would you, as governor, do to nurture the development and
education of local high tech workers? How would you keep the local
talent here and what would you do to bring more high tech jobs to NM?”
- Peter Mezensky
Again, we will promptly post any official statement from either/both campaigns as soon as one might be received…
We didn’t need an investigative report but now we have one…on the heels of such prestigious nods as being named #3 in all of North America for film production, New Mexico’s largest city is now widely being hailed as the #1 City in the country for movie making.
Who would’ve thought that the 2×2 mi. New Mexico town where I grew-up would be featured in a number of major motion pictures? And my now backyard has been portrayed as everything from a post-apocalyptic gateway to evil to a scenic stand point.
These mile markers and the fact that Variety is set to rank New Mexico third best in North America for film locations just behind California and New York, according to an article posted in the Chicago Tribune online where they boast of their just off the podium ranking of fourth place, cement the status of our state as having dug in our boot heel and captured the reigns of the industry.
Places everyone! New Hollywood, New Mexico, take 3 – Acción!