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Boggie Nights Meets Star Wars
3 Jun 2007
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August 1, 2006. CLEAR BOGGY CREEK, Oklahoma, United States. CBS News: An old legend is emerging from the woods once again: During the last week there have been multiple sightings of a "Bigfoot" in rural Oklahoma. Store owner Larry Watson set-up cameras hoping to catch a glimpse of the elusive creature. He captured several photos that show a large, hairy animal wandering about a wooded area. While it i More..s difficult to determine if it is a Bigfoot, a bear or a joke from the snapshots, two children said they spotted the strange beast at Clear Boggy Creek in Atoka County. "It was tall, it was brown, it had long shaggy hair, long legs and long arms," said 13-year-old Morgan Whatley. Officials initially passed Whatley's claim off as a case of an over-active imagination, until another sighting several days later. Police said a woman in her 50s suffered an anxiety attack and had to be transported to a local hospital after spotting a sizable hairy creature in her yard. In early July, there were several reports of a Bigfoot seen near Old Camp Maxey in Lamar County.
2 Sep 2008
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“Swamp Stalker: airs Wednesday February 18th at 9 PM - In the marshy swamp land of Texarkana a legendary beast has hunted the residents of a small Arkansas town. Their story was immortalized in a well known movie, The Legend of Boggy Creek. The real events were a series of violent nocturnal attacks that left behind not only fear and panic, but also remarkable tracks. But the evidence is not just confined to history. Scientific clues continue to this day, and point to a malevolent monster that stalks the Deep South, with physical encounters by trained trackers and discoveries of tracks and scat. The strongest evidence will be examined using the latest scientific testing and two MonsterQuest teams isolate the search area using both kayaks and horse-back, penetrating deep into territory that may be the home of the swamp stalker.
13 Feb 2009
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Men Having Babies is an annual panel discussion on reproductive issues for partnered and single gay men. A statement made by Terri Boggis in her introduction about Alice in Wonderland and some photographs my sister took of me with my 6-month old nephew inspired the creative opening sequence, where I animated a still photograph of myself to make it appear that I was walking across a grassy field to a mirror. I hope to be a father myself someday, so reproduction and children have become a recurring theme in my work, along with spirituality.
28 Mar 2009
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"Coming out at 70" was a sobering yet humorous insight into something we all face, yet try to deny; getting older. Terry Boggis recounted her unforgiving look in the mirror at herself, and by association, ourselves, when we realize how we are perceived by the younger generation as we age. Amber Hollibaugh "stole the show" with her engaging wit and humor about an issue that many of us find disturbing to face; our own mortality. The title sequence was my 2nd time using Motion software, something I had been comparing and contrasting with Adobe After Effects.
7 Apr 2009
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Wes Anderson * Fantastic Mr. Fox * RealTVfilms / SYNOPSIS -It is the story of one Mr. Fox and his wild-ways of hen heckling, turkey taking and cider sipping, nocturnal, instinctive adventures. He has to put his wild days behind him and do what fathers do best: be responsible. He is too rebellious. He is too wild. He is going to try "just one more raid" on the three nastiest, meanest farmers that are Boggis, Bunce and Bean. It is a tale of crossing the line of family responsibilities and midnight adventure and the friendships and awakenings of this country life that is inhabited by Fantastic Mr. Fox and his friends. Written by Cinema_Fan CAST: George Clooney, Meryl Streep,Jason Schwartzman,Bill Murray,Willem Dafoe, Owen Wilson
1 Nov 2009
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Mr and Mrs Fox live an idyllic home life with their son Ash and visiting young nephew Kristopherson. But after 12 years, the bucolic existence proves too much for Mr Fox's wild animal instincts. Soon he slips back into his old ways as a sneaky chicken thief and in doing so, endangers not only his beloved family, but the whole animal community. Trapped underground and with not enough food to go around, the animals band together to fight against the evil Farmers -- Boggis, Bunce and Bean -- who are determined to capture the audacious, fantastic Mr Fox at any cost. Release Date 13 November 2009 Starring George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Bill Murray, Owen Wilson
24 Jan 2011
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Director Wes Anderson talked about the making of a scene in "The Fantastic Mr. Fox." Copyright © 2009 Fox Searchlight Pictures In theaters: November 13, 2009 Genre: Family Director: Wes Anderson Cast: George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Jason Scwartzman, Bill Murray, Wally Wolodarsky, Eric Anderson, Michael Gambon FANTASTIC MR. FOX is visionary director Wes Andersons first animated film, utilizing classic handmade stop motion techniques to tell the story of the best selling childrens book by Roald Dahl (author of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and James and the Giant Peach). The film features the voices of George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, Wally Wolodarsky, Eric Anderson, Michael Gambon, Willem Dafoe, Owen Wilson, Jarvis Cocker Mr and Mrs Fox (Clooney and Streep) live an idyllic home life with their son Ash (Schwartzman) and visiting young nephew Kristopherson (Eric Anderson). But after 12 years, the bucolic existence proves too much for Mr Foxs wild animal instincts. Soon he slips back into his old ways as a sneaky chicken thief and in doing so, endangers not only his beloved family, but the whole animal community. Trapped underground and with not enough food to go around, the animals band together to fight against the evil Farmers - Boggis, Bunce and Bean - who are determined to capture the audacious, fantastic Mr Fox at any cost. Rated: GENERAL AUDIENCES by MPAA.
28 Nov 2009
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*******www.movieclown**** It is the story of one Mr. Fox and his wild-ways of hen heckling, turkey taking and cider sipping, nocturnal, instinctive adventures. He has to put his wild days behind him and do what fathers do best: be responsible. He is too rebellious. He is too wild. He is going to try "just one more raid" on the three nastiest, meanest farmers that are Boggis, Bunce and Bean. It is a tale of crossing the line of family responsibilities and midnight adventure and the friendships and awakenings of this country life that is inhabited by Fantastic Mr. Fox and his friends. Watch this and other movies online for free at *******www.movieclown****
29 Nov 2009
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*******www.movieclown**** It is the story of one Mr. Fox and his wild-ways of hen heckling, turkey taking and cider sipping, nocturnal, instinctive adventures. He has to put his wild days behind him and do what fathers do best: be responsible. He is too rebellious. He is too wild. He is going to try "just one more raid" on the three nastiest, meanest farmers that are Boggis, Bunce and Bean. It is a tale of crossing the line of family responsibilities and midnight adventure and the friendships and awakenings of this country life that is inhabited by Fantastic Mr. Fox and his friends. Watch this and other movies online for free at *******www.movieclown****
29 Nov 2009
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*******www.movieclown**** It is the story of one Mr. Fox and his wild-ways of hen heckling, turkey taking and cider sipping, nocturnal, instinctive adventures. He has to put his wild days behind him and do what fathers do best: be responsible. He is too rebellious. He is too wild. He is going to try "just one more raid" on the three nastiest, meanest farmers that are Boggis, Bunce and Bean. It is a tale of crossing the line of family responsibilities and midnight adventure and the friendships and awakenings of this country life that is inhabited by Fantastic Mr. Fox and his friends. Watch this and other movies online for free at *******www.movieclown****
29 Nov 2009
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Baserad på den älskade historien av Roald Dahl (Kalle och Chokladfabriken ) kommer filmen om den ädle charmige och fantastiske räven som använder sin slughet för att överlista de tre elaka bröderna Boggis, Bunce och Bean. För regin står hyllade Wes Anderson (”Darjeeling Limited”, ”The Royal Tenenbaums”) och rösterna görs av bl.a. George Clooney och Meryl Streep.
9 Apr 2010
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Mr. en Mrs. Fox (Clooney en Streep) hebben een idyllisch leven samen met hun zoon Ash (Schwartzman) en hun jonge neefje Kristofferson (Eric Anderson), dat bij hen logeert. Na twaalf jaar te hebben genoten van een rustig familieleven, brengt het gezapige bestaan het wilde dier in Mr. Fox naar boven. Hij haalt al gauw weer zijn oude streken uit als stiekeme kippendief. Hierdoor brengt hij niet alleen zijn geliefde gezinnetje, maar ook de gehele dierengemeenschap in gevaar. Ze verbergen zich onder de grond met genoeg voedsel om het een tijdje uit te houden en smeden een strijdplan tegen de kwaadaardige boeren Boggis, Bunce en Bean, die vastbesloten zijn de roekeloze, fantastische Mr. Fox in de kraag te grijpen. Uiteindelijk gebruikt hij zijn natuurlijke instinct om zijn familie en vrienden te redden. Fantastic Mr. Fox is de eerste animatiefilm van regisseur Wes Anderson. In deze film wordt gebruik gemaakt van klassieke stop-motion technieken om het verhaal te vertellen van het populaire kinderboek van Roald Dahl (schrijver van Charlie and the Chocolate Factory en James and the Giant Peach).
29 Apr 2010
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Mr. & mrs. Fox nyder en idyllisk tilværelse sammen med deres søn Ash og nevøen Kristofferson, der netop er kommet på besøg. Men efter 12 års fredeligt hjemmeliv er det blevet for stillestående for mr. Fox; hans slumrende dyriske instinkter vækkes til live. Snart er han igen i gang med sine gamle unoder som hønsetyv og bringer dermed ikke kun sin egen elskede familie, men hele dyrekolonien i fare. Da dyrene bliver fanget under jorden uden føde nok til alle, slutter de sig sammen i kampen mod de nedrige gårdejere – Boggis, Bunce og Bean – som er indædt opsatte på at fange den dumdristige, fantastiske mr. Fox, og han må nu udnytte al sin snilde for at redde sine nærmeste.
10 Jun 2010
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Join me and Lyle as we have a 1 hour discussion about The Beast Of Boggy Creek which is what he will be discussing this weekend at the Sacramento Ufo Conference *******sacufocon****/ to listen to future shows live go to *******www.paranormalpalace****/ To learn more about Lyle go to *******www.monstrobizarro****/
15 Jun 2012
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Victorian Britons knew all about walking. It was part of daily life. However, organized rambling was a totally different matter. G.H.B. Ward (1876-1957) began life as an engineer at a local steel works in Sheffield. In the autumn of 1900, he placed an advert in a newspaper inviting people to join him on a moorland walk. As a result, 13 people turned up for what is thought to be the first ever organized public walk - around the Kinder Scout plateau on 2 September 1900. This led to the formation of the Sheffield Clarion Ramblers which is recognized as the first working class ramblers club and which became the forerunner of the great ramblers’ movements we know today. As one Clarion man wrote of the group's first ramble in 1900: If our feet were on the heather, our hearts and hopes were with the stars. This mystical communion with the open air, with sore feet on the pathway to Heaven, is reflected on every splendid page of The Best of the Sheffield Clarion Ramblers' Handbooks. The book's editor, David Sissons, has devoted 12 years to researching Ward, who, as a good socialist, refused an OBE for his services to the great outdoors but accepted an honorary M.A. from Sheffield University which was awarded on his deathbed! Sissons describes the old man's outlook as applied Wordsworth, putting into practice the poet's ideals, trying to raise the working class to a higher level. Ward was obsessed with heights, distances and directions. For every hour he spent on the moors, he would spend another burrowing in the archives through Enclosure Acts and Charity Commissioners' reports. In 1907, Ward participated in the illegal mass trespass on Bleaklow, a fore runner of the 1932 mass trespass. In 1910, he became the founding editor of the Sheffield Clarion Ramblers Club Handbook and chaired the Sheffield Clarion Ramblers until his death in 1957. In 1926, he founded the Sheffield and District Federation of the Ramblers Association. In 1945, the Ramblers Association bought him the summit of Lose Hill in the Peak District which was named Ward's Piece and which he subsequently presented to the National Trust. Ward also worked on the purchase of the Longshaw Estate in Derbyshire and was a founder member of the local Youth Hostel Association. He was also an activist for walkers’ rights and a Labour Party politician. Ward was undoubtedly the dominant figure in the early campaign for walkers’ rights in Britain. For those interested, the Best of the Sheffield Clarion Ramblers' Handbooks which he edited for more than 50 years can be ordered from the Yorkshire Post Bookshop. The Handbooks are just four-and-a-half inches by three and small enough to slip into a jacket top pocket and are bibles in the rambling world. They include information on place names, local folk lore and the history of the moors and valleys of the Peak District. Nominally, they were just a prospectus of scheduled walks, with the occasional warning that only the hardiest ramblers must attend, but they were widely read. The editor of the books, David Sissons, devoted 12 years to researching Ward. Sissons describes the old man's outlook as applied Wordsworth, putting into practice the poet's ideals, trying to raise the working class to a higher level. Interestingly, in his book, Across the Derbyshire Moors published in 1945, Ward ranked the best full day’s walk available from Sheffield to be round Kinder Scout from Edale Station by Jacob’s Ladder, William Clough, the Snake and Alport Bridge to Hope. He estimated the distance to be 20 miles which he considered to be equivalent to 25 ‘Derbyshire miles’ taking into account the energy used for the ups and downs. To enjoy this walk, he recommended that one left Edale not later than 9.30 a.m. and returned from Hope by train or bus but not before 8 p.m. Clearly, the ramblers of Ward’s generation were a cut above the modern generation! The Old Nags Head at Edale is the official start of the Pennine Way. Nowadays, the best way to get onto Kinder Scout is to take the train to Edale and then walk up Grindsbrook. It’s a stiff walk but worth it! However, Ward was famously truculent. He worked for the Civil Service as a conciliation officer, but, away from work, he favoured confrontation, in word if not in action. In his younger days, he sported a fearsome-looking moustache and wore his muffler with attitude. Only the most intrepid gamekeeper would take him on. GHB looked quite capable of inflicting GBH! But he also absorbed the inner peace of landscape as expressed by Wordsworth, Thoreau, Ruskin, Emerson, William Morris and any number of other writers. Ward can be considered to be one of the principal founders of rambling in the Peak District. Tom Stephenson was another who made an excellent case for the right to roam (Stephenson 1989). Of course, the Peak District of Derbyshire has been well known to mankind for millennia. Many of the existing trails may have been used by Neolithic man and later adopted as Roman roads, packhorse routes, bridleways and footpaths. The Roman forts at Brough, Glossop and Buxton, for example, were initially linked by Roman roads. One of the main reasons for the Roman Emperor Claudius to invade Britain in 43 AD was for its minerals. Britain was thought to be a very rich source of the minerals that the Romans needed, such as lead, tin and iron. During the 3rd century A.D., the Romans were very active in the Peak District in exploiting various mineral deposits such as galena (lead sulphide; *******www.buxton.online). They were able to use advanced technology to find and extract valuable mineral resources on a scale unequalled until the Middle Ages. Mining became one of the most prosperous activities in Roman Britain. Britain was rich in resources such as copper, gold, iron, lead, salt, silver, and tin, materials which were in high demand in the Roman Empire. The Romans also introduced new technical knowledge and large-scale industrial production to revolutionize mining in Britain including hydraulic mining to prospect for ore by removing overburden as well as working alluvial deposits. The water needed for such large-scale operations was supplied by one or more aquaducts. The first Romans to mine in Britain were from the army but before long they were forced to subcontract the mining, even in the important lead mines. Working in the mines was used as a punishment for criminals and 12% of the miners died each year. In essence, he miners were slaves, prisoners of war or criminals. It was worse for the gold miners who worked underground. They often died of lung diseases from the dust as well as having to avoid rockfalls and shaft collapses. Mining began once again but on a much larger scale during in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries for lead, fluorspar, barites and other minerals. The copper mine at Ecton in the Peak District was the deepest in the Peak District and may well have been the deepest in the world at that time (it was at least 1800 feet deep in 1788) as a result of the deposit consisting of-vertical ‘pipes’. It yielded as much as 60% copper (as chalcopyrite), an astonishing yield, and the profits from this were used to pay for the construction of the magnificent Crescent in Buxton by the 5th Duke of Devonshire. However, the deposit was only productive for 30 years. Much of the now-familiar and naturalized landscape in the Peak district has, in fact, been considerably modified by ancient miners, with hillocks, old lead veins, engine houses and mine buildings forming an integral part of the modern-day landscape. Across the area are many archaeological features relating to mining activities, some dating back several hundred years, some considerably younger. Information on this mining activity can be found in Willies and Parker (1999) and on the web page of the Peak District Mines Historical Society. Kinder Scout Kinder Scout is the highest point in the Peak District National Park. It covers an area of 13 km2 and rises to a maximum height of 636 m above sea level. It can be a very dangerous place. The plateau itself is monotonous making it difficult to orient yourself and the weather can change quite suddenly from bright sunshine to thick mist, making it impossible to find your way without a compass. It is also quite boggy. In winter, the Peaks are shrouded in fog. In 1965, three rover scouts died on Kinder Scout when they were caught out in difficult conditions. Dark Peak on Kinder Scout was also notorious for aircraft crashes. During the period 1936-1951, 57 aircraft were lost on Dark Peak as a result of poor weather conditions and difficult terrain. The weather can change there rapidly without warning and there were no modern navigational aids at that time (Collier 1990, 1992; Cunningham 2006 a,b). There were also a number of incidents which led to the setting up of the Edale Mountain Rescue Post in 1956. The first was on 4 January 1925 when James Evans was reported missing on Kinder Scout and was eventually found dead from exposure on 10 January. However, organized mountain rescue in England can be said to have started in the Peak District following an accident in 1928 on Laddow Rocks near Black Hill which resulted in the amputation of the casualty's leg. It was not the accident which made the amputation necessary but the evacuation carried out using an improvised stretcher made from a farm gate. This incident resulted in the formation of a committee to design a stretcher and ultimately led to the formation of the Mountain Rescue Committee which is now called Mountain Rescue England & Wales. In 1955, a Rescue Post was established at the Nag's Head in Edale and the first Edale mountain rescue was carried out. Despite these advances, kinder Scout should always be treated with respect. However, it should also be remembered that the moors of the Peak District are a fragile environment which requires extensive care if they are not to be degraded. This is an expensive but essential requirement for the stewardship of this spectacular environment. In spite of all this, Kinder Scout has always been a natural focus for ramblers. In 1932, the Manchester area committee of the British Workers' Sports Federation decided on a mass trespass on Kinder Scout in the Peak District, 'because its rugged tops could be seen from many points on the public footpaths and roads around' to quote organizer Benny Rothman. On April 24 1932, a group of ramblers several hundred strong set off from Hayfield and came face-to-face with the Duke of Devonshire's gamekeepers as they headed towards the top of Kinder Scout. One keeper was slightly hurt in the ensuing scuffle. 17 years were to pass before the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act was passed which gave the countryside back to the people. Mass trespass on Kinder Scout To learn more or order the book: *******bookstore.xlibris****/Products/SKU-0303247049/Mass-Trespass-on-Kinder-Scout-in-1932.aspx
19 Jun 2013
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