Archive for June, 2013

I Made A List (kids poem)

June 30, 2013

I made a list
of words that grew on trees:
bark, fruit,
branches, leaves.

Then I decided
to make another;
smell, shade,
bend, color.

Then going further
I made one more:
forest: two,
three, four…

Finally I decided
to finish my list;
living, thing,
future, past.

By that time,
a little later,
I still had ink
but no paper.

Message to the Government – US spying on Us? (sayings of Eddie Art)

June 30, 2013

Hey Government, put me on your No-Call list!

Soft Doll (art)

June 29, 2013

Soft Doll

Message to Hollywood Stars (suggestions box)

June 28, 2013

Hollywood stars are well paid. When people come up to the box office at the Inwood where I work, and complain about the high ticket prices, I reply, “Thank goodness all that money is going to me and none to the Hollywood Stars.”

Well it’s funny because it’s just the opposite. Major Hollywood Stars are very well paid.
That is one reason for the high movie ticket prices.

These same stars are often very generous too. How many times have you read about a major donation, sometimes a million dollars or more, donated by a star to a major cause. They deserve to be applauded for their generosity.

With that in mind, I’d like to ask the stars to add theater workers to their list of causes. Do they know that we often work for minimum wage, seldom get full time work and because we don’t work 40 hours, we are denied most worker benefits.

Stars I encourage you to support movie workers. Let our plight be your concern too. We are all in the movie business. Speak out. Your voice carries weight in this business. Then too you may consider reducing your salary – if and only if the difference supports the movie workers (not movie makers or theater owners who are doing just fine too.)

Stars don’t forget the people that work for you at the theaters that show your films. They deserve fair treatment too.

Alien Plant (art)

June 28, 2013

alien Plant

 

Alien Plant – for more sci fi see the last two Musea Issues that cover a ‘history of the future’!   – musea.us (url)


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