Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Nature Calls


Just found this old video in the dusty recesses of the Archie Archive - from about 6 or 7 years ago when he was knee high to a grass hopper.
Back from a walk to town and back as it was so nice out - bright sunshine after a nippy start. Got a couple of DVD's to watch including Avatar from the library, to see what all the fuss is about. I really hate the idea of every film being a 3D blockbuster. Also - 3D telly - what's that all about? Hope it goes the same way as Cinemascope and Smellivision!

5 comments:

Roger Stevens said...

Cinemascope was okay.
You lot are all...

madis

wastedpapiers said...

A lot of great films were ruined by it. They have to scan them all now to fit them onto a normal TV screen. Pictures were'nt meant to be that wide- our eyes cant take it all in- our tiny brains can't cope!
Luckily they saw sense and went back to a reasonable size we can all see without giving us a click in the neck!

Anonymous said...

or a crick...

wastedpapiers said...

"A "crick in the neck" is not an official medical diagnosis, and therefore the term means different things to different people. For many, a "crick in my neck" is something they wake up with after a night of awkward pillowing or body positioning."

Anonymous said...

Without an X-ray, MRI, etc… it’s obviously impossible for anybody to determine what could be causing the click in your neck, as such I would encourage you to seek medical attention for this problem.

With that being said, there could be several reasons why necks become “noisy” the most common causes are arthritis and vertebra misalignment.

Best Wishes,
Tyton