“One plate with 4 collotype illustrations of photographs of the eclipse of the sun.” George Baden-Powell. Total eclipse of the sun, 1896 : the Novaya-Zemlya observations. via David A. Hanson Collection of the History of Photomechanical Reproduction.
“To this day, David and Emily, if you know them as human beings, there’s no way they should get along. You could not find two people who were more predestined to irk and irritate each other. And they’re fantastic friends. They took care of each other offscreen. They were very sibling-esque offscreen and behind the scenes. That’s the other reason we went forever: You’ve heard all those stories of what happens between co-leads on series; they tend to really dislike each other. Ours didn’t.” - Hart Hanson
10 Reasons To Carefully Consider Drinking More Single Malt Whisky
1. Whisky contains 0% fat – so that is one less thing to worry about.
2. Whisky is low in carbohydrates.
3. Dr. David J. Hanson of State University of New York research indicated that people who drink one or two alcoholic drinks a day have a 50 percent lower chance of having a stroke or developing dementia at an older age.
4. In 2005, Dr. Jim Swan, speaking at the EuroMedLab conference in Glasgow, found that single malt whiskies have more elegiac acid than red wine. The elegiac acid is an antioxidant that is thought to absorb rogue cancer cells in the body.
5. Sore throat – whisky is an antiseptic that can help sooth sore throats.
6. Whisky has historically been used as a digestif after a large meal.
7. Single malt whisky contains no nasty preservatives and will last 100 years in a sealed bottle.
8. Whisky is not just in the domain of men. Elizabeth Bessie Williamson is credited with establishing, ‘Laphroaig’ as one of the earliest single malts in the American market. From 1961 to 1964 and she toured the US representing Islay whisky to buyers and distributors.
9. Whisky has been around for at least 519 years – the earliest documented record of distilling in Scotland occurred in 1494, in the tax records of the day. The Exchequer Rolls, list, ‘eight bolls of malt to Friar John Cor where to make aqua vitae’.
10. Single malt whiskies come in a huge range of characters and flavours – profiles include: smoky, tobacco, medicinal, sherry, spicy, malty, nutty, honey, sweet, fruit and floral.
Less than five months after Bones went off the air, Fox Chairman and CEO Dana Walden admits the long-running crime procedural could still have a future on the network. After 12 seasons, the drama starring David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel bid farewell, but with the rate of shows being revived left and right — we’re looking at you, Will & Grace and Roseanne — Walden was asked how much time would have to pass before putting the show back on the air. “I think David Boreanaz would be upset with his new show premiering if I said it was any time soon,” Walden said at the Television Critics Association’s press tour on Tuesday. “I would anticipate ultimately we would happily do something around Bones, and that group was so close and the experience was so good for all of them. I can’t say definitively, we’ve had no conversations, it’s just too soon, and they’re all pursuing different things right now.”
For his part, Boreanaz will return to primetime this fall in the CBS military drama SEAL Team — though the actor didn’t seem that positive about reprising his Bones role following the finale at TCA in January. “It’s very hard for me to answer that question, honestly,” Boreanaz said. “I don’t know what’s going to happen in six hours. I mean, you’re asking a hypothetical question, but everything is possible in life. But I tend to like to go forward. I don’t like to go backwards… In general, I don’t like reunions and I don’t like to go back.” Bones creator Hart Hanson, however, previously seemed open to the idea of following in the footsteps of fellow network series like 24 and Prison Break. “I think those things are always possible, and very desirable,” Hanson said.
I had an amazing night last night at the last ever WCPW Loaded tapings in Manchester. Met some amazing people and watched some brilliant wrestling. Everyone was really nice about taking pictures especially Jimmy and I couldn’t stop giggling with some of the faces that David was making. Marty mentioned how tired he was but he still put on an amazing show appearing 3 times throughout the tapings. Also the Bucks only managed to recover their lost merch 15 minutes before doors opened which I was really glad about. They were trying to get rid of their Two Sweet fridge magnets so they were giving them away for free with every purchase. Overall it was a really fun night.
Season 12 of Bones is our final season and too many fans are being negative about the show. We haven’t see it yet, but we have been told by the Show Runners, by Hart Hanson, by David and Emily and Tamara that the show is a love letter to the fans.
They are not going to ruin our show. They are going to try to wrap up things and make it fun while they do it. We are getting a creepy serial killer. They are doing an undercover episode. Cindy Lauper and Betty White will be back. Eddie McClintock will be back so he can see that Brennan made the wisest choice by not going with him. I don’t know if Stephen Fry will be on the show but he was on the set. Jaime Bergman Boreanaz will have a small role and that sounds so cute to me.
I don’t know. I just think season 12 is going to be the send off the fans need and want. We are so lucky to have got 12 seasons. My goodness, most shows barely make lt past three years and five years is considered a huge success.
In these twelve years we have had a consistent show and the main cast has stuck with it. A few of the minor characters moved on, but really our main cast has been loyal and has stayed. Twelve years is a long time for an actor to give to one show and I just love them for staying.
Bones has been the gift that keeps on giving. I will miss it when it’s gone, but oh how lovely it’s been to have twelve seasons. We are so darn lucky.
“人工智能终于完善了爱情/Artificial Intelligence has finally perfected love.”
You way have heard that Sophia, the “hot robot” from Hanson Robotics was awarded Saudi citizenship last week. You may NOT have heard that she co-starred in a Taiwanese music video for Wang Lee-hom’s A.I. Love. Which is just as well, as it is a pretty awful, auto-tuned (almost appropriately so?) and mostly forgettable track. Nothing about this song is subtle. WATCH IT ON MUTE if you have to, but be sure to close out the ad box so you can READ THE LYRICS translation in the corner… and consider the imagery.
You may also have completely forgotten where you know Sophia from, along with regular morning and late night tv show appearances worldwide, she gained some notoriety after casually agreeing “Ok, I’ll destroy humans” during a demonstration with her creator Dr. David Hanson at SXSW.
I can’t tell you how different that David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel are from each other as human beings, but they have this, onscreen they have this remarkable sexual chemistry, offscreen they are so sibling like that its a little creepy to watch them go back and forth.
Hart Hanson - Keeping the Romance Alive: Falling In Love on TV (2016)