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  • BodyPump is a weight-based group-fitness program, created and distributed globally by Les Mills International. Created in 1991 by Phillip Mills, it is now found in over 70 countries and 10,000 health-clubs and gyms worldwide.
  • Full of meaning; significant or suggestive
  • meaning(a): rich in significance or implication; "a meaning look"
  • fraught(p): filled with or attended with; "words fraught with meaning"; "an incident fraught with danger"; "a silence pregnant with suspense"
  • (of a woman or female animal) Having a child or young developing in the uterus
  • Having been in such a condition for a specified time
  • carrying developing offspring within the body or being about to produce new life
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Proudbody Basic Pregnancy Belly Cast Kit
Proudbody Basic Pregnancy Belly Cast Kit
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SFIFF52- 'untitled' - lovely MARLEY SHELTON, ADAM BAILEY, EION BAILEY chat on stage
SFIFF52- 'untitled' - lovely MARLEY SHELTON, ADAM BAILEY, EION BAILEY chat on stage
Marley Shelton and Adam Goldberg star in Jonathan Parker's comic take on the state of contemporary art and music, (UNTITLED), playing at the 52nd San Francisco International Film Festival, April 23-May 7, 2009. SFIFF52- 'UNTITLED' film by Jonathan PARKER starring ADAM GOLDBERG Biting and satiric as well as scatching 'nails on the blackboard' comedy over the 'new' avant-garde art world, creativity and commerce. Director PARKER skewers modern art from 1960 onward while winking that real art ended with the likes of Matisse and crew. Or is he? Incredible HUNKY Adam GOLDBERG is the (rich, handsome, & beautifully dressed ) avant-garde sound-performance muscian who struggles for recognition while his 'art garbage producing' brother is making it in the 'decorator art' world, be it behind his art-gallery owning 'girlfriend'. (Is she his girlfriend? Is it art? Is it a slap at the face of modern art? or not? hey, what the helll is going on anyway?) (and since when are performance artists dressed SO CHIC?...All ADDA's avant garde pals were destitute and on welfare.) A huge 'drag it thru the dirt' and stomp on it over the modern art business world...with all the pretensions and delusions of the artists (visual & sound), and their art. The audience at first laughed and howled over the shredding of the bizarre goings on of the 1990's-ish modern art world shenigans, then one could feel the audience did not like the constant 'raking over the coals' pretension of the film ! As most folks, on flickr and, well, almost everyone in the real world, it is hard for an artist who has a vision of something exceedingly different to voice their vision upon the world. Acceptance is almost zero. (ie, VAN GOGH, and well, many artists...we wont even go into ADDA's FOUND OBJECTs..haha) After awhile, the film felt more of spite on the sucess of artists than a humorous take on the modern art world. Of course, the film in itself was incredible story telling with great acting by the 'misunderstood artist' HUNKY ADAM GOLDBERG. Though it was hard to believe his charater would sleep in what appeared to be 'long johns' underwear. (A chance to see ADAM in bed, and what's this...he's wear 100% wool snuggies?) The worthy of an Academy Award performance was by the wonderful MARLEY SHELTON who does a dry gallery owner to the absolute T. It was like MARLEY was channelling ADDA's NYC pal PAT (paaaaaaa-trich--cha) with the chunky glasses and his 'artist' pal...(nameless) but his famous quote was "That painting does NOT transend paint! ! Truely if ADDA had ACADEMY AWARD voting rights, he would nominate MARLEY SHELTON for Supporting Actress! She truely had all the quirks of the big city gallery art authority. Some of her scenes had her 'hold back' her words of anger and MARLEY was able to express her vindictiveness with her body posture & eyes. She was the cinamatic treat in the film. (Even though her charater was a total nullipara, at the Q&A, MARLEY, in black patent leather pumps mind you!, happily announced that she was pregnant!) The successful 'decorator art' brother Eion BAILEY was played perfectly where one could imagine the delusions of the 'decorator artist' assuming he is a 'museum-worthy' artist because his sellable 'art' hangs on walls of hotels & malls. Sadly, the wonderful set up of the film, petered out real fast, then the overtelling of the same situation in different forms got to the audience who left before the director and stars appeared on stage. A chance to see ADAM GOLDBERG in person...after the film...humm, maybe not. At the Q&A the stars were nice and forthcoming...and ADAM GOLDBERG extremelly likeable and humorous. Unfortunately, the director put off many folks including the cast by telling them he was going to change the film's title to NO YOU SHUT UP. One could see the discomfort in the actors and one could not see if his sincerity was true, sort of just like his statements in his film. BEST LINES: "If I don't make in 3 years..." "You'll get a job?".."No, I'll kill myself." "I'll catch up with you, I need to get my bucket." "Change? Life is to short-Don't waste it." ""People who have vision will not have a financial return." "A great artist is a gift, not a goal." "When you buy art, you don't worry where to put it." "Art does not look as good when it goes down in value. " "I want my work (art) to have the whole world in it. " "So when you were at the music conservatory, you majored in bucket (playing)?" "Historically, when art gets bad reviews, it's good." "She's found out your are a shit-now everyone knows." "Artists find meaning in the process."
Dear Diary, Today Doc Wagner told me that I have a disease. A disease that is irrevocable, incurable, and fatal. As I sat in the leather chair in his office before he delivered the news, my mind was clouded by innumerable penetrating thoughts of schoolwork, cross country, my mother, lunch, and of course Dallas Suzuki. After, nothing but my impending death and how in a mere nine months I would be just another body in the Trout graveyard, a skeleton of empty bones and a memory soon to be forgotten. Once delivering the news, he asked me over and over if I wanted treatment and when I remained motionless, he tried to shake me from my unresponsive state. Treatment for what? I can’t explain it, but I’ve recently begun to believe that my death has been impending since I was born. I also had a feeling I would never live to be one of those wrinkled, weather-worn elderly men that sit in a rocking chair on the porch, smoking the day away. I could never imagine more than a few years into the future. I was never able to envision myself graduating from Idaho State, putting a ring on a girl’s finger, or holding a child that I helped create. So I ask Doc Wagner again: treatment for what? To uselessly attempt to pacify a disease that will kill me either way? To put me in more pain than I’m already in? No, I don’t want drugs pumped into my already dying body or my friends and family crowded around a hospital bed during my last days. “I don’t want any treatment. I don’t want to see any other doctors, or stay in any hospital rooms.” I tried to explain to him that I always thought I would die. I tried to explain the feelings I’ve always had that I can barely explain to myself. “Can’t you just let me…die?” “Ben, that’d hardly protocol. I think we should probably discuss this with your parents,” he said. I’ve known Doc Wagner most of my life. Heck, he’s known my whole life; he delivered me and took care of my mom when she was pregnant with both me and Cody. I could see the worry in his eyes, and for a moment, I could imagine the sorrow and confusion he must be feeling. But despite my concern for Doc Wagner, I had to stick with my gut instinct regardless of the repercussions. So, I had to pull out all the stops. I reminded Doc that I am 18 and that, technically, I am legally emancipated from my parents and have the right to make my own decisions regarding my health. “I also am not obligated to tell anyone about my condition. Not my parents, not Cody, not anyone. I have to ask you to keep everything you know about my disease private.” Doc’s eyes widened even further. He told he couldn’t do that, regardless of my age; that despite my legal rights, I was still in high school and it was unfair to both my family and my friends to keep such a grave secret from them. Doc just didn’t understand, but honestly, there was no way I could expect him to. Doc told me that the time I have left on this earth is limited. The mentally unstable mother; the father with a hero-complex; the All-American, football star brother; it was like a movie, really. The under-weight, under-talented son is diagnosed with a fatal disease and family that falls apart as he dies. Well, my life is not a movie. My life will be better than Hollywood could ever make it. Diary, I’m not telling anyone about my disease. This is my time to live my life in the way I always wished I could: with no regrets.

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