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September 8, 2009
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FOR WEDNESDAY: SAINT SEE–EN(and Jeff Bezos)

August 18, 2009

“Ice Swan” by TrekEarth….

Ice Swan by TrekEarth

Plus….”In The Final Analysis” (Jeff Bezos)

Jeff Bezos Founder Amazon com

I, Renee Ashley Baker, will sign a contract with Jeff Bezos granting Jeff Bezos (and Amazon.com) exclusive “E Book Rights” to Renee Ashley Baker’s “post movie release E-Book”.

PREVIEW: “From One….To The Other?”

January 8, 2008

FROM THIS:

 TO  THIS:

“No, No, No, No, No To Hillary”….

(“Yes To Giuliani….Renee Ashley Baker’s candidate will ‘remain’ Rudy Giuliani….”) Rudy Giuliani 1

Still “NO” to Gail/Gale  (I will testify against Gail/Gale). Still “NO” to Madonna (Madonna is a Dog). Still “NO” to the Mexican extortionists/criminals.

NEW GLAMOROUS WEDNESDAY: JANUARY 2nd

January 2, 2008

                  

             HAPPY BIRTHDAY RENEE ASHLEY BAKER!

plus… also   “NEW” :

 China: New Cover Girl

                            Li BingbingLi Bingbing in “The Forbidden Kingdom”

White:  Li Bingbing

Miss Li Bingbing is the gorgeous actress who plays the “White Haired Demoness” in “The Forbidden Kingdom” (which also stars Jet Li and Jackie Chan and is to be released in movie theatres in April 2008).   Miss Li is also January’s cover girl on Chinese Harper’s Bazaar….

 (“Yes, my country slow ones there “is” a Chinese Harper’s Bazaar”).

special thanks: Silent Monkeys (for the photo).

Australia: New Girl (liked) New Dress (not liked)

                                              Natalie Imbruglia from Australia

pictured above: Natalie Imbruglia, Australia’s up and coming singer/actress as she causes a “hateful stir” during the opening of the David Jones store in Sydney Australia on “Boxing Day”….  ( Note:  Stylefrizz called the dress a “Granny” dress but the dress is actually the “Fireball Tear Dress” by Alice McCall…So there!).

England: Newly Back

 Kate Winslet

She’s Back:  Kate Winslet 

 Kate “has” been out of the spotlight but are we glad she’s back…. (acting in movies that is).  Look  for Miss Winslet in  “Romances and Cigarettes”, “All The Kings Men” and “The Holiday”….

 Germany: New Ageless–The Super Beauties

                                         Countess Veruschka

pictured above: The Countess Vera von Lehndorff (aka Veruschka).

Claudia Schiffer

And…the beautiful Claudia Schiffer (who appeared on 500 magazine covers).

France: New Miss France

                                                                                                Miss France Valerie Beague

Because Miss France (Valerie Beague) did a racy photo shoot for Entrevue Magazine that included a shot of her in a Christ-like pose in a swimming pool, she is now banned from competing in Miss World and Miss Universe beauty pageants.  She will, however,  get to “keep her crown”….  P.S.  The “new” non-crucified Miss France “hails”  from the Polynesian Islands… ( Talk about crossed up! ).

England: New Hit Movie

Helen Mirren

 pictured above: Academy Award Winner, Helen Mirren

Helen Mirren is now starring in “National Treasure: Book Of Secrets” which in only two weeks of release, has already made $70 million dollars at the box office!…. (“You go Queen!”)

American Actress: New Birthday Girl   (December 3rd)

Daryl Hanna

Daryl Hannah red   

 “Happy Birthday, Daryl Hannah” from Renee Ashley Baker

 “Born In The U.S.A.” and that New-Old Money

                               Jessica Springsteen and Richard Feldman

pictured above: Winner Jessica Springsteen

Did you know that American canter Bruce Springsteen is being sued by an Olympic equestrian (Todd Minikust) for allegedly backing out of a contract to buy a $850,000 horse for his daughter Jessica?    It seems that Jessica is a budding young rider who participates in (and wins) riding competitions held in “The Hamptons” (see picture above).  Will an equine dispute resolution be forthcoming? ….(“Frankly Scarlett I don’t give a damn” …Whinny!)

History Christmas:Renee Ashley Baker’s Royals

December 30, 2007

  

Best Queen:

Queen of England 1Queen of England 3Queen of England 3                                                             

                     Queen of England 4

pictured above: The Queen

Hundreds of well-wishers braved the rain to see “The Queen”  ….

(The British royal family celebrated Christmas in Sandringham….).

         Queen of England on YouTube 

pictured above:  Best Royal  “You Tube”

Best in Romania:

 Bran Castle aka Dracula’s Castle

pictured above: “Dracula’s  Castle”

The Archduke Dominic Habsburg, a 69 year old New York architect,  has put his family’s castle (pictured above) up for sale at “only” $135 million dollars.  The Archduke (a member of Romania’s “former” Royal Family) commented to reporters that he would only sell the castle to a buyer who would treat the property and it’s history with appropriate respect.

(Renee’s aside: “News flash!  News flash!  your ArchDuke-ship, sir.   Ain’t nobody, nobody, gonna be ‘dissing’  Vlad — now are they? “….

And–the sign read:  CASTLE FOR SALE, CALL: TRANSYLVANIA 6-5000…) 

Best at Disney:

Sleeping Beauty’s Castle at Disneyland 

 pictured above: Sleeping Beauty’s Castle at Disneyland

Although–it was originally “Snow White’s Castle” when Disneyland opened in 1956….

(Note: Renee Ashley Baker is buying a $5.2 million dollar castle–er– home,  in Washington DC from Sotheby’s International.   Sotheby’s International Realty  is the realtor to the world’s “royal families”.   Again, thank you for the $73.5 mil Disney!…)

Best in Scandinavia:

           Julenisse Christmas Gnomes 

pictured above: Julenisse

The little Gnome who left Christmas presents under all the Christmas trees in Scandinavia… 

Best In Boston:  Opera Singer Cecilia Bartoli 

Best Handel:  Opera Singer Cecilia Bartoli

                              Cecilia Bartoli      Bartoli Cake  

 Diva Bartoli with “Bartoli Cake”….

FRIDAY: MORE OF “THE BEST”

December 28, 2007

Best Big Spender:

                             Rothschild Faberge Egg

pictured above: “Rothschild Faberge Egg”

Purchased by Who: Big Spender

Where:  Christie’s Auction House

Price Paid:  $18 million (American) dollars !

Best Bun In The Oven:

                                   Jennifer Anniston 1

pictured above: “Jen-Ja”

(It sounds Oriental-ish but it’s just my combination of the names Jennifer and Jason) .

Best Stamps:

Sinatra U.S. postage stamp

pictured above: “Sinatra”

Commemorative 41 cent U.S. Postage Stamp unveiled on December 12th and to be released next spring…

                                 Frank Sinatra stamp galleryU.S. postage stamp 1947

Best Mummy Dinosaur:

Dinosaur Hadrosaur “Dakota”

pictured above: Hadrosaur “Dakota”

Discovered in 1999 (in North Dakota) by the then 16 year old Tyler Lison.

Best Actor/Comedian:

Steve Martin

Congrats Steve on your Kennedy Center Honors (2007)….

Best Picture:

Gravatar Blog (Simon)

pictured above: “Simon”

Best Diva: “Renee”

Renee Fleming 1  Opera Diva Renee Fleming….

Best Classic Films: (as selected by the Library Of Congress)

                 Library of Congress           Wuthering Heights 2

Ten of the 25 “classics” selected are: “12 Angry Men”, “The Naked City”, “A Lonely Place”, “Oklahoma”, “The Strong Man”, “Bullitt”, “Dances With Wolves”, “Days Of  Heaven”, “The Women”, and  “Wuthering Heights” (1939)….Can you name the remaining 15?

HISTORY MONDAY: CHRISTMAS EVE

December 24, 2007

                     Santa Claus

Best HistorY: sepia Santa Claus

       Santa Claus–aka Saint Nicholas, Father Christmas, Kris Kringle or simply “Santa” –is a historical and legendary figure in folklore who in western culture is described as bringing gifts on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.  

     Although–the legend may have its basis in hagiographical tales concerning the historical figure of Saint Nicholas — the  modern depiction of Santa Claus as a set jolly man (or elf) wearing a red coat and trousers with white cuffs and collar, and black leather  belt and boots became popular in the United States in the 19th century due to the significant influence of caricaturist and political cartoonist Thomas Nast (along with a Mr Clement Moore)….  This Thomas Nast “image” of Santa  has been maintained and reinforced through song, radio, television, and films.

      The American version of Santa lives in the far north–in the land of perpetual snow aka The North Pole…* 

Best Santa Track: Satellite on Santa

Our sources tell us that “Norad” in Colorado Springs will be “tracking Santa” again this year….(“A Dashing–and a Dotting–through the snow–GPS style !”)

  *source: Wikipedia

Best PC:

Sony Blu-ray DVD

Best Sony:

pictured above:  Renee Ashley Baker’s Sony Vaio Micro PC with XP Professional (also comes with Windows Vista).  This portable notebook comes with 1GB memory, 2 built-in webcams, and wireless WAN and Bluetooth. (I bought mine at the Sony Style Store in Washington DC).

Best Security Eye:

                                                  Cineflex Home Security Camera 

pictured above: Renee Ashley Baker’s Cineflex  Home Security Camera to keep an eye on the mansion….

Best Veggamatic  or… The Anti-Santa Drops In ?

The Tiger Team

pictured above: Best Tiger Team

                                     Hack, Slice and Dice aka “The Tiger Team”

                                                        A Review

                                                             by

                                               Renee Ashley Baker

 Don’t need a new veggamatic you say?  Well–you ain’t gettin one fellas.  Hack, Slice and Dice is yours on Christmas Day and you don’t want to turn it down….

      Synopsis:  They’re called “The Tiger Team” and their specialty is “breaking into places”–for pay–and with the full consent of the owner! (That’s right!)  The Tiger Team has broken into banks, international airports, Fortune 500 companies, and they always, always, get away–scott free–with “da loot”.  How do they do it?  Well–

Hack (the white pant slick as a cucumber computer hacker Chris) does the ‘physical assessment”.  Which–in laymen’s terms means — he “cases the joint” (and he does it in broad open day light!).

Slice (the McGyver like Luke) is the “wireman”–the electrician–and he attaches things like “wireless access points” to servers and attaches  mini-cameras (aka pin cameras) to alarm key pads (and he does it all under the nose of company employees!). 

Dice (He’s Ryan– the “plumber” on the team) he dices–er, I mean he picks–door locks, wall safes, windows, car doors.  If you name it — he can break into it!…. (The great Claude Rains himself  would be impressed with this  guy! )

 To believe them you’ve got to see them–in action.  In the first episode, to air Christmas night, The Tiger Team steal a million dollar “Lotus” out of an automobile show room. ( They leave a note attached to the car that’s hilarious!)….  I’ve been watching “Court TV” for years.  View: “The Tiger Team”, on Court TV, December 25, 2007.  Check your  local listings for time….

special thanks : www courttv.com

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MOVIE THURSDAY: BEST “GOLD”

December 20, 2007

                             The Golden Compass

Date:  7/07  or Lucky 7  (or  —  Age 7 ?) 

Best Movie F/X:  1.  The Invisible Man (Claude Rains)   2.  Gulliver’s Travels  3.  Jason and The Argonauts  4.  Superman  5.  E.T.  6.  Close Encounters of the Third Kind  7.  Tron  8.  An American Werwolf In London  9.  Time Bandits  10.  Casper   11.  The Transformers   12.  Spider-Man   13. ? (You pick one)

Movie Tue:Best Performance by a White Swan

December 20, 2007

Bjork Dancer In the Dark 2

                                          Bjork Dancer In The Dark 1

                                    Bjork Swan Dress 1

         Bjork Swan Dress 2

Best Actress:

Q:  Best Performance by a newcomer in a motion picture?

A:  Bjork in “Dancer In The Dark” ….  Written and directed by Lars von Trier, this  movie was nominated for an Oscar plus –it garnered an additional 33 nominations (and 21 wins!)….

Best Oscar dress:  If you recall the eclectic (and Icelandic) Bjork wore that famous “swan dress” to the Oscar ceremonies in 2001.  (Note:  Bjork’s “swan dress” was later auctioned for charity….)

Best Distributor:  Disney will distribute Renee Baker Studios’ first motion picture in movie theatres worldwide under an “output” deal valued at $73.5 million dollars….

Bjork

Best Music Video: Still Bjork

Best History Monday: The Lion Queen

December 20, 2007

The Young Elizabeth Cate Blanchett

Best Legend: “Young Elizabeth” starring Australia’s Cate Blanchett as Queen Elizabeth….  

                             Cate Blanchett as Elizabeth 2                                        

                                                  Cate Blanchett as Elizabeth 1

Best Legend Part II: “Elizabeth The Golden Age” starring Cate Blanchett as Queen Elizabeth….Now playing, at a movie theatre near you….