This was a last minute change. I had planned out all the photos ahead of time but decided I wanted one more on the sheep hill. That's a sheep dog next to the carcass, not a coyote. Remember they were sitting by the dead sheep?
Daniel, you made my day, This is such a brilliant thing! Great idea, great concept, about such a rich film. Thank you. Fortunately I found you today. I will keep looking you site.
on February 27, 2006
According to David, the 1960's were primitive times. It's amazing that we have apparently gone from primitive do something so radically different today in forty years. Oh wait, it's not that different today...it's only been forty years. Anyways, it wasn't such a horrific time as it was a place. It was Texas ranching and the attitude towards gay men hasn't changed on that front too much. Lastly, hasn't it been said that immitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and what is more sincere than naked Lego men going at it.
I really hope David doesn't let his 2 year old nephew play with toys this small. Someone that yound would easily choke to death on them. Please only give Lego bricks to age appropriate children. Don't be as reckless with your child's life as David is.
on February 26, 2006
I was finally able to view your stupid toys by using the "slideshow" link on the top right of your web page.
My 2 year old nephew can design more intelligent designs.
Once again grow up and don't be so ignorant.
Most of all you are not funny at all so get another job.
on February 26, 2006
Your web site is a total failure. I do not have the time to waste on repeated clicks over "Monthly Limit (4GB +1) Exceeded".
Brokeback Mountain rightfully won best picture director, etc. of the year I have seen it six(6) times at various theatres and cities. It IS one of the BEST FILMS to be released in ages.
It is a beautiful and very tastefully moving story of horrific conditions that existed in primative times. I find any humorous attempt by you to mock this work of art to be very childish and ignorant.