A.I. News: Robot butler goes nuts. "All I did was ask for my usual coffee, one part Arabica, one part Gojo, one part Columbian, with a dash of Wal-Mart instant, two parts fat free Soya, one part whole milk, a dash of vanilla, two parts a dash of hazlenut, all at exactly 74 degrees, at an angle of 36 degrees, with one part cinammon sprinkle, and three parts low fat chocolate flavour chocolate topping lo-cal, and the bloody thing called me a son-of-a-bitch and went berserk", the owner explained through the door of a broom cupboard in his basement. "I'll be drinking tea from now on, pal ".

Reuters News Just In:

The last "Extinction

Rebellion" protester

gets eaten by the last

Polar Bear.

...a beautiful, recently conceived short film, designed, photographed, directed and executed by Scottish born visual effects supervisor Steven Begg, with suit costuming by Scots-born designer Christine Overs. Steve's work is always truly wonderful and technically immaculate.

I love the spirituality in this piece.

Jon Sorensen

“This is my story. I know I'm going somewhere beautiful, and I know I'm on my way...
It's been a beautiful adventure. It always will be.”
― Charlotte Eriksson, In search for The Great Perhaps

“In the long run, the sharpest weapon of all is a kind and gentle spirit.”
― Anne Frank, The Diary of Anne Frank

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.”
― Pablo Picasso

"Every day of my early childhood I looked up at this marine painting. It gave me many sea dreams. The smaller painting, (left), is "The Door To Everywhere" and was done by me at age 15 ".

Jon Sorensen.

Dog ventriloquist reveals new human puppet

at Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

“We look back through countless millions of years and see the great will to live struggling out of the intertidal slime, struggling from shape to shape and from power to power, crawling and then walking confidently upon the land, struggling generation after generation to master the air, creeping down the darkness of the deep; we see it turn upon itself in rage and hunger and reshape itself anew, we watch it draw nearer and more akin to us, expanding, elaborating itself, pursuing its relentless inconceivable purpose, until at last it reaches us and its being beats through our brains and arteries...It is possible to believe that all the past is but the beginning of a beginning, and that all that is and has been is but the twilight of the dawn. It is possible to believe that all that the human mind has accomplished is but the dream before the awakening; out of our lineage, minds will spring that will reach back to us in our littleness to know us better than we know ourselves. A day will come, one day in the unending succession of days, when beings, beings who are now latent in our thoughts and hidden in our loins, shall stand upon this earth as one stands upon a footstool, and shall laugh and reach out their hands amidst the stars.”
― H. G. Wells

" Scotland...is a state of mind ".

Jon Sorensen

“I can see, on the horizon, unpronounced and unproclaimed images. I can sense the hypnotic qualities of things that to everyone else look unobtrusive, then excavate and articulate these collective dreams with some clarity.”

Werner Hertzog.

 

 

Scottish Highlands, Circa 1977, just prior to joining the film industry, when my nickname was "Jesus".

" A very tasty World "...Robert Fuest screenplay for The Final Programme.

God Bless You All On Your Various Journeys!

Jon Sorensen.

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