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  1. 3-D Thoughts By Rhonda Hansome

    Thursday, May 30, 2013

    In spite of always having been intrigued by 3-D, I'm not a big fan of the experience. When I've viewed dark/muddy landscapes or body parts flying towards me on the big screen, I've usually remained unimpressed.

    A friend on face book, not one of hundreds I could not pick out in a police mug shot file, but an actual friend wrote, not to bother seeing Gatsby in 3D because it would take away from the flow and grand sweep of the movie.  I took heed. I'm glad I did.  I loved the beyond over the top excesses that took me to a world of make believe and romance.  Even though I actually found myself really looking at him in Django Unchained...  I did not NEED the 3D experience to finally stop resisting Leonardo DiCaprio.


    Anyway, my HP printer is not functioning properly and I don’t know why.  It’s plugged in.  It recognizes my computer – they are having a dialogue that clearly states the printer is out of paper.  That’s not true.  Not only is there paper in the printer, I put MORE paper in the printer several times; that is after turning it off and on multiple times to no avail.

    I have an audition and want to print out the “sides” or the “copy” I need to read in the audition.  What’s a girl to do?   Write it out by hand?   Wow, that was easily done!


    I’ve been thinking about printers a lot lately ever since I saw that 3-D printers will be able to digitize and replicate physical objects like guns!

    That’s right reproduce plastic guns.  What did Cody R. Wilson have to say when he unveiled the 3-D gun The Liberator:

    "Printed guns aren’t even proven technology and are extremely impractical devices from my experience. But there is a symbolic advantage to the individual in being at least capable of printing one.” *

    That's what I want in the 21st century a home printed gun with a SYMBOLIC ADVANTAGE!

     And now cue the Star Trek music… Yes 3-D printers will replicate food!!

    NASA has awarded Systems & Materials Research a grant to continue work on a “universal food synthesizer”**

    Mmmmm! Sign me up for burritos made by a robot and a supply of food cartridges with a 30 year shelf life. 

    It would be great if some global mega-corporation could make (and tax-shelter) an even bigger profit by using NON-labeled GMO as the basic elements of the food cartridges!!



    By The Way...

    GMO Labeling Bill Voted Down In Senate






    Rhonda Hansome is an actress, writer, director, who can be seen 7:30 PM Wed. June 12th on the Main Stage, doing stand-up with her pals at the WorkShop Theater Comedy Benefit.  
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  2. 2 comments:

    1. I wish real sin was recognized as such. Feeding people poison, okay; loving your same gender partner, not okay. The backwardness is overwhelming at times.

    2. She So Funny said...

      I heard there's a printer that can print pizza now, too. Yum. ~S

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