The Naked Brothers band have a new movie


"Operation Mojo" is the name of the Band's new TV movie. This coming Saturday Nat and Alex with be having a live chat as part of promoting Operation Mojo.

The Naked Brothers Band is a cable show on Nickelodeon. They have been on the air now for 3 seasons and it is reported to be one of Nickelodeon's highest rated shows. Done much in the same style as the old Partridge Family TV show of yesteryear but updated for today's teens. The brothers are the new heartthrobs for 10 year old girls. The brothers are only 13 years old and under themselves.

Operation Mojo is their 6th TV movie.

The brothers in the TV show are real brothers and are played by Nat and Alex Wolff. The show is produced, written and directed by their real life mom, Polly Draper. Their real life dad is Micheal Wolff who is the co-executive producer and music supervisor of the TV show. Wolff also stars as the brothers' geeky father, who plays the accordion in the show.


Wall-E is out on DVD

I am defiantly going to get Wall-E on DVD. That movie is a keeper. I just fell in love with the sight jokes. I will wait at least 2 weeks after it comes out because that is when the stores start discounting them a few dollars.

Wall-E game and fun

Lloyd of "Back to the Future" fame loses home in California wildfires

Christopher Lloyd is one of the many people that have lost their mansions in the Montecito fire north of Los Angeles. His home was worth an estimated $11 million. He does not plan to rebuild.

Angelina Jolie the tattooed lady

Angelina Jolie has at least 14 tattoos all over her body. A few of them are shown in the photo above - yes that is Jolie's back. Some are quite large and other are small symbols or good lucky charms. When she is doing a movie they are covered up by make-up. If she does not cover them up for celebrity events then she looks like the tattooed lady. If you want to find out in detail with photos all of Angelina Jolie's tattoos then click here.

Sex and the economy

Today we have a guest writer:

One of the joys of watching the stock exchange is trying to guess what will happen and then trying to explain why you were wrong. It seems obvious that expensive drugs used for recreational purposes will be one of the first to feel the effects of the economic slowdown. You only have to look at the signs all around you. The banks are failing, the housing bubble has burst with foreclosures everywhere, and unemployment is rising. These are signs of a recession. So if people are going to struggle to keep a roof over the heads and put food on the table, nonessential drugs will be the first sacrifice. Except that the latest sales numbers out of Eli Lilly show that, in the sale of cialis, gross revenue jumped by 20% in the last quarter as against the same quarter last year. So, no matter what else may be going on in the world, there is one fundamental truth. Men will keep paying to treat problems of erectile dysfunction. Whatever else may be slowing down, the action is not slowing down in the bedroom. Perhaps the answer lies in male culture. There is still so much shame associated with erectile dysfunction. Men whose performance is affected feel, somehow, they are no longer "proper" men. If possible, they hide the problem. If hiding is unlikely to be effective, it comes down to two choices. Honestly discussing the problem with their partner helps to keep the relationship going. Sacrificing the relationship allows the man to save face without having to admit the failure. Why should the expensive branded cialis still be so popular? Well, there are two versions. The original version allows sexual activity for up to thirty-six hours. This gives almost complete flexibility allowing for sex whenever and wherever the urge comes. It's as close to a natural response as you can get with only one pill. The other version is the once-daily tablet. This is a low dosage treatment that allows normal sexual responsiveness 24/7. The price for both versions is the same. It's left to the man to decide which version is most convenient. When looking around to buy cialis, the standard approach is to go visit with your local healthcare provider, get a prescription and head down to your local drugstore. Except that traps you into buying this must-have drug at the prevailing retail price. Those of you who follow these things will know that the price for cialis has recently increased. Which is why you have come on to this site, where you can buy cialis at a rather less painful price without having to go get a prescription. This keeps your performance going without it straining your budget in a recession.