James Cameron was a director for "The Titanic" and then he decided to direct a movie about the parting of the Red Sea and finding the tomb of Jesus. His efforts have the scholars laughing, his "facts" don't add up. They don't add up historically or Biblically. Mel might have made a movie about a Bible character...it doesn't add anything of any particular interest to this thread as there have been many movies made on various Bible characters including one about Jezebel played by Betty Davis...
While I can't speak for Cameron, I still somehow doubt that he was trying to be historically or, factually accurate in the flim's portrayal of a fictional event.
How was your weekend? You having nice, sunny, warm weather yet? All we have is cold, gloomy and rainy days.
It's been too hot but, I don't think an offer to swap temperatures would be effective, (also, there's that 'well now it's too hot' aspect). Personally, I enjoy cooler rainy days, (and I soundly miss them from the Puget Sound area).
I've noticed you have another FC thread devoted just to you and some new
admirers fans...lucky you!!
Yep, an associate of mine insightfully-observed in reference to that effect; 'a fire draws moths and other bugs'. Everyone laughed.
My weekend wasn't that exciting. Have had a BAD sinus infection since Friday, (I think my immune system is entirely shot) but had to go to work anyway. Had my promotion made official finally (will be 'in training' until June) but it was 'bittersweet' because my friend was "let go" due to "company b.s." We're all mad, sad and miss her.
There's some new form of influenza going around, (again), which takes fairly strong antibiotics to kick too. I'm told that this strain can result in sinus infections and even pnemonia.
The sort of 'office politics' you hint at occurs everyone but, seems to be more pronounced where women in the office are concerned, (this was not intended as sexist; on the contrary, the reference was to how women interact with otehr women in the workplace ... if you know what I mean?).