Worldwide Referral of Director/Writer/Producer Gregg Golding of Collage Fossil Films

Director/Producer/Writer/Powerhouse Gregg Golding of Collage Fossil Films couldn’t have been that baby, found too perfectly unscathed in the thickets such as the story of Moses. He couldn’t have been formulated in those lawless-cults of private islands of The Gates’ Foundation as one of the endless stem-cell conveyor-belt-test-tube assembly-lines of DNA farming. . . surely too, not at all borne as one of those slick, bald, dripping with life-goo, screaming, purple-faced infants ripped into consciousness from one of those at-home turkey-baster DiY zygote-to-infant kits where life magic is flicked and fondled by the witchy-fingered homoeopath mid-wives. . .

 

More likely Golding’s story originated swimming down through the planet’s crust—Hell’s magma, streaming through infinite loops of bright torture, incredibly, unfairly interrupted and agonized by demons with pitch-forks and empty stomachs around each level of hell’s topography.

 

However, this is the time of miracles, too. Imagine the soul of Golding suddenly zooming through tight, clenching, brightly-hot canals, exploding–pressurized through the mouth of that bellowing blast–the scream of his life-giver; the mega-volcano, Vesuvius! Just as likely, the atmosphere-shattering Grimsvotn of Iceland or Sakurajima of Japan if not sent from the collections lazily assimilated by an astral body’s sparkling flare from the darkness above our (tele)scope, outside of our simple tools of observation. Couldn’t his origin-plasma and cell-formation swirled and micro-formed through the magic within the belts of planets nearby within the milky-way?

 

Unscathed and courageous, he surfaced on Earth as Director, Writer, Producer and proven leader Gregg Golding as he instantly began healing the world using his sweat, tears, and blood-signed scripts as the tools of his leadership through Indie Cinema with titles such as 2014’s COSPLAY FETISH BATTLE DRONES and 2017’s 001 TROLLING (available on Amazon Prime 24/7)

 

Through his years and heroic suffering, walking as a man in a disappearing land of Eden; no longer an oasis from heaven–when we gather to watch Golding’s visions, It’s our chance to devour the nourishment of his cinema mastery which gushing-gold fruits of his nourished canon of films that only persist and multiply for Golding’s ability to pave a way forward when opportunity and ease-of-life evaporate into a lecture, unheeded–no more than a movie-school’s myth bodied mostly now by soulless sock-monkeys paying tuition.

 

Yet, jealous others must still be there in the underworld writhing in the deep space below the steps we stand now–beware their unheard bloodlust for every landmark success Golding holds, his brothers–the caged and eternally damned Titans cry selfishly from his awesome success and of their dying-hope of devising failure for Gregg Golding–for he is a man crowned honorably! Golding is beyond the times of looming disasters and is our unstoppable hero sent to us to change the world by giving everyone the view of his universes that we can safely nestle our hopes and dreams for this uncapped world of Golding, assuredly with comfort. We are wide-eyed absorbing Golding’s fantastic lands, cinematically as we can follow hand-in-hand, dimensionally traversing experiences beyond our polluted, desolate, Earthen torment.

 

 

 

Flashcards for Successful Motivation: Media Production

Efficiency with media publishing and content creation is the most important area of production for all of us! Adding a sense of order will boost your confidence and will allow your employer to be less stressed-out.

Flashcards for success

Download these free flash-cards, cut them out and paste them on your drawing board at the office and start letting your projects in development live in the categories.

Believe me, it helps to actually take your ideas from cyberspace into reality!

With love,

–manlikeman123.com

 

Idea Cultivation and Development Tips

When I get an idea:

  1. Don’t share it immediately; you need time and space to incubate your new baby! Develop this idea and expand it!
  2. Expanding can be done by staying in the zone of inspiration.
  3. Teach yourself how to do that something–that idea!
  4.  Decide whether or not to keep a log of it.
    •      The pace of your project depends on its settings.
    •           Is it being monitored? The project/ Daily journal/log
    •       Are you actually doing it or just thinking about doing what you want to do?
  5.     Become the expert, be able to answer any and all questions and talking secrets . . . tbc

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Guest Post: Easy Homemade Pesto Pasta

Hi, everyone.  Manlikeman123 asked me to write a guest post on a cheap and quick meal that won’t sacrifice on quality and time.  It just so happens that he asked me on the day when I made my own basil pesto for the first time ever.

Since it’s summer, basil should be growing almost everywhere in the Northern Hemisphere, so this makes homemade pesto even easier.  I had been growing my own sweet basil plant on my apartment balcony for a few months (from seed: $1.30ish for a pack of sweet basil seeds at Wal-mart), but I also am seeing it at local farmer’s markets for around $1.50-$2.00 for a big bunch of it.  I also needed to trim the two other basil plants on my balcony, so it was a mix of sweet basil, purple basil (more fragrant than sweet basil) and cinnamon basil (spicier than sweet basil).

Here are the basic ingredients of any pesto (amount of ingredients to your taste):

-Around 1.5 to 2 cups of basil leaves (whichever kind you prefer, but sweet basil is most common)

-1/4 cup to 3/4 cup of grated parmesan cheese (not the kind from a shaker bottle!)

-1/4 cup to 1/2 cup of your favorite nuts (almonds, walnuts, pistachios, cashews…peanuts would be too strong, though!)

-1/3 cup to 1/2 cup of Extra Virgin Olive Oil (yes, it has to be extra virgin because the oil adds flavor, too!

-1 to 3 cloves of fresh garlic

-salt and pepper

 

I know parmesan cheese can get expensive, but here’s some tips for those on a budget:

  • I make do most of the time with the cheap American brands you can find in any American supermarket (DiGiorno or whatever).  It won’t suddenly NOT taste delicious just because it didn’t come from Italy!
  • You can buy already grated, but it’s actually a better value and the flavor is much better if you buy a block of it.  You don’t even need to grate it, really.  Just let the food chopper/processor do the work.  1/3 cup grated parm is a chunk of parm approximately 2-inches x 3-inches.
  • I’m not going to lie: authentic parmeggiano reggiano does taste so much better (richer and nuttier) than the cheaper, non-authentic stuff.  If you insist on getting the good stuff, you might get lucky and find smaller (read: cheaper!) chunks in Whole Foods’ remnants basket (or if you’re lucky enough to have a cheese shop near you, ask them for remnants) in their cheese section.  Every Whole Foods has one (trust me, I check!), and I always see parm reg chunks in there.
  • It’s also worth asking the people behind the cheese counter if they will custom cut a small chunk of cheese for you.  Yes, even at Whole Foods.  They might even grate the exact amount you need for you.

Nuts can also be expensive, and I’m one of those people who doesn’t buy nuts of any kind very often.  To keep it cheap, I just kept the small packet of almonds that came in my lunch veggie pack.  I had already bought the cheap veggie packs for cheap, so this luckily didn’t cost me extra money.  Two of the small bags came out to be around 1/3 of almonds.  Perfect!  If you don’t have this serendipity, try to find somewhere that sells nuts by weight and buy just enough for the recipe.  Or look for those small snack packs of nuts at drugstores/convenience stores/wherever.  Or hell, you can even pick them out of trail mix or whatever.  Do whatever you have to do short of stealing.  I won’t judge (well, I will if you steal)!

Once you have all the ingredients, get a food chopper/processor/blender and chop up the nuts, garlic and cheese first.  Add the basil and and the EVOO, and just process/blend until smooth.  Season with salt and pepper to taste.  It’s that easy.  Keep in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week, or in the freezer for months.  Trust me, it’ll taste better than the jarred stuff from the store, and will probably cost less.

 

To make a simple pasta dish with the delicious pesto you just made:

  • Boil up one box of your pasta of choice (spaghetti, linguine, penne and rigatoni work best for the sauce to stick to the pasta).  Save at least a cup of the pasta water when you’re draining the cooked pasta.  The pasta water has lots of starch that will help create a creamy sauce with the pesto.
  • Once drained, put pasta back into the pot (off the heat, please!  No need for the stove to be on anymore, anyway!) and add a generous amount of the pesto.  At least a 1/2 cup, and you can add more if you really want a strong flavor.  Mix thoroughly, then add 1/3 cup of the saved pasta water and continue mixing until the pasta is evenly and thoroughly coated with the pesto.
  • If you want to make a heartier meal, add in some frozen veggies and your protein of choice.  I always have frozen peas and carrots in my freezer, so I just dumped a whole bag into the still-warm pasta.
  • Any protein will go well with the pesto.  To prove just how cheap you can keep this dish while still keeping it satisfying, I made mine with a jar of albacore tuna (drained well) that I bought on sale and happened to have in my cupboard.  You can keep it veggie-friendly by adding the vegetarian meat substitutes out there.  Or fried tofu.  Or seitan.  For the carnivores, add any cooked ground meat.  Or chopped sausage (even vienna sausages!).  Or leftover rotisserie chicken bits.

Pasta dishes like this are always a great way to use up food that’s been sitting in your pantry or freezer for longer than you’d like.  Or if you have leftovers that aren’t enough for another full meal on its own.  Or if you pass that clearance section at the supermarket meat aisle, but don’t have an idea how to use it.

Anyway, I hope this post inspired some of you on a tight budget (like me!) to get creative and eat well while not breaking the bank.  And since its summer, this basic recipe won’t leave you slaving over a hot stove all day!