Wednesday, April 30, 2008

‘Whispers’ to a screen

Local suspense film to debut at Wonderland.

From the South Bend Tribune:

Kurt Struss knew he needed to improve the look of “First Night Out,” his initial foray into filmmaking. That’s why he attended that 2005 Mid-America Filmmakers meeting where he met Thomas Zuber.

“We knew our views kind of clicked,” Struss says by telephone from his home in Buchanan.

So Struss recruited Zuber to help improve his film, and a partnership was born. The duo formed Struber Productions and began reading each other’s scripts. That’s when Zuber showed Struss “Whispers.”

“It was a good, clear-driven ghost story,” Struss says.

On Thursday, “Whispers,” which was filmed in Buchanan and LaPorte last year, will have its theatrical premiere at Wonderland Cinema in Niles.

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Tuesday, April 01, 2008

New Study Shows Small Men Prefer Big Trucks

A new study conducted by the National Research Panel has concluded that men who drive large trucks, SUVs, and automobiles have smaller genitalia than men who drive small to medium sized vehicles. The study, conducted on 350 males nationwide, lasted for three months. For the purpose of the study, the national average genitalia scaled in at 5 1/2 inches. Those men who measured less than the 5 1/2 inch mark were twice as likely to drive a Hummer, and five times as likely to drive a four wheel drive truck or oversized car while those men measuring 5 1/2 inches or above tended to prefer small to mid-sized vehicles, including hybrids and rice burners.

The study has caused quite a stir among frat clubs, stag bars, congress, and every other male dominated boys club in our current society.

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