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Are U A Statue Of Liberty

A Brief Glance at the Statue of Liberty day in day out through my window at work has been a brief pleasure I steal every day.

On long weekends I laugh at the thought....if the Statue is still there or not....

This seems to be interesting day after day people in New York with tons of emotions carrying through the newyork subways..many of them holding a starbucks/Dunkin coffee mug.. Its hillarious to watch people trying to balance themselves with one hand in the subway trains.

It doesnt matter whether you hold a torch or a cuppa for the day....I would say its a stupendous supporting gesture for statue of liberty.

So the question is Are U a Statue Of Liberty ? :)

Dont Tell Me Style.....

This is such a delight to watch,The grace in the walk,confidence in eyes and a subtle arrogance.

Madonna is 1000% right in saying none need to teach her about style...

Catch Don't Tell Me Madonna

4 Minutes To save this world..

The Last Samurai

Ken watanabe as Katsumoto yet another wonderful performance....Tom Cruise as Nathan. It was great to watch the discipline and dedication for one to become a perfectionist at service......Its The Samurai.....

Simon Graham: [narrating] They say Japan was made by a sword. They say the old gods dipped a coral blade into the ocean, and when they pulled it out four perfect drops fell back into the sea, and those drops became the islands of Japan. I say, Japan was made by a handful of brave men. Warriors, willing to give their lives for what seems to have become a forgotten word: honor.

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know more about Memoirs Of A Geisha..a must watch movie..

Memoirs Of A Geisha

A touching narration of Chiyo turning out to Sayuri with the backdrop in Hanamachi.John Williams score is splendid, I feel like borrowing some British slang and call it as "Bloody Brilliance"

Ken Watanabe does it again.Young chiyo and the Chairman transforming scene was directed wonderfully.Pumpkin,Nobu san all crew have done great justice to their roles.Unarguably a must watch movie. You can find John Williams confluence/Themes on Memoirs Of Geisha in You tube.

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