If you love the West, mountain life, and Big Sky country, check out these short films submitted by Montana's own Audrey Hall to the Nikon "Your Day In 140 Seconds" Film Festival. See You Then is a poignant look at the unforeseen connections between people. Hi Lonesome looks at the day of a photographer, artist, and rancher. Here's what one what some viewers have to say about "Hi Lonesome":
I just received this voice mail transcription from Google Voice from my wife. I have no idea what she's talking about.
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The hysteria over Mexico's drug war has reached a fever pitch in the United States. It's true that the violence is horrible, the brazenness of many attacks disconcerting, and the manner in which they are carried out gruesome. That innocent civilians are often caught in the middle is doubly worse. El Universal is reporting that 6,476 people have been killed this year in drug-related violence, but the number is more telling when adjusted for population. Mexico's overall homicide rate has actually been declining over the years but is still double that of the U.S. (10.00 vs 5.8 per 100,000 inhabitants, respectively) (source: the UN as reported on Wikipedia).
Much to the dismay of my SkyMiles Frequent Flyer balance, AMEX is not (or at least rarely) welcome in the UK. Come'on, don't they know I'm gunning for Diamond status this year?