SUPER BOWL XLVIII (2014)

February 3, 2014


Bernard Bujold ( LeStudio1.com ) – 
The football team Denver Broncos was completely beaten and a little more during the Super Bowl 2014! 
It was a “total rout “… 
The final score is humiliating : 
Seattle 43 
Denver 8 . 
One could say that the horse ( mascot ) has not brought luck… 
When the Broncos entered the gates of the stadium with this galloping horse which had a lot of energy, one would have thought that the match would be dominated by the team, which was not at all the case! 
At best, the arrival of the players with the horse was their sole inspiration of the match. 
Of course the lunch (McDonald’s ) for the game was delicious! 
At the end of the game, the mascot was exhausted ! 
The horse would have said: “Lets call it a day and go get some rest. Maybe we will have better luck next year. Hiiiiiiiiii…. 
Photo 1: Stadium Super Bowl 2014 ;
Photo 2, 3 and 4: Mascot of the Denver Broncos ;
Photo 5 : Table McDonald’s ;
See website for Super Bowl 2014 ;


WOODY ALLEN – Great genius and great madness

February 2, 2014


By Bernard Bujold (LeStudio1.com) –
According to his daughter, Woody Allen would be a child molester… 
We can believe what we want, but none of us know for sure… 
The films of Woody Allan are really exceptional, but the story of his daughter Dylan Farrow could also be true! One does not prevent the other, on the contrary. 
Great genius is always accompanied by great madness! 
The letter in The New York Time begin with a question asked by his daughter: What is your favorite film by Woody Allen? At the end, Dylan ask if we still have the same answer after reading her letter. 
When Woody Allen received a Golden Globe award for lifetime achievement a few weeks ago, there was a lively debate about whether it was appropriate to honor a man who is an real “artistic giant” but also who was accused years ago of child molestation. 
Personally, I would add that there is never smoke without fire and if I love the films of Woody Allan which are really exceptional, I also believe in the story of his daughter Dylan Farrow. 
But the truth is sometimes difficult to demonstrate and, to separate good from evil is often impossible… 
Photo 1: Woody Allen and his daughter Dylan Farrow;
Photo 2: Woody Allen;
See letter in The New York Times 
See how the letter was written ;