Friday, July 25, 2008

"Ahmed, Say Something Funny,"

The idea for the film, "Ahmed, Say Something Funny," was hatched about six years ago when Cal State Northridge cinema and television arts professor Thelma Vickroy caught a performance of comedian Ahmed Ahmed at the Comedy Store in Hollywood.

Her friends, CSUN art alum Fred Beshid, a Los Angelesbased writer, artist and producer, and his sister, Northridge child development alum Susan Beshid, insisted that the comedian's life story was one that Vickroy, a documentary maker, would want to tell.

"I am interested in doing stories about people who are kind of on the outside but trying to make their way and be accepted," Vickroy said. "Ahmed was born in Egypt, but came here when he was only six months old and grew up in Southern California. He's chosen one of the absolutely hardest careers you could possibly choose¡ÂȘto be a comedian and actor. I couldn't resist."

Friday, July 18, 2008

GW diet

i don't know why people keep giving prez. bush such a hard time under his guiding hand i have managed to loose 10 pounds.

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Interfaith joke

I have recently observed America coming together more and more. Indeed most religious services in America regardless of faith,denomination or sect begin with the same sacred invocation.

"Please turn off your cell phone"