Looks like you are a new visitor to this site. Hello!
Welcome to Hope For Film! Come participate in the discussion, and I encourage you to enter your email address in the sidebar and subscribe. It's free! And easy! If you have any suggestions on how to improve this website or suggestions for topics please don't hesitate to write in to any of the blogs.
(If you keep getting this message, you probably have cookies turned off.)
If you were a one-eyed hula hoop what would you see when some human took you out on a playdate?
<iframe width=”525″ height=”329″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/3GVrO1VYAOI” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe>
A camera was set on the hulahoop so you can see what it would see.
Thanks BoingBoing for the tip!
A pangram sentence is precisely that: one that contains every letter in the alphabet. The most well known is probably “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.” but how many more can you learn?
It must be kind of neat to be known as the inventor of a sentence. It’s a bit different than be a “writer”. Nevin Nollop is the inventor of the most well known panagram.