53. Willow Smith (The Young Icon)
I knew Willow was a force when I saw her wearing leopard-print harem pants, a cheetah print cropped jacket paired with combat boots, thick gold chains and her already double-sided shaven hair. This little girl has just hit the scene and is already enforcing a law of style in her own right. She breaks every fashion rule, pairing two and three statement pieces. But it works! We dare to look like her. She’s confident, owning each look from head to toe. She takes the words “Back To School Style” to a whole new level and makes other 10 year old girls look like K-Mart shoppers. Another thing I love about her is that she dresses her age, some people may feel like she dresses too grown but I have NEVER seen her dress inappropriate at all. She is always covered up, but some people just cant handle her swag and think its forced. Too fucking bad for them because Willow or WiLegend as we like to call her on ATRL is here to stay.
I don’t like Will Smith’s son.
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"In order to shoot the dwarves and a large Gandalf, we couldn’t be in the same set. All I had for company was 13 photographs of the dwarves on top of stands with little lights – whoever’s talking flashes up. Pretending you’re with 13 other people when you’re on your own, it stretches your technical ability to the absolute limits. I cried, actually. I cried. Then I said out loud, ‘This is not why I became an actor’. Unfortunately the microphone was on and the whole studio heard.”
"In my mind’s eye, I see (sometime in the next century) one or more great interplanetary transfer vehicles constructed in Earth orbit - daily, if we wanted - before the eyes of the world’s television cameras on the nightly news every night; cooperative construction by many nations - the completion of a long, many-month journey to Mars, injection into Mars’ orbit, landing site verification, de-boosting from Mars’ orbit, setting down on the surface of Mars. The first landing on another planet by the human species. There are some who are worried about which nation will first step on the surface of Mars…my solution is you bind the ankles together of the American and Soviet commanders and have them hop out on the .38 gravity world, gently settle down, and nobody will be first.
Imagine…now, what I think would be hard to beat in capturing the imagination of people all over the world…a roving vehicle with Americans and Soviets and others in it…wandering across the Martian landscape going to the exotic terrains that we could never land in [via] Viking, wandering down one of those ancient river valleys looking for stratification in the banks, looking for the geological record, trying to understand the changes in the environment of that planet and all of that on the nightly news every night. And then, finally, the long journey back to Earth.
I maintain that could put space exploration and space activities on the front burner all over the world for a long period of time in the political context of binding up the wounds of the Earth. I think it would be a wonderful thing if the planet named after the god of war could help to increase the peacefulness of the inhabitants of our small and vulnerable world.”
Stay curious. Learn about the team working to making this become a reality; read the guardian’s recent article "Mars One Is One Small Step Closer"; voice of russia’s article "200,000 Apply For One-Way Trip To Mars"; how "NASA’s Valkyrie Robot Could Explore Mars Alongside Mars One" via guardian; watch ‘The Mars Underground’ via Robert Zubrin/The Mars Society; melodysheep’s "The Case For Mars" featuring Carl Sagan, Brian Cox and Robert Zubrin; and via the Carl Sagan Tribute Series: “Curiosity: Carl Sagan’s Vision Of Robotic Exploration On Mars”