The ad opens on Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage opening a new Doritos bag and taking a bite of a crisp chip before strolling down the living room of an opulent house lip syncing to Busta Rhymes and Chris Brown’s song “Look At Me Now”. Rapper Trevor Tahiem Smith Jr. (Busta Rhymes) makes a cameo as a painting come alive. As Dinklage lip-syncs to his song with great ardor, visual effects of fire burn throughout the house, consistent with the new Doritos “Flame” flavor. In the next cut, world-class actor Morgan Freeman approaches the camera with a bottle of Mountain Dew “Ice”, takes a swift drink, and continues to walk down the opposite end of the same ostentatious house as Dinklage while lip-syncing to “Get Your Freak On” by Missy Elliot. Only in Freeman’s performance, the side of the house is draped in ice, and everything in the room freezes with his advances.
It is a three-storey concrete house with no visible roof looming like a stack of Lego blocks made of lapis lazuli in a shade of deep Prussian blue; my humble abode. In front of my house is a 6 feet long, 5 feet wide and 8 feet high portico. Instead of the standard two pillars and a roof design, this portico is a row of ten simplified torii painted in bright vermilion red like the color of tomatoes. Hanging along the width of each torii are wind chimes of different sized cranes made of lightweight metal that play softly even with a breeze. The torii is covered by a translucent fiberglass roof, which allows subtle light to enter making the metallic crane wind chimes twinkle like stars.
He could pull anything that had two ends, so Paul often used him to straighten out the pesky, twisted logging roads. By the time Babe had pulled the twists and kinks out of all the roads leading to the lumber camp, there was twenty miles of extra road left flopping about with nowhere to go. So Paul rolled them up and used them to lay a new road into new timberland. Paul also used Babe the Blue Ox to pull the heavy tank wagon which was used to coat the newly-straightened lumber roads with ice in the winter, until one day the tank sprang a leak that trickled south and became the Mississippi River. After that, Babe stuck to hauling logs.
With the piercing eyes of the owl burning into his back the lion skidded into his cave, kicking up dust and shrouded the den in even more intense darkness. Breathing hard, the lion slumped to the floor confident that he would be safe in his
Yellow Stone is great for all ages, and there's things for everyone to do. From bears and buffalo to spiders and ants, there is a wide varriaty of wildlife in Yellow Stone. According to Natinal Park Service there are 61 diffrent mammals. Over 500 black bears, and more than 370 gray wolves that take part in the ecosystem. There are elk, mule deer, bison, moose, bighorn sheep, pronghorn, white-tailed deer, bears, wolves, bison, badgers, otters, wolverine, lynx, foxes, and other non-native mountain goats.
As he gets to his room, puts on his robe, and eats his gruel by the chimney, he sees the carvings on his mantelpiece change into pictures of Jacob Marley's face. The greater part of the chimes in the house start to ring noisily. When they stop he then hears a banging clamor. His basement entryway opens boisterously and after that the thumping on the stairs coming upstairs and methodologies his room. Marley's apparition goes through the entryway and shows up before
The kitchen is the main area of action in both and quiet scenes take place in the bedroom with Fern and Wilbur. Wilbur stays at Uncle Homer’s barn which is red and houses the same types of animals. The setting of these versions are probably the most similar areas of the two films. When the
The building itself was surrounded by other not-too-old but not-too-new structures. From where I was, I could see a deli, a candy shop, a gas station, a grocery store, and some other stores. I faced the hotel again, and started walking up the marble steps to the entrance. Upon walking in, I realized this hotel was one of those buildings that looks way different on the inside than it does on the outside. I was greeted with a grand, carpeted staircase with gold lined handrails.
The sauna in the courtyard has a door of Dutch design, divided into varying textures and gives off a Japanese impression. The interior of the sauna is floor to ceiling in wood; steps lead to a pew for lying down. The buckets for water are unfinished wood, simply held together with iron bands. The ladle appears to be chiseled and smoothed by hand. The sauna has a changing room, a toilet and the sauna room where Aalto had designed a system that combines the benefits of the traditional smoke sauna and the modern sauna with a chimney.