Tuesday, July 8, 2014

The World's Best Tea, from the World's Best Tea Company...

Dear Reader,

First of all, apologies that I have not posted a new blog in such a long time.  I've been writing pretty much non-stop on a current project, one of the most difficult I have ever taken on.


But I needed to post and let you all know about something.   My good friend DAVID KASSAR has started a brilliant,  top quality new tea Company.


It's called QUANTITEAS...  Here's the links to the home page and the product page:

This tea is, quite simply, the best tea you can possibly buy.

This is David and his new wife and beautiful baby daughter...


"Bella Familia Kassar" (I have no idea if that's the correct way to say
"The Beautiful Family Kasar," but that's what I meant).

QuantiTeas' almost 30 different types of teas may at first seem more expensive than, say store-bought Lipton or Twinings, but then if you're a real tea drinker, what in the hell are you doing drinking Liptons and Twinings?

It's actually the other way around.  Each 8 ounce bag of QuantiTea tea makes up to 100 cups, which is why you get 100 free tidy individual tea bags with every bag.  And the packaging is resealable & recyclable.  Very tidy indeed.  Take a look:







I personally guarantee that you will not be disappointed.

Link in, buy his tea, sip, feel better and thank God.


DME

P.S. new blog about the  20th Anniversary Sandlot Tour in 2013 coming soon!


Saturday, January 11, 2014

David Mickey Evans' Blog: PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY

David Mickey Evans' Blog: PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY: Dear Reader, I'll have a new (in the continuing series of...) 20th Anniversary Sandlot Tour post up soon. In the meantime, here&#3...

PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY

Dear Reader,


I'll have a new (in the continuing series of...) 20th Anniversary Sandlot Tour post up soon.

In the meantime, here's a few versions of a SIZZLE REEL we did for our TV Show:

"PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY - PCH"


PCH Sizzle Version One

PCH Sizzle Version Two

PCH Sizzle Version Three

The password (if you need it) is: pchsizzle

These are the sizzles myself and partner Howard Burkons put together for our TV Show - PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY, aka PCH.

The show chronicles the Donnelly Family Dynasty (The Establishment) and their war against the (Counter Culture) during the seminal decade in American society 1958 to 1969...

Synopsis:
 
PCH is not a nostalgic look at the past; it is the past as present tense – immediate and very, very real.  It is a brutally honest look at ten years (1959 – 1969) that shaped youth culture first in America and, eventually, worldwide.  It depicts a time of innocence lost; the drama is real, the passions high, and the physical jeopardy raw and cinematic.

It flies by with the reckless speed of outlaw street drag racing, and moves with the balletic grace of the most powerful forces on the planet; always excitingly unpredictable. 

Our main characters, collectively known as The Nomads, the children of The Greatest Generation, are not a cozy band of misunderstood misfits.  They’re frontiersmen and women; sexy and sexed-up “kids” who love like crazy, fight like hell, are willing to take on anything the world has to offer, rebel for rebellion’s sake, push envelopes of their own making, create Art and propagate a Lifestyle that will define a generation, spawn a sub-culture that will go on to become the dominant youth culture of the next 50 years, and of course, they surf the most life threatening waves on Earth.
 
They are us, unleashed, living life to the fullest and way out of bounds – in a blue-sky world with breathtaking sunrises and sunsets framing the days of their priceless youth.  


And we can’t take our eyes off of them.

Let us know what you think.  And feel free to LIKE and SHARE with the entire world!  Really!

Best as always,


DME

PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY - PCH

Friday, December 6, 2013

David Mickey Evans' Blog: STACEY McGILLIS PHOTOGRAPHY ON ETSY

David Mickey Evans' Blog: STACEY McGILLIS PHOTOGRAPHY ON ETSY: Dear Reader, Fisherman at sunrise I'm obviously still far behind on my blog posts about the 20th Anniversary Sandlot Tour, and ...

STACEY McGILLIS PHOTOGRAPHY ON ETSY

Dear Reader,


Fisherman at sunrise

I'm obviously still far behind on my blog posts about the 20th Anniversary Sandlot Tour, and I promise there's a new post coming soon about that.   In the meantime, my finacĂ©, Stacey McGillis, has gone live with her photography on Etsy.  She made her first sale less than ten minutes after going live.  Impressive.


Please visit her page, follow, share with everyone and purchase her stunning photos.  You will be glad you did.  And if anyone knows a buyer in the hospitality business - someone who purchases artwork for hotel chains etc... - drop me an email with their info, and feel free to pass Stacey's Etsy page along to them.


Thanks and check back soon.  DME


Here's the link and a few examples of her work:



Sea-Stained Dock


Field of Sunflowers