Friday, July 30, 2010

Instant Star.

Was on Nickelodeon just before and there was the biggest babe ever, on the show Saddie, real life Laura Vandervoort. I couldn't find any pictures that did her justice as to how she was looking this episode but dang!
The show seemed like a try-hard Gossip Girl, not that I was paying attention... turns out it was Canadian produced between 2004-08 so technically they're ahead of Gossip girl haha but turns out it's nothing like it.
I searched it on youtube trying to find this babe and came across this:
Probably the best song I've heard in a while!
You see her a couple of times in it, but yeah raided google to find her too haha
Sadly, none of these photo's give remote justice to her beauty... so tune into nickelodeon haha.

It's a horrible picture, but this was the episode how her hair was done all cool. Yep. Obsessed haha.

Farewell Ikuko.

This morning I said goodbye to little Ikuko.
Poor thing cried her heart out :(
She was so grateful and loving.
She wrote the cutest letter, hopefully Edwina might scan it for me to post, or take a snap of it? :)
She really broadened my perspective on humanity and the world.
She made me realise that there are 6 billion beautiful people in this world.
I'm going to try hard to suppress any instant judgement I make, love and learn from others all over the world.
I'm actually in love with Konko (sp? pronunciation?) on the left, she is the cutest thing! Plus she has the best fashion sense.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Blew my mind!

We recorded CWJ with the drummer from this band...
Man I don't know whether he's just pulling her leg or not but he knows his shit!

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Missile to the Moon.

Today around sunset, 5:30 to be precise...
I saw what seriously looked like two rockets slowly being launched up past the atmosphere.
Went straight up and had really black smoke protruding, about five minutes apart.
I figured they were in the direction of the army barracks in Barranduda so perhaps a missile?
I tried my best to take a photo, first on my iPhone, but you couldn't at all see it, then my camera... but again I only had my wide angled lens which has minimal zoom...
I'll scope the picture out tomorrow and see if it's worth posting, I doubt it but.

Point is: Anyone else see it?

Josh Hab.

Good blog!
Even better kid!
Newest feature to "Stuff well worth checking out" column to the right >>>
I need to put a fair few more links in so stay tuned.

xoxo Gossip Girl.



The Tea Party.

This is so infuriatingly dumb it's hilarious.
Good stuff Fox News. Nice army.
Seriously give this a watch, it's really well made and the young cutie interviewing knows what's up!

There's a heap more of them, I highly recommend them all!

So dumb, it baffles me how anyone, let alone 50,000 of them could be so dumb!!!

Tokyo Gift.

Tonight was a BBQ at Albury High for all the Japanese exchange students and their host families.
Georgia's girl Sayuri is seriously the cutest ever. Looks like a doll!

Mackayla's not Japanese haha but she rules, I coach her :) She's such a whinger but it's good having someone "normal" haha.
Below: You can't see, but we're at monument and the moon was full and right above Dean st.
Spewing I didn't have my other lens to capture it properly.
Ikuko :) She's such a cutie :)

Monday, July 26, 2010

New Lens soon!

Bought a new lens two days ago, hasn't arrived yet... but I'm hoping for it to inspire me to take more pictures. Here's some pictures that have been sitting on my camera for a while now. Enjoy.
All these photos look better in big so click on them yeah? 
Sam recorded a track he made.
Raspberry Schweppes is all I drink these days. Must be turning my eyes greener?
Meet Baxter, the Rabbit we found and caught. He no longer lives in his cage, he's smart and loyal.

Photos: Judd and Madison Adventures.

Today was in no rush to pass us by.

This Kitty is the best! She grooms Pom and I weekly. 
Somewhere in this day we also visited Megan quickly, bumped into Ryan, finished recording Rhythm guitar for The Trailer Ep with Simon, then went to the Kinross with Ikuko and co.

Friday, July 23, 2010


My sister finally made a blog!

Follow that fat nugg.

Oh and Edwina, let me edit you top picture so it fits properly yeah?

My bands.

Oh how I love being in them.

Made a myspace for The Trailer as we're recording our EP this weekend :)
Converted ChelseaWontJump's myspace into our new band's:
and made a new CWJ tribute page:
Also edited Horsey's as we didn't have an "add" button haha:
While i'm on a roll may as well give you the link to my acoustic stuff too ;)

All the links are in the column in the right... >>>>>

But yeah, did some recording today of both bands for practise... I mic'd the drum kit up immensely and my god it's sounding dang good!
Can't wait to record and have an EP.
I put stefan on the job of making our CD cover because he's sexy.

When the pupil is ready to learn, a teacher will appear.

Do not speak - unless it improves on silence.

Zen is amazing.
Speaking of which today a Japanese girl comes to live with us for a week, which is really handy because I know how to say Konichuwa.
I wouldn't mind slaving her to make me some decent sushi.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

I love feedback.

Hi Judd, 

Here is the feedback from the judges from Battle. It is a compilation of the comments of all three judges and is designed to help you improve your performance. 

 I really liked your new band and I think if you work at it you are on to a winner there. The judges were impressed and there was literally one point between the top three - any one could have won.  You were so close. I even triple checked all of the adding up to be sure! 

I am sure that we will have other opportunities for your new band to play and I will keep you in mind. Aside from your naughty streak you are generally a positive person to have involved so we are happy to work with you. I hope you enjoyed the evening and thanks for bringing you friends along again. 

The Trailer
·        Started strong – most of the time you looked like you were having fun
·        Overall it is a good sound and the band works well together
·        Some issues with the separation of sound made it hard at times to distinguish the individual parts
·        At times the rhythm was a little clunky on the changes
·        More work is needed on getting a better mix of dynamics and volume between band members
·         Songs generally well formed and catchy
·        The last song was a favourite – good feel and sound from start to finish – some great chords
·        Good cover version –suited the overall sound of the band – effective tempo changes and half time feel – lacked the attention grabbing sound of your originals – very expressive vocal melodies
·        Quite a few good songs and a nice style/sound but will need to tighten up to really pull the songs off convincingly – but it is a first gig together and so the potential is there if they keep working at it
·        Vocalist really showed his passion whereas the other members were very low key – looked lost
·        Guitarist to the right had back to the audience a lot of the time
·        Nice thick sound – very balanced between all instruments
·        Vocals were a little inconsistent in volume – missed whole phrases at times
·        No connection between drummer and bass player
·        Great recording potential after rhythmic tightening between drums and bass – alternative airplay market
·        Really great energy – keep it up all the way to the end note
·        Watch timing – guitar went out of time during a song
·        Drums are excellent and strong
·        You play with tempo and time very well
·        Great set guys – thanks
·        1st and 3rd songs were great – nice tempo, feel and sound
·        Together Alone – best song – really catchy melody in the verses and chorus – if all your songs were like this one I would buy it!
·        Buried Alive – great closing song
·        More practice and time to find your sound – refine and let it evolve – something really exciting around the corner I think!
If any of your band have lost equipment then please let me know as I might have it.

Nicole Cornell
Project Officer
Youth Services
Ph: (02) 6022 9704
Mobile: 0403 601 995

Thursday, July 15, 2010

illiterate poet.

She makes me feel like a poet but 
I'm lost for words. She's not 
the type of girl to give a damn 
if we don't talk but I just hold her hand.
But that's not even the case,
Just no words describe her face
Perfect is so cliche,
I overuse it anyway.
Anyway, anyway, anyway she's so fine.

She makes me feel weak at the knees,
so can someone tell me please,
how I feel invincible? 
What's the deal? Oh she drives me crazy.
I just can't get past the fact, 
my smiles so intact.
This girl is like a dream.
Everyday she's a Beauty Queen
Everyday, everyday, any day she's so fine.

It's been so long now, since I wrote this all down,
My love for you badly expressed in a song now.
Feared we were over, but now we're closer.
Your love for me has turned me light as a feather, again.

Anyway, anyway, anyway she's all mine.

Lacks bridge lyrics, other than that, newest and final song for The Trailer Ep.

Sunset Silhouette.

That's me ^ The little  stick figure haha ^
Check out Doug Taylor in my links to the side >

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Vanilla Sky.

Escape from the clocks of our time.
We'll live forever in the sun.
Like our time has just begun.
Your hand is mine.
This moment shall last forever, looped in my mind.
The time has come to freeze mid breeze and just believe 
in the spirit behind our hopeful eyes.
And hope to our surprise we are set alight,
Like matches of an eternal sunlight.
You're forever in my heart, you've been there from the start,
You're forever in my soul, and you'll be there 'til the end.
Don't put the 'end' in 'pretend' because this is all a lucid reality.
This is real as it gets, it's up to you what comes next.
You don't think it's gonna last, like a candle of the past.
This is as real as it gets.
Escape from the clocks of our time.
We'll live forever in the sun.
Like our time has just begun.
Your hand is mine.
You are the sunshine.
You are the sunshine of my nightmares.
Some lyrics I just wrote for a song Xander wants me to record vocals for.
Never really write from my conscious mind, reading back I realised it coincidentally relates alot to the movie 'vanilla sky', with Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz and Penelope Cruz. 
When I went to the movies the other day saw a new movie with T.C and C.D in it, I don't like when they re-use the exact same cast, it's going to confuse me. Just sayin' lol.

There is no time to be a Pessimist.

I just watched the free youtube documentary "Home".
I feel deeply saddened in humans ignorance and selfishness. 
The imagery is breathtaking, it shows so much beauty in this world!
I urge you all to take the time to watch this and help in even the smallest of ways!

"We are living in exceptional times. Scientists tell us that we have 10 years to change the way we live, avert the depletion of natural resources and the catastrophic evolution of the Earth's climate.
The stakes are high for us and our children. Everyone should take part in the effort, and HOME has been conceived to take a message of mobilization out to every human being." - (The embedded video didn't work).

Is it not just ridiculous that Dubai don't have a solar panel in site?
The richest nation on the planet always soaking in the suns rays... 
2% of the earths population hold 90 something percent of all the wealth. It's so warped.
So much money is used and wasted on military expenses.
Props to Costa Rica, they actually ceased their army to invest money into education and renewable energy sources.
I guess the message is, we really have to our act together... fast, or we literally will kill the Earth within the century.
You can help from the smallest of ways like saving water, power, fuel, not eating meat slows down the demand on meat which wastes unbelievable amounts of water and uses huge amounts of grains to feed them, which means the demolishing of rainforests, and further natural habitat, so more species become endangered and extinct...
You have to understand that everything is linked! I could go on from the above case in saying, the fuel used to transport the grains, cut down the trees, transport the animals, the products, the amount of rubbish and pollution then created in term affecting our atmosphere, the greenhouse gases heat the earth, are causing droughts which make it harder for the agriculture to take place to feed our 6 billion inhabitants, it melts the ice caps of the north pole, in fact 40% of it has disappeared in 40 years and scientists predict the sea-levels to rise 7 metres... which might not seem much, but have a look at images of Tokyo, flat surface just above sea level, like most countries and considering most of the population lives on coastlines then this is a big threat indeed...
I hope you get what I'm getting at... I just used the meat industry as a starting point but it links to so many other aspects...
It's a snowball-effect, us ruining the earth... We really need to turn things around now while we still have a chance.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010


What a cutie :)

Pre-Model Success.

Remember that time I was the front page of
The only screenshot I could save was one in a different language haha but still not bad.

The Enemy, the Ego.

I watched this movie a while ago, completely unaware of what the ego even was and didn't understand the movie... this is the video at the end of the movie that played behind the credits, I'm glad I found it so I can share it with you... but this is all stuff I've been learning in "A new Earth".

Apologies to those who must be getting annoyed at how often I now mention ego... but once you recognise it, you realise it's all you've ever known.

Monday, July 12, 2010


Last night Madison and I were watching old big brother footage, it was so good haha but this video right here is hilarious :)

Friday, July 9, 2010

Don't seek the truth...

Just cease to cherish opinions.


Trust me, you don't! 

Facebook Tips on being a Unit-karnt.


Oh your fucking god.
I'm watching fucking late night religious channel bullshit!
I've never winced so many times in three unbearable minutes.
That is sickening.
Some freaking nutcase bitch is making up words but sounding confident so the dimwits just gobble up everything she has to say...
"I want you to say outloud 20 times a day, God is here and God is watching me".
Like Jaxon just said... Why do they have to be good for God? Why can't they just be good for themselves?

Behind the Scenes.

I took a heap of photo's of our photoshoot days, Madison, Rowand and I...
Just loaded them onto my computer and found this gorgeous shot, un-edited... What an absolute babe!
I have a heap more, but It's 4:16am I should go to bed!

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Brothers in Eyes.

Also, I've been working with Rowand in being his assistant in being photographer for Madisons hairdresser Annie and all her hairmodels... I've pretty much been finding places to shoot and setting up the scene and being pre-model, I'll post some photo's later but in the mean time check out his Flickr too, so good!

Juddly what do you think of Equidistant Letter Sequence method in the bible in particular, or the bible code?

It's a pretty outrageous "coincident" if you can believe half of it, but the idea that the book of genesis was written by GOD, the conclusion they love to jump on as it's all so prophetic and foreseeing... is a tad stupid...
I mean it is pretty incredible, the odds being coincidental and all but If this is God's proof that 'he' wrote the book of genesis by proving he knew who was going to become Jewish king's name and birth for a few hundred years is pretty pathetic if you think how irrational that is of an almighty god.
If god wanted to prove 'his' existence wouldn't he have found a better way than carefully and difficultly placing one letter at a time in a book?
I mean he could've written the whole book predicting things more bluntly before the big dwelling end of time so we actually believed it... or I mean...
Could he not just speak to us?
I mean he is the 'almighty' creator if you believe the message of the source.

I actually lean towards the idea that alien intervening could have been the result of such "human impossibilities- a higher intelligence" as they've been alleged to be inter-dimensional beings, so in other words, time-travellers- they could manipulate things blah blah... I'm not going into it as people immediately hear "alien" and laugh... dumb, ignorant, self-centered, egoic people they are, but i'll let them be and hopefully soon enough it will become a topic taken into serious consideration, the proof and amount of testimonials is astounding.
I'm glad people like Stephen Hawking, astronauts etc are speaking out about this.

I'll answer that for you!

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

The Shifting.

"There is the dream, and there is the dreamer of the dream. The dream is a short-lived play of forms. It is the world – relatively real but not absolutely real. Then there is the dreamer, the absolute reality in which the forms come and go. The dreamer is not the person. The person is part of the dream. The dreamer is the substratum in which the dream appears, that which makes the dream possible. It is the absolute behind the relative, the timeless behind time, the consciousness in and behind form. The dreamer is consciousness itself – who you are." - Eckhart Tolle, 'A New Earth'.

This is the book I've been reading lately. I've had to read every paragraph about 3 times to really grasp most the concepts but I'm slowly getting through it and I am learning so much, it is changing me, it's awakening me to who I thought I was, the ego... and being aware of such presence in my head means I can now separate the conscious and unconscious doings of my being and thus become a more controlled, rational and positive presence.
Try to live in the present moment, because that's all that exists for us, unconsciously however we find ourselves trapped in thoughts of the past and the future, and we can never really awaken if we're not awake to the presence. 
I usually quote books as I read them, but every sentence of this book is a good quote so I'm going to wait until I finish the book and then skim through and write out each sentence that really spoke to me. 

Monday, July 5, 2010

13 years earlier:

Film Family.

Doug Taylor took this one on his film camera while Rowand was taking photo's of Montanna.
Too bad I wasn't ready and licked my lips and I think we were both in mid blink haha but it's fairly cute still.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Exclusive overpriced coffee.

Project Freight Train Hop.

I'm keen to do some free, adventurous traveling.
Even if its from thurgoona to albury, or albury to wang to start off with.
I guess I've been inspired by Bear Grylls and Alexander Supertramp, but I'd truely be livin' it just casually cruising on the open carriage of a freight train. Been doing my research and am keen to find a partner and go to adelaide and back or something when it warms up.
This is probably the best story I've ever read of a guys train skitching experience! Haha! The photo's are awesome!

Here's my line options... ^_^

Titled "Read Me!" and highlighted.

How did I miss this gorgeous message on my desktop!?



My heart has melted beyond repair lately :)

So the Man Says...

"Fuck the free world!"

Anyway, I'm downloading a heap of good movies :) After I watch them all I plan on doing a "Judd's top 10 films" blog haha.

Friday, July 2, 2010

The Twenty Thirst.

What a grand night that was! I saved the party too :)
How can they ever repay me ^_^!

Remember that time Madison and Ally kissed? Exclusive show ;) haha no what happens in the kitchen stays in the kitchen! I love Megan Y-son :) and Grindey! and Morgan! and Hayden and Sam! and Ben Pascall the muscley shit who I haven't seen since the good ol' swim days!
Oh and Happy Birthday Doug, Joel and Josh :)

Madison Cullen.