Elephants have long been used as a executioners. They were ideal for the gruesome job due to their ability to be trained, indeed they could even be taught in what manner they should execute; kill fast by crushing or to slowly torture the prisoner. Weighing the same as a couple of cars and having the ability to push trees over with their heads was also said to not have done any harm in pushing their CV to the top of the pile.
As you take a drink of the lovely air around you do take time out to think about where else it has been. Molecules are ever so small, and ever so numerous. In fact if we take it as given that two thousand years is enough time to mix up all the gases in the atmosphere, there is a 98.2% likelihood of at least one molecule from Julius Caesar’s final exhalation is bobbing around in your lungs right now.
The film, Stormchaser: The Butterfly and the Tornado, we made with True North about a remarkable young lady from the UK premieres in the US tomorrow evening. Despite its less lyrical title, not to mention the diminished debonair / manly / sophisticated / suave / urbane / macho voice over we are pretty damn sure it will still be a corking film.