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Greg Beastrom

Newbury Park, California, US • 2:02 PM Local Time

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Greg Beastrom

Category Documentaries
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description Greg can relate the artistic nuance of painters work, describe the delicious ingredients in a mouthwatering pizza and set the stage for an eerie tale of monsters and ghouls.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
But which man does carpaccio wish us the viewer to behold? Ever inventive Carve a Shell breaks with the Renaissance tradition of presenting a symmetrical composition, placing Christ off center pilot. His arm wrapped in front of Christ in order to gesture toward him, is the figure nearest to the viewer. Both pilot and Jesus are lit by the same strong light. Both tilt their heads toward the crowd. Pilot calls out to them, leaving the decision to the mob to absolve himself of the responsibility for the murder. And every ingredient he uses is top shelf. Tony offers 10 different kinds of pizza, including white tie with clam and garlic pizza Romano Thick Crust, Siciliano New York style gluten free Chicago deep dish. And, of course, the Californian baked with mozzarella and a spicy combination of calabrese and Serrano peppers, then covered with caramelized fried onions, hand sliced Gov cheese and North Beach honey. The Badlands, nature's version of doomsday, often mistaken for desert. But in the Badlands, there's next to no nutrients, no soil. Nothing grows. It's all cracking, eroding rock. The best known formations are found in South Dakota. Desolate outline tracks of emptiness without a living soul for miles in a landscape so crazed legends abound about unwary travelers falling victim to something monstrous and wicked.