April 7, 2014

Sclipiri umoristice

Originally posted on racoltapetru6:

BANCURILE SĂPTĂMÂNII
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* – Bunicule, tu știi să faci ca mierla?
- Mmm… nu cred… da’ de ce?
- Tati a zis c-o să fim bogați când ai s-o mierlești.
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* Un tânăr eschimoș intră în igluul iubitei. După vreo 3 luni, tatăl fetei apare nervos:
- Dar ce crezi tu băiete, că o să stai cu fiica mea o noapte întreagă?
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* Un om avea un papagal care înjura. Într-o zi, exasperat, îl închide în cămară. Nimic, numai porcării ieșeau din gură papagalului. Îl închide în șifonier. Și mai rău. Îl închide în congelator și după un minut pasărea tace. Deschide omul ușa congelatorului, iar papagalul zice:
- Vă rog să acceptați scuzele mele pentru neplăcerile provocate. Vă asigur însă că nu se vor mai repeta!
Omul, să cadă pe spate, nu-i venea să creadă. La care papagalul:
- Apropo… doar din pură curiozitate, găina aceea…

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April 7, 2014

Horse logging

Originally posted on Piousunyn:

Working Together

Working Together 4 X 5 oil

Several years back, actually longer then I wish to dwell on, I took photograph’s of a horse logging operation as my work entailed doing photography and video. The horse logging was used to demonstrate low impact on the forest as they selectively logged trees and the horses were believed to have less impact on the forest environment compared to heavy equipment.

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April 7, 2014

The Eyes Have It! No… It’s the Nose! – A Riff on Facial Recognition

Originally posted on Vegder's Blog:

When did artists first develop the skill to recreate in portraiture a reasonable likeness of the person being drawn or painted? I don’t know? Nor does anyone else for that matter. But what I do know is that the ability to make an image identifiable was slow in coming and varied from culture to culture. In fact, there were periods when portraits were basically true to nature and then something went wrong and the skill level declined into mere nothingness. Not even into caricatures and it took centuries before that skill could be reapplied.  But I’ll get back to that later. For now I want to start off this post with a two-pronged approach:  some general principles and thoughts about how we know what we are seeing is what we are seeing followed by a discussion of the development of portraiture in Japanese woodblock prints.

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April 7, 2014

#LittleBlackJacket #Art #Photography #Singapore #CommercialCreativityinAsia

Originally posted on Commercial Creativity in Asia:

I will confess, I used to be a hater of all designer fashion labels – most properly due to the limited chance of me being able to purchase a Chanel piece; but looking at the picture you can properly tell I am now been officially converted – yet still no sign of a high end addition to my wardrobe…

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Chanel is one iconic label that has been involved in the debates discussing whether fashion is for art, culture or commercial means, but when THE LITTLE BLACK JACKET, the global exhibition comes to exhibit in Singapore at The ArtScience Museum….where does someone’s argue lie with?

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This saturation of Chanel was not only in this exhibition…from Orchid Road to Marina Bay Sands, you knew Chanel was there, but it fitted in accordingly with the ambiance that Singapore creates through other cultural mediums.

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April 7, 2014

Art of the Day – April 6th, 2014

Originally posted on The Daily Beat News Blog:

An abstract photograph of a shadowy figure and Coca-Cola by Photographer AJ Romano

photograph by Kathleen Odenthal

Submit your art for consideration:

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April 7, 2014

gravel pit

Originally posted on The Mahaloness blog:

There’s something hypnotic about a gravel pit, countless rocks for as far as the eye can see, but far enough away that you will never know of it’s existence.
fotoMahaloness
a gravel pit in Alberta Canada

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April 7, 2014

Vivian Maier: The Emily Dickinson of Photography

Originally posted on Prometheus Unbound:

I’m super interested in seeing this documentary.

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April 7, 2014

The Most Amazing Place

Originally posted on Invasion of Light:

Morning Thought: The church is meant to be the most amazing place on earth, the light of the world. But we can only be a light as we focus on The Light, Jesus Christ. When we give Jesus the preeminence, people from every culture and tongue are drawn to his light. Thank you Father that you’re doing this in our day. Más Señor! “Nations will come to your light, and kings to the brightness of your dawn. Lift up your eyes and look about you: All assemble and come to you; your sons come from afar, and your daughters are carried on the hip. Then you will look and be radiant, your heart will throb and swell with joy; the wealth on the seas will be brought to you, to you the riches of the nations will come.” (Isaiah 60:3-5 NIV)

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April 7, 2014

Expect Nothing

Originally posted on mihran Kalaydjian:

Expect Nothing

Expect nothing. Live frugally
On surprise.
become a stranger
To need of pity
Or, if compassion be freely
Given out
Take only enough
Stop short of urge to plead
Then purge away the need.

Wish for nothing larger
Than your own small heart
Or greater than a star;
Tame wild disappointment
With caress unmoved and cold
Make of it a parka
For your soul.

Discover the reason why
So tiny human midget
Exists at all
So scared unwise
But expect nothing. Live frugally
On surprise.

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April 7, 2014

You Are Simply Amazing

Originally posted on faithfulmom:

You,and only you, are the author of your wonderful chapter book. God has provided you with the latest and greatest tools for a successful publishing so make your life a classic- the type of book which others will read for inspiration for generations to come

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April 7, 2014

- Fun Wid Us

Originally posted on Fun wid us Blog:

Just found this one, saved it in the wrong folder and forgot all about it. Foreground shot at dusk, sky shot a few hours later.
by Hakka
–FUN WID US
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April 7, 2014

Best One Knight Stand – Knightthon 2014.

Originally posted on Just Shopping By:

This weekend is one that I’ll never forget.

I stood for a full 24 hours in support of the Children’s Miracle Network!

Around the country, universities such as mine host dance marathons to support the children who have been or are currently being treated at children’s hospitals around the country (& especially in local areas.)

Our dance marathon event is called Knightthon, for we are the UCF Knights. :) It started yesterday at noon and I didn’t walk out of that building until 8 AM this morning. As rough as it was (especially on my feet — standing for 20 hours straight) it was so worth it!

Hearing from all the kids and their families, it was so inspiring. It reminded me of my family, especially of myself and my brother. Being that we were born premature and having health problems ourselves, seeing that even with my brother’s disabilities, we have come so…

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April 7, 2014

Lotus. – Fun Wid Us

Originally posted on Fun wid us Blog:

by yrgol2
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April 7, 2014

I Ponder of Something Great, My Lungs Will Fill and Then Deflate.

Originally posted on Jane's Diary:

I was going to have a video up for all my readers today, but alas, that did not go well today, because the iphone app for WordPress sucks. So on this dreary Sunday night, I will leave you with this.

Such a powerful song.

-Jane

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April 7, 2014

You are Amazing.. REMEMBER THAT!

Originally posted on JourneytoKiana:

Day 6

I have allowed negativity to control my thinking about myself . Opening up this message “you are amazing.. remember that!” got me thinking of all the things that I am amazing at. I’m ready to transform to the person that I want to be. It is my time to do what I was born for. What that is exactly, I am not quite sure yet. But I know that in God’s timing it will be revealed to me! Sometimes I feel as though, I’m rushing through day by day just waiting for better days instead of rejoicing in the everyday blessings. It’s amazing how I can feel so deeply about things and people. Its amazing how many obstacles I have been able to brake through. I’m dedicating my time to brake through my negative thinking and  unhealthy lifestyle this year. I declare Freedom over my broken…

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April 7, 2014

Bill and Melinda Gates – Giving away our wealth

Originally posted on christian royds:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSL-iIskEFU

Truly inspiring TED talk, money is not everything – when you have so much of it.

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April 7, 2014

Blue Fog – Fun Wid Us

Originally posted on Fun wid us Blog:

by matthiaslocker
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April 7, 2014

Hagel to China: Respect Your Neighbors

Originally posted on TIME:

U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel has confirmed America’s commitment to defend Japan , and demanded that China respect the territorial claims of other nations in the region.

Hagel made the remarks in a press conference in Tokyo on Sunday, ahead of his first trip to China as America’s defense chief. He urged China to embrace the responsibility that comes with being a global power, and rejected attempts by powerful nations to bully their smaller neighbors.

“With this power comes new and wider responsibilities as to how you use that power, how you employ that military power,” said Hagel, as he stood side by side with Japanese Minister of Defense Itsunori Onodera.

“I want to talk with the Chinese about all of that,” Hagel said, “particularly transparency — a key dimension of relationships. Transparency, intentions, what governments are doing, why.”

The U.S.’s top defense official also took time to criticize…

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April 7, 2014

The Thief

Originally posted on Source of Inspiration:

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A thief in the mirror
looks away with shame.
In his mind
his mother’s eyes
fill with tears.

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April 7, 2014

Malaysia jet searchers detect more signals consistent with black boxes

Originally posted on Top News Stories:

THE AUSTRALIAN official in charge of directing the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 calls news that more signals consistent with aircraft black boxes have been detected “very encouraging,” but cautions that they do not mean the plane has been found.
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    April 7, 2014

    About History – Conservation of the Gelati Frescos

    Originally posted on Georgia About:

    Gelati (Georgian: გელათის მონასტერი) is a monastic complex near the city of Kutaisi in the Imereti region of western Georgia. The Monastery is among the most important cultural landmarks of Georgia and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The complex contains the Church of the Virgin founded by David the Builder (Georgian: დავით აღმაშენებელი) in 1106, and the 13th-century churches of St George and St Nicholas.
    Church of the Virgin at Gelati monastic complex

    Church of the Virgin at Gelati monastic complex

    The frescos of the Church of the Virgin are considered to be unique, as they display the entire history and most important stages of Georgian ecclesiastic mural paintings. A fresco is a painting done rapidly in water color on wet plaster on a wall or ceiling, so that the colors penetrate the plaster and become fixed as it dries.

    Frescos at the Church of the Virgin at Gelati

    Frescos at the Church of the Virgin at Gelati

    Unfortunately, this type of painting is susceptible to climate fluctuation…

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    April 2, 2014

    Surveillance Photo Released Of Dublin Gas Station Robbery

    Originally posted on CBS San Francisco:

    DUBLIN (CBS SF) — Police have released photos of a man who robbed a Dublin gas station on Wednesday night, a police lieutenant said.

    Officers responded to a report of a robbery in progress at a Shell gas station at 5933 Dougherty Road at about 11:45 p.m., Lt. Herb Walters said.

    The suspect entered the gas station with a black bag, baseball bat and red plastic gas can, he said.

    He ordered the clerk to put all the money in the bag or he would burn the gas station down, Walters said.

    The suspect fled the scene with an unknown amount of money, police said.

    Police had previously reported that the car was a Nissan Altima but on Monday updated the description to a Ford Fusion.

    Anyone with information on this robbery is asked to call police Detective Sgt. Rafael Alvarez at (925) 833-6682.

    © Copyright 2014 by CBS San…

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    April 2, 2014

    Bye, Bye Bootstrapping — Last-Minute Booking App Hot Hotels Raises $1M

    Originally posted on TechCrunch:

    In the idiosyncratic world of European startups, being bootstrapped can be both a badge of honour and a mark against your name, especially when you have a heavy-weight Silicon Valley competitor backed to the tune of $80.35 million .

    Enter Hot Hotels, the Madrid-based last-minute hotel booking app and European competitor to HotelTonight, which is announcing its raised $1 million from Axon Partners Group — its first external investment since being founded in January 2012.

    Officially, the new funds are pegged for expansion into Latin America, for which Axon brings expertise, and to further consolidate what it claims is a leadership position in Europe. However, I’m also hearing that Hot Hotels has a platform play in development, something that would see the company expand beyond just being a consumer app, to also helping other travel apps get in on the last-minute hotel booking action. The move would be another…

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    April 2, 2014

    National Bra day for Mollie

    Originally posted on My Three Moggies:

    Mollies BDAY

    Mollie has a birthday today and may have forgotten, so if you have a spare moment pop over and say hello :-) purrrr Click here

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    April 2, 2014

    Firewood – Fun Wid Us

    Originally posted on Fun wid us Blog:

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    April 2, 2014

    Seduced by silence – Fun Wid Us

    Originally posted on Fun wid us Blog:

    *purification of the soul* Like ✔ Comment ✔ Share ✔ Follow ✔ if you like what you see I recommend strongly to view it on black background Cheers.
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    April 2, 2014

    Aortas – Fun Wid Us

    Originally posted on Fun wid us Blog:

    OSAKA CITY
    by azul_momento
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    April 2, 2014

    $425 Million Powerball Winner Wants Privacy

    Originally posted on Top News Stories:

    Winner of February’s $425 million Powerball jackpot wants to remain out of the spotlight

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    April 2, 2014

    California Lottery official: Sole winner of $425M February Powerball jackpot comes forward

    Originally posted on Top News Stories:

    The sole winner of February’s $425 million Powerball jackpot came forward to claim his prize Tuesday.

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    April 2, 2014

    South Korea suspects North behind crashed unmanned drones

    Originally posted on Top News Stories:

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    April 2, 2014

    Seaside Glamour

    Originally posted on Maddy's Lil Corner Blog:

    Seaside Glamour

    Colored chandelier
    ourboathouse.com

    Linen shades
    lampsplus.com

    Set of three wall art
    lampsplus.com

    Floral throw pillow
    threadsence.com

    Teal toss pillow
    amazon.com

    Hardwood furniture
    arhaus.com

    3 seat couch
    $1,825-oliverbonas.com

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    March 31, 2014

    A Guide for the Amateur Car Chauffeur and How to Become a Limo Driver

    Originally posted on The Playground:

    Image Courtesy of William Creswell

    Want to be an amateur car chauffeur? Or maybe you want to know how to become a limo driver? If you want the latter, then you’ll probably want to be an amateur car chauffeur first, to gain the experience you need to become the limo driver of your dreams.

    For the Amateur Car Chauffeur:

    First off, an amateur car chauffeur needs a car to drive. But it can’t just be any car. If you own the car you’re driving, then you’ve already failed in your role as chauffeur. Chauffeurs never drive their own vehicles, so you’ll need to find another person’s car. The easiest, fastest, cheapest way to get someone else’s car is to steal it.

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    March 31, 2014

    The 42nd Street Hawker

    Originally posted on Sketching a Story:

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    Author’s Note: This essay received honorable mention in Notre Dame Magazine’s 2013 Young Alumni Essay contest. It was first published at magazine.nd.edu.

    I have walked past Geoff nearly every day for a year.

    After getting off the bus in Midtown Manhattan, I need to cut two avenues east and seven blocks north. I always choose the path that goes down 42nd Street that passes Geoff.

    Forty-second Street at 9 a.m. is one of the black diamonds of New York terrain. Commuters and tourists alike unload from buses at Port Authority — the busiest bus terminal in the world — and mix like oil and water on the streets. They mostly move in one direction, streaming through the city’s concrete arteries towards Times Square, its thumping heart.

    I hit my stride as I walk down 42nd, expertly swimming through the crowds, spying then slipping into open pockets of space…

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    March 31, 2014

    Feminism, It’ll Make You Millions.

    Originally posted on Paula vs Patriarchy:

    I don’t watch television on a television (that is so 2008), and as a result I am never bombarded by commercials. But often my friends will pass along a commercial they like. It’s usually ‘feminist’, and it usually leaves a funny taste in my mouth.

    Sure, in theory feminist ads rock. Who doesn’t want to be reminded that women are just as capable as men? Why wouldn’t you want to see girls kick ass?

    I can’t help but feel as though feminism today is a commodity. A term bought, sold, and traded, all in order to help companies increase their profits.

    Take the recent CoverGirl commercial featuring a handful of female celebrities (Ellen DeGeneres, Queen Latifah, etc.) telling viewers what girls can are capable of, from owning a business to playing a professional sport. Or recall the ad put out this past autumn by the shampoo company Pantene, illustrating some…

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    March 31, 2014

    Children of Lafaek: The People and Culture of Timor-Leste

    Originally posted on A drifter off to see the world:

    “Lafaek” is the Tetun word for crocodile and it is sacred for the Timorese. Legend says that the land is the body of the lafaek; the whole island of Timor is shaped like one–the lower body is West Timor and the head is East Timor. Whichever comes first–the legend or the map–lafaek is deeply embedded into the life and culture of the Timorese then and now.

    The map of Timor-Leste is shaped like a crocodile’s head

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    Timorese boys at Dili Beach

    There may be several versions but this is the widely told and most concise story of the legend about The Boy and Crocodile, now a children’s book sold for the benefit of orphans in Timor-Leste.

    Once there was a crocodile who dreamed of becoming a big crocodile. To follow his dream, he set off for the sea to find more food. Still far from the shore and under…

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    March 31, 2014

    The Midlife Moment of Truth

    Originally posted on Ephemeral Memories:

    The clock marks the flow of time,

    A circle of segmented reminders

    Seconds become minutes, minutes merge into hours

    Every day the sun rises, and usual routines fill up our calendars

    Each innocuous day adds up to months, years into decades,

    Instance by instance, layer after layer,

    Time moves ever so smoothly, a continuous river

    Never stopping, never pausing

    The lull of seamless sequencing

    An unsuspecting mind holds on to an image

    And yet a sudden revelation of age

    The grey strands that show up one morning from nowhere

    A slight paunch that refuses to go anywhere

    Eyes that miss the fine print,  one fine day

    That sudden onset of decay

    Age, a discontinuous awareness.

    A grudging acceptance

    The pushing game of peaks and plateaus

    An invitation to mature,

    To shake off the illusion of repair

    To  see through the myth of reversal

    To embrace the illusion of renewal.

    The…

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    March 31, 2014

    Writing—So Easy a Caveman Can Do It

    Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:

    Original image via Flickr Creative Commons courtesy of Sodanie Chea

    Original image via Flickr Creative Commons courtesy of Sodanie Chea

    Recently a Facebook friend shared a post with me regarding Indie Musicians versus Indie Authors. It appears our culture has a fascination and reverence for the Indie Musician whereas Indie Authors face an immediate stigma. We authors have to continually prove ourselves, whereas musicians don’t (at least not in the same way). My friend seemed perplexed, but to me it’s very simple.

    We’re not even going to address the flood of “bad” books. Many writers rush to publish before they’re ready, don’t secure proper editing, etc. But I feel the issue is deeper and it reflects one of the many challenges authors face and always will.

    People give automatic respect to a musician because not everyone can play an instrument or sing. Simple. It’s clear that artist can do something many cannot.

    As writers, we have an insidious enemy. People…

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    March 31, 2014

    Bad Feminism

    Originally posted on Claire Lehmann:

    “Pop-feminism,” as a movement, valorises feelings above reason, cynicism above hope. It has regressed to a point where anything at all, no matter how irrational or how narcissistic, can be celebrated as ‘feminist’.

    Articles such as: I Look Down On Young Women With Husbands And Kids And I’m Not Sorryor How Accepting Leggings as Pants Made Me a Better Feminist are shared wide and far on social media as feminist political statements.

    Anyone can identify as a “feminist”. Even men who openly admit to domestic violence, such as Hugo Schwyzer. There are no boundaries, no benchmarks and no standards to which feminism will hold itself accountable.

    It was not meant to be like this. In 1792, Mary Wollstonecraft publishedThe Vindication of the Rights of Women. Her basic hypothesis was that women are capable of reason; just as men are. Yet because women are denied a…

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    March 31, 2014

    A copy editor’s daydream

    Originally posted on Little Stories:

    It’s easy to get lost in the microcosm of your job and think that the rest of the world should be operating within your work-day paradigms. Today, for instance, I was editing an extremely poorly written blog post, and instead of whistling while I worked and cheerfully improving the piece, my to-author queries just started getting more and more touchy; I was enraged that such a person could exist, someone with such a paltry ability to form a solid sentence! With such little knowledge of punctuation and the difference between an em- and en-dash!

    So I had to stop. Put it away. Breathe. Realize that I live in a weird, underground world that is detached from most people’s everyday reality. A world in which editors obsess over language precision and the correctness of a word for hours. A world in which you strive not to betray an author’s trust by…

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    March 31, 2014

    Radio XXXII, side A, track 12: “We Don’t Have To Be Over 21 (To Fall In Love)” by The Jackson 5

    Originally posted on Mixed Tape Masterpiece:

    The Jackson 5 Oh, The Jackson 5 , I love this track for so many reasons, the main reason being that it kinda stinks.  It’s a crappy recording of another crappy recording of a song that’s not particularly good.  And I love it.  Of all the songs that were featured on the Now and Then Weekend , this is my favorite.  It’s the rawest and maybe even the rarest of the songs that were featured lo those many years ago, and were you a gambling man, if someone had bet you that the lead singer on this tune was going to be one of the biggest pop stars, if not THE biggest pop star, of all time, you would not have taken that bet, The Jackson 5.  The kid was all right, but the harmonies were rooooough, and coupled with the poor sound quality and a fairly mediocre song in general, there’s no…

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    March 31, 2014

    Am I Ms. Marvel?

    Originally posted on Reviews by Lantern's Light:

    When I heard that there was going to be a new Muslim Ms. Marvel, I raced to my e-mail and requested it on WCBR. To be honest, I’m not completely sure why. You can find my review of the series here, but, if you’ll forgive some navel gazing, I wanted to take a moment to put down some more personal thoughts.

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    March 31, 2014

    Marlo Thomas: Free to Be… All These Years Later

    Originally posted on TIME:

    It was only a giggle and five words, but it told us our work was cut out for us.

    The year was 1974, and my friend, producer Carole Hart, and I were deep into creating a TV special based on our children’s LP that celebrated gender and racial equality. Filled with songs and stories and poems, the project encouraged kids to realize that their dreams were not only boundless, but achievable. Our title for the project: Free to Be…You and Me.

    For one scene in the special, we’d decided to interview children about how they envisioned their lives one day. This segment, we felt, would underscore that people had to be taught to be sexist; and that little children had not yet been socialized with gender stereotypes.

    “What would you like to be when you grow up?” we asked one precious, curly-headed preschooler, the tape rolling as we waited…

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    March 31, 2014

    Resignation Letter, Or, ‘The World’

    Originally posted on The Philosophunculist:

    I just quit my job. Weeks before I knew I was going to quit, I wrote this resignation letter. Then, in the excitement of finally being able to quit, I forgot to bring it with me when I actually did quit. Balls. Not a big deal, though: it was purposely designed to confound, flummox, and bring about the general idea that I was somewhat unstable, thus making my hasty departure a point of concern rather than indignation.

    The highfalutin verbiage and esoteric references would have been lost on the audience anyway. I mean, the one guy has had the same handlebar moustache for at least two decades. And last year, he didn’t even tell us when one of our coworkers was murdered by his girlfriend (Sadly, I didn’t make that up. She ran him over with her car. Management said not one word about it, to avoid giving people a day off for…

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    March 31, 2014

    WIN TICKETS TO SEE YOUNG JEEZY ALL WEEK LONG

    Originally posted on Power 107.5:

    Young Jeezy

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    March 31, 2014

    God is….

    Originally posted on Source of Inspiration:

    perfect flower5

    The message is so
    simple that we don’t
    “get it!”

    God is love
    nothing more
    nothing less.

    And as we are
    from God,
    we are Love,
    nothing more
    nothing less.

    “but, but, but…”
    you cry, “so much
    horror in the world.
    How can we
    be love?”

    The seed is planted
    in the ground and waits
    to come forth
    in all its beauty.

    Water your seed
    with Love and Light
    and you will blossom
    into a flower of love
    in all its beauty

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    March 31, 2014

    #776 – This Ain’t Westeros

    Originally posted on Sketches From Memory:

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    It snowed again Sunday afternoon. Enough is enough, winter. Give it up already.

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    March 31, 2014

    The Readers — Alberto Magnelli

    Originally posted on Biblioklept:

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    March 31, 2014

    Climate Change Consensus Cools

    Originally posted on PA Pundits - International:

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    In time more scientists will not want their reputation sullied by association with alarmism:

    One of the authors of a U.N. draft report on climate change pulled out of the writing team, saying his colleagues were issuing unfounded “alarmist” claims at the expense of real solutions.

    “The drafts became too alarmist,” said Richard Tol, a Dutch professor of economics at Sussex University in England…

    Mr. Tol was part of a team of 70 authors working on revisions to a U.N. report on climate change, to be issued in Japan on March 31. The final draft, which is the copy that Mr. Tol found objectionable, included findings that a warming global temperature will lead to disruption in food supplies and stagnating economies — and that coral reefs and lands in the Arctic may already have suffered irreversible damages…

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    I can see why Tol has quit. One…

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    March 31, 2014

    Lethally Cute

    Originally posted on JONATHAN TURLEY:

    n6dUyfR I sure hope that this family does not have children because they just got some serious competition for the will.

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    March 31, 2014

    Dog teams searching mudslide debris given two-day break as death toll hits 21

    Originally posted on Top News Stories:

    The number of people who have been confirmed dead from last week’s mudslide in Washington state has increased from 18 to 21, authorities said.

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