September 23, 2007

NEW HEEP CLIP - Tasha and Music III

Today we have a new clip available on Heep!!! It was an instant classic!  I am dubbing it Tasha and Music 3.

Here it is to view.

It was a totally cute and funny when Tasha grabbed scissors and acted like she was going to cut her hair  and instead used it like a violin! LOL  The first part of the clip was very romantic and the song Georgia fit perfectly!  And even the skipping and Tasha mimicking that was just funny and spot on!  I don't know about anyone else but watching her play with her hair was cute and something I think I could watch almost all the time! LOL  And, of course we got to see her smile...which is just amazing!   So go and enjoy the clip!

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Football Pool update

Ok ok..I just have to say it...but I am the KING! LOL so far...half of the games are done...or in progress so far...and I have only had 1 incorrect so far!

Now if Dallas will be icing on the cake!  GO DALLAS!!!

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Ivy League College's = Insane Asylum

Don't know if many of you have caught this WHOPPER!  But I did while I was browsing the blogs at my sisters and I was just speechless!  What the HELL is going on with our college's and universities - our supposed bastions of higher learning is becoming a place to lock up people and throw away the key!  I am just at a loss...a complete loss of words.

From LGF

Columbia Dean: We'd Certainly Invite Hitler

Sat, Sep 22, 2007 at 4:07:51 pm PST

Columbia University dean John Coatsworth says if Hitler were in the United States he’d find “plenty of platforms from which to speak.”

And Columbia would be one of them; they would “certainly invite him.”

The Ivory Tower has turned into an insane asylum.

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September 22, 2007

A Pink Floyd Evening

PBS is showing a 1994 I decided to post some clips.

Learning to fly



Hey You

Comfortably Numb

Wish you were here

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Back home - sort of

After a week of watching my niece and nephew ... yesterday I had part of the day off....After I went shopping at Saks 5th Ave & Macy's and some Jewerly Store that was wayyyy to rich for my blood called Hyde Park (they had a SMALL diamond ring and it was about $14,000).  I got to Gilbert, AZ about 7pm and took the kids back to my place....

I totally spoil them candy, ice cream....they saw movies LOL - I got a nice long sleep...almost 10 hours!  And I am still tired LOL!!! My cats got to torment my niece and nephew....LOL...which was all good...and then Curio went and fell asleep right next to me.

Woke, got to clean up my house...put my nephew to work...LOL..and got them Coldstone Ice cream....I helped my niece with her school work...writing papers and such...and I graded some of my papers.....and around 3 pm we left to come back to Gilbert.  The plan was that I would leave here around 9 pm, but now that just got shot to hell because my sister is trapped in Chicago because the plane is delayed!  So I have to stay here until they get to their house then I get my freedom back!

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Friday Night funnies - a day late!

Larry Miller & the 5 Levels of Drinking

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Yom Kippur

I just wanted to wish everyone Good Yontif.  Yom Kippur began last night at sundown.

Here is some information on the holiday.

...In the seventh month, on the tenth day of the month, you shall afflict your souls, and you shall not do any work ... For on that day he shall provide atonement for you to cleanse you from all your sins before the L-RD. -Leviticus 16:29-30

Yom Kippur is probably the most important holiday of the Jewish year. Many Jews who do not observe any other Jewish custom will refrain from work, fast and/or attend synagogue services on this day. Yom Kippur occurs on the 10th day of Tishri. The holiday is instituted at Leviticus 23:26 et seq.

The name "Yom Kippur" means "Day of Atonement," and that pretty much explains what the holiday is. It is a day set aside to "afflict the soul," to atone for the sins of the past year. In Days of Awe, I mentioned the "books" in which G-d inscribes all of our names. On Yom Kippur, the judgment entered in these books is sealed. This day is, essentially, your last appeal, your last chance to change the judgment, to demonstrate your repentance and make amends.

As I noted in Days of Awe, Yom Kippur atones only for sins between man and G-d, not for sins against another person. To atone for sins against another person, you must first seek reconciliation with that person, righting the wrongs you committed against them if possible. That must all be done before Yom Kippur.

Yom Kippur is a complete Sabbath; no work can be performed on that day. It is well-known that you are supposed to refrain from eating and drinking (even water) on Yom Kippur. It is a complete, 25-hour fast beginning before sunset on the evening before Yom Kippur and ending after nightfall on the day of Yom Kippur. The Talmud also specifies additional restrictions that are less well-known: washing and bathing, anointing one's body (with cosmetics, deodorants, etc.), wearing leather shoes (Orthodox Jews routinely wear canvas sneakers under their dress clothes on Yom Kippur), and engaging in sexual relations are all prohibited on Yom Kippur.

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September 21, 2007

Yup, another post from me

Firefox vs. Internet Explorer, Netscape and Safari

Haha ah man!  kracks me up! :p hehe 

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What would you do?


CORPUS CHRISTI — Some things you see you cannot believe with your own eyes.

Corpus Christi Parking Control employee Simon Gonzales brought a roach to the Caller-Times Wednesday. He said found it three days ago and is afraid to remove the acorn because it might pull his head off.

What would you do?


Link to original post: Caller-Times


Heh Yeah, what would you do? Hehe


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New Ken Burns Documentary

If you are wondering why I posted the previous post - a clip from Ken Burns the Civil War - this will explain it.  His new documentary is out as of 9/23!  This one is his take on WWII.  IF anyone can improve on a documentary about a subject that has been talked about over and is going to be Ken Burns.  He is a genius pure and simple!  There are not many people that I would give the title of Genius...but Ken Burns is one.  I love history not because of the dates or the facts but because of the events and people.  I joke around saying history is about violence, wars, drama, sex, intrigue, sex and did I mention sex.  But all of that is due to the people, those who made it in the history books and those who are at most a footnote in the pages of history.  Just watch this clip and the previous one and tell me your not moved!

"The War"

Whether you love PBS or hate it, you can't deny that without that network we would probably never have been introduced to the work of Ken Burns. His documentary work has been imitated, and memorably mocked. This Sunday, his newest documentary - "The War" - begins on PBS.

"The War" tells the story of World War II through the eyes of the men who fought it. Looks like this documentary is going to be on par with "The Civil War," which has one of the most tear-inducing moments of television I've ever seen. (Segment starts at 2:28 - those that have seen it know exactly what I mean.)

How Could I Forget? - Now that I think about it, maybe Ken Burns was imitating IB.

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This is Love

Watch this moving clip..from Ken Burns the Civil War.

This is love.  This letter that is read.

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New Clip on Heep!!!

Yes, it was posted yesterday..but in my defense I was SWAMPED!!! I hardly made a post yesterday until I got home...Dan told me about the clip before I had to pick up a $92K Check!  So, I am a day late... My bad!

But yes...we have a new clip....

CLIP is here!

And Tasha was hunting that poor kitty!!! That was not nice! LOL  But it seems that Dishka's cat is becoming its own character in the clips! LOL

This was a nice long clip of both Tasha and Dishka..and I am sure Dan was pleased that he got to see "Leggs" LOL

There is that Dr. Seuss Vibe in this least that is what I seem to get...Too bad there isn't subtitles for us Hebrew impaired LOL   Beyond that Dishka is an awesome narrator!  Also, very good music in this clip too...some of it we have heard before..but I don't get tired of it...and the Mr. Sandman song was a nice touch!  Even my niece recognized that song.

Wonderful job...and the editing and organization was great too!

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Alicia "Clueless" Silverstone - Naked for Peta

Alicia Silverstone's Too Hot For TV Peta Ad

If you care. Frankly I saw more in The Crush, all 2,244 times I watched it.

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FROM CHRIS--- UB40 RED RED WINE-official VIdeo---awesome


he does actually seem drunk in this video....

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Sex vs the Intertubes

Gotta love those tax funded studies!

From Ace (as if you couldn't have guessed already!)

Survey Finds One in Five Give Up Sex for Internet

Guess this explains you guys, no?

More than a quarter of respondents -- or 28 percent -- admitted spending less time socializing face-to-face with peers because of the amount of time they spend online.

It also found that 20 percent said they spend less time having sex because they are online.

Cell phones won out over television in a question asking which device people couldn't go without but the Internet trumped all, regarded as the most necessary.

I'm pleased to tell you that I went without TV, internet, or phone access for two weeks this summer while in Costa Rica (then the NBA draft was on, so we found a cheap 'net cafe and ended up coming back day after day just to check on things).

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September 20, 2007

Israeli Radio

Hehe, I have been drowning my niece and nephew with Hebrew so much that they can actually recognize the language when its spoken.  The reason this is is at night I leave my laptop on listening to Radio Tel Aviv 102 FM  

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Stupid Criminal of the Day

From Ace

Damn Government Won’t Help a Guy Out of a Bind

Imagine you are a relatively low level drug smuggler for a big trafficking ring and you misplace a load of cocaine. Who amongst us can say that’s never happened to them? Of course you figure your boss is not going to be cool with that and just write it off, so what do you do? If you are Leroy Carr-Super Genius, you call your local Immigration and Custom Enforcement office and ask for a little help.

According to the complaint, he told agents that on Aug. 3, he had stashed two blue backpacks containing 68 pounds of cocaine by the entrance to a Boy Scout camp near the Canadian border. When he returned the next day, they were gone, he said.

Carr, of suburban Federal Way, asked if ICE could put out a news release saying that federal agents had seized the drugs. That way, according to the complaint, the organization he was working for would believe his statements that he hadn't stolen them.

But did these so called ‘public servants’ do this citizen a solid? No. No they did not. The SOBs arrested him! Leroy Carr-Super Genius has been charged with possession with intent to distribute.

Whatever happened to ‘we’re from the government and we’re here to help’?

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Another New video!

Damn I am just so addicted to dance music.

I have been hunting for this song for MONTHS..and finally found out the name and title AND am now downloading it!

Stardust - Music sounds better with you

Man to go clubbing again or to Raves! LOL 

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September 19, 2007

Beer is Good

For Tasha

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Arizona State Fair Concerts

If anyone is planning to come to AZ between Sep and Nov here are some concert information for the Arizona State Fair - in case your interested:

2007 Arizona State Fair Concert Series

Reserved Seats On Sale Now

All shows are FREE with your Fair admission on a first come, first served basis. Or, you may purchase reserved seat tickets through Ticketmaster and the Coliseum Box Office NOW.

Gretchen Wilson
Oct. 13 • 7:00 pm
Reserved seating $20

sponsored by Circle K
Oct. 14 • 7:00 pm

As heard on 98 KUPD, beginning Sept. 17 – Oct. 14 go to Circle K and buy a Corona/Corona Light 12 pack, a Coors Light 12 pack, or two Coca-Cola product 12 packs or two Dr Pepper 12 packs, and get a FREE reserved ticket to the Daughtry show (Ticket also includes Fair admission). 4500 reserved Daughtry concert seats are on a first come, first served basis. Click here for redemption instructions.

"Weird Al" Yankovic
Oct. 16 • 7:00 pm
Reserved seating $15

Live and Collective Soul
Oct. 19 • 7:00 pm
Reserved seating $15

Rihanna  presented by 104.7 KISS FM
With Baby Bash
Oct. 20 • 7:00 pm
Reserved seating $15

Kid Rock presented by 98 KUPD
Oct. 23 • 7:00 pm
Reserved seating $20

Montgomery Gentry
Oct. 26 • 7:00 pm
Reserved seating $20

Howie Mandel
Oct. 27 • 7:00 pm
Reserved seating $15
This show is not suitable for all ages.

Alice Cooper
Oct. 31 • 7:00 pm
Reserved Seating $20

CMT ON TOUR 2007 Sugarland CHANGE
Featuring Little Big Town

Nov. 1 • 7:00 pm
Reserved seating $25

Old School Jam
Nov. 2 • 8:00 pm
Reserved seating $15

GQ - "I Do Love You" * "Sitting In The Park" * "Disco Nights" * "A Star In Your Eyes"
* plus a tribute to Marvin Gay and Billy Stewart

Evelyn “Champagne” King – "Shame" * "Love Come Down" * "Betcha She Don’t Love You" * "I’m In Love" * "Music Boz"

The Dazz Band - "Let It Whip" * "Joy Stick"

The Friends of Distinction – “Grazing In the Grass” * “Going In Circles” * “Love Or Let Me Be Lonely”

MC Magic of NB Ridaz featuring Krystal Melody – “Lost In Love” * “Sexy Lady”
* "Pretty Girl" * "Lies" * "So Fly" * "Down For Yours”

Amanda Perez - "Candy Kisses" * "I Pray" * “Angel” * “Dedicate”

Sophia Maria - "Forget About Her" * "Whatever U Want (Duet with MC Magic)”

Steve Miller Band
Nov. 3 • 7:00 pm
Reserved seating $20

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