September 30, 2009
September 27, 2009
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September 22, 2009
OMG! I think I need to go - it is rare he ever comes out to Arizona.
October 25th! WHOOOOO!!!! This is going to be so awesome!
September 21, 2009
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September 19, 2009
We had the pleasure of seeing John Pinette.
There were two warm up people - one from Australia who was kinda funny. His big stick was showing how stupid Americans are - kinda funny..got some laughs but the next guy was freaking hilarious. I wish I could remember both of their names but I just cant.
Anyway if you have the chance to go to the Improv - do it..it is truly a great way to spend an evening - laughing - getting drinks...and just a day to relieve the stresses of the world.
I am going back - we have tickets for when Dave Attell shows up in November.
Here are some clips of John Pinette for your enjoyment!
Hopefully before the next new year I will be in Israel living there permanently.
September 17, 2009
LOS ANGELES, California (CNN) -- Actor Henry Gibson, who played roles ranging from loopy poets to vengeful Illinois Nazis and cranky judges during a 40-year film and television career, has died at age 73, his representatives said Wednesday.
Henry Gibson had a role as a neo-Nazi in the cult movie classic "The Blues Brothers."
Gibson was a regular on "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In," where he was known for popping up to read short, humorous poems during the show's 1968-71 run.
He was a frequent guest star on television shows from the 1970s through the mid-2000s, with a recurring role as a judge on ABC's "Boston Legal" as late as 2008.
His movie roles included turns in two of director Robert Altman's 1970s films, "Nashville" and "The Long Goodbye," and as the neo-Nazi leader pursuing John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd in "The Blues Brothers."No details of his death were immediately available, said Peter Gross, a spokesman Talentworks LA, which represented Gibson.
Now that Tink is working full time...and that we both have to wake up at 4 am..it fucking sucks! LOL A necessary evil though - given that her schedule almost matches mine perfectly. 6-3 pm. I drop her off there about 5:45 am and then I head over to my job - and now I am never EVER late to work....so it's a bonus LOL
It just sucks having to get up 2 hours early for work - by the time I get here..I start getting tired because I have already been up since 4 and now it's 6:30 when I get to the office (at the latest) and that mixed with the heat is just draining. Then I come home and work on my classes! LOL
On the upside I have been going out more - I am usually such a home body...prefer to stay in - work on classes, watch history channel or rest...now I have been going out much more frequently. Fun times.
On the Aliyah front - the marriage certificate is what I am waiting for - the check to California has not yet been cashed. I am in hurry up and wait mode.
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September 16, 2009
September 15, 2009
Here are some clips from the best Swayze movies:
September 13, 2009
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September 11, 2009
I really don't know what to think about this...or what to say about this....about the overall general ambivalence that many seem to show in light of the attacks that we have faced on that day. All I know is that I do miss President Bush more on this day than I do on any other day. Alot of thanks for keeping the US safe must go to him, Rumsfield and every single man and woman who are serving in the armed forces. And, I thank them all! Thank you for your diligence and effort to keep our country safe.
In some of the Jewish blogs some say that today is our Tish b'Av. They are probably right. A day of mourning and remembrance to those who work up...went to work...and had their lives snuffed out! It is a chilling reminder that no one is ever truly safe and that our world view of thinking we (America) are protected by our oceans.
Last year in Israel my view of 9/11 has changed. Seeing the land and knowing I want to live there and how tiny it is and the view that they live through horrific events far more than we Americans have ever experienced has broadened my world view.
This is a day we should remember those who lost their lives and a day to mourn the ending of our innocence that we were immune from the rest of the world and that we were safe in our blanket of oceans. We should be more pragmatic in our behaviors and in the country's dealing with other states. And, we should not stop fighting in until we beat the war out of those followers of Islamofascism.
September 10, 2009
September 08, 2009
Let's start with the always favorite Pixies
Pixies - Monkey Gone to heaven
Bananarama - Move in my direction
Stash - Raindrops
September 07, 2009
Every day I wish I was back there. Every Single Day. Soon I will be there. Soon I will be able to start over. And in the most special place in the entire world.
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