"Kiss The Cook"10x10Acrylic on Canvas
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A 911 call was made from a Wal-Mart in Beavercreek, Ohio. The caller stated that a man had a rifle, and was pointing it at people and kids. Police responded, and when they confronted him, they fired upon him quickly when they say he started to raise the rifle he was carrying. Afterwards, it was […]
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Happy Anniversary Mom and Dad, we love and miss you!! I'm sure they are celebrating out in Colorado.
I watch a select few series on YouTube: There’s a world of interesting stuff, but only so many hours in a lifetime, and one must choose carefully.
One series that I adore and watch without fail as soon as each new episode is posted is Speakeasy with Paul F. Tompkins. These are interviews, over drinks, by actor/comedian Tompkins with a range of people – mostly actors but also comedians, writers, and performers of many kinds. There are thoughtful and funny interviews, never confrontational but always having some unexpected element.
Many of the interviews I’ve enjoyed most were with actors I didn’t know at all, people who have played roles in series that I don’t watch, for example. This week’s interview is with Michael Sheen, who played David Frost in the play and then film adaptation of Frost/Nixon, Tony Blair in The Queen, and a variety of other roles on stage, on TV, and in film (Twilight, Tron, Midnight in Paris). He currently has the lead role of William H. Masters in Showtime’s Masters of Sex. These are big roles, and I’ve never seen a single one them.
But this interview is delightful not for the behind the scenes views of these roles, but because Michael Sheen turns out to be a brilliant storyteller of his own experiences, which are themselves funny (or sound so when he recounts them). I could watch him be interviewed all day.
Here we are at the Pirates game. It was a great game!! Thanks Lori!!
Here is the final play of the game...
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Thanks and have a wonderful weekend!
All of the TV shows we watch regularly and occasionally miss, can be found on OnDemand via the Armstrong Cable Company. Thus making this particular service not cost effective for our family.
When comparing this to Netflix, there really is none. Netflix streams with far superior quality and content. So if you are interested, make sure that when you're trying it, do so in the first five days and if cancelling it, do so on the sixth...
I would not suggest this service to friends or family.
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Too many times, I hear people referring to themselves as “pagan” when the discussion of religion comes up. You really need to stop doing this, let me tell you why. Firstly, you should know where the word comes from. We can trace its origins way back to the Roman Empire. Just a few centuries after […]
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Here is a video of Inside the Music for "Fix My Eyes" via K-Love radio that I found in my Facebook feed this afternoon.
If you don't see the video click this direct link via Youtube: http://youtu.be/Guv2cr1bXqc
Here is an video of "Fix My Eyes" preformed by for King & Country on air for K-Love radio.
If you don't see the video, click this direct link via YouTube: http://youtu.be/-Lol1tOMR3Y