STOP!!! And share this around the world . Thank you for sharing.Please post where you’re from so I can track how far the video is going..
Newborn fawn is curious about the little girl, now WATCH what the little girl does next… WOW!
Hadda post. Just lovely…!
PentaProps™ to Sally Petrone for the posting and the sharing.
I like it better silent, music’s a bit much for me.
Chiller Freakin’ Theater!!!
Oo Oo Oo!!!
To miss this was a sin, man, you dig?
via Frank!!! Frank… is loved.
This Sacred Intro had some pretty interesting stuff come up after it, but this, just this is what has stuck in my mind (and I guess dear Frank’s!) as the memorable bit.
I think it was a major influence in my mch later fondness for After Effects…
Oh, yeah, I’m sure of it.
Istanbul – The Gladiators
Uploaded on Dec 3, 2011
Istanbul Not Constantinople by The Gladiators
Oo yeah havent heard this in ages.
Classic tone on that guitar, too, eh?
NASA has released spectacular images of Juno’s first close flyby of Jupiter. The flyby was a success and the results are intense.
Bravo to the heroes who are our Magellan, our Columbus. Just look at this stuff and let your mind fly.
Going in then leaving the area.
Whoa. Nice! This one is when the probe was just 4,200km above the planet.
The South Polar aurora in infrared.
The pictures show the swirling clouds of the gas giant at both its poles – views that no previous mission has managed to acquire in such detail.
Juno captured the data last weekend as it made its first close approach to the planet since going into orbit in July. The flyby took the spacecraft just 4,200km above Jupiter’s multi-coloured atmosphere. The 6MB of data gathered by Juno is still being analysed, but principal investigator Scott Bolton said new things were already obvious. “First glimpse of Jupiter’s north pole, and it looks like nothing we have seen or imagined before,” the Southwest Research Institute scientist said in a Nasa statement. “It’s bluer in colour up there than other parts of the planet, and there are a lot of storms. ”
There is no sign of the latitudinal bands or zones and belts that we are used to – this image is hardly recognisable as Jupiter. “We’re seeing signs that the clouds have shadows, possibly indicating that the clouds are at a higher altitude than other features.”
This is Zoe.
She is a model out of Los Angeles and also an accomplished actress, costume maker and fine art painter.
She is also the daughter of a good friend of mine.
I like this pic!
It speaks volumes.
Don’t worry, linkage is coming.
This is the photo she uses as her profile pic on her model portal page.
These are neat, too…
She has an outfit for any occasion.
Here is a note about a magazine contest Zoe is in written by her Dad and only slightly edited by myself. Please vote!
Vote for Zoe
The glamorous, fearless, multi talented model/actress/painter, Zoe, is currently participating in a contest to select “Miss Jetset” for the cover of “Jetset” a popular internet magazine.
(For detailed info on Zoe, check out these links and judge for yourself.
…and last but by no means least, Zoe in her In-Your-Face mode: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2032291/Nude-York-City-Bodypainted-model-Zoe-West-hauled-jail-Times-Square-spectacle.html (and then surf around at will)
Here is the link to the Jetset contest:
She is currently #1 in her region (California) so no doubt she will also make this second cut. If you agree that Zoe would make an exemplary Miss Jetset and you would like to vote for her, here’s the protocol.
Her Jetset page (link above) will guide you through easily enough though it neglects to point out an important caveat. If you’re not on Facebook you can’t vote.
Miss Jetset is a vote-in contest open to all. Rather like the All Star game you can place multiple votes, they’re free, once daily. for as long as the contest goes on. However, unlike the All Star game, but rather like the U.S. Congress and Democracy American Style, you can actually BUY votes. Except that in this case, the money goes for a much better cause, especially since a sizable chunk of it goes to a benevolent charity that helps children with cancer (see the Jetset website for details on all aspects of the voting.)
Well, I don’t know about you, but I am gonna vote for Zoe.
This is the most refreshing sign I’ve seen in way too long a time.
I’m lovin’ it.
The title is a quote stolen from my bud Frank S. Petrilli.
Those were his words on first seeing this awesome film set photograph of the always stunning and perennially bewitching Elizabeth Montgomery from an episode of The Untouchables.
And I can do naught but agree.
The whole noir era is lost to history since you just cant do it now.
And it looked so cool.
And things looked so real.
Ah well. We can all still watch these treasures.
I am pretty sure I got the pic from Atomic Samba.
Love is everywhere, in everything. It is the force that connects all things.
Love is what many are talking about when they speak of God. Not many realize that, though. Due to the teachings of the various organized religions. God is not an old guy sitting on a throne in the sky. No. God is Love.
And as Mr Lennon and friends noted, “Love is all you need.”
Try it. It works. And it will actually make you healthier.
The Sad Sam Blues Jam – Jessica (cover)
The Sad Sam Blues Jam Published on May 14, 2015
One of Sad Sam’s last shows in 2014. They played to a packed house at Players Pub in Bloomington, Indiana. It was a great night!
Sadie Johnson – gutiar
Krista Hess – guitar
Sam Johnson – bass
Matt McCarthy – drums
Sam Motter – sax
Great to provide some sort of soundtrack for the madness and the profound writer’s block.