Sunday, October 28, 2007
1. ophiuchus 2. lonestar 3. elmer gantry 4. i am legend 5. bigfoot research organization 6. guitar hero 3 cheats 7. jon lester 8. nostradamus lost book 9. penny dreadful 10. bourne supremacy
11. sunday night football schedule
12. rick jacobs bigfoot
13. cyber sunday results
14. hank aaron
15. ocean isle fire
16. old school soundtrack
17. i am legend movie
18. cyber sunday live stream
19. fred willard
20. jacob s creature
21. 2004 world series
22. nostradamus predictions
23. ford escape hybrid
24. ashley paige
25. pumpkin seeds
26. guitar hero 3 song list
27. daniel malakov
28. bigfoot pictures
29. gh3 cheats
30. university of south carolina
31. bourne movies
32. edgar casey
33. bigfoot photos
34. edgar cayce
35. tropical storm noel
36. lou dimaggio
37. red sox parade
38. bruce almighty
39. eddie benitez
40. 2004 red sox roster
41. pennsylvania bigfoot
42. nostradamus end of world
43. soda club
44. how to roast pumpkin seeds
45. delta delta delta
46. donald farrell
47. colony collapse disorder
48. trinity football
49. aaron cook
50. trisha yearwood
51. music is my boyfriend lyrics
52. daylight savings time
53. rollo weeks
54. not another teen movie
55. ridgway pa bigfoot
56. tom morello
57. the glass house
58. free pumpkin patterns
59. beach house fire
60. 2007 world series stats
61. aimee semple mcpherson
62. guitar hero 3 secret achievements
64. the little vampire
65. patriots redskins
66. cristina fernandez de kirchner
67. bourne ultimatum dvd
68. mara wilson
69. jaime murray
71. the frighteners
72. jeffrey chodorow
73. trinity lateral
74. craigslist murder
75. marie antoinette
76. usc fire
77. pumpkin stencils
78. time change
79. nostradamus history channel
80. marine corps marathon results
81. family guy 100th episode
82. rowan university
83. corri english
84. mitchell paige
85. when does the time change
86. frederick sy
87. recipe for pumpkin seeds
88. mike lowell
89. kazuo matsui
90. jonathan lipnicki
91. pumpkin designs
92. richie mcdonald
93. katherine ann olson
94. comet holmes
95. nostradamus 2012
96. pumpkin carving templates
97. nostradamus quatrains
98. jack o lantern patterns
99. pumpkin faces
100. day light savings time
Marlon Asher is a Trinidadian reggae singer from Enterprise, Chaguanas. His first hit was "Ganja Farmer"
Marlon Asher grew up in Enterprise Street, Chaguanas. He was a member of the Mount Ararat Spiritual Baptist Church Choir and later converted to Rastafari.
Asher was a pioneer of the Trinidadian reggae movement and his first song Ganja Farmer sparked controversy in his country despite being a run away hit. In an exclusive interview with the Trinidad and Tobago Express, he answered his critics by explaining what the song meant to him.
"I was never a farmer, but I have friends who are and seeing what they have to go through when police burn their fields inspired me to create the song. People must understand that planters have mouths to feed and this is how they earn a living to do so. Putting aside the fact that herb is life and everything else about that, when you think about the work and money a man puts into his field and then see it being burnt, it's not easy,"
"Herb is not for everyone. It have people who will smoke and trip. My music is not about promoting hate and violence, it's about uplifting people. I may not be able to change the world, but I can lead people into thinking differently about life and living with each other. Also, the lyrics in the song that tell about the rocket launcher, does not mean that people should kill police. I am showing the anger that a farmer has inside when he sees his field being burnt. That anger and frustration is real,"
Asher was once a joiner and a mason but left the trade due to allergies. His left index finger was lost in a sawing accident. He is currently a member of a pan side led by his father Glenford Sobers.
Asher has toured together with the stars such as Beenie Man, Sizzla, Maxi Priest and even the American R&B Group Boyz II Men. He has toured Boston, Virginia, Miami, Baltimore and Toronto, and later plans to tour Germany, the United Kingdom as well as other parts of Europe.
He has since paved the way for other local reggae stars such as Prophet Benjamin, Isasha, Jah Bami, Xebulon, King David and so many more.
Friday, October 26, 2007
I reported that, "NASA experiments have shown that common house spiders spin their webs in different ways according to the psychotropic drug they have been given." This is a true story. I am not sure of the truth in this next video however, I am certain you will find it ultra intersesting.
Monday, October 22, 2007
This is just some of the Buzz I am hearing, "Marie Osmond passed out, Marie Osmond pass out, Marie Osmond dancing, Marie Osmond faint, Marie osmond fainted"
After performing a Samba on the popular T.V. show "Dancing with the stars" former childhood star, Marie Osmond was waiting anxiously for her score and in front of millions of viewers she fainted. She recovered quickly(During a commercial break) and is reportedly doing fine. Osmond explained on-air that "once in a while that happens to me when I get winded. I stop breathing." She was expected to undergo a medical examination as a precaution, ABC's Astley said.
Check the Video out here
Thursday, October 18, 2007
Is it this one?
The Industrial-Strength Play
SCREW AND NUT CHEW TOY SET
These super tough chew toys will drive your furry friend "nuts", in a good way. The nut and bolt are super-tough, completely non-toxic, and clean easily. The fully functional nuts and bolts will develop your canine's cognition while cleaning his chompers. They're more fun than you'd imagine, made with a pleasing texture and bouncy material, and minty flavor to aid in the age old problem of dog breath.
Is Mr. Peanut the most od nut ever?
'Mr. Peanut is the advertising logo and mascot of Planters, an American snack-food company and division of Kraft Foods. He consists of a drawing of an anthropomorphic peanut in its shell dressed in the formal clothing of an old-fashioned gentleman: a top hat, monocle, white gloves, spats, and a cane.
Mr. Peanut is based on a drawing by a Virginia schoolboy, , a Italian-American who won a $5 prize in a 1916 contest for his "little peanut person." The mascot made its debut in 1918 in The Saturday Evening Post.
According to the company, Mr. Peanut's hat, shoes, cane, and monocle symbolize fresh taste. The gloves do not symbolize anything; Mr. Peanut simply likes them.
Since his conception, Mr. Peanut has appeared in many TV commercials as an animated cartoon character. More recent commercials have shown him computer animated in a real-world setting. His appearances are often accompanied by an elegant accented narrator, and throughout his extensive television life, Mr. Peanut has rarely, if ever, spoken.
In 2006, Planters conducted an online poll to determine whether to add a bow tie, cufflinks, or a pocketwatch to Mr. Peanut. The public voted for no change.
Or Would You Believe Today's winner of the prestigious
Blog Plus Ultra's Most Od Nut Ever Award should be this Squirrel? Vote Below!
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
Tuesday, October 16, 2007
Yesterday I saw Buddha Smoking a cigarette. Today I learned about the Dalai Lama's meeting with everybody's favorite good ole'boy, George Bush. The meeting is significant in that no other sitting president has met with his Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama before. The move has the Chinese government angry who still consider him a separatist threat. The Chinese recently canceled three meetings with Germany after Chancellor Angela Merkel's meeting with the exiled Tibetan last month, and they have also already expressed displeasure with both President Bush's private meeting with the Dalai Lama on Tuesday and his receiving a Congressional Gold Medal - the nation's highest civilian honor - on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. For more information on the Dalai Lama click here
Monday, October 15, 2007
Do the words titanosaur, futalognkosaurus dukei, puertasaurus reuili, megaraptor, mean anything to you? How about largest dinosaur?
Why do I ask you ask?
According to Reuters Canada,
"RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazilian and Argentine paleontologists have discovered the largely complete fossil of a new species of giant dinosaur which roamed what is now northern Patagonia about 80 million years ago.
The herbivorous Futalognkosaurus dukei measured between 105 and 112 feet from head to tail.
"It's a new species, it's a new group," Argentine paleontologist Juan Porfiri told a news conference in Rio de Janeiro.
The fossil was 70 percent preserved, which compares to about 10 percent for other giant dinosaur finds in the world.
Its name is derived from the indigenous Mapuche language meaning "giant chief of the lizards," and the name of U.S. power company Duke Energy Corp, which financed a large part of the excavation in Argentina.
The first fossils were found in 2000."
Sunday, October 14, 2007
The Edict of Worms was the decree issued on May 25, 1521 at the Diet of Worms by the Holy Roman Emperor, Emperor Charles V, declaring Martin Luther an outlaw and a heretic and banning his literature. It also made it a crime for anyone in Germany to give Luther food or shelter.
The Papal nuncio at the Diet, Girolamo Aleandro, drew up and proposed the fierce denunciations of Luther that were embodied in the Edict of Worms, promulgated on May 25. These declared Luther to be an outlaw and banned the reading or possession of his writings. It permitted anyone to kill Luther without legal consequence. The Edict was a divisive move that distressed more moderate men, in particular Desiderius Erasmus.
Despite the agreement that he could return home safely, it was privately understood that Luther would soon be arrested and punished. To protect him from this fate, Prince Frederick seized him on his way home and hid him in Wartburg Castle. It was during his time in Wartburg that Luther began his German translation of the Bible. The edict was temporarily suspended at the Diet of Speyer in 1526 but then reinstated in 1529.
When Luther eventually came out of hiding, the Emperor was preoccupied with military concerns, and because of rising public support for Luther among the German people, the Edict of Worms was never enforced. Luther continued to call for reform until his death in 1546.
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Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Monday, October 8, 2007
Ever wonder how to make a cigarette float?
Here is how to do the floating cigarette trick!
wow! the floating cigarette is one of the best bar tricks ever!
But How does this guy do the Floating Cigarette trick?
Sunday, October 7, 2007
Sing along with:
The Velvet Underground-Sunday Morning
Brings the dawn in
It's just a restless feeling by my side
It's just the wasted years so close behind
Watch out the world's behind you
There's always someone around you who will call
It's nothing at all
And I'm falling
I've got a feeling I don't want to know
It's all the streets you crossed, not so long ago
Watch out the world's behind you
There's always someone around you who will call
It's nothing at all
Friday, October 5, 2007
Wednesday, October 3, 2007
Monday, October 1, 2007
Ron Mueck (born 1958) is an Australian hyperrealist sculptor working in Great Britain.
Mueck's early career was as a model maker and children's television and films, puppeteer for notably the film Labyrinth for which he also contributed the voice of Ludo.
Mueck moved on to establish his own company in London, making photo-realistic props and animatronics for the advertising industry. Although highly detailed, these props were usually designed to be photographed from one specific angle hiding the mess of construction seen from the other side. Mueck increasingly wanted to produce realistic sculptures which looked perfect from all angles.
In 1996 Mueck transitioned to fine art, collaborating with his mother-in-law, Paula Rego, to produce small figures as part of a tableau she was showing at the Hayward Gallery. Rego introduced him to Charles Saatchi who was immediately impressed and started to collect and commission work. This led to the piece which made Mueck's name, Dead Dad, being included in the Sensation show at the Royal Academy the following year. Dead Dad is a rather haunting silicone and mixed media sculpture of the corpse of Mueck's father reduced to about two thirds of its natural scale. It is the only work of Mueck's that uses his own hair for the finished product.
Mueck's sculptures faithfully reproduce the minute detail of the human body, but play with scale to produce disconcertingly jarring visual images. His five metre high sculpture Boy 1999 was a feature in the Millennium Dome and later exhibited in the Venice Biennale.
In 2002 his sculpture Pregnant Woman was purchased by the National Gallery of Australia for AU$800,000.
A major exhibition of his work was shown in Edinburgh as part of the Edinburgh Festival at the Royal Scottish Academy Building until October 1, 2006. A solo exhibition of nine works by Ron Mueck was presented at the Brooklyn Museum from November 3, 2006 through February 4, 2007.
An exhibit of his work was also on view at the National Gallery of Canada, in Ottawa from 2 March to 6 May 2007 organized by the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain (Paris), in collaboration with the National Gallery of Canada, the Brooklyn Museum and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas is showing an exhibition of thirteen of Mueck's pieces from June 24, 2007 through October 21, 2007. The works in the show include Untitled (Seated Woman) (1999), Dead Dad (1996-97), In Bed (2005), Untitled (Big Man) (2000), Two Women (2005), Crouching Boy in Mirror (1999-2000), Spooning Couple (2005), Mask II (2001-02), Mask III (2005), Wild Man (2005), and A Girl (2006).