Flash Movie Review: Blair Witch


Fortunately I was not one of those kids who would get carsick. I knew a couple of children who were never invited to take a ride in anyone’s new automobile; for fear the new upholstered or leather seats would no longer have that new smell after they went along for a ride. Even though I was fine being in a car, there were a couple of adults I avoided when they were the drivers. One in particular was referred to as the cowboy because you felt you were riding a bucking bronco (the actual horse, not the car) anytime you would be riding with them. Most people when they see a stop sign or red stoplight would slow down as they neared the intersection, but not them. They would continue the same speed, which by the way was always over the speed limit; all the way until they were just…

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Free NYC Adventures for People Who Are Wondering, Where is the Snow?[December 2-4]

Lot of great places this eekend!

Mary in Manhattan

Snow or not, NYC is filling up with holiday cheer (and a whole lot of tourists). Now that the Rockefeller tree is lit, Thanksgiving is over, and Macy’s is playing Christmas music, we can successfully say that the holidays have begun. Check out what’s going on in the city for free this weekend:

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The Bryant Park tree is being lit tonight at 6:00 p.m., and it will be followed by an ice skating show! X X
Browse those holiday windows – it’d like a free art show! Here’s my suggested route. X X
Free weekly comedy at HiFi bar in the East Village – 7:30 p.m. X X
See a one hour version of the Nutcracker at Brookfield Place tonight at 7:00 p.m. Continued with shows at 1:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. X
Holiday shopping:

Shop at the Bryant Park Winter Village, Union…

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First of the Fall


autumn-20797_1920***From the “My Jams” Archives (1969)

“First of the Fall and there she goes back…”

Hot Fun In The Summertime by Sly and The Family Stone:  August 1969

One of my favorite songs of all time!

The piano intro is so haunting; it hits me smack dab in the middle of my brain’s wistful zone.

Strangely enough, I love that!

I live for the way Sly likens summer days to a magical lady that appears at the “end of the spring” and goes away before the “first of the fall.”

What an enchanting metaphor!

Can’t you just imagine this fanciful little golden sprite twirling in and out of our lives, bringing and taking sunny memories with her.

“…everythang is cool!!!”


And now…

I celebrate the Northern Hemisphere’s ‘re-entry’ into the gates of the Autumnal Equinox!

And, as a true lover of fall, I’m brimming over with majestic and sublime feelings of exaltation!

Welcome back Autumn!  Welcome…

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The Cloud Supply Chain Data Network

Quality data is the fuel for any business software. In international trade and logistics, where critical data comes from partners scattered across the globe, the challenge of obtaining quality data is even greater.

The traditional approach for connecting to a myriad of partners to receive and send data is costly, time consuming and error-prone. It is the primary reason companies don’t have global view, or a control tower for managing the full end-to-end global supply chain.

Fortunately, there is a new model for delivering data to your solutions that makes what used to be impossible possible, while decreasing costs at the same time.

Modern cloud-based information platforms designed specifically for global supply chains take advantage of powerful network effects that lower costs by spreading them across a large community of users.

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Russian Tattoos: Obsession – Book Review

All Romance Reads


Russian Tattoos: Prisoner
Kat Shehata
(Russian Tattoos, #2)
Published by: Limitless Publishing
Publication date: August 2nd 2016
Genres: New Adult, Romance, Suspense

American tennis player Carter Cook is being held prisoner by the Russian mafia…

Carter is the obsession of mob boss Vladimir Ivanov, a man she once loved. Now a mafia war has erupted on his home turf, and Vladimir’s enemies have put a bounty on her head to force him to surrender. If she is captured, his rivals will deliver a deadly ultimatum—his life in exchange for hers. The price for Carter’s freedom is Vladimir’s blood.

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By: Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare

H. Rap Brown (Hubert Gerold Brown), the former civil rights activist and chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee ( SNCC ), was born on October 4, 1943 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

In 1967, he was arrested in Cambridge, Maryland, and charged with inciting a riot, after giving a powerful and fiery speech. Brown would make the FBI’s ten most wanted list, after failing to appear in court for charges of inciting a riot and bringing a gun across state lines, Brown would eventually go to trial in Bel Air, Maryland.

On March 9, 1970, William Payne and Ralph Featherstone two officials in the SNCC organization were blown up in their car en route to the courthouse in Bel Air, Maryland, where Brown was to be put on Trial. The two main theories are first that the two men were assassinated on their way to the…

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5 Tips for Growing an Amazing Fruit Tree at Home


Source: GrowingYourGreens
John Cole
September 16, 2016

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ interviews Permaculture and Fruit Expert, John Valenzuela a horticulturist who presented at the 2016 Heirloom Expo. You will discover the top 5 tips for growing an amazing rare, exotic, heirloom or regular fruit tree at your home.

In this episode, you will discover some of the key factors that are important to realize and know before planting a fruit tree on your property. After watching this episode, you will have some of the knowledge you need to be more successful in growing your own home grown fruit.

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