Monthly Archives: September 2010

I’m an actor, trust me.

ShareTweet The movie industry is no different than the others. Times are tough and good jobs are scarce. Movie stars now do TV, webisodes, and even commercials. I get that. I like that. I usually have no problem with an … Continue reading

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Cure for the Common Cold: Be Uncommon

ShareTweet The exact mechanism of the common cold still remains elusive despite a large amount of scientific study. One thing remains clear to science though- don’t take antibiotics (the cold is a virus). The cold is called “common” because at … Continue reading

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Nanook of the North: The Remake

ShareTweet Robert Flaherty’s “Nanook of the North” is considered by many to be the first feature length documentary. The stark imagery of northern hunters and the struggle to stay alive in the bleak Arctic caught the imagination of the “civilized” … Continue reading

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43 Year Old Kicker Carried Off By Team-mates!

ShareTweet Even former football players are usually content to limit their game involvement once they reach a certain age. Not Brett Favre- and not television actor Marshall Hilliard. 43 year old Hilliard, who plays a cop on Days of Our … Continue reading

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Changing the Energy

ShareTweet Did you know working solar panels can be printed with a common ink-jet printer? This super high-tech process has recently been introduced commercially and has the promise to radically redefine not only what a solar panel costs but how … Continue reading

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Join Will and Jada Smith This September, Birthdays Can Change The World

ShareTweet This September, join Will and Jada Smith by giving up your birthday for charity – charity:water, that is.  charity: water is a non-profit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations. Four Septembers ago, the … Continue reading

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Guinness World Records 2010

ShareTweet On May 4, 1951, Sir Hugh Beaver, then the managing director of the Guinness Brewery, went on a shooting party in North Slob in County Wexford, Ireland. He became involved in an argument over which was the fastest game … Continue reading

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Zach Bonner Reaches Santa Monica Pier

ShareTweet Santa Monica Pier was the final destination for Zach Bonner yesterday as he completed his “March Across America” with his red wagon close behind. Twelve year old Bonner began his walk from Tampa, Florida to Santa Monica, California on … Continue reading

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It’s OK to be a DRIP

ShareTweet What is DRIP. Google it and it is hard to find. But before I tell you, let me ask a question. What is the purpose of a politician? Well, to my understanding, it is a person elected by a … Continue reading

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Tell A Better Story

ShareTweet In one day, the average person will see 3,000 marketing messages. The goal is to say “you deserve it, you need it.” In reality, it’s probably more like 3,000 lies.  Donald Miller, author, speaker and business-man, has recently written … Continue reading

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