And this new little fellow certainly qualifies. (click to enlarge)
Filed under: Religion, Pop Culture, Domestic Policy, Television, Entertainment, Sports | Tags: Seattle Seahawks, The Super Bowl
Had an appointment at the hospital yesterday, and it was fun to see all the receptionists in Seahawk tee shirts. There were some women, who clearly were not former cheerleaders, who seemed to be wearing extraordinarily large lime-green pompoms on their heads, and wearing a strange variety of homemade costumes. The grocery store was wall-to-wall appetizers, and beer of course.
Filed under: Australia, Entertainment, Music, Politics | Tags: Australian Tenor David Hobson, Shenandoah, The Great American Songbook
David Hobson, Australia’s favorite tenor, sings “Shenandoah” from his album “Endless Days.” He is aso an award winning composer, and does his own arrangements.
Filed under: Entertainment, Freedom, Fun n Games, Humor, Pop Culture | Tags: An Amtrack Gift, Chicago's Union station, The Magical Piano
Amtrack and Rob Bliss Creative teamed up to bring a little holiday cheer to Chicago’s Union Station using a “magical” piano. The piano reacts to the environment and people around it. It performs impromptu duets with strangers and even adds special music themes for certain situations.
Filed under: Entertainment, Humor, Pop Culture, Television, United Kingdom | Tags: How Can He Be Alive?, Mystery Upon Mystery, Sherlock Holmes
O.K. So how can he be still alive? You saw him fall off the building. You saw him dead. A major tease from the BBC.
Filed under: Entertainment, Freedom, Heartwarming, Humor | Tags: Becoming Parents, Just Like Real Life, Wonderful and Most Wonderful
Here’s a delightful ad that’s actually honest about parenthood. Yep! That’s what it’s like, and who would trade it? Ever stepped on a Lego tile in your bare feet?
Filed under: Entertainment, Movies, United Kingdom | Tags: Lawrence of Arabia, Peter O'Toole, The Lion in Winter
Consummate actor Peter O’Toole has died in London at the age of 81.
From Lawrence of Arabia which brought him to stardom, he brought much pleasure to world audiences over the years. And there was Becket, The Lion in Winter, Goodbye Mr. Chips, My Favorite Year, and even the Pixar animated Ratatouille. So many memories. His movies will live on.
Filed under: Entertainment, Freedom, Heartwarming, Humor | Tags: Charming and Sweet Humor, Nothing Comparable Today, The Nature of Small Boys
Filed under: Entertainment, Environment, Freedom, Humor | Tags: Not Enough Trees, Waiting in Line, Well-Trained Dogs
This made me laugh.
Filed under: Entertainment, History, Humor, Politics | Tags: A Break From the News, Baby Animals, Terminal Cuteness
Filed under: Entertainment, Health Care, Humor, Politics, The United States | Tags: Healthcare.gov, Humor as a Weapon, Laughingstock
This screen grab from the ObamaCare website has been altered a little, but the best weapon is humor. The 3 year long preparation for the big rollout of ObamaCare has resulted in a monumental fiasco. Making it a laughingstock will convince more people than nit-picking. It is an unworkable program that will only damage the economy further and harm our medical system.