Aug 122011
 
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:: The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers ::

Discover the magical past as the origins of The LXD and its enemies are revealed.

With jealousy, comes destruction. Karey confronts the Ringmaster on the secret to their recent success.

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Aug 122011
 
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Dedicated to my ‘Homegirl’ Estella. Praying your recovery is swift & powerful. See you soon girl!

~ This is one movie I am going to see soon as possible.

Based on one of the most talked about books in years and a #1 New York Times best-selling phenomenon, “The Help” stars Emma Stone (“Easy A”) as Skeeter, Academy Award®–nominated Viola Davis (“Doubt”) as Aibileen and Octavia Spencer as Minny—three very different, extraordinary women in Mississippi during the 1960s, who build an unlikely friendship around a secret writing project that breaks societal rules and puts them all at risk. From their improbable alliance a remarkable sisterhood emerges, instilling all of them with the courage to transcend the lines that define them, and the realization that sometimes those lines are made to be crossed —even if it means bringing everyone in town face-to-face with the changing times.

Deeply moving, filled with poignancy, humor and hope, “The Help” is a timeless and universal story about the ability to create change.

Mary J. Blige records original song for Dreamworks Pictures and Participant Media’s “The Help”

Soundtrack Listing

NOTE: I have links to YouTube videos for each song…

1. The Living Proof – Mary J. Blige

2. Jackson – Johnny Cash and June Carter

3. Sherry – Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons {~ I taught my older brother how to Cha-Cha to this song. RIP Terrence Keith}

4. I Ain’t Never – Webb Pierce

5. Victory is Mine – Dorothy Norwood {I LOVE Gospel}

6. Road Runner – Bo Diddley

7. Hallelujah I Love Her So – Ray Charles

8. The Wah-Watusi – The Orlons {Yes, ‘I’ was a dancin’ fool & new EVERY dance & went to sockhops & YMCA dances, Ballrooms like The Holiday & Embassy in Chicago, 2 to 3 times a week!


9. (You’ve Got) Personality – Lloyd Price
~ Oh my! I was 7 years old & have wonderful memories of my brother & sister dancing to this & so many more songs. Man, were they terrific. They are original jitterbuggers!

10. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right – Bob Dylan

11. Let’s Twist Again – Chubby Checker


~ I was the first to learn The Twist and proudly the Hula Hoop. My favorite thing was teaching my ‘Busia’ {Grandma}. She was short, round & a dead ringer for Mrs. Claus with her white hair. But boy could she keep the hoop from hitting the ground. Now when it came to ‘The Limbo’ I was useless. — ROFL

And my most favorite song of ALL time Cool Jerk! My fav dance too! Anyone visiting JUST Piper knows how I am a true child of da 60s :) ~ JP

~ In closing, I have to tell you I so enjoyed doing this post! I loved the music of the 60s so much that it is downright therapeutic for me. As I linked these songs, I was literally at 60, doing the moves in my chair. JP fading out with the following PRECIOUS video:

~ When I return from hiatus in two weeks I will give my review on this movie I know it will be the BEST I have seen in a very long time!

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Aug 122011
 

Project 21 fellow Deneen Borelli notes that critics of the tea party movement are “all reading from the same script” when they unfairly refer to the historic lowering of the nation’s credit rating under President Obama’s watch as a “tea party downgrade.” On the 8/10/11 edition of “Freedom Watch” with Andrew Napolitano on the Fox Business Network, Deneen points out to Judge Andrew Napolitano that the downgrade by Standard and Poor’s came from excessive spending and “Obama’s failed policies” that are the opposite of what is advocated by tea partiers. Obama and his supporters are trying to pin blame on the tea party movement because they are “challenging every move [liberals in power] make” and hope to damage the movement’s credibility.

The Project 21 black leadership network is a program of The National Center for Public Policy Research.

~ Click image for Project 21

Posting of this video is for educational purposes only. Statements made on this broadcast should not be assumed to represent, and do not represent, the views of the National Center for Public Policy Research.

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Aug 122011
 

Bret Baier pressed former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty about his economic plan, which he claims would grow the economy by an average of rate of 5 percent per year for ten years. With the last two quarters averaging less than 1 percent growth, Bret asked Pawlenty if his proposal was “pie in the sky”?

Pawlenty responded, saying the U.S. needs a growth target, but he posed another question—where’s Barack Obama’s plan on these issues? He said, “You can’t find his plan on some of the most pressing financial issues of our country. For example, where’s Barack Obama’s plan on social security reform, Medicare reform, Medicaid reform?

In fact, I’ll offer a prize tonight, to anybody in this auditorium or anyone watching on television. If you can find Barack Obama’s specific plan on any of those items, I will come to your house and cook you dinner. Or, if you prefer, I’ll come to your house and mow your lawn. “

Then, turning to fellow candidate Mitt Romney, Pawlenty said, “But in case Mitt wins, I’m limiting it to one acre.”

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Aug 122011
 
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~ HIGHLY Recommended Viewing! ~ JP

~ How much IS a Trillion Dollars:

~ Lawsuits have become a Weapon of War:

~ Daniel 8:24:

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Aug 122011
 

It’s about time a Republican candidate slammed the liberal media for asking bogus ‘gotcha’ questions of the candidates rather than substantial policy questions. Newt went after Chris Wallace tonight for his outrageous tabloid questioning of the candidates. Awesome!

– by jackohoft

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Aug 122011
 


~ In my absence I hope when I return the upper 90s & 100s are done! It has been hot, hot, hot since the April 27th tornadoes & I am sooo over it! For a northerner, I’d rather have snow. ~JP

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Aug 122011
 

EARMUFFS!!! The craptalker-in-chief’s crap talk has been so craptacular that it’s become difficult to see the crap for the crap. So let’s get crapping.

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