Master Feathers Brain Mix 15-5-13 ( Not available for download )
Silly string with melted octopus with sprinkle of chocolate sun tan lotion from the left corner of iceberg lettuseville. Televisions sets were used in this process so id like to thank the inventer of the television, the speakers within the television were also used to create sound along with spare wires for extra effect. This is why i called the mix The Brain Mix because it looked like a brain inside my broken television. Why didn’t i used a picture showing the inside of the t.v. ? The answer is because sometimes people don’t read. A lot of humans these days are very visual and or audible. If you really wan’t to see funny human wait till you get to the year in which I’m from.
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Recording Academy and CBS Monday announced the dates for the 2014 and 2015 GRAMMY AWARDS.
The 56th annual GRAMMY AWARDS will return the STAPLES Center on Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014. The show will air live on the east coast at 8 p.m., CBS said.
Additionally, the 57th annual awards show will be broadcast on Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015.
“Ratings for the GRAMMY Awards consistently increased over the last several years, with THE 55th ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS® attracting 28.3 million viewers, the second-largest GRAMMY audience since 1993,”the network said in a news release.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH (AP) — One bad tee shot made Tiger Woods appear vulnerable. One clutch par putt and a critical birdie made him look invincible.
Woods closed out The Players Championship on Sunday like he has so many other tournaments: hitting big shot after big shot down the stretch.
His latest unflappable finish helped him secure his fourth victory of 2013 and capture the richest prize on the PGA Tour for the first time in a dozen years.
“I know a lot of people … thought I was done,” said Woods, who has never won four times this early in a season. “But I’m not.”
This one had to be special. Not only did he win on Mother’s Day for the second time in his career with girlfriend and Olympic ski champion Lindsey Vonn in attendance, but Woods also won the final showdown against Sergio Garcia after a weekend…
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(Chicago-AP) So much for South Beach style. The Miami Heat showed again they can get down and dirty.
LeBron James came on strong down the stretch to finish with 25 points, Chris Bosh added 20 points and 19 rebounds, and the Heat followed up the most lopsided playoff win in franchise history with a 104-94 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Friday night to take a 2-1 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals.
Shaking off a shove to the court that earned Nazr Mohammed an ejection and James an accusation of flopping from Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau, the four-time MVP came through down the stretch, scoring 12 in the fourth quarter.
Norris Cole matched his postseason career high with his second straight 18-point performance, and the Heat pulled out a tight win after blasting the Bulls 115-78 on Wednesday.
This time, Chicago refused to go quietly. Never mind that the…
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The headline makes no sense…
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Derek Dietrich tied the game with his first major league home run, Juan Pierre singled in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning and the Miami Marlins dealt the Los Angeles Dodgers their eighth straight loss, 5-4 on Friday night.
The Dodgers blew an early lead for the second straight game in equaling their longest skid since dropping eight in a row from Aug. 22-29, 2008. Five of the losses have been at home, tying their longest such skid since May 28-June 11 last year.
Miami ended its own three-game losing streak in the matchup of cellar dwellers. The Marlins have the NL’s worst record at 11-25, and got outscored 11-1 during a three-game sweep in San Diego.
At 13-21, the Dodgers are last in the NL West and have yet to win in May. Manager Don Mattingly is facing rampant speculation about his future…
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I very clearly remember reading F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby in my eleventh grade literature class, which was taught by a man named Mr. Jackson who wore a different tie nearly everyday (if by chance you’re reading this, thank you for teaching me that school reading didn’t have to be awful).
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I won a beautiful Alma set of F Scott Fitzgerald’s work last year but until now the set has been gathering dust on my bookshelf. With the up-coming release of Baz Luhrmann’s film adaptation of The Great Gatsby I found myself spurred on to read it. As I am looking forward to seeing the film at the cinema. Of course The Great Gatsby is also Fitzgerald’s most famous book so it felt like the right place to start in the set.
The Great Gatsby follows Nick Carraway in the summer of 1922 as he moves from the Midwest to Long Island to start a job as a bonds man in New York. The only people Nick vaguely knows when he arrives is his cousin Daisy and her husband Tom Buchanan but they live in the more affluent area across the bay from Nick. While Nick’s area might be more up and…
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What is it about The Great Gatsby that gets us so worked up? Is it that Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation is sure to be an over-the-top, surreal and dramatic revision of both the book and the film? Perhaps it’s the drama of the Roaring ‘20s, a crime-filled, party time sandwiched between American disasters (WWI, The Depression and WWII). Could it be that behind all the scholarship, literary criticism and psychobiographical work, there still seems to be a sense of mystery in the novel that draws a hopeful audience? Is it plain and simple suspension of the disbelief? Whatever it is, there is something magnetic about Jay Gatsby, Daisy Buchanan and even Nick Carraway.
Obviously, the hype is hot right now because the movie comes out today. But even between periods of Hollywood release, it seems that people are drawn to Jay Gatsby, just as Fitzgerald’s party-going characters in the book are:…
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