Now this is clever and I want one…
I’ll give you a word that rhymes with meme and you finish the phrase – and THIS IS IMPORTANT… you must elaborate. No one word responses allowed. I will look you up if you don’t explain.
Answer on your own blog or facebook and gimme dem links!
- Jim Beam and… (explain)
- Cream is best with …(always explain!)
- Dream about….
- Downstream you’ll find…
- Extreme can be…
- Gleem is…
- Gleaming because…
- Meme’s are…
- Screaming about…
- Scheming because…
- Steamed at…
- Streams are…
- Team up for…
- Seems kind of…
- Theme for tonight is…
Bingo and Fun can only be
I have been hooked onto bingo and
I like Game Village Bingo -A site which
You can join this village
I found their bingo games
However, folks I feel you
‘Tis the season… leading up to the rainiest month of the year, September 2014 brought 21.5 inches of rain on seventeen days. Most mornings start out sunny and dry, but by noon to 2 pm the thunderstorms move in for an hour. After that the clouds roll in, but by sundown it’s often clear again.
The government weather experts predict this year the rainy season will end the week of November 5.
American Masters: The Boomer List, attempts to tells the story of the boomer generation through the lives of 19 iconic boomers–one born each year of the baby boom:
- 1946 Tim O’Brien, Vietnam vet / author
- 1947 Deepak Chopra, M.D., New Age guru
- 1948 Samuel L. Jackson, actor
- 1949 Billy Joel, singer-songwriter
- 1950 Steve Wozniak, co-founder, Apple Computer
- 1951 Tommy Hilfiger, fashion designer
- 1952 Amy Tan, author
- 1953 Eve Ensler, playwright
- 1954 Julieanna Richardson, founder, The HistoryMakers
- 1955 Maria Shriver, journalist
- 1956 Kim Cattrall, actor
- 1957 Virginia Rometty, CEO, IBM
- 1958 Ellen Ochoa, Director, Johnson Space Center
- 1959 Ronnie Lott, athlete
- 1960 Erin Brockovich, environmentalis
- 1961 Peter Staley, AIDS activist
- 1962 Rosie O’Donnell, entertainer
- 1963 David LaChapelle, artist
- 1964 John Leguizamo, actor
Interviews by filmmaker/photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders (The Black List, The Latino List, The Out List) focus on these individuals’ exceptional achievements, struggles and identities, sharing the experiences of these extraordinary Americans and the history they lived through and often created. Subjects illuminate the key movements and changes that shaped the world during the baby boom years, discussing the environment; arts and entertainment; science; civil, LGBT and women’s rights; law; politics; public service; sports; the military; technology and media.
“When I learned about this year’s boomer milestone, I came up with the idea for The Boomer List. The film captures the boomer generation’s dynamic spirit through 19 distinct ‘American Masters’ who had a profound effect on our world.”
says Greenfield-Sanders, whose past films include About Face: Supermodels Then and Now and American Masters – Lou Reed: Rock and Roll Heart.
Apparently he didn’t think enough of the generation to interview a plain old boomer… like say, MOI!
“The Boomer List is a celebration of this generation’s impact on American culture. It is impossible to encapsulate in just a few words, but thanks to the talent both on camera and behind the lens, this remarkable film offers an incredible chorus of voices that somehow captures the zeitgeist of this era,”
says Michael Kantor, executive producer of American Masters.
Yeah, we’ll see… you’ve been warned PBS American Masters.