Monthly Archives: September 2014

Musical Monday: The Harvey Girls (1946)

One of my favorite musicals. Advertisements

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Bill & Ted 3 is Probably Happening and That’s Most Excellent

Originally posted on TIME:
Actor and director Alex Winter, the renowned Bill of Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, said in an interview that the franchise’s most awaited third installment will not only be most excellent, but most “f—ing funny.” Winter…

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Sure Bet?

I was wondering what I would write about today since returning home. I have more photos to share with you, but I’m transitioning now so I won’t miss Las Vegas and my friends too much. The mailman brought me this … Continue reading

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Poesy

Originally posted on johncoyote:
Portrait of John Dryden (1631-1700) by GĂ©rard Edelinck after Godfrey Kneller (1646-1723) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Poesy A Poem by Coyote Poetry Thank you Dryden for your poetry. Gave me reason to write today. Poesy (For Dryden)…

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Elvis Lives

Elvis’ pelvis shakes as memories flood our loins Remembered always

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Daily Haiku 2014.09.11 —

Originally posted on Rob's Surf Report:
(Image credit: Abaconda Management Group) flocking sheep seek out Apple stores upgrade time ? ? Well. It’s that time of year again. I find myself wrapped up in thought about the inevitable consequences…

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Absorbing The Strip

I must return to The Strip again To absorb the sights and sounds Neon luminescence floods the eyes As crowds amble all around Day and night the neon shines As do all the gawkers Flashes blind the eyes As the … Continue reading

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