Monthly Archives: July 2011

Indie-Rock Musical to Premiere at Courthouse Square

INDIE-ROCK MUSICAL TO PREMIERE AT COURTHOUSE SQUARE DAYTON, OH- Encore Theater Co. will present the premiere performance of the daring new indie-rock musical THE CONSEQUENCES at 10:00 pm on Thursday, August 4th and Saturday, August 6th. The performances will take … Continue reading

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Human Rights… Will there ever be such a thing?

Last night I posted a photo of a sweatshirt with a message I found to be quite thought provoking for my self. In no way was it intended to be a shield or banner proclaiming my views. However, the post … Continue reading

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Things Were Different Back Then…

This morning I attached my self to a post that described how our children are different than they were in past years. One mother compared a moment of John Boy Walton to her own son. I was so glad she … Continue reading

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Composers for New Musicals Needed Immediately

Composers for New Musicals Needed Immediately Chameleon Theatre Co., Ltd., a New York City-based 501(c)3 non-profit, is seeking composers for several new ON SPEC projects: “Jack London’s Martin Eden,” originally presented in a non-musical version at Lincoln Center’s Bruno Walter … Continue reading

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Hey Netflix, I know how you can improve your service! Go back to the old plan where we had instant view and 1 or 2 movies sent to our homes! I am not all that keen on helping you out … Continue reading

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'1776' at Wilmington

‘1776’ – John Adams: “One useless man is called a disgrace; two are called a law firm; and three or more become a Congress.” This afternoon, my 16 year old son, Quintin, and I drove 35 miles to Wilmington, Ohio … Continue reading

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Important Netflix Account Info: Price Change and New Plans

Wow! Are you kidding me, Netflix??? Your Account | Queue | Help Dear Darin, We are separating unlimited DVDs by mail and unlimited streaming into two separate plans to better reflect the costs of each. Now our members have a … Continue reading

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Innocent or Guilty? You Decide…

Sorry for all those hoping to find something here on Casey Anthony… but this is from Dayton History. If any of my friends want to go, please let me know! This sounds like an absolute hoot! PS. Do people still … Continue reading

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Welcome to Sprint…

As many of my blog readers, and 4500+ friends on Facebook have read, I cannot receive Sprint service in my own home. Many of my incoming and outgoing texts are not sent or received until I leave my property. Since … Continue reading

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Sam Waterston's Remarks at Monticello, July 4th, 2007

Sam Waterston�s Remarks at Monticello, July 4th, 2007 It’s wonderful to be here and a privilege, indeed, to congratulate you, the heroes of the moment in the great work of making and sustaining a government that derives its authority from … Continue reading

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Garry "Todd" Jolliff 1964-2011

Garry “Todd” Jolliff Jan. 30, 1964 — July 2, 2011 The Herald Bulletin ALEXANDRIA, Ind. — Garry “Todd” Jolliff, 47 of Alexandria, died July 2, 2011, at St. John’s Medical Center in Anderson. He was born Jan. 30, 1964, in … Continue reading

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