Saturday, April 05, 2008
Friday, April 04, 2008
Four random cities
One common link
Labels: James Earl Ray
MLK + XL annum
Thursday, April 03, 2008
Screen-cap of Madonna
Google "ego" with "tv" and...
Brutus Maximus|March 2008
For the man who has everything...
except an ASS!
This is what $114 buys for George
I should hang out in a mens' room. I'd have better luck finding George Michael there, and scoring twice.
Once for a ticket, and twice.
If you know what I mean!
I'll be your one-fuck fantasy!
Labels: George Michael
Wednesday, April 02, 2008
The Original Screen-Cap
The opening credits
there was something seriously wrong with you.
Labels: Dark Shadows
Willie learns the secret...the moment!
This Day in Television History|1971
Labels: Dark Shadows
Dear Diary (1977)
Max Ernst + Dorothea Tanning
Irving Penn, photographer
Three days in the week...
Max Ernst|Natal Chart
Labels: Max Ernst Natal Chart
This Day in History|1978
Eakins|I've seen that painting, too.
When did you stop beating your child?
Still kidding, right?
Wednesday, 2 April 2008
born 4 May 1960
Love and affection
Venus Conjunction Med. Coeli
exact at 10:39 1 April 2008 – 3 April 2008
Matters of love and affection are uppermost in your mind today. You are conscious of your loved ones and your feelings for them. If other testimonies agree, you might fall in love with someone new. In any case, you are more concerned with love and your relationships than with your own ego. One manifestation of this influence is a pleasant daydreamy mood in which you are not disposed to work, other than creative activity. This is also a good time for any kind of social activity. You feel warm and friendly to everyone and are really in the mood for company. Do not waste the day by yourself, because the effect would be that you feel lonely. All personal relationships are favored by this influence.
The interpretation above is for your transit selected for today:
Venus Conjunction Med.Coeli, , exact at 10:39
activity period from 1 April 2008 to 3 April 2008
Labels: daily transit
Just a different 10% of their brain...
Tuesday, April 01, 2008
Personal Daily Horoscope
Tuesday, 1 April 2008
born 4 May 1960
Venus Conjunction Mars, , exact at 21:39
activity period from 1 April 2008 to 2 April 2008
Artistic activity is also indicated, for the general significance of this influence is self- expression through creativity and love.
This Day in History|1986
DON'T Shoot the Dog!
Monday, March 31, 2008
One more of the b'day boy!
I'm falling into you.
No longer MIA.
KIA. Sgt. Keith Matthew Maupin
By TERRY KINNEY, Associated Press Writer
Mon Mar 31, 6:26 AM ET
Their efforts included trips to the Pentagon and even meeting with President Bush, but they ended in disappointment Sunday: An Army general told them the remains of Maupin, a soldier who had been listed as missing-captured in Iraq since 2004, had been found.
"My heart sinks, but I know they can't hurt him anymore," Keith Maupin said after receiving word about the remains of his son, who went by Matt.
The Army didn't say how or where in Iraq his son's remains were discovered, only that the identification was made with DNA testing, Maupin said. A shirt similar to the one his son was wearing at the time of his disappearance was also found.
The Army was continuing its investigation, Maupin said.
Lt. Lee Packnett, an Army public affairs officer in Washington, said an official statement about the identification would be released Monday.
Matt Maupin was a 20-year-old private first class when he was captured April 9, 2004, after his fuel convoy, part of the Bartonville, Ill.-based 724th Transportation Company, was ambushed west of Baghdad.
A week later, the Arab television network Al-Jazeera aired a videotape showing a stunned-looking Maupin wearing camouflage and a floppy desert hat, sitting on the floor surrounded by five masked men holding automatic rifles.
That June, Al-Jazeera aired another tape purporting to show a U.S. soldier being shot. But the dark and grainy tape showed only the back of the victim's head and not the execution.
The Maupins refused to believe their son was dead. They lobbied hard for the Army to continue listing him as missing-captured, fearing that another designation would undermine efforts to find him.
The Pentagon agreed to give the Maupins regular briefings, and Bush met with them when he traveled to Cincinnati.
Keith Maupin said the Army told him soon after his son's capture that there was only a 50 percent chance he would be found alive. He said he doesn't hold the Army responsible for his son's death, but that he did hold the Army responsible for bringing his son home.
"I told them when we'd go up to the Pentagon, whether he walks off a plane or is carried off, you're not going to leave him in Iraq like you did those guys in Vietnam," Maupin said.
Keith Maupin and his ex-wife, Carolyn, held a candlelight vigil Sunday night outside the Yellow Ribbon Support Center in Batavia, an office they used to package thousands of boxes of donated snacks and toiletries for shipment to soldiers in Iraq.
"It hurts," Carolyn Maupin said. "After you go through almost four years of hope, and this is what happens, it's like a letdown, so I'm trying to get through that right now."
The Maupins were told by an Army official on Friday to expect an update on their son over the weekend, Keith Maupin said. The Army broke the news about their son's remains at a somber meeting.
"When you look out there in the parking lot and see a three-star general get out of a car, you know it ain't good news," Keith Maupin said.
Matt Maupin graduated from Glen Este High School, just east of Cincinnati, in 2001 and attended the University of Cincinnati for a year before joining the Army Reserves.
Dan Simmons, the athletic director at Glen Este, remembered him as a quiet but hardworking backup player on the school's football team.
"Matt was a selfless kid on the football field," Simmons said. "He did whatever the coaches told him. He wasn't a starter, but he made the other kids play harder."
A month after his capture, Maupin was promoted to the rank of specialist. In April 2005, he was promoted to sergeant.
Labels: Sgt. Keith Matthew Maupin
The birthday boy...
Sunday, March 30, 2008
You can't pay for this...
Labels: natal and daily transit