Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Happy New Year

The Home-Made GingerBread Seoulwich House at Dallas, New York Time Square and London


Tokyo history hits,
Pick the considerate ones,
forgiveness does work
.
Interstellar movie,
Murph, Tom, Cooper, Brand, and Ryan,
spaceship in fifth demension
.
Cornfield farmer story,
Research, family, social,
Offspring come, worthy end.

joey yung, or rong zu er at bottom, google images
 

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Words That Contain Letter B: Be As Blissful As Bumble Bee


Beeeeeeeeee.....
Bee, Be, Being, Ben, Bethny, Beth,
Boulder, Boss, Boston, Bow, Bowl, Bottoms,
Bread, Brave, Bracelets, Brady Districts, and Branches,
Bushes, Buses, Business, Buns, Bugs, Bombshells,
Barbecues, Babies, Baskets, Bottles, Battles,
Bamboo, Bachelor, Backyard, and Backbones...


Lots of words contain letter B,
Lots of world famous people relate to B,
Since B means peaceful B,
B dances with notable P or powerful D.

Mr. Burns is slim,
Mr. Brown is fat,
Ms. Barron is hot in fame,
Ms. Bona is superb in Exam SAT.

Barbara Park likes Julio B,
Barack Obama fancies about Joe Biden,
Bill Clinton jokes about Homer Simpson the Sitcom,
George Bush boasts about Texas oil and pumpkin Farm.

B is for Bills,
B is for Bagdad oil fields,
B is for bank account balances,
B is for Burlington shop Finances.

Big B,
Bad B,
Busy B,
Bossy B...

B words are fun,
B words are divine.
Be as blissful as bumble Bee,
Find a Bright way to live, stay, or flee.



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Monday, November 3, 2014

Barron's (newspaper)

 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Barron's
Barron's October 11 2010.jpg
October 11, 2010 cover of Barron's
Categories Business
Frequency Weekly
Total circulation
(2013)
305,513[1]
Founder Clarence W. Barron
First issue  1921
Company Dow Jones & Company
Country United States
Based in New York City
Website www.barrons.com
ISSN 1077-8039
Barron's is an American weekly newspaper founded in 1921 by Clarence Barron. It covers U.S. financial information, market developments, and relevant statistics. Each issue provides a wrap-up of the previous week's market activity, news reports, and an informative outlook on the week to come.

Sections

Barron's has two sections:[2]
  • "Market Week" – coverage of the previous week's market activity
  • "The Wrap" – analysis and outlook columns

Popular features

  • Barron's Special Report Best Online Brokers (annual) Features a | ranking of the top online trading brokerage firms. Criteria included Trading Experience and Technology, Usability, Mobile, Range of Offerings, Research Amenities, Portfolio Analysis & Report, Customer Service & Education, and Costs.[4]

History

The paper has been published by Dow Jones & Company since 1921. The magazine is named after Clarence W. Barron, one of the most influential figures in the history of Dow Jones, and considered the founder of modern financial journalism. Dow Jones also publishes The Wall Street Journal.
  • Color was introduced in May 1990, and full color in January 1996.
  • Barron's introduced a two-section version of the paper 7 March 1994.
  • Barrons.com launched as part of WSJ.com in 1996 and relaunched as a standalone product in January 2006.
  • Barron’s held its first Financial Advisor conference in 2005.[5]
  • Barron’s acquired the Winner’s Circle Organization in September 2008.[6]
  • Barron’s launched a new section, PENTA, in September 2009. The section targets “pentamillionaires,” individuals with at least $5 million in assets, with financial advice. [7]

Statistics

  • The current editor is Edwin A. Finn Jr., and the newspaper has over 40 news department personnel.
  • Average Magazine circulation for 2012[8] was 305,157.
  • Its readership is 90.8% male, average age of 54, 43.8% of whom attended college, 94% of whom are employed in top management, and have:
  • Average Personal Income: $282,000
  • Average Household Net Worth: $2,960,000
  • Average value of Household securities: $2,736,000
  • Average # securities transactions: 45
  • Average number of years reading Barron’s: 8
(Reader data source: Barron’s 2010 Print Subscriber Survey.[9])

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

The free throw of words and thoughts








Go and catch a swimming fish,
Release it for freedom's sake,
Tell me what's behind your bitterish wish,
Which orchards' leaves you would like to rake,
Allow me to hear mermaids singing,
Stay away from friends' envious stinging,
and have a clue
of what kind of blue
serves to keep your thoughts differ and true.

Come and pluck a twinkling star,
Pin it on your bedroom wall,
Tell me what your July daydreams are,
Sail on clouds that stand tall,
Halt winds that generate icy rain,
or jail limitless sins in your brain,
And be the first
to quench the thirst
on invading others' privacy, be my guest.




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Sunday, September 7, 2014

SAYINGS AND QUOTES ~By G.W. Curtis~


 

"Grandma's never run out of hugs or cookies."
"Grandmother - a wonderful mother
with lots of practice."

"A Grandmother is a little bit parent,
a little bit teacher
and a little bit best friend."

"A garden of Love grows in a Grandmother's heart."
"Grandmothers are just "antique" little girls."
"Grandmas hold our tiny hands
for just a little while...
but our hearts forever."

"There's no place like home except Grandma's."
"Grandmothers are a special gift to children."
"Grandparents are a delightful blend of laughter,
caring deeds, wonderful stories and Love."

"Age is a matter of feeling, not of years!"






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Saturday, August 23, 2014

My little august bloom by Nick Kler


 

My little august bloom
I will always love you
Even when I am feeling blue

Where ever you may be
I will be there next to you
I will always love you
My little august bloom

If you ever cry
I can see it in the sky
I will light a candle for you
My little august bloom

Every breath that I take
I take it just for you
I wish that I was there with you
My little august bloom

You will always be the light
That warms my coldest nights
You will always shine within my eyes
The only reason for my life

My little august bloom
I am so in love with you



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Do You Know August?


Many find August to be a drag or a bore,
but it peaks the showering of the Perseid Meteors.

It's American Adventure Month, with trips to the seas.
There's the Eidenburgh Festival, and it's the month for
goat cheese.

In Ohio there's twin days the 1st weekend each year,
and the 30th is the International Day of the Disappeared.

Peridot and Onyx are the August birth gems.
The birth plant a poppy in many colors, and long stems.

Leo and Virgo are the months signs on the Zodiac,
and Salmon are fished by the Alaskan bear, the Kodiak.

August may not be exciting, but should not be hated.
With traditions, and vacations it's often underrated.

Author Notes

Prompt- Poetic calender contest
This is not my favorite piece, but I wanted to put a little humor into whats usually a non celebratory month. It really is National goat cheese month which I personally find slightly humorous....GGGOOOO goat cheese...hahaha
© Melissa Gibson. All rights reserved, 17 days ago
- See more at: http://allpoetry.com/poem/11603985-Do-You-Know-August--by-Tyger-Bee-Willow#sthash.W8retCMB.dpuf

Do You Know August?


Many find August to be a drag or a bore,
but it peaks the showering of the Perseid Meteors.

It's American Adventure Month, with trips to the seas.
There's the Eidenburgh Festival, and it's the month for
goat cheese.

In Ohio there's twin days the 1st weekend each year,
and the 30th is the International Day of the Disappeared.

Peridot and Onyx are the August birth gems.
The birth plant a poppy in many colors, and long stems.

Leo and Virgo are the months signs on the Zodiac,
and Salmon are fished by the Alaskan bear, the Kodiak.

August may not be exciting, but should not be hated.
With traditions, and vacations it's often underrated.

Author Notes

Prompt- Poetic calender contest
This is not my favorite piece, but I wanted to put a little humor into whats usually a non celebratory month. It really is National goat cheese month which I personally find slightly humorous....GGGOOOO goat cheese...hahaha
© Melissa Gibson. All rights reserved, 17 days ago
- See more at: http://allpoetry.com/poem/11603985-Do-You-Know-August--by-Tyger-Bee-Willow#sthash.W8retCMB.dpuf

Do You Know August?


Many find August to be a drag or a bore,
but it peaks the showering of the Perseid Meteors.

It's American Adventure Month, with trips to the seas.
There's the Eidenburgh Festival, and it's the month for
goat cheese.

In Ohio there's twin days the 1st weekend each year,
and the 30th is the International Day of the Disappeared.

Peridot and Onyx are the August birth gems.
The birth plant a poppy in many colors, and long stems.

Leo and Virgo are the months signs on the Zodiac,
and Salmon are fished by the Alaskan bear, the Kodiak.

August may not be exciting, but should not be hated.
With traditions, and vacations it's often underrated.

Author Notes

Prompt- Poetic calender contest
This is not my favorite piece, but I wanted to put a little humor into whats usually a non celebratory month. It really is National goat cheese month which I personally find slightly humorous....GGGOOOO goat cheese...hahaha
© Melissa Gibson. All rights reserved, 17 days ago
- See more at: http://allpoetry.com/poem/11603985-Do-You-Know-August--by-Tyger-Bee-Willow#sthash.W8retCMB.dpuf

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Dale Warren

 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dale Warren
Birth name Dale Ossman Warren
Born 1940
Detroit, Michigan, US
Died February 3, 1994
Gwinnett County, Georgia, US
Genres R&B, soul, classical
Occupations Arranger, songwriter, record producer
Instruments Violin
Years active 1961–1990s
Labels Motown
Shrine
Stax
Associated acts Isaac Hayes
24-Carat Black
Dale Ossman Warren (1940 - February 3, 1994) was an American musician, who was best known for his work as an arranger for Motown Records in the early 1960s, and later for the Stax label where he worked with Isaac Hayes among many others. He was also primarily responsible for writing, arranging and producing the influential 1973 funk concept album Ghetto: Misfortune's Wealth by 24-Carat Black.

Life and career

He was born in Detroit, Michigan, and was the nephew of Berry Gordy's second wife, Raynoma, often known as "Miss Ray". He was an accomplished conservatory-trained violinist, and in 1961 was recruited by his aunt to work as a strings arranger for Motown Records. There, he worked with The Supremes, among others, and also worked in the early 1960s as a freelance arranger with other Detroit record labels.[1][2] He arranged Bettye LaVette's "Let Me Down Easy", released on the Calla label in 1965,[3] and wrote and arranged tracks by Ronnie and Robyn on the Sidra label. Also in 1965, he began working in Washington DC as an arranger for Shrine Records, a company established by Raynoma Gordy and her then husband, songwriter Eddie Singleton.[2][4]
After the Shrine label folded in the late 1960s, Warren worked as an arranger at Stax Records, composing scores for such musicians as Billy Eckstine, Eddie Floyd, Isaac Hayes, the Bar-Kays, Albert King, and the Staple Singers.[5] He orchestrated Isaac Hayes' version of "Walk On By" on his classic 1969 album Hot Buttered Soul, and was also responsible for the arrangements on Hayes' follow-up albums, The Isaac Hayes Movement and ...To Be Continued the following year.[1][6] In 1972, Warren was featured as a composer and conductor at the Wattstax concert, leading the "Wattstax '72 Orchestra" and writing the extended instrumental piece that opened the event, "Salvation Symphony".[1][7]
Around this time, Warren met and took under his wing a young soul group from Cincinnati, Ohio, The Ditalians. He persuaded them to change their name to 24-Carat Black, and wrote and produced their only original recording, the late 1973 concept album Ghetto: Misfortune's Wealth. The album spotlighted the hardships of life in the inner city, and is divided into eight "synopses" each of which focuses on a different aspect of poverty.[1][5][8] Although Warren recorded many other tracks with 24-Carat Black, they went unreleased until 2009. The group's lead singer Princess Hearn married Warren.[9] While preparing for his only film score in 1974,The Klansman, a movie starring Richard Burton, Lee Marvin and O.J. Simpson,[1] Stax Records shuttered and collapsed. 24-Carat Black was stranded waiting for promotion money from Stax. Dale kept the group afloat with his own finances, returning to the group after doing the movie score.
Reportedly, Warren suffered from various personal problems, including alcoholism, that made him unreliable. He later worked as a classical musician and instrumentalist in Los Angeles, before moving to Atlanta, Georgia.[10] In the early 1990s he worked with a band called Rain On Monday, whose recordings went unreleased.[11] He suffered from financial as well as health problems.[6][10] He died in 1994, in Gwinnett County, Georgia.[12]

Legacy

Starting in the early 1990s, Warren's recordings - particularly Ghetto: Misfortune's Wealth - became used as a source of breakbeats, by Eric B (on "In The Ghetto" in 1990), Dr. Dre (on "Nas Is Coming"), Jay-Z (on "Can I Live Pt 2"), Digable Planets (on "Cool Like Dat"), Naughty by Nature (for "Poverty's Paradise"), and others.[1][6][13][14]
Ghetto: Misfortune’s Wealth was reissued on CD in 1995.[5] Recordings which Warren had made with 24-Carat Black in 1973-1974, largely comprising orchestrated versions of love songs he had reportedly written in the mid-1960s, were stored by keyboardist, engineer, and protoge' to Dale Warren, Bruce Thompson and were released on Vinyl and CD in 2009 under the title Gone: The Promises of Yesterday.[15][16]





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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Howard Lamson

 

Ice cannot shiver in the cold,
Nor stones shrink from the lapping flame.
Eyes that are sealed, no more have tears;
Ears that are stopped hear nothing ill;
Hearts turned to silt are strange to pain;
Tongues that are dumb report no loss;
Hands stiffened, well may idle be;
no sigh is from a breathless breast.
.
Beauty may fade, but closed eyes see not;
Sorrow may wail, but stopped ears hear not;
Work is, but folded hands need work not;
Nothing to say is for dumb tongues.
The rolling earth rolls on and on
with trees and stones and winding streams-
My dream is what the hill-side dreams!


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Friday, June 13, 2014

Saving Summer by Charles Hice



coffee is still my beverage even in the heat it is cool inside eye see
summer prints
summer sweats
summer grinds me into power as eye step almost hurriedly in shade escaping the sun ever relentlessly it comes in power it beats down
summer waits
summer hides its face
summer rules the human race the space of summer keeps
quiet
summer showers make no noise but wet the grass and leave the clouds part and still the summer sun has come to dry the steps eye take
giant strides and tiny steps besides the summer lingers as eye trace my steps
summer comes
summer runs away
summer stays
in the bottle for the rich
in the coffee of the poor
some find summer in the suns frown
some people love the nights more then the days
the saving grace of summer is the friends we make

Sun blazes they save summer in the bottles in the deep south it is the beers the whiskeys and the wines that holds the summer down



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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Chinese YueJu Opera and Huangmei Opera: The Forever Comfort and Outstanding Pick From World Famous Books and Themes...


The world famous digital YueJu Opera
entertains Jingle a lot, she adores
the new edition of love drama between
Baoyu Jia and Daiyu Lin,
She must give prince Jia a high five for his
courage to remain faithful to Lin, despite
the fact that he was forced to marry Baocai Xie,
who has better background.
 
they are reading West Chamber Legend (Xi Xiang Ji)


poetess, superb talent, Daiyu Lin, 



The new drama Hong Rum or Hong LuMeng
Daiyu in 1987
 



TV version

Image Credit: Google.com...Chinese YueJu Opera, Love Drama...