Daily Archives: January 16, 2017

Watch “Blake Shelton – Who Are You When I’m Not Looking (Official Video)” on YouTube


Who Are You When I’m Not Looking

Blake Shelton


Lyrics


My oh my, you’re so good-looking

Hold yourself together like a pair of bookends

But I’ve not tasted all your cooking
Who are you when I’m not looking?

Do you pour a little something on the rocks?
Slide down the hallway in your socks?
When you undress, do you leave a path?
Then sink to your nose in a bubble bath?

My oh my, you’re so good-looking
Hold yourself together like a pair of bookends
But I’ve not tasted all your cooking
Who are you when I’m not looking?

I wanna know
I wanna know
I wanna know

Do you break things when you get mad?
Eat a box of chocolates ’cause you’re feelin’ bad?
Do you paint your toes ’cause you bite your nails?
Call up momma when all else fails?

Who are you when I’m not around?
When the door is locked and the shades are down?
Do you listen to your music quietly?
And when it feels just right, are you thinkin’ of me?

I wanna know
I wanna know
I wanna know

My oh my, you’re so good-looking
But who are you when I’m not looking?

Songwriters: Earl “Bud” Lee / John Wiggins

Who Are You When I’m Not Looking lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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Paris, La Madeleine, 1912


Paris, La Madeleine, 1912

BBC News: Why was the Zimmerman Telegram so important?


I saw this on the BBC and thought you should see it:

Why was the Zimmerman Telegram so important? – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-38581861

BBC News: May rejects ‘partial’ EU membership in Brexit speech


I saw this on the BBC and thought you should see it:

May rejects ‘partial’ EU membership in Brexit speech – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-38641208

BBC News: Istanbul Reina nightclub attack suspect captured


I saw this on the BBC and thought you should see it:

Istanbul Reina nightclub attack suspect captured – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-38645787

Magic of the woods


Magic of the woods

1869 Alexei Savrasov (Russian, 1830-97) ~ Winter Night;


1869 Alexei Savrasov (Russian, 1830-97) ~ Winter Night;

Peyote Drummer. 1927. Photo by Edward S. Curtis.


Peyote Drummer. 1927. Photo by Edward S. Curtis.

Wife of Modoc Henry. Klamath. 1923. Photo by Edward S. Curtis. Source – Museum of Photographic Arts.


Wife of Modoc Henry. Klamath. 1923. Photo by Edward S. Curtis. Source – Museum of Photographic Arts.

flustered meaning


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flust·er

ˈfləstər/

verb

past tense: flustered; past participle: flustered

  1. make (someone) agitated or confused.

    “you need to be able to work under pressure and not get flustered”

    synonyms: unsettlemake nervous, unnerve,agitateruffleupsetbotherput on edge, disquietdisturbworryperturb,disconcertconfusethrow off balance,confound; rattle

Watch “”Three Little Maids From School Are We”” on YouTube


Watch “Respighi – The Birds” on YouTube


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Una mamma non si arrabbia mai: con una mano punisce il figlio, con l’altra lo carezza.Proverbio Africano


Chi lavora con le mani è un operaio, chi lavora con le mani e la testa è un artigiano, chi lavora con le mani, la testa e il cuore è un artista.San Francesco


Chi lavora con le mani è un operaio, chi lavora con le mani e la testa è un artigiano, chi lavora con le mani, la testa e il cuore è un artista.

San Francesco

The Medicine Man. 1914. Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. Photo by Karl Moon. Source – New York Public Library


The Medicine Man. 1914. Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. Photo by Karl Moon. Source – New York Public Library

One day you will wake up and…there won’t be any more time to do the things you’ve always wanted. Do it now!


One day you will wake up and…

there won’t be any more time to do the things you’ve always wanted. 

Do it now!

The USEPA continues to give out bad information to drinking water consumers in Flint.


The USEPA continues to give out bad information to drinking water consumers in Flint.

The USEPA continues to give out bad information to drinking water consumers in Flint. Flint consumers contact me daily concerned about the strong smell of chlorine in the drinking water… and USEPA representatives tell them this is a good thing… that this means the water is disinfected. This response tells me the USEPA representative really do not understand water chemistry and disinfection byproduct formation… their ignorance is concerning because the “more chlorine” is better approach could cause more problems. The Flint distribution system still has not been properly analyzed by a comprehensive hydraulic model. 
When you smell chlorine in drinking water it is the indicator of the interaction between chlorine and a build-up of organic material in your distribution system and onsite plumbing. While a chlorine odor is often an indicator that the disinfectant is effectively working to remove bacteria and debris in your pipes… in Flint it means the distribution system is still full of biofilm and sludge. This is where legionella and other bacteria thrive… even in chlorinated environments.

He loves me, he loves me not, and so on…


He loves me, he loves me not, and so on…

McKaley Nicole Miller, Rose of Hart of Dixie  (a crayon skatch)


McKaley Nicole Miller, Rose of Hart of Dixie (a crayon skatch)

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Tot ce merită se învață de mic copil : O fetiță româncuță frumoasă care adună păpuşoi


Tot ce merită se învață de mic copil : O fetiță româncuță frumoasă care adună păpuşoi

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We are living on the planet as if ee have another one to go to!


O fetiță româncuță frumoasă: cu măr în mânăşi covrigi in jurul gâtului! 


O fetiță româncuță frumoasă: cu măr în mânăşi covrigi in jurul gâtului!

A Winnebago girl. Early 1900s.


A Winnebago girl. Early 1900s.

My Duck today 


My duck today

My Duck today 

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Mésangeai du Canada – Grey jay Ces sympathiques corvidés sont certainement parmi les oiseaux les plus amusants à photographier.


Cătălina Fogoroş (a crayon sketch)


Cătălina Fogoroş (a crayon sketch)

Silver-breasted Broadbill by Allan Seah


Silver-breasted Broadbill by Allan Seah

Mars-Che-Coodo (White Man Runs Him). Crow. 1910. Photo by De Lancey W. Gill. Source – National Anthropological Archives.


Mars-Che-Coodo (White Man Runs Him). Crow. 1910. Photo by De Lancey W. Gill. Source – National Anthropological Archives.

Mars-Che-Coodo (White Man Runs Him). Crow. 1910. Photo by De Lancey W. Gill. Source – National Anthropological Archives.

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Bucarest se réveille! ROMANIAPhoto, Octavian Balea.


Soare cu dinţi ! (La Breaza Făgăraşului )


Soare cu dinţi ! (La Breaza Făgăraşului

Ateneul Român


Ateneul Român

Today’s Holiday:Ati-Atihan Festival


Today’s Holiday:
Ati-Atihan Festival

This is one of the most colorful festivals in the Philippines, held in Kalibo, the capital city of the province of Aklan. Originally falling on the Feast Day of Santo Niño, the celebration combines Christian and non-Christian elements. During the present-day festival, revelers cover their skin with soot and wear Ati costumes that are patchworks of coconut shells, feathers, and fronds. They converge on the main streets, pound their spears, and repeatedly dance a two-step dance. From a distance, the celebrants look like a solid mass of people lurching in a frenzied rhythm.: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Today’s Birthday:Eric Henry Liddell (1902)


Today’s Birthday:
Eric Henry Liddell (1902
)


Liddell was a Scottish athlete and missionary. Because of his Christian convictions, Liddell refused to run track events on Sundays, a decision that forced him to withdraw from his best event, the 100-meter sprint, during the 1924 Paris Olympics. Instead, he ran the 400 meters, winning the gold medal and breaking the existing world record. His story is depicted in the Academy Award-winning 1981 film Chariots of Fire. Why is he listed in some literature as China’s first Olympic champion?: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

This Day in History:Miguel de Cervantes’s Don Quixote Is Published (1605)


This Day in History:
Miguel de Cervantes’s Don Quixote Is Published (1605)

A founding work of modern Western literature, Cervantes’s Don Quixote presents a profound picture of the divide between idealistic and realistic world views. A burlesque of chivalric romances, it was an immediate success. In 1614, a spurious Part II was published by an unidentified author who insulted Cervantes in his prologue. Offended, Cervantes responded by publishing his own Part II, which some literary critics consider superior to Part I. What is Don Quixote’s real name in the book?: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Quote of the Day:Victor Hugo


Quote of the Day:
Victor Hugo

The man who is not loved hovers like a vulture over the sweetheart of others.: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Article of the Day:Hatching


Article of the Day:
Hatching

Hatching and cross-hatching are artistic techniques in which artists use closely-spaced parallel or crossed lines to create tonal or shading effects in their work. By varying the length, angle, spacing, and thickness of these lines, artists achieve a variety of visual effects. Western artists developed cross-hatching in the Middle Ages, and many 15th-century old master prints contain examples of the technique. Which artist is said to have perfected the techniques in his woodcuts and engravings?: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Word of the Day:sutler


Word of the Day:
sutler

Definition: (noun) A supplier of victuals or supplies to an army.
Synonyms: provisioner, victualler
Usage: The sutler loaded his mule with provisions and followed the army.: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch