A Light Touch
Dana Dorrian’s Family Photo Album
A Fun Project
A couple of weeks ago, my roommate Dana asked me to scan a couple of old photographs he found while looking through his old photo album: one was an old black and white photo of his late mother, Patricia; the other was a color photo of Dana in his sailor uniform, taken in 1986.
I knew that Dana would have been satisfied with just the scans, but I decided to do a little restoration work with PhotoShop before I sent him the finished products.
It’s To Laugh
I was watching one of my favorite news shows on TV when I heard the story about Secretary Tillerson calling President Trump a moron. As usual, I was multi-tasking, surfing channels to avoid commercials, checking my Zazzle sales reports on the Internet, etc.
About an hour later, it actually hit me: Tillerson called Trump a moron. I laughed out loud.
It’s sort of funny, but not really. It’s sort of surprising, but not really.
Not a Regular Moron
Yesterday, while viewing the collections for one of my Zazzle stores and noticing the covers I had created for those collections, the thought occurred to me that it would be nice to create a cover for my Steemit blog. After finding a tutorial on how to make a good Steemit cover, I gave it a try.
The tutorial I found is by @carlgnash—How I Made My Cover Image Look Good On All Devices. I recommend it for anyone who wants to make their own cover. @carlgnash’s instructions are clear and concise, he covers such considerations as content, color, size, aspect ratio, copying the cover to your account and changing the settings.
Jimmy attended the American Gods press event last week and was part of the roundtables with the creators and cast! In this episode you’ll stars Crispin Glover, Orlando Jones, Pablo Schreiber, and Bruce Langley. They chat about the evolution of the project, their roles, favorite scenes, their hopes for the series and more! Crispin and Orlando make a great comedy duo as well!
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Beets are one of the healthiest foods you can juice, hands down. If you have not ever tried beet juice, now is the time to start. Beet were regarded by many ancient cultures not as food but as medicine, a testimony to their potency.
Beets are rich in a very unique source of phytonutrients called betalains. Both betanin and vulgaxanthin, two highly researched betalains found in beets, have powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and detoxification properties.
Each Mother’s Day, many families struggle with the finding the perfect gift. This is predictable. You want something personal and special, but you also want go find something that she’ll use and enjoy. You want to find just the right thing to fit her particular interests.
You should consider a personalized gift. Getting something custom designed and personalized for the special woman in your life will allow you to find a gift that is useful as well as meaningful and special. Here are five steps you need to take to find the perfect gift for Mom this year:
After a long life, legendary comedian and civil rights activist, Dick Gregory died Saturday, August 19, 2017. He was 84.
Gregory (Born, October 12, 1932, St. Louis, Mo.) entered the national comedy scene in 1961 when Chicago’s Playboy Club (as a direct request from publisher Hugh Hefner) booked him as a replacement for white comedian, “Professor” Irwin Corey.
Mr. Gregory, then a candidate for president, before speaking in Norfolk, VA, in October 1968. Source: Associated Press
From an early age, Gregory demonstrated a strong sense of social justice. While a student at Sumner High School in St. Louis he led a March protesting Segregated schools.