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    May 27, 2018 - Explore Mary E.'s board "Crossfire Trail", followed by 699 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about crossfire, christian kane, tom selleck.

  2. Today, the United States is an extremely conservative nation, and the turn toward right-wing policies began in the eighties with the administration of Ronald Reagan. Today, Hollywood lmmaking is beset by out-of-control production costs with no ceiling in sight, and these soaring costs, and the industrys turn toward the global lm market for its ...

  3. About Samantha Lewes: American actress (born: 1952 - died ...

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    His parents divorced in 1960. Their three oldest children, Sandra (later Sandra Hanks Benoiton, a writer), Larry (an entomology professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign), and Tom, went with their father, while the youngest, Jim (who also became an actor and filmmaker), remained with their mother in Red Bluff, California. In ...

  4. Jonathan Melle on Politics: The Deval Patrick CONSPIRACY on ...

    jonathanmelleonpolitics.blogspot.com › 2008 › 01

    Adelson has seen losses that would make anyone blanch. He was the third-richest man in the world in 2007 - earning an average of $20.5 million a day - but saw his net worth decline $4 billion in September alone, according to Forbes magazine. Las Vegas Sands has endured stock declines and Adelson has poured $1 billion of his money into the company.

  5. WINSIP CUSTER: March 2013

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    The national and world economies move toward economic collapse as James McMurtry, son of famous Texas author, Larry McMurtry, sings 'We Can't Make It Here Any More," on a stage at Steve Wertheimer's Continental Club. The Continental's stage is often shared by actor/musician, Johnny Depp, who supported the release of the convicted ritual child ...

  6. The Beachwood Reporter

    www.beachwoodreporter.com › 2007 › 02
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    The [Wednesday] Papers

    Jottings. * How long until Darcel Beavers shows up on the county payroll? * Dock Walls' predicted landslide came true - in his mind. Today he is preparing his inauguration speech. * 38,060 people actually voted for Walls. He's more popular than the Blackhawks! * Dorothy Brown is eating lunch alone today. * It's a good thing Arenda Troutman has transferrable skills she can put to use tonight right there in the neighborhood. Pays better, too. * Daley won with the support of just one in five vot...

    Barista! Annoyances Large and Grande

    Customers say - and do - the darndest things. "Grande Large" A woman orders her coffee this way every single time she comes in. And then she gets mad when you don't know what the hell to do. Lady, you just ordered two sizes and no actual drink there. Every time she comes in, I correct her and tell her how to order her medium coffee in alarge cup, but she would just assume go through this frustrating routine each and every time she comes in and says it to somebody new. "Blueberry" Blueberry wh...

    Obit: Kirk Rundstrom, Hardcore Hillbilly

    It's always a shock to lose part of your foundation because it makes your whole house tremble, and that's what happened to the structure of contemporary roots music on Feb. 22 when Kirk Rundstromdied of cancer at a tragically young 38 years of age. The man who in recent years achieved his greatest success as part of the Kansas-based "hillbilly hardcore" punk/metal/bluegrass band Split Lip Rayfield was a cornerstone upon which the alt country edifice was built. In the mid-1990s when alt countr...

    Red Carpet Recap

    What we saw on the red carpet. Cameron Diaz Cameron seems to be overdoing the spray tan these days. Her skin's a shade of orange somewhere between "Irish setter" and "basketball." Why is she standing like that? Did she just get over a bout of rickets? Cameron, did you know that cheese, fortified milk, herring, and mackerel are all good sources of vitamin D? The worst part is that Cameron's dress seems to be made from a linen tablecloth and napkins. You're going to be pretty embarrassed later...

    The [Tuesday] Papers

    The report card issued by the Developing Government Accountability to the People project that we've excerpted from these last two daysis a pretty amazing document. For example, for all you hear about the mayor's vaunted remakes of Chicago public schools and public housing, the DGAP gives Mayor Daley a C on education policy and says "Chicago Public Schools are headed in the wrong direction," and issues a D+ on housing, finding that the city ranks 22nd nationally in affordable housing and that...

    What I Watched Last Night - Oscar Edition

    ABC continued its tradition of delivering the most astoundingly lame programming into America's living rooms with a vengeance last night as it presented the 79th Academy Awards. If you come across a bunch of surly co-workers today, cut them a good bit of slack. Not only did the Oscars kill any hope of any of them getting laid at a reasonable hour, but it killed any plans they might have had for watching Tora! Tora! Tora!was on American Movie Classics. On the bright side, Nielsen ratings histo...

    "I Want To Thank God And My Manicurist"

    A review of this year's Academy Award acceptance speeches, in order of acceptance. Best Live Action Short Film Winner Ari Sandel (West Bank Story) explains to America the plight of "little guy" filmmakers such as himself, struggling to realize their vision on a shoestring and a prayer. The camera cuts to Gwyneth Paltrow in the audience, whose dangly earrings alone could finance the production of 200 short films. Best Sound Editing In the course of announcing the win (Letters from Iwo Jima), A...

    The [Monday] Papers

    The Beachwood would like to thank the Academy for providing us the grist to bring you the planet's best Oscar coverage. For example, how prescient was our very own Bethany Lankin, who correctly predicted in her fashion preview that Eddie Murphy would be wearing " a foam-latex, female fat suit by Rick Baker and a short, purple, pareo-style Hawaiian muumuu with floral-shirred sleeve and ruffled neck from Hilo Hattie of Waikiki. Hair by Wig Barn of Beverly Hills. His accessories - advertising fl...

    Oscar Geeks

    "Every science has its fans." So said Walter Matthau's blueblood character to botanist Elaine May in the 1971 comedy A New Leaf, and you know what - he was absolutely right. This evening, the world may be leering at the décolletage of this year's crop of starlets jiggling down the red carpet or forced into watching multiple reaction shots of the aging lions of the screen getting their fawning due from the Academy. Me? I'll be riveted to the two-minute montage that each year comprises the cove...

    Zola Levitt

    Who:Zola Levitt. Where:Dallas. Organization: Zola Levitt Ministries. Brief History: Zola Levitt, a Messianic-Jewish convert, had a Ph.D. in music from Indiana University and had written more than 200 spiritual songs and two nationally televised musicals: Beloved Thief and Mine Eyes Have Seen. Since the 1970s, he authored more than 50 books, ranging in topics from Jewish fiction love stories to the prophetic connections between Israel and the rest of the world, with titles such as The Coming R...

    The Weekend Desk Report

    Filling in for Weekend Desk Editor Natasha Julius, who is away on a dangerous assignment involving alcohol, hot wings, and the Scooter Libby trial. Red Carpet Bombs * In late-breaking Oscar news, the Democrats are trying to give back their 2002 awardfor Best Supporting Actors in a Foreign Policy Blunder of Epic Proportions. * Meanwhile, the odds have broken in Dick Cheney's favor in the Best Actor category for his strong performance as President of the United States. Cheney is now expected to...

    Ace Frehley Not Dead

    From: Carol Kaye Date: February 23, 2007 10:12:29 AM CST To: press@kayosproductions.com Subject:Ace Responds to Rumors of His Demise For Immediate Release Contact: Carol Kaye Kayos Productions Inc. (212) 366-9970 ACE RESPONDS TO RUMORS OF HIS DEMISE New York, NY (February 23, 2007) - "Rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated" - Ace Frehley Contrary to published reports, Ace Frehley, formerly of KISS, is alive and well and working on his highly anticipated solo album. It has been erro...

    The [Friday] Papers

    The best Oscar preview on the planet starts herewith our man on Sepulveda Boulevard setting the stage. Our coverage will continue through the weekend and wrap up next week, provided our fearless correspondents don't get too drunk or stay too sober. Geffen Goof In the wake of the David Geffen dust-up that ended up with Barack Obama's campaign casting Coulter-like aspersions on Hillary Clinton, Obama tells The New York Timesthat "My preference going forward is that we have to be careful not to...

    A Hitchhiker's Guide to the Oscars

    Dateline: Pickled in a motel room on Sepulveda Blvd. Oscar time comes like the rain in Los Angeles - once a year, hot, sticky, and causing alarm for the Hummer drivers. Where the red carpet runs and the buffalo roam, the heat becomes so severe under the glare of flashbulbs and arc lights and the collective breath of several thousand expectorating gawkers, it's a wonder some of the cheaper plastic surgery doesn't begin to melt. Over here in the City of Angels, new standards are being set in so...

    Red Carpet Ride

    What to look for on the red carpet. Best Actor in a Supporting Role ALAN ARKIN will be wearing a single-breasted, two-button, peak-lapel tuxedo from Hugo Boss, a white formal shirt, and a rose-colored tie in a shade that matches the second degree burns on his Johnson. DJIMON HOUNSOU will be wearing a one-button tuxedo with peak lapels and besom pockets by Ozwald Boateng paired with a silver formal necktie accented with a simple emerald-cut cubic zirconia tie pin, but he will be too sexy for h...

    The Fighting 15th Ward

    A dozen candidates managed to get on the ballot in the 15th Wardin a lollapalooza of a fight to replace the retiring, two-term alderman Ted Thomas. Here's a look at the field, in alphabetical order. 1. Name: Richard Anderson. Born in: Arkansas. Lived in 15th Ward: 26 years. Education: No post-secondary. Current Occupation: CTA custodial worker, 21 years. Political Experience: Precinct captain, local school council. Campaign Issues: Job security, safety and security in ward, low-income housing...

    The Periodical Table

    Filling in this week for an ill Jonathan Shipley. Vanity for the Bonfire Vanity Fair's massive 500-page March issue is out and causing hernias everywhere. We might be able to take Graydon Carter's convenient political moralizing more seriously if his Editor's Letter didn't appear after 121 pages of smelly advertising. Of course, it is the annual, Oscar-ready Hollywood issue, but how disheartening to have to wade through endless Burberry, Grey Goose, and Dolce & Gabbana ads to find the world-c...

    The [Wednesday] Papers

    Barack Obama took the cynicism out of politics in Hollywood on Tuesday with a million-dollar hauland a series of private fundraisers on a schedule not being publicly disclosed. For more, see "Barack Hollywood." Tortured Settlement "[Attorney Flint] Taylor said U.S. District Court Judge Marvin Aspen had been mediating the [Jon Burge police torture] dispute behind closed doors when the City of Chicago agreed to pay $14.8 million in November," the Sun-Times reportedon Tuesday. Then the city, Tay...

    Barack Hollywood

    If Barack Obama isn't careful, a narrative is going to develop - if it isn't developing already - that he is an inflator of flattering claims about himself. The Los Angeles Times published a story on Sunday calling into question Obama's fictionalized version of events as a community organizerworking in the Altgeld Gardens housing project 20 years ago. Channel 2 Political Editor Mike Flannery followed up with a report also unkind to Obama's claims- including Obama's boast that he sacrificed a...

    What I Watched Last Night

    It took me a week or two, but I finally caught up last night to Rules of Engagement on CBS because I was too busy doing something else to notice that the rerun of the always-funny Two And A Half Menended. If I were the military or the cops, I'd sue CBS for sullying a perfectly good saying that tells all good jackbooters when, where, and how force should be used. For anyone too uninterested in this show to read the entire account, here's the condensed version of everything you need to know: Da...

    The [Tuesday] Papers

    "Camille Paglia says Madonna Gave Britney the 'Kiss of Death'." I suppose that's plausible. On the other hand, when I read pundits like world-renowned psychologist-at-a-distance Stella Foster complaining about "all the partying, drinking, wearing sexy/tacky clothes and alleged drug use," I just want to say to Britney, "Go, girl!" I mean, that sounds like a lot of my shaved-and-tattoed friends at 25. And at 40. But seriously, you had to expect post-traumatic stress syndrome to kick in at some...

    Michael Thurmond's Six-Day Body Makeover

    It's a diet that masquerades as a non-diet. What it Is: A diet and exercise plan. It includes anatomically engineered "blueprinting" cards, which you use to stack together a portrait of your body and arrive at a customized plan. For your workouts, Thurmond provides the body sculpting band - an elastic rope with handles at each end. For the dieting part, there's a recipe and dining-out guide, and tapes on "living lean." Quote:"Eat more, exercise less, and make your entire body over exactly as...

    What I Watched Last Night

    I'm not a major fan of auto racing but as televised sporting events go, when you need to kill a little time in the neighborhood gin mill, NASCAR isn't too horribly bad. But when a dude goes sliding across the finish line on his roof and on fire like Clint Bowyer didduring Fox TV's coverage of Sunday's Daytona 500, you can't help but be either a fan or at least a momentary convert toward what's otherwise a very boring televised sport. Hell, when dudes in the NBA start laying it up with their h...

    Open Letter

    When I get up, I sit for a moment on the side of the bed, I stare at the floor, and I say, "Fuck." Every morning. Every single morning. Doesn't matter how great a day might theoretically lay ahead. That's what I say, and that's how I feel. I have one variation: Sometimes I say "Oh" first. I wonder if it's any better for you, getting up at a time which is really very late at night and doesn't count as morning at all. I'm going to bet it's not - you still have to haul yourself out of bed like a...

    The [Monday] Papers

    The Tribuneeditorial board endorsed Mayor Daley on Sunday, sentencing us to four more years of the paper chastisising voters for not expressing their outrage over corruption at the polls. For more on the non-existent mayoral campaign, see The [Daley '07] Papers. 1. So Mike Downey obviously would have no problemwith ads being inserted into his column. 2. In between drooling over Barack Obama, Neil Steinberg warnsthat "On this Presidents Day, we should honor our country by girding ourselves aga...

  7. marshagrace.com

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    But of course, conversely, one person can achieve lots of goodness, repair, and long-lasting contribution as well (e.g. Jimmy Carter). Aside from all that, this is a really great book. It’s a nonfiction book that reads like a story chock full of tangents, info, and credibly researched side bars and insights.

  8. Sergio Leone and the Infield Fly Rule: PROFESSOR SEVERUS ...

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    Jul 01, 2009 · Morgan Stewart's Coming Home, which was a childhood favorite. 29) Crash Davis (Kevin Costner) or Morris Buttermaker (Walter Matthau)? Matthau. 30) Best post-Crimes and Misdemeanors Woody Allen film. Bullets Over Broadway. One of the best he's ever made, I think. 31) Best Film of 1999. The Thin Red Line. 32) Favorite movie tag line.

  9. wordnet_alumnus_109786338 - Max Planck Society

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    wordnet_alumnus_109786338 # training instances: 97650 # testing instances: 14527 # true positives: 13889 # false positives: 1091 # false negatives: 638 precision: 0.9271695594125501

  10. On the Edge

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    With his death, only Buzz Aldrin is still alive to reminisce about the 1969 moon landing and to punch out moon landing deniers. Collins died of cancer. Snip: Collins was born in Italy, became an Air Force pilot, then an astronaut in the Gemini program.