Pictures That Changed America

I’m watched the TV show,  “The 80’s: The Decade That Name Us” on the National Geographic Channel.

As I was watching it,  they started talking about Calvin Klien and his underwear.

Then this picture popped up on my TV screen.

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My jaw dropped down on my desk.

Tom Hintnaus is also known as the first model in the underwear advertising campaign of designer Calvin Klein. The photograph by Bruce Weber of a well-muscled young man in white briefs, leaning against a thickly white-washed chimney on Santorini Island in Greece, became the iconic image of “male as sex object” in the 1980s. American Photographer magazine named the photo as one of “10 Pictures That Changed America.” (From Wikipedia.com)

And I have to agree, this was a picture that changed America!

The Cross in the Woods

Places in Michigan.

I was reading a list about Michigan and the was on the list.

The Cross in the Woods Catholic shrine in Indian River has a 31-foot high crucifix, the largest one in the world.

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I have been to Indian River a couple if times. The Cross is so beautiful. When your in the grounds,  it’s so peaceful. If you ever get the chance, you really need to visit The Cross in the Woods Catholic shrine in Indian River.

Kip Addotta

Do you remember?

Kip Addotta… I remember watching him on Make Me Laugh.

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Kip Addotta (born 1944) is an American comedian notable for often being featured on The Tonight Show and the syndicated show Make Me Laugh. He was also featured on The Dr. Demento Show for his novelty music, the biggest hits of which are “Wet Dream” and “Life in the Slaw Lane,” a series of fish puns and vegetable puns that, together, form a storyline. He also released a parody of “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” titled “I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus.” Addotta also hosted the adult game show Everything Goes on the Playboy Channel, and has made a number of film and TV appearances, including on the Larry Sanders Show.
(From Wikipedia.com)

Monday Quote

Need to start off the week with a positive saying.

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Reflections of My Life

Heard this song the other day and I’ve must have watched the video (three different versions/time periods.)

Reflections of My Life
by Marmalade

The changing of sunlight to moonlight
Reflections of my life
Oh how they fill my eyes

[Repeat: x 2]
The greetings of people in trouble
Reflections of my life
Oh how they fill my eyes

[Chorus]
Oh my sorrows
Sad tomorrows
Take me back to my own home

[Chorus: x 2]
Oh my crying (Oh my crying)
Feel I’m dying, dying
Take me back
to my own home

The changing of sunlight to moonlight
Reflections of my life
Oh how they fill my eyes

I’m changing, arranging,
I’m changing,
I’m changing everything
Everything around me

The changing of sunlight to moonlight
Reflections of my life
Oh how they fill my eyes

The world is
a bad place
A bad place
A terrible place to live
Oh but I don’t want to die …

[Chorus: x 2]

Read more at http://www.lyrics.com

Kitchen Tips and Tricks

I was surfing the Internet and I saw this interesting website, Listotic.com.

This posting caught my eye…

36 Kitchen Tips and Tricks That Nobody Told You About

Here are some of the Tips and Tricks I liked.

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Check out some of the other Tips and Tricks they have posted.

Top 10 Books of All Time

Well, I guess I should attempt to read one or two of these books on this top 10 list.

Top Top 10 list, derived from the top 10 lists of 125 of the world’s most celebrated writers combined. Read it and— well, just read it.
(From The 10 Greatest Books of All Time by Lev Grossman. Monday, Jan. 15, 2007)

Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy

Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert

War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy 

Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain

Hamlet by William Shakespeare

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust

The Stories of Anton Chekhov by Anton Chekhov

Middlemarch by George Eliot

Does seeing the movie count?

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