I would consider myself a pretty hardcore Trekkie. When living in California, I had the opportunity to visit the Deep Space 9 stages on the Paramount lot and also was able to attend the Premiere of Star Trek: First Contact at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
On April 3rd, 22-year old Colorado student Alexander Heit had been texting a friend, while he was driving, and drifted into oncoming traffic. He ended up rolling his car over and off the road. Heit's parents have just released the text message he was typing right before the accident that claimed his young life.
I was channel surfing last night and landed on Arnold Schwarzenegger's movie 'Predator.' It wasn't one of my favorite AH-Nold movies, but all-in-all, it was a decent flick. But that got me thinking about some movies that I thought were great and then how Hollywood had to go 'back to the well' and start cranking out sequels. Not all sequels are bad, but as the numbers got bigger, the plots got smaller.
Well, it's time to say goodbye to the Grammy awards for another year. In case you missed who walked away with awards on Sunday night's show, here is a list of all the winners for you. Also, since I'm sure the talk at the office will be about some of the performances, I thought it would helpful to let you see all of them in one location.
Football fans and arm chair quarterbacks alike will be surrounding their big plasma or LED big screen this Sunday as Football's best two teams go head-to-head. Not only will this be a battle against Baltimore and San Francisco, but also the first time in the history of the big game that pits brother against brother. John and Jim Harbaugh will face off against each other as the coach of their respective teams and the ultimate prize will be the Lombardi Trophy.
I would have to say that growing up in the 70's as a kid wasn't a bad thing at all. There weren't as many distractions as there are today. No online gaming or surfing through 200+ TV channels, no staring at a computer screen wondering what phrase to type into Google, just to see what the search results are. We played with our friends, watch cartoons on Saturdays and had some cool toys to play with.
When I was 15, I was working three jobs during the summer. I had the overnight (graveyard) shift on the weekends at WZON/Z62 AM, I also held down a spot at the local record store, located in the Bangor Mall and helped out at WHSN, Husson College's radio station.
My mom would always tell me the I was going to 'work myself to death.' That was one of those phrases that I heard a lot over the years. Other phrases I've heard (and I'm sure you have too); 'A Penny For Your Thoughts,' 'A Bird In The Hand,' 'What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stronger' and 'You'll Worry Yourself Sick.'
Have you ever been just sitting around with friends and, all of a sudden, one of them blurts out some piece of trivia? Maybe you have a Sheldon Copper ('Big Bang Theory') or Cliff Clavin ('Cheers') in your inner circle.
Well, the next time you're around a group of friends and you want to impress them with some piece of useless trivia, you have come to the right place.
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