January 11, 2013 · 12:00 am
You got a dream? Well dreams cost… But more importantly, scroll down for a very cute clip below.
Sure, I have dreams. Since you ask,
Maria. And I work on making them happen. (Not as much as I should or could, but still…)
But what if your dream requires such singled-minded determination as to leave no room for anything else? Is that dedication? Just what it takes?
Debbie Allen as Lydia Grant laid out the deal thus: You’ve got big dreams? You want fame? Well, fame costs. And right here is where you start paying … in sweat.
Fair enough. But I hope – I believe – that you can get to walk the dog and still splash in the puddles. (That’s why this clip is here, but you have to click on the quote to see
I hope I’m right. This
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November 4, 2011 · 10:14 pm
Well, you did ask. Or at least the Loose Bloggers Consortium did ask.
Eamon de Valera said in reponse to Winston Churchill’s 1945 speech about the possibility of having had to come to close quarters with Mr de Valera or perish forever from the earth:
I know the kind of answer that I am expected to make… I know the kind of answer I would have made a quarter of a century ago.
Something along the lines of the
triple breasted whore of Eroticon Six, a slab of red Leb and nutty chocolate brownies doused in Baileys Continue reading →
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September 29, 2010 · 11:55 pm
Archbishop of York, John Sentamu
This week the Anglican
Archbishop of York John Sentamu spoke out on prison conditions in the UK. The part that made headlines was when he criticised how some offenders are rewarded in jail by being provided with computer games or cable TV. Continue reading →
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