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Jul 08 Published in Quotes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Perhaps it all began when I was but a child, six years, maybe, watching Saturday morning cartoons —specifically, Bugs Bunny donning a dress and a wig. I was enthralled at the transformation. This, I decided, was what I would aspire to. That’s as far back as I can recall about my “difference”.
- Zelia, 15, in GLBTQ: The Survival Guide for Queer & Questioning
Jul 08 Published in The Arts by Wordsmith | Comment (0)
Two great artistic events will happen this year. One is the return of The Gong Show, the most appallingly entertaing game show that ever was, the other will be the completion of my novel.
For those of you too young to remember The Gong Show, imagine three B- and C-list T.V. actor judges, a string of woefully amateur contestants who are as bold as they are
Jul 07 Published in Quotes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
How would it be to paint a “touch, smell and taste” picture? Skin smooth as cocoa seeds, cat eyes of pungent curry. Maybe her tongue could be red chili and her cheeks burn in flashes of fresh mace...
Jul 07 Published in local color by Chris | Comment (0)
If you are an old timey California enthusiast, or love train rides which are not as ... special ... as the Cave Train at the Boardwalk, then load up the family and take the scenic drive through the redwoods to Roaring Camp in Felton.
You think you like trains? These people are nuts about them.
wow the fireworks last night lasted hours! i was at sea watching. we cruzed the coasts and i even saPublished in Untagged by EPIC | Comment (1)
was a better pesrspective from the sea and even boats launched rockets and things too. all in all i rate it a 9 out of 10 but since it was citizens and not a scheduled event i give it a 10+! woo hoo even tonight i see big ones here downtown at 1 am... i got pics of it too. i'll be posting them when i can. my camera takes big pictures that won't fit in the
Jul 05 Published in healing harp by Telynor | Comment (0)
Jul 05 Published in Untagged by Telynor | Comment (0)
About the work I do as Hospital and Hospice Musician:Where Aretha Franklin is the ‘Queen of Soul', I'm the ‘Queen of Mellow'!
For more than 9 years, I've been honored to bring music into hospital and hospice settings. And while many comments I receive range from ‘nice of the hospital to do this' to ‘it's so soothing', neither of those responses capture the
Jul 05 Published in Poems by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
The summer I discovered power
Jul 04 Published in Quotes, Jokes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Driving home, I saw this sticker that made me laugh out loud:
Give me ambiguity,
Or give me... Something else...
Jul 03 Published in Untagged by mike | Comment (4)
One thing I'm not doing is heading down to the beach. Been there and got shell shocked--it's like a war zone down
Jul 03 Published in Quotes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
“I gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which I must stop and look fear in the face. I say to myself, I’ve lived through this and can take the next thing that comes along. We must do the things we think we cannot do.”
Jul 03 Published in Energy Issues by Wordsmith | Comment (2)
There's a harebrained idea being trumpeted by certain reactionary types that the only way to lower gasoline prices is to start drilling for oil in the Alaska wilderness and off our coasts. There are so many reasons why this foolhardy idea is wrong that I couldn't possibly list them all here, so I'll just state a few, but there is one that stands
Jul 02 Published in stuff we like, stuff we all need by scotts | Comment (3)
umm where did i put my firecrackers. . ok best place to see a lot of fireworks is near the hobiecats (fleet 290 is wicked) that beach is near the crows nest. remeber to not drive if you been drinking, it's a bad idea for everyone. in the old days 50 years ago there were not so many people around, but now, it's just a stupid idea even talking on a cell
Jul 02 Published in Untagged by mike | Comment (4)
The highlight definitely had to be Cedar Point. If you haven't heard of it, it's an amusement park about an hour away from Cleveland in Sandusky. They have some of the most insane roller coasters I've ever been on. Two of the highlights have to be Millenium Force and Dragster. I looked on youtube and found a video from each one, here they are:
Jul 02 Published in Quotes by RamblingRose | Comment (2)
New designs from www.RamblingRoseStudios.com
Available in t-shirts, mugs, mouse pads, caps, bike messenger bags, magnets & more!
Jul 01 Published in neverendingstory by EPIC | Comment (4)
hope you enjoy these hubble telescope pictures. i'll post new ones every few days.-enjoy! also next is oplarbear shots taken on a recent dogsledding trip- they are a trip. stay tuned to the best ISP,
Jul 01 Published in Fiction by Wordsmith | Comment (0)
This fictional short story based on an incident that happened to someone I know back in the mid 90's. I first wrote this story in 2000, then rewrote it 2007. I'm posting it here because I don't believe it will ever be published because of its content in addition to the difficulty of selling a short story. WARNING! I did edit the profanity but there
Jul 01 Published in Untagged by Fiendish_Thingy | Comment (0)
So Cruzio's got this new fangled non-MyFaceSpaceBook thingy, eh?
So, check out my website, and you'll see I'm a big fan of the Beatles, underwater photography and the
Jul 01 Published in wonders of nature, Summer, stuff we like by PuffinGal | Comment (1)
If you're looking to save money on gas and are fortunate enough to live in Santa Cruz, biking is an excellent alternative available to you.
You don't need a fancy bike or silly spandex, just some basic wheels and comfy clothes will do.
If you're a little "rusty" (you or the bike) take it slow and give it spin! What could it hurt to try?
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