January 16th, 2006

Kind lady

8116 - Work, again? BOB SAGAT!

GeotargetI didn't do much of anything this weekend. I didn't put on shoes. I didn't leave the third floor. I did clean house, laundry, etc.

Watched the heck out of the Kong DVDs... all the special edition stuff... Harryhausen's test footage and the documentary on "the making of" was pretty dang impressive, and Harryhausen's commentary was good on the movie disc, too. A lot of it was interpolated, due to the movie being over 70 years old.. just about everyone remotely involved in the project are long deceased. It worked out quite nicely, however, since the material hasn't changed in that span,either.



Mr. T doing a happy little dance. (don't sniff the rest of the site unless you're not at work and have a strong stomach.)

In fact, I'll just snag the animated gif from the shockwave,and post it here, instead.

mrtdance


Found it searching for -

Remember kids... believe in yourself, eat all your school, stay in milk, drink your teeth, don't do sleep, and get 8 hours of drugs.




1 year ago - Rainy lazy mel-day, bonnet house, literati with resilience, fictional substances, fooling around with image searches

2 years ago - Cycloptic Goat, Fontifier, Aesop, etc

3 years ago - Newt Pic, Manatees, Harry potter, palm wait at doc, sanctity of life

4 years ago - cool invention poll, thoughts about human rights progressing, magic spell over Taiwan, books read, How to take a punch, and my first notification that I was being published in UA2.

5 years ago - Custard the Dragon, Beautiful and Not-so-beautiful Words, Botticelli reminding me of mah sweetie, Michelanglo on Censorship, and a few dead links.

6 years ago - Newt was Neutered!
right way

8118 - Martin Luther King Day

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“Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve.”
     – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

» Americans to Celebrate King Holiday By Serving Others

» View 2006 MLK Day of Service Project Listings
 
» Click here to register your MLK Day of Service Project

» National Service Agency Announces Grants to Support Service
   Projects on 2006 Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday

» View the 2005 MLK Day of Service Photo Gallery

During his lifetime, Dr. King sought to forge the common ground on which people from all walks of life could join together to address important community issues. Working alongside individuals of all ages, races and backgrounds, Dr. King encouraged Americans to come together to strengthen communities, alleviate poverty, and acknowledge dignity and respect for all human beings. Service, he realized, was the great equalizer.

On January 16, 2006, as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Martin Luther King Jr. federal holiday, Americans across the country will celebrate by honoring the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Hundreds of thousands of Americans will remember and memorialize Dr. King by participating in service projects in their communities. Together, they will honor King’s legacy of tolerance, peace, and equality by meeting community needs and making the holiday “A day ON, not a day OFF.”