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Friday, July 29, 2011

Fabio does the Weather

I still like the Old Old Spice guy better but this video is funny!!!

Sunday, July 24, 2011

My favourite TV shows growing up as a Kid Part 1

I have always been a big fan of TV especially as a kid!!!! So I decided to share with you what I used to watch on TV when I was a kid!!!

Lets start with Full House which ran from 1987 to 1995!!!! This show was one of my all time favourite show because I had a crush on Candace Cameron and still do:-D

Next is Kidstreet which is a Canadian game that had kids answering question about there partner who was there brother or sister sitting in a race car!!! It was like the  It was on the air from 1988 to 1992!!! I use to watch it every morning before going to school!!!!

Finally we have Facts Of Life is about girls at a boarding school!!!! It was on the air from 1979 to 1988!!!! 

This only a few of the shows that I used to watch so there will be another post of more of the shows I used watch when I was younger!!!!

Thursday, July 21, 2011

National Dating Standards Lowered

National Dating Standards Lowered

There is hope for me!!!!

Awesome Disney cartoons theme songs!!!!

Darkwing Duck

Duck Tales- Which is my all time favourite Disney Cartoon of all time!!!!!

Gummi Bears

I love the old Disney cartoons!!!! I just wish that Disney would start to make some new cartoons like they did in the 80s & the 90s

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

The X Factor

Can not wait 4 the X Factor to finally come to North America

Jim Henson Memorial Service- One Person

Jim Henson was a great man and this was one of his favourite songs!!!! That is why they chose to sing at his memorial service

Monday, July 11, 2011

Bodies of 40 Children Trapped in Playroom of Sunken River Boat

Bodies of 40 Children Trapped in Playroom of Sunken River Boat

SYUKEYEVO, Russia -- Rescuers say there is little hope of finding any more people alive after an overloaded tourist boat sank in the Volga River, killing 128 people in Russia's worst river accident in three decades.

Rescuers say the bodies of 40 children may be trapped in the playroom of a pleasure boat that went down in a heavy storm.

Rescuers used life vests to bring dozens of bodies to shore in a grim recovery operation accompanied by wails from grieving parents and anger from the Kremlin over what seemed to be basic transport security lapses.

The worst river boat disaster since 1983 came on top of a recent series of deadly Russian plane crashes and other technical glitches that highlighted the vast work the country needs to do to upgrade its Soviet era infrastructure.

But the pain of what happened on one of Russia's most important rivers became increasingly unbearable on Monday as the hours passed and the number of survivors refused to edge up beyond the 79 people reported on Sunday.

Russia's emergency minister told President Dmitry Medvedev 208 people made it on board the Bulgaria in gross violation of rules that permitted only 140 people to use the 56-year-old craft.

Other reports said the Bulgaria had not undergone renovations since 1980 and was equipped with only two of the four required rescue boats - with even those not being lowered because the craft was swallowed by the waters within minutes.

Medvedev responded by demanding a review of Russia's entire transportation infrastructure and requesting inquiries into why the ship had sailed with a broken left engine and without an operating licence.

"We have enough old tubs floating around," Medvedev sternly told a government meeting in reference to outdated vessels.

"Based on the information we have today, the ship was in an unsuitable condition," Medvedev said in nationally televised remarks.

The range of violations detected on the ship are a particular embarrassment to Russian officials who are preparing the country for major international events such as the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi and the 2018 football World Cup.

Russian infrastructure problems and corruption have raised the most serious questions among organiser of both events and Medvedev has been at pains in recent months to convince the global community of imminent improvements.

The mood at the site of the disaster on Monday switched from shock to horror and disbelief.

Rescuers spent nearly 24 hours scouring the turbulent waters before encountering a Bulgaria cargo hold that was set up as a children's playpen with a special sandlot.

Officials said their worst fears were confirmed with that find.

"The divers inspected the craft and found 30 to 40 children in the cargo hold," a member of the rescue operation told the Interfax news agency.

His comments supported earlier survivors' reports of dozens of children entering the playpen only moments before the boat sank.

The rescuer said the children's bodies will be recovered only after the entire ship is raised in a delicate operation requiring the help of special barges equipped with cranes.

"The current is very strong in that section of the river," the rescuer said.

Officials are preparing a series of criminal investigations into why the Bulgaria set sail this weekend without a proper operating licence and whether criminal negligence was involved.

Russia's transportation minister said he planned to investigate survivor accounts of how a barge and an oil tanker had passed the stricken craft without stopping while people struggled in the water for their lives.

"We know these ships and their captains' names," RIA Novosti quoted Transport Minister Igor Levitin as saying.

"We will use every means within the law to punish them as severely as possible," Levitin said.

A survivor named Nikolai Chernov told state television: "Two boats went by without stopping even though we waved and waved."

ABC-DEF-GHI Song Sesame Street

I have loved Sesame Street & Big Bird for as long as I can remember!!!

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Homeless man charged with stalking President Monson

Homeless man charged with stalking Mormon church president

Published: Friday, July 8, 2011 7:49 p.m. MDT

SALT LAKE CITY — A homeless man was charged Friday with stalking the president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Benjamin Tucker Staples, 36, was charged with stalking, a class A misdemeanor.

Salt Lake police officers were called to the LDS Church Office Building, 50 E. North Temple, on July 5 after receiving a report of a trespasser. Officers were told Staples had been to the building about five times since June 25 asking to speak with President Thomas S. Monson.

prior appearance that he is not to return to the premises," the charges filed in 3rd District Court state. "Each prior incident, the defendant was arrested and booked into the jail."

Staples, who has the alias of "Jesus Christ" listed in the Salt Lake County Jail booking information, told officers "he intends to keep returning to the offices" until he meets President Monson, the charges state.

Each time, he refused to leave voluntarily, "choosing instead to be arrested by police," according to the charges.

"Church security is concerned for the safety of the president and those employed in the building because of defendant's persistence even after being told not to return and given a written trespass order," the charges state.

Staples is being held in jail on $25,000 bail.

— Brian West

Friday, July 8, 2011

My Brother Girlfriend!!!!!!!

My Brother Chris with his Girlfriend at Boston Pizza

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Baertschi's Calgary connection grows

Great article from the Calgary Herald on Sven Baertschi the Flames first pick in this years Draft!!!!

Baertschi's Calgary connection grows


Sven Baertschi is beginning to believe in the mysterious power of coincidences.

"At the start of the season, my roommate was Spencer Bennett, and he was drafted to Calgary here," the newly-signed 18-year-old said Tuesday at Calgary Flames prospects camp "The first day, I ask him if he's got a shirt I can sleep in.

"He gave me a Calgary Flames shirt. I slept the whole season in that shirt, then to get drafted by Calgary, and now the world championship is in Calgary, so that's . . . ."


"Karma, yeah."

The karma tripled Tuesday with the announcement Baertschi's native Switzerland is part of Pool A at the world junior hockey championships.

Pool A will play the round-robin in Calgary, so Flames fans can keep close tabs on the future Flame.

Pool B -a group that includes Canada and the United States -is assigned to Edmonton.

All medal-round games are slated for Calgary.

Are the world juniors a big deal for a kid from Switzerland?

"That's for sure," said Baertschi, Calgary's first-round selection (11th overall) at the 2011 entry draft. It's going to be fun.

"It's special."

Will he serve as captain of the Swiss?

"I'm not sure," he said. "You never know."

The round-robin portion of the tournament opens Dec. 26 and runs through Dec. 31. The medal round is slated for Jan. 2 to Jan. 5 at the Saddledome.

Group A, playing in Calgary, is composed of the defending gold medallists Russia, Latvia, Slovakia, Sweden and Baertschi's Switzerland. Group B, playing in Edmonton, includes Canada, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland and the United States.

Markus Granlund, drafted 45th overall by the Flames, is expected to suit up for his native Finland. Team Canada has invited Patrick Holland to the summer development camp next month in Edmonton.

"I'm not getting too far ahead of myself," said Holland, a seventh round (193rd overall) selection of the Flames in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.

"I'm sure if there's a ghost roster right now, I wouldn't be on anybody's list.

"I'm just going to go there, do the best I can, and do the best I can do. It would be super exciting Anything to put a Team Canada sweater on. That would be awesome."

© Copyright (c) The Calgary Herald

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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Dust Storm in Phoenix!!!!

I hope that everyone was OK!!!

Elevator - Wookiee Mating Call


This is my favourite song from the musical Annie!!!! It is one of those songs that makes me cry!!!!

Friday, July 1, 2011