The actress Ja’Net DuBois who played Willona Woods on the1970s sit-com “Good Times” Die. See the report on ABC https://abc7ny.com/entertainment/good-times-actress-movin-on-up-singer-janet-dubois-dies/5945018/
According to cbsnews.com: “Alec Baldwin was booted from an American Airlines flight in Los Angeles on Tuesday, apparently after he used an electronic device to play a Scrabble-like game before the plane departed.” If what is reported is true, it seems to me to be adolescent of him not to obey a well known rule on airlines. It’s like something a defiant teenager or younger would do. Read the rest at: cbsnews.com
You can win $200.00 when you play Paul Ranger’s music at http://www.jango.com/music/Paul+Ranger. Even if you don’t win, but you tell someone about this promotion and they enter and win, you will receive 50% ($100.00) of what they win. So, we want you to tell your friends and relatives about this promotion. No purchase is necessary. First, go to http://www.paulrangermusic.com for instructions and rules!
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“SARGODHA, Pakistan (Reuters) – Pakistani police submitted on Tuesday charges of plotting terrorism against five young Americans detained last year, a lawyer said.
The students, in their 20s and from the U.S. state of Virginia, were detained in December in the town of Sargodha, 190 km (120 miles) southeast of Islamabad, and accused of contacting militants over the Internet and plotting attacks…” Read the rest at: www.news.yahoo.com
>“St. Vincent’s hospital in New York has a little bit of a debt problem — about $700 million worth, according to the New York Post. They also owed New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning(notes) over $500,000 for marketing work he’s done for them, but Eli, aware of their debt problems, told them no thanks…” Read the rest at http://sports.yahoo.com
Maybe last year you gave the heart shaped box with assorted chocolate or perhaps you gave jewelry which is kind of hard to afford this year and you ran out of ideas for this year. One thing you could give is, Music. Yes, music. You could download a couple of tracks of love songs from artist like Paul Ranger singing Pledging My Love or Who’s that Girl and more for just $.99 per track. You could then burn a cd, download to your mp3 player and/or maybe lip sync to your sweetheart or just give it as a gift.
“Valentine’s Day” the movie, opened last night. The synopsis from hollywood.com,
“Veteran director Garry Marshall helms this ensemble comedy featuring multiple overlapping storylines set during a Valentine’s Day in L.A…” Read more here..
And now, they are already working on the sequel. See “Valentine’s Day Sequel Underway”
After seven week of winning the box office race “Avatar” has lost it’s first place standing to “Dear John” According to this article at “Yahoo Movies”
I’m writing this post while sitting in a New Kingston, Jamaica Hilton Hotel room overlooking a swimming pool that is between two buildings on the hotel’s property. It is a beautiful morning, but I’m not here for fun and relaxation. The death of my father is the unfortunate reason for my vistit to this country, which I left behind some 40 years ago. My father lived here till he died. I would like to write about other things on this beautiful Tuesday morning, but I cannot concentrate on much else, especially with the gathering of friends and relatives far and near. I hope to get back to this writing about other happenings as soon as I get this past me. Nevertheless I just found out last night through “movies.msn.com that Patrick Swayze lost his fight with cancer and died yesterday. Read it here: “movies.msn.com”