Shows how much love the old block has for kid……!!!!!!!!
Wow brilliant stuff!!!!!!!!!!
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A mysterious climber in Seattle has caught the attention of local media outlets and Reddit recently when photographs appeared of him on top of Seattle landmarks like the CenturyLink Stadium and the Space Needle. Questions have been rising about the identify of this climber, how these photos were captured, and how he was even able to reach these spots deemed nearly impossible. Are these images real or were they digitally enhanced?! Will we ever find out? For now, I’d like to think that a local actually achieved this – kind of gives our city a little bit more street cred, doesn’t it? While the images are beautiful, officials are not taking this incident lightly and have since taken the necessary precautions to hopefully ensure that it doesn’t happen again and that everyone is safe.
It is on a sad note that yours truly blogs to you today,when a son has been lost leaving a gap in the Zmbabwean soccer fraternity.Adam ‘Adamski’ Ndlovu was ahumble,soft-spoken man who never let fame get to his head.He will always be remembered for his contribution to the warriors at Afcon 2004.May his dear soul rest in peace…
Need to Know News: Petraeus scandal extends to top Afghan commander; After the election, a new push on Syria
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For November 13, 2012 – David Petraeus scandal extends to top Afghan commander, after the election, a new push on Syria and people ‘unliking’ Mitt Romney on Facebook…
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Earlier this fall, a collection of John Lennon’s were anthologized in the aptly-named book The John Lennon Letters. Now selections from the book will be available in a new app for iPhone iOS coming soon, according to the book’s official website.
The app will include 78 letters in total – 68 from the book and 10 exclusive to the mobile platform – as well as a foreword by Yoko Ono, commentary by the book’s editor, Hunter Davies, and audio readings from British actor Christopher Eccleston. No exact date on the app’s release.
The John Lennon Letters was released this year on the icon’s birthday, October 9th. It features nearly 300 letters, ranging from lengthy notes to grocery lists and everything in between. The book gives a sense of Lennon’s life and thinking, and was compiled/edited by Hunter Davies, the Beatles’ official biographer.
– Jillian Mapes, CBS Local