30 Apr 2016
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Tags: I Would Die 4 U, Little Red Corvette, Prince Rogers Nelson, purple rain, Raspberry Beret
It might be Friday, but there was no way I would or could let this week go by without acknowledging and giving homage to the supreme loss of the incomparable and supreme singer-songwriter, performer and guitarist Prince. He had many outstanding albums, thus numerous hit songs–songs that are timeless and will ever remain so. To compile a true list of all of them, we would be here for quite a spell! So what I’ve done is include my top five faves by Prince Rogers Nelson. Give a listen. You ought to hear something astounding and beautiful and which you may not have heard before. For adding new beauty to one’s life, I do believe, is a princely goal.
Patrick The Poet
1. Controversy – http://videos.sapo.pt/OjVE3t2iQ8uCVmAVRSyn
2. Little Red Corvette – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9xQ0V8lAyM
3. I Would Die 4 U – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTkprnw-IWY
4. Raspberry Beret – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfQSYiiyKQk
5. Purple Rain – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8BMm6Jn6oU
26 Apr 2016
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Tags: Battle for Guadalcanal, bull halsey, navy cross, The Fighting Sailor, VR, William F. Halsey
SHARE THE TOUGHEST ADMIRAL IN U.S. HISTORY!
There is a street in Bakersfield, California, called William F. Halsey Avenue. Across America and elsewhere in the world there are literally dozens and dozens of other streets similarly named. They are named for the toughest and one of the bravest and most important individuals to fight and hold command during the Second World War: Admiral William F. “Bull” Halsey.
That entire sea battles were won because of Admiral Halsey is indisputable. That the Allies defeated Imperial Japan and secured victory in the Pacific theater no doubt is too. Maybe most important of all is the fact because of Bull Halsey the United States won the first (and most important?) land battle of the war: the Battle for Guadalcanal (1942–43). A battle, if we had lost, probably would have lost us the entire war, or certainly the war against Japan.
“The Fighting Sailor” took command of Guadalcanal when defeat seemed imminent for U.S. forces, and where previous commanders before him had failed to succeed. His leadership, military tactics, incredible courage and bull-headed determination earned him the Navy Cross, a special place in naval history and the undying love of U.S. Marines who he championed throughout the war.
“All problems become smaller if you don’t dodge them but confront them.” — Admiral William F. Halsey
18 Apr 2016
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Tags: 600 cliff dwellings, Ancestral Puebloan people, Balcony House, Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde National Park, President Theodore Roosevelt
PLEASE SHARE OUR MESA VERDE POST!
The 59 VETERANS PROJECT continues to gear up to implement our lofty enterprise to teach and create jobs for our military veterans in the fine art and craft of 4K and VR photography and videography where together we will be filming stunning records of our 59 national parks.
Speaking of our national parks, one we can’t wait to visit and share with veterans (which is obviously Colorado’s most incredible tourist site!) is Mesa Verde National Park.
Mesa Verde is unlike any other national park, constituting over 4,000 archaeological sites of the Ancestral Puebloan people, who lived there for at least 700 years. Cliff dwellings built in the 12th and 13th centuries include the famous Cliff Palace, which has 150 rooms and 23 kivas, and the Balcony House, with its many passages and tunnels.
Established on June 29, 1906, by President Theodore Roosevelt himself, and occupying 52,485 acres (21,240 ha) near the Four Corners region of the American Southwest, Mesa Verde National Park host some of the most rugged terrain in the country, especially for biking and hiking enthusiasts. But its some 600 cliff dwellings where the Ancestral Puebloan people once lived is a sight every American should experience!
15 Apr 2016
in baby, balladeers, ballads, bands, bloggers, bloggings, blogs, dance music, entertainers, Entertainment, FAST TRAINS, General, girls, Music, music video, ofir, ofir engel, passion show records, Patrick P. Stafford, performers, pop music, profoundness, profundities, profundity, Queen Ofir, rock music, singers, songs, songwriters, sonic beauty, stage, tech music, Uncategorized
Tags: Israeli Musician Association, Petach Tikva, Israel
SHARE THIS EVENT & ALSO ATTEND!
Queen Ofir is performing for the Israeli Musician Association In Petach Tikva, Israel, on May 2nd at 5.30 p.m. If you’re in Israel or will be visiting at this time, don’t miss what promises to be a fabulous concert with Queen Ofir performing as never before to thousands of fans!
Get your tickets before they sell out! They are available at most outlets throughout the country. For more ticket information, drop a note here: firstname.lastname@example.org and/or visit Queen Ofir’s incredible website at: http://www.queenofir.com/
. It’s going to be a spectacular event!