Monthly Archives: February 2014

Jimmy Fallon: Filling Leno’s Shoes And Walking Into Our Late Night TV

Jimmy Fallon has filled Jay Leno’s Shoes on the Tonight Show!  Feb. 17, 2014, the first Monday after the Olympics, found Jimmy bringing his up-beat and highly entertaining self and guests to our late night televisions. Jimmy was born Sept. … Continue reading

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Chris Christie: Planning To Climb Out Of The Mud Hole

The End of 2013, three years from the next Presidential Election in the U.S. and time to start positioning himself among the many of his political party who will be seeking that same nomination.  What better platform than being the … Continue reading

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Gov. Christie of N.J.; Getting Back by Holding Back

State governments have always fluctuated between having clean political administrations (well, sort of clean — relatively speaking) and those viewed as being corrupt or subject to political maneuvering at every level by every politician and appointee.  In the United States, … Continue reading

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Amanda Knox: Wanting To Awaken From An Unending Nightmare

Holding a placard declaring her innocence, Amanda Knox responds to the unbelievable finding of the Italian Court system of “guilty” after having been previously declared “not guilty” by that same court.  In the U.S., this is “double jeopardy” — not allowed to … Continue reading

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Shirley Temple Flashes Those Bright Eyes At The Camera

Shirley Temple, America’s adorable child star in the era of the Great Depression (1930s) brought life and relief to a country full of despair and empty of an economy that could put bread on the table.  Three days after Christmas of … Continue reading

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Childhood Memories; Shirley Temple Black

The name ‘Shirley Temple’ invokes for many of us the image of a small three-four-five year old girl who sang and tap-danced across the silver screen during the early 1930’s when the great depression had sapped the economic health and … Continue reading

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Phillip Hoffman’s unplanned demise

The newspapers, magazines, television and the Internet have all been filled with comments on Phillip Hoffman’s untimely demise due to drug overdosing.  How can an astrologer not be interested in looking at his chart? Upon checking with Astrodatabank, his given … Continue reading

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