Gwyneth Kate Paltrow (born September 27, 1972) is an American actress.
The daughter of Bruce Paltrow and Blythe Danner, Paltrow dropped out of her university to follow an acting career. She began her career in theatre in 1990, and made her film debut the following year. Her early films include such successes as Seven (1995), Emma (1996), in which she played the title role, and Sliding Doors (1998). Her performance in Shakespeare in Love (1998) brought her widespread recognition; she… Continue
Added by Gary Freedman on November 21, 2009 at 9:42am —
New TOWD, to be.
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Well we're not really on the road. I mean who would be on the road in this area this morning. Its Saturday about 1000 hours here in East Texas. Guess what? Its raining. Its raining and the wind is blowing. I've taken Happy (the dog) out to walk. I dried him off with a towel. But you can't really ever get a wet… Continue
Added by CWO3ROBBIE on November 21, 2009 at 9:00am —
Son of LadyStar_1stHear.mp3
the son of lady star
here we go
one more time:
if you take a look around
(take a look around) at everything
and everything seems upside down
north is south you know the rest
chaos makes a nest
in the backyard of your frontal lobe
so things are not as they should be
be that as it may
Added by Michael J Masiko on November 21, 2009 at 12:40am —
all welcome to all my friends
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all welcome to all my friends
Added by james fahey on November 20, 2009 at 5:20pm —
Today, I have mixed feelings - after tests finally confirmed that my father has a non maglignant growth on his pituitary gland – there lies a dilemma for him- the growth is big enough to exert pressure on the gland so as to affect mobility, and sight and some nerves. Due to his age, he has a choice of going ahead with an operation to remove it – but the downside of that is there may be complications that could lead to stroke or other complications and as with any surgeries, there is inherent… Continue
Added by SkyCruiser on November 20, 2009 at 4:46pm —
In America, when someone tries to discredit a political rival, they usually go after one's sexual liaisons or financial transgressions.
In Iran, one would just say that their rival is Jewish.
All liaisons (and remember, there are no homosexuals in Iran, so that eliminates that area altogether) and transgressions would pale by comparison.
So it should come to no surprise that the son of Ayatollah Khazali, rival to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has written on his blog(!)… Continue
Added by Gary Freedman on November 20, 2009 at 9:49am —
William Sebastian Cohen (born 28 August 1940) is an author and American politician from the U.S. state of Maine. A Republican, Cohen served as Secretary of Defense (1997–2001) under Democratic President Bill Clinton.
Cohen was born in Bangor, Maine. His mother, Clara, was of Protestant Irish ancestry, while his father, Reuben Cohen, was a Russian Jewish immigrant; the two owned the Bangor Rye Bread Co. Cohen attended Hebrew school as a child.
After graduating from Bangor… Continue
Added by Gary Freedman on November 19, 2009 at 10:40am —
That’s right, DISTURB. What? That isn’t clear? Well of course it isn’t, and you can’t really do much with it now can ya. No you can’t. But if you notice the status line it says DO NOT and really, I’m not even kidding. Continue
It isn’t even very clever is it, but that’s how they do. Half a line here, half a line there, and then there’s someone cutting in just to embellish…
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David William Duchovny (born August 7, 1960) is an American actor. He has won Golden Globe awards for his work as FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder on The X-Files and as Hank Moody on Californication.
Duchovny was born in New York City, New York, the son of Margaret "Meg" (née Miller), a school administrator and teacher, and Amram Ducovny (1927-2003), a writer and publicist who worked for the American Jewish Committee. David Duchovny's paternal grandparents were Russian Jews and his… Continue
Added by Gary Freedman on November 18, 2009 at 9:09am —
I can't shake the feeling that our community has lost both a valuable resource and a place of safe harbor—a place of recognition, with the disappearance of the Native American group. The community feels somehow less diverse. That's a shame. Although I didn't subscribe to every comment or post I read there, I did feel grateful to have such a place to connect with others of Native heritage and those non-Natives who were interested in the cultures of First Nations people.
I have never… Continue
Added by Vernon Windsor on November 18, 2009 at 7:30am —
What do you guys and girls want for Christmas this year?, and what do you want to give to the world, or your kids, or whoever?
I want to get myself some tennies....Sketchers has some out that are good for firming calf's and correcting posture etc. They have a sort of rounded sole with extra cushioning. Sports authority has a great coupon...Anyway...That's all I want. Then I will give to World Wildlife Fund this year. I am making a hand fringed shawl for my Dads wife, & homemade… Continue
Added by caseyjo on November 17, 2009 at 6:20pm —
Joshua David Bell (born December 9, 1967) is an American Grammy Award-winning violinist.
Bell was born in Bloomington, Indiana, United States, the son of a psychologist and a therapist. His mother is Jewish and his father a Christian. Bell's father is the late Alan P. Bell, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Indiana University, in Bloomington, a former Kinsey researcher.
Bell began taking violin lessons at the age of four after his mother discovered her son had taken rubber… Continue
Added by Gary Freedman on November 17, 2009 at 10:23am —
Remember the old game we used to play in school called telephone. It is a game used to teach children about gossip and how it can hurt people. The children all sit around in a circle and one is picked to start the ball rolling. The teacher whispers something in the child's ear, and she in turn whispers what the teacher said into the ear of the next child, and on it goes all the way around the circle. By the time it reaches the last person in the circle , that student says out loud what was said… Continue
Added by caseyjo on November 17, 2009 at 10:00am —
Weeks passed since the storm rumbled through and Ginger entered our lives soaked to the skin, wounded, and bleeding. The vet did the blood work making sure the kitten did not have feline leukemia or aids so it could stay with us and not put our other elderly kitties in jeopardy. Ginger snuggled in quite nicely in the cat carrier in my mediation room. We put a baby gat on the door so the other cats could jump in if they wanted to visit but the kitten could not get out, thus keeping it somewhat… Continue
Added by Hedgewitch on November 17, 2009 at 7:39am —
Earlier this summer, after a terrible thunderstorm ended we heard the sounds of a distressed cry. It was nearly midnight and Steve and I had not yet gone to bed as we were enjoying the cool calm the storm had brought when it left. The sounds was nearly lost in the sounds of the frogs melody down by the creek but it was there, high pitched and frantic. I heard it first and asked Steve to shush so I could be sure. Then he heard it too. It was the… Continue
Added by Hedgewitch on November 17, 2009 at 7:37am —
Mali is my ISSR Shiloh Shepherd. I came today to try once again to put into words some of what I see when I watch Mali teach. I have tried to write before about but what she does but is so subtle it is hard to define and if you are not watching her, you could miss it happening.
When we first got her Steve and I decided we wanted to make sure she had lots of confidence as she was an only pup and was going to be taking on the big… Continue
Added by Hedgewitch on November 17, 2009 at 7:33am —
This is a subject NEAR AND DEAR to the hearts of all responsible dog breeders. To begin, with breeding is not for everyone. Just because you have, a dog does Not mean it Should be bred and most should NOT be bred; especially with our GIANT breeds. (I breed giants)
There are many aspects of breeding dogs, the average person does not know. Learning takes years of studying to become a GREAT breeder and it takes a GREAT mentor to help facilitate this process. Knowing exactly what you are… Continue
Added by Hedgewitch on November 17, 2009 at 7:25am —
Every night Steve and I take Mali to the green way. The green way is a 17-mile walking park. In between the trails, we walk and the return course there is a large field and today there were tractors racking and bailing hay. Mali loves going to go to the green way. She has many friends there, who often walk with us in a pack as we travel our three-mile route. One day when Mali was 7 months old, no one from the pack was on the Green Way with us, it was just Mali, Steve, and I in my wheel chair;… Continue
Added by Hedgewitch on November 17, 2009 at 7:24am —