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@Jewel -- It sounds like Steve needed stimulation from a favorite toy to cheer him up -- You both have had a tough couple of days.

 

3 hours ago, Petunia13 said:

also why was this damn thing out at like 8am and kicking it on the ground? Then even let us close (me grab him w towel) then flew off fast AF like Dracula's nephew? 

Perhaps it flew into a window/building and was stunned from the impact.

 

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This pinhole solargraph, taken using a beer can pinhole camera over a period of eight years and one month, is thought to be the longest exposure image ever made. The photo shows the path of the Sun across the sky over that time period, almost 3000 trails in all. Regina Valkenborgh set the camera up in 2012 and then forgot about it; it was found by someone else December 2020. Said Valkenborgh of the project:

“It was a stroke of luck that the picture was left untouched, to be saved by David after all these years. I had tried this technique a couple of times at the Observatory before, but the photographs were often ruined by moisture and the photographic paper curled up. I hadn’t intended to capture an exposure for this length of time and to my surprise, it had survived. It could be one of, if not the, longest exposures in existence.”

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That's smart. You're right the bat probably flew into the window or wall. He was lying there folded up tense super still a good 20 mins and me grab him before flapping off me the flying like banshee. He was probably stunned or knocked.

a s long as the basterd doesn't have rabies or some disease. George smelled his ass 

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13 hours ago, Petunia13 said:

That's smart. You're right the bat probably flew into the window or wall. He was lying there folded up tense super still a good 20 mins and me grab him before flapping off me the flying like banshee. He was probably stunned or knocked.

a s long as the basterd doesn't have rabies or some disease. George smelled his ass 

As long as George's vaccinations are up-to-date and no skin was broken, he should be fine. But if you're concerned, it can't hurt to visit the vet.

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My bat story....have two but this is the creepiest.  Years ago at the shop (old building, built in 1870's and leaked like a sieve draft-wise in the winter) I was cleaning up in front where the hats were.  Had this really cool old wood slat Shaker-like baby bassinet/carrier (no legs) that I kept hats in.  Went to pick up the basket (which I hadn't moved in over a year) and there was a bat splayed out under it!  It let out a screech/scream that still chills me to the bone when I think of it.  It was sick or stunned or something so I grabbed a hat and scooped him up, took him outside.  Put him on the ground out back and threw the hat in the dumpster.  How that thing got under the basket still mystifies me.  It was pretty heavy and had a large wood base.  Hadn't noticed any bats around either.

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I swear, if I didn't have bad luck I would have no luck at all. 

So for almost two weeks I've been obsessively checking my email/phone for news from the vet.

Yesterday I saw a missed call from a private caller and a voicemail. 

I go to check the voicemail but my phone has been acting up lately and won't dial out. It won't connect. It keeps hanging up on me. Finally, I access my VM only to hear a beep and then the old 'press 9 to save the message, press 7 to delete.' THERE WAS NO MESSAGE. 

So I delete, and finally around 8:30 PM I call my vet because I'm getting annoyed and it's been 12 days since my visit. 

Turns out they did get the cultures and he did call me and leave me a voicemail. But, as I explained to the receptionist, I didn't get any message. So the vet isn't there, the receptionist doesn't understand his findings, and the techs say it's better for him to call me. So I should hear back either today or tomorrow. 

However, I was going to go to my mom's after work tomorrow to celebrate my birthday which was last week. But now, depending on the news and if Steve needs more meds, different meds, or to continue the current meds, I might not be able to go since no one can give him said meds. 

Grrr. I hope nothing is too serious but I'm also completely frustrated. 

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Oh jewel21, that's so rough. Hang in there. Hope for the best. Take deep breaths, in through the nose, out through the mouth, 2 counts longer out than in.

Happy Birthday?

Oh yeah, BTW, mercury is retrograde. So expect delays and communication problems. Sorry.

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48 minutes ago, SweePea59 said:

Oh jewel21, that's so rough. Hang in there. Hope for the best. Take deep breaths, in through the nose, out through the mouth, 2 counts longer out than in.

Happy Birthday?

Oh yeah, BTW, mercury is retrograde. So expect delays and communication problems. Sorry.

Well that explains a lot. Why is mercury always in retrograde?

Thanks for the birthday wishes *hugs*

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6 hours ago, jewel21 said:

I swear, if I didn't have bad luck I would have no luck at all. 

 

 

Face it, kid...you were Born Under a Bad Sign (cue Albert King).

Happy Birthday!

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Best wishes, jewel!  Late, but sincere.  Fingers crossed for good news for Steve!  

 

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Loved Anthony Bourdain.  Huge fan...and a crush, too.

Miss him.       😥

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On 6/1/2021 at 3:59 PM, Petunia13 said:

That's crazy!! LOL 

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Who is George's little friend?

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23 minutes ago, peacheslatour said:

Who is George's little friend?

Eli! And they love to wrestle. He loves when George pins him or tosses him around then they roll around like those old school comics when it's just a cloud and weird symbols like a hashtag or exclamation point would be shooting out. Ans then Eli signature move is to grab one of George's arms and pretend to bite up & down it like a corn on the cob. 
 

his other good friend Macaroni moved away because that family had financial crisis from pandemic : (  he was so so sad they were crazy about each other. But then met Eli at the park and they play a lot. 

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4 minutes ago, Petunia13 said:

Eli! And they love to wrestle. He loves when George pins him or tosses him around then they roll around like those old school comics when it's just a cloud and weird symbols like a hashtag or exclamation point would be shooting out. Ans then Eli signature move is to grab one of George's arms and pretend to bite up & down it like a corn on the cob. 
 

his other good friend Macaroni moved away because that family had financial crisis from pandemic : (  he was so so sad they were crazy about each other. But then met Eli at the park and they play a lot. 

That sounds like so much fun. I miss having two cats because they would play all the time.

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Donkey on the run in same town that dealt with runaway steer

 

Today would be Prince's 63rd Birthday

Prince & The Revolution, with Sheila E -- Romance 1600, 1985 -- Oakland, California

 

 

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Clarence Williams III, ‘The Mod Squad’s’ Linc, dies at 81

Clarence Williams III, who played the cool undercover cop Linc Hayes on the counterculture series “The Mod Squad” and Prince’s father in “Purple Rain,” has died. He was 81.

Williams died Friday at his home in Los Angeles after a battle with colon cancer, his manager Allan Mindel said Sunday. Tributes came quickly on social media from both those who worked with Williams and those who admired him for his trailblazing roles and impactful performances.

“Tales from the Hood” director Rusty Cundieff tweeted that his sadness over Williams’ passing, “cannot be overstated. His artistry and sheer coolness was extraordinary. I will forever be in his debt for his brilliant performance in Tales From the Hood. Loved working with him! Blessed travels good sir!”

Lenny Kravitz wrote on Twitter, “When I was a kid growing up in NYC Clarence Williams III was a face on TV that I identified with and that inspired me. From the Mod Squad, to Purple Rain and Sugar Hill, he always performed with dynamic energy. Rest in power, king.”

Director Peyton Reed tweeted that he worked with Williams on the TV movie “The Love Bug” in 1995.

“I had grown up watching him as Linc in ‘The Mod Squad’ and thought he was the epitome of cool. Turns out he was. Rest In Peace, Clarence,” Reed wrote.

A native of New York, Williams career spanned over five decades in theater, television and film. He was born into a creative family in 1939 and raised by his musical grandparents. His grandfather was a jazz composer and pianist, his father a musician and his mother, Eva Taylor, a singer and actress. He got his acting start on Broadway after a stint as a paratrooper and received a Tony nomination for his role in William Hanley’s “Slow Dance on the Killing Ground” in 1964.

His breakout role would come with “The Mod Squad,” which he led with Peggy Lipton and Michael Cole. Bill Cosby had seen Williams perform and told Aaron Spelling he should consider him for the role of Linc. The show ran from on ABC from 1968 through 1973. A trailblazing show for attempting to portray the hippie generation of the time, “The Mod Squad” was a star-maker for all three. But roles were not quick to follow for Williams.

He appeared on Broadway opposite Maggie Smith in Tom Stoppard’s “Night and Day” in 1979 before getting cast as the troubled father in “Purple Rain,” which came out in 1984.

Director John Frankenheimer would become a frequent collaborator. They first teamed up for his adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s “52 Pick-Up” at a time when Williams was not having much luck in Hollywood and crashing on Cosby’s couch to keep a roof over his head.

“He asked me to read for the part of one of the blackmailers, but after only four lines, he told me to stop,” Williams recalled in a 1999 interview. “I thought it was all over, but he said, ‘Have your agent call me. It will be a 10-week shoot. Thank you for coming in.’ That was it.”

Williams also appeared in Frankenheimer’s “Against the Wall,” “Reindeer Games” and some episodes of “Tales from the Crypt.”

Williams could command a variety of genres, including comedy. He played a drug lord opposite Dave Chappelle in “Half Baked” and stole scenes in Keenen Ivory Wayans’ blaxploitation parody film “I’m Gonna Git You Sucka.” He also had a recurring role as the FBI agent in David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks” who tells Agent Cooper he’s been suspended.

Other film roles included “Tales from the Hood,” “Deep Cover,” “Sugar Hill, “The General’s Daughter,” Lee Daniels’ “The Butler” and an uncredited role in “American Gangster.” And he had many, many television appearances on everything from “Miami Vice” and “Hill Street Blues” to “Everybody Hates Chris” and “Justified.”

He was married to the actress Gloria Foster from 1967 to 1984.

Williams never fretted over his longtime association with “The Mod Squad,” though.

“All most people know about me is the two hours they’ve invested in a movie theater or the time spent in front of their TV,” he said in an interview in 1999. “There’s so much entertainment out there right now, it’s difficult to break through and become part of the national consciousness. It’s nice to be recognized, and I have no problem with it at all.”

-- Lindsey Bahr

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I loved him on The Mod Squad. He was the level headed one, while Peggy Lipton was the cool one and Michael Cole was the hot head. I hope in his honor Decades TV does one the their weekend long marathons. They used to have it on every night after Dark Shadows and I never missed it.

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In this photo taken June 4, 2021, and released by the Yunnan Forest Fire Brigade, a migrating herd of elephants graze near Shuanghe Township, Jinning District of Kunming city in southwestern China's Yunnan Province. Already famous at home, China's wandering elephants are now becoming international stars. Major global media, including satellite news stations, news papers and wire services are chronicling the herd's more-than year-long, 500 kilometer (300 mile) trek from their home in a wildlife reserve in mountainous southwest Yunnan province to the outskirts of the provincial capital of Kunming. (Yunnan Forest Fire Brigade via AP)

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Martha White dies, sparked ’53 Louisiana capital bus boycott

Martha White, a Black woman whose actions helped launch the 1953 bus boycotts in Louisiana’s capital city, has died. She was 99.

White died Saturday, her family and others confirmed.

White, then 23, was working as a housekeeper in the capital city of Baton Rouge in 1953 when she took action. After a long day of walking to and from work while seeking to reach her bus stop, she decided to sit in one of the only bus seats available — one designated for white passengers.

When the driver ordered her to get up, White refused and another Black woman sat beside her in solidarity. The bus driver threatened to have the women arrested. Ultimately police, the bus company manager and a civil rights activist, the Rev. T.J. Jemison, showed up. Jemison informed the driver of a recently passed ordinance to desegregate buses in the city, meaning White wasn’t violating any rules.

In response to the ordinance, bus drivers began a strike and the ordinance was later overturned. That prompted a boycott by the Black community in Baton Rouge.

Baton Rouge Mayor Sharon Weston Broome issued a statement Monday recognizing White’s contribution to the city’s civil rights movement.

“Martha White undoubtedly shaped our community in Baton Rouge, and communities across our nation,” Broome said. “We honor her legacy today and every day.”

That boycott later helped provide the framework for the famous effort sparked by Rosa Parks that led to a bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1955.

Ted Jemison, the son of the Rev. T.J. Jemison, remembered White as being outspoken and unafraid to share her opinion. He told The Advocate of a conversation he had with her years ago about that day. He recalled her telling him she just wanted to sit in that bus seat because she was tired from being on her feet constantly that day.

”‘Can you imagine working on your feet all day and just wanting to sit down?’” Jemison recalled White as saying. “She was the same way from when she was young to when she was 90 years old. She knew that what she did was for the good of everyone in Baton Rouge.”

“We really lost a true pioneer for civil rights,” said Jason Roberts, co-owner of the Baton Rouge African American Museum, speaking of White’s death, the newspaper reported.

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So I brought Steve back to the vet earlier this evening for a re-evaluation. The vet says he put on a bit of weight. he's now 79.8 grams. His stool is looking more normal but still not 100% so he has to undergo two more weeks of antibiotics (a different one this time.) But, he said after the two weeks, if all appears fine, I don't have to bring Steve back for another re-evaluation which I am happy about because I'm tired of lugging him to the vet. So fingers crossed and all that. 

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24 minutes ago, jewel21 said:

So I brought Steve back to the vet earlier this evening for a re-evaluation. The vet says he put on a bit of weight. he's now 79.8 grams. His stool is looking more normal but still not 100% so he has to undergo two more weeks of antibiotics (a different one this time.) But, he said after the two weeks, if all appears fine, I don't have to bring Steve back for another re-evaluation which I am happy about because I'm tired of lugging him to the vet. So fingers crossed and all that. 

Hopeful (((hugs))) to both you and Steve. That's actually really good news.

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1 hour ago, OhioSongbird said:

"Who's a pretty bird?" 

*spoken in my best bird voice*

My grandparents budgie could say pretty bird and wolf whistle. He used to sit on grandpa's shoulder and fish smokes out of his shirt pocket for him on command.

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2021 Pulitzer Prizes

 

Seratones - Power

 

The Searchers - See See Rider

 

 Lorde - Solar Power

 

The Blue Stones - Rolling With the Punches

 

Bootsy Collins - Save What's Mine For Me / I'd Rather Be With You

 

Charles Bradley - Love Bug Blues

 

Taj Mahal - Honky Tonk Women

 

Dog ejected from vehicle in Idaho crash found herding sheep

 

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Verb, a border collie, competes during the finals of the agility competition at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show in Tarrytown, N.Y., Friday, June 11, 2021. Verb has zoomed and not the virtual way to a second-time win in the Westminster Kennel Club dog show's agility contest. Verb and handler Perry DeWitt of Wyncote, Pennsylvania, also won the title in 2019. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Border collie Verb wins agility title at unique Westminster

 

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Amy Winehouse - Teach Me Tonight

 

Staple Singers - Let's Do It Again

 

Soundgarden - Spoonman

 

WHFS-FM 'Sailing Shoes' by Lowell George & Linda Ronstadt

 

Peter Broderick - Clint Mansell Final Movement

 

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Elaine Watson, left, Sophia Niblock and Cheyenne Valentine dance at Lee’s Summit High School’s prom. (Courtesy Jessica Brown)

Experience Prom in the Time of Covid-19

 

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Living in Seattle, I got to see the real Spoonman. He used to hang out down by the Pike Place Market.

 

/Cool story sis

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Today is Record Store Day

Of all the aspects of a return to normalcy Americans missed throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, physical touch has been a common theme. The touch associated with browsing at a record store is no exception. Clicking a download button can't match the feeling of walking into a shop with other music fans, flipping through album covers and holding a new disc.

Vinyl may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about the impacts of the pandemic, but for some business owners, it's everything. This Saturday, the first of two Record Store Days (the other is July 17) being held this year, offers a sign of hope for independent businesses trying to recover from some of the darkest days they have seen.

Despite many record stores having to shut down in 2020, last year was the largest year for vinyl album sales in the past three decades, according to MRC Data, which has been electronically tracking sales since 1991.

Vinyl sales grew by 46% to 27.5 million copies sold in 2020, MRC Data told CNN. That's despite an overall decline in album sales, which includes digital and CDs, compared to numbers from 2019.

Last year, vinyl sales outpaced CD sales for the first time since the 1980s.

Listen to the difference.

Exquisite pressing by Analog Productions.

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God you guys, remember how scared we all were last year at this time? A vaccine seemed like a distant dream. We stopped seeing our friends, family and co workers. We didn't know if we were still going to have jobs,consumer goods were still iffy and we were wondering what the coldness and darkness of winter would bring. My husband's train store had been closed for three months by this time. Thank whatever gods may be that the owner is a billionaire who paid everyone a full salary the whole time. Many, if not most people weren't that lucky.  Contactless curbside delivery and internet only orders became a way of life. And then summer came. The protests tore cities apart. We didn't know if we'd see ever justice for George Floyd. 

But we were still here for each other and we still are here. Thank you. I love you all.

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18 minutes ago, OhioSongbird said:

Amen Sister!

Back at ya and ya'll.  It's like having lunch with your friends.

And bonus: no frienenemies to made snide remarks about your food choices!

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6 hours ago, jewel21 said:

Someone is happy today.

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Thanx for sharing this picture. I'm glad to hear he's doing better.

 

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The antenna of an Argos satellite tag extends past the tail feathers of a female American robin as she feeds a worm to her hungry nestlings on a front porch in Cheverly, Md., Sunday, May 9, 2021. A new antenna on the International Space Station and receptors on the Argos satellite, combined with the shrinking size of tracking chips and batteries, are allowing scientists to remotely monitor small animal and songbird movements in much greater detail than ever before. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Scientists hail golden age to trace bird migration with tech

 

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St. Vincent - Pay Your Way In Pain

 

Maluma - Agua de Jamaica

 

Madlib - Dirtknock

 

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28 minutes ago, OhioSongbird said:

I absolutely adore Lin-Manuel Miranda.

You've gotta' see "In the Heights" in the movie theater. The best movie musical in years!

 

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I love Pekingese dogs. There used to be a woman who lived in the condos in back of us who had a white one. Every morning before she went to work she'd let her out and the dog would come straight to our house. The first time we ended up taking her to our vet because we didn't know who she belonged to and he found the owner. She still came to our door every morning, usually soaking wet. We always let her in. The owner called her Sniffles which I thought was undignified so I called her Lily. She was sooo cute! She would try to get up on the sofa, she couldn't but she'd make these adorable little grunting sounds while she was trying.

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