I was in a store today, stopped to get some gas and I was thinking about grabbing a candy bar and a cup of coffee to get my day started. At any rate they had a display there by the coffee machine and they were selling some diet supplements. It reminded me that I needed to lay off the candy bars and other snacks, but I had no clue if it was any good. There were three types, one said mighty raspberry ketone, another said green coffee and there was a third one with some really weird name. I can not recall how to spell it and I do not feel like going through the effort of trying it. At any rate I was hoping to figure out if the stuff actually worked and tried to google them all on my phone, as I was not in a great hurry.
I was looking at it and this girl started asking me questions. I was trying to figure out a way to get her phone number out of this and of course I asked her why should need to lose weight. I was definitely on the prowl, but she did not have any need of this stuff. For a little while I was thinking maybe I was going to get her number, then I realized her boyfriend was giving me the stare of death from over the top of one of the displays. I smiled at him and he looked as though he was going to have an embolism or something. Of course the girl was a bit embarrassed, but I was not going to act like I was not doing what I was trying to do. It would have been a stupid thing to get in a fight over, but I've been there before.Click On This Link
I wanted to spend some time cooking in my new kitchen that was freshly designed. My husband was good enough to me to give me a new kitchen so I thought that I would cook him a new meal. I went to get xanax at the pharmacy and while I was there I saw that there was one of those set of knives that was going to be shown on TV only but now they were being sold in the stores. I was going to get a set of them as I thought that it would be nice to have a new set so that I could actually use them to cut my vegetables at home but then I thought that the knife set that I had at home was only a few years old and that they should still be sharp. I stopped to get some of the vegetables for the soup that I was cooking and on my way home is where I went.
I went to the kitchen and started to wash all of the vegetables. I dried them as I did not want them to get a slimy coating on them as I was cutting them so that they would make the knife slip and I knew that would be a good way to cut myself, as I had done that before. I could not believe how many people were talking to me about the dullness of my knives at Christmas a few weeks prior as they were trying to cut into their meat, I thought that the meat was just rough. Sure enough, I was using a dull knife and I went to go cut into one of my very hard pieces of food and the knife when flying to my thumb and I almost cut it off.Click On This Link
Event on 2013-12-31 19:30:00
Produced by Arizona Theatre Company
Dec 31, 13 - Jan 19, 14
It's hilarity on wheels in this hit, award-winning musical comedy for anyone who has ever wanted to feel inspired. In this smash Broadway hit, Kira, a beautiful, magical Greek muse, is sent on a quest from the heavens to inspire a young artist to achieve his greatest dream – to build the first roller disco. (Hey...It's 1980!)
A delightful musical spoof of the classic Olivia Newton-John/Gene Kelly film, this hilarious roller-skating, disco-dancing adventure weaves a tale of endless fun perfect for the whole family. Featuring popular '80s songs like "Magic," "All Over The World," "Suddenly," "I'm Alive," "Evil Woman," and "Xanadu."
For tickets or more information, visit www.arizonatheatre.org
Tuesday, December 31, 7:30pm
Thursday, January 2, 7:30pm
Friday, January 3, 8pm
Saturday, January 4, 8pm
Sunday, January 5, 1pm
Sunday, January 5, 7pm
Thursday, January 9, 2pm
Thursday, January 9, 7:30pm
Friday, January 10, 8pm
Saturday, January 11, 2pm
Saturday, January 11, 8pm
Sunday, January 12, 1pm
Sunday, January 12, 7pm
Wednesday, January 15, 7:30pm
Thursday, January 16, 7:30pm
Friday, January 17, 8pm
Saturday, January 18, 4pm
Saturday, January 18, 8pm
Sunday, January 19, 1pm
- Baby Wants Candy Event on 2014-01-03 22:30:00 BABY WANTS CANDY kicks off its fifth year at Chicago’s Apollo Theater The completely improvised hit production features performances every Friday night at 10:30 p.m. “IT’S PRETTY DAMN BRILLIANT, IT’S PRETTY DAMN HILARIOUS, AND IT WAS MADE UP ON THE SPOT!” - The Huffington Post “BEST COMEDY!” – TimeOut New York “The Antidote to What Ails Broadway is Baby Wants Candy!”- Out Magazine “THEY ARE AN ENTERTAINMENT PHENOMENON AND I AM IN AWE OF THEIR TALENT!” - The Scotsman “DON’T MISS! BABY WANTS CANDY IS ONE OF THOSE SHOWS ALL AUDIENCES ASPIRE TO SEE MORE THAN ONCE!” - TimeOut Chicago “CONSISTENTLY FUNNY AND CROWD PLEASING” – Chicago Sun-Times “HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!” - The Onion “This absolutely mind-boggling improvised musical is a game changer”- LA ist Chicago, Ill.--BABY WANTS CANDY, the hilarious improvised musical comedy, kicks off its fifth year this month at Chicago’s Apollo Theatre, 2540 North Lincoln Avenue. The smash hit production is currently in an open run. BABY WANTS CANDY has performed over 1,700 completely improvised musicals to thousands of fans from New York to Singapore to Scotland. The production has just returned from a smash hit engagement at the Assembly at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and is also currently running in New York City and Los Angeles. A cutting edge theatrical experience, BABY WANTS CANDY features a revolving cast of A-list comedians and performers and a full band. BABY WANTS CANDY begins with the cast asking the audience for a suggestion of a musical that has never been performed before. Accompanied by a full band, the first title that the group hears becomes the title and theme for that evening’s 60 minute show. It’s a roller coaster ride of spontaneously choreographed dance numbers, rhyming verses, and witty jaw-dropping comedy. Each performance is its own opening and closing night, and by design every show is completely unique and a once–in-a-lifetime premiere. BABY WANTS CANDY has received rave reviews in The Huffington Post, The Onion, the Chicago Sun-Times, TimeOut New York and more. BABY WANTS CANDY has received numerous awards and was the Winner of FringeNYC 2009’s Outstanding Unique Theatrical Performance, FringeNYC 2009’s Outstanding Unique Theatrical Performance, the Best Improv Ensemble by Chicago Magazine, the Best Visiting Comedy Ensemble by TimeOut New York, the recipient of the Ensemble of the Year Award at the Chicago Improv Festival and the Eugene O'Neill Festival Opening Ceremonies. BABY WANTS CANDY features an all-star cast in Chicago including Joey Bland, Christy Bonstell, Ross Bryant, Erica Elam, Amanda Davis, Brendan Dowling, John Hartman, Beth Melewski, Nick Semar, Tim Sniffen, Sam Super, and Chris Witaski. The production’s band includes Richie Betts (Drums), Chris Ditton (Bass), Kevin Florian (Guitar), Joe Kelly (Trumpet), Douglas Levin (Drums), and Ben McFadden (Piano.) BABY WANTS CANDY has featured several notable performers including Rachel Dratch and Seth Meyers of Saturday Night Live; Stephnie Weir of MadTV; Nicole Parker of MadTV and Elphaba in WICKED on Broadway; Jack McBrayer of 30 Rock; Al Samuels and Kevin Fleming of Sports Action Team; Beth Melewski , the host Chicago Cash Cab; Garry W. Tallent of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band; Mark Pender of The Max Weinberg 7 and Bruce Springsteen and the Seeger Sessions Band; and Johnny Pisano of the Jesse Malin Band and The Marky Ramone Band. The regular schedule for BABY WANTS CANDY is Fridays at 10:30 p.m. on the Mainstage at the Apollo Theater, 2540 North Lincoln Avenue in Chicago. Tickets are . Student discounts are available with a valid student ID the day of the show only. For tickets, call the Apollo Theater box office at (773) 935-6100, Ticketmaster at (312) 559-1212 or visit www.ticketmaster.com. For more information, visit www.BabyWantsCandy.com or www.Twitter.com/BabyWantsCandy. ### at Apollo Theater Chicago 2540 N. Lincoln Chicago, United States
- University of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves vs. Minnesota State University, Mankato Mavericks Mens Hockey Event on 2014-01-10 19:07:00 at George M Sullivan Sports Arena 1600 Gambell Street Anchorage, United States
It has only been a few weeks since I moved into the duo residences, but I feel it is safe to say that I am absolutely loving my time here. I didn't expect to fall in love with a city but I have completely given my heart over to Singapore! It was just a few short weeks ago that I decided to do something completely different with my life. I sold my house. I quit my job. I bought a plane ticket and a condo in Singapore; drastic measures to change my life, but measures that had to be taken if I really wanted to create change. I have never been an individual who tries to do things simply. I knew that doing this was going to be challenging but the more difficult that I make things for myself, the more I will adapt and overcome these challenges. That is the only way to truly ensure that I am doing my best.
I have always been told that I make things difficult for myself but I have always managed to overcome these challenges. It might be an intuitive action; how else do we know our limitations if we are not challenged? How do we not learn new things if we're faced with challenges? Coming to Singapore was a true challenge; with no friends or family in the area, I had to make my own way into this place. Finding work, thankfully, was easy enough. Access to the Internet can provide for nearly anything you might want for, when it comes to financial need. As a writer, I can find work without even trying; it might not always pay the most but I can edit transcripts, e-books or even write articles for search engine optimization utilities. There are many options for a writer on the web.