Stephen Stills

OK, these two guys have had a love-hate musical relationship since the 1960’s and they continue to work together. Who’s the better guitar player? Who has the better catalogue of songs? If both of them died tomorrow, which leaves the stronger musical legacy. And so today I found out that… Better guitar player is kind of subjective. Personally,I like Neil Young. From Buffalo Springfield to Crazy Horse to his solo stuff,he has the better body of work,also. Stephen Stills has had most of his success with CS & N(and sometimes Y). But consider too that Stephen Stills has worked with Jimi Hendrix and Hendrix played with any pretty awesome players. Neil Young leaves a stronger legacy based on his solo success and his work with Springfield and CSN & Y. Stephen Stills has had somewhat of a minor solo career and I think that is where the comparison ends. Neil Young is the answer to all your questions

I might be wrong, but I think this was recorded for Beat-Club (not for the often misquoted MusikLaden, which replaced Beat-Club on December 13, 1972). The sh. . .


Henri Cartier-bresson

What are some tips on things to look out for? I looked up a bunch of the pictures he shot online, and it’s kind of difficult for me to nail down one major theme to look for when I’m shooting my project. Thanks I’m shooting it digitally, in color, then manipulating it later with Photoshop, if that helps at all. Essentially — If you follow Henri Cartier-Bresson’s philosophy, you should be successful I will however take some time being patient, waiting for the next opportunity to follow his style comes along. “For me the camera is a sketch book, an instrument of intuition and spontaneity, the master of the instant which, in visual terms, questions and decides simultaneously. In order to “give a meaning” to the world, one has to feel involved in what one frames through the viewfinder. This attitude requires concentration, discipline of mind, sensitivity, and a sense of geometry. It is by economy of means that one arrives at simplicity of expression. To take a photograph is to hold one’s breath when all faculties converge in a face of fleeing reality. It is at that moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy. To take a photograph means to recognize – simultaneously and in a fraction of a second– both the fact itself and the rigorous organisation of visually perceived forms that give it meaning. It is putting one’s head, one’s eye, and one’s heart on the same axis” —– Henri Cartier-Bresson I mostly takes many years before one can put “one’s head, one’s eye, and one’s heart on the same axis” To do this your photographic technique, compositional eye and heart must already be refined and well tuned. Was there an alternative photographer whose work you could emulate? One that might be easier for you to emulate, based upon your level of photographic skills?

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Joe Louis

Watching Miguel Cotto’s long awkward stalking steps brings me back to the reality of the real stalker – Joe Louis. The ‘Brown Bomber’ would cut off the ring – one baby step at a time until you realized that you were trapped and tried to exchange combinations with him, and then. . . The nurse tells you how brave you were. There is nothing I would never love to see than to watch Louis stalk Ali down like that (because Ali wasn’t a punk and would make the mistake of trading with Louis at some point – Ali’s ego gets him beat this time.). From what I can tell… Joe Louis was one of the best, and has the added distinction of winning the single biggest fight in the history of boxing. With Germany on the bring of plunging the world into the worst conflict in the history of warfare, Joe single handily challenged Hitler’s claims of Aryan supremacy. The second Louis/Schmeling fight was the single biggest political propaganda tool in the history of politics and Louis’s 1st round KO of the German was unmatched in significance before or since. An 11 year run as champion with 25 successful title defenses pretty much elevates Louis into the top three or four heavyweights of all time. The fact that Joe and the blogbaba share the same home town doesn’t hurt either. The argument between Louis fans and Ali fans as to who would have won between the two will never fade in intensity, and that is how it should be. Both dominated their respective era’s, and both impacted politically on their times. Along with Jack Johnson, the three are universally reconizied as the top three heavyweights of all time. The order in which they are ranked will never be completely agreed upon without argument. How great was Joe Louis?. . In 2003 ring magazine named him the greatest puncher of all time. As greatness goes, Joe Louis defined it.

Very nice Documentary about the Brown Bomber___________________________________________________________________________________________Tags: joe louis for al. . .


Usain Bolt

Is his current 100m record 9. 58 or 9. 49? Also does he run 400m also?Does he have a record in 400m also? Tell me all the cool facts you know about him. I was so happy to find this — Usain Bolt best times are 100 meters 9. 58 seconds ( world record ) 150 meters 14. 35 seconds ( world best ) 200 meters 19. 19 seconds ( world record ) 300 meters 30. 97 seconds this is . 12 seconds behind the world best by Michael Johnson . 400 meters 45. 28 seconds this is 2. 1 seconds behind the world record held by Michael Johnson. Bolt’s time in the 150 meters is listed as a world best instead of a world record since the IAAF does not recognize distances like 150 and 300 meters for world record keeping purposes. Also an interesting tid bit when Usain Bolt ran his 150 meter time he ran the last 100 meters in 8. 70 seconds the fastest anyone has ever covered that distance.

2009, Berlin, Germany, IAAF World Championship Track and Field, Tyson Gay finally challenged Usain Bolt in the 100m and took s. . .


Chris Schenkel

Was a part of the widde world of sports program which originally used athletes from all branches of professional sports. But than as I remember they got into a bit of trouble with the professional sports agencies so they starting using actors and actresses from prhyme time television shows. Hosted by howard cosell and chris schenkel. Do you think they have any vids of this program on you tube or some other site? It had athletes, television stars competing in varous forms of sports including an obstacle course. Today I found out that… Battle of the Network Stars


John Cusack

. Do you know what I found? Smart, handsome actor John Paul Cusack (born June 28, 1966) is an American film actor and screenwriter. He won the 1990 Most Promising Actor CFCA Award for Say Anything. . , the 1998 Favorite Supporting Actor Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Con Air, and the 2000 Commitment to Chicago Award. [1] Early life Cusack was born in Evanston, Illinois, to an Irish American Catholic family. [2][3] His father, Dick Cusack (1925–2003), and siblings Ann, Joan, Bill, and Susie are also actors; his father was also a documentary filmmaker,[4] owned a film production company,[5] and was a friend of activist Philip Berrigan. [6] Cusack’s mother, Nancy, is a former mathematics teacher and political activist. Cusack spent a year at New York University before dropping out, saying that he had “too much fire in his belly”. [7] [edit] Career Cusack gained fame in the mid-1980s after appearing in teen movies such as Better Off Dead, The Sure Thing, One Crazy Summer, and Sixteen Candles. Cusack made a cameo in the 1988 music video for “Trip At The Brain” by Suicidal Tendencies. His biggest success in that genre is arguably his starring role as Lloyd Dobler in Cameron Crowe’s Say Anything. His roles broadened in the late 1980s and early 1990s with more serious-minded fare such as the political satire True Colors and the film noir thriller The Grifters. Cusack became a proven box office success with his roles in the dark comedy Grosse Pointe Blank and the Jerry Bruckheimer blockbuster Con Air. In the years since, his range of films has diversified, appearing in roles such as an obsessive puppeteer in Being John Malkovich, a lovelorn record store owner in High Fidelity, and a Jewish art dealer mentoring a young Adolf Hitler in Max. He starred in the horror film 1408, based on Stephen King’s short story of the same name. He next appeared as a widowed father in the Iraq War-themed drama Grace is Gone and as assassin Brand Hauser in the dark political satire, War, Inc. , along with Hilary Duff and Marisa Tomei. His sister Joan Cusack and close friend Jeremy Piven have appeared in many of his films. The siblings appeared as two geeks in Sixteen Candles: John as one of Farmer Ted’s posse, and Joan as the geek with the neck brace. They also appeared together in High Fidelity, Grosse Pointe Blank, Cradle Will Rock, Martian Child, Say Anything, and War, Inc. Piven and Cusack played opposite one another in One Crazy Summer, Serendipity, Say Anything, and Grosse Pointe Blank. Cusack also had a brief cameo, seen from behind but speaking a line of dialogue, in Broadcast News, in which Joan also appeared. Piven also had roles in Say Anything, The Grifters, Runaway Jury[8] and Grosse Pointe Blank. Cusack was next seen in Roland Emmerich’s disaster film, 2012, which was released in theaters November 13, 2009; he played Jackson Curtis, a book writer and limo driver, with his Identity and Martian Child co-star Amanda Peet.

PG13 DVD. I have another 80’s Comedy Channel on Here (This is 1 of the best 80’s RomComs) A . . .