It ended with Kevin Durant scoring 30points, draining three pointers and performing his version of the long jump on a breakaway dunk. It ended with DeAndre Jordan dancing so much you figured that if there were an Olympic event for bench celebration, he would have more medals than Michael Phelps. It ended with Carmelo Anthony, the four time Olympian, becoming Team USA’s career leader in scoring, rebounding and games played.
So many people underestimate the role fabric plays in their lives. Sure, we all put on clothes every day, many of us without a second thought. But have you ever stopped to think how many important moments and everyday experiences in your life are associated with some form of fabric? From your childhood blanket to your wedding dress, and your favorite worn out jeans, fabric plays a major role not only in how we live but also how we feel.
“I don’t know, man. We have to see,” said Damion James, who was part of Durant’s college recruiting class at Texas and added that Durant’s foot is “great” after recently training with him. “He has a great team out there in Oklahoma City with Russell and those guys.
The gangster as bad boy: The Public Enemy (1931)As Tom Powers, a juvenile delinquent who grows up to become a trigger happy Chicago bootlegger, James Cagney is bad. He spits beer in a barkeep’s face, he shoves a grapefruit in his girlfriend’s kisser and he literally kicks a man when he’s down. But the ladies love him from his platinum blond moll (Jean Harlow) to his sweet old ma (Beryl Mercer).
As a frazzled matron with a surprisingly salacious past, the scraggly wigged Armisen reminds me of some of Mark McKinney’s dowager kooks on Kids In The Hall. And while Brownstein’s portrayal is more understated, I think her quietly nutty New Ager is an even sharper character I get the sense her overly PC anxiety and sporadic fits of crazy talk (“If the chard in my garden were singing, that is the song that my chard would sing to me”) are drawn from her experience playing to sanctimonious flakes at womyn’s music festivals.FILM REVIEW: Titanic 3D minute by minuteJames Cameron’s Titanic was always a marathon at three hours and counting. As it returns in 3D, Eli Glasner examines the experience minute by minute and discovers Cline Dion’s ubiquitous soundtrack, and James Cameron’s risible dialogue, have not improved with age.
The LiveScribe Echo SmartPen is an update to the LiveScribe Pulse SmartPen. Both SmartPens are similar in the way they work. Each one writes just like any other ink pen. The Greeks thought the gods lived high above Mount Olympus, in a palace in the clouds. From here, they kept an eye on life below. From time to time, they would interfere in what was going on.