‘Shallow’ …. “🎼🎼 Brian Justin Crum …. Best Male Version 🎼🎼 …. “!!


~~March 16, 2019~~


Brian Justin Crum (born May 28, 1988) is an American singer and stage actor from San Diego, California.

In 2016, he competed on the eleventh season of the NBC TV competition show America’s Got Talent, taking fourth place.

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~~Published on Jan 5, 2019~~
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“Painting” Chicago Green For St. Patricks Day! Here’s How They “Dye” The River To Celebrate The Irish In Us All!


On a preview, before the day … ‘Happy St. Patrick’s Day to everyone!’

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Time To Paint Chicago Green!

It’s a St. Patrick’s Day tradition: the city of Chicago dyes their river green, as thousands of fans arrive to celebrate the big day Sunday!

Yes, you will see lots of green apparel as well as beverages as the town goes wild for the Irish!

The city of Chicago began the “painting” of the river green in 1962.

As wikipedia reports, the inspiration for the stunt came from pollution-control workers, who used various chemical dyes to trace illegal sewage discharges. Yep, they got the idea while looking for “sewage discharge!”

That first year, the city dumped 100 pounds of dye into the river, which left it green for an entire week!

Officials say they now se less than 25 pounds of dye, and it’s vegetable-based, so safe to everything in the water!

Here is a look at how they “paint” the river:

After the spray…

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Apologies And Thoughts …


This always does it for me …. Martin Niemöller … “First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out – because I was not a socialist. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out – because I was not a trade unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out – because I was not a Jew.. Then they came for me – and there was no one left to speak for me.”

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My apologies, but there can be no Saturday Surprise today.  In light of the terrible Ethiopian Airlines crash on Sunday, then the tragic mass shootings at two mosques in New Zealand by a white supremacist on Friday, I simply could not get into ‘fun’ mode and felt that perhaps it would be inappropriate anyway.  Saturday Surprise will, hopefully, return next Saturday.

I am deeply disturbed and saddened by both of the aforementioned events.  Each took the lives of innocent people, and each was preventable.  And, while the causes of the two may seem to be completely different, they really aren’t all that different.  They both track back to arrogance and a sense of entitlement.  Today I would like to share a few of my own thoughts about the two aforementioned events with you.

First, the crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight 302.  I’ve already written about this at some length and…

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I Stand With New Zealand, and I Stand Against Bigotry Anywhere


Silence is complicity … ‘Political figures who stoke the fires of bigotry for their own purposes must bear some of the responsibility for these terrible actions, but we, the people of the world, must stand up to right-wing extremism and bigotry always.
I grieve for the pain of the people who suffer from this attack, and I stand against any who would support bigotry and fascism.
We have reached a point in the world when all must speak out.’

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Once again, the world witnesses the horror of an evil person committing mass murder, this time against innocent worshipers in a mosque in New Zealand. It is an unthinkable horror, with at least 49 dead and many more wounded.

The person who perpetrated this evil was a white supremacist who saw immigration as an evil that somehow threatened white people.

The true evil of hatred and bigotry is growing in our world. Unfortunately, the fascism that seemed to have been defeated in World War Two is active and, once again, emerging. It must be opposed by reasonable people everywhere.

Political figures who stoke the fires of bigotry for their own purposes must bear some of the responsibility for these terrible actions, but we, the people of the world, must stand up to right-wing extremism and bigotry always.

I grieve for the pain of the people who suffer from this…

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Saturday Morning


The power of words!! … Marcel Proust, Remembrance of Things Past …

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A little tap at the window, as though some missile had struck it, followed by a plentiful, falling sound, as light, though, as if a shower of sand were being sprinkled from a window overhead; then the fall spread, took on an order, a rhythm, became liquid, loud, drumming, musical, innumerable, universal. It was the rain.

Marcel Proust, Remembrance of Things Past


Photo: David Salter with rain

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