Sunset at Starnes Island
When Brush Becomes Canvas
This Bachelor guy breaks off his marriage with his fiance for another girl, then follows her around the house for like an hour.
Time to leave, buddy. She/I can't take any more of this.
Harvey Schmidt, of Tom and Harvey, has died - NY Times
My uncle, Tom Harvey, is a well known playwright, who with his writing partner, Harvey Schmidt, wrote many plays, including the beloved The Fantasticks.
There is a set of notepad paintings my parents have always had in their house by Harvey. It is basically a set of 6 small pieces of notepad paper, each with a different colored star, drawn in pencil and filled in with watercolor.
My late aunt, Tom's wife, gave them to my parents as a wedding gift while Tom and Harvey were working on The Fantasticks.
The colors for the stars were based on a scheme he was working on for the play.
I've always loved those notepad stars. They just have some kind of unexplainable magic.
Russell Brand & Jordan Peterson - Kindness VS Power | Under The Skin #46
Recently making the headlines after a combative interview about the gender pay gap with Channel 4’s Cathy Newman, my guest today is Jordan Peterson, who discusses with me some of his 12 Rules for Life.
“In the business world, the rearview mirror is always clearer than the windshield.” ~Warren Buffett~
Litecoin Cash (LCC) is, so far, a huge success
Pretty neat story with LCC. Forked from Litecoin (which really annoyed Litecoin creator Charlie Lee...so much drama in the LTC), Litecoin Cash is moving up the charts, now at over $7 per.
I had a hunch it was a decent opportunity, so I bought a handful of Litecoin, since the Litecoin Cash team promised 10 free LCC for every LTC I had.
Now I have a bunch of both coins, so hopefully the LitePay release will be successful and take the LTC value up a notch, as well.
Here's a link to LitePay, in case you want to see if it's worth buying into Litecoin right now.
Cobras & Panthers - Classic SNL Skit
Norm MacDonald and Robert Downy Jr... fail impossible.
30 Rates - Bitcoin Price - Prediction vs. Reality
As everyone who is following or has invested in Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency in the world knows, the market has made a massive correction from its manic price explosion of late 2017. Fueled by the general population becoming aware of, and being able to more easily acquire Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, etc., market caps grew exponentially to staggering highs, then stalling and dropping steadily right back to where the bullish rally began around early December. As investors reached those peaks, some couldn't help cashing in, relying on their intuition, which continues to speak to the fact that the only reason they are in the game is to profit from the excitement of this budding technology. Blah, blah, blah...
There's a site I recently stumbled upon called 30 Rates - The Economy Forecast Agency, who post dated predictions of cryptocurrency just a little over a month into the future. I haven't looked into how these predictions are made, so feel free to investigate yourself, but I'm going to track the actual price per day compared to their prediction based on their table posted today, Wednesday February 7th, 2018. Their predictions are on rolling updates, but I'm going to lock their current predictions into this