Billy Goat

10 Dec 18
leialoha.blog

In the 1960’s the activist stage was just beginning, the native Hawaiians realize that they have a voice in changing Hawaii. No one ever knew that these people will become famous as activists from Hawaii. Through many researches and sleepless nights, the information that has been gathered talk about different places and what makes them […]

10 Dec 18
In My Room

Another Fair and Balanced(TM) Review, brought to you by no sponsors.

10 Dec 18
metatrash

Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of going to a goat sanctuary with a friend. This was one of the happiest moments of my life.  Honestly, a goat’s got it all. Rectangular pupils, an affinity for smiling people, and the ability to walk and jump all over everybody else. And though I might have […]

09 Dec 18
The sounds of summit

Math: Read How Big is a Foot: Myller. Did our math meeting, reviewed math fact cards.  Our concept was measuring with a ruler, inches and feet.  We did a measuring page in our notebook and also practiced measuring a classmate against the wall.  We did our addition review game for the last ten minutes. FLL: Read Lighthouse Christmas: Buzzeo and […]

09 Dec 18
Interior Dasein

It was 8AD when you decided I was a bad man, when the love you said you felt no longer rose from your pores to meet my steam. It was 8AD then, when they ferried me on your behalf to the tail end of our Empire’s lobster-shaped cartography. It was 8AD when I fell from […]

09 Dec 18
Health and Fitness

Waking up at 5 am isn’t a joy, but when you’re leaving to go on vacation with all of your friends, nothing is more exciting! On April 28, 2018, our eighth-grade class was eager to get on the plane to visit Chicago, Illinois. We all met at the airport early that morning. After months of […]

09 Dec 18
Chris.brown Travel blog

Porto is special in so many creative ways that your senses will be forever challenged and boundaries that once held firm will forever be broken to accommodate this amazing city full of history,colour,smells,and many more hidden treasures.Your colour palette becomes confused as theres nothing normal when colour is applied to the many exterior walls that […]

09 Dec 18
The Odd Cat Lady

I found this journal among some things in granddad’s attic. As far as I can tell it belonged to some old relative of ours but I’m not sure what I make of it? Maybe one of you guys can give me some help here. Maybe this is some sort of fiction the guy wrote while […]

09 Dec 18
JABBA THE AGNIVORE

Sorry I’ve not been on here for a while but, as Phil Mac Giolla Bhain puts it, I’ve been ‘down the word mines’. That makes it sound s if I’ve been doing real work! In reality, I’ve been trying to get my book about The Peeppul finished before Christmas. The perfect Christmas gift – assuming […]

09 Dec 18
kgbethlehem

Good day everyone,   On November 25, 2018, I did a brief trek at Cedarville State Forest Park located in Brandywine, Maryland.  If you recall from some of my past ‘On Locations” I hiked several parks that are located in that area.  Rosaryville comes to mind and the other one escapes me at this time, […]

08 Dec 18
Old Buzzard

With feelings of warmth and Christmas bonhomie, as I gather my thoughts at the close of the year, one memory dominates, of a story not yet told in full. A story so poignant and fraught with emotion that it has taken until now, with the healing effect of time, for adequate narrative to unfold in […]

08 Dec 18
Rolling Stone
This week, three major 2019 releases gave us a taste of what’s to come: We finally got a look at the last Avengers movie (or at least the last one with the original line-up); another MCU property dropped a longer, juicier trailer; and HBO’s monster-hit showed us a chilly version of the coming winter in Westeros. Also, because man can’t live on cinematic and premium-cable cheeseburgers alone, there we were gifted with a look at next year’s big Shakespeare bio-drama from Kenneth Brannagh and a Netflix doc on social-media celebrity. Voila! Your best-trailers-of-the-week round-up. All Is True “Mr. Shakespeare, I don’t want to pester you …” Kenneth Brannagh goes once more unto the breach with the Bard, only this time the actor-director is forgoing adapting one of Billy Shakes’ works for a biopic on the great writer. (For once, the play’s not the thing!) Brannagh himself plays the author of every iambic-pentametric work you had to read in high school, as he edges toward retirement. Only “there’s one story he has left to tell …. [dramatic pause] His own.” Judi Dench plays Anne Hathaway (no, not that one); Sir Ian McKellen is Shakespeare’s patron, Henry Wriothesley. It hits theaters in 2019. American Meme Everyone knows social media is horrible (or at least that’s what we’ve read them post on Instagram). This documentary takes a look at the online do-it-for-the-lulz culture that’s given us digital influencers like Paris Hilton and Josh “The Fat Jew” Ostrovsky, as well as folks who’ve courted celebrity one nude selife and/or viral pepper-eating video at a time. Appropriately enough, the trailer is one long series of flash-cuts, which mirrors the world the doc is depicting to a T(witter). It’s streaming now on Netflix. Don’t forget to give it some likes if you dig it. Avengers: Endgame It opens on a broken, bashed up Iron Man helmet, with Robert Downey Jr. conversing with it like it’s Yorrick’s skull while floating in space — and things only get bleaker from there. The very first look we get regarding the very last Avengers movie paints a pretty dark picture, as the remaining superheroes assemble to fight the all-but-unstoppable Thanos. The purple villain does not really appear in this trailer, except for a brief shot of hand. But Hawkeye does (brooding in the rain!). So does Bruce Banner (in non-Hulk mode!), Black Widow (looking somber!), Captain America (same!), Thor (him too!),  and Scott Lang, a.k.a. Ant-Man (God bless you, Paul Rudd). “Part of the journey is the end,” sayeth Tony Stark. But does anything ever really end when there’s this much franchise loot at stake? It opens April 26th. This won’t be the last you’ll hear of this movie, we think. Captain Marvel Really, who doesn’t want to watch Brie Larson, all tricked out in a lovely “noble warrior hero” uniform, deck an old lady on a bus? As the second trailer for this upcoming MCU entry quickly explains, it’s not really an old lady but a Skrull, a shape-shifting alien race who have been involved in a centuries-long war with the Kree, another alien race, and Larson’s Carol Danvers is a human pilot but also she’s bleeding blue from her nose, and it seems Annette Bening rescued her, plus Samuel L. Jackson is trying to get the lowdown on what’s going on, did we mention Jude Law shows up too, and … and … [collapses from exhaustion]. Larson could not be more charismatic, and the action scenes suggest directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (the same duo behind Half Nelson) are aiming for pure mondo cosmic spectacle. If nothing else, this will be a fine time killer for fans until Avengers: They Weren’t All Dead After All! — our bad, Endgame — hits theaters later in the spring. March 8th, 2019. You’ll undoubtedly be there. Game of Thrones: The Final Season It’s less than a minute long, and shows exactly zero footage from the new episodes that will conclude the fight for the Iron Throne. But by the Black Goat of Qohor, does this Game of Thrones teaser manage to sell the HBO show’s final season or what? Ice slowly creeps over a statue of a dire wolf; fire engulfs a stone lion; the two forces meet over what appears to be a map of Westeros. Boom. That’s it. But it’s enough. April 2019 — between this and the Avengers, it’s going to be one hell of a saga-ending month.  
08 Dec 18
Simdale Valley Post

The Gothard family started Spring with five coins to their name, one billy goat, and three nannies.   Hadley wanted to make some money, so she paid a business fee and started making butter to sell, every time she had a chance.  She could usually keep an eye on her baby sister, Bonnie, while churning. Bonnie […]

08 Dec 18
Tales from a Flying Fish

How safe is your daughter?

08 Dec 18
Secret Creed

Blow Up Billy Goat Ye Ha! You’ve just shepherded yer own Blow Up Billy Goat! Any time you are in the mood for a roll in the hay, she’ll be your shear delight. Sometimes it feels so good being so ba-a-a-d! Package Depth 1.5 inches. Package Width 7 inches. Package Height 8.25 inches. Packaged Weight […]

08 Dec 18
The Cedar Lounge Revolution

As the debate on the ‘Deal’ continues in the House of Commons a few songs from the UK that reference or are inspired by Brexit. Naturally Billy Braggs “Full English Brexit” is excellent but I really like the tunes by Enter Shakiri and Idles. Shame with their love song to Theresa May “Visa Vulture” and […]

08 Dec 18
Full Circle Adoptee!

Generation X I’m a part of Generation X, which means I was born in the early 70’s, and was a teenager in the 80’s. Day to day communication outside the neighborhood kids that you knew from school, drastically changed from the 90’s on. Being an adoptee, this effected my journey in many ways over the […]