Johnny

24 Mar 19
Roxanne Baldwin's Artsy Blog

A lesson in creativity. When I was about 7, we were doing artwork at school. It was a assignment, don’t remember what.  Exclusive of one little boy, the kids at my group of desks, were drawing the sky blue.  That one little boy, was energetically coloring the sky purple.   One of the gaggle of […]

24 Mar 19
South Ayrshire Libraries Blog

The 24 March 2019 sees the 75th anniversary of the Great Escape – the night in 1944 when nearly eighty Allied prisoners-of-war broke out of Stalag Luft III, a top security German POW camp. The story was immortalised in the movie starring Steve McQueen & Richard Attenborough which celebrated the heroism of the escapees. Many […]

24 Mar 19
Johnny G. Santo's Blog

Serial robber let into NZ four times without authorities noticing  Radio New Zealand An Australian serial robber claimed he was allowed into New Zealand four times before immigration authorities picked him up. Originally Published here: Serial robber let into NZ four times without authorities noticing – Radio New Zealand

24 Mar 19
Johnny G. Santo's Blog

Scott Morrison’s comments on Muslim immigration may come back to haunt him  Independent Australia Despite showing sympathy for the victims of the Christchurch attack, Scott Morrison’s past anti-Muslim rhetoric is not forgotten. Originally Published here: Scott Morrison’s comments on Muslim immigration may come back to haunt him – Independent Australia

24 Mar 19
The Impossible Blog

A stitch in time…takes up space. Seventh Doctor Synopsis The Doctor and Mel find themselves involved in the end of a war between the Chimerons and the Bannermen, with the Chimeron Queen the last of her kind.  Boarding a Nostalgia Tours bus, the TARDIS team find themselves at the Shangri’La resort which serves as the […]

24 Mar 19
Kafkadesk

London, United Kingdom – “Who was Jack the Ripper?” After 126 years, one of the most notorious mysteries has apparently been cracked. A new study published in the Journal of Forensic Sciences claims Aaron Kosminski, a 23 year-old Polish barber and one of the six key suspects commonly cited as the Ripper, was indeed the man […]

24 Mar 19
novalis848

If we are serving the truth, then it is acceptable to lie. Germs are from Satan; that’s why they have six legs. There was a mix-up in the labelling of a new raw material at the factory, which meant that the PP microfilaments ended up being blended with the latex rubber emulsion. We tried to […]

24 Mar 19
Red Rose Cricket Books

Over 140 Red Rose Books / eBay cricket auction listings end today including: – copy number 1 of 20 de-luxe limited edition copies of ‘TOWERING SUCCESS – the Eighth Australians in Blackpool, August 1893’ by Gerry Wolstenholme (RRB, 2007), two Neville Cardus first editions, RRB L/E publications on Lancashire County, Johnny Briggs, Harold Larwood, and […]

24 Mar 19
Human Development Psychology E-portfolio

ACTIVITY 1: ‘COUNTDOWN to LIFE :THE EXTRAORDINARY MAKING of YOU’ In this activity, there is three episodes documentary video required us to watch. Basically, those episodes are presenting the making of a baby in their mother’s womb. From the day of fertilization until a baby is born, the development of a new human being happens […]

24 Mar 19
Video Game Journals

Final Thoughts Well, Sega certainly had something to prove after Gearbox ripped them off with Aliens: Colonial Marines, didn’t they? Yet, my feelings towards this game somehow aren’t as strong as they should be. Maybe because this game has you being the most vulnerable of any Alien game I’ve played. Maybe it’s because the game […]

24 Mar 19
Swipe Stream

My friend Steve Tompkins has been gone for ten years as of March 23. Seems like yesterday I found out about his passing. I had had a bad feeling as I could not get in touch with him and it turned out to be the worst. Steve was a writer of non-fiction. There is a […]

24 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
SINGER Cliona Hagan says she will dedicate her Dancing With The Stars final performance to those who lost their lives in the Cookstown tragedy. The country star said she is devastated by the deaths of teenagers Morgan Barnard, Lauren Bullock, both 17, and Connor Currie, 16. The DWTS finalist was devastated by the deaths of three teens in Cookstown, Co Tyrone The three youngsters died in a crush outside a disco at the Greenvale Hotel, Co Tyrone, on St Patrick’s Day. Tyrone native Cliona told the Irish Sun: “The Greenvale Hotel would have been a place I went to for discos when I was younger. “When my CD came out about two years ago, I had my launch party at The Greenvale because it’s a really beautiful hotel.” The 29-year-old from Ballinderry lives ten minutes away from the Cookstown hotel. She revealed her friends and neighbours were in shock over the deaths of the teens, whose funerals took place this week. Cliona said: “The whole community is in complete disbelief and in mourning. ‘MY HEART GOES OUT TO THEM’ “These young people had their whole lives ahead of them. My heart goes out to them and their parents.” Admitting she went into a state of shock when told of the tragedy, Cliona stayed away from social media for a few days out of respect for the bereaved families. Later in the week, she tweeted: “I’m extremely saddened to hear of the loss of three teenagers from my neighbouring town Cookstown. My thought and prayers are with their families at this very sad time.” Speaking on Friday, as the funerals of the tragic youngsters took place, Cliona told us: “It’s so sad and so close. These poor young people are on my mind all week. “I’m very sad and I’m going to dance my heart out for them. It will be my own special tribute.” The singer admitted the tragic news had only added to a whirl of emotion as she prepared to dance in the finals of DWTS. The singer will dedicate her final performance to tragic Connor, Lauren and Morgan Along with dance partner Robert Rowinski, she goes head-to-head with Mairead Ronan and Johnny Ward. Cliona said: “I’m trying not to let all the emotions and nerves overtake me. At the same time, I’m trying remember all my steps. “I don’t want to make a fool of myself in front of the nation. But more importantly, I want to enjoy it. “It’s a real achievement to have come this far. All these weeks of dancing have left my body battered and bruised. This has been such a full-on week.” Cliona — who has superstar singers Daniel O’Donnell and Nathan Carter backing her — is keeping it country for her biggest jig yet by performing to a country pop song in the final. TOUGH COMPETITION Cliona said: “I know my song in the final but I can’t tell you. It’s country pop. The track is very motivational. I love it. It is one of those really positive songs.” Although there are three dancers in the final, the only male dancer remaining, Johnny Ward has gone on the record to say the 2019 winner will be a woman. But Cliona is not so sure. She said: “Johnny is an amazing dancer. He could definitely win. I would love him to win because he’s a good friend.” Ward told the Irish Sun that dancing has kept him so busy in the past two weeks, the recent passing of his dad John Snr may only hit him after DWTS is over. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV & SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”169″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Johnny said: “This show’s been a distraction but, come Monday, I’m sure it’s going hit me like a ton of bricks.” With the finalists limited to four tickets for the big night, there won’t be room for most of Cliona’s friends and family who are coming down to Dublin for the weekend to support her. She said: “My mum (Claire) will be in the audience but the rest of my family are looking round for a hotel in Dublin with a big telly, a very big telly.” Cliona’s mum Claire will be in the audience Cliona with dance partner Robert Rowinski