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Dancing With The SCARS: Soon to be Released!

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What is up with television for Christ sake? Are we really that desperate to see ‘not so ordinary people’ do ‘extra-ordinary things’ in defeat.  In my opinion. The past few years DWTS has taken lengths in digging up more fossils that were/are soon to be extinct off the face of the Earth or maybe from the entire Universe.

To invite Celebrities to come on National Television and Dance as Professionals is beyond comprehension. Have we forgotten that Dancing is a Vocation, Craft, Profession & and an Art. There students right now as I decipher this non-sense, struggling to get on point whilst toning muscles in their bodies that most of us can only dream of manipulating just to achieve high art & beauty. So why the hell are these fools sitting up on International TV pretending to be struggling to coordinate a ‘Dance Number or Routine’ in a givin’ few days?

It’s utter BS and foolishness. Did they Cast & Recruit these celebrities in order to satisfy some idealistic myth they are in pursuit of? Or. Have they just ALL just gone MAD? I don’t get it. I don’t know about you, but, I’ve ‘NEVER’ wanted to be entertained that bad that I would need to sit up and look at anybody, celebrity or not, two-step with three left feet practically at times ending up in their partners ass. NO THANK You.

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Christmas Sightings …!

by Krystille Blog

Out of all the events of year, December is one of the most loved month. Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, also, happiness, love and so much more! What I love about it is that feel good ambiance that it brings. And so lights are everywhere. In our place here in Butuan, a truly attractive scene is being captured. I personally admire the beauty that these lights bring about. Out of all the events of year, December is one of the most loved month. Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, also, happiness, love and so much more! What I love about it is that feel good ambiance that it brings. And so lights are everywhere. In our place here in Butuan, a truly attractive scene is being captured. I personally admire the beauty that these lights bring about.  – – more

Your power versus ‘The Power’

Calment was born in Arles in 1875.[1] Her father, Nicolas, was a shipbuilder, and her mother, Marguerite, was from a family of millers. Her close family members also lived to an advanced age: her older brother, François, lived to the age of 97, her father to 93, and her mother to 86. Calment claimed to have met Vincent van Gogh.[4][5] In 1896, at the age of 21, she married her second cousin (grandson of her great-uncle) Fernand Calment,[3] a wealthy store owner. His wealth made it possible for Jeanne never to have to work; instead she led a leisured lifestyle, pursuing hobbies such as tennis, cycling, swimming, rollerskating, piano and opera.[1] Her husband died in 1942 at the age of around 73 or 74 after eating a dessert prepared with spoiled cherries.[6] Their only child, a daughter named Yvonne, was born in 1898 and produced a grandson, Frédéric, born in 1926.[3] Calment outlived Yvonne, who died at age 36 in 1934 from pneumonia.[7] Frédéric became a doctor, and she outlived him as well, as he died in an automobile accident in 1960.[1] In 1965, aged 90 years and with no heirs, Calment signed a deal to sell her former apartment to lawyer André-François Raffray, on a contingency contract. Raffray, then aged 47 years, agreed to pay her a monthly sum of 2,500 francs until she died. Raffray ended up paying Calment the equivalent of more than $180,000, which was more than double the apartment's value. After Raffray's death from cancer at the age of 77, in 1995, his widow continued the payments until Calment's death.This Story, bar none, is one of my favorite all time examples of how God’s wit far surpasses people’s  deviant ways. The Powers which Rules our Universe are absolutely the ‘Best’ stand-up Comediennes. Check this out!

In 1965, without any steady income and at age 90 years and, with no heirs, Mme. Jeanne Calment was forced to sign a deal to sell her apartment she lived in for decades, to lawyer André-François Raffray, based on a sort ofReverse Mortgage‘. The agreement was contingency based and devised by Monsieur Raffray. Mr. Raffray, then aged 47 years, agreed to pay Mme. Calment, a monthly sum of 2,500 francs until Mme. Calment’s death. Raffray figured on Mme. Calment, maybe having a few years left to live. But, as fate would have it, Raffray ended up paying Calment the equivalent of more than $180,000, which was more than double the apartment’s value. After Raffray’s death from cancer at the age of 77, in 1995, his widow continued the payments of Mme. Calment’s Agreement with her Husband until the Death of Mme. Calment, at the tender age of 122 years old in 1997.  Hummm …!

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