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Pic of the Day: “I can’t fuckin’ believe you had tickets to that fuckin’ game!” “Yeah!” “Did you rush the field?” “No, I didn’t rush the fuckin’ field; I wasn’t there.” “What?” “No. I was in a bar havin’ a drink with my future wife.” “You missed Pudge Fisk’s home run?” “Oh, yeah.” “To have a fuckin’ drink with some lady you never met?” “Yeah, but you shoulda seen her; she was a stunner.” “I don’t care if Helen of Troy walks in the room, that’s Game 6!” “Oh, Helen of Troy…” “Oh my God; and who are these fuckin’ friends of yours, they let you get away with that?” “Oh… they had to.” “What’d you say to them?” “I just slid my ticket across the table, and I said, ‘Sorry, guys; I gotta see about a girl.’”

Issaday, Adom 17, 10016

9997 Eartha Kitt (born Eartha Mae Keith) is
born on North Plantation in the South Island
Plantations on the Isles of Meroe. Once called
“the most exciting woman in the world,” Kitt will
begin her career as a member of the Katherine
Dunham Dance Company. She will make her
film debut in Bandanaland, going on to become
“the girl” in seven of the “Travelogue” movies
starring Bert Williams and George W. Walker.
She will win an Ebonese Cinema Society “Essie
Award for best actress for her scorching per-
formance as Gogo Germaine opposite Nat “King”
Cole
’s W.C. Handy in Marsile Blues (10039).
Throughout her career, Kitt would work on and
off in film, television and on nightclub stages. A
talented singer with a distinctive voice, her hits
include “Let’s Do It,” “Just an Old Fashioned Girl,”
and “Love for Sale.”

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365 Day Movie Challenge (2016) - #26: Les Girls (1957) - dir. George Cukor

As lovely as Les Girls is in many respects, the fun of seeing it on the big screen was marred by the hideousness of one of the worst Museum of Modern Art experiences I have ever had. Readers of my Tumblr may recall some of my previous run-ins with questionable MoMA audiences at “Free Friday” screenings (Girl with Hyacinths was a particularly hairy episode back in September), but Les Girls really took the cake. I sat in the third row, as I so often like to do because I am so short, and there was an old couple sitting to my right but nobody on my left until about ten minutes before the pre-movie introduction/interview was set to start. 6:50 was when a woman showed up and sat in the seat to my left, which of course meant that my elbow got knocked off the armrest (it never fails; whenever I’m at a crowded MoMA screening by myself, whoever sits next to me takes charge of our shared personal space and I feel helpless to do anything about it since they’re generally older folks). Then, from 6:50 until about 7:05 (as usual for a Friday show, things got started late because of the big number of people in attendance and the stand-by line), this woman gave me her entire life story. From the moment she sat down, her mouth never stopped moving. She was either very lonely or very chatty or both, but now I know everything about her upbringing on a Lithuanian farm and the fact that her 77th birthday is this Tuesday. I feel very uncomfortable any time strangers try to start conversations with me when I’m by myself at MoMA, and usually I try to shut it down when it happens, but I couldn’t turn this poor woman down so I politely listened and talked.

The interview that preceded the film: Barrie Chase, who I’ve been a fan of for many years and who looks totally fabulous at age 82 (she wore a rather short, partly sheer black dress that showed off her terrific legs), was in conversation with Debra Levine, a scholar of the history of Hollywood musical choreographer Jack Cole. (Chase was an assistant to Cole and she’s one of the many dancers who appear in Les Girls.) Cole is the focus of a major retrospective at MoMA, hence the Les Girls screening and special event. Unfortunately Levine was a terrible interviewer, sometimes rambling, asking questions that tumbled out of her in an unfocused way, and letting the chat go on for an hour so that only two audience members could ask questions during the Q&A. It was a poorly handled affair, and we probably could have used more actual discussion of Jack Cole in place of the three clips of Barrie Chase dancing with Fred Astaire on TV specials (delightful though they were).

Les Girls is a sweet, overlong but consistently entertaining Metrocolor confection, buoyed by fine performances by Gene Kelly and his three highly talented leading ladies, Mitzi Gaynor (a fantastic dancer and a cutie pie), Kay Kendall (gorgeous and hilarious, a gifted comedienne whose life was tragically cut short two years later) and Taina Elg (a revelation, alternately sexy and innocent). Funny supporting roles are also well-played by Leslie Phillips (Kendall’s fiancé) and Henry Daniell (a bespectacled judge who delivers many droll remarks in the way that only Daniell could), while Jacques Bergerac is handsome if a bit stiff as Elg’s fiancé. Since the story of Les Girls is told in three parts à la Rashomon, with each strand of the narrative being related in a different way by each witness on the stand in a trial, the four lead actors are all given fine opportunities by director George Cukor to show commendable range. Wearing Oscar-winning costumes by Orry-Kelly, singing Cole Porter songs and being photographed by Robert Surtees, in addition to the aforementioned choreography by Jack Cole, Les Girls has a lot going for it. But then, of course, my review wouldn’t be complete if I didn’t mention the couple sitting on my right.

This couple was evidently in the theater simply because it was a warm, free place to sit. During the podium introduction by Debra Levine (prior to Barrie Chase walking out), the husband asked his wife kind of loudly, “Who’s Jack Cole?” The couple remained quiet during the hour-long interview, but once the film started, all bets were off. From the moment the opening credits rolled until the film’s last scene, this couple was talking (at normal volume), occasionally asking each other “What?” (presumably because they couldn’t hear each other over the loudness of the musical, but possibly also due to hearing loss; who knows?), digging through plastic bags, coughing and - my personal favorite - opening cough drop (a shared activity, depending on which of them was doing the coughing), crinkling the wrappers a couple of minutes each time because I suppose it was hard to see in the dark (except… do you really need light to unwrap a cough drop? I know, that question is beside the point by now, but anyway…). A few of the people sitting in the row ahead of us yelled at this couple throughout the film, the most heated interaction coming from one twentysomething guy who physically put his hand on the woman to stop her from rifling through a plastic bag, which prompted her annoyed response: “What’s your problem?” I ask you, how could I have concentrated on any part of Les Girls’ plot or dialogue when I had all of this going on next to me? It’s a miracle that I ever knew what was happening onscreen. You always hope that MoMA’s moviegoers will be cinephiles all, but instead you have to deal with people who not only are ignorant of film history, but they don’t even have respect for their fellow patrons. The images being projected mean nothing to them. They can’t imagine people actually going to see movies because of a deep passion for the medium. It was almost a relief when the Lithuanian woman on my left started snoring at 9:00 pm; at least it was a soft sound that only I could hear.

I swear to you, from this point onward I am never going to MoMA on a Friday unless I go with someone else. If I have to deal with these crazy characters, at least I better not be alone. Geez Louise.

In honor of Black History Month, we’re excited to announce “And All That Jazz…” February 6th, 2016 from 7-9 PM at Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Free to the public. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime event! WordTheatre

Fear Psychology - George J Cole | Social Science |632897217

Fear Psychology
George J Cole
Genre: Social Science
Price: Get
Publish Date: April 2, 2013

Bundled with the Fear Psychology thesis is a review paper entitled “A Century of Psychoanalysis”, which discusses an old psychology that has not yet expired. It introduced ideas that were radical and alarming at a time when sexual matters were not for public discussion, but what was probably more alarming was the concept of ‘unconscious’ motivation of behavior. This aspect of the theory tends to have been forgotten or ignored.

Fear Psychology - George J Cole | Social Science |632897217

Fear Psychology
George J Cole
Genre: Social Science
Price: Get
Publish Date: April 2, 2013

Bundled with the Fear Psychology thesis is a review paper entitled “A Century of Psychoanalysis”, which discusses an old psychology that has not yet expired. It introduced ideas that were radical and alarming at a time when sexual matters were not for public discussion, but what was probably more alarming was the concept of ‘unconscious’ motivation of behavior. This aspect of the theory tends to have been forgotten or ignored.

+++ Best Forex Signal : Goldman Sachs on the potential impact on the GBP of Brexit

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法人觀點:高盛稱日銀意外降息將進一步打壓日圓匯價,兌美元短期下看123

【財訊快報/劉敏夫】彭博社報導指出,高盛方面表示,日本央行意外降息舉措將進一步打壓日圓匯價。

  日本央行週五決議維持以每年80兆日圓的速度擴大基礎貨幣,同時,日本央行也出乎意料實施負利率,將商業銀行在央行往來的帳戶的利率降至負0.1%。

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  日本物價認為會長期處於弱勢,而日本央行下定決心達到通膨目標,也意味著日圓兌美元將會走低。

  高盛估計美元兌日圓近期會升至123日圓,未來12個月看升至130日圓。

“Come Fly With Me” to highlight Broadway musicals

NATCHITOCHES – Northwestern State University Theatre and Dance will present “Come Fly With Me: Dr. Corey Trahan & Friends in Concert” Sunday, Jan. 31 at 3 p.m. in Magale Recital Hall. Admission is free and open to the public.

“Come Fly with Me” is a concert highlighting decades of Broadway musicals. Trahan, director of music theatre and assistant professor of music theatre at Northwestern State, will partner with pianist Julian Jones, a faculty member at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, NSU, music theatre majors, members of NSU’s voice faculty and visiting artists. The one-hour program features selections from the American Songbook (George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Harold Arlen), Disney musicals and “Phantom of the Opera.”

Performing students will be Hannah Hays and Grace Brumfield of Baton Rouge, Grace Vogel of New Orleans, Denver Clark and Breanna Collier of Shreveport, Alexia Mullally of Dallas, Marissa McMickens of Pineville, Chase Miller of West Monroe, Tyler Price Robinson of Harvey and Erika Stanford of Arnaudville.

Northwestern State faculty D’Nissa Hester, Terrie Sanders, Michelle Lange and Stefan Gordon will be joined by guest artists Lauren Matthews and Halle Campbell of Natchitoches.