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Wilt Chamberlain Residence | Architect: David Tenneson Rich | Bel-Air, CA | Built on a World War II Anti-aircraft Gun Site

“Built in 1971, the five-bedroom, 7,158-square-foot contemporary-style house at 15216 Antelo Place in Bel-Air was built by Chamberlain, who lived there until his death in 1999. TV writers George Meyer and Maria Semple purchased the house from Chamberlain’s estate in 2002 for nearly $3 million, and have owned it ever since. The house has attracted much attention over the years–both with this listing and in 2000-2002, when Chamberlain’s estate was trying to unload it, first for $7.45 million and later reducing its asking price to $4.38 million. The house’s unconventional features include a gold-lined hot tub, a retractable mirrored ceiling above the master bed, a swimming pool that flows into the living room, walls of glass, 40-foot ceilings, a wrap-around pool, and a balcony suspended over the living room. Other features include five and a half baths and teak finishes. The house sits on a 2.58-acre parcel that has ocean and city views.” - Via: 1 | 2

When studying for my British Literature final, it’s extremely difficult to actually do anything once I finish researching Tenneson’s “The Lotos-Eaters.” It’s funny because the poem, with its lethargy-inducing meter and rhyme scheme, is actually supposed make you feel like not doing anything with your life. Ugh.

Bekenntnisse eines Serienkillers - Bei Gelegenheit Mord

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Bekenntnisse eines Serienkillers - Bei Gelegenheit Mord

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In einer schicksalhaften Nacht im Jahr 1987 wurde in einem ruhigen Viertel von Lacrosse innerhalb von Minuten eine ganze Familie ausgelöscht. Der Mörder Michael Tenneson verlässt den Tatort und stiehlt in dem Versuch, seinen Handlungen zu entkommen

im watching wife swap and two of the white kids are called kimkade and tenneson like who do us white folks think we are mocking names like shaniqua and starkeisha

A Crone is a woman who has moved past mid-life and who acknowledges her survivorship, embraces her age, learns from the examined experience of her life, and, most likely, appreciates the wrinkles on her face…A Crone is a woman who is comfortable with her spiritual self, her intuition, and her creative power.” photo credit: Joyce Tenneson