Comic Con 2011- Bellflower Movie Cast And Medusa The Flamethrowing Car! Trip sponsored by http://www.tout.com/zennie62
Comic Con 2011: Crowds, Marvel, KotoUS.com - Trip sponsored by http://www.tout.com/zennie62
Casey Anthony Not Guilty Verdict Leaves Question - Where's The Father?
Casey Anthony Not Guilty - Nancy Grace Gets On America's Nerves
Stolen 1953 Gibson Les Paul Guitar - Give It Back To Maurice in Vancouver, B.C. Someone stole Maurice' one-of-a-kind 1953 Gibson. This is the story of his heart-warming effort to get the Gibson back for his son.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn IMF Salary vs. Bay Citizen CEO Salary. In the wake of the arrest of IMF Manager Dominique Strauss-Kahn, CNN asks if the World leader's $440,000 salary was too much. They compared the IMF with The World Bank, and came away with the point that observers say it's the right amount. Well, let's compare Dominique Strauss-Kahn's salary with that of Bay Citizen CEO Lisa Frazier, who makes $400,000. Is that justified, given CNN's questions about Dominique Strauss-Kahn's salary? The answer's no. $100,000? Yes. But for Frazier to make as much as the Dominique Strauss-Kahn or President Obama, and yet be in charge of a regional news website is outrageous. It's not personal, only business. And the business fact is that The Bay Citizen can't justify paying that high a salary given the small size and Internet traffic footprint of the news website.
Mother's Day is special, and not just to all mothers. It's for sons and daughters, too. As an only child and a product of a single-mom family, I have a unique place in life that brings me to visit my Mom each month. I'm fortunate to be able to do this. But some who also can do this, don't. It's too them I say, call your folks. Call your Mom. See your Mom. Because when your Mom passes on, you will regret not having done so. Happy Mother's Day to all of the Mom's out there! Distributed by Tubemogul.
At WonderCon SF 2011, Ryan Reynolds talks about how he trained for The Green Lantern Movie. Reynolds said I'm not an old guy, but I'm not a young guy anymore, when landing from 20 feet onto concrete was hilarious...You can't tell that those (gymnastics guys) aren't six-two. It's pretty hard to back-flip when you're over five-foot-seven." Distributed by Tubemogul.
Mac Book Pro And iPad Line: A Day At Apple Store San Francisco. This started as a visit to check on an iPad 2 for my Mom. As I approached the Apple Store on Stockton in San Francisco's Union Square, I noticed (couldn't miss) a line of people who were sitting on lawn chairs. They were waiting to buy iPad 2 tablet computers...at 9 AM the next morning. While at the Apple Store, I learned from an Apple rep who didn't want their name used that the people first in the line, all elderly and Asian, were buying the iPads for export and "do this regularly." That's the Apple person's statement. While looking at the iPad 2, I inquired if I could upgrade my MacBook I bought last fall after an emergency. After a good talk, and to my surprise, the Apple Store people helped me. I was able to upgrade my MacBook. That was really great because I was trapped in a situation where I had to buy the 2010 MacBook just before the upgrade. Thanks Apple! You guys rock! Distributed by Tubemogul.
We Need Beer Money Song By 69 Degrees At Powell St. BART, San Francisco. Two men who were sitting on the floor in the lobby of the BART Powell Street Station and singing this really catchy tune called "We Need Beer Money," so I paid them and made this video. Moreover, I will share a percentage of any money made from this video with the men who make up 69 Degrees. They deserve it! They said that they were also going to play in front of AT&T Park before the SF Giants Baseball games this season, be on the look out for them. The one problem is the Facebook page they mention is such that it's hard to identify who they are. But that should work itself out. And on that idea train, BART should have some kind of program to help promote the street singers and performers who are very talented people just trying to make ends meet. They add to the color and culutre of the Bay Area Rapid Transit System. Distributed by Tubemogul.