Jun 23, 2012 @ 09:56 pm Marisa Sung
HEALTH BUTTER BARS ALSO KNOW AS POWER BARS FOR THE PRECIOUS LITTLE MEN IN MAI LIFE WHO ARE CRAZY ABOUT NUT BUTTERS LIKE JAMES!
1 JAR OF ORGANIC ALMOND/PEANUT/CASHEW/ BUTTER
1/4 CUP OF ORGANIC HONEY
1/2 CUP OF ORGANIC COCOA POWDER
FEEL FREE TO ADD EXTRA NUTS LIKE CHOPPED ALMONDS OR PECANS OR YUE CAN ADD ALL=NATURAL COCONUT TOO!
MIX ALL INGREDIENTS TOGETHER BY HAND OR IN A MIXER
SPREAD OUT ON A BROWNIE PAN
PUT IN THE FREEZER
CUT IN SQUARES
NEXT WILL BE MAI RECIPE FOR HOMEMADE PROTEIN BARS IN ALL KINDS OF EXOTIC FLAVORS! YUMMY I KNOW!!
Jun 23, 2012 @ 12:03 am Marisa Sung
MAI FIRST CAR EVER WAS MAI 1967 RED FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE AND MAI LAST CAR BEFORE I "EARN MAI WINGS" WILL BEE A FORD AS WELL!! FORD IS THE ONLEE AUTOMOBILE COMPANY THAT DID NOT ACCEPT A BAILOUT BRIBE FROM THE OBAMAMENT OF FAILURE FUNDS WHICH IS ONLEE ONE OF THE MANEE REASONS WHY YUE SHOULD BUY A FORD TODAY!!
Ford was born July 30, 1863, on a farm in Greenfield Township (near Detroit, Michigan). His father, William Ford (1826–1905), was born in County Cork, Ireland, of a family originally from western England, who were among migrants to Ireland as the English created plantations. His mother, Mary Litogot Ford (1839–1876), was born in Michigan; she was the youngest child of Belgian immigrants; her parents died when Mary was a child and she was adopted by neighbors, the O'Herns. Henry Ford's siblings include Margaret Ford (1867–1938); Jane Ford (c. 1868–1945); William Ford (1871–1917) and Robert Ford (1873–1934). His father gave him a pocket watch in his early teens. At 15, Ford dismantled and reassembled the timepieces of friends and neighbors dozens of times, gaining the reputation of a watch repairman. At twenty, Ford walked four miles to their Episcopal church every Sunday.
Ford was devastated when his mother died in 1876. His father expected him to eventually take over the family farm, but he despised farm work. He later wrote, "I never had any particular love for the farm—it was the mother on the farm I loved." In 1879, he left home to work as an apprentice machinist in the city of Detroit, first with James F. Flower & Bros., and later with the Detroit Dry Dock Co. In 1882, he returned to Dearborn to work on the family farm, where he became adept at operating the Westinghouse portable steam engine. He was later hired by Westinghouse company to service their steam engines. During this period Ford also studied bookkeeping at Goldsmith, Bryant & Stratton Business College in Detroit. Henry Ford in 1888, aged 25.
Marriage and family
Ford married Clara Ala Bryant (1866–1950) in 1888 and supported himself by farming and running a sawmill. They had one child: Edsel Ford (1893–1943).
In 1891, Ford became an engineer with the Edison Illuminating Company. After his promotion to Chief Engineer in 1893, he had enough time and money to devote attention to his personal experiments on gasoline engines. These experiments culminated in 1896 with the completion of a self-propelled vehicle which he named the Ford Quadricycle. He test-drove it on June 4. After various test-drives, Ford brainstormed ways to improve the Quadricycle.
EDISON MOTION PICTURES WAS ONCE LOCATED RIGHT ACROSS THE STREET FROM MAI HIGH SCHOOL.
Also in 1896, Ford attended a meeting of Edison executives, where he was introduced to Thomas Edison. Edison approved of Ford's automobile experimentation. Encouraged by Edison, Ford designed and built a second vehicle, completing it in 1898. Backed by the capital of Detroit lumber baron William H. Murphy, Ford resigned from the Edison Company and founded the Detroit Automobile Company on August 5, 1899. However, the automobiles produced were of a lower quality and higher price than Ford wanted. Ultimately, the company was not successful and was dissolved in January 1901. With the help of C. Harold Wills, Ford designed, built, and successfully raced a 26-horsepower automobile in October 1901. With this success, Murphy and other stockholders in the Detroit Automobile Company formed the Henry Ford Company on November 30, 1901, with Ford as chief engineer. In 1902, Murphy brought in Henry M. Leland as a consultant; Ford, in response, left the company bearing his name. With Ford gone, Murphy renamed the company the Cadillac Automobile Company.
Teaming up with former racing cyclist Tom Cooper, Ford also produced the 80+ horsepower racer "999" which Barney Oldfield was to drive to victory in a race in October 1902. Ford received the backing of an old acquaintance, Alexander Y. Malcomson, a Detroit-area coal dealer. They formed a partnership, "Ford & Malcomson, Ltd." to manufacture automobiles. Ford went to work designing an inexpensive automobile, and the duo leased a factory and contracted with a machine shop owned by John and Horace E. Dodge to supply over $160,000 in parts. Sales were slow, and a crisis arose when the Dodge brothers demanded payment for their first shipment.
Ford Motor Company
Henry Ford with Thomas Edison and Harvey Firestone. Ft. Myers, Florida, February 11, 1929. In response, Malcomson brought in another group of investors and convinced the Dodge Brothers to accept a portion of the new company. Ford & Malcomson was reincorporated as the Ford Motor Company on June 16, 1903, with $28,000 capital. The original investors included Ford and Malcomson, the Dodge brothers, Malcomson's uncle John S. Gray, Malcolmson's secretary James Couzens, and two of Malcomson's lawyers, John W. Anderson and Horace Rackham. Ford then demonstrated a newly-designed car on the ice of Lake St. Clair, driving 1 mile (1.6 km) in 39.4 seconds and setting a new land speed record at 91.3 miles per hour (147.0 km/h). Convinced by this success, the race driver Barney Oldfield, who named this new Ford model "999" in honor of the fastest locomotive of the day, took the car around the country, making the Ford brand known throughout the United States. Ford also was one of the early backers of the Indianapolis 500.
Chautauqua 2006: Henry Ford
RARE AUSSIE MODEL FORD
Jun 21, 2012 @ 03:35 pm Marisa Sung
10 TOYS FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISIM AND/OR ANGELMAN SYNDROME
2. DANCE MACHINE WITH LIGHTS AND A BEAT
3. SPONGE/NERF BALLS
4. BOUNCY CASTLE
5. WATER SLIDE
6. BABY POOL
7. MR. POTATO HEAD GAMES
8. DRUMS/BONGOS/INSTRUMENTS THAT MAKE NOISE THAT YOU SHAKE, HIT AND/OR BANG
9. CLIMBING EQUIPMENT LIKE FAKE ROCK CLIMBING, MONKEY BARS, ETC.
10. BUILDING BLOCKS
ANGELMAN SYNDROME=WHAT IS IT??
AS is a neuro-genetic disorder characterized by intellectual and developmental disability, sleep disturbance, seizures, jerky movements (especially hand-flapping), frequent laughter or smiling, and usually a happy demeanor. AS is a classic example of genomic imprinting in that it is usually caused by deletion or inactivation of genes on the maternally inherited chromosome 15 while the paternal copy, which may be of normal sequence, is imprinted and therefore silenced. The sister syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, is caused by a similar loss of paternally inherited genes and maternal imprinting. AS is named after a British pediatrician, Dr. Harry Angelman, who first described the syndrome in 1965. An older, alternative term for AS, happy puppet syndrome, is generally considered pejorative and stigmatizing so it is no longer the accepted term, though it is sometimes still used as an informal term of diagnosis. People with AS are sometimes known as "angels", both because of the syndrome's name and because of their youthful, happy appearance.
The following text lists signs and symptoms of Angelman syndrome and their relative frequency in affected individuals:
Developmental delay, functionally severe
Speech impairment, no or minimal use of words; receptive and non-verbal communication skills higher than verbal ones
Movement or balance disorder, usually ataxia of gait and/or tremulous movement of limbs
Behavioral uniqueness: any combination of frequent laughter/smiling; apparent happy demeanor; easily excitable personality, often with hand flapping movements; hypermotoric behavior; short attention span
Frequent (more than 80%)
Delayed, disproportionate growth in head circumference, usually resulting in microcephaly (absolute or relative) by age 2
Seizures, onset usually < 3 years of age
Abnormal EEG, characteristic pattern with large amplitude slow-spike waves
Associated (20 - 80%)
Hypopigmented skin and eyes
Tongue thrusting; suck/swallowing disorders
Hyperactive tendon reflexes
Feeding problems during infancy
Uplifted, flexed arms during walking
Increased sensitivity to heat
Wide mouth, wide-spaced teeth
Frequent drooling, protruding tongue
Attraction to/fascination with water
Excessive chewing/mouthing behaviors
Flat back of head
'ADAM' IS A MOVIE ABOUT A LONELY MAN WITH ASPERGER'S SYNDROME WHICH IS SLIGHTLY RELATED BY ENTIRELY DIFFERENT.
Jun 15, 2012 @ 12:19 pm Marisa Sung
I AM THE ONE IN THE HOUNDSTOOTH COAT AKA HAYLEY MILLS! :)
The Trouble with Angels
I found something better
Hayley Mills..Trouble with Angels...Gloria Christmas
Bells of St.Mary's
Jun 14, 2012 @ 02:16 pm Marisa Sung
Robert Tyre "Bobby" Jones Jr. (March 17, 1902 – December 18, 1971) was an American amateur golfer, and a lawyer by profession. Jones was the most successful amateur golfer ever to compete on a national and international level. During his peak as a golfer from 1923 to 1930, he dominated top-level amateur competition, and competed very successfully against the world's best professional golfers. Jones often beat stars such as Walter Hagen and Gene Sarazen, the era's top pros. Jones earned his living mainly as a lawyer, and competed in golf only as an amateur, primarily on a part-time basis, and chose to retire from competition at age 28, though he earned significant money from golf after that, as an instructor and equipment designer. Explaining his decision to retire, Jones said, "It (championship golf) is something like a cage. First you are expected to get into it and then you are expected to stay there. But of course, nobody can stay there." Jones is most famous for his unique "Grand Slam," consisting of his victory in all four major golf tournaments of his era (the open and amateur championships in both the U.S. & the U.K.) in a single calendar year (1930). In all Jones played in 31 majors, winning 13 and placing among the top ten finishers 27 times.
After retiring from competitive golf in 1930, Jones founded and helped design the Augusta National Golf Club soon afterwards in 1933, and also co-founded the Masters Tournament, which has been annually staged by the club since 1934 (except for 1943–45, when it was cancelled due to World War II). The Masters evolved into one of golf's four major championships. Jones came out of retirement in 1934 to play in the Masters on an exhibition basis until 1948, when he quit golf permanently, due to ill health.
BOBBY JONES A STROKE OF GENIUS=MAI FAVORITE MOVIE OF ALL-TIME
Jun 11, 2012 @ 04:48 pm Marisa Sung
I HAVE BEEN PLANNING MY WEDDING SINCE I WAS FOUR YEARS OLD!! I KNOW SO BY NOW I AM EXPERT AT IT. I HAVE REDONE IT AT LEAST 100 TIMES OVER AND HAVE PLANNED THE WEDDINGS OF COUNTLESS FAMILY AND FRIENDS WHO I HAVE GONE THROUGH LIKE UNDERWEAR!! :) ANWAY, I HAVE THE TUNES (MOSTLY CLASSICAL), MY WEDDING SONG, THE CHAPEL, THE GOLF CLUB, THE PRIVATE DESTINATION (BY CHARTER PLANE ONLEE) THE MASTER OF CEREMONIES, THE DECOR, THE DRESSES, THE ONLEE THING MISSING IS THE MAN!! I CAN'T SEAM TO SETTLE ON ONE!! BUT AS TIME IS RUNNING LOW I HAVE JUST THE SONG AND QUITE POSSIBLY THE MAN ER DOCTOR OZ!
DURING THE COMMUNION MASS, FOR THOSE OF YUE WHO ARE HUNGRY FOR THE HOST, I HAVE AN EXTRA SPECIAL TREAT!
AIR ON A G-STRING
Josh Groban - Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring
I Dreamed A Dream-LES MISERABLES
I COULD WRITE A BOOK
Jun 11, 2012 @ 04:25 pm Marisa Sung
One Day is a novel by David Nicholls, published in 2009. Each chapter covers the lives of two protagonists on 15 July, St. Swithin's Day, for twenty years. The novel attracted generally positive reviews, and was named 2010 Galaxy Book of the Year. Nicholls has adapted his book into a screenplay; the feature film, also titled One Day, was released in August 2011.
Dexter and Emma spend the night together following their graduation from Edinburgh University in 1988. They talk about how they will be once they are 40. While they do not become romantically involved completely, this is the beginning of their friendship. The novel visits their lives and their relationship on July 15 in successive years in each chapter for 20 years. Emma wants to improve the world and begins writing and performing plays, which remain unsuccessful, while Dexter travels through the world, drinking and hooking up with women. Eventually both move to London where Emma becomes a waitress in Kentish Town at a Tex-Mex restaurant, while Dexter becomes a successful television presenter. While there are various attempts from both sides to start a relationship, coincidences stop Emma and Dexter from getting together and while they have relationships with other people, they stay best friends, both secretly longing for the other. They are drawn together closer through a holiday together and the death of Dexter's mother.
Emma breaks up with her boyfriend, Ian, after realising she is creating a life with someone she doesn't love. During this time Emma is able to find a job as a teacher, after various years of struggle, despite a "double-first degree". Dexter meanwhile develops a drinking and drug problem and watches his career collapse. The friendship between Emma and Dexter grows more and more difficult, after Emma is constantly hurt by Dexter who attempts to hide his feelings for her from both her and himself. After being treated rudely by Dexter at a restaurant, Emma breaks up the friendship. At the wedding of Emma's former roommate, Emma and Dexter meet again. Emma admits that she wants Dexter back. At this point of time she has just ended an affair with her headmaster, Dexter has fallen in love with another woman, Sylvie, who is pregnant. At this reunion, Dexter invites Emma, who is disappointed by the situation, to his wedding. Emma tries to overcome her problems and begins to write, while Dexter is unemployed and overwhelmed by his role as a father. After realizing this, he and Emma for the first time have sex. They do not get together and Emma leaves to go to Paris in the hope of writing a successful novel. When Dexter visits her in Paris, he learns that she met someone and likes him and for the first time admits his feelings to her. After talking about their relationship, Emma chooses Dexter.
Emma and Dexter get married and are happy together, however Emma wants a child. The couple finds themselves frustrated by the failing attempts to have a child. Dexter however is able to open a deli-cafe and finds himself suddenly successful again. Emma gets her book published and becomes a successful childrens author. On the anniversary of the day they met after graduation and the day they got together, Emma and Dexter have an appointment to see a house. While travelling there, Emma has a bike accident and dies. After her death, Dexter finds himself in despair. He starts to drink again and provokes people in bars in order to get beaten. He is comforted through his ex-wife Sylvie, his father and his daughter. The upcoming year he travels together with his daughter to Edinburgh where he and Emma met and they climb the same mountain together that Emma and Dexter climbed 19 years ago. The book ends with a memory of what happened after that first night together in 1988 and Emma's and Dexter's first kiss and promise to stay in touch and their goodbye.
Jun 1, 2012 @ 02:37 pm Marisa Sung
VISITED DRAGONWYCK?? NO, BECAUSE PERHAPS HEAVEN CAN WAIT AFTERALL!!
DRAGONWYCK - TRAILER - 1946
HEAVEN CAN WAIT=I CERTAINLY HOPE SEW FOR LAURA'S SAKE!!
Gene Tierney: A Shattered Portrait
Jun 1, 2012 @ 12:30 pm Marisa Sung
SSHHH!!! Be the First to receive our Exclusive Gift for Your er Father BC HE IS MR. WONDERFUL WONDERFUL!!
CHANCES ARE YUE WILL GET ONE IN THE MAIL THIS WEEK!! :)
LARGE SAILCLOTH DUFFLE
This is the essential carry-all sail cloth duffle. Constructed in durable sail cloth material, tanned handles and sharp brass hardware. Detachable cotton webbing strap.
•24in. X 17.5in. X 9.5in.
•7in. Double Leather Top Handles.
•Monogramming is an additional $15. Please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery of monogrammed items.
Style # 4X008L1
KEVIN, SEND MEE THE DUFFLE BAG ALREADY!! THIS IS SEW THE KEVIN MCLAUGHLIN BAG AND GREAT JUST IN TIME FOR FATHER'S DAY!! I WILL PICK IT UP AT YOUR HEADQUARTERS IN BROOKLYN OR AT THE UPPER EAST SIDE STORE!! :)
May 31, 2012 @ 05:32 pm Marisa Sung
WHAT MAKES A MAN FEEL LOVED? A WOMAN WHO IS A REAL WOMAN AND THAT MEANS THAT SHE IS FEMININE AND NOT A MODERN WOMAN OR A FEMININIST WHO WEARS PANTS OR WEAR THE PANTS (IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN) AND I KNOW THAT YUE DUE!! :_)
THE TEN LIES OF FEMINISM ER THE MODERN WOMEN'S MOVEMENT THAT I AM NO BEHIND, GET IT??
1. YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL=YOU CAN'T
2. MEN AND WOMEN ARE FUNDAMENTALLY THE SAME=THEY ARE NOT AND WILL NEVER BEE, MEN ARE FROM MARS WOMEN ARE VENUS
3. DESIRABILITY IS ENHANCED BY ACCOMPLISHMENT=HE COULD CARE LESS IF YOU ARE WORKING AS A WAITRESS AT PJ CLARKES!
4. YOUR FULL POTENTIAL MUST BE REALIZED=AS LONG AS YOU WORK HARD AND YUE ARE HUMBLE HE IS HAPPY! :)
5. MEN AND WOMEN VIEW SEX THE SAME WAY=I DON'T KNOW ABOUT YUE BUT I DON'T UNDRESS MEN 50X PER DAY AND GIVE THEM THEM ONCE OVER AFTER GETTING THEM TO BEND OVER FOR MEE, DUE YOU??
6. MOTHERHOOD CAN BEE POSTPONED WITHOUT PENALTY=AFTER 30 YUE WILL PAY THE PIPER IN MORE WAYS THAN ONE HONEE SEW IF YOU WANT CHILDREN DUE IT BUY NO LATER THAN 25!!
7. TODAY'S WOMEN SHOULD ABANDON "SOFTNESS" FOR "ASSERTIVENESS"=SOFTNESS IS VERY ATTRACTIVE AND WORKS ALL THE TIME BUT NOT IN BUSINESS AND ASSERTIVENESS IS NECESSARY TO SURVIVE IN THE BUSINESSWORLD IN ORDER TO BECOME SUCCESSFUL ON YOUR OWN!! THEREFORE, ONCE YOU LAND YOUR PRINCE, GO BACK TO BEING YOUR SOFTER THAN A BABY'S ASS SELF AND ALWAYS OUTSIDE OF WORK BUT NEVER, EVER IN THE WORK PLACE BC PEOPLE WILL RUN YOU OVER WITH A BULL DOZER=TRUST MEE, I LEARNED AND SUFFERED THE HARD WAY!!
8. SPEAKING ONE'S MIND IS BETTER THAN LISTENING=NEVER LET ANYONE AND I MEAN ANYONE EVER KNOW THAT YOU EVEN HAVE A WORKING MIND NEVER MIND ANYTHING IN IT!! LISTEN, LISTEN AND LISTEN BUT SAY NOTHING!!!
9. A WOMAN SHOULD BE SELF-SUFFICIENT=A WOMAN NEEDS A MAN LIKE A FISH NEEDS A BICYCLE=IF YUE BELIEVE THAT THEN YUE WILL NEVER GET AND/OR KEEP A GREAT DECENT MAN!! KNOWING THAT YOU LOVE, ADMIRE, NEED AND CARE FOR A WONDERFUL MAN WHO HAS MUCH MORE TO OFFER YOU IS WHAT KEEPS THE RELATIONSHIP SO STRONG WITCH IS WHY IT IS ALWAYS MUCH BETTER TO MARRY AN OLDER MAN WHO YOU LOOK UP TO AND GREATLY ADMIRE!! :)
10. A WOMAN SHOULD LOOK FOR SENSITIVITY, NOT STRENGTH IN A MAN=NONSENSE!! THE MOMENT I SENSE WEAKNESS IN A MAN, I MOVE ON! ESPECIALLY IF I SENSE THAT HE IS DOMINATED BY A WOMAN WHO WEARS THE PANTS=THAT IS WHY I MOVED ON MORE THAN A FEW TIMES!! :)
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