ADORABLE CE CHIEN


Chien farceur et espi猫gle

I like this dog :) J'aime bien ce chien :)

 

Remember Aunt Clara ?? Bewitched?


Marion Lorne (August 12, 1883 鈥 May 9, 1968) was an American actress of stage, film, and television. After a career in theatre in New York and London, Lorne made her first film in 1951, and for the remainder of her life, played small roles in films and television.

Her recurring role, between 1964 and her death in 1968, as Aunt Clara in the comedy series, Bewitched (1964鈥1972) brought her widespread recognition, and for which she was posthumously awarded an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. 聽

She was born Marion Lorne MacDougall in West Pittston, Pennsylvania, a small mining town halfway between Wilkes-Barre and Scranton, of Scottish and English immigrant parents. 聽While her year of birth is listed as 1885 on her tombstone, it was usually listed as 1888 when she was alive and the Social Security Death Index lists it as 1883. She studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City.

Career Lorne debuted on Broadway in 1905; she also acted in London theaters, enjoying a flourishing stage career on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.

In London she had her own theater, the Whitehall, where she had top billing in plays written by Walter Hackett, her husband. None of her productions at the Whitehall had runs shorter than 125 nights.

After appearing in a couple of Vitaphone shorts, including Success (1931) starring Jack Haley, she made her feature film debut in her late 60s in Strangers on a Train (1951), directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

The role was typical of the befuddled, nervous, and somewhat aristocratic matrons that she usually portrayed.

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From 1952-55, Lorne was seen as perpetually confused junior high school English teacher Mrs. Gurney on Mr. Peepers. From 1957鈥58, she co-starred with Joan Caulfield in the NBC sitcom Sally in the role of an elderly widow who happens to be the co-owner of a department store. Although afraid of live television, declaring “I’m a coward when it comes to a live [television] show”, 聽she was persuaded to appear a few times to promote the film The Girl Rush with Rosalind Russell in the mid-1950s.

Between 1958鈥64, she made regular appearances on The Garry Moore Show (1958鈥64). Her last role, as Aunt Clara in Bewitched, brought Lorne her widest fame as a lovable, forgetful witch who is losing her powers due to old age and whose spells usually end in disaster. Aunt Clara is obsessed with doorknobs, often bringing her collection with her on visits.

Lorne had an extensive collection of doorknobs in real life, some of which she used as props in the series.[8] Death She appeared in twenty-seven episodes of Bewitched, and was not replaced after she died of a heart attack in her Manhattan apartment, just prior to the start of production of the show’s fifth season, at the age of 84 on May 9, 1968. Lorne is buried at Ferncliff Cemetery in Greenburgh, New York.

Posthumous The producers of Bewitched recognized that Lorne’s performance as Aunt Clara could not be replicated by another actress. 聽Comedic actress Alice Ghostley was recruited to fill the gap as “Esmeralda”, a different type of befuddled witch with wobbly magic whose spells often went astray.

Coincidentally, Lorne and Ghostley had appeared side-by-side as partygoers in the iconic comedy-drama film The Graduate , made the year before Lorne’s death. 聽She received a posthumous Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her work on Bewitched. The statue was accepted by Bewitched star Elizabeth Montgomery. Personal life She was married to playwright Walter Hackett, who died in 1944. WIKIPEDIA 聽SOURCES聽 Personal life She was married to playwright Walter Hackett, who died in 1944.

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UN PRISONNIER S’EVADE DE PRISON POUR VOIR SON DENTISTE


Evenement insolite 聽survenu en 2013, cependant, il serait interessant, voire marrant, d’en parler.

Un d茅tenu s鈥檈st 茅vad茅 d鈥檜ne prison su茅doise pour faire soigner une rage de dent avant de se rendre 脿 la police, et a vu sa peine prolong茅e d鈥檜ne journ茅e.

 

prison-break

 

Le prisonnier s’茅tait 茅chapp茅 d茅but novembre de la prison de Oestragaard dans le sud-ouest de la Su猫de, deux jours avant la date de la fin de sa peine, “parce qu’il avait mal aux dents et voulait aller chez le dentiste”, ont indiqu茅 des responsables de la prison. “En sortant du dentiste il s’est rendu 脿 la police”, selon la m锚me source.
funny-dentist

funny dentist / dentiste rigolo

L’homme de 51 ans s’茅tait plaint de maux de dents aupr猫s des responsables de la prison quatre jours avant son 茅vasion de cette prison aux mesures de s茅curit茅 peu strictes. “Tout mon visage 茅tait totalement enfl茅”, a expliqu茅 ce prisonnier au quotidien su茅dois Dagens Nyheter. “A la fin je ne pouvais plus le supporter”, a-t-il ajout茅.mc3a9tiers-dentiste_humour-annc3a9es_20Sa peine, d’un mois de d茅tention 脿 l’origine, a 茅t茅 prolong茅e de 24 heures, les responsables de la prison ayant d茅cid茅 de d茅compter le jour de l’incident du temps purg茅 en prison. Le d茅tenu, qui a quitt茅 la prison depuis, a expliqu茅 au journal su茅dois qu’il 茅tait avant tout content de s’锚tre d茅barrass茅 de sa rage de dent. “Maintenant il me reste 脿 payer la note du dentiste”, a-t-il conclu.

funny dentist

Source 聽de l’article AFP 聽/ 7S7 belgique.( Reprise fait divers de 2013)

WEBRADIOSBLOG


Nous avons le plaisir de vous pr茅senter un blog qui vient de paraitre : Webradiosblog

We have the pleasure to announce the creation of a new blog : Webradiosblog

Webradio, parce qu’il s’agit de webradios qui se pr茅senteront 脿 nous: Tous les styles, tous les genres : A d茅couvrir

Cependant, la partie aussi interessante, sinon plus, c’est la partie photos et films que “vous-m锚mes” pourrez nous faire parvenir et que nous afficherons sur notre blog (avec vos noms , villes.. Si vous le souhaitez 茅videmment) Photos de vos villes, villages, d’une journ茅e pass茅e dans tel ou tel autre endroit… Vos vacances.. Bref.. des paysages, des rues, des gens dans la rue etc…

Photos et vid茅os dont vous serez vous m锚mes l’auteur 茅videmment

We are talking about webradios. Of course. But it’s also a blog which will allow us, to present all our photos, pictures taken in our city, county , country, holidays…

Photos of streets, buildings, musuems, monuments, people walking on the street.. Of course we will avoid “seflies and photos of our step mother, picture of our neighbour 馃檪 聽 or any picture of us 馃檪 聽The purpose of the blog is to present to all readers beautiful videos and photos taken by yourself ( it’s mandatory) not from “google” or “Bing” 馃檪

So come and provide us your videos and photos 聽and let our team , organize, plan, prepare an article “made by yourself”

It’s not a flicker anonymous 聽photos added album: It’s articles (you can send every week, if you want, no problem for the team)

To send photos and videos 聽/ Pour envoyer vos photos et vid茅os ( and of course some comments ( the place, location, date etc..)

Pour envoyer vos photos et vid茅os et bien 茅videmment un minimum de commentaires nous indiquant la ville, le pays, la place et 茅ventuellement l’ann茅e , de sorte 脿 les diffuser comme article

Vous nous pr茅ciserez si vous souhaitez que l’on affiche votre nom et pr茅nom ( ah oui. d茅tail: Il est imp茅ratif que vous nous fassiez parvenir , 脿 nous, 聽Satellite team, votre nom et pr茅nom ( juste pour m茅moire et pour connaitre la provenance des vid茅os photos et 茅ventuellement, si par la suite, vous nous en enverrez d’autres, nous aurons un compte 脿 votre nom au sein de la team

One more important detail: When you provide us photos and videos, we need your name ( just for our files) and it won’t be displayed with your photos on our blog. It’s for our internal management and in case, you want to provide us more photos and videos , later, we will be able to open an internal account with your name 聽: Just for our internal management as said.

Le blog est en mode de finalisation donc des changements mineurs en mati猫re de logo et ent锚te sont 脿 pr茅voir sous peu

The blog is on way to be launch officially. There is some minor change to do soon. But the essential is done and finished

Le blog en question : http://webradiosblog.wordpress.com

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CREARTLIVE


Dans le cadre de nos articles artistiques, nous aimerions vous proposer notre d茅couverte et notre joie de partager cette beaut茅.

Si vous aimez la beaut茅,

Si vous aimez l’art,

Si vous appr茅ciez les tableaux artistiques / verre acryliques

Eh bien, vous allez aimer notre d茅couverte:

Il s’agit de CREARTLIVE.

Eh oui… Faites un d茅tour et d茅couvrez ces beaut茅s artistiques.

Les photos parleront d’elles m锚mes….Nous vous dirons ensuite, comment vous faire plaisir.. Si…Si… Vous faire plaisir…. Le faites vous souvent???

Pensez y….Pensez vous faire plaisir en noyant vos regards, votre environnement dans ces beaut茅s artistiques.

Nous vous donnerons par la suite, de plus amples d茅tails pour que vous puissiez vous faire plaisir et savoir o霉, comment?

Reprenons notre pr茅sentation :

Creartlive s’est impos茅e 脿 partir d’exp茅riences positives dans le domaine de la cr茅ation en passant de la fabrication 脿 la mod茅lisation 3D.

CREARTLIVE – 聽Pour l’amour de l’Art

Marie- Jos茅 聽HAIMARD ANDREANI , de la Socit茅 HAIMARD, nous propose un style nouveau, un choix de tableaux originaux, glamour, esth茅tiques,聽 color茅s et attractifs pour embellir et d茅corer vos meubles ou vos murs.

Ces cr茅ations de grande qualit茅 artistique, fruit de milliers d’heures de travail, r茅alis茅s en conception graphique 3D refk猫tent et inspirent le bonheur, la s茅r茅nit茅, la joie de vivre

Elles apporteront 脿 vos espaces une touche in茅dite, une note personnelle et cr茅eront une ambiance.

Pr茅sentation de Mme Marie-Jos茅 HAIMARD ANDRENI 聽et de l’entreprise HAIMARD

Passionn茅s par la d茅coration, la cr茅ation et l’esth茅tique,

En 1993 Cr茅ation de la St茅 Haimard. Fabrication de luminaires en r茅sine p芒te de verre ( 19 coloris pastels ) commercialis茅s en France et 脿 l’茅tranger ( USA, Cor茅e, Portugal, Belgique, Emirats ), r茅f茅rencements nationaux et internationaux ont contribu茅 脿 une vraie r茅ussite en terme de produits.( d茅cision de cesser l’activit茅 au regard des co没ts de fabrication )聽;

Poste occup茅 par Mme Marie-Jos茅 HAIMARD ANDREANI 聽: Charg茅e de la cr茅ation et de la r茅alisation de mod猫les pour la fabrication de moules .

Mon go没t de l’esth茅tique et ma passion de cr茅er demeurent intacts聽 C’est pourquoi aujourd’hui je continue de cr茅er nous dit Marie-Jos茅

Pour entrer en contact avec la soci茅t茅? 聽 facile :聽http://creartlive-shop.com/聽 聽 聽 聽T茅l茅phone: 04 91 23 31 14

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Poursuivons notre promenade visuel pour le plaisir.

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A la fin de cet article, vous pourrez 茅couter l’annonce faite par CREATLIVE 脿 votre attention.

Avant de cloturer notre article coup de coeur:

CREARTLIVE, pr茅sent sur le website de l’entreprise certes

CREARTLIVE pr茅sent sur AMAZON.FR ( 脿 partir du 05 Mai 2015 )

CREARTLIVE 脿 votre disposition sur les pages de Mme MARIE-JOSE HAIMARD ( ANDREANI) voir plus haut pour les profils

 

Voici notre coup de coeur, article, promo…Tous les mots sont valables dans la mesure o霉 nous partageons avec vous la beaut茅 de l’art, des artistes et de leurs oeuvres.

N’h茅sitez pas 脿 vous connecter sur les sites de CREARTLIVE 聽et par la suite sur AMAZON.FR

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Remember Aunt Clara ?? Bewitched?


Marion Lorne (August 12, 1883 鈥 May 9, 1968) was an American actress of stage, film, and television. After a career in theatre in New York and London, Lorne made her first film in 1951, and for the remainder of her life, played small roles in films and television.

Her recurring role, between 1964 and her death in 1968, as Aunt Clara in the comedy series, Bewitched (1964鈥1972) brought her widespread recognition, and for which she was posthumously awarded an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. 聽

She was born Marion Lorne MacDougall in West Pittston, Pennsylvania, a small mining town halfway between Wilkes-Barre and Scranton, of Scottish and English immigrant parents. 聽While her year of birth is listed as 1885 on her tombstone, it was usually listed as 1888 when she was alive and the Social Security Death Index lists it as 1883. She studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City.

Career Lorne debuted on Broadway in 1905; she also acted in London theaters, enjoying a flourishing stage career on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.

In London she had her own theater, the Whitehall, where she had top billing in plays written by Walter Hackett, her husband. None of her productions at the Whitehall had runs shorter than 125 nights.

After appearing in a couple of Vitaphone shorts, including Success (1931) starring Jack Haley, she made her feature film debut in her late 60s in Strangers on a Train (1951), directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

The role was typical of the befuddled, nervous, and somewhat aristocratic matrons that she usually portrayed.

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From 1952-55, Lorne was seen as perpetually confused junior high school English teacher Mrs. Gurney on Mr. Peepers. From 1957鈥58, she co-starred with Joan Caulfield in the NBC sitcom Sally in the role of an elderly widow who happens to be the co-owner of a department store. Although afraid of live television, declaring “I’m a coward when it comes to a live [television] show”, 聽she was persuaded to appear a few times to promote the film The Girl Rush with Rosalind Russell in the mid-1950s.

Between 1958鈥64, she made regular appearances on The Garry Moore Show (1958鈥64). Her last role, as Aunt Clara in Bewitched, brought Lorne her widest fame as a lovable, forgetful witch who is losing her powers due to old age and whose spells usually end in disaster. Aunt Clara is obsessed with doorknobs, often bringing her collection with her on visits.

Lorne had an extensive collection of doorknobs in real life, some of which she used as props in the series.[8] Death She appeared in twenty-seven episodes of Bewitched, and was not replaced after she died of a heart attack in her Manhattan apartment, just prior to the start of production of the show’s fifth season, at the age of 84 on May 9, 1968. Lorne is buried at Ferncliff Cemetery in Greenburgh, New York.

Posthumous The producers of Bewitched recognized that Lorne’s performance as Aunt Clara could not be replicated by another actress. 聽Comedic actress Alice Ghostley was recruited to fill the gap as “Esmeralda”, a different type of befuddled witch with wobbly magic whose spells often went astray.

Coincidentally, Lorne and Ghostley had appeared side-by-side as partygoers in the iconic comedy-drama film The Graduate , made the year before Lorne’s death. 聽She received a posthumous Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her work on Bewitched. The statue was accepted by Bewitched star Elizabeth Montgomery. Personal life She was married to playwright Walter Hackett, who died in 1944. WIKIPEDIA 聽SOURCES聽 Personal life She was married to playwright Walter Hackett, who died in 1944.

Mystery…Myst猫re


Racetrack Playa is home to an enduring Death Valley mystery. Littered across the surface of this dry lake, also called a 鈥減laya,鈥 are hundreds of rocks 鈥 some weighing as much as 320 kilograms (700 pounds) 鈥 that seem to have been dragged across the ground, leaving synchronized trails that can stretch for hundreds of meters.Death_Valley

What powerful force could be moving them? Researchers have investigated this question since the 1940s, but no one has seen the process in action 鈥 until now.

In a paper published in the journal PLOS ONE on Aug. 27, a team led by Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, paleobiologist Richard Norris reports on first-hand observations of the phenomenon.

Because the stones can sit for a decade or more without moving, the researchers did not originally expect to see motion in person. Instead, they decided to monitor the rocks remotely by installing a high-resolution weather station capable of measuring gusts to one-second intervals and fitting 15 rocks with custom-built, motion-activated GPS units. (The National Park Service would not let them use native rocks, so they brought in similar rocks from an outside source.) The experiment was set up in winter 2011 with permission of the Park Service. Then 鈥 in what Ralph Lorenz of the Applied Physics Laboratory at the Johns Hopkins University, one of the paper鈥檚 authors, suspected would be聽 鈥渢he most boring experiment ever鈥 鈥 they waited for something to happen.

But in December 2013, Norris and co-author and cousin Jim Norris arrived in Death Valley to discover that the playa was covered with a pond of water seven centimeters (three inches) deep. Shortly after, the rocks began moving.

Sailing StonesDeathValley

‘Element of luck’

鈥淪cience sometimes has an element of luck,鈥 Richard Norris said. 鈥淲e expected to wait five or 10 years without anything moving, but only two years into the project, we just happened to be there at the right time to see it happen in person.鈥

Their observations show that moving the rocks requires a rare combination of events. First, the playa fills with water, which must be deep enough to form floating ice during cold winter nights but shallow enough to expose the rocks. As nighttime temperatures plummet, the pond freezes to form thin sheets of 鈥渨indowpane鈥 ice, which must be thin enough to move freely but thick enough to maintain strength. On sunny days, the ice begins to melt and break up into large floating panels, which light winds drive across the playa, pushing rocks in front of them and leaving trails in the soft mud below the surface.

鈥淥n Dec. 21, 2013, ice breakup happened just around noon, with popping and cracking sounds coming from all over the frozen pond surface,鈥 said Richard Norris. 鈥淚 said to Jim, 鈥楾his is it!鈥欌Sailing stones2

These observations upended previous theories that had proposed hurricane-force winds, dust devils, slick algal films, or thick sheets of ice as likely contributors to rock motion. Instead, rocks moved under light winds of about 3-5 meters per second (10 miles per hour) and were driven by ice less than 3-5 millimeters (0.25 inches) thick, a measure too thin to grip large rocks and lift them off the playa, which several papers had proposed as a mechanism to reduce friction. Further, the rocks moved only a few inches per second (2-6 meters per minute), a speed that is almost imperceptible at a distance and without stationary reference points.

鈥淚t鈥檚 possible that tourists have actually seen this happening without realizing it,鈥 said Jim Norris of the engineering firm Interwoof in Santa Barbara. 鈥淚t is really tough to gauge that a rock is in motion if all the rocks around it are also moving.鈥

Individual rocks remained in motion for anywhere from a few seconds to 16 minutes. In one event, the researchers observed rocks three football fields apart began moving simultaneously and traveled over 60 meters (200 feet) before stopping. Rocks often moved multiple times before reaching their final resting place. The researchers also observed rock-less trails formed by grounding ice panels 鈥 features that the Park Service had previously suspected were the result of tourists stealing rocks.

Rare events

鈥淭he last suspected movement was in 2006, and so rocks may move only about one millionth of the time,鈥 said Lorenz. 鈥淭here is also evidence that the frequency of rock movement, which seems to require cold nights to form ice, may have declined since the 1970s due to climate change.鈥

Richard and Jim Norris, and co-author Jib Ray of Interwoof, started studying the Racetrack鈥檚 moving rocks to solve the 鈥減ublic mystery鈥 and set up the 鈥淪lithering Stones Research Initiative鈥 to engage a wide circle of friends in the effort. They needed the help of volunteers who repeatedly visited the remote dry lake, quarried the rocks that were fitted with GPS, and maintained custom-made instruments. Lorenz and Brian Jackson of the Department of Physics at Boise State University started working on the phenomenon for their own reasons: They wanted to study dust devils and other desert weather features that might have analogs to processes happening on other planets.

sailingrocks02鈥淲hat is striking about prior research on the Racetrack is that almost everybody was doing the work not to gain fame or fortune, but because it is such a neat problem,鈥 said Jim Norris.

So is the mystery of the sliding rocks finally solved?

鈥淲e documented five movement events in the two and a half months the pond existed and some involved hundreds of rocks,鈥 says Richard Norris. 鈥淪o we have seen that even in Death Valley, famous for its heat, floating ice is a powerful force in rock motion. But we have not seen the really big boys move out there鈥.Does that work the same way?鈥

Article taken from

Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego

University of california.

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