This Happy New Yorker Shares The Love, One High-Five At A Time


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Never underestimate the positive power of an unexpected high-five.

Brooklyn, New York, resident Meir Kalmanson, an actor and filmmaker, prides himself on being able to brighten the lives of the people around him — even if he doesn’t know them personally. In his latest YouTube video, Kalmanson runs through the streets of New York City, high-fiving every outstretched hand of people attempting to hail taxis — and their reactions are priceless.

If you’re in need of a pick-me-up today, we dare you to watch all 86 seconds of this “High Five New York” mashup below and try not to smile.

We bet you couldn’t do it!


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The J.U.D.G.E…


Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings

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“Wild Paint”

New Mixed Media Art Painting

Sharon Cummings

2014

I am not horsing around today.  Instead I am posting a tribute to a beautiful animal who brought my late Father a lot of love and joy.  His name is “Judge” and he spends his days now roaming new pastures with another human caring for him. Unfortunately, when my Dad passed away a few years ago, my Mother was unable to keep up the farm including their 5 horses.  But I am comforted by memories today…

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Colorful Horse Art Prints

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Hey Musicians! Want to be featured as an Autumn Eargasm?


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Starting October 15th I’m going to post  an eargasm a day of an up and coming artist for 30 days straight. If you are or know a musician that would like to be featured, leave a link of your/his/her/their music on my facebook (I check this first and more often) or  in the comments here on word press. There are no genre or style restrictions, the only requirement is it makes the ear cum with delight! he he 😉

P.S. SUPPORT INDIE MUSIC

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Half-Dozen Cases Before The Supreme Court That You Should Be Watching


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6 Key Supreme Court Cases This Term

” If you use Facebook, pay taxes, enjoy fishing or drive a car, the 2014-2015 term of the Supreme Court, which begins Oct. 6, will be worth watching.

  Many of the cases from the last term touched on issues such as executive power, religious liberty, free speech and racial preferences.

Here are highlights of the upcoming term:

  To hear about all these cases and how the term may unfold, join us at Heritage for our annual Supreme Court Preview on Thursday at noon (or watch online). Legal luminaries Paul Clement and Michael Carvin will discuss the big cases of the upcoming term.”

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