Back in August, 2011, Eli Manning caused a stir when asked if he considered himself in the Top 5 quarterbacks in the NFL. That would mean being in same class as premier quarterbacks such as Tom Brady and Eli’s big brother, Peyton. Eli confidently answered “yes”, even if he didn’t have the statistics, records, record, and Super Bowls as Tom and some others did, though Eli did have one… and it was over Brady.
Would it be appropriate to wish all the Potterheads out there Happy Harry Potter Movie Day knowing It All Ends Here with the last of the Harry Potter movie installments?
Do you really believe this will really be it given all its successes?
That’s a debate for some other time, but in the meanwhile, here are some Harry Potter 7, Deathly Hallows Part 2 wallpapers for the iPad and iPad2 (same screen size). There are lots of HP 7-2 wallpapers out there, but not many for the iPad. Why? I don’t know. Maybe there isn’t a lot of demand for some. But in case there is, below are some properly designed iPad wallpapers that are 1024 x 1024 pixels.
I’ll be back Sunday with a whole slew of HP 7-2 wallpapers for all other monitor sizes.
Btw, why aren’t there promotional graphics for characters like Albus Dumbledore and Luna Lovegood?
Enjoy! And tell me how you liked the movie cause I have to watch HP 1 to 7-1 first. 🙂
I’m a Canadian and I want a Canadian team to win the Stanley Cup since we’re overdue. However, the way the Canucks are playing, I’m almost feeling they don’t deserve it. Not the way Canadians play hockey!
Seriously, after six games and the series tied at three games apiece, Vancouver has led for less than 33 minutes.
Vancouver has been outscored more than 2 to 1! As the league’s top offensive team with 262 goals during the regular season, the Canucks have all of 8 goals scored to show for it. Boston, meanwhile, has scored 19 goals against the league’s top defensive team that only allowed 185 goals all season.
Vancouver has also “out dived” Boston. Vancouver has faked falls, and in Game 6, they faked scoring a goal. Despite a loud “ping” off the post, and no goal light going off, Jannik Hansen acted like the Canucks just scored and stopped the game.
This is a song that’s definitely harder to learn to sing than to play, mostly because of the high vocal range required at the end. I found a very nice fan video for it, with the original recording to which I created my guitar and ukulele tabs.
These tabs all fit on one page to avoid the inconvenience of page turns. However, the letter size tabs (8.5″ x 11″) may be too small for your eyes. If so, you can either enlarge to tabloid size (11″ x 17″) using an automatic enlarge feature on many photocopiers, or download the tabloid sized versions for printing. The tabloid size tabs can be inserted into a typical letter sized binder on the 11″ size, and folded almost in half to fit. You just open each tab to use it.
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I’ve tried to put a strumming filler between verses like in the song with the main chords and slight modifications of them. You strum to the rhythm of the phrase, one stroke for each note and resting when there is a rest. It would only take you a few minutes to figure it out and once you do, it wouldn’t be very hard to play because I’m not trying to show off any skills here. I’m just trying to avoid gaping holes in the song played by one person and one instrument when there doesn’t need to be such a gap.
The capitalized letter of the song notes are meant to be an octave higher than the notes with non-capitalized letters. The ending, as you can hear on the song, is very high. Most guys will have to use falsetto to sing this, but give it a go.
Don’t snap your vocal chords, though! 🙂
Flesch-Kincaid Grade Reading Level: 7.4