When someone doubts your ability to succeed,
ask them to expand their imagination
Improve When Satisfied Quote
It can be just as hard
to improve when satisfied
as when in despair
Share a Disney Star Wars Mash-up
The Walt Disney Co. recently bought Lucasfilms from George Lucas for $4.05 billion (Yahoo! as in the site of the article, not my reaction). Some people were thrilled since they’ve been lambasting George Lucas for everything he’s done post the original Star Wars Trilogy. Others thought there was a great disturbance in the force.
We’ll have to see how it’ll all turn out with time, but I can tell you the first good thing that has come of the transaction is the Disney-Star Wars mash-ups immediately found in the Twitterverse (#DisneyStarWars hash tag) and other places.
Some of the best ones I’ve seen are below, but I want to hear more so if you’ve heard of others, or came up with one of your own, please do share by leaving a comment! Continue reading
Have You Heard Louis Armstrong and Danny Kaye Singing When the Saints Go Marching In?
When the Saints Go Marching In is an American gospel tune that is very popular and been interpreted in many genres and by many artists. If you know the song, quickly think what’s the best version you’ve ever heard. If it isn’t the one done by Louis Armstrong and Danny Kaye like the title of this post, have a listen in the video below and tell me you’ve heard a better version.
No. Seriously. Do tell me in the comments at the bottom if you like another version better. I’d love to hear it. Whether I agree or not isn’t the point, really. I want to hear all the variations of that tune. But right now, this one is far above the rest in my opinion, and I am posting it to share it with you in case you haven’t heard it.
“You Know It Was a Good Year When” Facebook Status Challenge
There aren’t many days left in 2011 as I write this. To appreciate it, I’m going to post a Facebook status each day that starts with
- You know it was a good year when
and ends with a reason why it was a good year. Why?