This Friday the Lady Gaga documentary "Five Foot Two" will be available on Netflix. Watched this preview today. It seems like she has been through some pretty emotional drama brought on by her fame. Also looks like there will be fun funny stuff. Watch all the way to the end for that :) VIDEO
Last night was the third part of a 10 part Ken Burn's Vietnam series on PBS. I missed the first episode but have seen the 2nd & 3rd episodes. Last night the Crocker family from Saratoga Springs was featured prominently and I am pretty sure they will probably be on this evening's episode. Their song Mogie served went into army in his teens. There was even a scene where the family recorded video a Christmas message for him in about 1965 on WTEN.
It's been at least a week since I last thought about a Platypus. I stumbled onto this website that said "18 Adorable Baby Animals You've Probably Have Never Seen". How could I not click? Here are my findings. First I didn't think it was possible for Sloth's to get cuter but I was wrong. Second the baby Platypuses...or is that Platypie...look so soft & fuzzy!
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Selecting a term
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