Venting the Random
So I had a really random thought while I was helping my mom make dinner. You know Rudolph the red nosed reindeer right? Well would his nose be considered a disability? 12 more words
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On at least two different occasions Rudy Giuliani did drag skits, one for the Mayor’s Annual Inner Circle Press Roast in 1997 with Julie Andrews, who at that time was starring on Broadway in Victor Victoria - 26 more words
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We took a day to recover from our awesome trip before we did the rest of Christmas back in LA.
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Les architectes vus par les photographes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Architects Seen By Photographers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [A blog of PFRunnerPhotographe(r)]
Photographe non mentionné | Unknown photographer
Paul Rudolph (1918-1997) wa s an American architect. He studied at Harvard with Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius, to become a member of Brutalist style architects.
“According to the song, Rudolph’s nose is shiny, which means it reflects rather than emits light. Useless for navigating fog.” Neil deGrasse Tyson.
After 65 years I’m finding out Gene Autry lied to me. 9 more words
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GS1: “Hey, Grandma, there’s a Rudolph deer in the garage,” GS1 announced this week.
Me: “Yes, honey, the firemen returned it.”
GS1: “The firemen?”
Me: “uh-huh…they needed a deer for their Christmas parade and asked Papa if they could borrow him.” 115 more words
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