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Are you willing to allow the possibility of an unrecognizable new world?

“I signed up for the Olympics of internal freedom and happiness.”—Grace Bell


Will Smith once said that all successful people have the delusional quality of believing something different can happen. 786 more words

@VPACatCSUN @Doc_Severinsen April 2

My daily post theme for 2017 is on Colleges and Universities.

The plan for starting my blog back in 2014 was at the urging of fellow coaching colleagues to share posts on leadership and/or motivation.  318 more words

Universities And Colleges

Nine Lives...Nine Days, Day One

On March 1, 2017, my life changed.

I would like to say that my life changed because Ed McMahon came back from the grave and awarded me that big Publisher’s Clearing House check, with the balloons…and that I answered the door in my robe, with makeup perfectly done, squealing with excitement! 843 more words

Hospital

March 2, 1977 Heeeere's Johnny

With Jack Parr about to sign off the “Tonight Show” for the last time, NBC executives were anxious to find a replacement. Bob Newhart, Jackie Gleason, Groucho Marx, and Joey Bishop all declined the opportunity, when a United States Navy veteran, amateur magician and amateur boxer with a 10/0 record agreed to take the job. 723 more words

History

Eccentric Engineer 1976

 

Universal Television / NBC

The Adventure of the Eccentric Engineer was an episode during NBC’s one season of the Ellery Queen television show from 1975-1976. Making a cameo (he gets bumped off right away) is… 577 more words

Mr. Budweiser

The showbiz nickname of announcer Ed McMahon, the co-host of THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JOHNNY CARSON/NBC/1962-92. McMahon was the commercial spokesman for the Anheuser-Busch Company for some 40 years. 425 more words

Showbiz Nicknames

The seventies

Saw a Tonight Show late last night from the late seventies. My god look at those ties my wife said. Johnny Carson was uptight, mildly paranoid, his timing off, the monologue died in a series of unfunny Jimmy Carter jokes. 454 more words

Television