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Episode 71: Reality TV Homework Report


In this episode, we discuss the reality TV shows we watched after our Episode 70 conversation with @bookavore. Sadly, no cookies were made as a result. 74 more words


Lifestyles of the Rich and Doug!

Today I thought I’d feature a four minute vintage clip of Doug and Debby on the classic 1980s program “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.” What’s cool about it is that it gives us a glimpse not only into Doug’s home, but his famed workshop where many of his illusions were developed.  53 more words

Doug Henning

Behind the magic curtain-my version of events!

When the day starts with me getting my make-up done sitting next to Susie Dent (as the commoners know her), I know I’m on to a good thing. 322 more words

Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous!

I'm sorry that extended quality time with J♥e has interfered with my blog updates. Well, actually, I'm not sorry at all, who am I kidding?

From our iconic mid-century LA compound.
January 27th, 2015.


My thoughts go out to you, sad little readers who’ve been waiting with bated breath for another update regarding my totally narcissistic, useless life of Caligula-style debauchery. 1,074 more words


The Residence of George Burns & Gracie Allen for No Good Reason

Found a postcard. Look at that palatial mansion! Boy, these celebrities sure live high on the hog. They’ve got an attached garage!!!!!

In Beverly Hills, CA, in what? 22 more words

What Is It Now??

Whitefern - VC Andrews

Whitefern, the long-awaited 2016 sequel to the 1982 My Sweet Audrina, takes place following the death of Audrina’s father, Adrian. It turns out Adrian left controlling interest of his company to Audrina, much to the consternation of her husband, Arden. 414 more words

Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous

How Socrates Taught Me to Trust Jesus With My Money

Growing up as a preacher’s kid, the importance of tithing eluded me. My tithe money to the church would help pay the salary of my dad, who would then give me money for allowance, from which I would then tithe, which would pay for the salary of my dad… To my young and self-absorbed mind, it seemed like an unnecessary financial loop. 870 more words

Thank You Jesus For These Pop Tarts