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Today in Grateful Dead History: June 8, 1980 - Folsom Field, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

Billed as the Grateful Dead’s 15th anniversary show, this gem from Boulder starts out with a twenty minute bang – Uncle John’s Band>Playing In The Band>Uncle John’s Band… 180 more words

Grateful Dead

Earworm Wednesday: Ashley Cleveland Samson & Delilah

I came across Ashley Cleveland totally by accident. I can’t remember when I first heard her song “Henry doesn’t care” but I was enchanted by that voice. 34 more words


CA3 & LYC acrobalance- 23rd October

Today we attempted a transition which I learned from Mimosa earlier this week- from Samson & Delilah to front angel. Needless to say, it was less successful than shown below when I tried to demonstrate this by basing Lydia. 132 more words

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GPGP 9/2/2014 2nd Anniversary Show

umm John and Judge Lewwwy celebrate 2 years on the air!

Great Pacific Garbage Patch 9/2/2014 Part 1

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GPGP Radio Intro… 221 more words

Beyond Words : Non Verbal Communication in Samson and Delilah

One of the most puzzling elements in Thornton’s movie is the almost complete nonexistence of dialogue. Still, the absence of spoken words is counterbalanced by the use of a wide range of other means of communication, such as gestures, actions, gazes and sign language; an alternative range of communication means very popular in Aboriginal culture. 1,443 more words


More than Just a Haircut: Aboriginal Mourning Rituals in Samson and Delilah

Setting an atypical love story between two adolescents in a modern Aboriginal community, the multi-award winning Australian movie gives a special insight into this people’s traditional behaviour and ceremonies. 1,084 more words


One of the Best Love Stories Cinema Has Offered Us - and No, Richard Curtis Did Not Have His Finger in the Pie

With Samson and Delilah, Warwick Thornton has created a slow-paced romance that shows the blossoming relationship of a young Aboriginal couple and at the same time, quite plainly, the hardships that many of Australia’s indigenous people have to undergo. 947 more words