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Monthly Archive for October, 2011

Fitzg’s Journeys – Hallowe’en

It’s time for another Fitzg’s Journeys.  This time it’s all about Hallowe’en.  OoOOoOo… If you have trouble with iFrame, the bigger viewer is here on Google Docs.    

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Last week, a commenter shared a video: Carrie Underwood and Vince Gill singing How Great Thou Art.  I’m not one for country and western music, but this rendition blew me away.  How Great Thou Art is a Christian hymn set to Swedish folk music.  Carl Gustav Boberg composed it in Sweden in 1885.  A British missionary translated […]

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Here is something surreal.  Because I love strings, I trolled YouTube and fell across this incredible performance by violin virtuoso David Garrett.  Garrett is an international German/American violinist who started as a four year old prodigy.  He’s the best looking musician I’ve ever seen and understandable a young heartthrob.  Garrett determined to set a new Guinness Book […]

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It’s Foolish Friday again and I’m back with the best objectification the internet has to offer.  Today we study what a casting director remarked upon: the perfect six pack.  It seemed a nice extension of last week’s pec lecture.  That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. Here is an example.  Lee does sport some […]

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Because Winston has been giving me particular grief this week, a friend called to amuse me with a scenario: Richard Armitage’s secretary calls saying he needs me to come to Wellington immediately.  (I must have passed all the psych and background checks. Amazing.)  Supposedly a good position worth my while awaits.  But then David Tennant’s […]

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[I’m telling this story because it represents my background in fandom spanning a period of almost 20 years.  All observations and opinions stated are mine alone. This post has been months in the making because it’s been so difficult to articulate and pen.   It’s important to know this background so Dear Reader can understand […]

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Creativity! Color Drawings 4

My new-found creativity is costing me money.  I was using graphite pencils drawing a certain actor when I had the urge to see him in color. Back I headed to the arts supply store for color pencils and a few how-to books.  These books were a rude awakening.  A color pencil was not the same as a […]

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Fitzg’s Journeys returns today with another intriguing post – Richard & William. If you can’t see iFrame, click here for the bigger viewer at Google Docs.  

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Earlier this week, a neighbor and I came upon a little sparrow lying on the ground.  It twitched and twitched and we couldn’t tell if he stunned from the wind or poisoned (which had been known to happen). Neither of us had the heart to put it out of its misery and hoped it was […]

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As you may know, I’m a fan of videos in which the artist sings/plays against himself.  A chatter in ArmitageWorld brought my attention to this amazing video by Jason Yang.  He uses an electronic violin to play all the parts for the theme of Game of Thrones. Enjoy.  

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