Wednesday, September 30, 2009

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Ennio Marchetto,
 is a world renowned and awarded comedian who has created his own theatrical language mixing mime, dance, music and quick change costumes made out of card-board and paper. In 18 years, Ennio has performed in over 70 countries for more than a million people. His show has received numerous awards and international critical acclaim! 
PS.....He is from Italia . He does impressions of stars and singers using
These paper costumes that transform him from one person into another. He is so much fun to watch!!

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 Now on this blog [for the thinking person] I will add bits of knowledge  why we are we.  You shall be free to agree or if it is senseless to you by all means disagree. That is what it means being an American in these unigue United States.

Did you know? Were you aware? In 1632, Galileo wrote the Dialog Concerning the Two Chief World Systems, which was a comparison of the ancient Greeks’ theories (Aristotle’s and Ptolemy’s) and the theories he agreed with (Nickolaus Copernicus’.) Galileo was summoned to Rome again to be judged on purposely disobeying the church’s teachings. This time, he was found guilty. He was punished by being sentenced to life in prison. Galileo was 70 at the time and in poor health, so he was allowed to serve his sentence in his home in Florence, Italy. He went blind while imprisoned at home. However, that didn’t stop Galileo from completing his second masterpiece, Discourse on Two New Sciences, which is his theory of motion. Then, in 1642, at the age of 78, Galileo Galilee died.
Over the centuries, the Vatican has tried, often grudgingly and always in vain, to correct its Galileo gaffe. It began to allow some of his works to be published in 1718. It abandoned the last vestiges of its opposition to the idea that the Earth revolves around the sun in 1835, when it removed all works advocating heliocentrism from its index of banned books. Pope John Paul II in 1992 (350 years after) expressed regret over what he called a "tragic mutual incomprehension." Today, the church insists it has no problem at all with modern science, and even science fiction. In May, for example, the Vatican's chief astronomer declared that Christian theology can accommodate the possible existence of extraterrestrials. The Bible, he said, "is not a science book." And what do we learn from this? We learn that writings and rigid religion laws in order to survive their trickery must follow, even unwillingly, the natural law of evolution (change) in order for them to survive and keep their followers and collection plates full.  Understand when the great amount of currentcy  annually presenting itself from thousands of sorces (never really mentioned), the large amount helping the charitleble causes would in relationship become a pitiful sum.


Overheard the following coming from a close booth to me while dining out. The man had a booming voice and was speaking to his party via a cell phone. Listen in:

Five years ago my wife and I moved into a retirement development on Florida's Southeast coast.  We are living in the Delray/Boca/ Boynton Golf, Spa, Bath and Tennis Club on Lake Fake-a-hachee.  There are 30,000 lakes in Florida , only three are real.
Our biggest retirement concern was time management.  What were we going to do all day?  Let me assure you, passing the time is not a problem.
Your days will be eaten up by simple, daily activities.  Just getting out of your car takes 15 minutes.  Trying to find where you parked takes 20 minutes.  It takes 1/2 hour on the check-out line in Wal-Mart and 1 hour to return the item the next day. 
Let me take you through a typical day.  We get up at 5:00 AM, have a quick breakfast and join the early morning Walk and Talk Club.  There are about 30 of us and rain or shine we walk around the streets, all talking at once.  Every development has some late risers who stay in bed until 6 AM.  After a nimble walk avoiding irate drivers out to make us road kill, we go back home, shower and change for the next activity.
My wife goes directly to the pool for her underwater Pilate"s class, followed by gasping for breath and CPR.  I put on my 'Ask me about my Grandchildren' T-shirt, my plaid mid-calf shorts, my black socks and sandals and go to the clubhouse lobby for a nice nap. 
Before you know it, it's time for lunch.  We go to Costco, or Sam's Club to partake of the many tasty samples dispensed by ladies in white hair nets.  All free!  After a filling lunch, if we don't have any doctor appointments, we might go to the flea market to see if any new white belts have come in or to buy a Rolex watch for $2.00-- a pilot's dream!.
We're usually back home by 2 PM to get ready for dinner.  People start lining up for the early bird special about 3 PM, but we get there by 3:45 because we're late eaters.  The dinners are very popular because of the large portions they serve.  You can take home enough food for the next day's lunch and dinner, including extra bread, crackers, packets of mustard, relish, ketchup and Sweet-and-Low along with mints.
At 5:30 we're home ready to watch the 6 o'clock news.  By 6:30 we're fast asleep.  Then we get up and make 5 or 6 trips to the bathroom during the night and it's time to get up and start a new day all over again.
Doctor related activities eat up most of your retirement time.  I enjoy reading old magazines in sub zero temperatures in the waiting room, so I don't mind.  Calling for test results also help the days fly by.  It takes at least half an hour just getting through the doctor's phone menu.  Then there's the hold time until you're connected to the right party.  Sometimes they forget you're holding, and the whole office goes off to lunch.

Should you find you still have time on your hands, volunteering provides a rewarding opportunity to help the less fortunate.   Florida has the largest concentration of seniors under five feet and they need our help.  I myself am a volunteer for 'The Vertically Challenged Over 80.' I coach their basketball team, The Arthritic Avengers.  The hoop is only 4 1/2 feet from the floor.  You should see the look of confidence on their faces when they make a slam dunk.
Food shopping is a problem for short seniors or 'bottom feeders' as we call them because they can't reach the items on the upper shelves.
There are many foods they've never tasted. After shopping, most seniors can't remember where they parked their cars and wander the parking lot for hours while their food defrosts.
Lastly, it's important to choose a development with an impressive name.  Italian names are very popular in Florida .  They convey world traveler, uppity sophistication and wealth.  Where would you rather live...   Murray 's Condos or the Lakes of Venice ?  There's no difference. They're both owned by Murray who happens to be a cheap bastard.
I hope this material has been of help to you future retirees.  If I can be of any further assistance; please look me up when you're in Florida ..  I live in The Leaning Condos of Pisa in Boynton Beach. As he was saying goodbye the Tele in the restaurant just started the song below .

Enjoy Time to say Goodbye with Sarah and Andrea. If you click the second button from the bottom right of opened screen  you can enjoy Full Screen. Really Spellbinding. Disproves the Atheist theory that we do not have a soul.

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