The Best Beginning Of A Trip Can Be Flying

It may be not easy in the first part of any journey to travelers. After arriving at your destination, you will have fun, yet you will realize that everything will be soon over. When thinking about the hassle and comparing it to a very long journey, perhaps you will not feel worth it. A long plane trip will be difficult for you to choose to stay home in order to prevent all problems which may arise.


Flying is not one of the things most people like to do. Some people, however, may enjoy the aspect of being high in the sky and looking at the ground from way above in the clouds. Typically, it is a hassle to fly to another place. When you book a flight you need to plan ahead so your ticket times reflect your schedule and the schedule of people you are going to meet or what you have to do when you get there. You can only pack certain items in bags or suitcases, which can sometimes be lost along the way. You may have to arrive at the airport way before your scheduled time to wait for a flight and if it is canceled or delayed, you’ll have to wait longer.


To make things worse, when you are on the plane you will have to sit close to others in tight conditions with the hope that nobody wants to engage in a conversation. Although these situations make it dreadful to fly, there are a few things you can do to make your time more enjoyable. What you want to do here is keep yourself in good spirits and make sure that the other people are busy with something else.


Although it can be unbearable to sit on a plane in crowded conditions it is sometimes even more annoying to wait in an airport with nothing to do. Stores and shops inside the airport or near it provide you with something to do. You will want to keep busy so that you don’t think about your difficult time flying. The trick is to think about what you can do other than tote your things wherever you venture to.


With so much technology in the palm of your hand, there really is no excuse to get bored anymore. There is plenty to do. Even if you aren’t just looking to stay entertained, bringing your last minute work to keep you busy is easier than ever. With laptops and WiFi available almost anywhere, it has never been easier to stay connected and keep everything moving along.


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A Blonde View of Life – a Book of Excellent Humor in Poetry at Its Best!

This is what I classify as a funny and happy-type poetry book. It’s packed with humor and is written by a wonderful blonde who jokes about herself. Daveda Gruber, is a sensational author and poet of numerous volumes of poetry. She is beautiful, witty, and full of charm, which will become very obvious while reading this excellent poetic volume, “A Blonde View Of Life.”

Daveda starts the book with an exceptional poem, “A Yellow Rose,”  written in the Quatrain format. It speaks highly about meeting her husband, Sonny, who is from Pennsylvania, when he travelled to Montreal, Canada to meet her for the first time.

You will crack up while reading her series of poems, “Gym Bag on Fire,” regarding buying underwear for her ex-husband, Jerry, who is a lawyer. Apparently, he had left his gym bag on the stove top with a variety of his underwear inside and the bag burned to ashes. The irony is that she had to buy him several new sets of American underwear, while accompanied by her now husband, Sonny, at her side in the store. HA! This is really a funny poem.

While reading, check out her poem, “A Blonde Moment.” It will have you in stitches from laughing. In the last stanza she states, “I am a dumb blonde honey; it seems that Jerry still owes me money (referring to her ex-husband the lawyer).”

Her articulation and personification of inanimate objects will get you moving in the following poems: “I am a Jockstrap,” “Life as a G-String,” “I am a Sock,” “I am a Bra,” and others. She brings these non-life pieces of clothing to life in her poems while telling detailed stories with vivid images.

Reading about famous people is like a “Who’s Who in American Society.” Catch her with these famous people: President Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary; John Lennon the singer, and his wife, Yoko Ono; Oprah Winfrey (talk show host); Scotty from Star Wars, beaming her up; and Tiger Wood, the golf pro. Don’t forget that she is also an avid golfer; therefore, if you’re on the golf course and hear someone yell, “FORE,” don’t forget to take cover. Additionally, she is a Scorpio; therefore, take some bug juice with you. Haha! This is so much fun writing about my dear friend and poetess.

Daveda gives tribute to her dear and precious mother, who still resides in Montreal, Canada, in the following poems: “July Ninth or Tenth,” regarding her exact date of birth, and “Happy Mother’s Day” in the forms of a Quatrain for the former, and Double Etheree poem for the latter. She also renders tribute on her sisters in “Three Ballerinas.” They are really cute!

She uses the Rhyming Couplet form to place her loving husband, Sonny, in the spotlight. Additionally, her use of the Epigram form is very witty in articulating the essence of their love. Don’t forget the brown fluffy poodle pup, “Lady Godiva,” I bet she eats nice dark chocolate candy.

Daveda speaks of her breasts in a humorous manner with a series of poems. She refers to how she has had breast reduction, and how her breasts have grown back to be magnets for men’s eyes.  This is a really funny and humorous section.

She has a variety of pictures throughput the book, which makes the pages catching to the eyes. Several of the pictures show her beauty, husband, mother, sisters, and many more. Several motifs are also prominent.

Over all, this is an excellent poetry volume written in a story format using a variety of poetry forms. It’s humorous as poetry should be, intriguing, and inspirational.

Obtaining and reading this book,”A Blonde View of Life,” should be a special treat. Her website is: or

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Joseph S. Spence, Sr., is the co-author of two poetry books, A Trilogy of Poetry, Prose and Thoughts for the Mind, Body and Soul, and Trilogy Moments for the Mind, Body and Soul. He invented the Epulaeryu poetry form, which focuses on succulent cuisines and drinks. He is published in various forums, including the World Haiku Association; Milwaukee Area Technical College, Phoenix Magazine; and Taj Mahal Review. Joseph is a Goodwill Ambassador for the state of Arkansas, USA, and is an adjunct faculty at Milwaukee Area Technical College. He has completed over twenty years of service with the U.S. Army.

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My Five Best Bob Dylan Songs of All Time

Bob Dylan is an iconic singer-songwriter who helped to make America stand up and think about the music they were listening to throughout the last four decades. He is a bard and storyteller of American culture using the guitar, harmonica, and piano as his tools of trade. Known for his nasal-voice, Dylan actually strived for that by emulating an early influence in Woody Guthrie. Bob Dylan has written hundreds of songs over the past 45+ years. While this list could be done over and over, my favorite five are below.

1. Masters of War: The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan (1963) Arguably one of Bob Dylan’s greatest social commentaries, Masters of War has an endless appeal because it can be used for any time. Dylan has claimed that this song is not an anti-war song more than it is a pro-pacifism song. When he wrote the song, he was referring to Eisenhower’s “military-industrial complex”. The song is based off of an old English folk song from the late medieval ages called, Nottamun Town. Dylan picked up from popular tune in Appalachia and changed the lyrics to fit his own sound.

2. Desolation Row: Highway 61 Revisited (1965) This song, coming in at more than 11 minutes, was the last track on this album and the only one to not to feature an electric guitar. Dylan states that this song is a minstrel song fashioned after the carnival singers in blackface that he had seen. The lyrics provide a warning to people that society is heading towards Armageddon at the height of the Cold War. The title of the song is a mish-mash of two counterculture favorite novels: Desolation Angels (Jack Kerouac) and Cannery Row (John Steinbeck). Although, it has also been referenced that Dylan took T.S. Eliot’s (mentioned in the song) The Waste Land as an inspiration. It includes religious, popular culture and Shakespearian references to explain the madness of America in the mid-sixties.

3. Subterranean Homesick Blues: Bringing It All Back Home (1965) This was Dylan’s first top 40 Billboard Hit (#39) and one of his first electric guitar songs. It seems like Dylan was obsessed with Jack Kerouac during 1964 and 1965, since this song probably takes its name from Kerouac’s 1958 novel, The Subterraneans, about the Beat culture in New York City. The song is interesting in the fact that it shows how some youth were joining the emerging counterculture while others were following the establishment in altering verses, yet makes them realize at the end that they are all in the same boat.

4. Like A Rolling Stone: Single (1965) One of Bob Dylan’s most recognizable songs, was first released as a single and then put onto the album Highway 61 Revisited. Of all of his songs, this one cemented his place in the popular music world moving him beyond his folksy roots. The basis of this song came from a short story Dylan had written. The song is about class division of a rich woman and a poor man (“Napoleon in rags”) who have each fallen from the graces of upper society because they failed to see what was going on around him. Dylan is explaining that if you aren’t aware of your surroundings, you too, can fall off your high horse into destruction.

5. Visions of Johanna: Blonde on Blonde (1966) The originally title of this song was, Seems Like A Freeze Out, and was probably a reference to Joan Baez, who Dylan was dating at the time. The lyrics seem to be somewhat autobiographical of Dylan’s life in entering New York City and his relationships there. The “visions” are related in lyrical form as wisp-like memories go through the singer’s mind as he is remembering her.

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Best Halloween Horror Songs

Only one day to go Halloween festival, people all over the world are eager to welcome this even, especially the young. Halloween preparation including gifts, costumes, pumpkins, lights, etc, may be ready. However, Halloween atmosphere may not be filled without some horror songs. Let’s share the rhythm of “Thriller”, “Highway to Hell” or “Dragula” with your friends and family.


“Thriller” – Michael Jackson

“Thriller” is the remarkable song performed by Pop King Michael Jackson and its album became a phenomenon at that moment. The song is the ultimate Halloween anthem while the video is probably even more renowned then the song and it hasn\’t lost its powers of shock and suspense in the last 25 years.


“Thriller” is among the world\’s biggest selling albums of all time


One scene in the video clip


Michael Jackson acted as “ghost”



“Highway to Hell” – AC/DC

“Highway to Hell” is the opening track and title of AC/DC\’s album in 1979. The song was written by Bon Scott, Angus Young and Malcolm Young while the main guitar riff was created by Angus Young. It is considered to be one of the most famous songs in rock history. In 2009, “Highway to Hell”, won the “Most Played Australian Work Overseas” category at the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) Awards.


The poster of “Highway to Hell”


The men of AC/DC


It is also a Halloween music gift because its lyrics seem to be horrific “I\’m on a highway to hell On the highway to hell Highway to hell I\’m on the highway to hell…”



“This Is Halloween” – Marilyn Manson

“This is Halloween” composed by Danny Elfman from the 1993 film “The Nightmare Before Christmas”. It is also used as the background music for the Halloween Town world in the video game Kingdom Hearts.


The poster of “The Nightmare Before Christmas”


“This Is Halloween” was covered by Marilyn Manson for the 13th anniversary re-release of The Nightmare Before Christmas soundtrack and has also been rerecorded for foreign language versions of the film, including Brazilian Portuguese, Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Spanish and Thai.


One scene in its clip



“Dragula” – Rob Zombie

“Dragula” was the first hit single of Rob Zombie’s solo album “Hellbilly Deluxe” in 1998. The Dragula title was inspired by the \’60s TV series “The Munsters”.


“Dragula” was the first hit single of Rob Zombie’s solo album “Hellbilly Deluxe”




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Best Summer Songs 2010

Summer 2010 is heating up the list of best summer songs with the best voices such as Katy Perry, Mike Posner and Lady Gaga. Even a soundtrack from the Sex and the City 2 also hits the top list of best summer songs 2010. The summer 2010 has invaded all the corners of life with lively tunes. The sunny summer are more highlighted with exciting, youthful and effervescent melodies. The following list gathers the top great summer songs of 2010, which rocks the world’s music industry.


California Gurls- Katy Perry


Katy Perry answers to Jay-Z and Alicia Keys’ Empire State of Mind by sweet melodies in California Gurls. The song is the meaningful gift for those who love Los Angeles and California


OMG – Usher featuring Will.I.Am


Usher is crowned again as the king of the summer music with OMG, a song is an ode to love-at-first-sight passion


Alejandro – Lady Gaga


Alejandro has no difference in its ability to appeal, trance and serve as a musical trajectory for summer 2010


Getting over you- David Guetta and Fergie


Getting over You is the purest form of “Ear Candy” song series. David Guetta and Fergie are the best voices of summer 2010 with such a super summer track


Cooler Than Me, Mike Posner


Cooler Than Me is another perfect song for summer on beach


Love is Your Color- Leona Lewis and Jennifer Hudson


The Sex and the City 2 soundtrack is perfect collaboration of Jennifer Hudson- the co-star of the first Sex and the City and the British songbird Leona Lewis


In My Head- Jason Derulo


In My Heart may be in your head all summer with the extract of the beginning of summer love



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