Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Fwd: [Jesus in Scripture and Tradition] One Week to Scramble!




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In less than a week, Jesus in Scripture and Tradition (TH120.1x) will begin. We look forward to having more than 6,000 of you from over 130 countries join us from around the world as we explore the mystery of Jesus Christ. 
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Sunday, May 24, 2015

Our apartment on location: trailer for Hollywood film, but will it?

Cambridge, Massachusetts Our apartment and his sunglasses were at first thought to be are in the same shot, but this is only the trailer. During the on location shooting we did not see Depp, but did see the film crews at work.



The interior monologue of a method actor. I looked at the trailer again, and I don't know that the location shot used in the particular scene is the one that was filmed where we are. It is very much like the shot, but the building used in this instance seems different. It was part of location filming a could still be in the final version of the film.

Monday, May 18, 2015

New fascinating entry to improve my Google Rank and ping.

I am soon returning to where the gallery was that once displayed the photograph. It's on a beach I go to every summer.

Scott Lord

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

My interview with and personal Screening of Chelsea Girls for one of surviving actors.


One of the elderly gentlemen in this film that I socialize with occasionally walked passed tonight, so I quickly pulled up the film and screened it for him. He described his feelings about the other actors while it was running.
Before I had met him I had happenned to have completed an online class on Warhol from the University of Scotland.

Saturday, May 9, 2015

History of Boston free online

This is Professor Allison, who studied at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Please consider taking his online course on the history of Boston at canvas.net.



Friday, April 24, 2015

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Subject: Congratulations on completing Introduction to Communication Science



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Scott Lord, congratulations on completing Introduction to Communication Science!

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