What is your excuse for not coming to the last production of The Laramie Project?  For not supporting these kids and adults who have worked so hard to put on this powerful show for you?   You don’t have one?  Then doors open at 1:30 and the show begins at 2pm…  You don’t want to miss this.   (at Heatilator Performing Arts Center)

What is your excuse for not coming to the last production of The Laramie Project? For not supporting these kids and adults who have worked so hard to put on this powerful show for you? You don’t have one? Then doors open at 1:30 and the show begins at 2pm… You don’t want to miss this. (at Heatilator Performing Arts Center)

This is an old picture but it’s one I have always carried with me on my phone.   I was at home about to head in to do my radio show when the tragedy of the morning of September 11, 2001 struck.   I watched the entire thing unfold on the television in front of me.  Earlier that year I had taken a group of theatre students to NYC and I had had the chance to stand at the observation deck of one of the towers.  It was there I decided that I would someday return to NYC and stand at the tower and tell NYC I was home.  When I saw the towers fall I thought that dream was over.   On September 11, 2010 after living in NYC for just about a week, I made my way to Ground Zero and stood as close as I could and told NYC I was home.   Whether standing or gone these towers have always stood for one thing.  The strength of this nation.  When they stood tall they represented our financial strength and industrious growth and when they fell they represented out ability to stand together as a nation and our ability to be resilient.  God bless America, God bless the people of NYC and God bless you.#911 #patriotday

This is an old picture but it’s one I have always carried with me on my phone. I was at home about to head in to do my radio show when the tragedy of the morning of September 11, 2001 struck. I watched the entire thing unfold on the television in front of me. Earlier that year I had taken a group of theatre students to NYC and I had had the chance to stand at the observation deck of one of the towers. It was there I decided that I would someday return to NYC and stand at the tower and tell NYC I was home. When I saw the towers fall I thought that dream was over. On September 11, 2010 after living in NYC for just about a week, I made my way to Ground Zero and stood as close as I could and told NYC I was home. Whether standing or gone these towers have always stood for one thing. The strength of this nation. When they stood tall they represented our financial strength and industrious growth and when they fell they represented out ability to stand together as a nation and our ability to be resilient. God bless America, God bless the people of NYC and God bless you.#911 #patriotday

CLIFF NOTE: For those of you missing the theme, these are satirical looks on how horrible people have become to each other on Facebook over the BOND ISSUE.  Forget whether it’s SaveOurSchools or SaveOurKids…  It’s more like SaveTheSoulOfMP #BONDAGEDDON

CLIFF NOTE: For those of you missing the theme, these are satirical looks on how horrible people have become to each other on Facebook over the BOND ISSUE. Forget whether it’s SaveOurSchools or SaveOurKids… It’s more like SaveTheSoulOfMP #BONDAGEDDON