(Ft. Myers, FL) The Sarasota Millionaires overcame five turnovers to beat the Ft. Myers Spartans 21-7 at the Rutenberg Sports Complex in Ft. Myers Saturday night. Employing a tenacious defense, the Millionaires won its second straight game of the season against another former SSFL rival in the Florida Football Alliance.
The Spartans scored it’s lone touchdown of the game five minutes into the opening quarter when a high snap from center sailed over the head of punter Ian Kitchell… Continue
Added by Doug Miles on January 31, 2010 at 10:22am —
This artwork was created using digital technology and is specially made for high resolution printing.IIt has two levels of visual perception:with the phrase “there are no limits to human stupidity”,which covers the entire piece, being clearly visible at a closer look (zoom).
"the face of war" JPG-files for printing , canvas H-180cm./W-270cm.(H-70 / W-105…
I have finally found a way to use the word "dearth" in a sentence! As in there is a DEARTH of major film and TV production going on here in Florida. Aside from BURN NOTICE, we have no major TV series being done here. Major movies very occasionally come here for a few shots and leave. The reason is that Florida provides practically no monetary incentives. That can be changed with FL House Bill#697 which has been recently submitted by Sen. Precourt. It provides the competitive tax credits that FL… Continue
Added by Pat McCall on January 25, 2010 at 8:53am —
(Sarasota, FL) The Sarasota Millionaires opened its home schedule with a 9-7 win over its cross-bay rival St. Petersburg Sharks Saturday night at Booker High School’s Tornado Alley in Sarasota.
In a game dominated by defensive play, the Millionaires “blackout” defense kept the Sharks offense off-balance by rushing quarterbacks Gary Fiegel and Chris Bryant all night long, giving them little time to set up in the pocket. Brandon Johnson reaped the benefits when he picked off a Chris… Continue
Added by Doug Miles on January 24, 2010 at 6:38pm —
Ohhh, Life is short. But getting better. The Powers that Be have seen to it that my life is improving. Sales have picked up, creativity is fortunately never a shortage, the off spring can see light at the end of the tunnel. Amen... Being a parent is.............permanent. Never ending, grossly expensive. I could have raised dogs, tomatoe plants. But I didn't. Second nature for me, to reproduce.
Am getting my work out there. Getting positive feed back big time, which is huge. Because… Continue
Back in the days when I was in radio in Northern NY as the Program/Music Director for AM & FM stations AND Morning Drive personality, one of my duties was to interview stars who came in to do summer stock at the Corning Glassworks Theater. To my pleasant surprise, Julie Newmar, who was best known as THE Cat Woman of the original Batman series was one of those stars. She gained her original notoriety as Stupefyin' Jones in the Broadway and movie hit LIL ABNER. Seeing her was enough to… Continue
The Sarasota Millionaires had been looking forward to avenging a loss to the Miami Bulls since they met in the SSFL Conference Championship game back in 2007, now they will have to wait at least six more weeks as the Bulls beat the Millionaires 14-7 Saturday night in Miami.
A sluggish start by both offenses and numerous offside penalties showed the rust of two teams in a season opener. Miami scored first at 8:13 of the opening quarter when Tywan Stevens connected with Andrew Monroe… Continue
Added by Doug Miles on January 17, 2010 at 1:37pm —
The link between Mind and Social / Environmental-Issues.
The fast-paced, consumerist lifestyle of Industrial Society is causing exponential rise in psychological problems besides destroying the environment. All issues are interlinked. Our Minds cannot be peaceful when attention-spans are down to nanoseconds, microseconds and milliseconds. Our Minds cannot be peaceful if we destroy Nature.
We are gonna do it again, with some modifications. I told you that the "Unsung Sinatra" concert at the Players Theater went very well. Well..we are going to expand it a bit and do it at the American Legion, in Bradenton. The details are below.
The basis of the selections are songs Sinatra recorded but are not commonly heard. This time I think we will add some duets for Eddie and me. And if the Latinos come, I will do some boleros (romantic Spanish… Continue
Are you getting tense of unwanted calls?.Calls from telemarketing person who disturb you every time . Many people gets so frustrated with this, they sometimes change their phone number. You may also have faced that problem. Blocking that unwanted number is not the perfect solution. What if you trace the name and address belongs to that number. Yes, It's true you can trace the name, address of that number. All you need is to simply join reverse phone look up.By paying and joining reverse phone… Continue
Added by Acai Berry on January 7, 2010 at 1:04am —
(Tampa, FL) The Tampa Bay Lightning ended the first half of the NHL season and began the new year on a high note with a 3-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins this afternoon in Tampa, FL. The loss is the fourth in a row for the current Stanley Cup champions.
Martin St. Louis opened the scoring in the Bolts 41st game at a minute and three seconds into the game when he backhanded the puck past Pens goalie Marc-Andre Fleury for his 9th goal of the season. “It felt like a playoff game”,… Continue
Added by Doug Miles on January 2, 2010 at 5:42pm —