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“Leo the lion, Shere Khan the tiger and Baloo the bear were found together as cubs during a police raid of a drug baron’s home in Atlanta. When the young trio moved to Noah’s Ark rescue center in Locust Grove, Ga., zookeepers decided to keep them together, and they all still live and play in their very own habitat. Visitors can watch the 1,000-pound bear, 350-pound lion and 350-pound tiger cuddle, lounge and wrestle together, and zoo Co-Founder Jama Hedgecoth says the animals are oblivious to the fact that they aren’t natural companions.”

Lion and tiger and bear, oh my!!!! 


“Oh My” indeed! If you’d like to see my reading, it can be found at Click to see!


Feeling the holiday spirit. Oh myyy.


Feeling the holiday spirit. Oh myyy.



A little fun with George Takei in Times Square.

Here I am, in the heart of the greatest city on earth, preparing to take over Broadway in my new show, Allegiance.  What better way to celebrate then a fun photo with Humans of New York! Get ready, New York City, for the Takei Two Step!


In case y’all were wondering, Sulu did rise to the rank of captain, taking command of the USS Excelsior in 1991’s Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country, then reprising the role in 1996’s “Flashback” episode of Voyager.


The man standing on stage looks like George Takei, but when he speaks, it’s not with the mellifluous, warm voice of a famous actor and advocate. His voice is coarse, ragged and grizzled. Instead of a golden Starfleet uniform, he is wearing a drab olive green World War II uniform, with old insignia and medals scattered across his chest.

His name is Sam Kimura, and he is a Japanese American veteran of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. Estranged from his family for decades, the sudden news of his sister’s death compels him to “remember the time no one speaks of anymore.”

“All the things that happened, that I’d sooner forget,” Kimura says, and suddenly both he and the audience are plunged into memories of 1941–decades earlier when Sammy Kimura is an all-American high school student body president determined to go places, only to end up in an impossible position, stagnating in an impossible prison.

Check out’s review of Allegiance: A New Musical!

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Mitt Romney, reading off the teleprompter during his speech to the NAACP today. (via officialssay)

There’s just something so meta about this. 

(via think-progress)

(via think-progress)


At one point, stopping to guzzle a glass of lemonade, Romney was asked how it tasted, to which he replied, “Lemon. Wet. Good.”

The parade ended in a park overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee, where Romney stood alongside New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte to make brief remarks in honor of the holiday.

There’s really nothing here, other than Mitt has the personality of a paper bag. Which yes, we all knew.

But really? “Lemon. Wet. Good.” It’s like a robot spitting back the layman’s chemical formulation and recipe of Country Time pink powder lemonade…


11 More Questionable Investments by Mitt Romney

Recently uncovered documents confirm Mitt Romney was an investor in Stericycle, which disposes of medical waste, like aborted fetuses. He’s sure to face intense scrutiny, but it will be nothing like the pummeling he’ll take for these investments.

  • Reporter: Do you realize how your comments about your wealth are hurting your campaign?
  • Mitt Romney: "Yes. Next question."


You know, because of how they always crash at inopportune moments.