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Sights and Sounds #11

by Jamie Sanford on April 21, 2011

Sights and Sounds is back! I might have to write a few of these posts, because I’ve stockpiled a lot of stuff.

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Amazing mashup of Britney’s “Till The World Ends” and Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep.” (Via MTV Buzzworthy blog)

Speaking of Adele, she did a great interview with Rolling Stone for the cover.

Speaking of interviews, Demi Lovato (who I didn’t know much about before since I am 31 years old) has come forward with her struggles with mental health and the pressure on young women to be “perfect.” Some of the results from a survey conducted by Seventeen magazine are astounding but sadly not surprising.

Lady Gaga was in Florida and went to Disney World. Naturally she had a get-together with the evil queen.

Sights and Sounds #11.  Connect on Facebook if you have links, images, etc. to share.

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Sights & Sounds #5

by Jamie Sanford on March 11, 2011

I have lots for this Sights and Sounds post because it’s been a while since I wrote one!

First up – Adele sings “Natural Woman” and kills it.  I love her.

Next up – Britney has a new song that I really like, called “Till The World Ends.” Her new album, Femme Fatale, seems to be written to appeal to the gays and fag hags – a group of which I am a member so I’m very excited.  She’s on the cover of the new issue or Out magazine, here’s a link to the interview and more hot photos.

Look at those shoes!  (I’m sure the shoes are not the first think you looked at.)

Here’s your weekly dose of Lady Gaga.  She brought 10-year-old Maria Agaron onstage in Toronto to perform “Born This Way” with her, and it was spectacular.

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Another video, here’s Ethan, my favorite laughing baby ever. I’ll definitely have to remember to tear some paper in front of a baby at some point.

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I have had pet gerbils and hamsters in my life.  I have an affinity for small rodents.  So this video of a chipmunk in slow motion is one of the best things I’ve seen in a while.

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While I don’t like cats as much as little cute rodents (mostly because I’m allergic to them), this slow motion kitten video is also spectacular.

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This slice of genius  is from Etsy seller SmartMouthRetro, and an 8×10 is available for $9.99.

Freak Dancing is Not Permitted by SmartMouthRetro on Etsy

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Sunday Link Party!

by Jamie Sanford on November 22, 2010

It’s Thanksgiving week! I’m excited, this is one of my favorite holidays.

Photo of the week, another from my recent trip to a historic cemetery:

Autumn in Mount Pleasant Cemetery.

Autumn in Mount Pleasant Cemetery.

Great post from “You Might As Well…”

Technorati’s State of the Blogosphere!

Christina Hendricks

I love this woman. She's fabulous.

Tamsen McMahon is calling bullshit on social media. (Brass Tack Thinking)

These are some of the greatest photos! Grandma’s Superhero Therapy indeed. (My Modern Met)

Watch the cast of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows try to speak with American accents. (If you can’t see the video, use this link.)

Twitter is getting analytical. (Mashable)

DIY Dollar-Store Apothecary Jars. (Someday Crafts)

A little red goes a long way. (Apartment Therapy)

Finishing up for the week, some new music from Adele, who I really enjoy.

Have a great week!

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