Do you love dogs and have something to share? Pop a link in the comments and maybe some people will visit and like it. The hashtag isn’t really a thing, just something I put up there. I checked on twitter and there are some spattering of tweets from over time but nothing regular. Share if you like, or not. Up to you. I just loved the video. 🙂
Please share this post on your Twitter, Facebook, or wherever appropriate. Reblogging would be great as well. Although, if you don’t do any of the aforementioned, I won’t hold it against you, but I really needed to ask.
Some of you may know about my propensity in my former life for encouraging young people, specifically teens. I was a high school teacher and even the Youth Director at my church. I also supervised and managed dozens, if not hundreds, of college students over the course of a decade in a management job I had as a data analyst.
I don’t really have those opportunities now but I can be supportive in other ways. Back during the early days of my Haiku Challenge I had a partner who helped come up with the words from time to time. Her name was Sian the Haiku Girl.
Well, Sian isn’t a little girl any longer. She’s very much a teen and well, you can just see and hear the rest for yourself.
This being #WednesdayWisdom, I can’t think of anything more wise to share with you than the talent of Sian Mei and ask that you follow her on her various platforms. Every young talent, young mind, young creative, and young spirit needs the world’s love, support, and encouragement to go for their dreams.
We are so focused on hoping people follow our own Twitters and Instagrams and like our latest whatever we put out there, that we forget sometimes to do the same for those we like. We listen to their music, watch videos, or read posts and we forget to do the clicks at the end, even though we mean to. I do it all the time and often try to remember who the person was so I can go back because I thought what they shared was really funny.
All the voices you hear on her recordings are her own. She does her own harmonies. She hits those high notes and the lows. And she is not electronically engineered to sound amazing. I’ve heard live performances as well, and some of them might just rival the ones below.
I’ll be keeping y’all up to date on her career. I consider her a friend and me as a fan, maybe her biggest.
And please click on through to https://soundcloud.com/sian_mei to Like, Follow.
Sian doesn’t just record in English but Korean as well. The song below doesn’t require Korean to enjoy the sound of her voice and the music. It’s her cover of the BTS hit Euphoria, more upbeat and you get to actually see her recording her vocals.
Again, click through to Like and Subscribe.
Okay, so that title may actually not really apply to this post. I have no idea yet because this is what I call a stream of thought post, like a diary thing but in no way like one. It’s more like saying I’m just going to share whatever comes to mind because I’m just to lazy this week to go back and polish things up and make sense of whatever I write. This should be a blast for me and possibly painful for you if you actually read it.
You may be happy to know I don’t remember much that happened this week. One thing I’ve been working on is a list for you guys and ladies. I wanted it to be made of 10 sites but I’ve only found 7 that I want to use so I either will change the title or create 3 new sites just so I can use that spiffy title I came up with.
I actually did an entire post about how Kanye West was misrepresented by the press and Social Media regarding his history of slavery comment. It was a well done article, then he tweeted. The guy means well, he’s just not articulate off the cuff in interviews. So I had the post ready to go, I went to Twitter during a break, checked on Kanye for anything else and sure enough … he’d Tweeted. I guess you know what happened to that post that I spent hours on. I still may use part of it though. There are some great historical people I was not aware of that came out of slavery to become success stories … enough to encourage anyone.
Most of you know I’m a good Christian boy, to the point of having been a super Christian in my church a few years ago prior to my accident. I’m a Conservative, but not., but I really am. Actually I think I am a mix. I’m not sure if that makes me and Independent or what. I almost became a Democrat this week, thus the reason for those fist couple of very long sentences of intro. President DT backed out of the Iran Nuclear deal. Up to that point I was praying for hope. I actually mean that. I was praying that something positive would happen. Okay, so we did end up with the three detainees released from Korea, but I don’t think that had anything to do with DT, but more to do with North Korea doing a great positive PR program to the world. But in the moment that DT finally, and utterly ruined the reputation of the United States I was done with him.
I even went so far as to Tweet I might have just become a Democrat with a Tweet of a The New Yorker article about what it really means to the US with our pulling out of the deal.
But, at the end of the day and the week I have youtube to pull me through. I don’t have TV to watch. Yes, there is TV in the house but I just don’t watch it because of various reasons. I have Amazon Prime but often that takes a bit more commitment than I have to give. I sometimes just want those quick little bits of humor to let me know the world still exists and is mostly a good place to be.
Leave a comment below with your favorite youtube channel for me to try out. I really love humor, trivia, history, and well it seems like I like everything.
I hope everyone has a great weekend and I’ll catch y’all next time.
Tim Hawkins is a comedian who happens to be a Christian. This means usually family friendly comedy. The guy is hilarious. Here he is in a 2 minute clip about marriage conflict resolution and texting.
You ever wanted to make a song or video on youtube loop or repeat and play over and over? Maybe you found a full length album or a movie or something?
I received my email notice of Jen’s Pen Den’s Music Monday about Taylor Swift’s Bad Blood song. I didn’t have a chance to visit the post at the time but I was on youtube for something and Taylor Swift’s name came up and that made me think of the email so I looked up the song. I’ve read the post now. 🙂 (If you want to see the video, click the blue link above and visit Jen’s blog post. Saw no reason to mention her post and then put the video here. Kind of would seem like a jerk thing, you know?)
Awesome song and even better video. Even if you are like a total Swiftie Hater you will love the video to this and the song itself has an attitude. I read the story behind it on wikipedia and oh yeah. Awesome. The video also has a lot of stars in it like Selena Gomez, Zendeya, and Cindy Crawford. No, not a modeling thing, a serious action movie.
I’ve been working on a short story and needed a song to capture a certain feel, well this one was it. But having to stop and make the song start over again each time sort of breaks the train of thought, the flow of my writing. Thus, the search for how to make the song loop.
Here is the YouTube Tip for Tuesday.
When you look at the URL for the song, let’s make up something like
http://www.youtube.com/taytayswiftkickbuttie (which is not a real link so don’t click it.)
To make that loop you would simply type the word repeat after youtube.
That means it would now look like
That will take you to listenonrepeat.com. The song/video will then play on loop until you make it stop.
Simple, easy, and now you can write and keep grooving or jazzercise to your favorite 80s song over and over again.
That’s it for the day.
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