Erase those tapes!

Filed: Lifestyle @ 10:17am on September 26, 2016 No comments yet! :(

I was 24 when I graduated from college. Young, wild and highly educated. Honestly, I thought I was the bee’s knees for sure! For my first job I had to leave my home and move to small town in the English country side. I didn’t think I would stay very long so I rented a room in a very big house consisting of 12 bedrooms with a shared kitchen and social rooms. There were Bolton CCTV cameras in all communal spaces, for our safety it stated. It turned out all 12 rooms where rented out to an international crowed of people just like me. Three German young men, one of them was on a one man mission to bed every girl in the house and soon also the entire town. There was an Australian couple where the girl looked a bit like a brown eyed Barbie doll and the rest young English people all newly arrived in this little country town. And then there was me. Now, I can tell you something, we shocked that little country town so deeply I’m not sure it has recovered yet. Years later I did hear that a national TV broadcaster tried to purchase the recorded security tapes, but an unknown individual with an Australian accent managed to break into the house and erase the tapes.

What is Your Niche in the Music Industry?

Filed: Music @ 5:10am on September 24, 2016 No comments yet! :(

You love music and the sound of the saxophone, but feel that this instrument is inherently unpopular and not exciting. If you feel this way, you could not be more wrong as many well-known saxophonists have made a name for themselves in the world of music. These names are never forgotten and long remembered as some of the greats in the music industry and what they contributed to the music areas. If you love hearing the saxophone or love being a saxophone player Liverpool this beautiful instrument that you are not alone playing. The following musicians made it big in the entertainment industry playing the sax.

The following entertainers made it big playing the saxophone in the early year of the 20′s and 30′s. Names like Coleman Hawkins, Jimmy Dorsey, Lester Young and Johnny Hodges followed by Bradford Marsalis and John Coltrane created some of the best works of their time.

Add to this list more contemporary saxophonists like Cannonball Adderley, Kenny G, Charlie Parker, Ornette Coleman, Wayne Shorter, Fats Navarro, Sonny Rollins, Lluis Jordan, Lee Konitz, Steve Lacy, Woody Herman, Benny Carter, and many more to round out the list of forever famous saxophonists.

Cannot Understand You

Filed: Health @ 5:58am on September 22, 2016 No comments yet! :(

It’s true that many seniors do have hearing conundrums. My sister at the Medicare age has been stalling and trying to fool family members and everyone else at the downtown Senior Center bingo game for a decade. Quite frankly her hearing is one of the reasons why we have to tell her our TV is broken when she comes to visit so we don’t have to mess with the: “Turn the volume up; I can’t hear what they’re saying!”

Yesterday we figured enough was enough, so my wife and I explored some of the latest hearing aids Stockport technology at a medical center in town that are hardly visible to the eye unless you’re an ear surgeon, and even kind of matches her skin color. Her birthday is in January and that’s when we plan the surprise and tell her our TV has been repaired if she wears it.

Cooling Down

Filed: Home Improvement @ 7:22am on September 19, 2016 No comments yet! :(

In southern United States, air conditioning Manchester is running pretty much all the time. I suppose this depends on where you are, but where I lived it ran for the majority of the year. It made lives comfortable, a sweet haven away from the blistering southern heat.

Now that I live in Canada, things have changed. It doesn’t take a skilled meteorologist to know that Canada is cold. In the harsh winter months, I am left freezing and huddled up with an electric blanket, attempting all I can in order to get warm. Since Canada is only hot a couple months a year, a lot of people simply don’t have cooling systems inside their homes.

Canada can definitely get hot during the summer, sometimes managing to compete with the temperatures from southern United States. So here I am, in the humid heat, armed with cold water and fans, desperately wishing for the cold air I only need a few times a year.