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Ha! Here we go!

Posted in Comedy Genius, TV with tags , , on 22/07/2011 by Jen Healey

Here is one of my current favorite things on TV at the moment.  I also can’t stop saying it in the office.  It can’t be very reassuring for people to think that mental health professionals spend their time quoting people from the swamps! 

Ah well… here we go! 


I can’t help it, they’re my favourite…

Posted in Music, TV with tags , , , on 12/06/2011 by Jen Healey

I’m sure that you are all a bit fed up of my gushing over Type O Negative and their frontman Peter Steele, but all week long I’ve been driving (many miles) to their last album ‘Dead Again’, which I am in love with completely.  It baffles me that this week is the first time I have listened to it in its entirety!  I’ve just learned that it was released in 2007!  Guess I’m no longer a child-less teenager with hours to devote to music, which is absolutely fine – who would ever want to go back to those years?!  Hell no! 

One song in particular was playing in my head on waking Thursday and is still in there now on Sunday morning.  Here it is… She Burned Me Down

Speaking of favourites, hubby and I are loving the History Channel at the moment.  I can get my fix of the South (of America) most days without having to pop on a True Blood DVD.  Check it out… 

Ax Men – “Here we go!” 

Swamp People – Troy Landry is brilliant!  He just makes me smile.  I would love to have the theme tune for a ring tone! 

Also, there’s Pawn Stars, American Pickers, Storage Wars and – a new series that looks pretty cool – Hardcore Pawn.  TV – sorted! 


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