CLEAN + WASH TURKEY .RUB WITH SALT, PAPPER AND BUTTER. PLACE TURKAY IN PAN. FILL PAN WITH 2 CUPS WATER. COVER TURKAY WITH FOIL MAKING SURE FOIL CAVORS EAGE OF PANMAKING IT ALL TIGHT. PUT IN PREHEATED OVEN FOR 1 HR. 30 MIN, AT 450 LOWER TEMP TO 400 REMOVE FOIL AND COOK TURKEY FOR 1 HR PUT THE JUCIE FROM TURKEY OVER FEV TIMES. LET STAND FOR ½ HR BEFORE CARVING
THAT RECEIPIE FOR TURKEY 12 TO 20 LB
FOR 2 PIE
4 CUPS FLOWER
1 TABLE SPOON SUGAR
1 TEA SPOON SALT
1 ¾ CUP GRISKO
MIX BY KNIFE
ADD ½ CUP OF COLD WATER (WITH ICE)
1 TBLSP VINEGR
CUT IN 4 PECES AND PUT IN THE FRIGERATOR FOR ONE HOUR
¼ CUP SUGAR
2 TAPLE SPOON CORN STARCH
1 TABLE SPOON LEMON ZEST
2 TEA SPOON CYNAMON
7 APPLES SLICED
1 CUP FRESH GRANBERY OF DRY GRANBERY
Drugs in entertainment:
Like drugs anywhere else, the entertainment field has its fill. Today we will address one of the number one abused controlled substances in our Industry. This substance is called crack.
Crack, the ultimate illusion and weapon of the wicked, imposed to retard the production of an otherwise productive society. Crack is the lethal dose of cocaine cooked up in baking soda, and distributed as a killer to the weak of our nation. The strong must stand up, say no and then use whatever methods necessary under the conscience of God to destroy crack. Crack deprives the potential producers of our nation of productivity, and places the intelligence of genius in the state of gradualism. As one of the great men of our nation quoted in the past, “gradualism is little more than escapism, and do nothing-ism which ends up in stand still-ism.
As many great leaders of the past has confirmed, the only way to meet violence is with violence, we NOW state that the only way to bring about the destruction that crack is causing within our nation is to stand up with an astounding “hell no, we wont take no more”.
We must have the strong inner conviction that our beliefs in the Supreme Creator will abide with us, as it did with our Lord to join forces to stomp out the demon of Crack.
“To whom much is given much is required”:
We must NOW utilize all the forces of creation to serve the Creator for better health for ourselves, and the environment.See you in the struggle.
Peace & Love.
The stage is set and the audience is seated comfortably in their seats. They are anxiously anticipating the start of the production. The performers are in their places as they explore the scenic environment in which they find themselves and the character they are portraying. You can hear the musical interlude as it fills the space in the speakers and the volume begins to rise indicating the show is about to start. Next, the lights gradually go up to highlight particular areas on the stage where the actors are stationed. Eyes are fixated in the front of the theater, watching every move as the story unfolds. It's the art of theater.
The theater is the branch of the performing arts concerned with acting out stories in front of a live audience while using a combination of music, dance, speech, gestures, movement, and sound. The performers on stage main focus is to bring the story to life. The essence of creating a memorable stage character is to create vivid images of the people performing. The character must be believable in order to engage the audience and make them feel the joy, pain, and triumph that the actor is conveying. The audience is the critics. A productions' success or failure depends on the audience' approval of the performance. An actor will either sink or swim according to how they convince the audience and how well they are prepared. It can be a fun experience, a learning experience, or a disaster.It's a team effort.
A live stage production can be captivating, breathtaking, amusing, or heartfelt depending on how the characters in the scenes reach out and touch the audience physically, emotionally, or spiritually. Performing on stage in my opinion, is the most amazing imaginative experience any actor can feel. The audience gives you the energy to perform 110%. They make you want to entertain them, connect with them or give them food for thought.There is nothing like the feeling of a live stage performance. It's love, honor, joy, and fulfillment. Once you get on stage the magic begins.
The Psych of Succeeding In The Entertainment Industry
Dr. Beverly J. Griffin
We, as human beings are inclined to believe that talent is the key to success. However, what really counts, is a combination of passion and perseverance for success in the entertainment industry.
In a world of instant gratification, determination may yield the greatest payoff of all. Experts often speak of the 10 year rule. However, in todays industry, it is not always the rule. (Given reality shows and YouTube) Overnight sensations do occur, but don't count on that.
It takes at least a decade of dedication to your craft, which includes, but not limited to; long hours of practice and; ones ability to be persistent and face the many obstacles that are obviously going to attempt to cloud your mindset on obtaining your goals in the entertainment industry.
Consequently, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Your talent must be cultivated by perfecting it. Implement, 'The Psychology of the Power of Positive Thinking.' As negative thinking impedes progress and clouds ones judgment and thoughts, as well. This leads to confusion and ultimately stifles your will to hone your talent and the inability to work diligently on exposure.
Surround yourself with positive people, energy and things. Often, lifes failures occur when people quit when they were so close to succeeding in the entertainment industry. Effort and versatility are the foundation in the entertainment field. You should persevere, be diligent, open-minded, heed constructive criticism and; always remain professional tactful and polite. Always be early for casting calls, shoots, go-sees, screenings, etc. Never, ever have to make an excuse for being late. That is unacceptable in any industry.
Give careful consideration and study to become knowledgeable of how the inter workings of the entertainment industry operate. Play up your strengths in your talent; and down play your weaknesses. Producers and directors are looking for the cream of the crop, so practice, practice, practice.
Always be prepared. Excuses are unacceptable. Be mindful that you will hear quite a bit of noes, but, the more noes you hear, the closer you are to getting a yes! The noes are not indicative of you not being adept or great at what you do. At that time, you just may not be what that particular Producer/Director/Talent Agency may be looking for. But, the most important thing to remember is...
DO NOT GIVE UP!
Remain optimistic and passionate in your quest regarding the entertainment field. Keep your head up and be tenacious. All things in their time.
The Road To Success
Nobody ever said the road to success is an smooth one. I'm willing to bet most people who "made it" in this industry would concur. Although every tier in an entire career faces challenges specific to the goal at that time, the most recognized is perhaps, the struggling ameuter attempting to put his foot through the door of the business. Saying this step is what separates the dabblers from the adept is questionable, but it does verify the hunger of the hopeful at their current stage of development. That hunger is what drives that particular person to complete this first step. Now when I say hunger, I don't mean in the sense of having an empty stomach, even though working a bottom bracket J-O-B making just enough to practice your craft, does indeed establish you as a "Starving Artist", but rather the hunger that propels you to make an impression that will be forever embedded in the minds of those who witnessed you achieve that goal.
Any major player in a business will tell you, "Time is money", making punctuality crucial to any company's success. Needless to say, arriving late to an event is an easy way to taint your image in the eyes of the key operators. Those who understand and recognize the importance of this fundamental fact of business will know when it was their turn to show and prove, arriving even "fashionably-late" would be perceived as "unfashionable". Although one may plan to reach their finish line on-time, we are all too familiar with the unexpected hurdles that can potentially take you out of the race, and it seems the more significant the race, the higher the hurdle is set. It is these exact hurdles the rookie must leap, as gracefully as possible, in order to even be considered a candidate of success.
The hurdles come in various forms and difficulties, whether it be, you being able to leave your day-job on time to prepare and make it to the event when, ironically, your company has suddenly fell behind on production goals forcing everyone to work overtime, or you having to rely on the "dependable" public transportation to reach the event that is across the city. It can come in the form of an unlikely traffic jam on the highway forcing you to take an unfamiliar exit which somehow has road repair work in progress. Maybe it looks like you’re finally in the clear and close enough where nothing can interrupt your trip, but as you review the road ahead you notice a line of traffic filing due to a train at a dead stop sprawled across the street. It is at these junctures that the novice must decide how much he wants to reach his success. Will he overcome the seemingly impossible odds of forces working against him, or fold under the pressure and subliminally express defeat while uttering the horrid phrase, "Maybe next time”...
Success has many definitions and is unique to each person seeking it. Every aspirant faces these challenges in their own significant fashion, it may not be the time issue for some, maybe the quality of the work or the passion one has for it is where the conflict resides. Nevertheless, there still lies a challenge that MUST be faced and triumphed over in order to proceed to the next chapter. It is these conquests that give us motivation to continue striving to reach our full potential and ultimately give us appreciation when looking back at all that we have accomplished. Never let yourself fall short of greatness when the road becomes bumpy, because nobody ever said the road to success was a smooth one.