Friday, October 8, 2010
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Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Have you ever stopped to ask yourself "How do I want to be remembered?" What was the answer?
I actually have had plenty of funerals to ponder that at this year...and my answer would be as a good person. I would like to think that i treated everyone the way I would have wanted to be treated, with respect.
Monday, March 1, 2010
If you had to choose one person to be other than yourself, who would you want to be? and why? (people who are alive only)
IF I had to be another person besides myself it would Carlos Santana. No one can recreate the feeling he puts into his guitar playing...oh and did I mention playing the guitar is his job. I would KILL for that!!
What is the most romantic thing you have done for a lady?
Wow! Everyone that knows me knows I am a really affectionate guy with the women I talk to...But I would have to say the MOST romantic thing I ever did for a girl was to buy like a 3ft tall Valentine's day card for her, and I also got her some shoes ;) I had spent like a week making a "baby-making music" cd and we had dinner and then you fill in the rest...LOL But it wasnt all of that stuff that made it romantic, it was the fact we spent all day together, and the whole time we just had fun with no pretenses...
Friday, February 26, 2010
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Saturday, February 20, 2010
Friday, February 19, 2010
Thursday, February 18, 2010
What is one thing that you would change about decisions made in your life?
Hmmm well I dont really regret any decisions I made in my life because at the time they make sense, even if it's just for 30 minutes of sense...LOL But IF i had to change anything I would try and have more long-term value foresight in how I make decisions.
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
being that you like music, how do you say you experience music differently than other people?
I attach music to life experiences...like I have songs that automatically make me think of a memory and a person! I see the past with music and I see feelings and emotions with music too ;)
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Friday, February 12, 2010
Thursday, January 21, 2010
"NBC and Conan O'Brien have reached a resolution of the issues surrounding O'Brien's contract to host 'The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien,' " NBC said in a statement.
"Under terms of an agreement that was signed earlier today, NBC and O'Brien will settle their contractual obligations and the network will release O'Brien from his contract, freeing him to pursue other opportunities after September 1, 2010."
O'Brien will make his final appearance as host of "The Tonight Show" on Friday.
Leno will return as host of "The Tonight Show" on March 1, the network said in a separate statement.
"We're pleased that Jay is returning to host the franchise that he helmed brilliantly and successfully for many years," said Jeff Gaspin, chairman of NBC Universal Television Entertainment. "He is an enormous talent, a consummate professional and one of the hardest-working performers on television."
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* Conan O'Brien
* NBC Universal Inc.
* Jay Leno
Leno -- who will keep many of his old "Tonight" features -- will take over for O'Brien in the 11:35 p.m. time slot, followed by Jimmy Fallon at 12:35 a.m.
Although the network had been strangely silent about the deals happening behind the scenes, off-the-record sources have popped up in a number of press reports, leaking details about the difficult negotiations between O'Brien and NBC.
When the news first broke that the Peacock Network was going to nix its failed prime-time talk show experiment and move "The Jay Leno Show" to 11:35 p.m., it was clear that O'Brien had a handful of options: he could stay with the network as the host of "The Tonight Show" at 12:05 a.m.; head over to Fox, the only network to openly express interest in O'Brien; or wash his hands of NBC altogether.
O'Brien released a statement last week telling the "people of Earth" that moving the show to 12:05 a.m. would be against his principles, and that he wouldn't host the show if it had to air at that hour.
NBC, on the other hand, didn't appear to budge on its earlier statement that Leno would kick off the late-night roundup at 11:35. At that point, it was evident to industry insiders that it was only a matter of time before O'Brien and NBC reached an agreement that left O'Brien as the odd-host out.
This eventual outcome was heightened when Dick Ebersol, chairman of NBC Universal Sports, told the New York Times that it was "chicken-hearted and gutless" for O'Brien to continuously place the blame at Leno's feet in his nightly monologues, when he couldn't beat the guy in ratings.
However, since O'Brien has fallen victim to the domino effect of NBC's prime-time problem, his ratings have been on an upswing, while Leno's have stayed marginally the same.
But perhaps that rise in ratings -- which can easily be attributed to the very public fallout -- is a case of too little, too late.
Last week, NBC executives started sitting down with O'Brien's team to hash out the contract logistics and determine a settlement, rumored to be in the ballpark of $40 million.