BLAINESWORLD #940 (Please send any comments to: bginbc@aol.com.)

Section 2, part 2

(1) Marilyn S. in NC: Great movie [THE EQUALIZER], but I love Denzel’s acting. Even though I hid my eyes a couple if times, I liked it.

(2) The woman’s heart attack

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/28/opinion/sunday/womens-atypical-heart-attacks.html?action=click&contentCollection=U.S.&module=MostEmailed&version=Full&region=Marginalia&src=me&pgtype=article

(3) Daniel E. in PA: Science Proves Gluten Sensitivity Isn’t Real, People Are Just Whiners

http://www.buzzworthy.com/science-proves-gluten-sensitivity-isnt-real-people-are-just-whiners/

(4) Maria P. in PA: My thoughts on the Tinder dates experiment.

I started watching the videos and I have to say they did an injustice.  This was not a social experiment, this was ridiculous.  They begin with stating that they ‘fattened up’ the people a little bit.  They went from slim people to obese people!!  Who would not be repulsed by such an out and out lie?  One thing I did see was that women are more kind than men.  I’ve actually tried online dating and the people I’ve come across are more or less exactly what they say they are.  I may be nice and have that cup of coffee with the person, but I certainly would not date a person who is so insecure they cannot be honest with themselves or me.
(5) Kansas City, Mo., police ask for crime to pause while Royals game is on
(6) Kathryn L. in NC: I read what you said about making an appointment to get my driver’s license renewed. So, going in for my 4:00 pm on Friday for that appointment, I didn’t even wait 5 minutes.
(7) Nancy W. in NC: Thanks for sharing this [BLAINESWORLD]!  There is so much for me to see right now, it is easy to miss things.  I LOVE your blog/posts….They are SO upbeat and interesting and informative….quite a bit different from most of what I see.   Thanks for sharing. and I DO want to be signed up.
(8) Annemarie B. in NC: Movie….. Gone Girl….recommend it and for me, will make up another “could be” ending to satisfy my own quirky needs.
Also [in answer to my question about her favorite movies]:
All of the following should be Netflexable:
Seeking a friend for the end of the world  keira knightly/steve carol….really neat sweet movie
Guilt TripWanderlust . . .  Jennifer Anistan/Paul Rudd  funny
Life at 40 . . . Paul Rudd
Parental Guidance . . . Bette Midler/Billy Chrystel
Searching for Sugarman (Sixto Rodriquez)  excellent true story
Angel in the House….little red headed kid angel . . .  really excellentIntouchable. . .  true story French black guy and parapalegic super greatSession helen hunt and paraplegic  loved it!Extremely Loud Incredibly close superior movie about asperger kid whose dad died in 9/11 and his quest to find the owner of a key he found in his fathers closetHysteria, hysterectomy great flick about woman in the late 1800’s, climaxing, the vibrator, true information, be sure to see the credits, because it shows all the vibrators from then until now….until the 50’s they were considered medical devicesVitas  kid piano prodigy foreign filmThe Namesake  Indian family and marriage coming the NYElvis and meI am David or Sam…amazing

Darling Companion

(9) Edie W. in PA: Are You Shamelessly Self Promoting?
(10) Carole B. in NC: 14 inspirational movies everyone should watch
(11) Virginia M. in NC: New FBI Report Casts Doubt on NRA’s ‘Good Guy Stops Bad Guy’ Nonsense

 

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Section 12A, NC events

(1)  Emily S. in NC:

Just a quick reminder that there is still time to come try all the Shift Bars flavors for free this week!Simply sign up for a time:1) Click this link to see our Sign-Up on VolunteerSpot: http://vols.pt/hB2FMY2) Review the options listed and choose the spot you like (tests run through Oct. 6; you can come anytime during the time period mentioned for your day; and the address/directions are listed under the Location tab)3) Sign up! It’s easy – you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on VolunteerSpot.*Also, please forward this email to anyone in the area who you think may want to try some bars and give some feedback. Thanks so much for your help in making Shift Bars the best that they can be!All my best,
Emily*VolunteerSpot does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address or if you can’t make one of the times available, please contact me and I can sign you up manually.Email: eshaules@me.com

Because it’s time for a shift!

Note: Feel free to check out the company’s website by clicking:

www.shiftbars.com

You can sign up for both updates and coupons by clicking the above.

(2) Vic A. in NC: Went to see Funny Thing Happened on The Way To The Forum tonight.  Great cast and very funny show.Are you going?  Also got tickets for Ouch at Magnetic Theatre next week and Adams Family in 2 weeks. Busy time for shows.

(3) God of Carnage
by Yasmina Reza
Translated by Christopher Hampton

Produced by Attic Salt Theatre Company
at Asheville Community Theatre’s 35below, 35 E. Walnut St., Asheville, NC

November 7th-23rd
Fridays through Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sundays at 2:30pm

Attic Salt Theatre Company, the team who produced 2013’s comedy hit All in the Timing, is pleased to announce their upcoming production of the WNC debut of the cynical comedy God of Carnage.

God of Carnage won the Tony Award for Best Play in 2009 and was Yasmina Reza’s follow-up to her equally-lauded Art. The translation of God of Carnage into English was done by Oscar-winning screenwriter and playwright Christopher Hampton.

God of Carnage involves the Brooklyn parents of two eleven-year-old boys, coming together one evening to maturely resolve an altercation between the lads. The evening deteriorates, however, when the rum flows, tensions emerge, and we find out that these adults are no more mature than their own children. It’s a pessimistic dive into a pool of (a lack of) self-discovery, asking the questions of “Do we ever really get past our petty nature?” “Do we ever ‘grow up?” and “Why the hell would you free a hamster onto a Brooklyn street???”

The cast is made up of local favorites Chelsey Lee Gaddy and Dan Clancy, and also features newcomers to the Asheville stage Christy Montesdeoca and Mike Yow. The play will be directed by Jeff Catanese.

Tickets are available through the Asheville Community Theatre box office. Please call at 828-254-1320, or reach them online at AshevilleTheatre.org.

(4) FORTE: Liz Aiello, Carol Duermit, Katherine Sandoval Taylor, & Beverly Todd

Doors: November 22, 2014 7:00 PM
The Altamont Theatre
18 Church St, Asheville, North Carolina

Online Scheduled Ticket Price: DAY OF: $18.00 ADVANCED: $15.00

Purchase Tickets: https://boxoffice.etix.com/ticket/servlet/s/38131547

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Section 12B, PA/NJ events

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(2) Natalie K. in PA: So excited to be bringing this program to the Mercer Museum
“We Shall Not Be Moved!” with talented vocalist Keith Spencer at the Mercer Museum 3 p.m. Saturday, October 18. Just $15 per ticket including museum admission. Seating limited.
Call today 215-348-9461 to reserve your spot or visit: http://www.mercermuseum.org/program-calendar/Event/1894

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