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  • WindowBlinds is a computer program that allows users to skin the Windows graphical user interface. It has been developed by Stardock since 1998, and is the most popular component of their flagship software suite, Object Desktop.





    themes
  • The first major constituent of a clause, indicating the subject-matter, typically being the subject but optionally other constituents, as in “poor he is not.”

  • (theme) provide with a particular theme or motive; "the restaurant often themes its menus"

  • The subject of a talk, a piece of writing, a person's thoughts, or an exhibition; a topic

  • An idea that recurs in or pervades a work of art or literature

  • (theme) a unifying idea that is a recurrent element in literary or artistic work; "it was the usual `boy gets girl' theme"

  • (theme) subject: the subject matter of a conversation or discussion; "he didn't want to discuss that subject"; "it was a very sensitive topic"; "his letters were always on the theme of love"





    pack
  • Fill (a suitcase or bag), esp. with clothes and other items needed when away from home

  • Be capable of being folded up for transportation or storage

  • arrange in a container; "pack the books into the boxes"

  • a complete collection of similar things

  • Place (something) in a container, esp. for transportation or storage

  • battalion: a large indefinite number; "a battalion of ants"; "a multitude of TV antennas"; "a plurality of religions"











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Robeez Socks 6 Pack Socks Designed to coordinate perfectly with Robeez Shoes, these playful socks are made from Cotton and feature whimsical motifs, a special kick-proof gather to ensure that they stay on babies and toddlers feet. They come in a gift box with six distinctive Robeez themed-designs. Perfect for gifting or everyday wear. The quality, whimsy and fun you expect from Robeez now in Robeez Socks! A sure hit at Baby Showers! Easy care: Washable and dryable with a skid-resistant bottom










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George Formby, 1922




George Formby, 1922





Formby, George [real name George Hoy Booth] (1904–1961), music-hall entertainer and actor, was born at 3 Westminster Street, Wigan, Lancashire, on 26 May 1904, the eldest of the seven surviving children (four girls and three boys) of James Lawler Booth (1875–1922), music-hall entertainer, and his wife, Eliza Hoy. George was born blind but gained his sight after a few weeks when a coughing fit, while he and his mother were crossing the Mersey, dislodged an obstructive caul. His father, born poor and illegitimate, learned his trade as a singing beggar and despite persistent ill health achieved success in the music halls under the name of George Formby. He created the character of John Willie, the archetypal gormless Lancashire lad in baggy trousers, tight jacket, and bowler hat, slow-talking, hen-pecked, accident-prone, but muddling through.

The young George was educated only to the age of seven at Notre Dame School, Wigan, after which he was sent to train as a jockey, first in Yorkshire and later in Ireland. As a result he remained barely literate all his life. While serving his apprenticeship he made his screen debut at the age of ten, playing a stable boy who outwits a criminal gang in the film By the Shortest of Heads (1915). In 1922 his father died, at the age of forty-six, and his mother launched him on a stage career, coaching him in George senior's songs and routines and putting him into the John Willie costume. He made his debut as George Hoy at the Hippodrome, Earlestown, but was soon calling himself George Formby junior.

On 13 September 1924, at Wigan, Formby married champion clog dancer Beryl Ingham (d. 1960), and she became the driving force behind his career, negotiating contracts, controlling the money, and managing the act. They had no children. They put together their own show, with which they toured the country, and under his wife's influence Formby abandoned the John Willie costume while retaining the character. He also mastered the banjulele which, along with a toothy grin, became his trademark.

The revue format and the John Willie character formed the basis of two films, Boots! Boots! (1934) and Off the Dole (1935), in which Formby made his adult screen debut, co-starring with his wife. Made on tiny budgets in a one-room London studio by John E. Blakeley's Mancunian Films, the films were hugely successful. They attracted the attention of Basil Dean, the Liverpool-born head of Ealing Studios, who had already signed up Gracie Fields and saw in Formby the makings of a similar success. He signed Formby to a seven-year contract which resulted in eleven highly profitable films. When this contract expired Formby set up his own company, Hillcrest Productions, and signed in 1941 with Columbia Pictures to produce his own films for them; this resulted in seven more films in similar vein to the Ealing productions.

There was no attempt to play down Formby's Lancashire character and Dean engaged the Salford-born author of Love on the Dole, Walter Greenwood, to script Formby's first Ealing film, No Limit (1935). This and Keep your Seats, Please (1936) were both directed by Monty Banks, who later married Gracie Fields. After this a special Formby unit was set up at Ealing, headed by writer and director Anthony Kimmins, to produce his films. These usually conformed to a set pattern; at their centre is Formby, a shy, innocent, gauche, accident-prone Lancashire lad; frequently he is in a skilled trade (photographer, typesetter, gramophone engineer) and lives in the south, either in the suburbs or the countryside, thus nationalizing his appeal; he has a bashful courtship with a brisk, sensible heroine with an upper-class accent; he is put through a succession of comic humiliations but he eventually wins the girl and achieves success in his job or in sport or, later, in war. The point of universal identification was that if Formby could win through against adversity, then anyone could. His eternal optimism was summed up by his catch-phrase ‘Turned out nice again, hasn't it’.

It was thus partly by becoming a universal symbol that Formby achieved his success. He was northern and working-class but, more important, he was the little man who wins through against all the odds, as Chaplin had been on the silent screen, and as Norman Wisdom was to be in the 1950s. He was, as Colin MacInnes observed, Everyman, ‘the urban “little man” defeated—but refusing to admit it’ (Sunday Times, 13 Jan 1963). Mass-Observation recorded that the fantasy sequence in Let George do it (1940), in which Formby landed at Nuremberg and knocked out Hitler, was one of the biggest cultural morale-boosters of the early war years, the visual encapsulation of the people's war with the English Everyman flooring the Nazi Superman. The popularity of his character is indicated by the fact that from 1937 to 1943 inclusive Formby was the top British male star at the cinema box office, and from 1938 to 1942 the highest-paid entertainer in Britain.











Packing for India!!!!




Packing for India!!!!





I fly out TOMORROW! I still can't believe it! Orlando to London, a day layover in London to putz around (on Valentines Day, without my valentine!), then on to Delhi. Will be in Delhi for a month, then a 4 day stop in London, then back home to Tampa. Whew!

I figured it's a good record of my life for the past few days (err.. weeks). I've put "notes" all over the photo - hover your mouse over them to read my notes. I'm taking one backpack, and one camera/messenger bag. While this feels "heavy" compared to my hard-core pack-light approach to Thailand, I still think it's pretty minimalist.

PS: As you can see, I'm a HUGE fan of compartmentalizing. "Everything goes in a ziplock or container". I hate opening my backpack & seeing a jumble of stuff. Even the toiletry bag has everything divided into ziplock bags by type.









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