#RopeLife ! 🙌🏻 a huge thank you shout out to Dutch Master Webb for inviting me to be a special guest judge in the 30 Second Freestyle Battle at #StandBattle2019 ! It was my first time judging a double dutch competition and it was so exciting to see all the talent on the floor! Double dutch and the Jumprope community means so much to me as a former competitor, coach and instructor I just love to see everyone showing off their skills that they work so hard to master. Coming from Indiana to the east coast, I’ve gotten to experience a different world of double dutch and its been amazing getting to know everyone out here in Brooklyn and the teams who travel from NJ and CT. NOW THIS BATTLE HERE had me on the edge of my seat!! 😂 These two young ladies were going AWF in the ropes but the moment the girl in yellow jumped in her opponent’s ropes felt like that scene in Drumline when Nick Cannon taps on his opponent’s drums 😂😮 Congrats to all the jumpers, teams and everyone who made this event a success. See y’all next year! Repost @floydfoundation#doubledutch#standbattle#brooklyn#nyc#intheropes#competition#battlemode#specialguest#freestylebattle#worldclassjumpers#worldclass
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🇩🇴 🇩🇴 FRIDAY February 22 🇩🇴 🇩🇴
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Today, February 22, 1965 in The Beatles History, The Beatles fly to the Bahamas.
Every picture supporting today’s story is shown by special permission. @luceene.ani
Lucerne’s profile is worth checking out, I’m a bit of an artist myself, but not even in the same league! So check her out, “like”, “follow” and enjoy!
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So....The Beatles left London Airport on a chartered flight to the Bahamas to begin filming their second feature film Help!
Their Boeing 707 was seen off by 1,400 fans. The flight stopped in New York to refuel, but The Beatles' party did not leave the plane although US Customs and Immigration wanted them to pass through customs.
George, “Brandon De Wilde was an actor, a James Dean type. He liked The Beatles' music and he heard we were going to film in the Bahamas, so he came over from the States with a big bag of reefer. We smoked on the plane, all the way to the Bahamas. It was a charter flight, with all the film people – the actors and the crew – and we thought, 'No, nobody will notice.' We had Mal smoking cigars to drown out the smell.”
Upon their arrival in the Bahamas they held a swiftly-organised press conference at the airport. They then checked in to their suites at the Balmoral Club near Cable Beach, Nassau, and later enjoyed a midnight swim in the ocean, thank goodness the sharks were Beatle fans!
Here's our next guest signing onto Kogaracon 2019's Virtual Reality!
WAYNE GRAYSON is a New York-based actor who has been working professionally in the voiceover field for over 20 years.
Favorite credits include: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Michelangelo), various incarnations of Yu-gi-Oh! (Joey Wheeler/Syrus Truesdale/Shadi/Professor Banner), and Ultimate Muscle--all for 4Kids Productions/4KMedia; Xp-Men: Gifted (Wing); Sadamitsu the Destroyer (Sadamitsu); Astroblast! (Comet); Octonauts (Peso); Samurai Deeper Kyo (Benitora); Mobile Suit Gundam; Mia and the Magoo; Your Name; Fablevision; and many children's audiobooks, including Flat Stanley.
He is also very active in the NY theatre scene, specializing in classics, having appeared in the city proper and in regional venues, as well as four seasons with the NY Fringe Festival.
NY stage appearances include: A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Tempest, Native Speech, Last Call, The Average-Sized Mermaid, The Drummer Must Die!, Measure for Measure, and Five By Ives (a production that involved many voiceover colleagues). A life-long comic book and science fiction fan, he lives in upper Manhattan with his wife and two children.
You can check out more of his work and rolls on his Behind the Voice Actors page! http://www.behindthevoiceactors.com/Wayne-Grayson/
Don't forget to check out his IMDb profile too!
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***** Guest announcement ***** Ming Chen’s road to Jay & Silent Bob’s Secret Stash all began in 1995, when the college student, video store employee, and Kevin
Smith follower developed a fan website based on the movie Clerks. Smith, who appreciated Chen’s work, reached out and asked him to
create the Web site for his production company, View Askew Productions. Twenty Two years later, not only does Chen continue to work on all of Smith’s online projects, but he has also ventured into several other areas within the Kevin Smith empire, most recently hosting a weekly podcast called I Sell Comics! with Michael Zapcic on Smith’s radio network, S.I.R.!: SModcast Internet Radio. Chen is not only the technical expert for The Stash, but he is also the perfect person to send out to do the jobs no one else wants to do. He takes it all with a smile, and is happy to be a part of the team. During his free time, Chen serves on the board for the non-profit organization Root to Rise. He also co-owns a podcast studio with Mike Zapcic called “A Shared Universe” and is a partner in a coffee, gaming and comics café called “Coral Sword” in Houston, Texas with major league ballplayer Hunter Pence. Chen has been married to his wife Debbie for 15 years and has two children, Lillian and Harrison. #comicbookmen#comics#kevinsmith#hsvexpo#cosplay#specialguest