Thursday, April 28, 2011

Pastor David Wilkerson of Times Square Church Dies in Car Accident

David Wilkerson the influential evangelical pastor/founder of the Times Square Church has died in a car accident in East Texas. It is reported that his car veered into the path of a semi. Wilkerson was also the founder of Teen Challenge a very successful faith based drug and alcohol rehab program and the writer of the book "The Cross and The Switchblade" which was later made into a movie. He was 79.

Boston Bruins Goal Song!!!!

Go to the :46 second mark.

(VIDEO) Watch Twister Take Form in Downtown Tuscaloosa, Over 150 Dead in Alabama

Tornado starts to come together around 4:40 mark

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Missing Maine Mother Krysta Dittmeyer's Body Found in Nearby Pond

New Hampshire authorities have discovered the body of missing Maine woman Krysta Dittmeyer in a nearby retaining pond. Dittmeyer disappeared Saturday (4/23) her daughter was discovered unharmed in her car with no sign of her. Reports Tuesday said that blood was found in her car.
Link to complete ABC News Story

Donald Trump Proud of Himself over Release of Obama Birth Certificate (VIDEO)

Very proud and honored of himself.

President Obama Releases His Birth Cerificate (SEE IT HERE)

After weeks of Donald Trump questioning Obama's place of birth, The White House has released his birth certificate

Click Here to View Obama's Birth Certificate

Monday, April 25, 2011

Salem,NH Soldier Beats the Odds and Walks

Doctors were preparing Sgt. Arthur Barnes for life in a wheelchair, he had different ideas.

Link to complete Eagle Tribune story

NFL Lockout Over, Judge Forces Owners to Resume Football Operations

U.S. District Court Judge Susan Richard Nelson has ordered the NFL Owners to resume football operations. This ruling could allow players to return to their teams as early as Thursday if the owners don't appeal. They most likely will appeal.Keep in mind the Federal Courts have not been friendly to the owners.

Link to Complete LA Times Story

Thursday, April 21, 2011

What Ever Happened to Chunk From The Goonies? (VIDEO)

Senator John Ensign of Nevada to Resign Friday is reporting that Nevada Senator John Ensign will resign tomorrow.

Link to Complete Politico Story

Amazing "Play At The Plate",Runner Hops Over Catcher (VIDEO)

Terrifying New Tsunami Video, Wave Swallows Entire Town of Minami-Sanriku (VIDEO)

The video starts with a bunch of people whose terrified voices you can hear as they watch from a hill as the Tsunami slowly pours in to there town. You can see vehicles driving into the town unbeknownst to the huge wall of water just beyond them.Nearing the end of the video panicked people are seen running for their lives.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Sex In The Kitchen


Now most people think that it begins in the bedroom but I think that it is in the kitchen!

Ask yourself this....Do your children know that you and your husband are in love? Do they see hugs and kisses? Do they notice sweet words and endearing glances? Do they see that playful tap as you walk by each other? I remember a woman telling me about the conversation that she was able to have with her teenage daughter as she was washing her nightie in perfumed water, getting ready to go on a weekend get away.

I pray that there is not even a question in your child's mind as to the depth of relationship between you and your mate. I realize that it goes without saying that there is much more to be considered along these lines...

Emotional attention: Do your children see you console, listen to and comfort one another? Do they only hear you say good things about each other ?
Do they see that you truly "prefer" one another over the rest of the world and all that it contains?
Do they see you as an united front?
Are you demonstrating how to disagree in a healthy way?

Believe me.... many things are seen, heard and learned in the kitchen....

and for you single parents..... They are learning from your singleness as well....every minute of every day.
How you deal with anger, fear, disappointment and relationships. On the phone are you saying one thing and acting out another?
Man ~oh ~ man Lots more than food is cookin' in the kitchen!

Marnie has made her home in Salem,NH for the past 39 years .Children raised, she is excited to minister the Lord's rest to the women that come to her door. Over the years many have known her home as a "shelter in the time of storm" or a place for a friendly cup of tea. She welcomes you to come and share her home....put your feet up....enjoy the gardens and fountains or toast by the crackling fireplace. Whenever, Whatever, Wherever...You will leave refreshed.
You can contact her through her website by clicking here


FYI: Skynet Became Self Aware Yesterday (VIDEO)

"The events take place in an alternate timeline from that of Terminator 3: The Rise of the Machines. Skynet was now implemented on April 19, 2011 and will begin its attack against humanity on April 21. The protagonists travel in time from 1999 to 2007 and take actions to prevent Skynet's activation." -Wikipedia

Just so you know.

We all know what happens next. Godspeed.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

New England Patriots Complete 2011 Schedule

Link to Complete 2011 NFL Schedule

Patriots Complete 2011 Schedule

Mon 9/12/2011 7:00 PM @ Dolphins WCVB / ESPN

Sun 9/18/2011 4:15 PM vs Chargers WBZ / CBS

Sun 9/25/2011 1:00 PM @ Bills WBZ / CBS

Sun 10/2/2011 4:15 PM @ Raiders WBZ / CBS

Sun 10/9/2011 4:15 PM vs Jets WBZ / CBS

Sun 10/16/2011 4:15 PM vs Cowboys WFXT / FOX

Sun 10/23/2011 vs Bye

Sun 10/30/2011 4:15 PM @ Steelers WBZ / CBS

Sun 11/6/2011 4:15 PM vs Giants WFXT / FOX

Sun 11/13/2011 8:20 PM @ Jets WHDH / NBC

Mon 11/21/2011 8:30 PM vs Chiefs WCVB / ESPN

Sun 11/27/2011 4:15 PM @ Eagles WBZ / CBS

Sun 12/4/2011 8:20 PM vs Colts WHDH / NBC

Sun 12/11/2011 1:00 PM @ Redskins WBZ / CBS

Sun 12/18/2011 4:15 PM @ Broncos WBZ / CBS

Sat 12/24/2011 1:00 PM vs Dolphins WBZ / CBS

Sun 1/1/2012 1:00 PM vs Bills WBZ / CBS


Complete 2011 NFL Schedule Released

Link to New England Patriots Complete 2011 Schedule

The NFL kicks off it's 2011 season Thursday September 8th at Lambeau Field with the Super Bowl Champion Packers hosting the New Orleans Saints.

Link to Complete 2011 NFL Schedule


Local Artist,Mom to be Featured on National PBS Commercials

Kid Frank

Elisa Leavitt of Salem,NH who has been featured on Boston's WGBH public television "Change Your World" campaign is going national. Elisa and her son George's story are now going to be part of a national campaign on PBS.

Disclaimer:Elisa and George are my wife and son and they are AWESOME!!

Brand New SSP Video "Hit Me Up On Facebook" (VIDEO)

Boston Marathon Starting Line Time Lapse (VIDEO)

Monday, April 18, 2011

Mini Fridge Beer Cannon With iPhone Targeting (VIDEO)

Disclaimer:Kid Frank does not endorse beer drinking "publicly", privately maybe.Even though this video is pretty much a beer commercial, I thought it was interesting.

Greetings From Alaska:The Last Frontier

Kid Frank
Contributor: Michelle Denault

Having spent the last five winters living within the Foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range in California, I would be commonly referred to as 'green' by Alaskans. In fact, even having grown up in New England pales in comparison to camping out in 40 below weather. When I was looking to move to Alaska I remember coming across a posting in which a man mentioned that not only do you have to pay ridiculous fees to transport your belongings across Canada to Alaska by any method of travel but you also have to buy a whole new wardrobe if you plan on going out at all. Boy was he right! From 60 below pac boots to liner gloves, snow pants, gators, a down coat, a fleece coat to go under it to wool socks, $75 dollar mittens and layers upon layers, I sure did! You think you have winter clothes until you try playing outdoors in Alaska and realize most of what you had bought in preparation needs to go.

It’s interesting how a state so new compared to some in our nation can carry a unique underlying culture that sets itself apart. Differences someone green like me would notice about what is called the last great frontier on the planet? Well for starters, people wear fur here...not simply as a style choice as sometimes seen in the lower 48 but if you're going to be outdoors in the winter, almost as a necessity. Yes, having a fur ruff on your coat will keep your face warmer against the blistering wind than anything else will. Also, almost everyone hunts here. Well yes, those of you who know me may question my willingness to accept hunting. No I have never been a hunter and yes I am still against sport hunting however hunting is an undeniable way of life here. We're not even talking about the remote Native Alaskan villages who of course rely on hunting as their main source of protein, have no access to grocery stores and even if they did would most likely still continue to practice traditional ways of life that have been carried on since time immemorial. I'm talking about even people in the city who have access to markets. Things are expensive here! I thought California was expensive but even in Anchorage which boosts a population that seems to vary from 200,000-300,000 depending on the website you check, things sure do cost! Yes there are plenty of stores, it is a city. It's funny how family and friends have asked me on several occasions if there were 'regular' stores in Alaska but even with the stores Anchorage offers, things cost to ship here so consumers will pay to buy, that includes food and if you're going to play outside in below freezing temps in the winter it would benefit you to have a good source of protein. Most Alaskans that I've come across have extra storage freezers for their moose, caribou and salmon, just to name a few of the many food resources Alaska offers. During dip netting season you can catch at least 35 large salmon for your household, the number increasing of course depending on how many to your family. If you are lucky enough to have a good surplus of salmon, a moose and a caribou to feed your family during the winter months you are probably going to save thousands and best of all this is all natural meat. An animal in a farm somewhere did not have to get pumped up with steroids and antibiotics and walk around in a small pen filled with its own feces, eating corn (a diet unnatural to its breed that causes pollution when released), its very existence solely for human consumption. And while one may think things like salmon would be relatively inexpensive to purchase in markets in Alaska since there is such a readily available abundance in the state, think again. So yes, after witnessing first-hand the subsidence life-style of Alaskans and as long as it is done in the most humane and respectful manner possible, I am beginning to ponder the subtle beauty of a more traditional life-style lost to many in our modern world of consumerism.

Camping in 40 below weather was something new. Of course this is for the experienced only and luckily my boyfriend Michael, an Alaskan resident of nine years who grew up in the wintry blisters of Northern Maine (Alaska's said to be sister state...or maybe cousin!) and was trained in all types of survival and safety techniques during his eight years in the military, is there to guide me through my experiences in the vast reaches of the Alaskan wilderness. So while someone like me armed with only an appreciation for the outdoors can take on such a feet, you also need to be either well informed or with someone who is. During one snow mobile trip back (or snow machines as Michael likes to call them since their work sleds) two of my toes went numb....the rest were fine in fact my feet didn't even feel cold. I was actually proud of myself thinking it was the first two hour snow machine trip back in from the remote lake we ice fish at, that I didn’t feel cold. I’m guessing this was due to the couple swigs of Jack Daniels chased with Alaskan Amber beer that we had before leaving camp. After packing up two snow machines pulling tote sleds containing cooking and fishing supplies, three backpacks filled with gear, a gas powered ice auger and a multitude of other tools and supplies needed for a remote trip; we had earned this liquid luxury. The slight buzz made the long snow machine ride back seem a bit shorter and as night was approaching I was awestruck by the return path lined with black spruce, white spruce and aspen trees…lone survivors of the tumultuous winter, lit up by the sparkling snow that sat upon their branches. The darkness descended its slow embrace upon us in the deep quiet of winter, the only sound the slight hum from the snow machine. Lost in thoughts brought upon by the magnificence of nature, I suddenly noticed two of my toes were completely numb. Even though I had my poly-propylene liner socks on, a pair of heavy wool mountaineering socks and my waterproof pack boots with fleece liners and extra felt insoles, the harsh reminder that I hadn’t taken my liners out to dry the night before pressed upon me. A mistake that has most likely caused many their toes. When we got to the generator powered lodge that sat between the remote lake we had ice fished and camped at and a four hour truck ride back to civilization, I took everything off to notice the rest of my feet were beet red, while the two numb toes were bone white. Now had our ride back been too long, we could have stopped to make a fire to get some blood back in my toes or there's always sticking a body part under someone’s armpit to warm up, but neither were necessary and after about 15 minutes near the fire my feet were fine. It was an important lesson of how harsh Mother Nature can be. As was the time I broke down and cried at 3am because I was just so hungry and so cold, feeling as if the very blood inside my body was frozen but that's another story and boy it is a remarkable experience to have your ass-kicked by Mother Nature. An important reminder that no matter how prepared and experienced we may think we are, we really all are at her mercy. She can chew us up and spit us out anytime she wishes.

Now why would someone want to endure this, since I’m not too fond of being cold I've been asked this question a few times. Let me tell you that I have seen snow in many states but none of it sparkles like the snow in Alaska! There's also the eagles, the moose, the Dahl sheep and the beluga whales all of which I’ve even seen from the roadside. Also, apparently the colder it is the better your chance to see the Northern Lights and man are they worth it. Imagine the whole sky becoming alive with vivid neon colors that pulsate with a will of their own, ever changing and incredible. The Northern Lights are indeed one of the great wonders of our universe and having witnessed this phenomenon with my own two eyes, even the most remarkable of photos cannot begin to capture the essence and the mysterious wonder of seeing this for yourself. Also do you know the feeling of going to sleep at night while listening to wolves sniff at your belongings outside an ice house with a small tarp door secured only by a staple gun because moments later they surrounded your camp like ghosts watching your 7-month old malamute puppy do frantic circles around the area, undoubtedly having picked up on their wild and hungry scent. Or waking to view their huge prints that had encircled your quarters the night before. Maybe a little scary but if you knew you were safe at the time, also incredible.

Another thing, everyone carries guns in fact you don't even need a permit. The very first time I visited Alaska Michael told me that even the hippies’ carry guns here for bear protection. He was proved right when we went for a hike up a mountain and down came a patchouli smelling friendly hippie, low and behold there was a pistol tucked in his pants. If you come across an 8 foot, 800-1,000 lb. hungry grizzly or maybe mother grizzly protecting her cub would you want to chance it with a stick or bear spray? If you like to be outdoors during bear season then it seems guns are a way of life here. Survival is also a way of life. People seem to be helpful and willing in Alaska. In comparison to the lower 48 there seems to be more opportunities in which you may find yourself relying on the help of another person to survive and people seem to understand that. Our truck got stuck in a snow bank once and having gone out for a quick ride we didn't bring gloves, hats, etc. Spares are always a good thing, as are chains. But that's the experience of my first winter in Alaska. This summer we're going out for two months on the Yukon River on a motorized freight canoe to explore the last great frontier and her back country...this adventure will indeed bring a whole new set of lessons, not to mention about $1,000 in new gear such as hip waders, a life jacket, back-up canoe paddle, rain gear, etc.! And ah yes let's not forget the savage model 99 rifle Michael just got me for bear protection. Come on ladies and they say diamonds are forever what about a classic rifle? Does a diamond have the ability to save your life?

Friday, April 15, 2011

Red Sox Sign Adrian Gonzalez to 7 Year Deal

Link To:Great Red Sox, Yankee Rivalry Commercial Featuring Alec Baldwin and John Krasinski

98.5 The Sports Hub is reporting th Boston Red Sox and Adrian Gonzalez have agreed to a seven year $154 million deal.


My boys *must be gay*...They wear my shoes!

Kid Frank regular: Elisa Leavitt, You can view, purchase or maybe even have a chat with her by clicking here.

If you have watched the news at all recently, you probably saw the J.Crew-pink-toenails controversy. I feel the need to comment, because I am outraged at the idiocy that this is even a *story*.

LINK to complete ABC News story

First of all. I have THREE BOYS. I do not have a daughter. My house is full of testosterone, snips, snails and puppy dogs tails, and a whole lot of weird smells. My floor is never clean, and my bathroom? Well, forget it. It's just disgusting. Yes, I live with boys.
The thing that riled me up about this story, is the fact that people are assuming that this mother is making her child "gay" by painting his toenails. I would like to note that my kids would probably dress up like Shirley Temple --even put a curly top wig on and tap dance their brains out to get into a magazine or catalog. How exciting to get to be in print-- and for something as simple as letting mom paint their toes? well, we've already done that. All 3 of my children have asked me on more than one occasion if I could paint their nails. Out of mere fascination, and the FUN of having their nails colored. Nail polish is exciting. Its paint..made for putting on your body. Is it gendered? No. Thanks to the brilliant minds behind the scenes, we now have a billion color choices, and there are a lot of males who paint their nails. I'd be the first mom to cringe if my kids wanted press on nails... but as soon as they realized how few things you can actually *do* with press on's, they'd never want them again anyway. For injury sake, I'd say no. Is dress up only for girls? Not by a long shot. I know a little boy who wears a ninja suit on a regular basis. My children spent YEARS in red capes. 24-7. To Dr. appointments, to the grocery store... Whats the difference? Superheroes probably paint their nails. I've never met a superhero in real life... but I know spandex is a big part of their getup. How gender oriented is SPANDEX? I prefer my husband to NOT wear it... but if he was saving the world, yes. I think spandex would be very appropriate.
The psychologist making comments in this story is suggesting that the mother is psychologically damaging her son by painting his toes. I dare say that if you're not having sweet interactions like this with your mom, you're really going to be screwed up. Factually, the first 5 years of a child's life is the most important as far as development and character and bonding with your parents. It sets the tone for who you will become.
Little boys have a short window of time between birth and school age where mom is an all-powerful and important person who is their entire world. This child in the ad "clearly" is having a wonderful time of having his toes painted. And if his favorite color is pink? Well, that says an awful lot about his mother. I don't pick my kids favorite color, do you? My kids are allowed to have their own opinion... especially on favorite color. If you can't let your kid have a favorite color-- your child will DEFINITELY be in need of therapy when he's older.
My youngest child is now 5 years old. For the first time, I am forced to face the reality that my reign as "all powerful and amazing mommy" is rapidly drawing to an end. As my youngest child is joining the ranks with his bothers, and is now marching in his daddy's shoes with the other two. They are not trying to be like me anymore you see... They are now trying to be just like Dad. This is the natural course of things. My babies have now become little men, and have all realized that mommy powdering their noses, and trying on moms sparkly high heel shoes is not as cool as it use dto be.
This psychologist should have spent the last 9 years at my house. I'd love to hear the outrage over the way I let my kids all have their high-heel races up and down the hallway. I would love to see his eyes pop out of his skull when my boys helped fold laundry and tried on my bras. I'd love to see him reel over the desperation in my children's eyes to have me apply lip gloss to their lips when I was putting my makeup on. Are my kids gay? So far-- they aren't. If lip gloss and nail polish makes you gay... then I wouldn't have married my husband, and I wouldn't be cleaning pee from around my toilet seat 15 times a day. This is just the silliest thing I have ever heard.
If your little boy was repulsed by girly things, wouldn't you be more inclined to think he was gay? No? Its completely normal for boys to have a fascination for glitter. Its pretty. Girls are pretty. In my house, it's so rare to see pink and sparkly things, that when something comes into my house that is-- my kids stop dead in their tracks and gawk. We never had a Dora the Explorer play set. You betcha' that when they go to someone elses house, they want to play with that. Its a normal reaction.... Colors you don't see often are exciting. That's why we get excited to see flowers after a long snowy winter. Colors are exciting. High heeled shoes are exciting. (Any straight man can tell you this too.) Men design shoes. Sequins and fabrics are beautiful. Throughout history-- kings demanded to be clothed in the richest purples and silks because its SO BEAUTIFUL. Purple and pink are not gender specific. Its a color. And while you're at it with the gender identity... your little boys have estrogen too. Fact.
My youngest son had a pink and purple Mohawk for months. I dyed it with real permanent hair dye for him. He wanted it so badly that I caved. I'd say 95% of people had great reactions. The other 5%? Homo phobics who made comments as ridiculous as this story about the boy with pink toes. Its a pink Mohawk. He loves it. Have a sense of humor and keep your opinions to yourself.
I can imagine that someday my children's wives will be very grateful that I let them each have a doll and practice holding babies the right way. That they played house and cooked and cleaned with me and did all sorts of "girl things". Laundry is for everyone. Not for just for women. My boys will know how to sort and fold and cook and clean, and maybe even BRAID HAIR. They will be the best Dad's EVER.
No matter what these crazy people say, I know one thing for sure. Nobody rocks a pair of heels like my son can. He can walk better in them than I do! I know I am not a perfect parent. I am absolutely sure that my kids are screwed up and will probably need to visit a psychiatrist one day... but I'm sure beyond a shadow of a doubt that it's going to be for a million other things, and not for me letting them have polish on their toes.
Stephen Tyler sings a song about the color pink... He's revered as a legend. If you're a grown man, is it then alright to like the color pink? If you are a grown-up and you still feel like you aren't allowed to have a color you like, then perhaps you should make an appointment with a psychiatrist right away.

here's a great little video my friend found that seems exactly appropriate for this subject:

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Barry Bonds Guilty of Obstructing Justice (VIDEO)

Barry Bonds has been found guilty of Obstructing Justice when he testified in front of a federal grand jury in 2003.

Bond Found Guilty, complete story


Sunday, April 10, 2011

Owen Launier Benefit Sayde's Restaurant, Salem NH 4/30/11


Fundraiser takes place April 30,2011 3:00 PM until Closeat Sayde's Restaurant 136 Cluff Crossing Rd. Salem,NH.

Owen Launier was born on September 3, 2006 a perfectly normal and healthy little boy. At the age of 6 months, Owen had his first seizure and was flown by helicopter to the Children's Hospital in Boston, Ma where a battery of tests were performed. At the age of 1, Owen was diagnosed with Dravet Syndrome which is a rare form of intractable Epilepsy. Owen is now 4years old and suffers from multiple seizures on a daily basis. Owen often stops breathing while he is seizing and has needed mouth to mouth to get him back on a couple of occasions.
While Owen is unlikely aware of the seizure activity, it severely impacts his quality of life. Owen was recently granted a wish from the Make-A-Wish Foundation. They gave him a massive swing set with three slides and two clubhouses. Unfortunately, Owen can't enjoy it because the excitement causes him to have seizures.
Owen sleeps with his mom (Cindy) and his dad (Scott) because he has been found seizing in his bed in the morning. He can not be left alone for even a minute.
Our goal is to provide Owen with everything that we can to make his life a little easier for him. There are two medications that are currently not approved for use by the FDA that have been tested and proven to be successful on many children with Dravet.
One of the medicines is called Stirripentol and is only available from Canada and France and will likely cost about $1,500.00 a month. The other medicine is called Clobozam and will cost anywhere from $250-$500 a month.
For $15,000.00 Owen could have a seizure dog for life. This dog would have the capability of warning his parents up to an hour in advance of a pending seizure. This dog could also be trained to alert emergency personnel and could also activate an implanted vagus nerve stimulator (VNS) to stop a seizure. Another thing that would help Owen would be a bigger bedroom and bathroom. Owen often has his seizures in the tub, again due to the excitement and temperature change. The bathroom is too small to administer emergency medicine or attention requiring him to be moved to another room. Owen is not getting any smaller and will be sleeping with his parents for the foreseeable future. Emergency personnel were not able to fit around their bed in their small bedroom during his last seizure costing valuable minutes of life saving attention. We would like to provide him with a larger bed so they could sleep comfortably and a larger bedroom so that EMT could have easy access to him.
Although I know we probably can't give Owen everything he needs, I know that there are a lot of great people out there that can and will help to make this fundraiser a success!! We will be selling rubber bracelets for the cause, there will be a $10.00 donation at the door, we will be selling raffle tickets and hold a silent auction, (anyone looking to donate a gift certificate or gift basket, please do so), there will be food all day and night (people are encouraged to bring an appetizer, meal or dessert, so that there will be enough food throughout the whole event). Let's get together to make some magic happen for this little boy. Anyone interested in volunteering or to making a donation please call Sayde's Reataurant and they will give you more details. 603-890-1032. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

Friday, April 8, 2011

Man Stroke Woman, Glitter

Manny Ramirez Tests Positive, Retires

Manny Ramirez has been caught juicing again. Rather than face the consequences, a 100 game suspension. He has chosen to retire.

Complete ESPN Manny Juicing story

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Red Sox In Bed With Lebron James

As you know the Red Sox(Fenway Sports Group) purchased English soccer team Liverpool FC last year. FSG has now sold a minority interest in the club to none other than Lebron James of the Miami Heat.It is believed to be the first time an active superstar athlete has bought an interest in an English Soccer team.

Link to Red Sox,Lebron CNBC story


Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Bill and Ted 3 is Coming, Keanu Reeves Confirms

Link to Contacts Music Story


Report:Meredith Vieira Leaving Today Show?

First Katie Couric leaves CBS now her replacement is reportedly stepping down at Today.USA Today Reports say that Meredith Vieira will leave the Today Show when her contract ends in September.

Link To USA Today Story


Friday, April 1, 2011

From WGBH: Mom Explains Her Son's Aspergers Syndrome (VIDEO)

Link:Understanding My Son's Amazing Brain. -Elisa Leavitt

Elisa is an amazing mother,wife and a tireless advocate and defender for not only her son George but many others throughout the autistic community. She longs to help these amazing people be understood. If you would like to read more about Elisa and her son's diagnosis here are links to two articles she has written under her pen name Anne Random about her and her son's journey. If you have any questions Elisa can be contacted at .

Link: Where does this piece go?-Elisa Leavitt

Make Your Mom Proud (VIDEO)

Hilarious, thanks Kristen.

"Mad Men" Producer Matthew Wiener Signs Two Year Deal, Series Resumes in 2012

Mad Men producer Matthew Wiener has finally signed a two year up to 30 million dollar contract, with an company option for a third(seventh season). The highly acclaimed series will begin shooting in July and will return to AMC in March 2012. In somewhat tense negotiations over product placement and adding two minutes more of commercials, Wiener was quoted as saying "I walked away from it 4-5 times in the past few days."
Savor these next three seasons because that is all you are getting as Wiener was also quoted by Deadline Hollywood "These are the last three seasons of Mad Men...I'm going to take it one year at a time without the distraction to ever have to go through this again."

Link to complete Guardian story