One report claims the track was written in 1980, though this information has not been confirmed. At the very least, this composition dates back to the early ’90s: a dance pop singer named Safire recorded a snappier version of the tune (which she called I Never Heard), and released it on her 1991 album I Wasn’t Born Yesterday.Here’s Safire’s bouncy take on the track, featuring backing vocals by Brian McKnight:FILM REVIEW: Titanic 3D minute by minuteJames Cameron’s Titanic was always a marathon at three hours and counting. As it returns in 3D, Eli Glasner examines the experience minute by minute and discovers Cline Dion’s ubiquitous soundtrack, and James Cameron’s risible dialogue, have not improved with age.
Edit: I’m a bit concerned given that the left switch appears to be a switch leg rather than having a neutral to me this implies (though doesn’t confirm) that they are on different circuits. I have a bunch of two gang switches like this in my house that have a switch with neutral from one circuit that heads out to a light and also a switch leg for a light on a totally different circuit. Also the fact that one is kitchen and one is basement may imply (though again not necessarily) they are on different circuits as circuits tend to be arranged by area in a house..
But to paraphrase the Dude: you know, that’s just like, uh, my opinion, man.FILM REVIEW: Titanic 3D minute by minuteJames Cameron’s Titanic was always a marathon at three hours and counting. As it returns in 3D, Eli Glasner examines the experience minute by minute and discovers Cline Dion’s ubiquitous soundtrack, and James Cameron’s risible dialogue, have not improved with age. Continue reading this postSparkle trailer gives last glimpse of Whitney HoustonA trailer for the movie musical Sparkle was released Monday, giving us a glimpse of Whitney Houston’s last project.
As Nera Tanden, chief executive of the liberal group Center for American Progress, described Price: supports taking health care away from millions of Americans, discriminates against the health needs of women, denies the dignity of LGBT people and wants to gut programs that support low income working families. Flash point Price will have to deal with is overhaul of Medicare and Medicaid, which are slated to run out of money over the next dozen years or so. Price makes common cause with House Speaker Paul Ryan on the need to trim those programs promises, which could prove much more unpopular than changing the controversial ACA, which benefits far fewer Americans than does Medicare..