CBS ruled Sunday night with “Big Brother,” while the MDA Telethon hit new lows according to the Nielsen television ratings for Sunday, September 1, 2013.
Milland brings the perfect amount of intensity to the role of Xavier. And although I wasn’t crazy about Van der Vlis myself, she served her purpose. She not only added a bit of eye candy to the film but she also made the point that pretty women can also have brains.
This is a deep subject, and I don’t care to debate it, but it is sad when the members control the pastors or run them off, or pastors take sides to stay. When our ministers and deacons are controlled by these sprits, and they rebel and try to control the church to make sure nothing ever changes even if we lose Gods favor and the church gets smaller, they just make the excuse only a few will enter in, straight and narrow is the way. We need to quit allowing Satan to fool us, and bewitch us and begin allowing God to work through his ministry to clean out these spirits: repent and allow Gods power to return to the church. When we start growing it will be a sign of Gods favor.
A great coin trick would be when you have a glass upside down and a coin on a sheet of colored paper next to it. You put a handkerchief over the glass and move it over. You say a few snazzy words, pull the handkerchief off and bam the coin has disappeared!
KGMB has all new episodes of their winning lineup – The Big Bang Theory, #My Dad Says, CSI, and The Mentalist. The CSI crew discover a body that suggests the victim was executed in an electric chair. In The Mentalist, the team works on a double homicide and Jane has to compete with a criminal profiler.
When it comes to the other networks, Fox received solid numbers thanks to baseball while NBC’s lineup of comedies plus “The Apprentice” struggled yet again. The real surprise of the week was that “Grey’s” was actually beat out by 100,000 viewers to “S$#% My Dad Says,” which has been largely panned by critics despite just grabbing a full-season order.
Improve interpersonal skills – The real magic of magic is not in the trick itself but in the experience. The magician will create the experience with his actions and words. Interaction is always a key, although most people would give you some moments that cannot be too good. Always think that your interpersonal skills should be polished for better overall performance.
The third episode of Warehouse 13 was the best to date, blending comedy and science fiction with ease. The characters of Myka and Lattimer are beginning to gel and a possible romantic relationship is surely on the horizon. Artie continues to provide comic relief and his side story is starting to take off. We’ll see if the show can continue to keep up the X-Files-esque mystery writing and rope in a few more viewers.