:: Harold Perrineau ojcem

 21.1.2008 | BAKLO
Jak informuje filmowa część serwisu, aktor Harold Perinneau, znany nam z roli Michaela w Zagubionych, po raz drugi zostanie ojcem. Matką dziecka, którego przyjście na świat przewidziano w maju, jest żona aktora - Brittany.

Para jest małżeństwem już 6 lat, ale związani ze sobą są znacznie dłużej. Harold i Brittany są już bowiem rodzicami 12-letniej córki Aurory. Kolejne dziecko państwa Perinneau również będzie dziewczynką. Para nie wybrała jeszcze imienia dla drugiej córeczki.

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I think that Obama's transition from cpiaaignmng to conclusion was far more dramatic than McCain's transition. The speech given at the rally in Virginia was exciting and motivational. It left the audience with great anticipation for election day and made every person feel that their voice was significant and their vote the following day was not only necessary but also valued. Obama is a naturally good speaker and he many of his rallies do just that, they motivate, and gain support by firing up the crowd in a powerful way. For his acceptance speech, I felt that Obama's response was far more professional and serious at this point. This was not only a historical moment but, the entire country is now looking to him to make the necessary changes to save the suffering economy along with a number of other issues. Obama, took on the role of the president that night not because of his number of votes but by the way he addressed his audience in such a professional manner. This may be a strange analogy but I feel like he went from being a motivational/cheerleader at a pep rally to the leader of the country (in his speaking style at least).McCain too switched roles in his speaking style but I think, he knew he would not win the presidency and so at the point both his speech in New Mexico and his concession speech in Arizona were the conclusions to a long journey and his last effort to regain as much support and respect from the pubic as he could.I was so impressed with McCain's concession speech. It was not only effective, but it served a much greater purpose for McCain as an individual and as a Senator. He has so many supporters and many of them respect him on a deep level not for his politics but for his service to the country. Because of this, he needed to leave his supporters in a respectful and honorable way,by taking the blame on himself. He made an humble and honorable speech that also helped to save the republican party as a whole, which had been dramatically hurt through this campaign process. The most significant thing he did was leave the people with a charge to support the new president. To support the leader of the country and although they may not agree with every decision, it is the duty of Americans to show him the worthy respect of the leader of the nation. I don't think I would have expected the same things from Barak Obama if he had lost. I would have, undoubtedly, expected him to bow out gracefully and respectfully, showing gratitude for the people's support and the duty to support the new president-elect. But if Obama had not won the presidency I am sure that it would not have been the end of his political career and therefore would still need to maintain his supporter for future years. All that to say, Obama did win the presidency and his speech was exactly as I had expected it. He has always been known for his speaking skill and the way he captures the attention of the audience. I was pleasantly surprised with the way he kept specific political agendas out of the speech. This particular campaign has been exhausting and extremely controversial and bombarding the public with his agenda may have turned people away from him and taken away from the significance of the historic moment. If John McCain had won the presidency I would have expected the same thing but unfortunately I know that his victory speech may have been clouded with racial controversies because of Obama's loss, which McCain would have been expected to address in an honorable way.Visually, Obama's speech felt very all american and focused on the country as a whole which I think really strengthened his speech. The american flags in the background combined with the camera techniques that showed all his supporters emphasizing his role as the leader of the country. McCain's speech shared in these techniques but there was just a different mood. McCain was expected to leave a legacy as his role in politics may not last much longer and after such an exhausting campaign Americans needed to see him turn the attention away from himself and onto the new president which I think he did in a graceful and honorably way.

ale puscili a o 13 jest roswell i ogladnij ale dzieki


czy chodzi ci o katerine heigl?

W niedzielę 27.01 o gadzinie 12.30 na pulsie film pt."Spadająca gwiazda" a tydzień później 3.02 również o 12.30 lecz na polsacie film pt."Książę waleczny". W obu filmach występuje Kath.