Arlee Bird

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About me

Gender Male
Industry Communications or Media
Occupation Writer, speaker, entertainer
Location Los Angeles area, California, United States
Introduction A juggler of words and phrases. My main blog is Tossing It Out. The focus blog for the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge can now be found at a-to-zchallenge.com where updates will be posted until the event in April begins. Wrote By Rote is about memoir writing. A Few Words is my Sunday contemplation blog. A Faraway View is about dreams. Pick what you like or look at them all. I love blogging!
Interests God, the Bible, travel, history, literature, music, entertainment, food, the United States in general, dreams, trivia, juggling, arts, people, circus, vaudeville, collecting, ideas, philosophy, conspiracy theories, writing, writing fiction, crossword puzzles, tumblebees, sudoku, National Parks, modern art, collage, abstract art, tap dancing, spelunking, caves, film making, video making
Favorite Movies Wizard of Oz, Apocalypse Now, Fellini's Roma, Ed Wood, Mulholland Drive, Repulsion, Alfred Hitchcock, Gladiator, Fitzcaraldo, The Count of Monte Cristo, Invasion of the Body Snatchers(1956), Kiss Me Deadly, Apocalypto, Fred Astaire, Busby Berkeley, The Jolson Story, The Patriot, The Bridge on the River Kwai, Road Warriors
Favorite Music Schubert, Beethoven, Neil Young, Bruce Cockburn, Beatles, k.d. lang, Matthew Ward, 2nd Chapter of Acts, Van Morrison, Adam Again, Claude Debussy, Good Rats, Terry Scott Taylor, Daniel Amos, 13th Floor Elevators, Jefferson Airplane, George Gershwin, Al Jolson, Kansas, Jethro Tull, Sebastian Sidi, Hello People, Incredible String Band, Michael Jackson, jazz, Lena Horne, Grant Green, Satie, impressionism, Dalbello
Favorite Books The Holy Bible, Huckleberry Finn, an English dictionary (no particular one--I have several that work), works of:, Cormac McCarthy, William Faulkner, Flannery O'Connor, Intra muros My Dream of Heaven, christian fiction

What reason do you have to believe the earth is flat?

Because C sharp is D flat.