Saturday, May 13, 2006

My Little Brother Is A Dang Good Actor

I have seen (and been in) a fair amount of grade school performances. In general, they are not so good. But man oh man, Roeper knows how to do a good show and Miles pretty much tore the roof of the sucker!
I mean, really. He was right on with his lines and did a great job with all of the jokes. And his singing was great to boot!

See the Pictures!

What? Still not satisfied? Well good, because here are some short video clips of Miles' solos!
Stay, We Must Not Loose Our Senses
A Paradox

3 comments:

knm said...

4 smallish potatoes, peeled
1/2 large onion
1 carrot, peeled
1 tablespoon oil
salt and pepper
(optional: veg. broth)

Directions:

Cut potatoes and carrot into 1-inch cubes, more than cover with water in a saucepan (some veg. broth is also good), and bring to a boil.

Saute onion in oil until brown.

When potatoes are soft, dump out most of the cooking water except for the last couple of inches, and dump in the onions. Set aside a few chunks of potatoes and some of the onions, then blend the big pot of potatoes and onions with a hand-held blender or mixer, or use a food processor or blender, being very careful not to splash! Add water, veg. broth, or soy milk as needed for desired soup-like consistency. Mash the set-aside potatoes a little, then add them and the onions back to the big pot and stir. Add salt and pepper to taste.

Serves: 4 or so

Preparation time: about 25 min.

Barbara said...

UPON MY WORD! Such swagger. What a treat, Max, to get to see--and hear!-- Miles. i am so keen, I will ahve to sign up on this digital dynamo in order to send this message3. Pah

Barbara said...

UPON MY WORD! Such swagger. What a treat, Max, to get to see--and hear!-- Miles. i am so keen, I will ahve to sign up on this digital dynamo in order to send this message3. Pah