Tuesday, June 16, 2015

OKC PHIL orchestraing passion with Joel Levine

2015-2016 Chickasaw nation pops series,
the music of the eagles,
the Christian show,
Kristin Chenoweth in Concert!
Fall season,
Foundation gift planning and scruff theory plotting,
Melinda McAfee, John Strah,
Nina Phipps, David Mays, and Diana Lasswell.
OSU family giving legacy,
The contribution goes to higher education,
Richard and Myrtle Burns,
Bob and Mary Burns, William "Mike" McDowell.
One ultimate destination,
Colorful bus key, a group of players,
Black, Blue, Brown, Gold, Green, Gray,
Orange, Purple, Scarlet, Yellow, and Navy.

amazing lines

Kelp in Hazards Bay, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Australia.
Phycology (from Greek φῦκος, phykos, "seaweed"; and -λογία, -logia) is the scientific study of algae. Phycology/ Algologist is a branch of life science and often is regarded as a subdiscipline of botany.
Algae are important plants as primary producers in aquatic ecosystems. Most algae are eukaryotic, photosynthetic organisms that live in a wet environment. They are distinguished from the higher plants by a lack of true roots, stems or leaves. They do not flower. Many species are single-celled and microscopic (including phytoplankton and other microalgae); many others are multicellular to one degree or another, some of these growing to large size (for example, seaweeds such as kelp and Sargassum).
Phycology includes the study of prokaryotic forms known as blue-green algae or cyanobacteria. A number of microscopic algae also occur as symbionts in lichens

give it a shout,
say things aloud,
which is cool,
but it is misleading
when your judge by physical look only
not to evaluate people's integrity.