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Biography |Val Kilmer


Mini Bio

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Val Kilmer was born in Los Angeles, California, 
to Gladys Swanette (Ekstadt) and Eugene Dorris Kilmer, 
who was a real estate developer and aerospace equipment 
distributor. His mother, born in Indiana, was from a 
Swedish family, and his father was from Texas. Val 
studied at Hollywood's Professional's School and, in 
his teens, entered Juilliard's drama program. 
His professional acting career began on stage, and 
he still participates in theater; he played Hamlet 
at the 1988 Colorado Shakespeare Festival. His film 
debut was in the 1984 spoof Top Secret! (1984), 
wherein he starred as blond rock idol Nick Rivers. 
He was in a number of films throughout the 1980s, 
including the 1986 smash Top Gun(1986). 
Despite his obvious talent and range, it wasn't 
until his astonishingly believable performance as 
Jim Morrison in Oliver Stone's The Doors (1991) 
that the world sat up and took notice. Kilmer again 
put his good baritone to use in the movie, performing 
all of the concert pieces. Since then, he has played 
two more American legends, Elvis Presley in True Romance 
(1993) and Doc Holliday in Tombstone (1993). In July 1994, 
it was announced that Kilmer would be taking over the role 
of Batman/Bruce Wayne from Michael Keaton.

– IMDb Mini Biography By: Denise P. Meyer <>



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Born from an old and wise enchanted flower,
A Rose grew with magic power,

A happy cuddly bud of a child,
Who was at times a little wild,

Though she often may shed her thorns,
A kindred spirit lives within,

And even though she might play tricks,
On you and yours, to get her kicks,

She is deep down a lovely flower,
And once her friend, her friend she will shower.

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Inspired by Bugs Larnia

Polls v. Statics | Are people polls fair and balanced?


In a reasonable persons mind, a poll is a sample that which is taken out of a larger quantity as a fair representation of the whole; a part shown as evidence of the quality of the whole. 189 P. 2d 258, 259.

Let us compare apples to apples or people to people.  One could argue that statics are far more accurate than polling.  The human mind is mechanical. Is this where #VR is going?



Staticsin physics, the subdivision of mechanics that is concerned with the forces that act on bodies at rest under equilibrium conditions. Its foundations were laid more than 2,200 years ago by the ancient Greek mathematician Archimedes and others while studying the force-amplifying properties of simple machines such as the lever and the axle. The methods and results of the science of statics have proved especially useful in designing buildings, bridges, and dams, as well as cranes and other similar mechanical devices.

To be able to calculate the dimensions of such structures and machines, architects and engineers must first determine the forces that act on their interconnected parts. Statics provides the analytical and graphical procedures needed to identify and describe these unknown forces.

Statics assumes that the bodies with which it deals are perfectly rigid. It also holds that the sum of all the forces acting on a body at rest has to be zero (i.e., the forces involved balance one another) and that there must be no tendency for the forces to turn the body about any axis.

These three conditions are independent of one another, and their expression in mathematical form comprises the equations of equilibrium. There are three equations, and so only three unknown forces can be calculated. If more than three unknown forces exist, it means that there are more components in the structure or machine than are required to support the applied loads or that there are more restraints than are needed to keep the body from moving. Such unnecessary components or restraints are termed redundant (e.g., a table with four legs has one redundant leg) and the system of forces is said to be statically indeterminate.

The number of equations available in statics is limited because of a neglect of the deformations of loaded bodies, a direct consequence of the underlying premise that any solid body under consideration is ideally rigid and immutable as to shape and size under all conditions.


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Gone are the days of playing with dolls. Talking to them and pretending they are your best friends.  For those of you who grew up playing with a doll houses, plastic army figures and GI Joe’s, this article may bring back some memories. For the readers who missed out on doll and toy play, hugs from me to you.

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