Sarah’s done it again

The pun aside, these two photos are fantastic, and I have seen a lot of photos of Richard Armitage. Not saying how many. Actually, I have no clue how many. It is a lot.

The originals are found here, and I’m not entirely sure these can be embedded.

One more time and this time with the copyright symbol:

Richard Armitage by Sarah Dunn

note: I will remove if Ms. Dunn wants me to do so. No problem at all.

I’ve Got It! And In Time for the Holidays!

Have you felt like Ralphie lately:

Ralphie Christmas Story

trying to figure out what the hell this means:

Sarah Dunn Photo Shoot 2013

Have you been wondering if that was RA’s Three Stooges impression, or was he trying to tell us something? And if he was trying to tell us something, what was it?! What?!

Wonder no more. The other night I was drunk so tired my mind relaxed enough that it came to me, and now I bring you this translation as a public service:

1st part
1. Two parts Grey Goose — it’s smooth but has a kick.

2nd part
2. One part Licor Bellota, which is made from acorns. No, I’m not kidding; trust me.

3rd part
3. Two more parts Grey Goose. Yeah, I know, it sounds nuts, er, crazy, but hey, the Bellota is non-alcoholic.

4th part
4. One part heavy cream on top, and while I’m thinking about it, perhaps a dash of Ovaltine. Oh hell, you decide.

Maybe I should have said this first, but an old fashioned glass is perfect, so crawl up to the top shelf where you keep them. Damn, why do you keep them so far out of reach?

SarahDunn -01 2013

And you’ll love me when you end up with a nice cocktail:

Thorin Cocktail

It’s called the Thorin Grin:

Thorin Grin

Damn right even that grump Thorin would be grinning after drinking this, and when you drink it, not only will you grin, but you can do this without riding in a barrel or even leaving your seat.

1st Rule of Social Media

Never forget it’s global.

It used to be said that television could eat up material, but television’s got nothing on social media. Mainly because most of us don’t have the ability to also broadcast via television. But not so with social media. We can broadcast and rebroadcast to our hearts’ content.

And if something has been posted no matter where it originated, it’s out and no longer new. But people can still take it and share it on social media thereby making it even less new. It’s like a shot that ricochets to parts unknown — until someone makes them known. Unfair as that seems, it’s true.

Case in point is my last post with Sarah Dunn’s photo of Richard Armitage. A commenter took exception to its being new. Since I haven’t been following along, I didn’t realize it wasn’t new. But a trip to tumblr and Twitter made it abundantly clear that the photo has been seen and seen and seen long before it was posted on Sarah Dunn’s Facebook page as a Christmas present to the Army. And with this bunch, there should never be underestimation on not only the items having been seen (we have reconnaissance officers that would make other military envious) but also in the ability and readiness to articulate what is found, sometimes within seconds! LOL!

So why this post? I know the global aspects of social media are ferocious. This post is big fat reminder to myself to always do homework. As for Sarah Dunn, it’s her business how she treats this global rule. For now I’m giving her the benefit of the doubt because I do believe she was giving added value by her overt willingness to let us play around with her pictures. And that is new. I also like her style, so yeah, I like her page and have no compunction about encouraging others to do so.

Don’t Hate Me Because I’m Beautiful

Like Sarah Dunn instead for being so amenable to giving us photos of our guy.

Richard Armitage 2013

Click the photo to reach her Facebook page.