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Mike Spann - Making Things Happen In Mississippi

 Mike Spann - Making Things Happen
Mike Spann - Making Things Happen
Mike "Vursatal" Spann is a 26 y.o. composer/producer for the group "Playa Connected" in Brandon, MS. I met Mike for the first time in April of this year and found out at that time,  just how musically inclined he was. Mike has a deep love for music and spends a great deal of time making new beats and sounds in his studio. The love of music is something he and I both share. Mike has been gifted with an ear for music and he is ready to share his gifts with all of you. I want the world to know about this music engineer. I asked him some questions last week and he responded: 

Who inspires you?  

I'm inspired by who I think is the greatest of all time, “Timbaland.” I say him because of his ability to create music out of almost anything (from recording a baby crying in one of Aaliyah's old songs to hearing about him using plastic cups in a beat to make a song). But I still give much respect to music made by Dr.Dre, Polow Da Don, a duo called The Runners, and can't forget about one of my favorites, Kanye West.

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Iron Man 2 - A WydeOpen review

ironman1 Billionaire Tony Stark must contend with deadly issues involving the government, his own friends, as well as new enemies due to his superhero alter ego Iron Man.

Movie Title: Iron Man 2

Review by Jonathan McMillan

Studio: Marvel Studios

Director: Jon Favreau

Cast: Robert Downey, Jr., Don Cheadle, Gwyneth Paltrow, Mickey Rourke, Scarlett Johansson

Rating: Rated PG-13 for sequences of intense sci-fi action and violence, and some language.

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Healthy Choices

gymAccording to the {Roman calendar}, more than one hundred - fifty days have expired of a new year. Have your resolutions to live a healthier lifestyle expired too. There’s great news for you! If you are reading this article, then you still have breath in your lungs, which means you still have a chance to recommit or commit to healthier choices.

The excitement of January has dwindled. The new walking shoes have lost the new smell. The brand new iPod is just another toy now. The drawer with all the new workout clothes neatly folded never opens.  The car refuses to even drive by the gym. But all the “slim down yesterday” commercials and genetically slim people are driving you nuts. What should you do? The first thing you must do is turn off the television. Don’t worry you can catch the rerun of your favorite program.

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