Dropprice is an innovative startup that rewards moms for being social. Essentially, they empower moms to drop prices of kids & baby products with a click. The price continues dropping as more moms click “Drop the price”. Every week new promotions are launched and moms drop prices by sharing them on social media. See the chart below to understand the power moms have and how important it is to share with other moms.
In today’s promotion for the PackIt Lunch & Wine Bottle Bags, it started out at $41.00 and for each mom that clicks, the price drops a bit. The price will continue to drop for each mom that participates.
You can choose to share on social media to get more moms to click “Drop the price”, or you can “Buy Now” at the current price. Keep in mind that when the price gets low, they usually sell out and you will no longer have the chance to buy that item. As an added bonus every item on Dropprice ships for free!
Do you want to give it a try? This is such a fun and exciting way for moms to save lots of money by collaborating with each other. If you would like to have a chance to win a $150 Amazon gift card, you can experience dropping the price by following the instructions below.
Giveaway: Win a $150 Amazon Gift Card
All you have to do is help moms drop the price of the Bags and you will be entered to win a $150 Amazon gift card. Just click “Drop the price” on the entry form below for a chance to win. For even more entries, share it on your social media networks via the entry form — every time one of your friends also clicks to drop the price, you’ll automatically receive additional giveaway entries!
This giveaway ends on 2/7/2017; you must be a US Resident and be 18 years or older to enter. Winners are randomly selected and contacted via email; the winners will be listed at the top of the entry form when the giveaway ends.
Click here if you don’t see the entry form below.
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Dancers thrill many people all over the world every year in movies and in live stage shows. However, all of this great dancing does not happen by accident. A great deal of time and practice is required to make every dance performance perfect. Needless to say, every dancer needs to rehearse a lot in order to memorize every step. The art of getting people to dance perfectly to a routine is called choreography. The man or woman responsible for putting the entire dance routine together from start to finish is known as the choreographer. This is a person who has devoted his or her entire life to the dancing profession. You have probably heard of choreographers before. However, you might not be totally sure what their job consists of. Here is some additional info that will help make the job of a choreographer more clear to you.
1. The choreographer creates all of the dance moves that will be used in a performance.
The first step in the creation of a dance routine if the creation of the dance steps. This often involves creating dance steps that will be performed by sometimes dozens of dancers who are all on the stage at the same time. As you might imagine, this can often take a long time. In many cases, there will be many different sections of choreography. In other words, dancers will be constantly coming and going from the stage. This makes it even more difficult to invent new dance routines that look fresh and do not repeat anything done before. You can follow choreographer Craig Revel Horwood on Twitter to learn about how he creates his dance routines.
2. Choosing the right music for each element of the choreography is also important.
The dancers will obviously need something to dance to. This means that music will need to be selected for each specific section of the dance routine. The choreographer will choose songs that create the appropriate emotional response from the crowd. The music selection is very important for the overall success of a dance routine. Choreographers will often go through dozens of songs until they find the right one.
3. The choreographer will then need to instruct the dancers.
The long rehearsal process will begin. This can be grueling because every part of the routine will need to be practiced until it is perfect.
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I’m a pretty big fan of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Like, I’ve got a tattoo of a fictitious whale falling to its death on the back of my shoulder big.
I own the movie, the TV series and two copies of all Ithe books. And now, thanks to an awesome friend, I own the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy radio play. Yes, the same radio play from 1978 that started it all.
To be fair, I only own the first phase, which just means the first season. It’s split up into fits or episodes that equate to the first two books, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and Restaurant at the End of the Universe.
Now, if you’re less familiar with the stories than I am, you might wonder “Why do you need the Guide in another medium, Cole?” Well, the answer is this. Not only is the radio play the very.first.thing that started it all, but the author, Douglas Adams, changed something with every version. So I can see not only how the story changed throughout the years but also through different media.
So I love The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy as a book. It works very well, and I prefer reading to watching either the TV series or movie. That makes for some pretty high expectations. And The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy radio play surpassed them all with flying colors!
The story works so well as a radio play, and I really like some of the voice actors, which include
- Peter Jones as The Book
- Simon Jones as Arthur Dent
- Geoffrey McGivern as Ford Prefect
In fact, I prefer Trillian and Marvin in this version; although, I will never not love Martin Freeman (who played Arthur in the movie) and Stephen Fry’s voice was perfect for narrating the movie and audiobook.
Fitting two whole books into just a few hours is no easy task. However, you could argue that it’s technically the other way around. The first phase of the radio play and the first two books in the series share all the same major plot points. But the books enabled Adams to go into deeper detail, especially concerning Arthur. The radio play doesn’t feel lacking in any way because of this, though.
In fact, listening rather than reading The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy has led me to laugh out loud quite heartily more than once, even at jokes that I’ve read more than half a dozen times.
I’ve enjoyed The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy so much that I’m looking into more radio plays to enjoy once I finished it; although, that’ll be a few weeks because I’m less than halway through the series.
There are a number of ways you can listen to the radio play. The BBC still replays episodes on a daily basis. You can buy the CDs on Amazon and then rip them to your digital collection forever (I did) or even the cassettes on eBay. But let’s get real, it’s 2017 guys! ;)
After finishing the primary phase, I got the idea to look for The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Secondary Phase through my local library. Unfortunately, my library has some of the phases on disc, but not all of them. However, I did a quick check to see if they were available as e-books through my library’s digital catalog, which uses Overdrive, and they were. If you’re really interested in nerding out with me, you can check out this option.
The last way to enjoy The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy as a radio play is through Audible. If you’re already a fan or want to sign up, you can get all of the five phases through Amazon.
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