Saturday, August 27, 2011

Can You Find The Dino-errors?

Hey pallies, likes the homepage that today's Dino-post originates from simply sez "1960s," but the addy for the pad is actually "Mr. Gallagher's Student Sites" which makes me likes think that this website is probably the cyber projects done for teacher Gallagher. And, likes I was led to what musta been one of today's youth's reseach project on our most beloved Dino.

In 'bout 200 words, this scholar has related the life and times of our great man. In doin' a bit of researchin' it woulda appear that Wikipedia was used as the Dino-source for what has been scribed. Was quite amused by the errors contained in this little Dino-reflection and likes invites you to send a little Dino-gram our way to share what missed cues you find here.

Likes I thinks our Dino woulda loves to have some flubs in his Dino-story 'cause he loves to do so himself on his greatest of great Dino-show. I was so so delighted to find this here little gem and to know that some cool teach tagged Gallagher was helpin' turn at least one of his charges on to our most beloved Dino!

Hats off to the youngen who did this Dino-project and likes to checks it out in it's original format, likes just clicks on the tag of this here Dino-message! Dino-growin', DMP

Dean Martin

Born in June 7, 1917, Dean Martin would later became a very successful American singer, actor, television star, along with a successful comedian. Born with the name Dino Paul Crocetti, he gave himself the stage name of Dino Martini when he sang with local bands in Steubenville, Ohio. Dean’s major solo career in film began after he was discharged from the U.S. Army in 1945. Martin stared in films such as The Young Lions, which released in 1957, and Rio Bravo in 1959. He later became very popular for his roles with Frank Sinatra, Joey Lawford and Sammy Davis Jr. to form the Rat Pack. This combination of men became very famous for their Las VEgas performances as well as their role in the original Oceans 11. LAter in 1965, Dean MArtin created his own show, cleverly name The Dean Martin Show, which aired on NBC and was a weekly comedy-variety series. Although he was very famous for his roles in films and television, Dean MArtin was also a very famous singer making many hits. Some of these include the very popular Memories Are Made of This, Mambo Italiano, and the extremely popular Ain’t That a Kick in the Head.

Below is an image of the very young Dean Martin

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