Al from the Albo Pepper YouTube channel is conducting experiments testing potting mixes made from free local resources. Indoor seed starting is the one area where I still rely on store bought products for a potting mix. In my experience, worm castings alone work okay, but they tend to get hard and compacted over time. Please let me know if you've found a solution. Jump to. Sections of this page.
Mike Albo born May 22, is an American writer, comedian, actor and humorist. He is known for his writing and performances that criticize and satirize contemporary celebrity and consumer culture. Albo received a B. Albo has lived and worked in New York City since Albo's first novel Hornito ,  was published in His novella, "The Junket",  was released as an Amazon Kindle single in September and remained as one of the top sellers for over days. In , in collaboration with the writer and actress Amanda Duarte, Albo wrote the satirical "Hurt Locker Playbill", which appears on the floor of the Belasco Theater as a part of the Hedwig and the Angry Inch Broadway show. He also had columns in BlackBook and Surface magazines. He wrote "Torascopes" for Heeb Magazine from to He also wrote horoscopes for Word.
It seems that the Liberal Party has caught out Federal Infrastructure Minister Anthony Albanese of ripping off lines from a Michael Douglas movie in a recent address to the National Press Club in what serves as another example of how the internet will always find you out. Unfortunately, Tony Abbott is not the least bit interested in fixing them. He's only interested in two things: making Australians afraid of it, and telling them who's to blame for it," Albanese said, reading aloud from the podium. The clip then cuts to a triumphant Michael Douglas playing Andrew Shepherd, President of the United States, in the film, The American President , denouncing his rival in a very familiar sounding monologue. And whatever your paticular problem is, I promise you, Bob Rumson is not the least bit interested in solving it. He is interested in two things, and two things only: making you afraid of it, and telling you who's to blame for it," Douglas says of his on-screen opponent, Senator Bob Rumson, played by Richard Dreyfuss. While that's true, I don't think the Liberal Party, which has more than its fair share of gaffes and blunders, ought to be pointing fingers. ZDNet Australia is awaiting a reply from Albanese's office on the apparent gaffe, and on whether or not Aaron Sorkin is in line for the recently opened position of speechwriter.