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That's Entertainment

Updated on January 27, 2015

Entertainment Comes In Many Different Ways!

Entertainment comes in all types, at least for me. It might be a movie, a good book, an old video, sometimes a radio program (especially old ones I have on tape), television (I love The Mentalist), surfing the Internet, watching the sun go down. or trying to find Kipsy, the Hudson River monster.

As I think back, entertainment has been around a long time. Maybe, when back in the caves, they probably entertained by drawing on the walls. Or once they discovered fire, maybe they were the first fire eaters. Trying to outrun the dinosaurs might be a form of early entertainment. However, I think I might want to go along with what Wikipedia says:

"Entertainment consists of any activity which provides a diversion or permits people to amuse themselves in their leisure time. Entertainment is generally passive, such as watching opera or a movie. Active forms of amusement, such as recreations or sports, are more often considered to be recreation.[1] Activities such as personal reading or practicing a musical instruments are considered as hobbies.

The industry that provides entertainment is called the entertainment industry. There are many forms of entertainment for example: cinema, theatre, sports, games and social dance. Puppets, clowns, pantomimes and cartoons tend to appeal to children, though adults may also find them enjoyable."

Another way to find out what Entertainment is would be to search the Internet. We might try seeing if we could find the missing Kipsy. Wow, I just tried it and there really is an entry that came up via Wikipedia. It is a monster like in the Hudson River. They say it is some type of Cryptid. Of course you knew that, didn't you?

Well I'll be! That's entertainment.

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The Meaning of Kipsy

Now here is a switch. An entry that claims the word kipsy means something entirely different. However, after reading the meaning, I could see where this would apply to a monster, especially if he lived in water.....

A kipsy of a different sort

Amazon of Great Knowledge

Cryptid (from the Greek (krypto) meaning "hide") is a term which is used in cryptozoology

My Orange Julius to You

You really need to check out Kipsy's Return because it is educational, means "points" and lots of fun.

That's Entertainment

Vote Your Conscience - Poll it!

There is a rumor going around; something about a level 28, points, and some dude coming out of the Hudson River. What do you think it is?

Did You Know About Kipsy's Return?

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The Thing That Is So Important

Even though this is entertainment, I hope, I had to qualify. BELOW are my lenses (15) that I visited during my Kipsy Return quest.

Well, I will say it has been an experience for me. I learned some new things, some things I didn't care to learn and had some real clean fun. How about you?

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