Sunday Weddings: Jill and Kevin’s Big Day

I am still on travel with little time to create those ‘short’ articles you love to read, so I offer this sweet video that now has over 20 million views.

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21 Responses to “Sunday Weddings: Jill and Kevin’s Big Day”

  1. 1 Papoose August 23, 2009 at 7:33 am

    Good Morning Everyone!

    Wow…I hope J&K live happily ever after. Loved to see the joy and jubilation on the faces of the guests. I actully got misty the first time I viewed it.

    Look at this:

    No way. No how. Could it be true?

  2. 2 d2i August 23, 2009 at 9:04 am

    I loved it too! Went over to Yt to share it on my FB page and scrolled down to see some of the other videos. A news anchor from Minnesota covered the story and it is for real. The wedding party rehearsed for 90 minutes to get the dance steps down. Anyhoo, gave me a big smile and a light heart. Thanks, dr. kate.

    • 3 Juliet16 August 23, 2009 at 5:08 pm


      I was wondering if you were the same “d2i” who left the comment at NoQuarter at 11:19 this morning about the “keystroke logging” or tracking that is being introduced on computers and laptops? If so, have you had any answers on that matter yet? Perhaps someone here might know something? Here is the excerpt…and I apolgize for the confusion if this comment had been left by a different “d2I”

      Here it is – and thanks anyone who can give feeback on this matter:


      Comment by d2i | 2009-08-23 11:19:25

      URGENT – my apologies for being off topic but this is critical. Please read this article. Larry any input???

      Government And Computer Manufacturers Are Caught Installing
      Hard-Wired Keystroke Loggers Into All New Laptop Computers.

      Device captures everything you type and sends it via your ethernet card to the Dept. of Homeland Security without your knowledge, consent or a search warrant – every time you log on to the internet

      • 4 d2i August 24, 2009 at 9:14 am

        yes, i am the same d2i. i know it was extremely insensitive to post it in that thread which i started with an apology for the insensitivity. please don’t be too hard on me.

        that said, no, i have not heard or learned anything new. Papoose posted the link to the story and after reading it i became truly alarmed. i have a laptop and if this story pans out then my first amendment rights along with every other laptop owner’s rights have been seriously violated.

        under dubya’s administration, you’ll recall the illegal wiretapping program and how doj covered for the telecommunications industry and how 0 continued the program under the guise of the patriot act. well, many pc users feared something like this could happen or was happening. i’ve had numerous odd things happen when opening mozilla browser and get lots of error messages when attempting to link on stories that are critical of the one. i’ve had my own suspicions but dismissed them b/c i couldn’t imagine my government taking such invasive action into my personal life.

        therefore, as insensitive as my posting was, i felt i needed to get larry to weigh in by looking into the matter. plus, there was no other “live” thread in which to post it on. i waited and waited for a new post but none ever came, and feared the story would be taken down, scrubbed, quickly. my read was wrong and the story is still up, thank goodness. hopefully someone will weigh in and verify the authenticity of the story. i only wish i knew how to check my own pc. hell, i don’t even know how to open it up.

        • 5 Juliet16 August 24, 2009 at 8:43 pm


          Just so you know, I feel for you here. I was totally surprised that another commenter chided you for adding this type of o/t comment on that particular thread. It was obvious from the content of your comment that you were very concerned about this matter and were simply commenting on the most recent post at the time …. and that you were not trying to ignore the emotional mood of the thread.

          Anyway, from my standpoint…I certainly do not hold anything at all against you on that score, for sure… I’ve done similar o/t commenting like that myself, especially when I was worried about something. So, don’t be hard on yourself, any of us could have done that and then maybe realized later that we might have waited for better moment. But, hey, we are all human and when we become concerned about a certain matter, it is easy to do. Personally, I think most people understand and do NOT think you were being “disrespectful”…so please don’t worry. Maybe that one person was just having a bad day.

          But back to the matter at hand, I am interested in knowing about the “snoop factor” — or the possibility that computer manufacturers are embedding “snoop” or tracking processes on behalf of certain government agencies. Hmm. Wonder why they aren’t more open about this? What was the original intent- to track terrorist activity?

          In my opinion, it would be too difficult and undesirable to continually track EVERYBODY… but if a few individuals were found to be “suspicious” then I suppose it would be easier to track them.

          I hope we find out more about this….

        • 6 Juliet16 August 24, 2009 at 8:58 pm


          one other thing…maybe you could post it again here and maybe Dr. Kate or one of her readers will know something.

          Or…maybe you could post it at a few other sites and/or email a few other sites and see if anyone picks up on it and gives some feed back.

          I might try even re-posting this at or even emailing Ace and ask him to research it.

          Or CUT-AND-PASTE all of the pertinent info onto an email and then send the email to several people and ask them to research it.

          When I want to know something like this I usually email it to as many talk radio hosts, national personalities, and blog-owners as possible. For example, I might email it to people like Rush Limbaugh, Michelle Malkin, Laura Ingraham, Neal Boortz, Hugh Hewitt, Shawn Hannity, Greta Van Susteren, Matt Drudge at the Drudgereport, the folks at Hot Air,National Review Online, Heritage Foundation…etc.) They have large research staffs and sometimes they will actually pursue the story.

          If the issue has merit, one of those national personalities will research it and sooner or later they will all break the story at the same time and everyone will know about it.

          That’s what I would do — and then I would post it on several sites, hoping someone who knew something about it would pick up on it and blow the story nationally….

  3. 7 OhioMary August 23, 2009 at 11:24 am

    What a joy to see the happiness on the faces of the wedding party and guests. What a wonderful way to celebrate – I am still smiling after the video is over. Thank you for sharing it Dr. Kate

  4. 8 perception of truth August 23, 2009 at 3:40 pm

    This just loaded on the internet. Another fake? or maybe the real thing?

    • 9 drkate August 23, 2009 at 11:56 pm

      Is this the guy who was selling it on ebay? where is he reporting from?

      • 10 perception of truth August 24, 2009 at 7:26 am

        I don’t know if it’s for sale on ebay. I saw this first on “the obama file” It was just loaded on the internet. From the look of the video it look like it was taken from somewhere where there are alot of black people? possibly Kenya? I don’t know anything about this guy. Without any speculation it will at least be interesting to see where this goes.

        • 11 d2i August 24, 2009 at 9:47 am

          Lucas Smith was the e-Bay seller according to WND. Here’s some background WND was able to dig up “n the video, Smith points to several features of the certificate, including information still unknown about the sitting president, such as the name of the attending physician at his birth – James O. W. Ang’awa according to Smith’s video.

          The video also shows a stamp suggesting – if legitimate – that Smith obtained the document on Feb. 19, 2009.

          WND followed Smith’s ongoing saga as “colmado_naranja” attempted several times to sell the document, or photos and stories surrounding it, on eBay, only to have the auctions repeatedly removed by site administrators.

          WND also launched an investigation into “colmado_naranja,” which led through several online aliases and reported collaborators, including Dawnella Wilson, “InspectorSmith” and, eventually, Lucas Smith.

          Smith, whose background includes a lengthy criminal record and a reported attempt to sell his kidney to a man in need of organ transplant, nonetheless insists that his motives are above board, even if his past looks dubious.

          “I do have a background. I’ve made mistakes in my life,” Smith told WND in an email. “It took a guy like me to go and get tangible proof about Obama. I don’t mind breaking a few laws or policies here and there. I don’t mind paying the military in foreign countries to look the other way … The military [in Africa] will grant you access to anything for just a few dollars. People are starving. So yes, it takes a guy like me to get things done once in a while.”

          If it’s real wouldn’t it be rather ironic that a young man with such a dubious background who states he doesn’t “mind breaking a few laws” would be the very person to provide a legitimate Kenyan birth record of another crook who also doesn’t mind breaking a few laws? I guess it takes one to no one, eh? Oh, the delicious irony of it all if true.

          And, of course, if it turns out to be yet another bogus certificate, nothing will be lost. The roller coaster ride will just continue. Ugh!!!

  5. 12 Renee August 23, 2009 at 5:33 pm

    This bc looks like a real one would look-in my opinion.

  6. 13 itooktheredpill August 23, 2009 at 9:55 pm

    The wedding video is very cute and joyful, but you may want to think twice before contributing to the cause they support. It sounds good – violence prevention – but the organization behind it may raise eyebrows for many of us… it’s and it’s an organization dedicated to “training progressive leaders”, “Community organizing”, “building powerful movements for CHANGE”.

    I.E., in my opinion this looks like another ACORN type operation.

    • 14 drkate August 23, 2009 at 11:11 pm

      Thanks Red Pill for doing the research here!

    • 15 jbjd August 24, 2009 at 6:13 am

      You are right. And not only that but, the song to which these people are dancing, is by Chris Brown!

      • 16 d2i August 24, 2009 at 9:50 am

        yeah, but you gotta admit the song has a great beat, is fun, uplifting and perfect for this wedding couple’s debut. i can’t stop listening to it.

        • 17 jbjd August 24, 2009 at 9:28 pm

          My point was, these people are attempting to capitalize on their viral video by soliciting donations to aid what appears on its face to be a program for battered women ostensibly because they find this a worthy cause and yet feature throughout this same video a song sung by a man now infamous for beating his girlfriend to a pulp.

          Paradox, anyone?

      • 18 itooktheredpill August 24, 2009 at 9:52 am

        If I take what Jill and Kevin say at face value, they choreographed this wedding party entrance before Chris Brown assaulted Rihanna.

        It is logical that as the video was released on YouTube and went viral, they wanted to use that popularity to help combat domestic violence.

        I like the video and I commend Jill and Kevin for their good intentions. I just think they could have made a better choice of which charity to promote.

  7. 19 cowgirl4u August 24, 2009 at 9:04 pm

    This is way to great….deff. got misty eyed…Thank u Dr. Kate for the mini vacation from the real world! SOOOOOO cute!

  8. 20 Al August 26, 2009 at 1:58 pm

    Cheers and congratulations to the wedding couple.

  9. 21 wedding photographer September 8, 2009 at 3:56 am

    I must say thanks to Red pill who had a wonderful job here.I am really impressed with his research.

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