June 2013

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29 Jun 2013 | : blog

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A friend needs help

27 Jun 2013 | : blog

  • In 1966 just after I turned 16 yrs old, I had an opportunity to travel to Los Angeles, California.
    After my business was done at the Federal Building in downtown LA, I waited for my ride near the Greyhound bus station.
    You can meet many interesting peo
    ple in big cities. A man was begging for a nickel or dime from by passers so he could “buy a cup of coffee”. I don’t drink coffee but had some extra change and gave it to him. After doing so, I saw that his pockets were bulging with coins. I thought well, he’ll buy some alcohol of some kind and maybe some smokes and the money will be wasted. But how did I know? Maybe this was his only means of self support. He asked, I gave.
    Should I have withheld from my abundance?
    Remember the story of Lazarus the poor man and the rich man? Luke tells us (16:19-31)
    “Now there was a certain rich man, and he was clothed in purple and fine linen, living in luxury every day. A certain beggar, named Lazarus, was laid at his gate, full of sores, and desiring to be fed with the crumbs that fell from the rich man’s table. Yes, even the dogs came and licked his sores. It happened that the beggar died, and that he was carried away by the angels to Abraham’s bosom. The rich man also died, and was buried. In Hades, he lifted up his eyes, being in torment, and saw Abraham far off, and Lazarus at his bosom. He cried and said, “Father Abraham, have mercy on me, and send Lazarus, that he may dip the tip of his finger in water, and cool my tongue! For I am in anguish in this flame.”
    But Abraham said, “Son, remember that you, in your lifetime, received your good things, and Lazarus, in the same way, bad things. But now here he is comforted and you are in anguish. Besides all this, between us and you there is a great gulf fixed, that those who want to pass from here to you are not able, and that none may cross over from there to us.” “
    And remember, “in as much as ye do it unto the least of these…ye have done it unto me.” And the opposite is true also.
    $10 or $20 wouldn’t hurt most Americans but might be a great blessing to a person in hard times.

    What’s this leading up to?

     Ebrima Manneh in Gambia is having a hard time.
    “right now I don’t have any house to sleep at the night. I usually sleep in streets and a times in uncomplete house in the town. Please help me any amount just to have a house where to sleep. Please! Please!. Am confuse right now! Your help is highly needed! ” “you can send the money through (Western Union Money Transfer) with my name Ebrima Manneh. I will get it within 24 hours. Your help is highly needed please! Ebrima.”
    Anyone who could help him would be good.
    His Facebook is:
    Can a whole lot of people help him just a little?

    I’ve know Ebima for some time and  believe him. No not a scam in my mind. An honest plea for help.


  • Jay

My Sing Snap Station

21 Jun 2013 | : blog

When I started at Dixie College in 1967(night classes in the art dept. with Mr.Adams and Ross Johnson), I was a radio announcer at KDXU. In October 1969, I left Dixie and KDXU for an LDS mission to Austria. When I returned in 1971, I co-hosted a radio program “This is Dixie” with Marsha Storrs. The program aired every Wensday evening on KDXU. (I never did work at the college station.) Burke Belnap was an instructor who supervised the show. I sent out students on news assignments and edited and produced the weekly news magazine.

Over the years I’ve dabbled in voice work(Voice Overs), Television, and wrote, directed, and produced radio plays but didn’t return to radio except to sell advertiseing for a station in Cottage Grove, Oregon.

A few years ago, I started to do voice work again, online mostly and got involved in online karaoke sites.  There have been some fine sites that no longer exist. I do recordings on 2 karaoke sites at present.  One is called SingSnap.  On it I’ve recorded nearly 800 songs versions of mine and on my station, I’ve made it like an old time radio program. I intro and outro songs and post in my comments about the songs’ history, composers, etc.

One man from Canada had this to say about my station:  “WOW, I am now officially HOOKED TO YOUR SS STATION.  I feel as if I were listening to a great radio show from the late 60s early 70s.  YOU HAVE AN INCREDIBLE RADIO ANNOUNCER’s BROADCAST VOICE… WOW WOW WOW  and this song reminds me of my childhood.  I loved listening to it… I am officially hooked upon your SS station!”

Well, I wanted to invite my friends to give a listen and to come back often.


Just click on the link and above my picture is the recordings button, click on it, then chose 10,20,50 recordings per page for recently, 2013,2012,2010,2011 and find something you like. I’ve done songs in every style but rap so you should find something you may like.  Some of my own original songs too.  Recordings are in English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Hebrew.   See if I’m any good with those languages which aren’t my own.

Thanks for you consideration. Now go there and hear some great recordings.

Jay Beacham

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18 Jun 2013 | : blog

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The Greatest Home Videos That Never Were

17 Jun 2013 | : blog

Before I get into the topic, I want to thank all the visitors from around the world but an extra thanks to all the visitors from China.

Thank you!!

Did you ever feel like you could have had an award and money winning video?

Well, I have and know others who did and had some great ideas.  But due to circumstances never made the videos.

A classic is when my daughter, while living in Hawaii, noticed that one of her small boys would fall asleep while sitting at the table in his high chair.  After a time in the upright position, he would then slump forward face first into his unfinished  plate of food. This didn’t wake him, he would need to be picked up and cleaned off and taken to bed still asleep.  Her idea was to video tape this and submit it to Funniest Home Videos.  She got the camera set up and true to form the boy fell asleep sitting at the table.  She waited for 1 hour with the camera going and then had to do something else so went to do it and her son then fell face first into his food, the camera not being on.

Then there was my older brother who owns a white American-Alaskan dog. Cute little dog and smart and self willed too.  Don made a daily trip to the street mail box and took the dog along on a short leash. The dog was so eager to go that he would stand on his hind legs and jump along pulling my brother behind him.  A camera was even purchased but it would jump and the resolution was atrocious.  So we never made the video.  The dog will still do that but not for the whole distance.

Then there is the ACE Hardware man, Dave, in Hurricane, Utah’s Hurst’s-Ace Hardware.   Dave is a story teller of all that’s happened to him, family and friends throughout his life. Most of it is very funny but his dead pan way of relating in all makes it even more funny.   When he slipped on the ice and his armload went airbourne and was retrieved with ease, or the chip of wood flying a great distance to strike the stooped over man in the posterior, or when all cars in a parking lot were unable to move because of ice but with his help all got freed but his. Whatever he tells would make great videos but he laments that these occurrences just happen, they are not planned so of course no camera is running.

Or my son James, the film maker, when we were in Santa Rosa, New Mexico one morning before 8 am.   We had rested and used the restrooms etc. at a gas station/mini mart and before driving on, Kari, a daughter-in-law, wife of another son, suggested we pray before we pulled out which we did.  The video camera was in it’s case in the back of the pickup under the camper shell.  I drove to the west entrance and paused for a few moments to decide whether to go back onto the freeway that way or to drive through town and get back on the east freeway on -ramp. At the same time the local ambulance went to the east exit from the parking lot and made a left hand turn out into the road heading west but only got a few feet when the driver felt to stop dead still right there in the west bound lane.  As he did, a semi-truck came around the corner from the south turning to the east at a faster rate of speed than was safe. The semi fell over on it’s side and went sliding east bound heading directly at the ambulance, diesel smoke bellowing out of its stacks.  It stopped its slide about 12 feet in front of the ambulance ejecting the man in the sleeper out the front window and he landed just in front of the ambulance. He had only glass cuts on his forehead and the EMT team was right there to treat him. The driver was unharmed and we witnessed it all.  A power pole was knocked down which shut the power down for the service station/mini mart.  There the truck lay on it’s side spewing out smoke until the dazed driver could crawl into the cab and shut the engine down.  The cause of the accident was not just speed but the  shifting of a load of 20 lb bags of carrots which then lay scattered all along the roadway. James got the camera out and recorded the scene but it didn’t have any bite as it showed only the aftermath of the accident, so he never published it. 

The funniest would have been when we were out in a gravel pit by the river on the 4th of July a few of years ago.  (  http://jaybeacham.com/2009/07/05/the-cannon-exploded/ ) Larry had his Civil War reenactment cannon there firing it.  He made a comment that if we had a video camera, he could shoot one of the gravel trucks and it would surely be a hit video.

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Then he explained that many cannons during the Civil War would explode, killing the cannon crew, but this cannon had been forged in Missouri in a foundry so as to withstand explosions.  He also explained the side firing devise that was used but he hadn’t brought his that day or else he would stand by the side of the cannon and fire it.  Scott was loading the powder and I thought he was putting an excessive amount in.  The cannonball was added, an aluminum can with weight in it.  We’d seen this done many time that morning and on other occasions and Larry had done this for years. Then he added a projectile, a sharp pointed stick, this had been done in Civil war battles too. We all stood back. I was behind a bush on the west of it with my still life camera to get photos because on the east of the bush was an fire ant nest and I didn’t relish getting stung. (they hurt violently) Scott lit the fuse and got back.  

Then Bang!!! The cannon exploded into hundreds of pieces which flew in all directions.  Both wagon wheels splintered into toothpicks, one of the splinters hit my pant leg. Had I been on the east of the bush a large sharp piece would have hit me doing harm.              Dee H. was sitting in a folding lawn chair by the side of the road under a chaparral bush, near his son Tyler’s van. The round end piece of the cannon whizzed past his head and lodged it’s self in the side of the van entering the driver’s side tail light and traveling half way up the side towards the front of the van. No one else had even come close to being hit. Some said a miracle. (click on the photos to enlarge them)

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I got some great photos and we tried to get all the pieces back on to the trailer that we could find. We never did find the projectile.  And of course no video camera captured the event.  But we were all safe, though shaken and that ended our 4th of July Independence day celebrations for the day.  Larry bemoaned that a video camera wasn’t on hand.  But had one been there, I feel certain that someone would have been hurt because of where a video camera man would have been to film it.  I have published a slideshow of the happening. Coming to my YouTube Channel soon.   http://www.youtube.com/user/leobennachoben1

Even today, several years  later, a man asked me after church, “Blowing up any more cannons?” No, I was just a bystander.

Well, there you have my short list of greatest home videos that might have been.

What are some of yours?

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Change for the worst!

13 Jun 2013 | : blog

This week, Yahoo mail destroyed it’s self,

Now I can’t forward, send, reply, move to file folders and there are other problems too.

Not change for the better.

And tonight, I learned that Myspace destroyed everyone’s accounts,

(More improvement) with no warning to anyone.

Everyone is complaining. 


A tornado can devastate things.

On the net, programmers can devastate also.

Change is inevitable, but change for the worst is what the net seems to provides.

Can Money be made….

06 Jun 2013 | : blog

 Can money be made with affiliate products?

I’ll need to wait and see.

Here is a sample of just such an offer.

Will it get traffic?

Will that traffic convert into sales?

Mobile is where it’s at…

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Check into it.

Let’s just do the research with this one offer.

That’s it for this time.

Catch you next time,


Lyric poems

02 Jun 2013 | : blog

Lyric Poems and others by Jay Beacham

“I wrote a book and some of the words are lyrics to songs I’ve written,

Poems and songs should rhyme  so this can be a help to some.”-Jay Beacham

Purchase the book on Amazon Kindle Edition.

You can link to the Amazon Kindle Edition by going to:


“Under Red Cliffs” 




To Jay Beacham May 9 at 9:22 PM

“I enjoyed the book”-Susan


Or just buy a copy:

 email: beachamj82@yahoo.com 

 or send a check or money order for $20 plus $5 S&H to:

 Jay Beacham
 85 East Center
 Ivins, Utah 84738




A Blog About Singing “SingASong.net

02 Jun 2013 | : blog

Hi, I’ve got a new site about singing and thought you might like to look at it.
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Would you mind?

I couldn’t handle being a pioneer.

01 Jun 2013 | : blog

For the second straight week, Oklahoma City, Ok. has seen devastating tornadoes.

From the headlines we read:

In Oklahoma’s Tornado Alley….tens of thousands were without power…..more than 91,800 homes and businesses across the state remained without power Saturday.

I just spoke with my daughter in law, Cait, by phone, “I’m still alive. We’re out of power. Power lines down everywhere, poles just snapped off.   I couldn’t handle being a pioneer. I need my power.”

I worked for a power company in the early 1980s. In ’83 a big wind put our power out for twenty four hours but in the surrounding area with REA and Utah Power, power remained out in areas for days because of the devastation.

Yes, Utah has tornadoes though not as often as the mid-west.                                              See this footage from 2007                                                                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0VB5905Ebg

So what do we do when the power is off for an extended time?

Throw a neighborhood barbeque so that all the freezer food doesn’t spoil?  Might be good for a day but what for food there after?

Having one’s own generator perhaps would be helpful.  I have one in my motor-home but no gas in it right now and its not hooked to my house.

A good idea that I’ve run across is a generator that starts with a battery and then keeps running.   And this generator can be self built.

The manual you need for this how-to is very inexpensive, $47 US.

Then you can build you own Magniwork Free Energy :


Let’s get a little more prepared.

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