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This one is for Nora Ephron...

She died today. We lost a brilliant woman, but her words and the memories she gave us will endure. She was on my "to meet" Bucket List (along with Bernie Mac). Tonight, we're making waffles in Nora's honor and rereading my favorite script, "When Harry Met Sally" and watching the marathon of her movies. Waffles and wine! Cheers to you, Nora! RIP.
"When I buy a new book, I always read the last page first, that way in case I die before I finish, I know how it ends. That, my friend, is a dark side." Harry


"It's this very cold, hard, Mexican tile." Sally
"No, no, no, I drove him away. And I'm going to be forty." Sally
"When?" Harry
"Someday." Sally
"In eight years." Harry
"She doesn't have a thing about chins." Marie
"I am not your consolation prize, Harry." Sally
"Big jerk." (kid outside batting cage)
"Little creep. Where was I?" Harry
"You were growing." Jess
"Oh, but baby fishmouth is sweeping the nation. I hear them talking." Harry
"Draw SOMETHING, resembling ANYTHING!" Jess
"I have a theory that hieroglyphics are just an ancient comic strip about a character named Sphinxy." Harry
"This stupid, wagon wheel, Roy Rogers, garage sale, coffee table." Harry
"I thought you liked it." Jess
"I was being nice." Harry

"I'll just keep walking. You go ahead." Harry in the airport
"That's it? Some faceless guy rips off all your clothes, and that's the sex fantasy you've been having since you were twelve?" Harry
"Well, sometimes I vary it a little." Sally
"Which part?" Harry
"What I'm wearing." Sally
"You know, you may be the first attractive woman I've not wanted to sleep with in my entire life." Harry
"That's nice, Harry." Sally
"Great. A woman friend." Harry
"I thought you said men and women could never be friends." Sally
"I never said that. When did I say that?" Harry
"On the ride to New York." Sally


Press Release - Ginette Matacia Lucas pens article for American Society of Dowsers

Media Inquiries: 
Pamela Miltenberger, Matacia Media Director 
Booking Requests: 
Jim Napier, Breakout Productions and Management 


Caylee Anthony Case Dowser, Ginette Matacia Lucas Pens Article for 
American Society of Dowsers

Houston, Texas (June 5, 2012) -- Ginette Matacia Lucas, lifetime member of the American Society of Dowsers (ASD) preeminent dowser on the case of the missing toddler, Caylee Anthony, pens a practical "How to" article for an ASD quarterly publication that includes her fascinating experiences and pivotal strategies for dowsing lost objects and treasure to dowsing on internationally publicized and controversial criminal cases. 

"Missing person cases are increasing at alarming rates as evidenced by growing statistics. Dowsing supported by positive media coverage including proactive network programming such as Nancy Grace and Anderson Cooper, as well as, social media create greater awareness, and can help us solve cases more efficiently and effectively. Communities have joined forces to fight the war on the missing by way of information exchange and dowsing, and Team Matacia is facilitating such endeavors. 

Ginette's father, Louis Matacia is an acclaimed dowser and joins her efforts along with Washington, D.C. community activist, Keith Jarrell and Texas dowser/astrologer, Pamela Miltenberger. We recognize that dowsing is a multifaceted tool that lends itself to locating missing persons and dowsing drought-ridden cities to dowsing for product development. I recently learned that Marc Mondavi has created a wine called, "The Divining Rod" which is based on successful water dowsing in his vineyard," stated Ginette. "We are working on a vast range of dowsing projects and educating the public at the same time. It's wonderful to be able to help solve cases, find missing loved ones, and uncover buried historical treasure." Ginette’s extraordinary account of her diverse dowsing experience is published in the May issue of American Dowser and online at

The American Society of Dowsers annual convention is June 6th – 11th at Lyndon State College, Lyndonville, VT. Contact: Nathan Platt, 802.684.3417