Category Archives: Film and Media

Solo: the legacy of Star Wars

It’s Opening Weekend, so don’t expect any spoilers here. I don’t do that. What I will say is that Ron Howard did the franchise justice; and so did Jonathan and  Lawrence Kasdan, who wrote the screen play. The actors did, … Continue reading

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Infinity War (NO SPOILERS)

So, the long-awaited day finally arrived. Hubs had gotten our tickets ahead of time, we arrived early, and were the first in line for our showing, so we got our favorite seats. I really wanted to see the entire scene … Continue reading

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It Doesn’t Rain, It Snows

Almost a week with no internet. This time, we were all down. Hubs amused himself watching episodes of ANDROMEDA. The Kidling and I watched a lot of television since Friday last: SAY YES TO THE DRESS, SUPERNATURAL, and BONES, mostly. … Continue reading

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Life Immitating Art?

So, I am currently reading “Chain of Command” by Casper Weingberger and Peter Schweizer. It came out in 2005. I won’t say anything about the story line. Read it yourself. What scares the bejeuz out of me is the fact … Continue reading

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The Soundtrack of Our Lives

From the lullabies sung over our infant selves, to the songs bidding farewell to our caskets, music is a part of our lives, even if most of it seems unconscious and random. Music can invoke strong emotions, influence moods, recall … Continue reading

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Bless Our Vets

When my daughter arrived with her grandmother to pick me up from work today, she couldn’t wait to tell me about English class today. They had a substitute teacher, and the man happens to be a Vietnam Vet. Considering they … Continue reading

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Oscar Fashions

WHYWHYWHY do beautiful women think necklines to their belly buttons or see-through materials are so glamorous? Seriously, there was one dress this year you could basically see the woman’s vagina. I don’t want to see that, I don’t want the … Continue reading

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