Monthly Archives: August 2015

Pick your movie of the week: 80’s Classroom! (Sept 4-10/15)

 It’s back-to-school time, and apparently when it comes to classics with classroom scenes, the 80’s has a corner on the market. If you think one of these needs to be this week’s movie, raise your hand. Then come up and … Continue reading

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Gov’t of Canada… got a deal for ya!

In fact I have 3. And I think you will find the conditions of these deals quite appealing. These days politicians tend to be lumped together under one stigma dishonest, obsessed with money and breaking promises. Well, not only are these sweet deals beneficial … Continue reading

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Pick your movie of the week: The 10’s! (Aug 28 – Sept 3/15)

So far the decade of the 10’s has been great. Our three nominees were all awesome movie experiences for me. And they just happen to have characters with short fuses and wide open mouths. Which one do you choose as … Continue reading

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“Cold” Movies

This is a term, I admit, I made up entirely. To me, cold movies refer to ones you watch and you “go in cold.” You have no idea what it’s about. Sometimes it’s a wonderful surprise, sometimes it’s a big … Continue reading

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Not Ordained Anymore: Postscript

Thank you all for your comments regarding my “not ordained anymore” post. I especially appreciate you saying I was brave, although the irony is embarrassing. One of the things I’d shared with John was that I felt terrible for not … Continue reading

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Pick your movie of the week: Gene Hackman! (Aug 21-27/15)

Happy 250th post! And we will celebrate with a great actor. He hasn’t done much lately (His last project was 11 years ago: Welcome to Mooseport. Can’t end on that note Gene. You’re much better than that one!), but he’s a … Continue reading

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This is a Breaking Story!

Most of us were brought up with a certain appreciation for current events. And I’d say most of us have a good understanding of how news has evolved over the years from public bulletins to daily gatherings around a radio/TV, … Continue reading

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