Monthly Archives: October 2015

The following frightening story is real

And it happened to me. I was working as a youth pastor in Fredericton, NB. Though it was spring time, the air was a lot like it was today in that city. Crisp, cool….and foreboding. I was in my office … Continue reading

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Pick your movie of the week: Horror! (Oct 30-Nov 5/15)

Yes, no fancy pics this week (this one is a close-up of my Disney “Tower of Terror” mug). I have a daughter typing up a storm on our family computer and I am out of town in a matter of … Continue reading

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Beauty is in the Brain of the Beholder

Imagine that you are asked to open a drawer and retrieve the contents: an Amazon tree boa. The snake is coiled up in there relaxing. The person telling you to do this, let’s call him Damien, assures you that the … Continue reading

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Pick your movie of the week: Monsters! (Oct 23-29/15)

All classic monster films, but which one will be your movie of the week? NOTE: Though the modern day adaptations are pictured as well, we will go with the classic film for each one. Godzilla (1954) Frankenstein (1931) King Kong (1933) … Continue reading

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Missed opportunities in the movies

Did you know that Julie Andrews was considered for the role of Mrs. Potts in Beauty and the Beast? Or that Patrick Swayze was considered to voice Gaston? Even Regis Philbin tried out for the part of the Beast. The … Continue reading

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Pick your Movie of the Week: The 90’s! (Oct 16-22/15)

This decade really made its mark on the psyche of popular culture. Out of the top 25 movies of IMDb’s Top 250, 10 of them are from the 1990’s. That’s 40%! So which one deserves to be this week’s movie? … Continue reading

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Liberals vs Conservatives: A love story

Ever since I can remember I’ve tried to make sense of politics. I remember as a kid hearing an adult say how much they liked the Prime Minister, and gave reasons why. It didn’t all make sense to me, but … Continue reading

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