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The Man and I watched Adventures in Babysitting last week. I’d first seen it at my birthday party in 1988 (grade 8) and perhaps again once since. There are so many places in that film that a cell phone could … Continue reading
Maybe stretching it as a title, but in terms of keeping with the satanistic weekend theme, let’s just go with it. You buy a gift for an employee who has done extra work. Your spouse finds it and raves about … Continue reading
At least, I think it failed. If it actually was an exorcism and there actually was a demon possessing a girl. In stories like this facts do not take a back seat; they’re deliberately thrown out and left behind in … Continue reading
but hopefully I’ll get that sorted after work today and be back to posting more often. Stupid DSL box just blinks as if the phone cord isn’t plugged in. Methinks it’s time to check into wireless.
Rebuilt, in fact: The pace is expected to pick up soon on the construction of a new statue portraying Jesus at Solid Rock Church in Monroe. Work on the concrete foundation that the new 51-foot tall statue “Come Unto Me” … Continue reading
At least, not anymore. Apple has bowed to public pressure after a petition was signed by 146,000 people. In the petition letter addressed to Steve Jobs, the Apple chief executive, and posted last week on the Change.org site, objectors said: … Continue reading
Hollywood lost its faith in creativity long ago, and the finance and marketing folks took over. They went from supporting talented young filmmakers (many of whom went on to become industry superstars) to making everything based on the pitch (“It’s … Continue reading
Not that I’m going or anything, but I just learned about a cool exhibit running at the Franklin Institute there: Leonardo da Vinci’s Workshop “The genius of Leonardo da Vinci, the greatest mind of the Renaissance, springs to life in … Continue reading
When I worked at Wal-mart, part of the “training” given to the staff required sitting on our asses in front of computers to watch badly rendered animated people going through a work day doing things wrong so we could later … Continue reading
What are they whining about now, you ask? It’s about something called the Manhattan Declaration, an app Apple carried until accusations of anti-gay sentiment were lodged against it. According to Apple’s PR department, the Manhattan Declaration – a statement of … Continue reading