Monthly Archives: March 2010

I love it when old people play video games

I just spent an hour watching 12 people over the age of 70 compete in a Wii Bowling Tournament at our local retirement community, and I think I love that idea more than anything I’ve run into in the last, … Continue reading

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Movie Monday 7: Alice in Wonderland – 6-out-of-10 T’s

And we start using the new scale with a good example of more “Meh” than “Wow”. There was “wow” with this movie, don’t get me wrong. The collection of actors, the production quality, the narrative (which gets us from points … Continue reading

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Movie Monday Scale: Now from 1 to 10!

I’ve decided to change from a 5-scale to a 10-scale due to the advice of friends (like “Why the crap do you have all those point-5′s? Just use a scale of 1-to-10, moron”), and so I shall. I don’t know … Continue reading

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Obscure Heroes of History 3: Kiddo the G** D*** Cat

This is kind of a repeat, but I love this story. Walter Wellman, who I featured in Obscure Heroes of History 1, was an adventurer who specialized in airship travel. He failed a lot, but he kept trying, which I … Continue reading

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Dogs in glorious slow motion

I’m gonna be gone for a few days. Hopefully, I’ll still be able to blog, but if I’m not, I leave you with this. For some reason, this is amazing to me. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUCRZzhbHH0] Share on FacebookTweet

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Movie Monday 6: Cop Out – 2-out-of-5 T’s

This was the first time Kevin Smith directed a film he hadn’t written himself. I say “film” because he directed the pilot episode of the now-canceled CW series, “Reaper”, which he said was a horrible experience and he’d never do … Continue reading

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