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…and we’re back!

…and we’re back!

The best way to start blogging again is to just start blogging again.  With that in mind, here’s a little something I saw on Amazon yesterday I thought I might help out with. …Fox was shocked to learn how much snow has already disappeared in the mountains. Have no fear Mr. Fox, I believe you’ll find that snow in my…

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General Who?

General Who?

While I enjoyed the last season of Doctor Who, I’m not sure I could explain what happened during its finale. I obviously did not give it the attention it required, so I’m left a bit confused as to how they managed to revive the late General George Custer to play the new Doctor.…

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Enough Rope

Enough Rope

This image is from the ‘popular now’ area of the bing.com homepage.  Isn’t it interesting that it is the parent keeping her child too close (perhaps) who causes the controversy, while another who runs the risk of leaving three children fatherless for the sake of a spectacle goes ignored?  You’d think the man would like his kids enough to use…

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Hammer Chillers

Hammer Chillers

The latest creation from Hammer will be creeping to life next month, and this time they’re leaving the visuals to us. Hammer has prepared 6 downloadable audio dramas that will be released weekly from June 7 to July 19.  After that date the whole set will be available.  Each 30 minute story is just under $5, or $23 for a…

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One to Watch: The Awakening (2011)

One to Watch: The Awakening (2011)

Forever on the lookout for decent horror films on Netflix, and usually woefully disappointed, I was happy to discover this old-fashioned ghost story from among the found footage rubbish and countless bad zombie movies. The Awakening, released in 2011, is set just after the bloodbath that was World War I.  At the time spiritualism was both gaining popularity, and attracting…

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The Doped Peddler

The Doped Peddler

I don’t have much to say about the Lance Armstrong Artificiallystrong nonsense.  I just wanted to use that headline.  I’m sure the web is lousy with similar titles followed up by angrily worded articles on his betrayal of both his fans and the sport of cycling. I care not of these things. Our hero approaches sound barrier. But, can you…

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