Monthly Archives: January 2013

Day 11: J.J. Abrams is the Chosen One

I can’t tell you when, where or how old I was the first time I watched “Star Wars.” It was a long time ago. I can tell you I where I was when I first read the news that Lucasfilm … Continue reading

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Day 10: Review: “The Last Stand”

Synopsis:  The leader of a drug cartel busts out of a courthouse and speeds to the Mexican border, where the only thing in his path is a sheriff and his inexperienced staff. The last time Arnold Schwarzenegger head lined a … Continue reading

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Day 9: Wait for it…

The first week of school is always the calm before the storm. No major assignments that need to be immediately turned in, no deadlines for articles. Nope, just the preparation for all of that. In about two weeks is when … Continue reading

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Day 9: A small step or the biggest one

I submitted my intent to graduate forms today via the interwebs. It’s now a non stop train ride from here to the graduation on May 11th. Thats a Saturday in case you needed to know. I hope I stay more … Continue reading

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Day 8: Just a little ways down the road

Last week I renewed my drivers license for the first time since I was 18. I won’t have to do it again until Feb. 2017, four years from now. Where in the world where I be at then. It definitely won’t be … Continue reading

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Day 7: Zero Dark Thirty

About halfway through my viewing of Kathryn Bigelow’s “Zero Dark Thirty” Friday night – a month after it started its limited run – I had a realization. I was watching ZDT, the film depicting the decade long hunt for Osama … Continue reading

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Day 6: Some catching up to do

I love Netflix. It’s the perfect way to get caught up on any television shows I’ve let fall by the wayside because of a hectic school/work schedule or because there’s other, far higher quality programming for me to spend my … Continue reading

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