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What We Have Here is a Failure to Find the Right Reference Point (Or how I learned to communicate with Generation Y)

Mother’s Day weekend, I had the pleasure of visiting with my son and his gf (that’s hip for “girlfriend” – how cool am I!). Somehow, we got on the subject of Bruce Willis’ fame. I immediately referenced Moonlighting.  Despite it’s … Continue reading

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Scary Movies – Nothing to Fear But Watching Alone

Which horror movies scared you the most? I was weaned on the horror flicks of the early 1960s (many of which were actually released in the late ’50s). By the time I was allowed to see them, it was after … Continue reading

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Stephen King – Profit From Nightmares

Happy Birthday to Stephen King – proof a fortune can be made from night terrors, if you JUST WRITE THEM DOWN when you wake in a cold sweat. My mistake is when I wake from a nightmare, I spend the … Continue reading

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If Only Drunks Were as Funny and Drinking as Glamorous as the Media Would Have Us Believe

Dying or (worse yet), killing someone else due to driving “under the influence” is the worst possible result of alcohol addiction. Unfortunately, the heartbreak of alcoholism has devastating consequences that extend to every part of the addict’s l… Continue reading

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