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The other day I was having a discussion with someone who is more than 20 years my senior. He remarked how complex and difficult business and life has become. 1,059 more words
Regular Show is like Clerks for kids, and I am always surprised by how clever its writing is. Like a lot of Nickelodeon’s output in the mid-to-late nineties it appeals on two totally different levels, often simultaneously, to capture the hearts of the kids and the minds of (often) their parents. 636 more words
We’ll get back to our regularly scheduled adventures into my juvenile past soon enough. Unlike the narrators from “THE WONDER YEARS” or “HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER”, I don’t recall every instance which happened in my life in robotic detail nor do I have enough such moments to fill seven plus seasons of network TV. 1,757 more words
Maybe that’s too strong a statement. Perhaps I was merely incorrect, or misinformed…no, I was wrong.
In a prior post, I stated that there were tremendous differences in how my daughter (and her peers) use their mobile devices and how people like me (who are old enough to be their parents) use our mobile devices. 74 more words