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Film Review: Slap Shot

“Slap Shot” is what I consider to be the greatest hockey film of all-time. No, it is not a Disney family movie and it is crude, violent and often times profane. 525 more words


Pixar-Forgotten/Minor Characters #7: Chuck and His Team

Pixar’s Cars franchise is considered to be the worst amongst Pixar’s films. And I kinda have to agree with that statement, but it’s no way to say that I don’t like the movies. 492 more words


Honey It's Getting Close To Midnight, And All The Myths Are Still In Town

Oh, why not. I’ve got nothing better to do. Here’s my para by para appraisal of house favourite paul newman’s interview with Andrew Strasuss (as Ian wants me to call him after my typo yesterday). 3,727 more words


What’s YOUR leadership mark? 

Hey leaders.  Ever drive through a neighborhood and noticed who has a dog?  Mutts leave marks.  Sometimes it is a tiny patch of dark green grass that’s noticeably taller.  372 more words

Leadership Development

Get On the Sidewalk

Excuse me? As I ran north in the bike path on A1A, just north of Ft. Pierce, Florida, and south of Vero Beach, I spliced my way through a contingent of men wearing hard hats repairing power lines and placing new poles at varied logistical points on the east side of the highway. 1,330 more words


Dinner and A Movie Monday ~ Road To Perdition

The Road to Perdition is a 2002 movie, starring Tom Hanks who plays Mike Sullivan. In his son’s eyes, he’s an ordinary upper middle class father who works hard for a living to provide for his family. 395 more words