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Are We Really Civilized?: TZ's "The Shelter"

No moral, no message, no prophetic tract. Just a simple statement of fact: for civilization to survive, the human race has to remain civilized.

Man was made in the image and likeness of God, which means that we have the ability to…

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Gimme "Shelter": The Perils of Survival At Any Price

“The true test of a man’s character is what he does when no one is watching.”
― John Wooden

The fifth-dimensional equivalent? I’d put it this way: “The true test of a man’s character is what he does when he believes his life is in danger.” 949 more words

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The Twilight Zone: Perchance to Dream

Rod Serling’s Introduction: “Twelve o’clock noon. An ordinary scene, an ordinary city. Lunchtime for thousands of ordinary people. To most of them, this hour will be a rest, a pleasant break in a day’s routine.

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Fifth-Dimensional Finishes

The Twilight Zone is famous for its twist endings. But for me, the real cherry on top of our inter-dimensional sundaes is Rod Serling’s closing narrations. 1,074 more words

Twilight Zone

The Twilight Zone: Time Enough At Last

A Look At Both The Television Episode And The Radio Adaptation.

Rod Serling’s Introduction: “Witness Mr. Henry Bemis, a charter member in the fraternity of dreamers.

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Hallow-Holics Podcast, Ep. 5: A Twilight Zone Podcast

We promised you guys we’d deliver an episode about the Twilight Zone, we just didn’t realize it might take more than one to cover the topic. 29 more words


Lotions and potions and notions: Oh my!

Thanks to movies and various publications, you probably have a pretty good idea of what a French café, a French restaurant, and a French château look like, even if you’ve never visited France. 1,087 more words

Life In Southwest France