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It's the Little Things in Life...Like Kitchen Faucets

My dad came over last week and replaced my kitchen sink faucet. It was one of those where there’s only one handle to control the water temperature and it was missing the gasket so the dumb thing moved every time I turned it on. 94 more words

The Money Pit

How many of you have seen the movie The Money Pit, starring Tom Hanks and Shelley Long?  (Spielberg was a co-producer.)  The actual house used for the movie is located in Long Island and was put up for sale this past summer, to the tune of $12.5 million with annual property taxes of just under $66,000. 1,241 more words

How to succumb to your inner demons in 2015 and beyond

Inner demons and all-consuming obsessions have a way of persevering no matter how much we resist. Just when you think you’ve conquered that crippling compulsion, up it pops to once again dominate your thoughts, dictate your behaviors and take over every waking moment of your life. 453 more words


Mini-Episode 1A: 2014 Year-End Awards Spectacular

Although only two of the hosts could be present for this ceremony, they surely did justice to the rich and varied tapestry of films that our little podcast covered in the year 2014. 36 more words


MY MOVIE SHELF: Outrageous Fortune

The Task: Watch and write about every movie on my shelf, in order (Blu-rays are sorted after DVDs), by June 10, 2015.  Remaining movies: 171   704 more words


Episode 1: Frozen Assets (1992)

In this seminal episode of the Forgotten Failures podcast, the film chum (consisting of Mike D. , Darrill and Lindsay), have attracted the attention of the sophomore effort from romcom power couple, Shelley Long (as Grace Murdoch, single and hating it sperm guru) and Corbin Bernsen (as Zach Shepard, possible bachelor degree forger, pick up artist and business man). 90 more words


Holiday Engagement (movie review)

The Hallmark Channel is back at it again with Holiday Engagement. This movie has a plot that’s been recycled through the rom com genre a million times and isn’t even unique to the Christmas rom com sub genre. 240 more words

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