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The Da Vinci Code (2006)

Before even watching this film, there is a sense of obviousness to it. Based off of the successful Dan Brown novel, it seemed inevitable that a film adaptation with a great director (Ron Howard) with one of his most popular stars (Tom Hanks) and a cast of French usual suspects (Jean Reno and Audrey Tautou) would come together to make what is ultimately a lackluster cinematic event. 466 more words

LAPPY T GOT FIXED

In a desperate attempt to make full use of my laptops 1 year warranty, I decided I’d get it some spare parts by semi-faking faults and sending it off to apple for a fine tune. 194 more words

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The Opposite of Train Spotting

The last two days I’ve been on a last-minute business trip with work to Leeds, West Yorkshire (the West is important apparently) which meant getting the train from London… 522 more words

Commuting

NOOOOvember 2014: MovieRob

Having a good week is important and all, but don’t you feel like you need at least a little disappointment to make the good stuff even better? 752 more words

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Book Review - The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

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TITLE:  The Da Vinci Code

SERIES:  The Robert Langdon Series, Book 2

AUTHOR:  Dan Brown

FORMAT:  Kindle Version

PAGES/LOCATIONS:  592 pages/7499 locations… 1,109 more words

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Marriages Made In Heaven? Stories Claim New Findings On The Marital Status of Jesus Christ and Joseph Smith

For those who love to follow the marriages of the rich and famous, this week was a real doozy. In a new book, researchers are claiming evidence that Jesus married Mary Magdalene and had two sons. 517 more words

Religion

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As of this writing there are 198 comments on this reblogged article, written by law professor Jonathan Turley.

WWW Wednesdays #2

WWW Wednesdays are hosted by Should Be Reading and is a meme where we discuss what we are currently reading, just finished reading, and hope to read next. 331 more words

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