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Gilda (1946)

Gilda is a film I’ve seen about 30 minutes of and for the life of me couldn’t push past that thirty minutes.  Call it whatever you will but my mind wasn’t ready to process this film, until now.   1,582 more words


Type 95 Ha-Go in Thailand

The Type 95 Ha-Go was the most widely-built Japanese tank of WWII. Several countries (France, China, North Korea) briefly operated small numbers of Ha-Gos during the immediate post-WWII period. 1,607 more words


The Little Prince (1943) by Antoine de Saint-Exupery

When it is midday in the United States, the sun, as everyone knows, is setting in France. One would just have to travel in one minute to France to be able to watch the sun setting there.

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Final Thoughts/reviews

Book Review: Out of Bounds, Judith Merril (1960)

(Art Sussman’s cover for the 1960 edition)

3.25/5 (collated rating: Vaguely Good)

I have long been a fan of both Judith Merril’s fiction and edited volumes.   1,360 more words

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