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A (Very) Small Taste of Culture or How To Be a Terrible Parent in Less Than Three Acts

I think it would be a safe bet to say that most parents want their offspring to be exposed to at least a little bit of culture while they are growing up. 687 more words

Maybe Some People Want to Rule the World But I Sure as Hell Don't!!!

I love this video. It brings back all kinds of ’80s memories featuring brightly colored polo shirts, mullets and the imminent threat of world annihilation. But gloom and doom aside, I think that I can say in all honesty that I have NEVER wanted to rule the world. 461 more words

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Stay Tuned

My childhood was one of flight and narrow escapes. By the time I was five, my original father had signed over his parental rights to me. 1,121 more words

Childhood

Space 1999: The Bringers of Wonder

Space 1999 ran from 1975 to 1977 and was one of several live-action series produced by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, who are best known for their shows featuring marionettes. 1,858 more words

Day 24 in a month of writing: A New TV Season Doesn't Mean What it Used To

Monday night Jeff and I watched Big Bang Theory. The character Penny had gone from long locks to a short cut and we found out what had happened to Sheldon Cooper since the finale of last season. 984 more words

The Third Doctor

At the conclusion of The War Games, the Second Doctor is put on trial by the Time Lords and sentenced to exile on earth.  As part of his sentence, his “appearance” will again be changed.  785 more words

Atlantis And The Tomorrow People: Back To The '70s

“He’s the lone survivor of a lost civilization … thrust into ours!”

Okay, anyone hoping to see Mark Harris, a speedo-wearing webbed hottie “who is both human and a creature of the deep,” popping up in BBC One’s new drama… 345 more words

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