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From the DVR: ...and justice for all. (1979)

By any measure of the yardstick, Arthur Kirkland (Al Pacino) should not be a member of the legal profession.  He’s far too principled.  Which is not to disparage lawyers, you understand—it’s just that Kirkland has difficulty functioning in a world where integrity and ethics take a backseat to winning at all costs.  1,415 more words

Classic TV

Haiku & History: In the Summer Following My Birth

The World Changed In The

Summer Following My Birth

Nothing Changed at All

In the summer following my birth, the world changed.  

My Random Thoughts And Misc Ramblings

Dorothy and Blanche and Rose and Sophia: The Golden Girls

Picture it…

Burbank, California 1984. NBC is airing a special to promote their upcoming 1984-1985 season. On stage are Selma Diamond, who played a very funny, chain-smoking bailiff on  3,934 more words

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Re Runs

Maybe you’ve noticed (and maybe you haven’t) that I have been reblogging some of my older pieces.

When I started blogging, I think it was in 2012.  294 more words


Who Loves Ya, Baby?

1 John 4:19‭, ‬21 – “We love each other because he loved us first. And he has given us this command: Those who love God must also love their fellow believers.” 201 more words