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Thursday Thoughts #10 - New Birth Control

When I was younger, like preteen-ish age, I was really into HGTV. And then high school happened and I was dancing 6 days a week and therefore never home and then college where I actually was never home and so I just sort of fell off the whole “building your dream home, one log at a time” network.  539 more words

Thursday Thoughts

Claustrophobic Whitechapel man trapped in lift with scantily-clad lovelies loses battle to control bowels.

The Whitechapel Whelk has learned that a local landscape gardener, suffering from acute claustrophobia, lost a grim battle to control his bowels on Tuesday while trapped in a hospital lift with 3 attractive females. 290 more words



Inspired by Pinnacles National Park, December 2015

When I visited, Pinnacles was the newest of the 59 National Parks, signed into law by President Barack Obama on January 10, 2013. 193 more words


It Comes at Night (Shults; 2017)

While genre is a necessary tool helping us to classify film, it’s a far from perfect one.  Comedy and drama as genres are so broad as to be nearly no help at all in letting us decide if a film is one we want to check out.   1,099 more words

Movie Review

The eyes have it

One of my most vivid memories as a teenager was watching my father constantly staring at himself in the mirror. Superficially, it seemed such a strange thing for him to be doing as he certainly wasn’t a vain man. 1,208 more words


Introvert problems...

I have to plan when I’m going to do something. I literally have to mentally prepare myself to do tasks the night before.

I have tasks I need to complete? 228 more words


Fight for Buggy Rides

It could be that my senses still connect to those ancient means of transportation that my forefathers used in India — bullock carts and horse carriages or desert caravans. 294 more words