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Acceptance, not awareness

In 2008, the United Nations designated 2 April “World Autism Awareness Day”. As a result, many organisations promote April as “Autism Awareness Month”. The UN probably meant well, but I think the “autism awareness” campaign hurts more than it helps. 290 more words

Rick Stacy On Demand 4.21.15

Big debate over Dan Aykroyd’s alleged four alien sightings, exclusive audio of crazy circus clown fight and why men aren’t marrying anymore all in today’s Rick Stacy On Demand. 105 more words

Features

DAILY DISH: There's aliens out there walking in them woods …

The 50th ACM Awards smoked it in the ratings Sunday night, bringing in 15.77-million viewers – about 1.5-mil more than last year and the highest ratings in 17-years! 189 more words

Music

Get On Up

Biopics are an often loved genre for film makers wanting a lot of critical acclaim without that much work. You’ve got an already established fan base who’ll go and see your film because they like the person in question, you’ve got a story line and characters already made for you and the Oscars absolutely love them so you might get a few nods come awards season. 843 more words

Throwback Thursday-Sgt Bilko (1996)

There is an old saying about the road to perdition, that is paved with good intentions.

Master Sargent Ernest G. Bilko  is on that road. While his methods are unusual, he tries to do what is right, but in his own way. 190 more words

Movies

Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 29, Ghostbusters

In which, Andrew, Tracy, and Kyle White spend an afternoon watching the original Ghostbusters and then chat about why the movie is the “perfect comedy.”  We also discuss where Harold Ramis took his acting inspiration, why the special effects have held up so well, over thirty years later, and how Sigourney Weaver is especially hot in dark eye makeup and big hair. 32 more words

Movies

MY MOVIE SHELF: Driving Miss Daisy

The Task: Watch and write about every movie on my shelf, in order (Blu-rays are sorted after DVDs), by June 10, 2015.  Remaining movies: 93  515 more words

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