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Patriots Day Blu-ray review: "Intense and intelligently made"

Based on the tragic true events that occurred at the finish of the Boston Marathon in 2013, director Peter Berg and lead Mark Wahlberg have recreated the day leading up to the bombing, followed by the astonishing man hunt that eventually caught one of the perpetrators. 540 more words

Home Entertainment

Working to Help Save Sea Turtles

Sea turtles are among the most popular marine reptiles and have been in Earth’s ocean for more than 100 million years. Unfortunately, today sea turtles struggle to survive. 409 more words

Oil Spills

Counting People on the Beach is Not as Simple as it Sounds

Imagine the perfect day at the beach, lying in the sand, fishing from the pier, maybe taking a boat out on the water. Then an oil spill occurs, and the beach is no longer a fun place to be. 249 more words

Oil Spills

Hope is Not a Tactic

May 23, 2017

Hope is Not a Tactic

Against my will  I watched the movie Deepwater Horizon over the weekend.  While this isn’t a blog to review movies,  I deeply recommend this movie.   341 more words

Slice Of Life #SOL17



On 20th April 2010, the Deepwater Horizon, a British Petroleum oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, exploded, killing eleven workers and unleashing an oil leak of volcanic proportions five thousand feet below the surface. 2,038 more words

Appeal To Ignorance

Is Rick Perry Right for the Department of Energy?

Back in December, Donald Trump nominated former Texas Governor Rick Perry, who has two failed presidential candidate runs under his belt, to be his Secretary of Energy. 427 more words

U.S. Politics

Pontiac Grand Prix and Leyland Petrol Tanker: A Symbiotic Relationship

One thing you need in abundance if you have a Chinook-load of tiny vintage cars is gasoline. This is especially true if you have a near mint ’64 Pontiac Grand Prix Sports Coupe, which demands to be cruised and burns over 7 gallons per coffee table. 205 more words