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Hurt Feelings

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The problem is world-wide, but North America in particular has turned into a bunch of whimpering, whining, wimpy, wussy, wieners. I’m all for being respectful, and not intentionally hurting feelings, but more and more, within any larger group, is a smaller sect, driven by the usual ego and insecurity, who make an industry out of being offended. 550 more words

Trivia

Cinematic Memories with Linnea Quigley!

Creepy Eddie, the hoarse 75 year old werewolf enthusiast… Demanding Darlene, the manager with prescient skills for  discovering untoward violations of protocol. Those have been some of my co-workers. 100 more words

Entertainment

12 Things Parents of Kids With Food Aversions Know To Be True

Food aversions that go beyond being “picky” are real. Texture, smell, color, appearance all can impact someone’s ability to eat what is in front of them. 256 more words

Autism

1001 TV Shows You Must Watch Before You Die edited by Paul Condon (2015)

1001 TV Shows You Must Watch Before You Die
edited by Paul Condon
Universe Publishing, 2015
960 pages

Be careful when you tell someone they must do something; that demanding language often backfires. 156 more words

Reviews

'Dukes of Hazzard' Christmas album goes VINYL for the holidays

HOLDEN, La. (WGNO) – Dukes of Hazzard is a TV classic. So are the stars of the show. It’s been three decades since the show was a primetime hit, but actors John Schneider and Tom Wopat will always be Bo and Luke Duke. 226 more words

News

'Dukes of Hazzard' TV star John Schneider scouts a New Orleans cemetery for his new reality TV show

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) –  You know actor John Schneider from his days as Bo Duke on the TV classic Dukes of Hazzard.

Now, John makes his own movies and TV shows at his Holden, Louisiana,  107 more words

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[PHOTOS] Amanda's Top TV Cars

Ok guys, this one is a bit different.  I’m going to give you the cars, in no particular order.  I want YOU to tell me the year/make/model of the cars in the comments below! 112 more words

Culture