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The Day The Earth Stood Still (2008)

An alien visitation is treated with suspicion and aggression by the American government, leading to their decision that the Earth must be saved from destruction by the human race. 233 more words

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Kate Kennedy Procession – 90th Anniversary

Did not have to go far on Saturday to bring you all another day out and about with a Fife Ambassador.

On the second Saturday of April for the last 90 years one of Scotland’s oldest historical pageants takes place in St Andrews, Fife, namely The Kate Kennedy Procession. 131 more words

Westward Ho! Day 14

Lamar, CO (8:30 AM Mountain) to Roeland Park (Kansas City), KS (6:30 PM Central).  474 miles.
Notables: Jim Butcher’s audiobook Small Favor (laugh-out-loud supernatural fun). 519 more words
Bipolar Disorder

Laughter is the best medicine!

H: HUMOR TO DESTRESS Laughter has long been touted as a beneficial part of the healing process. When Norman Cousins was told he had little chance of survival, he developed his own recovery program.

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Absolutely Anything (2015) - 2016 Film-a-Day 98

A very British twist on Bruce Almighty, Absolutely Anything has amusing script that is bought to life in a stunted fashion with mixed results.

Absolutely Anything has two main selling points – firstly it is the first film since the Meaning of Life (1983) to have all five surviving members of Monty Python together again and secondly it is the last film to be released that stars Robin Williams. 270 more words

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Westward Ho! Day 8

Port Townsend, WA (8:30 AM) to Roseburg, OR (5:00 PM).  386 miles.
Notables:  I’m really sick of The Time Traveler’s Wife audiobook.  I know it’s a big bestseller, but I like the movie better (Plot vs Really Dopey Romance). 491 more words
Bipolar Disorder

Absolutely Anything - Movie Review

This movie was a great comedy movie for the masses. It had Simon Pegg in and featured voices and directing/producing from many members of the Monty Python crew. 112 more words

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