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Christian Bale as Travis McGee? What the Fudge?

Okay, just when you thought that the worst casting decision in the world was Marky Mark as Nathan Drake in the Uncharted film, Hollywood chucks one out that is breathtakingly bad. 930 more words


Speaking from EXPERIENCE

It is only when you KNOW and FOLLOW Jesus Christ that you can talk from experience. Most religious people speak things that they do not know nor understand, they have just heard it or read it. 215 more words

Blood Orange Bliss

Many of my favorite dinner adventures start with a single ingredient. Sometimes it’s one that I know and cook with often (lemon, garlic, mozzarella cheese, … 944 more words

Fighting from the Bind Class at Talon-Crescent War 2015

This is a video of the class taught by me (known in the SCA as Don Lot Ramirez), on Fighting from the Bind using Longsword techniques from both Italian and German sources. 37 more words

Historical Fencing

Ward, Dorothy Helen Gestite

Dorothy Helen Gestite Ward of Doylestown died peacefully Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015. She was 85.

She was the beloved wife of the late Forrest A. Ward; loving mother of the late Karl and Michael Gober; and the stepmother of the late Michael Ward. 246 more words

A Book Review on The Host, by Stephanie Meyer.

Publisher: Little, Brown & Company.
Year: 2008.
Number of pages: 638.

Wanderer tells us her story, set in the world’s future, when dead human bodies are being filled with new souls. 349 more words

Book Reviews

Le fils, de Philipp Meyer ****

Vaste fresque de l’Amérique (traduction: des Etats-Unis) de 1950 à nos jours, le fils de Philipp Meyer, finaliste du prestigieux prix Pulitzer 2014, est porté par trois personnages, trois générations d’une famille texane, les McCullough, dont les voix successives tissent la trame de ce roman. 415 more words