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Have You Used Your Imagination, Lately?

The following blog is based off a speech I had to do in college.  It was a persuasive speech.  While most students tried to persuade me to think one way or the other about marijuana, assisted suicide, or some other hot topic items that I knew my professor had heard a gazillion times, I wanted to do something different.  1,617 more words

"But if the while I think on thee, dear friend, All losses are restored and sorrows end." Shakespeare

This article belongs to Gore Vidal, and I take no credit for it. I am pasting it on here as his article embraces why we should remember Orson Wells.

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Touch of Evil, a film directed by Orson Welles, 1958; Classic Film Noir

Attention film buffs and cinephiles: Do you have a film(s) that fits your criteria to a T and yet you continually pass up every opportunity to watch it? 1,154 more words

National Film Registry

I'm Not Dead

As the title says: I am not dead, yet in all honesty I wonder fucking why not. Obviously from my own observations I love myself too much for suicide to be a literal thing, it’s more of a deep dark wallowing feeling like how I imagine the Queen feels talking to Jeremy Corbyn. 573 more words


The NULL Solution = Episode 131

The NULL Solution = Episode 131

…Mob mentality is one of the strangest instincts in human nature, buried good and deep…

The eminent approach of a huge PHO – potentially hazardous objects {Lie #3} into the… 513 more words

Science Fiction

Adaptations: The Fractured City in The Third Man

A fortuitous mixture of beautiful cinematography, flawless screenplay, and, in Orson Wells, one of the screen’s greatest actors at the top of his game, The Third Man… 327 more words



If there hadn’t been women we’d still be squatting in a cave eating raw meat, because we made civilization in order to impress our girlfriends. 73 more words