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Empathy for a Brachiosaurus and a teeny tiny post-credit scene in Jurassic World

Summer has officially started. And, I normally would not have started it off with a dinosaur movie.  I believe that I watched the original Jurassic Park in the movie theaters years ago. 422 more words

Psychology

Music Review: 'Nowhere Land' by Olivia Olson

Los Angeles is both magical and manic. Entertainer Olivia Olson should know. Just take a listen to her song, “Los Angeles,” from her newly-released album, … 200 more words

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Maybe it was the martini I had beforehand, but Ocean's 8 was entertaining

Back when George Clooney assembled his all-male assemble for Ocean’s Eleven, I watched the film but have no real memory of its plot. Sure, I know that he gathered some friends who each had a special skill needed for a heist. 561 more words

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2018 ACE Comic Con in Seattle: June 22-24

ACE Comic Con is coming to the Pacific Northwest! From June 22 – 24, you can see Tom Holland (Spider-Man), Elizabeth Olsen (Scarlet Witch), Paul Bettany (Vision), and Hayley Atwell (Agent Peggy Carter – “Captain America”) of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe will join previously announced talent Chris Hemsworth (Thor) and Tom Hiddleston (Loki) at the WaMu Theater & CenturyLink Field Event Center, Seattle. 172 more words

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Incredibles 2 delighted me with its raccoon fight

I, along with millions of others, went to see the Incredibles 2 this past weekend. I had not seen the Incredibles prior to that.  And, I don’t think it mattered as the storyline was fairly self-contained or so it seemed to me.    528 more words

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Considering how expensive things are, I thank you for letting me live rent-free in your head

Back when I was living in my beloved New York, there was a political candidate that made us chuckle, momentarily nod in agreement, and think of ways to further free up some cash in our lives. 329 more words

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Love laughs at locksmiths and rainbows can brighten any day if you let it

There has been a slew of depressing, sad, and frustrating events the past week or so. Add June gloom to the mix and it is hard to sometimes see the rainbow after the deluge. 329 more words

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