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Johnny Muskrat Learns A Lesson In Social Skills.

Johnny was very vain about his looks. He was proud of his body and his ability to swim. He often slicked down his beautiful brown fur. 585 more words


They're Out There: IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE (1953)

 IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE was Universal Studio’s first foray into the realm of science fiction (excluding the execrable ABBOTT & COSTELLO GO TO MARS). The studio was known for its classic monsters like Dracula, Frankenstein, and the Wolfman, but by the 1950s times had changed.  1,207 more words


Nourish and Connect with the Soul

Matterofprayer: A Year of Everyday Prayers – Saturday, June 20, 2015

Nourish and Connect with the Soul

Why not nourish our souls? Why not connect with that deep place inside each of us? 447 more words

Throwback Trailer: The Little Foxes (1941)

Regina Hubbard Giddens (Bette Davis) and her scheming brothers, Oscar (Carl Benton Reid) and Ben (Charles Dingle), plan to get rich from a cotton mill, but first they must tap into the wealth of Regina’s sickly husband, Horace Giddens (Herbert Marshall). 36 more words

Throwback Trailer

The final flourish

I read Richard Carlson’s book “Stop Thinking Start Living” over the weekend after plucking it off the shelf of the bookstore on Friday. A five hour stint of waiting for my car to be serviced stretched out ahead of me with the location (a Westfield shopping centre) being my idea of hell, so I plonked myself down on those comfy chairs in the middle of shopping ‘paradise’ and read for a while. 1,685 more words


Day #699:Get Comfortable Not Knowing

There once was a village that had among its people a very wise old man. The villagers trusted this man to provide them answers to their questions and concerns. 546 more words