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They're Still Buthurt

Oh the leftist cry and the leftist moan and the leftist whine… well there’s nothing new about that but one of the things that bothers them now, is that we on the right have so much UNWARRANTED disrespect for the office of the President. 1,542 more words


My rating is 2 out of 5 stars.

The Drawing of the Three (The Dark Tower #2) is usually proclaimed by readers as either “ 781 more words


Friends Forever: My review of The Drawing of the Three

“I’ll get by with a little help from my friends…all I need is my buddies…”

-Joe Cocker

“Friends forever!”

Saved by the Bell

In case you couldn’t tell, I just got done reading… 2,426 more words

Stephen King

Unfinished Business: A sort of review of The Gunslinger by Stephen King

Of all the resolutions I made for this year, the one I’m struggling with most is trying to read for at least 30 minutes a day, because other stuff gets in the way and sometimes there’s just no time to curl up with a book. 335 more words


What I Would Change About Stephen King's The Dark Tower - Part I.

When I first read Stephen King’s opus, The Dark Tower, I was much younger and eating through books like gravy and mozzarella covered curly fries while drunk in a diner. 606 more words


Final Thoughts on The Drawing of the Three (The Dark Tower, Book II)

The Drawing of the Three is the second book in Stephen King’s The Dark Tower Saga. Given that this is the second book in a series there is always the potential for spoilers from the first book, so read with that in mind. 757 more words

Final Thoughts

"Let me through. I am a priest."

This blog post contains major spoilers for Stephen King’s “The Gunslinger” and “The Waste Lands.”  Please read no further if you haven’t read the series. 123 more words