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Thanks but no thanks for the memories.

Every so often, Facebook likes to crank its stalkerishness all the way up to 11 and dig out one of my old status updates to surprise me with in my news feed. 326 more words

Reasons I Am Not A Credible Source For Anything

The Electric Horseman (1979)

As the Annals of Film History come to resemble the Annals of Film Remakes more and more every day, one might suppose it’s only a matter of time before someone digs up… 893 more words

Robert Redford

Summertime Sadness: Film Review of The Way We Were

Does anybody besides Lana Del Rey and me feel sad in the summertime? No? If you or anyone you love wants to wallow in the melancholy this summer season, check out the podcast… 731 more words



So ends another school year, or at least over in twelve hours. And counting. It was quite a good year- thankfully the complete antithesis to last year despite my small number of knuckleheads.  720 more words

How Do I Know What I Think I Know is Truth?

I Am Convinced…

My memories are a true representation of what I know of my past. Yet, recent articles continually tell us that these memories are at best suspect of total truth and fact. 759 more words

Algorithms For Life

The Way We Were

I am writing another blog about nostalgia, which according to my Google sources is defined as: “A sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations.” I chose in my last blog to delve deeply into the music scene in San Francisco during the famous, or notorious, depending on your viewpoint, “Summer of Love” in 1967….But there was a lot more going on in the summer of 1967 than just the musical explosion…. 927 more words