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War Dogs (2014) Greg Bear

War Dogs (2014) Greg Bear

Skyrine (Marine in the sky – get it?) Michael Venn is the here of this series. Aliens land on Earth and give us many new things but there is a catch. 135 more words

Nathaniel Mauger

K-9 Veterans Day

Today we honor our country’s K-9 veterans.  Why do we honor these dogs?  Because, like our military and policemen, they put their lives on the line every day to keep us safe and deserve our respect for their service alongside their handlers. 1,119 more words


Episode 241: Age of the Pro-Tip

On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason take an in-depth look at the latest podcast sensation sweeping the land — “Missing Richard Simmons.” They are quick to offer up their takes on what misadventures might have fallen the beloved pop culture icon and discuss their favorite off-the-wall moments mentioned on the show. 67 more words



Continuing on with the movies I’ve seen for the first time this year…

21. It Follows (2014)

I’m not one for watching a huge amount of horror movies but this year I’m trying all things new and this didn’t disappoint as I thought it was going to. 860 more words

Movies I've Watched 2017

German Shepherd war dog saves Yanks

Thursday, Feb. 22, 1945

Dogs are the unsung heroes of this war. Beauty, a German shepherd war dog deployed in Luzon, saved an American ammunition dump last night. 69 more words

Jewish Life In America During WW II

War Dogs


Author: Guy Lawson

Genre: Biography

First Published: 2015

Page Count: 242

Type: Paperback

Film/ TV Adaptation: Yes*

Rating: 3/5 Stars

A fascinating story about three stoners who win a government contract to supply weapons to the Afghanistan army that you will be stunned to find is 100% true. 521 more words


War Dogs

Thoroughly entertaining, yet lacking.

Based on a true story, War Dogs (set in 2005) is an entertaining tale about two men David Packouz (Miles Teller) and Efraim Diveroli (Jonah Hill) who make a score off of buying and selling arms to the U.S Military. 408 more words

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