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Rollerball (1975)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 6 out of 10

4-Word Review: This game gets nasty.

In the not so distant future where no governments or countries exist and corporations control everything a new type of game becomes the rage. 653 more words


Well, this is embarrassing.

I don’t know what to tell you faithful readers, but I’ve got nothing this week. One of those crazy insane life moments that do not leave much time for anything else. 12 more words

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day_12: pneumonia

On a certain day in the year 1841, the American president William Harrison stood in the cold and gave a very long speech. Afterward, while he was walking there was a rainstorm, and he became drenched by the rain. 37 more words

American History

German man smuggles oil into the US in wine bottles, gets probation

A German citizen who is a chemist and lives in Hawaii was sentenced on Thursday to 3 years of probation for smuggling oil that’s commonly used to make ecstasy. 408 more words


Age Of Not-So-Innocence 

What you may not know about me, and are about to learn, is that I have a love for older entertainment. Movies, shows, even radio programs, I really enjoy them. 452 more words

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Top 5 Fictional Mothers

With mother’s day around the corner, I thought it would be nice to pay homage to a few of the great mothers who raised our favorite fictional people. 443 more words

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Perspective and Narrative, and How Important It Is

I think we can all agree that perspective and narrative is highly important to any form of storytelling. Yes? Great, let’s move on to a book series I’ve been wanting to talk. 908 more words

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