Monthly Archives: March 2009

Zany Ideas

I just read my sister’s blog today, in which she talks about some of the zany ideas she’s had recently. As I went to respond to her entry, my initial thought was that I didn’t have any really zany ideas. … Continue reading

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Time for a Few Movie Recommendations

I (obviously) watch a lot of movies. And a lot of the time, I end up recommending movies that I know a lot of my readers won’t watch due to their rating. (For you non-Mormons out there, there’s a strong … Continue reading

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Adapting Yourself

So I’m about a third of the way through the Ichabod screenplay project now, and it’s teaching me quite a few things–the only trick is that I’m not entirely sure yet what those things are. Some things are obvious: my … Continue reading

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Mythbusters in Action

You know, I’ve been wondering for a while now when one of my favorite shows would return: Mythbusters. It seems like ages since I’ve seen those crazy guys bustin’ teh myths. Then this morning I read this, and suddenly, I’m … Continue reading

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218

Okay, I’ll admit: I’m frustrated. I just can’t seem to go below 218 pounds. It’s kind of depressing when you’re following a strict calorie diet, and you’re being good and doing everything you’re supposed to be doing with it, but … Continue reading

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You Know What’s Sad?

Emily Bronte was a month younger than I am right now when she died. Have I written my Wuthering Heights already? I think not. Clearly, I’ve been slacking. I’ve also outlived Patsy Cline by a week. She had managed to … Continue reading

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Poll the Readers (and some Movie Reviews)

Alright, trusty blog readers. The time has come. I need some help from you. What I’m asking for is simple: I’d like to know what your favorite mystery films are. When I say mystery, what films come immediately to mind? … Continue reading

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