Entertainment

Berkeley Children Face Death at Easter

April 12, 2019

No, I’m not talking about the Death, Burial, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ which we celebrate at Easter. Neither am I talking about those in the Philippines that reenact the crucifixion each Good Friday as a way of identifying with the suffering of Christ. Berkeley children apparently face the threat of bodily injury and death […]

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Man with Sword Shoots Police

March 29, 2019

Yes, that was my first thought too when I saw this headline to the website for local TV station KCRA. Ok, based on the headline, this is how I picture this going down: The man with the sword was clearly a real life Jedi. The police confront him and he refused to drop the sword. […]

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News Reactions: By Troll

March 23, 2019

Bloggers note: Troll loves to crawl out from under his bridge and no one is immune from his satirical attacks! He will react to the news and give his award-winning commentary. First up: The College Bribery scandal Troll says: The real winner here is University of Southern California (USC) this is the first time they […]

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Disney’s Re-Hired Gunn

March 15, 2019

Back in July, we documented the fact that Disney—in a fake display of political correctness—fired Guardians of the Galaxy producer James Gunn. As a bonus, Liberals blamed conservatives for Gunn’s termination. Gunn was fired for stuff he posted on Twitter many years before Disney hired him as a producer of Guardians the first time. Back […]

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Conversations with the Naïve III

March 8, 2019

Wow, do we have a great one this week, coming live from Safeway in Elk Grove on a Thursday at noon. While traversing the aisles of said grocery store, I was grabbed by an older lady, around 70. On occasion the thought of being grabbed by an older woman may have its appeal but this […]

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Review: Bob Dylan a Spiritual Life

February 28, 2019

Recently, I have found myself reading more books and watching less television. Cord cutting has the advantage of not distracting me as much with nonsense. For those in the “snowflake” generation, a B.O.O.K. is also known as “Bio Optical Organic Knowledge”. Background In the last few weeks I read two books about the same era […]

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Review: They Shall Not Grow Old

January 23, 2019

Appreciating a miracle—large or small—is something that we frequently don’t do. Truthfully, we take many for granted or try to explain them away. Likewise, a professional makes their craft look easy and effortless. Sometimes the line between miracle and marvelous is blurry. In our world of Photoshop, CGI, and visual manipulation, we have become skeptical […]

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Movie Recommendation: Ragamuffin

November 16, 2018

I found an obscure gem on Amazon that you can stream this weekend while you are hiding out from the smoke. (FYI I will be outside mowing the lawn and walking the dog because I already saw this movie and refuse to wear a face mask.) If you search for the title on Amazon, you […]

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Review: Ancestry DNA

August 23, 2018

I was inspired by the Sith Lord several years ago to consider doing Ancestry DNA and 23 and Me. (FYI it’s called 23 because you have 46 chromosomes with 23 from each parent.) The Sith Lord said that each website does it differently and provides different information. I’m still working on getting both done. At […]

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Rush Limbaugh: On the Radio

July 27, 2018

Since its Friday, I wanted to take a timeout from the news of the day. I did read a headline about Rush Limbaugh offering to run Facebook after they lost 119 billion in stock value yesterday. Facebook has no value in any real metric. They do nothing and produce nothing. They have no tangible assets, […]

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