Month: August 2017

heavy heart

heavy heart

I can’t write about anything else except Houston, Texas, and how the city has endured the near-biblical proportions of flood water by Hurricane Harvey. I’ve got friends and family down there and was watching things happen in almost real-time via Facebook and live stream of the local news. Each pic posted of rising water, an…

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the best and second best movie review

the best and second best movie review

I watched “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” and the sequel “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” and like most movies with sequels, the first one was better than the sequel. I remember when I saw the trailer for this movie a few years ago and wanting to see it. How refreshing it was to see…

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cat men

cat men

There are two people I follow on Instagram that are both British middle-aged men in the creative arts. One is an actor, one is a cinematographer/filmmaker. I really like their work and therefore it seemed logical to follow them on IG. Of course, this makes it possible to learn things about them that are not…

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triple movie review

triple movie review

In one day I watched three movies on Netflix. Yes, there will be spoilers. Star Wars: Rogue One The Queen of Katwe Philomena Overall, I liked them even though there were things I didn’t like in each film. What I noticed was that each film has a female lead and the co-star was a non-romantic-interest…

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a bunch of instrumentals

a bunch of instrumentals

A while back I recorded a few guitar instrumentals and forgot about them. Well, here are a few of them again. The images are just filler to not have you look at a black screen.    

love and peace or else

love and peace or else

I remember a line that Bono sings/says during a song or maybe it was in a book; it may not be his words but he says them and I remember them. Something along the lines of “don’t become a monster in order to defeat the monster.” We really need to not become monsters to defeat…

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plays

plays

I’ve read a couple plays for a class I’m taking and they are very modern plays, meaning they’re not Shakespeare with lots of fluffy words and a cast of a million characters. These plays only have four main characters and aren’t very long. No multiple acts, just a large handful of scenes and lots of…

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