I lived across the street from him when he moved in. We used to wave at each other every morning. I'd be working on my latest manuscript, look out the window and see him at his table. He will be missed.
Nothing like a little fear to get people to hoard.
Seeing the trailer for "Last Ounce of Courage" really had me puzzled. The thing looked like a made-for-TV movies ... and a really piss poor one at that. In a country where indie movies are dismissed as "not worthy" of a viewer's attention by far too many people, I can't even believe this is being shown anywhere. I'm also starting to question the ownership of Coming Attractions. "2016" and this? Me smells tea bagging.
This was a great article. One of these places inspired the pick-up spot in my novel. I won't say which one.
El Taco Loco is good and decently priced, too. It's not a good enough reason to go to Fortuna, but when I'm there ...
The last time I ate at Taco Bell (and it may be the last time I eat there), I got pretty sick. When I'm not getting ill from the food, I'm in awe of how badly the staff can muck up an order. Kebab Cafe, however, is wonderful.
I haven't seen the movie yet, because I haven't watched the second. (I know! There are reasons.) Part of what kept me from rushing out to see it was Bane. I was never fond of him in the comics, though it sounds like outcome is about the same. In the comics he was a bit one-dimensional. In this movie, however, it sounds like Nolan gave him ... soul. Great review. This, of all that I've heard, makes me want to see it more. I've got to watch the second one first, though.
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Oct 27, 2016
vol XXVII issue 43
An American Genocide
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