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Ternaugh

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  1. "Airline Amy" by Weird Al Yankovic.
  2. In other news...

    The chances of anything coming from MarsAre a million to one, he said The chances of anything coming from MarsAre a million to one, but still, they come
  3. I'm tired of superhero movies, but...

    A Joker Movie, you say. How about 3 of 'em? https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2017/09/why-so-many-joker-movies/538899/ Personally, none of them sound interesting. I'll second Bazza's comment, though. The MCU has been very good at producing stuff that I like.
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    And jets like a 747 can cruise at up to around 39,000 feet.
  5. Funny pics

    "The Atheist Agenda" sounds like it should be a day planner marketed by Franklin Covey, with little Secular Humanist quotes instead of bible verses for inspiration.
  6. Wonder Woman

    Well, not yet, I'm sure someone's trying to reboot it.
  7. Monday Morning Music Trios

    Mind blown! Where have you been hiding them all these years?
  8. Can we forgive old movies?

    I'd blame Catholic guilt for some of it. It's one of the hardest things to shake when becoming a former Catholic, that feeling that everything's really your fault, somehow. Former Catholics seem to only rarely convert to another religions. More often, they become agnostic or atheist. It's like Catholic catechism either makes you one of the faithful, or burns the desire for organized religion out of your system. There's sort of a middle ground, that of being a lapsed Catholic, but that's sort of like Limbo*. Some lapsed Catholics will attend mass on High Holy Days and other occasional events, often out of a sense of duty to others (usually related to the guilt of upsetting someone), and others will cruise along, until asking for a priest on their death bed ("Bless me Father, for I have sinned. It's been 34 years since my last Confession....). I said that I was a lapsed Catholic for a long time, until I finally realized that I had essentially become an agnostic (or a Deist on sunnier days). *Except that Limbo's been removed from Church** teachings after 800 years, but you get the idea. **See, there's that Catholic dogma again. There's only one true Church, and we're still a little upset over that upstart, Martin Luther.
  9. Monday Morning Music Trios

    I am totally unaware of this "Cold Chisel" band, are they from Canada like Justin Bieber?
  10. Roger Ebert was very active in the (SF) fanzine community before he became a critic. I believe that it was one of the reasons that he'd tend to score movies on how well they represented their genre, and why his reviews were so approachable. While he could be cutting in his reviews, I never really detected malice. He simply seemed to love movies of all kinds, and wanted to share that experience with others. Read his review of the original Star Wars, and you'll see someone who wants his readers to experience the joy that he felt. That's not to say that he'd hold back when the movie stunk, those reviews were epic.
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    "The turtle moves!"
  12. Enough zombies?

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