Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Terminator and The Validator

I’m sure you heard of The Terminator – that iconic movie with the one and only Arnold Schwarzenegger playing a cyborg vent on destroying Sarah Conner.  Well today, I was christened “The Validator” by a friend who has been “living” … Continue reading

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Bloggers Beware!

You’ve probably heard the old adage:  “Buyer beware.”  Well, I have another one for you:  Blogger beware!  I know, you’re probably thinking what the…? I reviewed my blog today and was elated to discover another post under comments.  This one was … Continue reading

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Memories of Christmas Past

I just finished “watching” the movie Bart Got a Room on one of the premium movie channels. It’s a cute story about a guy trying to get a date for the prom. I had seen it before; so I basically just … Continue reading

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Holiday Reflections

Tinsel on the tree, but how to do it — Haphazardly throw it high or Gingerly lay it atop the branches and … Let it trickle down Like ice cycles to the ground. And what of the lights? Wrap the … Continue reading

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Catch Up on Facebook

I never used My Space, but you should see me “catch up” on Facebook.  I’ve managed to catch up with relatives I haven’t been in contact with in over 40 years!  I know; you’re wondering how all that happened. Well … Continue reading

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Twitter Me This

Well it’s official – The Library of Congress is adding tweets to its library.  I can’t help but wonder if all this is because it’s easy to say “tweet”.  I mean what do you say with Facebook? Right now Facebook … Continue reading

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Exorcists, Anyone?

Remember the movie, The Exorcist?  Linda Blair’s head spinning around and her spewing green gunk – supposedly pea soup so “they” said – all over the priests?  Scary stuff then, but we knew it wasn’t real; or did we? Well … Continue reading

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