Category Archives: journalism

Cross Country Pt. 3

If I’m being honest, it was in Oklahoma City, when I had my first “what am I doing?” moment. My Dad and I were halfway into the country and the terrain, air, and people were all different.  In the papers … Continue reading

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Emmy Ride

Some bloggers trashed the Emmys for being too boring and contrived (Ok, ok, so who didn’t know that Modern Family would win big and that John Hamm would be snubbed again?!) but I enjoyed them irregardless.  Sure TV might be … Continue reading

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The Invisible Chair

I loved Clint Eastwood in all of the Sergio Leone’s spaghetti westerns, Dirty Harry, and his directorial efforts with Million Dollar Baby and Mystic River. However, his speech last night at the Republican National Convention was a pathetic attempt at proving … Continue reading

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Dial M for Murdoch

Forget Cowboys & Aliens and blast away Captain America.  Green Lantern, your green is fading.  I’ve given up looking for Casey Anthony, and Lindsay Lohan’s house arrest is so boring, I’d rather listen to Speaker of the House John Boehner … Continue reading

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