The point was made by the host of Laser Rangers on Saturday, saying:
“Well, someone who I won’t name forgot to bring the scheduled movies for the month. So we wound up with a couple of random picks:
- ‘The House with the Clock in its Walls’, a children’s fantasy set in the 1950s, starring Jack Black and Cate Blanchett
- ‘The Secret War of Harry Frigg’ (1968), a Paul Newman WW II comedy about a recalcitrant, recidivist draftee Private with a remarkable penchant for escaping the stockade, who is assigned the task of enabling the escape of 5 generals being held prisoner by the Italians.
I enjoyed both of them quite a bit. Too bad we didn’t have ‘Harry Frigg’ to show last year instead of the distinctly inferior ‘What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?’”
“‘The LORD will fight for you, (Exodus 14:14)
and you have only to be silent.’”
Reiji Oko | ZD @ Jobs wanted #pixiv
“First we’re going to Twin Peaks,” I stated our itinerary matter-of-factly, “and then we’re going to Spanky’s (Card Shop),” which Josh found unintentionally hilarious; I seem to be when I am not really trying. After Laser Rangers, I met Scott and Josh to play Magic: The Gathering, Josh and I found some more cards and later optimized my two decks while we watched ‘Rick and Morty’ Sunday.
“Google honors colorful Mexican holiday: How Mexico Celebrates Its Annual ‘Day of the Dead’,” while Bennigan has seen Coco, I have not; we are going to Thanksgiving with Laser Rangers, yet I have no idea what circumstances conspired against me last year.
“‘Doctor Who’ Christmas Special Scrapped After Writers Run Out Of Ideas,” so permit me to a Word of the Day from Dictionary.com – univocal – having only one meaning: Their last Christmas special was mostly horrid; the companion last series was only pushing a social agenda and had no depth, character, or personality; the series premiere was lackluster so I’m pleased to have missed the second episode because I have given up on ‘Doctor Who’ entirely.
“And let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts,
to which indeed you were called in one body.
And be thankful. (Colossians 3:15)”
Dia de Los Muertos by midnight premiere
Going to bed at exactly three in the morning, I woke up long enough to watch “On the Road to Friendship,” and “The Washouts” and returned to sleep before I left for Laser Rangers where we watched Dead Poets Society and Educating Rita
A criticism was Williams played the role too comically, so ‘Educating Rita’ portrayed the student-teacher relationship better. We also discussed that most poetry these days is set to music, ‘Someone Realized An HP Lovecraft Poem Maps Perfectly to Billy Joel’s “Piano Man” – You can guess what happened next.’
“Unless the LORD builds the house,
those who build it labor in vain.
Unless the LORD watches over the city,
the watchman stays awake in vain. (Psalms 127:1)”
the-ttrop: “going back to Photoshop trying out Kuroko for a test run tell me how it looks”
An observation may reveal a personal truth, “Christopher’s priority seemed to center on doing Ottawa University-like things rather than writing their papers,” which was where I first saw ‘Educating Rita.’
On Facebook, Coming to America (1988) was revealed to be have been released to cinemas thirty years ago, and I was able to use the following trivia in conservation Saturday night at Laser Rangers.
“The homeless men that receive the money from Prince Akeem (Eddie Murphy) are the Duke brothers (Ralph Bellamy and Don Ameche) from ‘Trading Places’ (1983) (also directed by John Landis). In that movie, Billy Ray Valentine (Murphy) was responsible for The Dukes losing their fortune.”
“The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me,
because the LORD has anointed me to bring good news to the poor;
he has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted,
to proclaim liberty to the captives, (Isaiah 61:1)
and the opening of the prison to those who are bound;”
Ambition | Topaz/KENrokuEn
“Oh, no, Lois. That’s the beauty of part 5.
It’s so intense it jumps right over 3 and 4.”
Bennigan will be joining me for Laser Rangers rescheduled to today (Zootopia, Rise of the Planet of the Apes). Earlier the host had asked if I knew someone with a membership to Sam’s Club and would be willing to procure some items, a mission which I failed on Tuesday, yet honorary Professor Denton has clued me that these things can be found at the Walmart Neighborhood Market.
“I can’t see what I have bought in the past at the Sam’s Club website,
but here is what we need:
1 – 50 lb. bag popcorn
2 – 1-gallon popcorn oil
1 – Bottle/jar of orange popcorn salt.
I’m not sure what size that is but I’m guessing 1-2 lbs.”
“For freedom, Christ has set us free; stand firm therefore,
and do not submit again to a yoke of slavery. (Galatians 5:1)”
Sunset Shimmer – Things to end by silver wing art
Continuing to fill in a missing post from June, I am making a note about Laser Rangers in July to locate and bring 3:10 to Yuma and True Grit, which was in cinemas with TRON: Legacy also featuring Jeff Bridges, consequently no one is doing any new TRON dance.
“Rick and Morty back in production, (Ephesians 3:12)
in whom we have boldness and access with confidence through our faith in him.”
40minrara by Madacon
Well, just to my departure more difficult, people are filling our cul-de-sac with their cars as they visit the neighbor at the top of the street to watch some sporting contest. I’m not sure about Laser Rangers since I continue to have a lot of pain.
“The Spirit of God has made me,
and the breath of the Almighty gives me life.”
Tempest by Auroriia
Attempting to avoid any advertisements, I may be forgiven forgetting Mother’s Day was this weekend and NASCAR returns to the Kansas Speedway (activity on Facebook from friends has reminded me) and that traffic would have also complicated travel to Laser Rangers.