Just bought a Roku at the beginning of summer. You need to understand that such a plunge into entertainment technology is a significant step for this retiree. I grew up with four or five channels on a TV of which you had to walk across the room and manually turn a knob to “surf”.
Bob is well please with the sports coverage, as well as the savings from “cutting the cable”. Being a big movie buff, he’s also enjoying the multiple choices and genres in those offerings as well. Which means, as he is well aware, that for us to watch a movie together, it has be what he now calls “a Dawn movie”. Basically, that means it must have a puppies and butterflies ending.
Don’t give me angst and call it entertainment—I have enough of that in real life. Continue reading ““That’s entertainment!” (not…)”
Have you noticed that it seems like quite a few flicks coming out of southern Cal studios are based on true events? Maybe the “Industry” kingpins (holding the purse strings) have realized that it’s profitable for art to imitate life rather than the other way around.
Clearly, there’s enough drama, intrigue, and corresponding courage in life and history to keep the screen writers busy. Here’s one I haven’t seen written yet. Continue reading “Where’s a screen writer when you need one?”
I interrupt this normally scheduled “Not-My-Poetry” day for a poem of my ow-em. All you true poets (consult list below), go easy on me.
What is real life without struggle,
And is courage true without fear?
There is no movement without friction.
It is loss that reveals what is dear.
And PS—Doubt makes really good fuel for faith, but I ran out of rhymes….
For some honest poets, check out these sites:
And for today’s REAL poem, it’s Mitch Teemley! (It’ll be posted later this evening!)
THANKS to the ones who
our lives with their words!