A NOSTALGIC SPOOF: THE LAST OF THE SILVER SCREEN COWBOYS – Garry & Marilyn Armstrong

A Nostalgic Spoof of a Beloved Movie Genre We watched "Rustler's Rhapsody" again last night. I love this movie. It's an affectionate spoof of the B-Westerns of the 1940s starring Tom Berenger, Patrick Wayne, G.W. Baily (currently with "Major Crimes" on which Berenger has a recurring guest role), Andy Griffith and Fernando Rey. The women include Sela Ward, … Continue reading A NOSTALGIC SPOOF: THE LAST OF THE SILVER SCREEN COWBOYS – Garry & Marilyn Armstrong

CURSORY WITH CARTOON – Marilyn Armstrong

#FOWC - A cursory world Rumors to the contrary notwithstanding, cursory isn't a short curse that nails the bastard to the wall. Nor is it writing in cursive, albeit briefly. It's a short summary or pithy commentary. Too short to give details, but long enough for you to put it in a meme on Facebook. … Continue reading CURSORY WITH CARTOON – Marilyn Armstrong

AMERICA’S NUMBER ONE! ROUND 2: REUNIFICATION – BY TOM CURLEY

WE’RE NUMBER ONE, BUT AT WHAT? U.S.A.! U.S.A.! We’re number ONE! We’re the BEST!  You’ve heard it all your life. You hear it at ball games.  You hear it at every political rally, regardless of which party is telling you how great they are. Hell, we got an overdose of it during the 4th of … Continue reading AMERICA’S NUMBER ONE! ROUND 2: REUNIFICATION – BY TOM CURLEY

U.S.A. – Judy Dykstra-Brown

U.S.A. Have we any doctrines? Have we any rules? Are creeds and regulations simply meant for fools? Has our common decency been voted away? What of our constitution? Has it become passe? What would our founding fathers think? What would they say? Will loss of their declarations be the price we pay for taking it … Continue reading U.S.A. – Judy Dykstra-Brown