My personal top 20, by Rich Paschall Since you are likely hiding out at home and looking for something to do, I offer again my top films for you to watch. Yes, I said at the beginning "films all guys should see", but a lot of gals will enjoy these as well. They are examples … Continue reading FILMS ALL GUYS SHOULD SEE – RICH PASCHALL
We've been catching up with the movies we never got to see in 2019. Many -- maybe most -- of them have been available on Netflix, Hulu, or Prime for a while, but we never got around to viewing them. A few more we got as gifts. So this is what we've seen of this … Continue reading 2019 MOVIES IN REVIEW – Marilyn Armstrong
I liked him so much I named a dog after him. Now that is appreciation. Our Arizona vacation is a trip back in time to some of my favorite western movies and TV shows. The cactus covered fields and surrounding mountains evoke memories, especially of John Wayne-John Ford classics. The locales around Phoenix are similar … Continue reading ME AND DUKE WAYNE – BY GARRY ARMSTRONG
Last night, I was gritting my teeth over the Senate Impeachment travesty and another household repair issue. The tank on the toilet in our primary bathroom cracked just hours after Marilyn had workers back to redo problems on our new shower. All this while we're figuring out how to pay for a newer version of … Continue reading SIGNS OF OUR TIMES AND FAREWELL MY LOVELY – GARRY ARMSTRONG
The Christmas truce (German: Waffenstillstand; French: Trêve de Noël) was a series of widespread but unofficial ceasefires along the Western Front during the Christmas season of 1914. During the days leading to Christmas day, German and British soldiers left their trenches to exchange greetings. To talk man-to-man, exchange personal information, share food and drink. World … Continue reading THE WORLD WAR ONE CHRISTMAS TRUCE – 1914 – Marilyn Armstrong
Christmas 2019 Here’s the annual re-post of a story of the close connections between George R. Stewart and Jimmy Stewart, and between the mythical town of Bedford Falls and the real town of Indiana, Pennsylvania, the boyhood home of both Stewarts. It’s A Wonderful Story This is the time of year when most of us watch … Continue reading The More-or-Less Annual George R. Stewart, Jimmy Stewart Christmas Post – Reblog – Earth Abides Project
Fandango's - Follow the Yellow Brick Road Definitely follow the road, but be sure whoever is leading your march isn't some crazy orange guy with a very bad attitude. Remember, those bricks weren't always yellow!