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Links 1 through 10 of 39 by Richard Lindahl tagged torsrants+movies

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If you're easily offended, don't go. If you're going thru, or have recently gone through, a major family grief event, it might touch on a few raw nerves. Otherwise, gang ho!

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What I really want to know is, who are the folks who have been posting the hundred or so posts each day for the last three months, before all this happened? Must be some splogs.

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Daniel Dunkle has written up a nice piece about one of my workplaces in the Republican Journal. Alas, Edward Young, the projectionist featured in the article, had his last shift on Thursday of last week. As Mike Hurley noted at his send-off, we all hope h

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While it will never go down in the annals of cinematic classics, it is a very enjoyable diversion. I think a lot of the critics at Rotten Tomatoes decided not to like the movie before they even saw it.

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The second of five puzzles I have framed for The DaVinci Code is now available on the Colonial Theatre website.

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The whole shift to online programming by the networks is happening much more quickly than I ever imagined. Now CBS has launched "innertube", which will have both previously aired and original programming:

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One excellent meditation that I used to alternate with mindfulness of breathing meditation is called mettabhavana, or loving-kindness, meditation. I can attest to its efficacy in helping calm negative emotions, and in dealing with difficult people (even i

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