Break The Franchise

Posted in Humor, Movies on November 30th, 2014

That's not an ass. It's a space station
Kim Kardashian – Break The Franchise

It may be redundant, as Lucas managed to fairly authoritatively break Star Wars with his prequels, episodes I – III, let’s give Kim Kardashian and her ass a shot at it.

That’s no moon. It’s a space station.

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Just because the celebutante couldn’t seem to manage to break the internet doesn’t mean she can’t break an already fractured franchise. 😉

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Still Looking Good

Posted in Society on November 7th, 2014

After all these many, many years David and Nichelle are still looking good
David And Nichelle Are Still Looking Good

Time passes and with it pass those who were dear to each of us, so it’s good to see that some old associates are still looking good. Better in its own odd way, though David, Nichelle, and I haven’t had any interactions for close to 30 year, my wives now work closely with them on a regular basis and they’re all friends.

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The Walking Dead

Posted in Humor, Society on November 7th, 2014

Star Trek (TOS)' Redshirts - the original walking dead
The Original Walking Dead

AMC’s television franchise, The Walking Dead may have begun in 2010 but the walking dead truly started in 1966 when Star Trek (The Original Series) first aired.

That’s right! I’m talking about the Redshirts, the original walking dead. 😆

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