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Micheal Creamer, a former teacher of mine, just un-friended me on facebook because he thinks I'm insulting to his atheism. My crime? Posting this critique I wrote about his hero Carl Sagan on his wall. Was I mean?



Here are some of the reasons why I do not like some movies. Most dealing with the trends of bad movies.
1. No one smiles. This goes for almost all of Shyamalan's movies. Not one character smiles which leads me to believe those characters have no real depth. This especially goes for the movie Signs, which has some of the most depressing characters I have ever seen. Sometimes it works like in the Matrix, yet they do crack a few smiles which shows that the characters have a heart. Here is a bit of advice for people, a smile goes along way, and just one can when friends over, including fans.
2. The depressing no win scenario. Okay it works in many movies including Aliens, Saw, and a lot of Stephen King films. The main reason those movies were great is because they at least tried to overcome the odds in spectacular ways. However, in movies such as A Civil Action, Harsh Times, and some slasher flicks, it kind of makes me say, "Why did I watch this film? I lost 2 hours of my life." It's a depressing spiral down the toilet.
3. Just plain boring. Why? Severe misuse of drama. I have seen movies such as Conspiracy, 12 Angry Men, and Casablanca, and I think these movies are great because of the drama is intense, and the story is going somewhere. However, movies such as A Civil Action, Invictus, Safe House, A Thin Red Line, and Here After, show that the plot usually is too slow to really get anywhere. You have to sit through the first hour really considering whether or not you want to continue watching or just give up and take the movie back.
4. Political crap. The guilty movie of this trend is X-Files I want to believe. In what? This movie is more like an episode, than a film. One of the key points the movie is trying to cram down our throats, is stem cell research. Scully who is an actual "doctor" now, is trying to save a kid from a debilitating disease which can only be cured by stem cells. What the crap does this have to do with the main plot? It has nothing to do with the main plot, it's just a director's agenda. Fast Food Nation is another agenda movie where documentary of only celebrities pretend to be real people who preach against the slaughtering of cows, and the negative effects of fast food. This would be more convincing if one were to say talk to real people.
That's all for now. This is just an opinion.


Good morning! Hope you had a lovely weekend and avoided backing a donkey on the national! Must be some sore heads after those odds!


Got second and third place at national but @paddypower somehow stitched me with crap odds....#onlinegaming #gutted

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This clarifies how all country loving Americans feel!!!!
This is really worth reading!!
Please take a moment to digest this provocative article by a Jewish Rabbi
from Teaneck, N.J. It is far and away the most succinct and thoughtful
explanation of how our nation is changing. The article appeared in The
Israel National News, and is directed to Jewish readership. 70% of American
Jews vote as Democrats. The Rabbi has some interesting comments in that

Rabbi Steven Pruzansky is the spiritual leader of Congregation Bnai Yeshurun in Teaneck, New Jersey

"The most charitable way of explaining the election results of 2012 is that
Americans voted for the status quo - for the incumbent President and for a
divided Congress. They must enjoy gridlock, partisanship, incompetence,
economic stagnation and avoidance of responsibility.
And fewer people voted.

But as we awake from the nightmare, it is important to eschew the facile
explanations for the Romney defeat that will prevail among the chattering
classes. Romney did not lose because of the effects of Hurricane Sandy that
devastated this area, nor did he lose because he ran a poor campaign, nor
did he lose because the Republicans could have chosen better candidates, nor
did he lose because Obama benefited from a slight uptick in the economy due
to the business cycle.

Romney lost because he didn't get enough votes to win.

That might seem obvious, but not for the obvious reasons. Romney lost
because the conservative virtues - the traditional American virtues - of
liberty, hard work, free enterprise, private initiative and aspirations to
moral greatness - no longer inspire or animate a majority of the electorate.

The simplest reason why Romney lost was because it is impossible to compete
against free stuff.

Every businessman knows this; that is why the "loss leader" or the giveaway
is such a powerful marketing tool. Obama's America is one in which free
stuff is given away: the adults among the 47,000,000 on food stamps clearly
recognized for whom they should vote, and so they did, by the tens of
millions; those who - courtesy of Obama - receive two full years of
unemployment benefits (which, of course, both disincentivizes looking for
work and also motivates people to work off the books while collecting their
windfall) surely know for whom to vote. The lure of free stuff is

The defining moment of the whole campaign was the revelation of the
secretly-recorded video in which Romney acknowledged the difficulty of
winning an election in which "47% of the people" start off against him
because they pay no taxes and just receive money - "free stuff" - from the

Almost half of the population has no skin in the game - they don't care
about high taxes, promoting business, or creating jobs, nor do they care
that the money for their free stuff is being borrowed from their children
and from the Chinese.

They just want the free stuff that comes their way at someone else's
expense. In the end, that 47% leaves very little margin for error for any Republican,
and does not bode well for the future.

It is impossible to imagine a conservative candidate winning against such
overwhelming odds. People do vote their pocketbooks. In essence, the people
vote for a Congress who will not raise their taxes, and for a President who
will give them free stuff, never mind who has to pay for it.

That engenders the second reason why Romney lost: the inescapable conclusion
that the electorate is ignorant and uninformed. Indeed, it does not pay to
be an informed voter, because most other voters - the clear majority - are
unintelligent and easily swayed by emotion and raw populism.
That is the indelicate way of saying that too many people vote with their
hearts and not their heads. That is why Obama did not have to produce a

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