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Martha Stewart Apprentice started off this week with the five remaining players going over strategies for the next task and Jim being…you guessed it…Jim. He seems to think that jumping up and down on the kirchen counter would make others wonder about him and work into his stratagies. The next morning, the teams met with… read more

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December 13th brings us the Frank Miller’s Sin City (Recut, Extended, Unrated), meaning more ultimate black & white craziness. This movie rocked, and I have been dying for this extended version. December 20th is the release of Serenity, the big screen follow-up to the short-lived Fox Television series, Firefly. (What is it with Fox and… read more


TV

December 7 2005

Amazing Race 8, Episode 11

When last we left the Amazing Race:Family Edition, the Weavers and the Bransenshad found Phil and been told that this leg of the race was not yet over. They opened their clues and got right back on the road and found they needed to drive 49 miles toward Dubois, WY and find Turtle Ranch. While… read more

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I knew last week that the show Reunion had been canceled, but I was hoping they may find a way to wrap it up. For those of you unfamiliar with the show, it followed a group of six friends over 20 years. In 2005, one of them is killed the night of their 20 year… read more


The Apprentice 4 opened this week with Randal, Rebecca, Alla and Felisha celebrating with a dinner at Grand Central Station since they were now the final four. A major accomplishment on any reality show. They all knew that the next morning they would be back atwar for the ultimate prize. They met with Trump at… read more

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Survivor Gautemala jumped directly to the morning after tribal council where everyone was trying to get over the ugliness of the previous night. As everyone sat around eating their breakfasts, Danni discussed how she was sure her’s was the next head on the totem pole unless the alliance of Cindy, Stephanie, Judd and Rafe would… read more

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The Advocate – Hartford police fines high school students for cursing Oh this is just lovely. Hartford Public and Bulkeley Conneticut high schoolers are being fined $103 for curing at teachers or administrators. Fine, kinds shouldn’t be cursing at teachers, I’ll agree with that, but what does this really accomplish? Nothing. Not a blasted thing.… read more


This weeks Martha Stewart Apprentice opened on Jim being…well…Jim. He was explaining to Dawna how he wanted to keep Marcela in the game as he wanted to have weak players at the end. Dawna, on the other hand, wanted to keep the strong players so that she could prove herself. Jim got his wish though… read more

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TV

November 30 2005

Amazing Race 8, Episode 10

Ok, Amazing Race:Family Edition is finally annoying me. Just had to get that out of the way. The Linz family left the pit stop at 12:34 am and drove to Park City High School for their first clue. They were instructed teams would be departing in 10 minute intervals starting at 6:00 AM to go… read more

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Movies

November 29 2005

pre·tentious·ness

pre·tentious·ness (from dictionary.com) 1. Claiming or demanding a position of distinction or merit, especially when unjustified. 2. Making or marked by an extravagant outward show; ostentatious. See Synonyms at showy. So I have been to the movies twice in the past week, once for Harry Potter and he Goblet of Fire and the second time… read more


Seems the net was getting a work out today due to the new trend of “Cyber Monday“. Brick & mortar retailers have the well-known Black Friday, but since EVERYTHING in the USA needs a name, the Monday after Thanksgiving is now known as Cyber Monday. Fed up with the malls already, folks are turning to… read more