Archive | May 2014
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Tweet of the Day: Perseus and the Garden Shed ——- Season 1 & 2 – Season 3 Premiere – Dispatch 24 – Dispatch 26 ——- Paris, République française, 6 October, 07:42 hrs + 2 GMT Max wondered down the ruin chocked streets. Behind the movie back lot facades of the buildings, heaps of […]
Tweet of the Day: Photography: view from the bridge ——— I’ve talked about the perils of maintaining a long running series on this blog. One of the reasons why longrunners become stale is the fear of changing their basic formula. To do so risks losing vital parts of the audience. Therefor the writers must do […]
Tweet of the Day: Cognitive Dissonance ——- Almost every action or crime movie has a scene in a club: the music is pumping, the beautiful people are dancing, the drinks flow, and the lights are blinding. The hero is there, either in their coolest duds or in clashing street clothes. How he got […]
Tweet of the Day: On ‘The John Green Effect,’ Contemporary Realism, and Form as a Political Act ——- This trope is a catch all for Parental/Children issues, specifically dealing with the need of children to be, at the very least, acknowledged by their parents or parental figure. Hence the, “Guy” in the trope. […]
Tweet of the Day: Short Story Released – “Iron Roses” ——- Few things lift my spirit like looking back at the week and see it populated with posts. It may not seem like much, but you it feels like a little victory none the less. Oh and the sun came out and brought with […]