Once Netflix got into streaming, my relationship with the company became entirely co-dependent.
Friday Food for Thought: 24 March 2023
It is no good jumping in the dark, or meeting troubles halfway.from A Gentleman of France by Stanley J. Weyman, p. 155 Peter Fonda, Robert Wise, Lindsey Wagner on the set of Two People Often I find myself thinking the most about movies that I expect the least from. Two People (1973) is fairly unexciting…
Friday Food for Thought: 10 March 2023
Continuing to watch Babylon 5's first season and it's definitely growing on me.
Friday Food for Thought: September 2, 2022
If you're nostalgic for the hope Gorby offered and mourning his passing this week, Meeting Gorbachev is a moving and thoughtful documentary.
Friday Food for Thought: August 19, 2022
As a lover of film scores, I've long appreciated Jerry Goldsmith's work.
Friday Food for Thought: July 22, 2022
Beyond the Missouri Sky has been comforting me for twenty-five years.
Friday Food for Thought: June 3, 2022
What really strikes me at the moment is how much we owe Vincent's brother Theo Van Gogh.
Friday Food for Thought: March 4, 2022
One of the best ways to understand a place and its people is to listen to their stories.
Friday Food for Thought: February 11, 2022
Hello Friends, welcome to Friday Food for Thought. Every Friday I'll help start your weekend by sharing four people, thoughts, or things that are on my mind this week. These may be books or movies, podcast suggestions, interesting people I follow on Twitter, music, products, or, well, anything. You may find interesting creativity boosts here,…
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Friday Food for Thought February 4, 2022
Northerners rightfully make fun of Florida winters, but here in Central Florida we do experience occasional nights of freezing temperatures with cold northerly winds.