I sure wish I was good at the new coding. There is a need for an app right now that would earn someone a bazillion bucks if they got it right and got it out fast. As the country begins to open up, people are by nature, going to want to go to a movie,… Continue reading Want to Earn a Bazillion Bucks?
Before I begin, here are some factors in my lens of the world: gay, husband, father of several adopted children, progressive liberal, fiscal moderate, believe refugees and immigrants are good for the U.S., educator, believe in family, think children need to be told no and awards/trophies should be earned, women have the right to control… Continue reading We’ve Lost Our Commonality and Natural Connections
For the third year in a row I attended the Regal Theaters Best Picture Film Festival. I highly recommend it if you’ve not ever attended. For $35 you can see each nominated film as many times as you’d like. Plus, you could get a small popcorn/small drink combo for $5 at each movie if you… Continue reading And the Oscar Goes To…
I just got home from seeing Boy Erased. If you’ve not seen it yet, I highly recommend it. No matter your beliefs or your “persuasion,” this movie will make you uncomfortable, but in an enlightening way. As I watched it, for me, I began to see it as a coming out story. Yes, it was… Continue reading “Boy Erased” and Coming Out Stories
Richard and I went to see Love, Simon last night. We both enjoyed it. I’ve decided I loved it and highly recommend it to everyone. I’d almost go to say it should be shown to all high school students as it captures the high school life and angst pretty well. The movie has love, drama,… Continue reading “Love, Simon” is to be Loved
For the second year in a row, I’ve been able to see all of the Best Picture nominees. Thanks to Regal Cinema’s for their Film Festival Passes, which for $35, one can see all Best Picture nominees multiple times throughout the run of the Festival. Plus, you can get a discount on a drink/popcorn combo.… Continue reading It’s Oscar Time