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Sarah March 8, 2013 at 01:10 am
I read the book, and it was EXTREMELY predictable. It was easy to read, but stupid. I hope the movieRead More isn't really as bad as you say :(
A Reel Of One's Own March 14, 2013 at 03:34 am
Well, it pretty much is, but I guess if the right filmmakers are there it doesn't have to be. ForRead More example, I liked the movie "The Notebook," but when I read the book, I really wanted to punch Noah and Allie in the face.
genny March 3, 2013 at 01:15 am
Panda Gourmet is an excellant Buffett and reasonablly priced. Fresh and clean too. I have always hadRead More a good experience there.
Dirk March 4, 2013 at 02:52 pm
I've always had a positive experience at Bootz!
maria landa March 5, 2013 at 08:07 pm
We really like their Food!! For my family and I El Fogon is #1, it is a small restaurant but theRead More service and the food are perfect for us. We usually order a huge dish for all of us the PARRILLADA, this has a little bit of everything (steak, mini chimicahngas, shrimp, jalapenos, chicken, chorizo.....) and also it looks Amaizing!! The times we have been there you can never guess if the place is going to be full or empty, but my husband always says that waiting doesn't hurt. I personally recomend that if its your firts time let the waiter know and they will explain the menu!!!!
Mike February 21, 2013 at 09:29 pm
Really Steve, the "low informed"? How about before you click on an article where youRead More clearly don't care about the subject matter, only so you can put in some snide remark where you denigrate those that enjoy some rather harmless piece of fluffy entertainment, you make sure you don't make yourself sound stupid by getting a common phrase completely wrong? And FYI, I have a Masters degree in Tax, I work hard, I watch the news and formulate my opinions based on facts, I read, I converse constructively on many different topics, and yet, I enjoy watching the Oscars, because I love movies and this is about movies. Do I fit your definition of "low informed", Mr. "I have Wisconsin with an American flag so I'm somehow smarter and more patriotic than everyone else"?
CowDung February 21, 2013 at 09:37 pm
Being 'low informed' is different than being 'low educated'.
gardengirl February 21, 2013 at 10:18 pm
Thank you Mike! I totally agree. I am in management at a major area bank and I too am lookingRead More forward to the oscars. I think it's great that there is a Wauwatosa tie and am hoping 'Beasts' wins an award. The tiny budget film is competing against others with huge budgets and major actors. You don't have to be in the movie business to enjoy watching these awards. I don't consider myself low informed OR low educated.
patchreader 123 February 19, 2013 at 09:52 pm
Killer Joe. Great cast: Matthew McConaughey; Emile Hirsch; Thomas Haden Church; and Gina Gershon.Read More Enjoyed this movie after watching it on a whim. I'm glad McConaughey takes on risky roles. Drumstick, anyone? I'd add "Flight" to my 2012 favs as well. Denzel really shows depth as the main character sentenced to a moral dilemma.
A Reel Of One's Own February 19, 2013 at 11:49 pm
Yeah, that was another major movie that I'm afraid I missed. From what I've heard it would've beenRead More on my list.
Dawn Vlach February 13, 2013 at 02:14 am
Hi, I work for Lincoln Lutheran and host a club called Harmony Club.. This program is for seniorsRead More who have Parkinsons, Alzeheimers or other disablities. It provides a social environment for them while providing respite fior their caregivers. All I our clubs try and provide entrtainment for our guests and would love it if you would consider coming and performing at one of our Harmony Clubs. Please let me know if this would be possible. Thank you, Dawn dmvlach0113@yahoo.com
Jack February 1, 2013 at 09:10 pm
What a stupid plot, it will be on Netflix in a month.
A Reel Of One's Own July 8, 2013 at 06:50 pm
So there is an upside to it then.
CowDung January 30, 2013 at 03:27 pm
Congrats on the winnings.
Jenna Czaplewski January 30, 2013 at 03:27 pm
Thanks!
Heather in Caledonia January 31, 2013 at 05:28 pm
Wow! Maybe you should have bought a lottery ticket yesterday, too. :) Congratulations!
Heather in Caledonia January 30, 2013 at 03:30 pm
I love the Outlander series, but I can see how you'd need a break. They are a bit exhausting. HaveRead More you read Winter of the World by Follett? I was halfway through it's 900+ pages and had to return it to the library. Aackk! I tried Kenosha, but they're out of copies, too, so I'll be checking my library status until I can get it back. :) Kenosha did have a Kindle copy to borrow (and they let you borrow the Kindle, also), but I still prefer the dead-tree copies.
Jenna Czaplewski January 30, 2013 at 03:32 pm
I haven't read "Winter of the World." I'm gonna check it out on Goodreads now. :) I'veRead More never read Follett, but I've heard a lot of praise for him. I prefer the dead-tree books, too. :)
Heather in Caledonia January 30, 2013 at 03:34 pm
You'll want to read the one that comes before it. I can't remember the name, but it's the first in aRead More trilogy. It was really good and hard to put down! Maybe by the time you finish the first one the second will be available at the library. :)
St. Swithin January 22, 2013 at 05:28 pm
I've read several of Neil Gaiman's stories and enjoyed them. But his real strength is in graphicRead More novels. When you pair him with a talented artist the result is stunning. The work that made him famous was _Sandman_. Pick that up at the library sometime. Or you can borrow my copies. By now I think I know enough about your taste in books that I can predict that Gaiman will never be a favorite of yours, but I do have to sing praise of his seminal work.
Jenna Czaplewski January 22, 2013 at 08:19 pm
Really? I've read only one graphic novel (ever) and wasn't that impressed! Perhaps I'll check outRead More "Sandman" on your recommendation. :)
St. Swithin January 22, 2013 at 10:47 pm
Graphic novels range the gamut from horrible to sublime. Don't start with the first issue ofRead More Sandman. It takes a while to warm up. They are grouped by storyline. Look for early (but not the first) storylines such as _Preludes and Nocturnes_ or _A Game of You_.
Heather Asiyanbi (Editor) January 16, 2013 at 09:34 pm
This is where I stopped reading the series ... I'm wondering if I should dive back in - which isRead More code for I'll wait for you to dive back and in and tell me your impression of it!
Jenna Czaplewski January 22, 2013 at 08:21 pm
LOL - I'm up to the task! A friend of mine - actually, the woman who turned me on to the series toRead More begin with - told me that "The Fiery Cross" was outstanding. It's coming up on my to-read list, so stay tuned!
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