15- “Happy Gilmore” #52PickUp 2017

Hey, if I watched a film for today, down by the bay, while laying in some hay, what do you say? If I just may, I saw the 1996 comedy (hey…):

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One of the best posters ever.

Happy Gilmore.

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54- Quotes, Guilty Omissions, and The Science Behind Pixar

This week is jammed pack with interesting topics! First, we test your movie quote mettle with a little game! How many did you get right? Let us know on Twitter!

Then, we talk movies we absolutely should have seen by now, but we have yet to witness. Who among us HASN’T seen The Two Towers and Return of the King? Or Casablanca? Or The Godfather?

Next, we jump into the California Science Center exhibit: The Science Behind Pixar.

And finally, Jamie discusses his newest #52PickUp: Happy Gilmo–my–GOD!

Movie Quotes Game (Starts at 00:00)

Guilty Omissions (6:28)

The Science Behind Pixar (15:43)

#52PickUp– Happy Gilmore (24:27)

Plugs and Close (27:33)

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Visit Jamie’s blog at GuyOnAWire. Here’s the #52PickUp I mentioned!

See Tim on the Universal Lot! He’ll be the one showing you around!

And visit Alex’s blog at Doggone Movie Reviews.

And finally, see what Jamie looks like (hint: not so good) at their other project: We Need Movies.


-Jamie (@GuyOnAWire)

My Cancer Story Ch. 26 “My Guardian Angels”

Chapter 26: My Guardian Angels

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Sunday rolled around, and the “tag teams” made hand contact: my Dad and Brother left to go back home to Fort Kent, and my Mom and Gary returned. It was nearing the end of October, and I was set to go home– home home. God, it felt good to get out of the hospital these days. The cold autumn air hit my delicate skin as I anticipated snowfall once more.

Wow, who would have thought I’d want to see the snow?

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