Chapter 75: “Relocated Families”
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Travis and Jason would often visit us to escape “The County” for a weekend or so, but Shawn and I (and many others) wanted them down in Bangor permanently. Some of our favorite times were with the cousins/brothers.
Finally, after college life in Presque Isle didn’t work out, Travis moved down to live with us. But Jason didn’t. I felt like a piece of me was being ripped from my gut. Jason was an integral part of our dynamic, and we felt lost without him. Instead, Jason stayed up North in Caribou with another one of his friends.
We didn’t approve of this other guy and worried that Jason might go down another darker path. Sure, that sounded like we were jealous but this guy was actually bad news. No matter, we wouldn’t dare to force his hand in uprooting his life even though it was with us loved ones, and so, he stayed home in Caribou as Travis made the trip down.
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Jamie– Free Advance Movie Screenings (11:47)
#52PickUp– MouseHunt (19:52)
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When I first saw this film, I was 100% in agreement with Nathan Lane; now, I’m mad at the guy. I watched:
MouseHunt. The inter-capped one word title that you never remembered existing. The film stars Nathan Lane and Lee Evans as two brothers who had recently lost their father (played by William Hickey). He left them with a string factory, no money, and a decrepit mansion. Continue reading