I like reading and watching detective stories. Some of my favorite TV shows include Foyle's War, Midsomer Murders, CSI, and NCIS. What I don't like are wild inaccuracies. The longer I watch a show, the more I find. Recently I was watching a show (from a few seasons back) wherein a person was murdered in … Continue reading No silence to be had
An Open Letter of Encouragement to Shia LaBeouf. Forget the haters, mockers, nay sayers, scoffers, and those with sticks so far up their backsides its poking their brains. Jesus loves you. Don't let nobody tell you otherwise.
A friend asked me the other day if I thought Christians should ignore the Noah movie. Both of us are avid role-players and were remembering how much grief we got from church people for playing that demon worshipping game known as Dungeons & Dragons (major eye rolling). Personally I think hollywood is handing us a … Continue reading Should Christians See the Noah Movie?
In follow-up to my previous post about Team Franklin's Star Wars mini-marathon: M: "Why do Bantha's make that funny noise?" A2: "'Cause God made 'em that way?" Me: <laughing> "'Cause George Lucas made them that way."
My children and I have been playing the Lego Star Wars game on the Wii. It's been a while since we've watched the movies and they don't remember much. Today we're having a Star Wars marathon, watching the original episodes (IV, V and VI). It's fun to watch them react to the movie, since all … Continue reading Reintroducing Star Wars to my Kids
I spent about two minutes browsing Facebook then thought to myself, "What the hell am I doing? I could be watching Inspector Morse."
I really enjoy watching the Inspector Morse series. What I can watch online I have and the rest I get on DVD via Netflix. The Inspector Lewis spinoff is even more enjoyable and I'm finally up to the current series. I got to wondering today though if some day I'll be watching a series titled … Continue reading A Series of Inspectors