Old Ladies on a Plane – Episode 8 “Non-episode episode or New Moon Trailer Reaction Video”

This may be the end of the ladies. Unfortunately, it will not be the end of the Twilight series to movie adaptations.

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Old Ladies on a Plane – Episode 7 “Twitter is perverting the news!”

The ladies discuss the state of the television news industry today.  To summarize, Twitter is destroying the news! 

BTW – The ladies will be coming in for a landing next week.  Only time will tell if they fly again!

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Bill Maher vs. Jon Stewart – Who’s Funnier?

Okay, they have similar social leanings.  Their humor is topical and political.  They both have quasi talk/news shows on cable television. And they are both often quoted on various news programs across the dial.  The question must be asked.  Who is king of the satirical hill?

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“I’m a birthday cake writer.”

The Muse was not a great movie, but it doesn’t make me love Albert Brooks any less. The movie does happen to contain one of my all time favorite scenes. The conceit for the film is Brooks’ character is a screenwriter suffering from serious writers’ block so he hires a muse to help him break through. The muse ends up helping Brooks’ wife find her true calling, which really pisses Brooks off. This is the party scene from the movie. Wolfgang Puck is unveiling his newest discovery, cookies created by Brooks’ wife. Brooks is left to mingle with the insane collection of LA guests. Every writer can relate to the pained conversations that usually arise in social situations such as this. Let the comedy begin!

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How the South was Lost

I post this video with all due reverence for my Southern brethren. I’ve lived in the South for 31 years, and I’ve lived in the cradle of secession for the past 13 years. I have never understood how the upper class in the South roped the poor and the working class into fighting the North in the Civil War. Most of the men who died on the Confederate side of the fight didn’t own slaves. Granted not because they were morally opposed to slavery, but because they couldn’t afford slaves. It really was a rich man’s war if ever there was one. So, why did these poor men fight? Not sure, but this video may explain why they lost.