A person that does it should be cancelled. But should a character in a book?
Last week at work, my coworker brought up a scene from All in The Family, where Archie and Meathead have a discussion on the process for putting on shoes and socks. Then we discussed Mary Tyler Moore scene where she has a laughing jag at a funeral for a clown. The weird thing is that … Continue reading Lines from Childhood
The cow addresses the reader directly and spouts off what is on the author's mind.
His advice is live a life. If you want live your best life, go follow Gwyneth Paltrow.
My coworker brought something up at work. It was highly random and yet it was something that like him, I do all the time. When we put on our shoes, we think of Archie Bunker. There was this fight Archie and Meathead had as they were getting ready. Archie insisted that a person must put … Continue reading TV Memorable Lines
“Now. Ask me any question you want.” “I want seven,” she said. “Seven? Questions? Why seven?” “It just seems like a sufficient amount.”
The world will go on, so I should not waste time not enjoying the gift of each day. By doing so, I can choose kindness and kindness is always the way to go.
Perry finds a way to write about his oft covered themes (sounds like a bash, but stick with this!) in intriguing, beautiful ways
We might go back to normal. Or we might never do the same job again.
Groundhog Day with Bill Murray The characters Phil runs into each morning are a great representation of the kind of people you meet in life and Phil treats them how we often do. The guy he meets in the hallway are the people we see that are only able to exchange pleasantries with. They talk … Continue reading More Life Lessons from Groundhog Day