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Written by Eric Hodgins, Norman Panama, and Melvin FrankDirected by H.C. Potter At the suggestion of a fellow writer, I rented this movie to see how it compared to what I was going through with selling this house on Long Island and moving to rural New Hampshire. What I got was a very funny movieContinue reading “Movie Review: Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House – I Really Don’t Want to Relate to This!”
Written by Oliver Crawford, Lee Cronin, Arthur H. Singer, and Gene RoddenberryDirected by Jud Taylor Star Trek got away with many cultural commentaries over its short run, due to the fact that couched in the science-fiction setting, many of the commentaries went right over the head of the censors. That’s not the case with LetContinue reading “Star Trek: Let That Be Your Last Battlefield – All Lives Do Matter”
In the flurry of books released before the 2004 Presidential election, Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s Crimes Against Nature got lost in the shuffle. And that’s a shame. Instead of the usual unsubstantiated rants pro or con for what had been going on in the country over the previous four years, Kennedy has produced a railingContinue reading “Book Review: Crimes Against Nature by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. – Can Our Planet Still Be Saved?”
Travel with me around the world. Spend time hiking, looking for a geocache, or just sight-seeing.
Science Fiction is my favorite, but I love all kinds of movies. Check out some of what I love and some of what I hate. You might find your new favorite film!
More than just science-fiction! Tear-jerkers, historical fiction, biographies, politics, and more!
Shows old and new. DVD releases and streaming. So much to choose from – is it worth your time? You might find your new favorite show!
Musings for the day, inspired by my personal experiences here. Reflections and memories. Want to know more about me? This will clue you in.
My favorite hobby. At times I’m obsessed. It takes me to all kinds of interesting and beautiful places.
Hello there! My name is Patti. I spent most of my life in the shadow of New York City on suburban Long Island. After 39 years, I found true happiness on a mountain in rural New Hampshire.