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If Wishes Were Streetcars

The Wish Express, by Ruth Plumly Thompson – This could essentially be considered the author’s first book, although it wasn’t published in that form during her lifetime. Before she took over the Oz series from L. Frank Baum, she serialized … Continue reading

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Never Steal a Used Carpet

Koopa Klaus – Christmas was almost a month ago, but here’s the Christmas episode of this show. I already wrote about this one twelve years ago, and I can’t say I can think of much to add. It is weird … Continue reading

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Superheroes and Dinosaurs (But Not in the Same Movie)

X2: X-Men United – Beth and I saw the first X-Men movie in the theater back when we first started dating; I think it might have been the first time we went to the movies together. We both knew the … Continue reading

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Diana, Diana, Diana, I Would Die for You

Wonder Woman – I hadn’t seen any of the last few movies based on DC Comics (I don’t think I have since the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy), and I hadn’t heard good things about them. I got the impression they … Continue reading

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I Hate My Generation

It seems that every generation criticizes the ones after it, which is kind of hypocritical because they’re the ones responsible for bringing these later generations into existence. I’m not sure when the trend of naming generations began, but the Wikipedia … Continue reading

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