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“How do we know they are coming?”–Karin Lane (Mireille Enos) “They’re coming.”–Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt), World War Z Zombies are everywhere. Brad Pitt battles them in the film adaptation of World War Z. AMC’s The Walking Dead follows human survivors in a post-apocalyptic zombified world. … Continue reading
This is the big girl’s current favorite song. Awesome parent? Maybe.
Revisions are keeping me very busy these days, so the posting has been few and far between. My sincere apologies for my dastardly neglect. I could promise to be more faithful to this little blog, but why make promises that … Continue reading
that I love this parody of “Call Me Maybe” (as does the big girl). Enjoy!
And rock out to some Skynard on me: Or some Aerosmith: Or even some AC/DC: http://youtu.be/0fSEjlLQcRY P.S. He’s cooler than all the other dads. P.P.S. All my bad habits, and much of my taste in music, come from him. Mostly.