Funny conversation with the Spouse

So, you know when you have those conversations that take on a life of their own? Well, the spouse and I had one of those during dinner.

The beginning of the conversation started innocently enough…

M: Are we looking at that house tomorrow or in a couple of weeks, because we have Hailey (niece) next weekend?

J: Let me text the agent.

M: Where is it again?

J: Westchester.

M: Like Sleepy Hollow Westchester or X-Men Westchester?

J: The latter.

M: Can you imagine living in that universe?

J: Like in the Avengers? Where they basically destroyed the area that we both work in.

M: Nodding.

J: Can you imagine me calling you because I am running late:

"Hey Hunny, I’m going to be late tonight."

M: Playing along. “Did Lee take down the server again?”

J: “No, no… Have you turned on the news?”

M: “No. Why?”

J: “So, some aliens came out of the sky and that big green superhero showed up and took out the 4,5,6 lines, so all the trains are a bit screwy.”

M: “Wait, where?”

J: “By your office?”

M: “Is there an office?”

J; “Honestly, I don’t see many of the buildings down that way. So, we may both be telecommuting for the foreseeable future.”

M: If only…

J: Yep.

A sneak peek at tonight’s Game of Thrones!

Just in time for those of you suffering from zombie withdrawal…. like me. ;-D


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Why the series 4 finale of The Walking Dead hit the mark…

I have read a couple of reviews about tonight’s season ender for The Walking Dead and I am wondering when did everyone become so negative?

What you call “slow” I call a build up.

What you call not the caliber of your typical season finale, I say is a set-up to a season opener.

I get all the laments… Many people have the attention span of a gnat. These character-specific episodes were like plays that were strung together that enabled us to understand where these characters were mentally and what they were capable of… Like Carol offing a kid to protect a baby, or Glenn risking another to find his wife, or Rick killing to protect himself and those he loves. Even fan favorite Daryl had his moment to shine, but he realized that he could not regress, all he could do was ride the wave until he could find his out. But, what happened to Rick in the finale puts all these other episodes to shame.

Rick is the show, sorry to say it to the Daryl fans out there… But, it is the truth. We started with Rick and we will end it with him. So watching Rick go off the rails because he is fearing for the safety of his son at the hands of a rapist was both terrifying and satisfying.

As a parent, I would have done the same thing. Actually, I would have done worse.

Let me digress, this is the moment that we have been waiting for. The moment where the two halves of the Rick we have come to know very well come to terms with one another in this new wild and dangerous world. Yes, he knows what he did was a bit unhinged, but this is the new norm.

Now, the majority of the group is in a storage container at this cannibalistic hippie commune… But, these hippies have no idea what they are up against and that is amazing.

Yes, there are questions to be answered:
1. Where are Tyrese, Carol, and Judith
2. Where is Beth?
3. How are they getting out of this mess?
4. When does the next season begin?
I can’t wait for next season! I love my Killer Rick! I want to see this place go down!
Are you with me?

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Anonymous asked: i don't wanna waste your time but , how long do you think joult will last?


Quite honestly I haven’t got a clue. A year? Two?

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Awwww… Such a good son.

Awwww… Such a good son.



Fucking cuties.

Oh my god I want a ticket to their wedding



Fucking cuties.

Oh my god I want a ticket to their wedding

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Actors Jennifer Garner and Benedict Cumberbatch speak onstage during the Oscars at the Dolby Theatre on March 2, 2014 in Hollywood, California.

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Independent Spirit Awards - Winners!

FEATURE: 12 Years a Slave

DIRECTOR: 12 Years a Slave, Steve McQueen

SCREENPLAY: 12 Years a Slave, John Ridley

FIRST FEATURE: Fruitvale Station

FIRST SCREENPLAY: Nebraska, Bob Nelson

JOHN CASSAVETES AWARD: This is Martin Bonner

FEMALE LEAD: Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine

MALE LEAD: Matthew McConaughey, Dallas Buyers Club

SUPPORTING FEMALE: Lupita Nyong’o, 12 Years a Slave

SUPPORTING MALE: Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club

CINEMATOGRAPHY: Sean Bobbitt, 12 Years a Slave

EDITING: Nat Sanders, Short Term 12

DOCUMENTARY: 20 Feet From Stardom

INTERNATIONAL FILM: Blue is the Warmest Color (France)


As a parent…

…I think the hardest thing to see is when your child suffers a broken heart, is belittled, or is just down on himself or herself. We remember what it was like, because we were young once. We want to protect you 24/7, but that is impossible. Do we want to slice the person that cause the harm from stem to stern, yes. But, all we can do is give a hug and give some sage advice that hopefully will make you understand that this is just a blip on your lengthy journey through life. It may hurt like hell right now and may seem like it will last forever, but it doesn’t. You will get over it and you will find happiness again… trust us.

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