Tag Archives: childhood

In His Hand

Over the weekend, the news broke that David Prowse had died. He was the man we saw as Darth Vader, the tall, intimidating Sith Lord in all black. I could wax nostalgic about how much his work meant to me … Continue reading

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Brutal Honesty

When I was a kid, my mother pretty much demanded that I be honest. She wanted me to be truthful, even though every time I was, I still got punished. But I had to speak truthfully, no matter what. My … Continue reading

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Weekly Reader: Vol 2 Issue 48

It’s time once again for news and views that you can peruse. It’s time once again for your Weekly Reader! Got some hot links, blog posts, or articles from a local paper you’d like to share? Head over to the … Continue reading

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Weekly Reader: Vol 2 Issue 45

It’s time once again for news and views that you can peruse. It’s time once again for your Weekly Reader! Got some hot links, blog posts, or articles from a local paper you’d like to share? Head over to the … Continue reading

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Thirty Five Years Thirty Five Thoughts #23: Words from the Wise

On March 3rd, David Wise, a rather prolific writer for the original Transformers Generation 1 cartoon, passed away from lung cancer. A major part of my childhood went with him. David Wise wrote fifteen episodes of the original series, among them was … Continue reading

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Thirty Five Years – Thirty Five Thoughts #9: Much Ado About BotCon

It’s a journal entry that makes me see red every time I read it; on an early summer day in 1997, I wrote about BotCon. I wanted to go that year and had been planning on making it to the … Continue reading

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Drawn That Way

I hated it years ago. I even have posts about it on my previous blog. I heard about this bit of sad news a little while ago from a different source. It’s taken me a few days to truly process this; the … Continue reading

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Weekly Reader Vol 2 Issue 12

It’s time once again for news and views that you can peruse. It’s time for your summer edition of the Weekly Reader! As always, if you want to share something, just drop a link in the comments! ‘I Can No … Continue reading

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Weekly Reader Vol 1 Issue 36

It’s time again for news and views that you can peruse! It’s another edition of the Weekly Reader! Have a blog post that you’re desperate to share? Found a story that you think no one can live without? Got something … Continue reading

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Open Minds and Closed Doors

(First off, a head’s up: we’re going to be dealing with abuse, physical, emotional and sexual, in this post. If this bothers you, if you find it too difficult to read, then hop over to the Cats category and take … Continue reading

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