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Unplug your family

My wife and I were in a restaurant having lunch the other day with one of our sons, and couldn’t help but notice a nearby family: a mom, dad, two boys, and a daughter. The daughter was middle school age, and clearly in contemporary middle school mode:  ear buds securely in place, staring off into space.  Every aspect of her demeanor made…

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Labor Day finds love in really unexpected places

“Labor Day” (rated PG-13) starring Josh Brolin and Kate Winslet opens to more theaters this weekend after a limited release around Christmas.  The story follows Kate Winslet’s character and her son who mainly keep to themselves, but one day meet a man while out shopping. He’s covered in blood and insists…

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Why you’ll want to check your bank / card statement for a $9.84 charge

With the news about the Target credit card breach, I hope you’ve had a chance to check your bank and credit card statements to make sure there aren’t any unauthorized charges. If you haven’t had a chance to sign up for the free credit monitoring from Target, that’s a first good step. Also, be on the lookout…

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I found Jesus at Goodwill

Along with some other really great finds! Goodwill is a super source for those of us that enjoy the renew and repurpose style of decorating. And every Goodwill has its own personality depending on its location. I’ve noticed that pricing can vary as well.  What to do? Haunt all locations close to you and maybe a few not so close to you…

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It’s a movie trifecta weekend

When you’re a squirrel on the hunt for food for the winter, it’s pretty tempting to steal your food from a store that sells nuts. But what if that store is really a front for a bank heist by humans? That’s the premise of “The Nut Job” (rated PG). It’s a computer animated film and Bob says that’s…

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Old rivalries – a review of “Grudge Match”

When you’re older, you want to feel like you did everything you could to make your life the best it could be and that you didn’t hold anything back. But what if you had one regret, and suddenly you were given the chance to overcome that regret. “Grudge Match” sees two aging former boxers played by Robert De…

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Mary Poppins, Dinosaurs, and News Anchors: Oh my!

There are 4 movies hitting theaters this weekend, and if you’re looking for something family friendly you can probably rule out the first two.  “Anchorman 2” got only a 1 out of 5 for family friendly (and Bob says that was generous). And “A Madea Christmas” had some redeeming qualities, but also…

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Here be dragons – A review of “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug”

The second film in the trilogy of Hobbit movies requires a little background. It’s probably better if you watched the first film. What’s even better is if you read the book (which I love), but let’s not get bogged down there. The second film “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” (rated PG-13), continues…

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Time to thaw out – a review of Frozen

When you hurt someone close to you, how far will you go to fix the situation? That’s the challenge faced by Anna in Disney’s latest animated film “Frozen” (rated PG).  Anna and her sister Elsa live in the kingdom of Arendelle. Elsa has a gift, or maybe it’s a curse, to freeze whatever she touches. …

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Is “Catching Fire” family friendly?

The latest installment of “The Hunger Games” called “Catching Fire” (rated PG-13) hits theaters this weekend. WARNING: If you’re trying to read the books first and haven’t finished the first book, slight spoilers will follow! Katniss and Peeta are the winners of the 74th Hunger Games…

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