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Is Google God?

Is Google God? Columnist Thomas Friedman posed this question in The New York Times in June of 2003.  Quoting the vice-president of a Wi-Fi provider, Friedman writes that “Google, combined with Wi-Fi, is a little bit like God.  God is wireless, God is everywhere and God sees and knows everything.  Throughout history, people connected…

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The Hunters – Movie Review

There’s not a lot that’s family friendly new in theaters this weekend, but there is a family friendly film on tonight that you could watch from your living room.  Wal-Mart, Proctor & Gamble, and Walden Films have worked together to bring the new movie “The Hunters” to the Hallmark Channel, tonight…

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Captain Phillips

4 years ago, the Mersk Alabama attempted to cruise through pirate waters off the coast of Africa unnoticed and failed.  The ship was overtaken by Somali pirates, the crew was captured, and eventually, the captain was taken captive before being rescued by special forces. That true story is the inspiration for the film “Captain…

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Less busyness = better life?

It’s a busy, busy world. The culture is chaotic, your city is bustling, and your life can roll along at a break-neck pace. Sometimes we excuse being so busy. You have to pay the bills, right? Author John Busacker probably agrees, but he also says the mantra ‘busy is better’ is baseless: Busacker has written the…

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Gravity and Grace Unplugged

It’s a double feature during our movie review this week. First up is “Gravity” (PG-13) starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney.  It follows two astronauts as they try to find a way to safely get back to earthy after parts of a broken satellite collide with and destroy their space station. Bob says this one…

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Prisoners – Review

How far would you go to save a child who was kidnapped? That’s the question posed in the movie “Prisoners” (rated R) starting Hugh Jackman, Terrence Howard, and Jake Gyllenhaal. The movie follows two families whose daughters are kidnapped and the extent one man goes to when he thinks the police aren’t…

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Where have the family friendly movies gone?

Sometimes, there aren’t any new movies for the family in theaters for the weekend. Bob says this is one of those weekends.  “The Family” is rated R, and “Insidious 2” is PG-13, but a horror movie that’s not really family friendly at all. Bob did say that a movie that’s gaining buzz this…

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The Ultimate Life – Review

“The Ultimate Life” (rated PG) serves as a prequel and sequel to 2006’s “The Ultimage Gift”.  The prequel part of the film follows Red Stevens, the grandfather from the first film, as he builds his empire and walks over a lot of people in the process.  The sequel follows Jason as he works in his inherited…

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Getaway – Movie Review

“Getaway” (Rated PG-13) starring Ethan Hawke and Selena Gomez hits theaters this weekend.  The movie follows a man who steals a car and drives all over town under the orders of a man who’s holding his wife captive.  The movie is full of action, but Bob didn’t find much to enjoy in it. Though the film isn’t…

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Mortal Instruments: City of Bones – Review

Sometimes we run into a new release movie that we don’t feel is a good family friendly option for your kids. This is one of those films. “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” is based off the book of the same title by Cassandra Clare, and follows a group of young people who fight evil beings in a realm unseen by normal…

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Is Google God? Columnist Thomas Friedman posed this question in The New York Times in June of 2003.  Quoting the vice-president of a Wi-Fi provider, Friedman writes that “Google, combined with Wi-Fi, is a little bit like God.  God is wireless, God is everywhere and God sees and knows everything.  Throughout history, people connected…

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Is Google God? Columnist Thomas Friedman posed this question in The New York Times in June of 2003.  Quoting the vice-president of a Wi-Fi provider, Friedman writes that “Google, combined with Wi-Fi, is a little bit like God.  God is wireless, God is everywhere and God sees and knows everything.  Throughout history, people connected…

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