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Firemark Men's F1096 Watch F1096

Firemark Men's F1096 Watch F1096
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Firemark timepieces are built for those who demand a higher level of function for their technical pursuits. The F1091 features ...

Superman Caped Pint Glass from Warner Bros.

Superman Caped Pint Glass from Warner Bros.
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This 16 ounce Superman pint glass comes with a removable cape! Although the glass is dishwasher safe, hand washing is ...

Green Arrow Pint Glass from Warner Bros.

Green Arrow Pint Glass from Warner Bros.
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This Green Arrow pint glass holds 16 ounces of your favorite beverage and is sure to be a hit at ...

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Superman Caped Pint Glass from Warner Bros.

Superman Caped Pint Glass from Warner Bros.
$14.95
This 16 ounce Superman pint glass comes with a removable cape! Although the glass is dishwasher safe, hand washing is ...

Libbey 18-Piece Barware and Glassware Starter Set

Libbey 18-Piece Barware and Glassware Starter Set
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Libbey 18-Piece Entertainment Glassware Set: Set contains: (4) 9.25-oz martini glasses (4) 10-oz wine glasses (4) ...

A Christmas Story You'll Shoot Your Eye Out Retro Pint Glass from Warner Bros.

A Christmas Story You'll Shoot Your Eye Out Retro Pint Glass from Warner Bros.
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This classic 16 oz pint glass features Ralphie with his broken glasses and the classic line "You'll Shoot Your ...

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The untold Warren Zevon

The untold Warren Zevon

February 1996, Burlington, VT "Get Shorty" ruled the box office just a few months earlier, Warren Zevon is touring in support of his ninth studio album, "Mutineer." It was a cold month, warmed with anticipation of seeing Zevon for a second time -- this a solo appearance at a small club above Nectar's which offered a boatload more [...]

New Writing Exercise

New Writing Exercise

The plan: Every day, find an article — news, sports, anything, could be weather — any story. Tweak it to come up with an interesting movie idea. Do this every day, keep a rhythm and creativity flowing. Could also be a personal story, something you or someone said; an overheard conversation; encounter with a grizzly, anything. [...]

Quiz: Which ethnic slur are you?

Quiz: Which ethnic slur are you?

I just took the "Which racially-charged, derogatory ethnic slur are you?" quiz and the result is: Cracker What you lack in rhythm, you gain in your ability to excel at Grey's Anatomy trivia. Not quite albino, Chris Rock still calls you by name. There's nothing remotely threatening or urban about you, except maybe the tank top. When [...]

My brother is having an affair

My brother is having an affair

HIM:  What's his wife think of that? HER:  She's not thrilled. HIM:  I can see that. HER:  Especially when the girl is still in college. He gets all -- HIM:  She's what?? HER:  Yeah, she's like 19 or 20. She's in college -- a sophomore, I think. HIM:  And he's? HER:  Forty-one, two kids -- newborn. I'm really [...]

Do not molest the alligators

Do not molest the alligators

Outside is a downpour. Inside, a cellphone rings. He grabs it. Top-speed, leaping from the dull light of the laptop screen, over the couch he goes to the sliding glass door -- the one spot he's found with reception in this mother of outdated concrete condos. Adhering to the glass like Spiderman, hoping to get as close to a [...]

My Cinnamon Girl

My Cinnamon Girl

I always wanted to live with a cinnamon girl. Thought I could be happy the rest of my life with a cinnamon girl. Saw an old friend and he always wanted to live with a cinnamon girl too, so he married one. I asked how it was -- when they're together, do they chase the moonlight? He said it's not nearly all it's cracked up to be and [...]

Love to Love you Baby

Love to Love you Baby

August 21, 1976 -- Donna Summer performs on American Bandstand. For some reason, I'm at my friend Jim's house. I'm eleven years old. Jim had stuff at his place that we didn't have at ours, like a pack of Marlboros wrapped in plastic, hidden in the woodpile. I tried it, didn't want anything to do with it, so I'd go to watch him smoke. [...]

Levon Helm, a tribute

Levon Helm, a tribute

July 27, 1997 -- Saratoga Springs, NY Wallflowers opening for Counting Crows and I'm to photograph the first three songs by each. I'm late, cut it a bit too close and hit traffic. Need to find my credentials and get set up, without a lot of time to work with. I'm sent backstage, where it's quiet and surprisingly empty. There's [...]

I thought I knew what love was

I thought I knew what love was

The Boys of Summer. Lyrics written by Don Henley and music composed by Don Henley and Mike Campbell Although it sounds awesome in the summer ... this classic is admittedly more relevant lyrically right now. And it sounds great still. Hans Olson, October 29, 2011 Exactly. I used to crank this in college and it's still as strong, 27 [...]

What would never happen

What would never happen

Saw a group of parishioners holding "Free Prayers" signs outside a church, lining the road. I'd never seen this before. Must have been 40 to 50 people gathered on a Saturday evening, trying to attract those who might not otherwise make that call. Nice that they share a common belief, to the degree of actually showing that type of [...]

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