The Spice and 2014 Must Flow!

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Well my family and I greeted the New Year in our customary fashion by watching Dune (1984), a movie so bad that it is good!  Go here to read my analysis of why it is such a grand buzzard of the film making art.  There is always much unintended laughter by House McClarey while watching that film, and we think that laughter is always a good way to greet a new year.  Happy New Year!

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  1. ‘Customary fashion’ was pathetically and tastelessly thwarted for some elders this year by photographic ineptitude. The ‘watching of the ball drop’ has been something to speak of to others on the first day of the year, as in whether the other stayed up to see it. I understand not the custom, but it certainly exists. So, this year the never-missed drop was not to be seen on the television mainstream networks to much disgust and dismay by a viewer I joined. The crowds and ‘entertainers’ on screen talking fast, as if on drugs, served only to add to the disgust, even with the mute button working. I felt sorry for the disappointment. No longer will I hear, “I’ve watched it every year.” Laughter being a good way to greet a new year seems like a good start. I watched the clip and thought that your family, at least, had the pleasure of listening to the spoken word done – and in the doing being led to amusement.

  2. My internal monologue is saying “Ahhhh” Dune is a killing word. Killing my brain from all the internal monologue.

  3. “It is by will alone I set my mind in motion. It is by the juice of sapho that thoughts acquire speed, the lips acquire stains, the stains become a warning. It is by will alone I set my mind in motion.” 🙂

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