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The Couch Potato: Is latest ‘Transformers’ REALLY that bad?
The word on the latest "Transformers" movie is that it may be the worst film of all time. I have never seen any of the "Transformers" movies, and I don't really plan on seeing this newest one, but I can't imagine that any of them are actually the worst movies of all time.
Gary Church: Despite my appearance, I’m the ultimate wingman
There's no doubt that as a child, I was way ahead of my time. When Mom made fried chicken, I would always ask, "I want the two legs sticking up."
Lisa Madras: Is this goodbye for us? That’s a great question
So we’re down to two now. Two blog to go. So close to the end, yet so much left to say. (It feels so much like the end of a relationship!) No more questions. I’ve asked enough of those.
Josh Drespling: Ever have the feeling of déjà vu — all over again?
There is a French word that, when literately translated to English, means “already seen.” You may be familiar with this word and most likely have experienced some measure of this phenomenon throughout your lifetime.
Gary Church: Better XYZ — and make it PDQ — or you might get tagged
I was sitting in church on Sunday when Rita and Tom came in and sat a few rows ahead of me.
Rita is perfect. She walks perfect, talks perfect, sings perfect, smiles perfect, her hair is always perfect, and she dresses perfect.
Tim Kolodziej: Our problems really aren’t THE problem
“So, WHAT do you do?” A simple question that’s probably been asked thousands of times this summer over barbecue or a burger. Simple answers, too.
The Couch Potato: Some quick hits through the summer TV season
The “dog” (fans of the blog will get that joke) days of summer are upon us, so you know what that means. It’s time for “Quick Hits!”
Gary Church: There will be crying at my funeral — but it’s not what you think
I was one of the 7,000 people who attended the River City Brass concert on July 3 at Westminster College. One of the songs that I especially liked was "Shenandoah," which was beautifully sung by the Rev. Nathan Louden.
Lisa Madras: Somewhere between ‘showing up’ and ‘giving up,’ there is hope
What do you do when you feel like giving up? I've been writing for a long time. Longer even than my time with this newspaper, but I do have to say that this has been my favorite writing stint of all time, and I'm going to miss it.
Josh Drespling: Baby talk? Don’t even goo-goo-ga-ga go there!
Baby, baby, baby, oooh. Like baby, baby, baby, NO! No, I'm not singing a Justin Beiber song. I have just been bombarded with babies. At every turn, there is a woman with child or a glowing new father.
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