Jack Attack! A List of Jack Skellington’s Many Cameos

November 12, 2010 17 comments
We all like movies, but some of us get a little too involved. While a great story will always be a great story, movie geeks, like myself, enjoy looking for a little more. Certain directors, like Time Burton oblige us with easter eggs, little things in movies for us to look for the umpteenth time we watch a their films.
Jack Skellington from A Nightmare Before Christmas has had several small and secret appearances over the years (even before Nightmare Before Christmas) was made,  some appearances obvious and indisputable, others fans still debate today. In my list, I wanted try to keep with the more certain Jack appearances, and so here they are, in no specific order…

Master of Disguise: The Many Faces of Gary Oldman

November 8, 2010 4 comments

Gary Oldman is one of those guys that everyone loves, but few appreciate. Why would so few people appreciate this phenomenal actor? Because few people seem to even recognize him through his many guises. Let’s take a look at an unsung hero that you never knew you loved. We’ll do this thing chronologically just to save me the trouble of trying to decide on my favorite films or best disguises etc., which brings us to…

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5 Celebrity Females that Men Think are Hot and Women Think are Not

November 8, 2010 1 comment

There are those universal examples of beauty that everyone loves, there are the cute, the pretty, the girl-next-door, the sporty, the quirky, and the hot.  Most of the time, men and women agree on what’s appealing to the eye, but sometimes I believe the men just get it wrong.  Before the men out there begin dismissing this list as a girl being jealous of hot girls, my boyfriend can attest that there are plenty of beautiful girls out there that float my boat.  But there are just a handful of celebrity females that have most men drooling and leave most women asking, seriously?

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50 Ways to Leave Your Lover (Part 1 of 5)

October 5, 2010 2 comments

We all know the song – or maybe not.  I only learned of the 1975 Paul Simon hit about six years ago as I was in the midst of leaving my then “lover”.  It seemed every time I got into my car the song was playing on the radio.  It’s a fun song that encourages some thought on the abundance of ways to end relationships.  So,  “just slip out the back, Jack, make a new plan, Stan, you don’t need to be coy, Roy – Just get yourself free”… It’s the first ten of 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover.

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5 Childhood Foods that are Even Better as an Adult

September 28, 2010 1 comment

Cheap, quick, easy to prepare, and most importantly, liked by children.  Whether it was lack of time, money, or culinary skills, parents had many reasons to serve such child friendly dishes as those on my list.  I’m sure many have been left out, but these are my favorites and ones that I not only prepare for my children, but enjoy eating even more today than I did when I was a kid.  This list is bound to leave you longing for unhealthy childhood cuisine!

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Categories: G - General Audience, Misc

4 Televised Texas Hold’em Bad Beats

September 24, 2010 1 comment


Everyone has one. A story about the runner, runner or one outer that hit and knocked you out of the tourney. Bad beats are pat of poker and without’em the game just wouldn’t be the same. Here’s my list of bad beats (in no particular order) that were fortunate enough to be televised for all of us to enjoy. Read more…

Top 10 Googled Women

September 22, 2010 4 comments

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We’re all familiar with Google. It serves as the number one search engine on the internet and assists all of us daily in finding what we need. So what is it that we all need? Well, according to the search engine powerhouse, we need girls.

Though no one can deny the millions of productive uses the internet holds, by and far, it’s largest universal use is delivering beautiful women to ever growing HD LCD monitors. You may think it’s disgusting, but loving women is not only man’s most natural instinct, but the single most important piece to the existence of our race.

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