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  • SUMMERTIME 2015 PART 1
    Brave-Heart
    I open my door, walk out and I just feel good seeing the baby morning glory vine purple flowers and the Cuban Butterfly yellow flowers (picture # 8) and I immediately get a spring in my step. Yes it is hot and humid in Fort Lauderdale in August but I would rather be here than in NYC, Boston or D.C. We always have that breeze coming from...
  • "THE GIFT"--A MOVIE REVIEW
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    For the second time this week I want to start off a review with “They DO make films like they did in the old days” no matter what seniors say and “The Gift” is such a movie. Simon (Joseph Bateman) and Robyn (Rebecca Hall) have just moved from Chicago into a modern home in Los Angeles. He is up for an important job at business and...
  • "I GOT ME A CADILLAC CAR"
    Brave-Heart
    Looks like I am going to be running around town in a 2014 Cadillac ATS charcoal gray car for about 10 days! Allen is off to see his daughter, son-in-law and twin grandsons so all I do is take him to airport when he leaves and then pick him up when he comes back. Oh I check his place every 2-3 days and get his mail but aside from...
  • MY JULY 2015 IN PICTURES
    Brave-Heart
    As in most months there has been good and bad. I did see 4 movies (pictures 4-7) ate out in at least 6 restaurants (pictures 8-12) including a new and excellent one which I will post about this coming week. At the beginning of the month I was still in a cast for my knee and using a wheelchair while in the middle of the month I was going to physical therapy...
  • ACQUA FARINA OSTERIA--A RESTAURANT REVIEW--FORT LAUDERDALE
    Brave-Heart
    Does Fort Lauderdale really need another Italian restaurant with the so many we have? Yes if they are as good as the Ostaria Acqua Farina Restaurant! I had heard about the restaurant and we always passed it on the way to 17th street. On Thursday I suggested we have Italian food suggesting either the upscale Café Vico or the down at home Big...

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    PAYING FOR THE SINS OF MY YOUTH--NO, NOT THOSE

    At 7 PM on a Saturday night your vascular surgeon calls to tell you that results of your c scan shows your carotid artery is now 80-90% blocked. Since I can't handle MRIs he will arrange to have aCTA (I think?) but knowing me he said he wouldn't tell me not to worry as I wouldn't anyway! If another doctor called me on a Saturday...
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    started a topic "WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS"--A MOVIE REVIEW

    "WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS"--A MOVIE REVIEW

    This is going to be a review of two films, the first being the movie I saw on the screen called “We Are Your Friends” and the movie I was making in my head called “Wes & Zac, Where From Here?” “We Are Your Friends” is about a DJ, his 3 friends and electric dance music, learning more about the latter than I knew or need to know but, as I have found lately with...
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    started a topic SUMMERTIME 2015 PART 3

    SUMMERTIME 2015 PART 3

    Yes it is HOT and HUMID in Fort Lauderdale at this time of the year but just by walking around you will feel a breeze and be cooler--or so I tell myself! 1. In the title photo and this first photo is Biscuit--Richard’s dog--who is scratching his own back since his owner is busy in the swimming pool! 2. It is very rare to look up and not see a bird somewhere surveying the area. ...
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    started a topic WHY I LOVE LIVING ALONE!

    WHY I LOVE LIVING ALONE!

    Why I choose to live alone! It took me 50 years, 4 exes, a love of my life and innumerable mini-affairs to realize that I prefer, enjoy, need to live alone. I make/am a great friend, adviser, listener but as a life partner a dud. It could be I am too selfish, unwilling to compromise when...
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    started a topic "ANT-MAN"--A MOVIE REVIEW

    "ANT-MAN"--A MOVIE REVIEW

    Hesitating to make 2 statements, feeling they will come back to bite me in the butt, I still will: 1) “Ant-Man” is the first Marvel comics to screen that I really enjoyed and 2) “Ant-Man” is a very funny movie! It is funny in its ridiculousness, in its insensible, illogical, crazy screenplay and the incredible special effects...
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    started a topic "THE DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL"--MOVIE REVIEW

    "THE DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL"--MOVIE REVIEW

    The past few weeks I have seen a couple of entertaining movies like “The Gift” and “Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation”, a few okay films like “Phoenix”{ and “Ricki and the Flash” but I knew, from experience, it would all come to a screeching halt and it did today with one of the worst movies I have seen this year called “The Diary...
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    started a topic "I GOT ME A CADILLAC CAR"

    "I GOT ME A CADILLAC CAR"

    Looks like I am going to be running around town in a 2014 Cadillac ATS charcoal gray car for about 10 days! Allen is off to see his daughter, son-in-law and twin grandsons so all I do is take him to airport when he leaves and then pick him up when he comes back. Oh I check his place every 2-3 days and get his mail but aside from...
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    started a topic "THE GIFT"--A MOVIE REVIEW

    "THE GIFT"--A MOVIE REVIEW

    For the second time this week I want to start off a review with “They DO make films like they did in the old days” no matter what seniors say and “The Gift” is such a movie. Simon (Joseph Bateman) and Robyn (Rebecca Hall) have just moved from Chicago into a modern home in Los Angeles. He is up for an important job at business and...
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    started a topic SUMMERTIME 2015 PART 1

    SUMMERTIME 2015 PART 1

    I open my door, walk out and I just feel good seeing the baby morning glory vine purple flowers and the Cuban Butterfly yellow flowers (picture # 8) and I immediately get a spring in my step. Yes it is hot and humid in Fort Lauderdale in August but I would rather be here than in NYC, Boston or D.C. We always have that breeze coming from...
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    started a topic "PHOENIX"--A MOVIE REVIEW

    "PHOENIX"--A MOVIE REVIEW

    “They don’t make them like the did in the old days, “ is the cry of many senior film buffs, including me. In “Phoenix” the director, and co-writer with Harun Farocki, Christian Petzold certainly tries. With bits of Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo” here, Kander and Ebb’s, with Fosse’s, “Cabaret” there, this movie, as film noir, cries out for a Barbara...
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