COVID-19 Day 15.
Imagine The Walking Dead in 16th century Korea. Except it’s better from the origin. If TWD is your flavor and you can handle subtitles, Kingdom is pure binge worthy. Watch to the end of S1:E3 and convince me I’m wrong.
Buster is less about a “transformation” as the brief description conveys than a downward spiral into deep, tragic mental illness. The outcome of which is always unpredictable. Rami Malek is perfectly disturbed as always.Continue reading Buster’s Mal Heart (Netflix)
I visit grocery stores daily, just in hope of what I might find. Today I was thrilled to find a few gallons of milk, I bought two because we’ve rationed out what little we had at home for days. I found a loaf of overpriced bread that my kids might eat. We’ll see. No fresh meat, yet. I was happy to see some fresh fruits and vegetables. I even found beef stock and some clean frozen vegetables. Hope to find flour in a day or two so I don’t have to break open our emergency dry goods supply.Continue reading 2 Gallons of Milk
He crawled into the bag and pulled the zipper up to his chin, gazing up into the night sky. There were stars and the hint of jasmine in the distance. The park around him was damp, the grass recently cut. There was so much to inhale for the last time. He used the emergency link on his locked mobile phone.Continue reading Jasmine and Fresh Cut Lawn
Christmas for dad used to mean unboxing absurdly secured toys from wires and installing batteries. Today it’s full-blown technical support for account creation, device registration and navigating system updates.
Happy “Day Off” to all the system engineers out there.
If we can trace the origin of coronavirus to one tiny little exotic meat shop in China, can someone trace the origin of misinformation about stockpiling toilet paper, water, OTC cold medications and hand sanitizer for me? I want to troll the hell out of that news feed.
Thanks in advance.
If the location name didn’t turn your stomach, consider yourself fortunate of the worst that divorce with children has to offer you.Continue reading Coronavirus and Attorneys: An Adventure at Department of Child Support Services Family Court.
The Ghost Bride is a romantic drama, with a warm presence of charm and humor and a bucket of supernatural that dances with the grotesquely dark side of death and the afterlife. In Mandarin, set in 1890’s China.Continue reading The Ghost Bride (Netflix)
I prefer subtitles. I want to hear the native dialect, the visceral actor’s conviction in their original words. I’m willing to read and have all of the feels. Just let me do the work.Continue reading Rant: Non-English Movies