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9/30/17

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Illusion

Lately I am digging The Illusion's podcasts on Youtube.

Many of his videos are good to check out some time.  Here's a link.


8/11/17

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When In Seattle Get Rocked By Metallica

I almost forgot, yes after 11 years of blogging, that I have every right in the world to review the shows I attend.  Last night  (actually, Wednesday, August 9th) in Seattle with friends watching Metallica play in the home of the Seahawks...  my former blogself would have had this practically live-drafted, but I guess times have changed for me.  Or maybe the days, weeks or months leading up to the show hadn't woken me up.  You would think otherwise, but it was going to take meeting the band to wake me the fuck up.  That did not happen, but there is plenty of space for reflection on the show.  Prior to going into the show, my buddy informed me one of the new songs is about Amy Winehouse and her lost soul.  
Interestingly, during the show, there was no mention of Amy, but James did mention the fact that "No, Lady Gaga is not here tonight," (in fact she was in concert in Inglewood) "but more on that later."  While there was no further direct mention of Gaga, later, Metallica did perform Moth Into Flame.   Winehouse is now Gaga, right?   I get it. 
Admittedly, I had not previously heard much of the new album but the songs the legendary outfit performed were loaded with raise your fist mantras for the die-die-hard fan.  And Seattle has many of these.  And my non-metal self loved that love.
Then came the onslaught, a rousing performance of Master of Puppets got me banging and audience roared and lit trees and it was on.   Lars sounded winded during the salutations after their encore, the band really was trying to give Seattle props all night... maybe because they only offered them a Wednesday night?
One was great, for so many reasons.   As was Enter Sandman, the band's closing hymn.  The lights were amazing.   Aside from Seattle's C-Link stadium making it difficult to find anything above 15% alcohol, there was nothing to be let down about.   18 great songs and some of the finest people watching on Earth.  

11/27/16

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Movie Review - Arrival

This movie has received a pretty good buzz since release on the big screen and it had been at least a year since the last time I went to the inconvenience of going to a movie theater to enjoy a movie. We went to the Regal Theater (get your Regal Gift Card!) in Granada Hills and overall it was a generally good experience. Arrival lived up to hype, in my opinion. It was smart, Jeremy Renner was only a little annoying, and Forest Whitaker was admirable in his role. Amy Adams also was surprisingly good in her role as an affected human with the right skills to help the world address the situation at hand. There was plenty of wonderful philosophical points made, and excellent characterizations that make this film palpable. If the closest comparison is Contact (Jodi Foster), I'd say it was less dogmatic and tried less - effectively doing more and it was appreciated. Apparently, the aliens feel writing is a abhorrent waste of energy so I'll stop wasting your time with too much blather. Take it from a real sci-fi old-skooler, this was worth making the time for even though I'm sure it'll look just as good on my smart TV. 7/10 FMPU Stars