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Hometown: Puyallup, Washington
Member since: 2001
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I truly believe that we will all live in peace and brotherhood someday. And so that I don't lose my faith in humanity, I will live my life as if that day had already happened.

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Drunk-posting again, because why not? It's Saturday night!

How are all of my Loungers tonight?

Friday Night Hard Cider Buzz. Drinking up the Thanksgiving leftovers...

Does anyone know if there will be a Thirtieth Anniversary edition of Kevin Reynold's "The Beast"?

Excellent film. A must-watch for anyone interested in tank warfare.

My ancient DVD has no extras of any kind; only the trailer.

I'd give anything for a Director's Commentary, a making-of feature, and a critical review.

Original release: 1988. It's time, gentlemen...

Tuesday Night Wine And Vodka Buzz. Don't judge me! I have tomorrow off!

Love to all Loungers!

Friday Night Moscow Mule Buzz. I love you all...

Going for Greek food tonight after work. Who wants to join me for Happy Hour?

Friday Night Moscow Mule Buzz. I love you all...

I'm watching "The Pacific" for perhaps the fourth or fifth time through. Noticed something new.

The opening credits are accompanied by shots of someone creating charcoal drawings of various scenes from the miniseries. Every time they show the charcoal pencil, it is splintering and shattering. Now, I know charcoal is a very brittle medium, and splitting the point of a charcoal pencil is probably a very common occurrence.

But this time, I was imagining that the artist was a veteran of the battles being depicted. And the pain and stress of the memories was causing him to press down on the pencil hard enough to shatter it over and over.

I may be overthinking what is simply supposed to be an interesting artistic vision. But it's haunted me a little.

I just talked a vaccine-averse patient into getting his flu shot.

Physician Assistants: The Difficult We Do Immediately. The Impossible......Will Take A Little Longer...

This is good. We're rockin' and rollin'...

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