They seem to end up in there more often than they like.
Ah but you realize later just how good it was to absorb knowledge!
I spent a lot time in the fiction section, especial reading Astrix the Gaul when I was their age, of course this was when I wasn’t busy with tennis, soccer or cubs 8)
Oh, Dutch…due to me not thinking straight, I had to another random selection for the Pay it Forward over on SF and you were the next chosen to pay some art forward!
Ah. I will go see what that is all about. All I remember is that the Pay it Forward thing was something somebody here who shall remain nameless ‘volunteered’ me for, eh?
Pay it forward is both a heart warming and a heart wrenching movie, that inspired a movement
They telegraphed the end of that film almost from the opening credits, so I found little reason to bother getting attached to anyone in the film, which is a shame because I really enjoy watching all three of those actors work. But that’s the way it goes sometimes. Did the movie inspire a movement, or did Oprah get on board and inspire the movement?
I’m with you on that one on all counts, Mr. V. Here in the States, Oprah seemed at one time to have a movement following her that rivaled any leader of any cult in the known world. Fortunately, she seems to be dying out as people see that she really is human, has feet of clay, and makes some astoundingly BAD decisions at times.
There’s enough “heart wrenching” stuff in real life. I don’t need to go see Hollywood’s image of it.
two of the decisions which blasted her popularity…
1> she didn’t need a man or to get married to have children if she adopted
2> she didn’t need to actually get involved if she could pay nannies to look after her ‘children’
Go watch a dog film. You know you’re meant to cry at the end.
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