Oh, the silly things you run out of just before you move… #laundrySyndicated copies to:
Trying out the soon-to-be new neighborhood pizza joint.
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Quick snack: Cinnamon pretzel and lemonadeSyndicated copies to:
Picked up a couple pair of shorts for the hot end of the summer.
Wondering why FourSquare failed to register my checkin??
What an interesting concept for a store.
Fantastic aquarium hiding in here.Syndicated copies to:
I was hoping to spend my $42,000 gift card. Oh well…Syndicated copies to:
Family picnic night under the crescent moon
What's high school football mean to this Texas town? Absolutely everything when the stakes are as high off the field as they are on.
The series and it’s topics seem to have become a modern-day morality play now. Connie Britton has become the moral compass of the series which is one of the few things keeping it interesting. She sure has come a long way since The Brothers McMullen in 1995.
Episode 16 is a great standout episode for it’s coverage of race, but still feels a bit on-the-nose to me.
Episode 17 covers the obligatory virginity question, but managed to stay away from the Afterschool Special coverage of the topic. It was almost relatively sophisticated for network television without being too preachy. I wonder how this would have played in the 80’s?
Episode 18 is the beginning of the Buddy trainwreck we saw coming. I’m not sure I buy Buddy moving into the Coach’s house here. I’m a Dana Nicholson-Wheeler fan, but she just isn’t given much to work with here and her character is so one dimensional from a writing perspective.
And as if to underline the diagram, it reminds me that Norm on Cheers invented the Bitcoin symbol
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