Monthly Archives: July 2010

fripodding and changing: “changes” by david bowie

Last week I said goodbye to a handful of my friends who are moving away to start the next book in their lives. And when it comes to anyone making a big move, it’s a ripple effect for them and

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Posted in change, Friends, fripodding, music

revisiting summer poetry

I’m working on some new poems for this summer season, regardless if they have to do with summer or not, but I will post them when they are ready to be read. In the meantime, I thought I would showcase

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Posted in poetry, writing

fripodding and saying goodbye

As time got closer to the ending of LOST, I had the conflicting bittersweet feeling that I’m sure many other had experienced as well. The sweet anticipation of the ending to a really great show and an awesome story that

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Posted in friday, Friends, fripodding, life update, music

can m. night shyamalan redeem himself?

I’m writing this while still being caught up with Inception and its crucial last scene ending. I want to call it a “twist-ending” but I think it’d be more correct to call it an ambiguous ending, since so many people

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Posted in movie

inception: film review

There was some hype built around this movie months before it was released. Very few people knew about it, and the few that did, had no real clue as to what it was about. And that’s exactly how Christopher Nolan

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fripodding and roadtripping to canada

Long story short, I haven’t had time to write a friPod post today due to an all day drive to lovely Niagra Falls. As I type, I’m being entertained by a free concert in the park. I’m ashamed to admit

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bubba ho-tep: film review

My friend Jaden had recommended this movie, not necessarily to me personally, but to those who are looking for a different kind of a movie. A type of movie that is hard to fit into a specific genre. Is it

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orange juice and caffeine pills

Every so often, I take a break from my usual iced coffee that I seem to love so much and replace it with a yellow, bitter caffeine pill. That is, of course, when I need to be alert. Or as

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Posted in babbling, caffeine, coffee, office, random

fripodding and lost: “the constant” composed by michael giacchino

You would think this friPod post would’ve been posted a couple weeks ago along with my LOST reflections that I posted all of that week. But I figured I’d talk about Michael Jackson instead since the date fell on a

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Posted in friday, fripodding, music

youth in revolt: film review

I wanted to watch this movie twice, and even as I’m writing this, I’m debating if it’s a movie I’d want to own. Seeing the previews got me interested. I think I’m a Michael Cera fan, and the chance to

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Posted in movie, review

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