Daily Archives: April 2, 2011

“the big kahuna” film review

I watched this movie on a whim. I couldn’t remember who or why this movie felt suggested to me, but since there was a curiosity, I decided to check it out. I’m glad that I did. I feel like this

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when school is too cool

I kept promising to divulge in what I’ve been up to the past few weeks to a month. As most of you should know by now, I go to the Connecticut School of Broadcasting which from here on out will

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