Last Thursday evening I bicycled to the Santa Cruz Metro Bus Station to catch a bus out to Soquel to watch a spoken word event. I arrived five minutes ahead of the scheduled departure, but the bike rack on the front of the bus was already filled to its maximum capacity of three. I queried … Continue reading A Generous Bus Passenger
(This is a prompt from the website daysixtyfive.com, day four of seven posts in seven days, subject: a book/film that has changed the way you think. Link below.) https://daysixtyfive.com/2020/01/25/7-days-7-posts-your-daily-post-topics-starting-27-01-2020/ There are many books and movies that affected me in some way, and some more than others. Of those that affected me deeply, most I would … Continue reading A Book/Film That Has Changed The Way That You Think (7 Days 7 Posts)
While looking for an appropriate image to respond to a friend's FB post, I came across this pie fighting GIF, and laughed for hours. Enjoy No matter what our differences are, we can all agree that people getting hit in the face with pies is invariably funny, and will always elicit laughs from everybody (well, … Continue reading Fun With Pies
FX has been airing the limited series Fosse/Verdon. Admittedly I miss out on a lot of television, but being a longtime fan of Bob Fosse I decided to make room to see this engaging series. The first episode starts with Bob Fosse looking at himself in the mirror, sporting a tuxedo, a cigarillo dangling from … Continue reading Fosse, Verdon, And The Seamy Side Of Show Biz
Took about four years and three months, but I now have a thousand likes! Some are likes of my posts and pages, others are likes of comments I've made on other people's sites, but I'm happy to have them either way. 🙂 A big thank you to everyone who gave me a like(s)! Also... This … Continue reading 1,000 Likes
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Everyone knows that the works of Shakespeare are rife with colorful (my apologies, colourful), witty sexual innuendo that was easily understood by Elizabethan audiences some 400+ years ago but is largely incomprehensible to modern English speakers, or at least to Americans. But what if his more luridly explicit language made its way into the titles … Continue reading Shakespearean Porn Titles
Hooray! After four years and 90 posts, including 12 short stories, six short plays, 16 Carrot Ranch 99 word prompt flash fiction pieces, all 17 chapters of Redwood Summer: a novel of 1990 San Jose (my hometown), links to the five videos of my Community TV of Santa Cruz live broadcast drama Pacific Television Theater, … Continue reading 200 Followers!
Season 4 of Better Call Saul is now in the books, time to revisit predictions I made at the halfway point and to wrap things up. As usual, my predictions went astray because so many things happened that I just didn't see coming. Here's the link to my last post of predictions earlier this year: … Continue reading A Saul Is Born!
We're now halfway through season 4 of Better Call Saul, so time to revisit my earlier predictions for the season and see if I'm anywhere close. Here's the link to the original post: https://robertkirkendall.com/2018/08/06/countdown-to-saul/ SPOILERS AHEAD! The first subject I tackled was the fallout of Chuck's death. After much speculation I concluded that Chuck's death … Continue reading Saul: Halfway Through The Season