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The Sons of Liberty

Walt Disney's Johnny Tremain, "The Sons of Liberty" (1957) Not sure why, but this song popped into my head a couple days ago, even though I haven't heard it in over fifty years.  Funny thing about memory...even though the audio was pretty much a...
by Proof Positive on Jul 4, 2016

Sons of Liberty - What Manner Of Men?

I watched the last episode of Sons of Liberty last evening, the story of the men who came together to form our country.In real life they were pretty ordinary looking folk.  Certainly not the good looking actors who portrayed them and in some res...
by Dogwalk Musings on Jul 4, 2016

JFK'S LOVE OF LIBERTY

JFK+50:  Volume 6, No. 1799JFK'S LOVE OF LIBERTY CAME NATURALLYBoston, Massachusetts (JFK+50) As President of the United States during the Cold War, John F. Kennedy often spoke about the importance of liberty both in the nation and around t...
by JFK+50 on Dec 16, 2015

20 Years of Consoles and the Games That Made Them

Andy Naylor looks back at 20 years of consoles and the games that made them…. The Xbox One (the name is still amusingly stupid) and the PS4 have been out for nearly a year, and to date, neither console has managed to produce a game that is gene...
by Flickering Myth Movie Blog on Sep 20, 2014

Jordan Vogt-Roberts in talks for Metal Gear Solid movie

After last night’s news that Scott Derrickson was hired by Marvel to helm their Doctor Strange movie, it looks like Sony have found their ideal man to take on the big-screen adaptation of popular video game series Metal Gear Solid. According to...
by Flickering Myth Movie Blog on Jun 4, 2014

Why Metal Gear Solid 2 Is The Worst MGS Game

Before I make myself seemingly predictable, it’s not because of Raiden, believe me it’s not, despite his slightly whiny voice I actually enjoyed his character and found him interesting. It was the other characters and the interactions wit...
by Opinionated Gamer Blog on Jun 24, 2013

The Knights of the Golden Circle

On July 4, 1854, Virginia general, George Bickley, gathered five men together to talk about the current state of affairs in the United States. The country was being divided internally and the southern slave holders were worried about what was going t...
by Fanciful Truths on Sep 18, 2012

The Knights of the Golden Circle

On July 4, 1854, Virginia general, George Bickley, gathered five men together to talk about the current state of affairs in the United States. The country was being divided internally and the southern slave holders were worried about what was going t...
by Fanciful Truths on Sep 18, 2012

The Knights of the Golden Circle

On July 4, 1854, Virginia general, George Bickley, gathered five men together to talk about the current state of affairs in the United States. The country was being divided internally and the southern slave holders were worried about what was going t...
by Fanciful Truths on Sep 18, 2012


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