• Avalon Organics Rosemary Shampoo
Comments: Found this THREE dollars cheaper at Whole Foods, than I did at Kroger! Nice.
• GoGo Squeez Applesauce On the Go
Comments: I bought the AppleApple, but it also comes in AppleBanana, AppleStrawberry, Apple Cinnamon and ApplePeach! Man! If I’d seen the ApplePeach, I would have bought that one too. Had the AppleBanana in my basket, but changed my mind at the last minute. Perfect for when I take lunch to work.
• Whole Foods Brand Milk Chocolate, Toffee & Sea Salt candy bar
Yep, you read correctly. It’s FREE movie night, thanks to RedBox! Just visit their page on Facebook, ‘like’ them and get your code for a FREE movie rental. I’ve already got my code (J76R773), but as you know, all codes are good for multiple uses* (it’s all about the credit/debit card), so if you decide to get a code, feel free to share it here. If we’re friends on Facebook, I’ve most-likely already sent you a code (you can do the same via the RedBox Facebook page). Enjoy, and let me know what you wanna rent and/or rented! (I rented Dylan Dog and Take Me Home Tonight)
* NORMALLY, it’s been my experience that codes have been reusable, when using different credit/debit cards. HOWEVER, I went to the ‘Free RedBox Codes‘ site and copied several recent code posts (LOTS made on the 24th, I have to assume due to the ‘Free Movie Night’ promo) and they did NOT work. Either RedBox has caught their error or I’m just unlucky. Fyi.
I Am Number Four– I remember seeing the trailer for this movie and thinking it looked interesting; rental-interesting, not theater-interesting. I also remember thinking “the main guy is kinda cute,” (Alex Pettyfer) only to find out he was also the lead in Beastly, where I didn’t think he was anything special…even though he pretty much looks the same. Weird how your mind works. Continue reading
I love the Final Destination movies. Well, all of them except part 4, which was obviously directed by someone retarded (and yes, I realize the same man directed part 2, which was great, but part 4…sucked assssss!). For those unfamiliar with the series, here’s a brief synopsis: Survivors of a suspension-bridge collapse learn there’s no way you can cheat Death.
Anyway, If you’ve seen the other films, then you’ll know that in part 4, the “director” changed the way the premonitions of each death looked: Since the film was in 3D, therefore before each murder, the main character (the person who originally foresaw the original disaster) Continue reading
Out of This World by John Macklin © 1972
Synopsis: For hundreds of years mankind has sought to explain the inexplicable. In this, John Macklin’s latest book, the author takes you on a mind boggling trip into the realm beyond reason and logic. Here are authenticated case histories that have long piqued the curiosity and credulity of theologians, historians and crime experts. Event he most confirmed skeptics will find themselves unable to apply the accepted tenets of rational behavior to these bizarre and spine-tingling Adventures into the Supernatural!
Comments: It was impossible to find a cover for this book online (something I sometimes do to save me some scanning time), so this may be the only time you ever actually see the cover of this book! These type of supernatural paperbacks were a dime a dozen back in the 60’s and 70’s, so I usually run across them now and again, while haunting the local used book store. They’re quick reads for me that I enjoy. Fun, exploitation-style books of their time. I think that’s why I enjoy books from the 40’s-80’s so much, because they really don’t make ’em like this anymore. Nice, quick, entertaining summer read. Continue reading