1. Manhattan Skyline

    Manhattan Skyline

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  2. Chase D’Arnaud: Future Star Shortstop of the Pittsburgh Pirates

    Chase D’Arnaud: Future Star Shortstop of the Pittsburgh Pirates

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  3. You Have To See The Movie Wild Things

    During 4th of July weekend I watched the 1998 thriller Wild Things. I never thought it was possible for a movie to have as many turns and twists as this movie did. During every second of the movie I was thinking about what could possibly happen next. You would expect one thing to happen and it will end up with the complete opposite. This movie is not what you’d expect. If your into twisted movies with unexpected twists then you would love this movie. Its plot was just unbelievable and unexpected. Starring in the movie is Kevin Bacon, Matt Dillion, Denise Richards, Bill Murray, and Neve Campbell. I would rate this movie 9.5 out of 10. I Strongly Recommend that you see this movie.

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  4. Happy 4th of July

    I would like to wish everyone a Happy 4th of July. May everyone have a safe and fun day spent with their closest friends and families. I would also like to thank everyone who has made our freedom and independence possible including all military personal. Many great people have lost their lives to make sure that we have a safe country and freedom. Don’t ever, even for a second, take for granted what you have because everything can change in a second. God Bless You and Enjoy the 4th.

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  5. The Next Three Days: Plot & Review

    Tonight I watched the movie The Next Three Days directed by Paul Haggis. It is a remake of the 2008 French Film Pour Elle. It casted Russell Crowe, Elizabeth Banks, and Liam Neeson. The story was filmed in Pittsburgh, which is luckily my hometown, and it showcases the beauty of the city throughout the movie. The movie is about Lara Brennan [Banks] who is convicted of murdering her boss and is sentenced to life in the Allegheny County Jail. Her husband John [Crow] is upset with the judicial system’s ruling and has his mind sent on freeing his wife. Without Lara for 3 years, John must act as single dad for his young son named Luke. To make his dream of breaking Lara out of jail a reality, he visits Damon Pennington [Neeson], a convicted criminal who has escaped prison 7 times for advice. Damon warns John that the biggest problem with the escape isn’t the escape itself, but instead keeping yourself free and not caught. John puts all his time and efforts into devising a plan to free his wife. Overall, I really loved this movie. It had a good plot and very good acting. It is somewhat suspenseful and has a good storyline. I did have a problem with the ending however, the one detective looked for a button at the crime scene three years after the murder. With ease, he was able to life up a sewer grate and look into the sewer system. The button was shown in the movie as still being there but the detective did not see it. First off, a button would still not be at the crime scene 3 years after the crime. It would be washed far into the river and impossible to fine. Secondly, sewer grates are not loose and able to be picked up at any time. The chances of that actually happening in real life are astronomically small. Finally, even if the cop did find the button, what would it have proved? It would have had no relevance in the case and would not be able to prove anything. It had no purpose being in the movie. I would give this movie a 8.5 out of 10 and I recommend for you to see this movie. Thank you.

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  6. tumblrbot said: WHERE WOULD YOU MOST LIKE TO VISIT ON YOUR PLANET?

    Australia. Los Angeles. or New York City

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  7. Naturally 7- As My Guitar Gently Weeps (Beatles Cover) No Instruments Used. Unbelievable group of Musicians 

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  8. Most Underrated Second Baseman in the MLB

    Most Underrated Second Baseman in the MLB

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