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Robopocalypse

Harlan Ellison hasn’t sued Daniel H. Wilson-at least not yet, but it’s hard not to think of The Terminator while reading Robopocalypse.  More precisely, it bears a striking resemblance to S. M. Stirling’s trilogy sequel to Arnold’s T2.  I really

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Despicable Me

The local second run movie theater charges $1.25 so you can see a movie already avaible on DVD, but most of the time, these are not movies you want to own anyway.  So recently, the Dollar Theater has upgraded one

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Man Without a Country by Kurt Vonnegut

I first read Man Without a Country not long after it came out in 2005 and I still totally agree with everything Kurt has to say. Kurt was a humanist who had the radical idea that war was bad, over

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