And, a “thing”.
I don’t go to movies often.
However, my dear family suggested that we see “The Big Sick“.
The movie was delightful, but the AMC experience, not great.
We viewed the film at Madison’s former Sundance Cinemas, now AMC “Dine-in”.
$45 for three of us, yet AMC subjected us to twenty (20!) minutes of previews. Four of the six were terrible, version 2 and 3 of why bother films. The last two, somewhat of an improvement, but after paying $15 each, the length of in your face advertising was beyond the pale.
All that said, I’m not terribly optimistic that the theatre world will abandon their invasive practices.
Fun (and ironic) to see a political messaging blank sheet at the Madison Farmer’s Market.
Rather fascinating PETA use of VR cardboard viewers: I, Chicken.
Martin Luther (PDF):
With respect therefore to this opinion of Augustine, we conclude that Moses spoke literally and plainly and neither allegorically nor figuratively; that is, he means that the world with all creatures was created in six days as he himself expresses it. If we cannot attain unto a comprehension of the reason why it was so, let us still remain scholars and leave all the preceptorship to the Holy Spirit!
These days were distinguished thus. On the first day the unformed mass of heaven and earth was created to which light was then added. On the second day the firmament. On the third day the earth was produced out of the waters and its fruits created.
On the fourth day the heavens were adorned by the creation of the sun, moon and stars. On the fifth day the fishes of the sea and the fowls of the air. On the sixth day the beasts of the earth were created, and Man was made. I say nothing of the other views which divide these sacred matters into the work of creation, of distinction, and of ornation, because I do not think such divisions of the subject can be made to harmonize in all respects with each other. If any one admire such views let him consult Lyra.
Rod Dreher pens an interesting article on President Trump and Christians.
A non descript card arrived via US Post recently.
I must admit that, upon opening said card, I was surprised to find that an Alfa Romeo SUV “Stelvio” beckoned.
Another Alfa sighting, earlier this year.
Rather curious targeting.
A few other recent auto images:
I parked next to a rather rare Maserati SUV in California (of course), recently.
How are you?
I asked as I placed my grocery purchases on the store’s conveyor belt.
I haven’t purchased an energy drink today. I’m just a poor white girl trying to save some money”.
A small latte, please.
“Are you staying around for tomorrow’s festivities (4th of July)?”
We’re driving further south, later today.
“Don’t go too far south.”
Not to worry, just to Mendocino.
Weeks later, a minister wondered, while discussing the parable of the sower, how many Americans know how fruits and vegetables grow…..
So, I bought a $2 e-book on Amazon to learn how to find cheap flights. There was a link in that book to sign up for cheap flight emails. I saw a few deals hit my inbox, but I needed a flight ASAP, so I took what I learned in the book and found the cheapest flight I could to Europe.
A few months later after I came back I was building some travel websites while also helping one of my friends grow his business (also featured here on Indie Hackers). I received an email from Scott saying he’s going to start charging $2/month to get a premium version of the deal emails.
I bought a couple subscriptions to give away to my followers, and this is how Scott and I first connected. After a couple of months and a few phone calls, Scott and I decided to partner up in November of 2015. We had never met in person at this point, but we made a great team due to our unique skillsets.