Tag Archives: television

The Pacific

The Pacific is pretty amazing. I keep trying to be more descriptive in my descriptions… yet I’m drawing a blank when it comes to saying more about this series. If you can stomach watching it (it’s portrayal of the horrors of the Pacific theater of conflict in WWII are accurate and brutal) it tells an […]

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Generation Kill

Generation Kill is a miniseries that HBO did about a marine unit in the first 21 days of the second gulf war. I generally like war drama stuff, and this series had me pretty fascinated from the beginning. It’s horrifying, sad, funny, and ironic. It definitely doesn’t glorify anything, and while I do think there […]

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HBO’s Baghdad ER

I don’t even have words to describe this film, only that you should see it.  If the war in Iraq didn’t make sense to you it will make sense even less after seeing this documentary.  And if the war in Iraq did make sense to you perhaps you will change your mind after seeing it.

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John Coleman | KUSI Weather

John Coleman is the eccentric weatherman on KUSI News, a local San Diego news station that is sort of like what would happen if one of those public access cable channels got a little bit of funding. To say they are a little bizarre and off the wall is an understatement. Coleman’s forecast is so […]

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