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Friday, April 17, 2015 @ 01:04 PM
Author: Lincee

Lincee Ray | I Hate Green Beans

It’s been a busy week around these parts! I don’t know about you, but TGIWeekend. Thanks to everyone who contributed to the Beaner Book List suggestions. I’ll be posting the official list on Monday, so if you have any recommendations, let me know by commenting HERE or shooting me an email.

And now for a few links that will make you laugh, make you cry and make you drool. Enjoy!
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Hall of Fame: Another Time

Thursday, April 16, 2015 @ 05:04 PM
Author: Lincee

It’s been a long time since I inducted another class into the IHGB Hall of Fame. This group features men who managed to make my heart melt while they were brooding in period costumes. So much can be left unsaid when a kilt is involved, am I right?

Jamie Fraser
Jamie Fraser

I’m going to give you a moment to keep staring at his face. That chin is just one of the reasons James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser made the Hall of Fame. The main reason he kicks off this list is his unflinching love and protection of Claire. When she fell (through time) into his life, the world no longer spun on its axis—it revolved around her. There is a deep passion between them, but equal respect. She is his match. Some call that a fairytale. I call it hope.

And real men wear kilts. That’s a fact. But it’s sort of weird if you’re not Scottish. Or attending a Scottish wedding or Halloween party. Keep that in mind.
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‘Dancing with the Stars’ recap: It’s Disney week!

Tuesday, April 14, 2015 @ 03:04 PM
Author: Lincee

Dancing with the Stars

It’s my favorite week on Dancing with the Stars—Disney Night! The ballroom is full of beautiful ball gowns. Naturally, a boy comes by and whips that fluffy gown off to reveal a shorty fringe, but I don’t mind. I have bigger concerns. What happened to Donald Duck’s hat and why is Julianne’s hair pink? We may never know.

It’s interesting to see what the choreographers will create, knowing that the audience has a picture of what it’s supposed to look like. To be honest, that can help you or hurt you.

Let’s take Kym for example:

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Not once in the literally thousands of times I watched the movie did Mary Poppins ever show Burt her sternum. Who needs a spoonful of sugar when clearly cleavage helps the medicine go down?

And then there’s Jessie from Toy Story:

Dancing with the Stars

What in the world? I can’t believe Disney executives allowed the costume designers to shop in the adult Halloween section at Party City. I’m also unclear why Jessie is dancing with Tony Manero from Saturday Night Fever. I’m almost positive that wasn’t a Disney movie.

Moving on! Here’s the breakdown of dances:

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IHGB Movie Review: “The Longest Ride”

Monday, April 13, 2015 @ 04:04 PM
Author: Lincee

The Longest Ride

The Longest Ride
Rated: PG
Starring: Scott Eastwood and Britt Robertson
The Trailer:

The Gist:
I will read and I will watch anything that has Nicholas Sparks’ name attached to it. I’m not ashamed. I concede that he’s working hard to recreate the MAGIC known as The Notebook. I admit that he has not even come close in the last decade. I also understand that diving into a Sparks book means that I have to prepare myself for one of the main characters to die. Also, an old person will impart wisdom, our leading characters will have some sort of revelation in the rain, and only ridiculously hot individuals are considered for the movie adaptation. Bring it on.

The Longest Ride was a decent film. I kept my expectations low as I drove my way to the movie theater. In fact, my friend Emily and I asked for tickets to see “The Last Ride” before I doubted even further wondering if it was “The Lucky Ride?” The sweet box office girl used context clues to secure the correct tickets, and we were on our way. Read More