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"You can waste your lives drawing lines. Or you can live your life crossing them."

Shonda Rhimes


After dinner, my wife asked if I could clear the table. I needed a running start, but I made it!

Fun Fact

Nearly all species to have ever existed on Earth are extinct.

We walk an Earth that has seen the extinction of 99.9 percent of all of the species who've ever lived on it, according to PBS. Congratulations—that means you are technically in the .1 percent… at least for now!

History Fact

In 1917, Margaret Sanger was jailed for one month for establishing the first birth control clinic.

Movie/TV Trivia

After his character was shot in the foot by Joe Pesci in Goodfellas, Michael Imperioli’s Christopher got fictional retribution by shooting a baker in the foot in The Sopranos. His kiss-off line? “It happens”.

Movie/TV Quote

"They called me Mr. Glass."

Unbreakable (2000)

How do you both follow up one of the most shocking twist endings of the '90s and one of the most quotable horror one-liners of all time? If you're filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan, you escape the shadow of "Bruce Willis was a ghost the whole time" and "I see dead people" by writing a moody, somber family drama that reveals itself to actually be a moody, somber superhero origin story. "They called me Mr. Glass," whispers Samuel L. Jackson's tragically villainous Elijah Price in Unbreakable's final moment, James Newton's haunting score swelling in the background as the audience figures out the deception at the heart of the story. The film was considered an odd move at the time, failing to recapture the critical and commercial highs of The Sixth Sense, but Unbreakable's passionate defenders responded to the emotionally rich mix of melodrama and pulp, and Shyamalan got the last laugh, eventually continuing the story with the less quotable thrillers Split and Glass.

Conversation Starter

What is something you wish you could do everyday?

Writing Prompt


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