Monthly Archives: August 2012

NObama #67: Bryan Mills

0 Submitted by on Fri, 31 August 2012, 21:43
Better Than Obama #67:  Bryan Mills The film Taken is the story of a girl who is kidnapped as part of a modern day slavery ring  who as an extremely dedicated and resilient father who vows to get her back.  That father is Bryan Mills.  Even from the beginning of the film, Bryan says with great assurance to his daughter “They are Continue Reading...
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NObama #68: Bugs Bunny

0 Submitted by on Thu, 30 August 2012, 21:37
Better Than Obama #68:  Bugs Bunny No cartoon character is more classic or more witty than that wascaly wabbit Bugs Bunny.  In 1938 Leon Schlesinger Productions, later Warner Bros. Cartoons, created Bugs and he has been an icon ever since.  Many of my late Saturday mornings were filled with Bugs outsmarting just about everyone, Taz, Daffy and especially Elmer Fudd. Continue Reading...
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NObama #69: Elena Gilbert

0 Submitted by on Wed, 29 August 2012, 22:20
Better Than Obama #69:  Elena Gilbert Originally, I avoided watching The Vampire Diaries on CW because I feared it was some boring teeny-bopper love story.  But, against my instincts, I gave the show a shot and quickly became a fan.  The show takes an interesting twist on all the vampire craze that appears to be going on these days and Continue Reading...
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NObama #70: Billy Chapel

0 Submitted by on Tue, 28 August 2012, 21:20
Better Than Obama #70: Billy ChapelWatch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download The 1999 hit movie For Love of The Game introduced us to a talented 39 year old pitcher who faced a challenge on the field greater than any he had ever encountered. Billy Chapel was that talented pitcher who also happened to be in the not-so-prime of Continue Reading...
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NObama #71: Sheldon Cooper

0 Submitted by on Mon, 27 August 2012, 22:45
Better Than Obama #71:  Sheldon Cooper I recently got introduced to The Big Bang Theory by some friends of mine who said I’d enjoy it because it cleverly related to and gently teased geeks like me.  The were right!  Though, as a Christian, I think the title needs work 🙂 I do think the show is clever and is filled Continue Reading...
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NObama #72: Gil Grissom

0 Submitted by on Sun, 26 August 2012, 20:26
Better Than Obama #72:  Gil GrissomWatch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download The mega hit TV show CSI has been in the top of the ratings for over a decade and for good reason:  they have a brilliant creative team, fantastic cast and started the series with powerful lead investigator by the name of Gil Grissom.  Grissom is a Continue Reading...
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NObama #73: Bolt

0 Submitted by on Sat, 25 August 2012, 12:00
Better Than Obama #73:  Bolt.  We meet an extremely unlikely “superhero” in the Disney animated film Bolt.  Bolt is not your average dog, he’s a star.  He plays the role of a super powered dog with super human abilities.  The catch is, it’s all a sham.  In the film, we learn that Bolt is merely an actor and his abilities are the Continue Reading...
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NObama #74: Wolverine

0 Submitted by on Fri, 24 August 2012, 18:23
Better Than Obama #74: Wolverine Wolverine is probably one of the most popular (and definitely the coolest) of all of the X-Men characters. While known for his ultra sharp, ultra strong adamantium claws, Wolverine’s actual superpower is the ability to heal at a dramatic rate. This allowed his body to withstand that trauma of having all of his bones coated Continue Reading...
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NObama #75: The Robot

0 Submitted by on Thu, 23 August 2012, 21:01
Better Than Obama #75:  The Robot The Lost In Space series originally aired in 1965 and introduced the world to one of the first Hollywood Artificial Intelligence appropriately named “The Robot.” The Robot is a Class M-3 Model B9, General Utility Non-Theorizing Environmental Control Robot, which had no given name. My reason for choosing “The Robot” as a replacement for Continue Reading...
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NObama #76: Lando Calrissian

0 Submitted by on Wed, 22 August 2012, 23:11
Better Than Obama #76: Lando Calrissian Lando Calrissian was the Administrator of the Cloud City of Bespin in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. We learn quickly that, though Lando was a smooth talker, he wasn’t quite smooth enough to talk his way out of a bad deal he made with Darth Vader. His plan to save his city by sacrificing Continue Reading...
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NObama #77: Michael Westen

0 Submitted by on Tue, 21 August 2012, 20:51
Better Than Obama #77:  Michael Westen Burn Notice is a USA Network summer series that takes an in-depth look into the no-so-normal life of a burned CIA intelligence operative named Michael Westen.  In short, he’s a spy.  What makes Michael so unique is his sense of ingenuity.  Using virtually any materials, circumstances or environment near him, he always seems to Continue Reading...
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NObama #78: Master Shifu

0 Submitted by on Mon, 20 August 2012, 17:43
Better Than Obama #78:  Master Shifu In the hilarious, yet endearing animated motion picture Kung Fu Panda, we meet the wise man, or mouse, of tiny stature and great power Master Shifu.  Shifu was tasked with the difficult task of training young kung fu fighters in the old ways so they may fulfill their destiny and protect the land.  In Continue Reading...
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NObama #79: Stephanie Plum

0 Submitted by on Sun, 19 August 2012, 22:48
Better Than Obama #79:  Stephanie Plum. Some years back, Janet Evanovich created a quirky yet endearing character that became the lead heroine of many best selling novels.  This character is Stephanie Plum.  Stephanie was going through a rough patch; lost her job, lost her car and she barely had enough money to survive.  With a combination of desperation and courage, Stephanie Continue Reading...
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NOBama #80: Ferris Bueller

0 Submitted by on Sat, 18 August 2012, 10:27
Better That Obama #80:  Ferris Bueller Perhaps one of the most popular new classic / cult movies of my generation had to be Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.  In that film, we meet the extremely persuasive Ferris Bueller.  Though Ferris did misuse is talents to snag a free day out of school, we discover that, overwhelmingly, Ferris wanted the very best Continue Reading...
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NOBama #81: “Charlie”

0 Submitted by on Fri, 17 August 2012, 16:00
Better Than Obama #81: Charles Townsend One of the more mysterious and enigmatic characters of the 70’s and 80’s was the ominous voice from a table top speaker phone that gave “The Angels” their instruction. That voice was none other than that of Charles Townsend. You can call him “Charlie.” You know him best from Charlie’s Angels. Charlie is a Continue Reading...
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NOBama #82: Wacko

0 Submitted by on Thu, 16 August 2012, 21:19
Better Than Obama #82:  Wacko. One of the three beloved Animaniacs that graced my childhood as one of the best afternoon cartoons of the 90s was Wacko. My reason for choosing Wacko is very simple: He knows all 50 states and their capitals whereas Barack Obama,doesn’t even remember how many states there are! Don’t believe me? Watch the video clips Continue Reading...
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NObama #83: Agent K

0 Submitted by on Wed, 15 August 2012, 17:04
Better Than Obama #83:  Agent K The Men In Black trilogy took the rumor of a secret sector of the government that knew about alien existence and turned it into one of the more successful sci-fi concepts of the new millenium.  Perhaps the strongest character is Agent K.  Agent K doesn’t mess around.  He knows that his job is to Continue Reading...
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NObama #84: Jack O’Neill

0 Submitted by on Tue, 14 August 2012, 22:28
Better Than Obama #84:  Jack O’Neill I’m constantly amazed at my circle of sci-fi friends that either never watched, or may never heard of the series Stargate SG-1 and its related franchises.  I’ve enjoyed it far more than either Star Wars or Star Trek and believe it’s a superior story to them both.  Stargate introduced one of my favorite characters Continue Reading...
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NObama #85: Rocky Balboa

0 Submitted by on Mon, 13 August 2012, 22:21
Better Than Obama #85:  Rocky Balboa I’ve been following the Rocky saga for the better part of my entire life.  Few characters are as notable and inspiring to my generation as the hero of the franchise: Rocky Balboa.  Throughout the entire series, Rocky taught us lessons in life: sometimes as the example to follow, and sometimes as an example of Continue Reading...
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NObama #86: Major Payne

0 Submitted by on Sun, 12 August 2012, 20:19
Better Than Obama #86:  Major Payne America is awesome, but we are not perfect.  In fact, we have much room for improvement.  One of the areas I believe that we need to improve upon greatly is our work ethic and the related sense of responsibility.  So many Americans, both liberal and conservative, are too content to take the easy way Continue Reading...
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NOBama #87: Wall-E

0 Submitted by on Sat, 11 August 2012, 18:00
Better Than Obama #87: Wall-E Let’s face it… as much as we all love the United States and believe in the faith of our foundations and hope in our future we all have to admit that our country is a MESS. Our economy is dismal, our deficit is depressing and we are piling more problems on top of others by Continue Reading...
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Apple Drops the YouTube App in iOS 6

0 Submitted by on Sat, 11 August 2012, 12:52
We are not sure why, but Apple is reported to remove the pre-installed version of YouTube from the iPhone 5 coming out this fall.  For more information on how this may impact iPhone users and their ad experience, watch the Fox News Business video below. Watch the latest video at
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NObama #88: Inigo Montoya

0 Submitted by on Fri, 10 August 2012, 23:03
Better Than Obama #88: Inigo Montoya The Princess Bride is a family cult classic that will undoubtedly remain of the best films ever made. Though not the main protagonist, perhaps the most memorable of the characters in this film is the Spanish swordsman Inigo Montoya. In short, Inigo is a man of unquestionable honor. Throughout the film he demonstrated a Continue Reading...
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NObama #89: Chloe Sullivan

0 Submitted by on Thu, 09 August 2012, 23:17
Better Than Obama #89: Chloe Sullivan Throughout the spectacular 10 year retelling of the origin of Superman, Smallville re-introduced a myriad of DC super heroes and their acquaintances. Despite her lack of supernatural abilities, Chloe Sullivan quickly became one of my favorite characters, even heroes of the franchise. Though she started of as a mere high school newspaper editor, she Continue Reading...
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NOBama #90: Peter Petrelli

0 Submitted by on Wed, 08 August 2012, 19:11
Better Than Obama #90:  Peter Petrelli The science fiction show Heroes on NBC gave birth to many characters with special abilities that made them super human. The most powerful of all these heroes was Peter Petrelli in that he had the ability to absorb the powers of others and use them in concert with one another perform miraculous acts of Continue Reading...
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