Category Archive: Thinking Games

Jul 10

BASED ON A TRUE STORY: BEST HITCHCOCK-LIKE THRILLER OF 2017!

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Without a doubt, Based On A True Story is the best psychological thriller of 2017, possibly the best book of 2017. Already introduced to Parisians, Delphine de Vigan is taking the world by storm as she introduces us to L. who is a complete NUT CASE! Delphine de Vigan is seduced by a strange woman …

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Jul 07

THINKING THURSDAY: READ YOUR WAY TO A BETTER LIFE!

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EVERYONE, not just SMART MOMS, need to read more books. Reading is one of the best things Moms should do for their brains. Reading keeps the mind actively working, which not only makes Moms smarter but keeps brain diseases at bay. (I read my way back after having a nasty stroke.) Active readers learn more …

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Jun 15

MOM RANT: Life Was Simpler and Easier When We Didn’t Have So Many Choices!

Life was better back in the 1960’s, the 1970’s and the 1980’s. Life was simpler. Life was easier. Life was better in America back then, before handheld computers took over the world! We had less choice, and more real life affirming conversations. We read more books. We used common sense. We lived every day in …

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May 31

STAND BACK STEPHEN KING READERS, ANDREW PYPER IS BETTER: READ THE ONLY CHILD

THE ONLY CHILD WRITTEN BY ANDREW PYPER—ANOTHER MASTER OF HORROR— Stephen King watch out, because there’s a new author in town who can write mesmerizing horror as well as you can, if not better. If you love horror books, turned into great horror movies, Andrew Pyper is the man. I felt compelled to read The …

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May 18

THINKING THURSDAY:Are Women Manipulated By The Media?

THINKING THURSDAY—WHY DOES THE MEDIA WANT TO MANIPULATE WOMEN? In 1913 5,000 women marched into Washington to get their message heard. This was around the time when Woodrow Wilson was inaugurated as America’s new president. Women did not have the right to vote until 1918. Women fought hard to get their message heard and to …

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May 04

THINKING THURSDAY: IS THERE HIDDEN MEANING BEHIND MELANIA AND MICHELLE’S FIRST NAMES?

THINKING THURSDAY—–WHAT DOES 13TH LETTER OF ALPHABET HAVE TO DO WITH THE PRESIDENT? The Liberal media has gotten so out of hand desperately trying to make something out of nothing. CNN, MSNBC,YAHOO, HUFF PO, THE NEW YORK TIMES, etc all are making stuff up remotely related to Trump. Considering that Trump is holding to his …

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Mar 02

THINKING THURSDAY: DEMOCRATS OBSTRUCTING TRUMP’S EVERY MOVE

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THINKING THURSDAY: Washington Democrats Obstructing Everything President Trump and His Cabinet Do Democrats are telling each other how to think, what to say, and what to do. Democratic leaders such as Hillary Clinton, Barrack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and many others are telling fellow Democrats/Liberals to resist and persist. I saw the message Hillary told people …

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Nov 03

Naughtier Than Nice; Talk, Have Sex, Talk, Have Sex, Throw in Political Message

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One Night was a truly well written, decent read about two people meeting at a gas station. A woman down on her luck, I felt for the heroine in One Night. I can’t say the same for the characters in Erie Jerome Dickey’s newest book, Naughtier Than Nice. Nice may seem like a decent takeoff …

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Aug 24

MANSLICE MONDAY— GRACELAND’S AARON TVEIT

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MANSLICE MONDAY–AARON TVEIT—- Watching Graceland is not a trip into thinking-land, where you have to really pay attention to the show’s six main characters figuring out what they need to do next, take action, essentially putting themselves in danger. Aaron Tveit who stars as Mike Warren in Graceland, is no doubt a good looking guy, …

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Jun 25

THINKING THURSDAY:10 Things 1960’s and 1970’s Kids Did, Kids Today Don’t!

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THINKING THURSDAY— Back in the 1960’s and 1970’s we kids had to look outside to see what temperature it was. We had to ride in cars without seat belts on, and we had to roll down the windows ourselves. We had to walk to school, ride public buses—alone—and we had to get jobs in order …

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