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Tony Catano
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Tony is a software programmer by day... and a tired software programmer by night.
Tony is a software programmer by day... and a tired software programmer by night.

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Thems nachos! Cheese, onion, tomato, jalapeño, and lots of homemade guac! Happy lunching, y'all! :)
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Thank you for the delicious dinner, Ant. Pork tenderloin topped with sauerkraut. Buttered broccoli and cauliflower on the side. :)
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It's a beautiful, sunny, 80F day here in Dallas, so of course the girls demanded we take them to the park. :)

Hope y'all are having a great weekend.

#AlexisAndKrystle
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2/18/17
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Hugh, I'm flattered, but do we really have to go through this every Valentine's Day? You're married. I'm married. I'm sorry, but it's just not going to happen.

(Valentine photo card from +Hugh Jackman may have been slightly altered by yours truly.) ;) ;) :D
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Movie Review Monday

Due to a very busy schedule last week, I didn't get a chance to watch a movie. In lieu of a new movie review, I give you one from around this time last year. Enjoy your movie watching, everyone! :)
Movie Review Monday

Stonehearst Asylum (2014) - Loosely based on an Edgar Allan Poe short story, this thriller is set near the end of the 19th century and begins with a young English doctor arriving at an asylum where he means to take apprenticeship. The film had a brooding, gothic feel right from the start, appropriate for this type of film. And the cast -- which included Kate Beckinsale, Ben Kingsley, and Michael Caine -- did a fine job with their roles. And the story itself took some interesting and entertaining turns. But the film seemed to rely too much on setting up for the next plot turn, sacrificing a more believable and thus more gripping story in the process. A more mature tone might have helped make it a better film, but that was probably something given up for the PG-13 rating. Overall, not a bad movie, but it could have been better. I'd give it a 6 out of 10.
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Mmmm... chicken fingers...
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2/13/17
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Interfaith religious leaders here in Texas gathered yesterday to speak out against SB6. Here's hoping it doesn't pass.

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This place = good tacos! I recommend the spicy pork. :)
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2/9/17
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If someone on your feed is being irrational, you may consider employing these social media error codes to save everyone's time. Err 4.0 is kind of poetic. ;)

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Movie Review Monday

The Finest Hours (2016) - In 1952, after an oil tanker off the coast of Massachusetts suffers a devastating accident during a fierce storm, a small Coast Guard crew sets off in the middle of the storm to attempt a rescue of the tanker’s crewmen. Based on true events, this action film turns out to also be a decent drama. There aren’t any major surprises in the plot, but there also aren’t any major faults with the film in general. Some might see the immersion into the 1950’s atmosphere as a bit overdone. While that may be true to a degree, I welcomed the escapism. The film does have somewhat of slow start. But that is a minor point compared to the things the movie does rather well, which include the cinematography, set designs, and the endearing roles played by Chris Pine and Casey Affleck. Additionally, the scenes involving the tanker and the rescue ship are especially riveting. If you’re in the mood for a classic rescue film, you might give this one a try. I'd give it a 9 out of 10.
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