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Caleb Sherriff
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I'm Caleb. I write things online about pop culture and stuff. I have a blog called Musings From Another Star and write The Zeppulian
I'm Caleb. I write things online about pop culture and stuff. I have a blog called Musings From Another Star and write The Zeppulian

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#GuidedByVoices are one of my favourite bands of the 1990s.

So naturally I decided to cover one of their #songs. Have a listen, it's only a minute and half long (literally).

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And so we come to the black sheep of the #JamesBond franchise, George Lazenby & Timothy Dalton.

With three films between them, they didn't have much chance to leave a mark on the character but they did look dashing in their tuxedos.

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And so we say farewell to Roger Moore's #JamesBond  with his final two films, Octopussy and A View to a Kill.

While I enjoyed his run, he might have overstayed his welcome.

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In the second post on Roger Moore's run on #JamesBond , I examined his middle three films as the 1970s gave way to the 1980s.

From the highs of The Spy Who Loved Me to the lows of Moonraker and the meh of For Your Eyes Only, it was a bit of a roller-coaster.

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I decided to do a second #JamesBond month.

And we start with the first of three articles on Roger Moore's lengthy run as the world's most famous secret agent.

Judging by his first two films, he was the most 70s spy who ever spied.

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Book 2 of #LegendofKorra  gets a bad rep, and it is an uneven season, but there's so much great stuff in there that it deserves a rewatch.

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A great fight scene like in #StarWars  or  #Daredevil  is more than just lightsabers clashing or guys punching each other.

It helps tell the story.

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Let's talk about TV theme songs.

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I decided to tackle the web of interpersonal relationships in #LegendofKorra 's first season. There might be a lot to get into.

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Some people seem to dismiss high fantasy for not 'realistic' but fantasy doesn't need to be gritty in order to feel real.

I might have written a long post about this...
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