Category Archives: DVDs

July 21, 2011 – The final season.

The RID project is down to its last 10 days. The final season, as it were. So, what a great day to give away the final season of Seinfeld. Over the next 9 days, I’ll be getting RID of 9 … Continue reading

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July 17, 2011 – On originalism.

Ah – the unexpected Star Wars RID. I, like most people in my age group, loved the original. And yes, Empire? Clearly the best of the series. So, it makes sense that I’d want to own these movies, and share … Continue reading

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July 13, 2011 – A few good men.

I’ve never really been a fan of Tom Cruise. But, I have to admit..when he brings it…as he did in this movie? Pretty darned impressive. So, today I RID a movie I remember well. After all, who can’t quote the … Continue reading

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July 12, 2011 – Dogma.

The RID project has changed my way in a substantial way about the ownership of content. Today, I give away Dogma. (Seemed appropriate.) It’s a movie I love. I know I’ll watch again. I’ll wanna share with someone. But – … Continue reading

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July 11, 2011 – David Cross.

If the next person who gets this DVD gets half the laughs I do from David Cross….it’ll be worth it. One of just a handful of comedians who portrays current events in the light they need to be seen in, … Continue reading

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July 4, 2011 – Corporations could learn from this movie.

I love this movie. Multiple comedians tell the same joke. When you watch it, you hear the same joke…over and over and over again. So why is it so funny? It’s because each comedian finds his/her way of telling it. … Continue reading

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July 2, 2011 – Something about Mary.

Great movie. ‘Nuff said. But I’ve seen it. Several times. My guess? I might watch it 2 more times in my lifetime…just to share with other people. And that, dear friends, is why we have Netflix. Goodbye.

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