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About a week ago I woke up and got out of the RV, which I've had parked on the same street for the better part of the last five months. To my surprise there was ANOTHER RV in front of mine. It was a lot older, but about the same size.

I went to lunch, and as I returned I saw a man getting into the RV.

"Hi! Welcome to the neighborhood," I said jokingly.


On Lights Out!

Lets Watch

After a month long exposure to the darker side of the human imagination, I have decided to cleanse my mind. I really wanted to keep watching all the other movies that I had picked out and were recommended to me, but I just couldn't take it anymore. I needed something positive, colorful, cheerful, and uplifting. Something that would take my eyes off of the shadows and focus on the light. Whats that you say? Pixar has been making animations like this for decades? (I never said that) Oh yea, I remember them. Lets watch one that I haven't seen yet.

UP is not a movie for children. This movie has a huge amount of themes that are too deep for kids to deal with and should not be delving into at such an early age. I would actually classify this as an adult drama film with cartoon camoflauge. While I watched this, I noticed that this entire film is about one mans journey through the 5 stages of grief. I will explain below and want you to look out for them while you watch it as well!

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