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Dripping wet PB&J

Last week was about WET photos. These photos are dripping.

“Spilled Milk” Photo By: Mike

 

Photo By: Christopher D. Bennett. www.photography139.com

 

I quietly pressed the red button knowing this is the 2nd to the last time I will be running the random theme machine. It worked as usual, running in circles until it faithfully printed out the theme:

 

“Hope”

 

Hope as a theme has unbound inspiration. Go find hope and take her picture. I shall await the results. I would ask her permission to take the photo first. 2010 – hope and Image Search.

As always it’s up to your interpretation, take and submit the photo in a week and If you submit it, I’ll post it. Submit at 52week@waxenmedia.com. FAQS

2nd Tuesday Review “Dirty Harry”

Something new to blog about. On the 2nd Tuesday of every month I’m going to review cut rate Blu-rays or DVDs that contain multiple movies hopefully below $10.  I’m probably not going to review the movies. I’ll give some details and my opinion.

1st review is of the Dirty Harry Collection on DVD for $5. It contains four movies: Dirty Harry, Magnum Force, The Enforcer and Sudden Impact. Only missing The Dead Pool, which most people could care less about.

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Dirty Harry is the name of a fictional San Francisco Police Department Homicide Division Inspector, “Dirty” Harry Callahan. Harry Callahan is famously shown wielding his Smith & Wesson Model 29 revolver and saying many one liners. “I know what you’re thinking: Did he fire six shots, or only five?”, “this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off”, “You’ve got to ask yourself a question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?”.  After the showing of the original Dirty Harry movie many wished to own or went out and purchased the  Smith & Wesson 29 revolver chambered in .44 Magnum.

Watch Dirty Harry, Magnum Force and The Enforcer. Skip Sudden Impact and the missing The Dead Pool. These movies were full of classic impossibilities. The raw appeal is too hard to pass up.  At $5 well worth collecting for anybody who loves a classic Eastwood and good ole cop flick.