What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions
Finally, after weeks of anticipation, the Second Disaster Blog-A-Thon is here! Hosted by Pale Writer and Dubsism, this is a celebration of all the grand “big screen” ways to die. To that end, there’s really no better time for such a celebration than the birthday of the disaster movie king Irwin Allen, which happened on June 12th, 1916.
You can see all the details in the announcement post, but really this blog-a-thon is exactly what is purports to be…all about all things “disaster.” If you’re aren’t contributing, then please enjoy all the fine reading which will be available, and make sure to like, share, and comment!
With that, let’s get to the guts of this event…the contributions!
Let the survivors enjoy the spoils!
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Hi! My post is now live:
Here it is Noah’s Ark:
Sorry for the last minute entry, but here’s my review of ‘Point of Origin’!
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