Archive | April 20, 2017

Amazon’s FREE ‘Look Inside’ Gives You A Chance To Checkout The ‘Central Pain Syndrome’ Book Online.

by Anura Guruge


Central Pain Syndrome book

Click to ENLARGE and see what ‘Look Inside’ will show you of the ‘Central Pain Syndrome’ book. Use link below to see MORE using the FREE ‘Look Inside’ feature.


Click here to read MORE, for FREE,
using Amazon’s ‘Look Inside’ feature.


The eBook, though Kindle, can be READ ANYWHERE … you can read it on ANY Web Browser.


Reading Kindle eBook on a Web Browser.

In this case Google’s Chrome.

But, it works with all Web Browsers.

Central Pain Syndrome Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader

Click to ENLARGE and see how the Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader works.


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by Anura Guruge


‘The Ticket’ (2015) Movie: Predictable But Sobering, Modern Day, Non-Religious Parable That Wasn’t All That Great.

by Anura Guruge


Click image to access IMDb.com listing.


We watched it, without knowing ANYTHING about it, because I mistook the actor on the ‘poster’ (shown above) for ‘Matthew’ from ‘Downton Abbey‘.

He is NOT ‘Matthew’ but he does, on occasion, bear an uncanny resemblance.

This is NOT a ‘B-movie’. If anything it is like a D-movie.

Slightly interesting story BUT extremely predictable. You knew what would happen in the end, though you hoped they wouldn’t subject you to it.

Slightly sobering and it does carry a message.

I was worried it was going to a ‘God movie’. It wasn’t, though God does get mentioned.

The title refers to a fairly well-known ‘joke’ THOUGH I can say it better!

Not recommending it. Just documenting it because I did watch it.


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THE Circus. Ringling Brothers/Barnum & Bailey, Coming To Manchester, NH, For The Very Last Time This Friday.

by Anura Guruge


Click image to access the ‘SNHU Arena’ Website.


circus

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This is going to be SAD.

Yes, of course, we have tickets. {SMILE}

We have been going to this circus, in Manchester, without fail, for the last 7 or 8 years. It was a cherished annual ritual.

I will miss it. It was always fun. Often quite the spectacle.

Yes, we noticed that the audience size kept on shrinking. I worried that they would stop coming to New Hampshire. Never expected them to close shop altogether. Ironically there has been a RUN on the tickets for this last appearance. Typical.

I suspect ‘they’ will be back, in a few years, under another name with a scaled-down operation.

Of course I will let you know how it was.


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