It’s No Problem Having a Love/Hate Relationship on The Joker

In my view the fiction character The Joker is loved and hated by most fans who know him. It’s natural to be entertained by him. Anyway we always liked his crazy zany ways. I think it’s no problem having a love/hate relationship of The Joker. We all grow up loving and hating him. It’s in his nature to be most hated. He entertains us. He is funny. He is interesting and fascinating. He fascinates us. He is a criminal we all hate and love at the same time, but we learn to hate him all the time. So, don’t be ashamed if you like The Joker, and it’s not your fault. But, if you act like him, then it is and will be your fault in real life. Just be entertained by him without any harm to the fans all around the globe. I like the Joker. Just enjoy his antics like we all do. He is only fiction and not real.

March 30, 2016

I saw all of season 5 of Game of Thrones. Now I am starting to watch the TV show series Homeland. I only saw the first episode.

I was busy at my home most of the time. I worked architecture plans on my dad’s computer, and then did my homework in the online writing class. I am much better in my writing. I think you will now seem to understand what I write now. After this class I will be going to four more online classes. two of them are about learning to publish my works.

I didn’t see Criminal Minds these past few weeks, but will catch up on it. I was too busy with my writing class. I was watching The Flash, and Daredevil. These are new shows.

I saw some scenes of the movies The Godfather trilogy, and American Gangster. I remember how much fun it was to watch them back in the 80’s, and still is for me. I understand why The Godfather III had to be an epilogue. It was all about Michael Corleone’s downfall. Michael Corleone’s pain and his defeat had to be when they murdered his only daughter when she is still a teen. He feels the pain many years later, and dies of old age. I understand that these three movies are complete in my viewpoint. Anyone who doesn’t think so they don’t get it. It was the only way that Michael Corleone, even if most fans don’t think so, that he has to be inflicted with pain for what damages he brought to the innocent people. I still like the fiction character Michael Corleone very much, and  I never forget him. He wasn’t a real hero, but a great criminal icon in Mario Puzo’s novel, The Godfather. I love watching these films.

I would also love to watch the TV show series The Sopranos. I will start from the first season to watch and then finish watching the next seasons. It fascinates me how these criminal gangsters, and drug lords work the illegal criminal business. I lke very much reading books about the drug cartels.

Well, I will be writing-off, and signing-off! Till the next post adventure, my friends! Remember, be safe, be kind to everyone, respect people, and behave! ❤ 🙂

 

 

Throwback Thursday-American Gangster (2007)

My second favorite movie is American Gangster. Read the review. An excellent well done movie!

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There is something about crime and criminals that seems fascinating to an audience. It’s as if the audience is living vicariously and getting the high of doing something they know is wrong via the character on-screen.

In the 1960’s & 1970’s, New York City drug kingpin Frank Lucas, revolutionized the drug trade by cutting out the  middleman and finding unique ways of smuggling his products into the country while avoiding the law.

In 2007, a film was made about Frank Lucas. Named American Gangster, it starred Denzel Washington as the notorious drug kingpin and Russell Crowe as Richie Roberts, the cop who is trying to bring Frank Lucas to justice.

This movie is an old-fashioned police vs. criminal story with riveting characters and a tense plot that keeps the audience on their toes. Director Ridley Scott anchors the film with the two main characters, each believing his…

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3 Quotes – Flannery O’Connor

Read Flannery O’Connor’s quotes! I love her quotes and am inspired by them. I’m sure they will inspire you, as well.

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Flannery O’Connor, American writer
(born: Mary Flannery O’Connor)

born:
March 25, 1925 in Savannah, Georgia, USA

died:
August 3, 1964, in Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia, USA

known for (among others):
Wise Blood, The Violent Bear it Away: short story collections

I am a writer because writing is the thing I do best.
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The writer should never be ashamed of staring. There is nothing that does not require his attention.
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The writer operates at a peculiar crossroads where time and place and eternity somehow meet. His problem is to find that location.

Which is your favourite quote by Flannery O’Connor?


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March 25, 2016

Today I have class. I will be studying and how to improve my craft of writing.

The game yesterday in Men’s basketball of the Miami Hurricanes v. Villanova that I think that Miami should have won that game. I know that Villanova is better than us right now, but I think that Miami has the talent to beat that team, and they should have won the game, but has played lousy. On the one hand I am glad that the Miami Hurricanes are a great team, because of them going to the sweet sixteen. But they could have gone to the final four this year, but next year they’ll make it up for it.

I was watching Game of Thrones yesterday and saw three episodes of season 5.

I will be writing-off, and signing-off! Till the next post adventure, my friends! Be safe, be kind to others, and behave! ❤ 🙂

My Advice Quotes #21

“I have a different approach of conquering your innocent fears. If you fear of anything innocent, don’t think of overcoming it, just erase it, forget about it, and lead your positive life. It is the only way you will live in peace.”

-Raul Conde (Writer)