Monthly Archives: January 2014
In honor of Squirrel Appreciation Day I wanted to take a moment to revisit a classic squirrel story from an episode of M*A*S*H. Hawkeye is telling Radar a story from his days at medical school: This happened while I was in my first year of medical school. I was taking an exam in anatomy. It […]
Passenger Seat relaxed and thought back to the wonderful memories of its trip to Hawaii for Christmas!
It is one of the worst kept secrets in Sacramento which most people in the general public weren’t aware of. Those “in the know” have kept it quiet for their own reasons: some for fear of retaliation by city officials and the City Council, and others because the revelation of the secret would mean acknowledging […]
Are those in charge of controlling the immigration across the southern US border in fact aiding and abetting the movement across that border of undocumented immigrants? Are these agents of the federal government aiding the “coyotes” who are hired to smuggle individuals into the country in violation of current immigration law? One judge in Texas […]
“Mediation” is a new short film by Writer/Director Francisco Lorite which will have its world premiere at the New Filmmakers LA event on January 11th at the AT&T Center in Los Angeles and also be screened on February 11th at the New Filmmakers event in New York City. The film tells the story of a […]