THIS WEEK'S DEAR JOHN LETTER!
My wife and I recently celebrated our 15th wedding anniversary. I bought her a dozen roses on the day of our anniversary, but we got into an argument when she saw the price tag on the side of the packaging. She was quite upset that the flowers came from a gas station. We've been together fifteen years. I should get credit for even getting her something, but she told me she was disappointed that I didn't put more effort into a gift and the weekend. Was she right for being upset about this? Does it really matter where the flowers came from? Am I right?
Bargain Hunting Husband
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Showtime is not moving forward with a documentary on disgraced comedian Louis C.K. The feature-length doc was announced by Paramount Global last summer. Caroline Suh, who previously directed Netflix documentary “Blackpink: Light Up the Sky,” about K-Pop superstars Blackpink, was set to helm the project about C.K., which was billed as examining the comedian and his downfall as well as the wider #MeToo movement. It is unclear whether the documentary will land somewhere else.
Just in time for the original film’s 30-year anniversary, Disney is developing “Hocus Pocus 3”. The beloved franchise stars Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy, and Sarah Jessica Parker as a trio of Salem witches. The announcement follows last year’s “Hocus Pocus 2”, which reunited the central stars 29 years after the release of director Kenny Ortega’s 1993 original, and broke streaming records for Disney+.
Mark Hamill is ready to be done with ‘Luke Skywalker’, the iconic role that made him a household name. In an interview with “CBS Sunday Morning”, the 71-year-old explained that he is grateful for all the happiness the character brought to fans, but he doesn’t “see any reason to” play Skywalker again. He feels the Star Wars team has “so many stories to tell, they don’t need Luke anymore”. He did, however, leave some wiggle room, noting that he is a believer in the saying “never say never”.
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Remember the classic hippie-era Volkswagen bus? Well, because no ones a reboot more than the auto industry, the automaker has revived its groovy 1960s-era VW Volkswagen T1, also known as the Microbus and the Transporter. Except this time, it’s electric. Last year, Volkswagen unveiled the ID Buzz, a retro-styled electric van, and now, the North American version has been revealed, and though it features 3 rows of seats, it’s still shorter than a traditional minivan. The iconic Microbus was introduced in 1949, and in North America, it became associated with the Hippie movement. But the Bus also provided transportation for large families long before the front-wheel-drive minivan was invented by Chrysler in the 1980s. The NEW ID Buzz features an electric motor capable of producing 282 horsepower, more than 10 times the power of an early VW Bus. Prices start at US $40,000 LINK: https://www.vw.ca/en/models/id-buzz.html
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✓ Nail biting has been associated with a better immune system because of the exposure to germs that causes your body to build antibodies.
✓ Queen Victoria survived at least 8 assassination attempts.
✓ You can’t work in Antarctica unless you’ve had your wisdom teeth and appendix removed.
✓ In 2006, CNN listed Mark Zuckerberg and the founder of Netflix (Reed Hastings) among the “10 People Who Don’t Matter.”
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