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A look at SeventeenPeople.com: A modest tribute and deconstruction of one episode of The West Wing

SeventeenPeople dot com is A modest tribute and deconstruction of one episode of West Wing

One of my favorite shows is “The West Wing,” and as much as I may be a super-fan, designer John White has taken it one step further.

With SeventeenPeople.com, White has created a wonderful “live infographic” about one of the best and most classic “non-Dire-Straits-featuring episodes” of “The West Wing” – an hour of television known as “17 People.”

The episode itself, at its core, is about Toby learning the President has M.S. While everything else may be going on around them, this is the central point which, when it aired, had a great impact on what followed.

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The Big Chill is a movie about Love, Loss and Friendship with some very Transcendent Quotes

The Big Chill Movie 1983

How many movies can claim to have a star studded cast, an amazing soundtrack, and a football game named after them? One: The Big Chill.

Released September 30, 1983 starring Tom Berenger, Glenn Close, Jeff Goldblum, William Hurt, Kevin Kline, Mary Kay Place, Meg Tilly, and JoBeth Williams, The Big Chill is about a group seven college friends reuniting following the untimely death of one of their friends in South Carolina. It’s about an extended weekend with estranged friends, with explorations of life, death, money, loss, gain, sex, and love.

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A Book Review of Preston Tucker A Biography: The Indomitable Tin Goose by Charles T. Pearson

Preston Tucker A Biography

I saw my first Tucker at the America On Wheels Museum in Allentown, Pa., a few years ago. With just that taste, I found a thirst for more knowledge of this mesmerizing car, and I’m not what you would call a car guy.

This lead me to a the movie directed by Francis Ford Coppola and starring Jeff Bridges as Preston Tucker in Tucker: The Man and His Dream. But the movie wasn’t enough, and I later ended up receiving Preston Tucker A Biography: The Indomitable Tin Goose by Charles T. Pearson as a gift from my family.

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