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We watched The Lost City last night starring Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum, and Daniel Radcliffe. Brad Pitt was in it, but for maybe five or ten minutes tops, so I don’t count him. The story was okay, if a little formulaic and predictable. I thought it was trying too hard to be funny when it really wasn’t and that was frustrating. Seeing Radcliffe as a bad guy was a little odd. Even he was trying to be funny and it just didn’t work for him. If you want to watch a movie but not sure what to watch, then this would be a good pick as it didn’t try too hard to make you think. I liked that Sandra Bullock’s character wanted to write historical books but couldn’t get her book published so she changed to romance novels.

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…and that should bother me, but it doesn’t.

I never liked using it, even college. I only used it because there were some professors who were anal about everyone using it, so when I left college I never used it again.

I know there’s some people who still use it and go bat poop crazy when it’s not used, but guess what? I don’t care. If it bothers you, use it in your own writing.

I was going to write something more profound about me not using the Oxford, but I can’t think of anything, so I’ll leave you with my stubborn tantrum like statement and leave it at that.

So there.

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