Yearly Archives: 2011

The Pot calling the Kettle Black…

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything…mostly theater reviews.  However, I feel led to give my opinion on a certain matter.  I’ve been doing a lot of research lately on mortgage backed securities and the current real estate/foreclosure problems

Posted in Life, The Law

No S*x Please, We’re British

Growing up, I was a big fan of British comedies on PBS; I watched them all the time. Fawlty Towers, Monty Python, The Vicar of Dibley, Red Dwarf, the list goes on. New shows came out on a regular basis.

Posted in Theater Reviews

Where does that leave the HOA?

I was reviewing some information and came across some interesting issues regarding liens and HOAs.  It seems that when the builder is working the house and before the home is actually sold the HOA establishes its lien.  So essentially they

Posted in The Law


One wouldn’t believe that a play centered on a nephew’s death vigil for his aunt would inspire laughter but that is exactly what was served up during Amphibian Stage Production’s presentation of this Morris Panych play. “VIGIL” was a darkly

Posted in Theater Reviews

Over the River and Through the Woods

Family. Or more importantly, TENGO FAMILIA (Keep the family), is what Artisan Center Theater offers up with OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS. A large helping of family with a heaping side of laughter. The warmth with which the

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Tuna Does Vegas

TUNA DOES VEGAS…and the Greater Lewisville Community Theater (GLCT) DOES TUNA. Not only does GLCT do TUNA, they do TUNA well. TUNA DOES VEGAS is the 4th play in the GREATER TUNA series created by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and

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Anything Goes

Anything Goes by the Stolen Shakespeare Guild was truly “Delovely”. The fun began the moment the lights dimmed for the beginning of the musical. The cast paraded out to the spot light, one at a time, introducing themselves with their

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You get what you pay for…

I was doing some work in the office and I found an old intake sheet from a potential client for a bankruptcy.  I decided to look up to see if that client had found another attorney.  A little background on

Posted in Bankruptcy, Life

Reality Fix

I recently read an article in Money magazine’s August issue called The Financial Fix.  The premise “These late-in-life parents want to retire at the same time they’ll be paying three college tuition bills. Can they do it?”  I was a

Posted in Bankruptcy, Life

Been there….Done that

Hollywood has missed the mark.  I hate remakes.  To me, remaking a movie, screams “lack of originality”.  I know I know.  Maybe you can make it better or place your ‘stamp’ on it.  Bottom line is, it is still a remake. 

Posted in Life