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  1. Marcia Hernandez commented on Over the Hedge about 1 month ago

    The movie was cool. MacGyver meets Martian space detritus after discovering that it was and where it might be; that is the kick, and the somehow refashioned leftovers of keen minds’ enterprises. He had a LOT to work wit, starting with being a botanist. Popular Mechanics talks about the director, too; a special creation of a mother who pushed her kids to work out obstacles.

  2. Marcia Hernandez commented on Over the Hedge about 1 month ago

    As I see how fear of bad government galvanizes, at least enough to make us fantasize about being able to escape to the Hedge, I think of the countries where there is no Hedge …and all of this galvanization by 3:30 a.m. Pacific and Baja Mexican time. Viva La US and the East Coast, wherever you are.

  3. Marcia Hernandez commented on Over the Hedge 2 months ago

    Appreciate the reminders. By the time payday arrives, tomorrow, would’ve forgotten. The two other latest release dates were my birth date and my son’s. This release, not so easy to remember. — Groupie soaking up the news to look forward to.

  4. Marcia Hernandez commented on Committed 2 months ago

    Great. Love this. Funnny.

  5. Marcia Hernandez commented on Over the Hedge 3 months ago

    Power of the negative. Fear of losing one’s job, of being ugly . . . who knew it all could yield such capital, galvanize the fight for our stakes in the union like never before. How will this play out in the executive/legislative stage, to come after election night? Or will we get to the stage like in Mexico tonight, where there is a great debate about whether to celebrate the independence re-enactment or not. A cartoonist showed a Father Hidalgo actor with a paper grocery sack over his head, to hide that the person was participating in the celebration (i.e. supporting the government). Shall we get to that stage?

  6. Marcia Hernandez commented on Over the Hedge 3 months ago

    That image of the velvet ropes. Well said. RJ though would find his smitten groupies packed in tighter than a train station in Hungary if this were in the real world. We are all refugees looking for a leader, no matter how bold-smart aleck and bandit-eyed.

  7. Marcia Hernandez commented on Committed 3 months ago

    Good one. Very. Maybe a little more play napping and play playing, too.

  8. Marcia Hernandez commented on Over the Hedge 3 months ago

    Flash mob, Le Miz? Antlers, to the barricades! Hammy’s singing!!!

  9. Marcia Hernandez commented on Over the Hedge 4 months ago

    Stat. Statins. RJ vulnerable? Verne’s orbs say it all.

  10. Marcia Hernandez commented on Committed 5 months ago

    Not wearing my glasses that early in the a.m. Ironically, am working on a game where you can get ahead by imagining the plausible future: You win; yes, you’re right to doubt it will be here — the world’s work will be completely outsourced. Thank you for the proofreading now. Our “Comments” may still be out there floating around then. So glad I can actually fix it.

    Let me try this again:
    I can see at 400% magnification that on June 11, 2000 United Features Syndicate originally published it. All these are reprints, of course.
    I had to look up the year of 9/11 (2001) and, so, feel fearful that memory is so eroding :that I could not instantly recall the year, but did remember this cartoon when it first came out, for the innocence of the children on vacation. I had, though, remembered it as poignant when republished thereafter, with an elegy to the loss. (I hope I remembered THAT right. I work with the more elderly than me, and as to jumbling memory, I are they.)