What’s so bad about feeling good?

Was there a movie that appealed to your adolescent tastes which now seems, well, pretty bad?

Mark Evanier is a writer (for TV, books and comics) whose blog I follow regularly. He recently blogged about an experience watching the movie “The Art Of Love,” starring James Garner and Dick Van Dyke. Evanier saw the movie as a 13-year-old when it first…

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Author of “Dislike: Faith and Dialogue in the Age of Social Media,” available at http://www.lakeneuron.com/dislike

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Author of “Dislike: Faith and Dialogue in the Age of Social Media,” available at http://www.lakeneuron.com/dislike

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