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Dome Pondering Celebrates 600

On Sunday, August 19th, 2012, Dome Pondering celebrates the milestone of six hundred posts since switching over to Blogger. After celebrating the big 500 in March (Dome Pondering Celebrates 500), this milestone will mark the shortest time between 100 post milestones the DP (pre-blogger as well) have ever had. This is quite the accomplishment, and very evident of the growth of this blog as well as the increased demand from you, the reader. As always with the DP milestones, the following are my favorite posts over the past hundred posts: 

Top Five Favorite Posts Over Last 100

1. What Does 27 Mean? - 5/25/12

2. Horror In Aurora: Where Are We Safe? - 7/20/12

3. Looking Death in the Face - 5/3/12

4. Looking Death in the Face (Again) - 5/11/12

5. Cursed? A Quick Knicks Rant Following Game 2 - 5/1/12

Recent Favorites

Dome Pondering Movie Review: Tower Heist (2011)

What is it about?  Building employees, who are victims of a wealthy tenant's Ponzi scheme, conspire and work together to rob what is left of the man's fortune to not only put him in jail, but to get revenge.  Who is in it?  Ben Stiller - Josh Kovaks Eddie Murphy - Slide Casey Affleck - Charlie Matthew Broderick - Mr. Fitzhugh

Quick Ponder: Daily Armor

Imagine, if we can see the dents and scratches, the smashes and chaos,  on the daily armor, each of us put on. Just imagine. 

Dome Pondering Movie Review: Hustle (2022)

What is it about? A long-time scout, Stanley Sugarman, grinds out the life of an NBA scout and the politics of the NBA by taking a chance on a prospect he believes in to change both of their lives.  Who is in it? Adam Sandler - Stanley Sugarman Juancho Hernangomez - Bo Cruz Queen Latifah - Teresa Sugarman Favorite Scene:   Kermit and Bo line up at center court and Kermit begins the trash talk to get inside of Bo's head, eventually taking him off his game.  Favorite Quote:   "I'll say one last inspirational thing to you: they can't kill you if you're already dead." Review:  Hustle sat on "My List" on my Netflix account for quite a long time. Parked on the couch in the middle of the night with a newborn, and jonesing for some hoops, I dove in on what I read (and heard from others) was a "really good film". I'll give away the suspense, I thought Hustle was decent. It felt too cliche and had little depth, but still, a really good film.  The