Al Pacino revisits flop of his career.

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Not many leading actors would come out to support their biggest movie flop over three decades, but Al Pacino has always been special. Pacino signed off a 34-film retrospective of his work at New York City’s Quad Cinema by making an appearance at a special screening of his 1985 historical drama, “Revolution.” Made for $28 million, considered a sizable budget in the 1980s, “Revolution” is set against the backdrop of the Revolutionary War and grossed barely over $350,000, according to Box Office Mojo. But Pacino, 77, remains proud of the…

Rec league player called in as Blackhawks emergency goalie.

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Rec league player and accountant Scott Foster answered the call as the Chicago Blackhawks emergency goalie and movie-esque magic ensues…         Please follow and like us:

Cat’s reaction to tornado alarm.

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Cat’s reaction to tornado alarm is priceless. Cat’s Reaction to Tornado Warning System Please follow and like us:

Song of the day: Birdhouse In Your Soul by They Might Be Giants

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Birdhouse In Your Soul – They Might Be Giants I’m your only friend   I’m not your only friend But I’m a little glowing friend  But really I’m not actually your friend But I am Blue canary in the outlet by the light switch   Who watches over you Make a little birdhouse in your soul Not to put too fine a point on it   Say I’m the only bee in your bonnet Make a little birdhouse in your soul I have a secret to tell  From my electrical well It’s a…