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Man, I can’t wait for the future to get here:

Magic Highway USA

Found on the feeling inbetween

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From 1948. Young Frank Taylor loathes working at a shoe store, but discovers that he is doomed to hate any job unless he changes his attitude. After a motivational lecture by his high school guidance counselor, Frank looks forward to working the rest of his life selling shoes. Just like Al Bundy. I love this campy, kitschy stuff.

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A new documentary, The Evolution of Dad, comes out on Father’s Day and explores the changing meaning of being a father in today’s world:

A related article, also titled The Evolution of Dad, discusses the way in which men are asking the question, “What does it mean to be a dad today?” Fathers today want to be better dads than their fathers were, but they’re still working out what that should look like. Men are shifting from defining fatherhood as being the breadwinner to defining it as being a loving, present parent. But stay-at-home dads still struggle with feeling emasculated and wondering whether their role is appropriate.

Read the Whole Article Here

How do you think the role of father is changing?

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Can’t wait to see this. Starring Robert Duvall as a hermit, Bill Murray as a smooth talkin’ funeral home owner, and Sissy Spacek as Duvall’s love interest.

Check out the official Get Low movie website.

Read Variety’s review of it.

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Written by Woody Guthrie, sung by his cousin Jack Guthrie. Some awesome guitar picking in this song.

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