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This full frontal facial photo was taken in 2004 when I was 60. The photo was taken in Hobart Tasmania. With its light and shadow, its light side and its dark side, it is an appropriate photo to symbolize my lower and higher natures. Part of my nature reaches for academic, literary, and spiritual goals; another part gets caught-up with the world of … more

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reviewed Woody Allen: The 2012 Documentary. September 02, 2013
Woody Allen: The 2012 Documentary
Woody Allen: A Documentary: Parts 1 & 2       Part  1:       In the last two weeks, on two consecutive Sunday evenings, I watched a total of 2 hours …
MY NOTEBOOKS: AN INTRODUCTION IN THE FORM OF SEVERAL OUTLINES      OUTLINE #1:        Section 1:       This review, this overview, …
MY DIARY OR JOURNAL:       Preamble:       Part 1:       This essay has been written as AN INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME 6 OF MY …
 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS     Preamble-Part 1:       I began to put the following sequence of questions and answers together as I was about to retire from full-time …
THE ORINARILY ORDINARY and The Sadratu'l-Muntaha      Part 1:      Mordecai Richler(1931-2001)was a Canadian author, screenwriter and essayist. A leading Canadian …
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posted a Quick Tip about Robert S. McNamara, Marshall McLuhan,.... March 05, 2013
Robert S. McNamara, Marshall McLuhan, the Vietnam War--and Me
INDIVIDUAL CONSCIENCE    ----Not a simple subject----   Section 1:   Tonight I watched a 2009 doco entitled: The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon …
posted a Quick Tip about Robert S. McNamara, Marshall McLuhan,.... March 05, 2013
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April 30, 2010
Hello Ron!  I'm a now officially your personal Community Ambassador :) I noticed that you started a community, so I thought I'd stop by and lend a helping hand :) You should check out @devora's review - Setting Up & Maintaining Your Lunch Community 101 for some tips to get started. There are many great reviews in Community Founders on Lunch. Please don't hesitate to contact me with any community related questions!
 
August 22, 2009
Thanks, EcoMama. I shall keep your post up-my-slieve, so to speak, for the time when I want to move an item to a different data point. for now, I think I'll just leave my posts as they are.-Ron Price, Tasmania
 
August 21, 2009
Hello Ron, I noticed you wanted to know how to move a review to a different data point. I'll gladly give you some directions! First click on the review title of the one you want to move. Right under the title headline you'll see two buttons, Edit and Actions. Hover over Actions and click on Move Review. It will ask you to type in the data point you want to move it to, so type in Alfred Hitchcock. It will then give you several data points with that name, click on the one that says 'A movie director' under it. It will ask you, Are you sure you want to move the review? Click on the green Move button. You should be all set! I hope that helps, let me know if you need anything else :)
 
July 28, 2009
I'm off to have my "Lunch," or rather-brunch-down in the kitchen before going out to entertain some folks in an aged-care facility here in Australia's oldest town--George Town: 1804.-Ron Price, Australia
 
June 13, 2009
This post has received a good deal of comment on the internet and justifiably so--for this TV program was a brilliant analysis of Kubrick's personality.-Ron
 
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