LIH Editorial: 9/17-9/22

17 Sep

WEEKLY HOUSEKEEPING:

Regarding last week’s editorial poll it’s possible that the writer stumped the site and viewing audience with a fun film trivia game. If you felt challenged, overwhelmed, or defeated by these circumstances we’re sorry. We like to do something different from time to time. To those who played along thank you. This week we hope you feel less frustrated with our poll on historical docudramas.  Plus we will explain more in depth our discussion scheduling in this editorial. So let’s get started.

You might have noticed that we provide a scheduling note in the top left corner of the webpage that specifies that:

Every Tues and Thurs we
 discuss our recent articles
@7pm E/ 12 UTC
 or post your comments anytime!”

This event would constitute our LIH signature “Regular Scheduled Discussion.”

The only times when you should not expect this schedule to be upheld is when we have “open discussions.”  You will notice that a wider term of commenting will occur yet will likely not confirm to the usual Tuesday night or Thursday site events alone.  This is what this notice might otherwise look like:

Please join us for an open discussion Wednesday 9/5/2012-Friday 9/7/2012

Other than longer terms of responses we hope the comments will remain as provocative as usual regarding feature film entertainment.

POLL:

Seems that there has been some debate at LIH regarding what makes appealing actors in regard to historical films?  Maybe you can help resolve the disagreements?

SCHEDULE OF ARTICLES:

  • MondayDiscovery of The World’s First Colour Film by Ozzie
  • Tuesday-article discussion
  • Wednesday“Drama and the DVD cover” by Comic Relief
  • Thursday-article discussion
  • Friday– Movie Buzz
  • Saturday-Hollywood Take 2
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5 Responses to “LIH Editorial: 9/17-9/22”

  1. Comic Relief September 17, 2012 at 7:52 AM #

    It’s okay that it did not make the poll, but I like to see progressive improvements in animal training. You might have noticed animals (horses and dogs) take an enormous beating in westerns of the past. Here’s an example of that far more sensitive training of animals.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/kikopup

  2. Comic Relief September 18, 2012 at 2:11 AM #

    Just to illustrate that animals sometimes have feelings about what they are doing, here’s a dog “arguing” about taking a bath.

  3. Open Book September 18, 2012 at 6:38 PM #

    I swear I heard the dog say NO!! LOL!! This is so cute CR!!

    • parisienne September 18, 2012 at 6:57 PM #

      OB,

      You heard correctly because I heard it too. The dog did say “No.” That’s a cute vid, thanks for posting it CR!

      • Open Book September 18, 2012 at 7:04 PM #

        Hahaha! I’m glad u heard it too.

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