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I’m a good sharer

A couple of years ago, I shared the scariest movie I have ever seen —

The Town that Dreaded Sundown

town that dreaded sundownI still have the emotional scars to prove it.

While perusing the new February offerings on Netflix today, what movie jumped out at me in the Horror section?

Mr. Pillowcase Face himself.

Now, I have no desire to ever watch this movie again. I’ve had all the sleepless nights due to this movie that I need for one lifetime.

But if you’re a horror movie buff — and a Netflix streaming member — now’s your chance.

If you need to join my support group afterward, you know where to find me.

So cool

When I was walking through baggage claim tonight in Terminal C at LaGuardia, I noticed a little boy — four or to five years of age, I’m guessin? — who was closely examining the wall-mounted water fountain.

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His father stood patiently to one side as his son pushed the button again and again, seemingly fascinated by the stream of water he was summoning forth.

“That is so cool,” the boy said.

“It is really cool,” his dad replied.

And then we all smiled at each other and shared the moment, which was really cool, too.

So proud

I often jokingly refer to Facebook as ‘brag book’ since we all use it to share favorite photos and stories.

But there is such a thing as oversharing.

Ask Isaiah Cutler.

Cutler and two teens robbed a local Pittsburgh market of $8,000 worth of cash, cigarettes, candy and checks.  An hour later, he felt compelled to share pics of them proudly displaying their stash on his Facebook page.

Now Cutler is in jail, and his friends have been charged in juvenile court.

Cutler’s family, meanwhile, is changing his Facebook privacy settings.