Out of the Blue

So March is upon us, the month that's said to come in like a lion and go out like a lamb. As I look out on the frozen tundra I can only hope this is the case. As I often point out, this saying always reminds me of John Belushi's marvelous rant on SNL Weekend Update back in 1976. Here's the quote I first posted from this a couple of years ago: "There's a country where March hops in like a kangaroo, it stays a kangaroo for a while, and then it becomes a smaller kangaroo. Then for a couple of days it's sort of a cross between a frilled lizard and a common housecat. Then it changes back into a smaller kangaroo, and then it goes out like a wild dingo. And it's not Australia! Now you'd think it would be Australia, but it's not!"

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eRe4s3r wrote on Mar 1, 2021, 13:42:
Steele Johnson wrote on Mar 1, 2021, 13:11:
When movies like Nomadland win awards, you know we're in a pandemic

Legit never even heard of it until now, and after reading the synopsis I think that should have stayed that way

I'll never watch that movie, but listening to the SlashFilmcast review it was highly entertaining.
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