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Twenty for Twenty: Heart and Souls

The world has changed a lot since 1993. On the 20th of each month, Twenty for Twenty takes us back to the best of 1993 and shares some gems that are gone, but shouldn’t be forgotten. If reminiscing is your thing, feel free to check out my Ten for Ten or Thirty for Thirty posts — which are literally the exact same gimmick cheaply repurposed for a combination of my own amusement and laziness.

What if I told you we could put Charles Grodin, Kyra Sedgwick, and Robert Downey Jr. into the same room and watch them perform onscreen for two hours? You’d probably have to google two of those three names like I did. But luckily 1993 beat you to the punch, and produced the heart and soul warming movie, Heart and Souls.

If Downey had made this movie ten years later it would've been called Heart and Souls and a Coke Problem.

If Downey had made this movie ten years later it would’ve been called Heart and Souls and a Coke Problem.

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30 in 30, Day 23: Bed, Bath, to Infinity, and Beyond!

It dawns on me that for all the jokes and pomp surrounding my summer cover shoot for the Bed, Bath, and Beyond circular, that I haven’t actually posted the photos from that shoot. Since technically I don’t own the rights to the photos, here are photos of the circular, which are public domain (thank you, one semester of copyright law in college).

Hide yo kids, hide yo wife.
Dustin

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