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Gilbert Speaks on the 2017 Film, “Life”

4 Apr

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I’ve heard bad reviews about this film, and a few likes, but I’ve always been the type of person that had to see the film for themselves. I’ve learned over time that films are like fine wine. While I don’t enjoy the full bodied reds, I do enjoy the Zinfandels and Pinot Noirs. My daughter and I headed to the Deptford Eight on Sunday to see the science fiction horror film directed by Daniel Espinosa. Did I enjoy Life? Find out after the jump. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on Mars a National Geographic Series

22 Nov

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When people ask me what I want to be when I grow up…yes I know that I’m old, but that doesn’t mean that I’ve grown up….I tell them that I want to be an astronaut. I’ve wanted to travel into space ever since the era of Moon landings back in the day. The closest I’ve ever gotten to the real thing was in Disney World’s Mission Space. I keep sending applications to NASA but they’re just not ready for a 69 year old granny. My next project is to convince Elon Musk to allow me to ride on one of his Space X rockets. One can dream, right? Continue reading