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Tuesday, January 08, 2008

The Bourne Congruency

I have to say, I am particularly proud of my Mr. Teacher column on this week. As many of you know, I am a television/movie fanatic. So I seize any chance I get to write plot descriptions for fake movies and TV shows that are based on actual movies and TV shows!

In the column this week, I suggest a few filler shows and movies for the gap that has been created due to the writers' strike. There are takeoffs on Die Hard, the A-Team, and the Bourne franchise, among others.

Check it out, and if you like it, please leave a comment!

1 comment:

Kent Fischer said...


I'm writing because I've been lurking on your blog for a while, and we’re about to launch a new project that could use your expertise.

On Tuesday, Jan. 15, The Morning News will begin publishing a new blog devoted exclusively to Dallas ISD.

But it’s more than a blog. It’s a chance to collaborate with the reporters who cover the district for The Morning News.

You can supplement our work with personal experiences about district issues. You can assist by collecting information, contributing interesting links, examining district documents or introducing us to different points of view. You can start a conversation, comment on our reports or those of local bloggers. How you participate is up to you. Heck, we might even let you write a story, if you know of a good one that nobody else is covering.

Our goal is to improve the paper’s coverage of Dallas ISD by creating a living “social network” of people who know the district. Folks like teachers, parents, administrators, activists, students. By tapping their collective knowledge and expertise, we’re hoping to improve and enrich our reporting on all things DISD.

The blog goes public on Tuesday. But you can get a sneak peak now. If you are interested in joining our DISD network, or just want more information, send us a note back.

We hope to see you there. And we hope you pitch in.

Kent Fischer
Dallas Morning News