Jacquel Rassenworth on the 40th anniversary of Star Wars

I already know some people will hate me for saying this, but I’m not a fan of Star Wars.

There. I said it. Did I burst into flames? No, I didn’t. Yet so many other people I know like Star Wars, and they didn’t shy away from making me watch the Star Wars movies every chance they got. (That also included the prequels, which I hated!)

I already gave out some scathing reviews of The Force Awakens and Rogue One, but I should give out a review of the original Star Wars movie. That won’t be until later, when I have watched the movie in its entirety.

I’ll see you tonight with the review. I won’t promise to be nice about it either.

Jacquel Rassenworth on Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol 2

Well, this just got interesting.

So, last night, I go to watch Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol 2 and guess what? Nobody else went to the movies with me! I’ll show them who’s the boss when they get back. Nobody turns down a movie invitation from Jacquel Rassenworth. NOBODY!

With that out of the way, lets just say that because of this movie, I’m more than ready for Avengers: Infinity Wars. There’s no other way for me to say it. When all ghe heores show up to take down Thanos, I swear that I will cheer along with the rest of the world. Isn’t that great?

Oh, and I have to buy the new soundtrack to the movie soon.

Anyway, I gotta call this one and force Shar and Maddy to get off their butts and watch Guardians of thr Galaxy with me. And I’m not taking “no” for an answer either!

Jacquel Rassenworth does the Super Bowl

Once again, my family’s torn between the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots. I’m sure that Tom Brady (perhaps a cousin of the Brady Bunch?) will lead the Patriots to victory even though my dad and Matt think the Falcons and their leader might have a shot at victory, so we’ll have to wait and see who wins.

Also, Lady Gaga had better ger her act togther, as I’m still not happy with her performance last year. Her halftime show had better be good or I’m not listening to her music anymore.

Jacquel Rassenworth on Mary Tyler Moore 

Well, it was too good to be true.

This morning, I found out that Mary Tyler Moore had died. It’s a sad day for everyone, especially after I wrote a blog post about her late second husband, Grant Tinker.  

In case you forgot, Mary was the star of the hit TV show “The Mary Tyler Moore” show. Also, she and Grant founded the MTM production Company, in which the logo was a tiny meowing baby cat. And you already know which shows she was responsible for.

Anyway, if you’re feeling sad, just post your comments below. 

Jacquel Rassenworth on 2017

Happy New Year!

I’m just glad that 2016 is finally over (and I do have some words to say about that, so don’t you worry) and we can finally start over. But I’m not sure if it’s a good thing yet.

Such as, remember when I told you about my cross dressing cousin? Well, he tells me that the mother of one of the kids he’s mentoring told him to go back to being transgender and stop telling kids that being transgender is wrong. Like what’s her deal? Doesn’t she know how hurtful that is, and especially to someone who was bullied for being transgender?

Sometimes, I don’t understand people.

Plus, my cousin Laurette continues to act like a stupid jerk, and she flunked out of college. What a disappointment, as we expected better from her.

I’m not going to bother you with anymore of my family drama, so get ready for MEMES!!! (You think I forgot about the memes? Never!)

Jacquel Rassenworth on Debbie Roberts

Talk about a double tragedy!

As I’m surfing the net looking for memes to share with you, I get the news that Debbie Roberts had just died. This makes me very sad, as I’m still in the process of dealing with the death of Carrie Fisher.

Right now, I’m crying for that family, as they now must plan for two funerals.

This is so unfair! What have we done to deserve all these celebrities deaths?

On the other hand, at least Carrie gets to see her mother again in heaven, which is a good thing. But as for the rest of us, all we have are their movies to watch.

Plus, let’s save Betty White from 2016; we don’t need any more celebrity deaths!

Jacquel Rassenworth on Carrie Fisher

I can’t believe it. All I want is to get through the rest of 2016 without any problems and suddenly, I hear that Carrie Fisher has gone to a side of the Force where I can’t follow. 
This is so unfair!

Why couldn’t 2016 have claimed Donald Trump instead of Princess Leia? What have we done to deserve the death of yet ANOTHER celebrity? 

Yeah. 

I hate 2016. (I’ve said it enough times already and I’ll say it again. I hate 2016!)