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Oct 28, 201312:13 PMBlaska's Bring It!

with David Blaska

At first there was nothing, and then Blaska blogged about it

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The origin of the universe — of time itself — has been explained (on a T-shirt, no less) as, “First there was nothing, then it exploded.” To explore the universe is to ponder, like Woody Allen at his best, not only the origins of life but what it all means.

Personally, I think it is to see the face of God. We’ve been on that quest since being expelled from the Garden.

(I like to read cultural reviews after I have experienced the work of art. Here’s MetaCritic, a website that aggregates scores of reviews and attributes a composite score on a scale of 100 being perfection. It gives Gravity a 96.)

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Oct 29, 2013 02:21 pm
 Posted by  Anonymous

Everyone on my listserves (a lot of filmmakers writers and artists ) say see it in 3D!
Closest thing to floating i n space

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Raised on a farm near Sun Prairie, David Blaska is a recovering liberal who spent 18 years in daily newspapers, including 12 at The Capital Times in Madison as a reporter and editor. He served Gov. Tommy Thompson as acting press secretary in 1998 and is a veteran and survivor of 19 years in state government. He served 12 years on the Dane County Board of Supervisors. From December 2007 to November 2011 he wrote the consistently popular "Blaska's Blog" for Isthmus online's "The Daily Page" until, he says, the intolerant liberals ran him off. He blogs from Madison.

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