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Terminator 2 Judgment Day (1991) – A Perspective Review



  August 29th of each year is a very special day. A day when all things end, and begin anew after the machines become self-aware at 2:14am/EST. Regardless of whether you’re a Terminator fan or not, moviegoers will agree that Terminator 2, directed by Terminator Director James Cameron, is one of the finest movies ever … Continue reading Terminator 2 Judgment Day (1991) – A Perspective Review


The TERMINATOR Podcast: A Perspective Review of The TERMINATOR - 1984

The Terminator (1984) – A Perspective Review



  The science fiction horror world gave film making history something truly special when James Cameron’s The TERMINATOR was released in 1984. It sparked one of the most legendary series of characters ever created, generated an unforgettable listing of one-liners, and paves the way for so many generations of sequels, toys, film tendencies and more. … Continue reading The Terminator (1984) – A Perspective Review


The Most Prolific Firearms in TV & Movie History – Volume 1



The value of guns, both in television and movies, is indescribable. From War movies to Mom and Pop flicks to television programming galore – they are there. The opinions about them all? They’re there too. But where are the listings of all of them? The answer? Right here, at WhatCopsWatch.Com. We’re digging into The 10 Most Prolific Firearms … Continue reading The Most Prolific Firearms in TV & Movie History – Volume 1


Independence Day (1996) – A Perspective Review



Have aliens visited Earth? This question has always been an intriguing one. From the first “contact” we may have had in 1947, the various incidents reporting inside of The Air Force’s “Project Blue Book” to any one of hundreds of documentaries you can find streaming online today – the question “have we been visited” is … Continue reading Independence Day (1996) – A Perspective Review


WadeSense: How Do We Teach Civilians How to Be Civil Again?

How Do We Teach Civilians How to Be Civil Again?



You may have noticed something interesting recently – someone may have just been NICE to you, or showed a semblance of kindness – for no particular reason. Rather than having the shock-face, you may just want to revel in it. Being “civil” to each other isn’t just uncommon – it’s becoming continually rare. How to … Continue reading How Do We Teach Civilians How to Be Civil Again?


Stuff in Your Home: Making It More Earth Friendly



How do you look at your stuff? There’s a lot of stuff that makes up your home. When you think about it, your home is a collection of a bunch of resources, materials, and systems. Or, in other words, a lot of stuff. How can you look at the stuff in your home in terms … Continue reading Stuff in Your Home: Making It More Earth Friendly


A 4-Year-Old Cannot Assign Their Own Sex – Let’s Talk About It…



In the last decade plus, there has been a movement to change the way families are seen and experienced. It has nothing to do with being gay. Has nothing to do with where you’re going to live. It doesn’t even have anything to do with what you have planned for the life of  a parent. … Continue reading A 4-Year-Old Cannot Assign Their Own Sex – Let’s Talk About It…


The Water We’re Using at Home



Every parent has said to their children—multiple times, “Turn off the water.” We teach our children the importance of not wasting water, but it’s important for us adults to remember as well. And it’s about so much more than just turning off the faucet. Water plays a bigger role in today’s modern world than it … Continue reading The Water We’re Using at Home


Teddy Roosevelt (TR) – The 26th President of The United States



  He is the first President to ever leave the country while in office. He was the first President to win the Nobel Peace Prize. He was the first President to ride in a submarine. The first President to own a car and he renamed the Executive Mansion “The White House.” He was the first … Continue reading Teddy Roosevelt (TR) – The 26th President of The United States