The family is all spread out around the Lone Star state.
On kid is in Lubbock working on his future with Skynet.
The wife is getting more legally knowledgeable.
That left me and the other boys alone for a night of father/son bonding.
So, we did what any Texas geeks would do.
We went out for bar-b-q and came home to watch Enter the Dragon
He's been after me for a while to watch Bruce Lee's opus. It holds up.
There is corruption, violence, sex and a lot of sound effects.
I'm pleased to announce that it is still every bit as awesome to the teenage boy as it was when I was his age.
You know what I didn't remember so much?
The whole colonial spy mission aspect.
Anything to keep them in line. Even recruiting the Dragon himself.
Why is that important? I'll tell you why.
It's important because this week's cheesecake can currently be seen plying her trade as a member of the royal family on Netflix's The Crown.
Please say hello to Vanessa Kirby.
Ms. Kirby stars as the ill-fated Princess Margaret - always a princess, never a queen.
You may also recognize her from such other fare as Out of Time, Jupiter Ascending or Everest.
Up next, she will be playing opposite Tom Cruise in the next installment of the Mission Impossible
franchise. If rumors are to be believed, she may also be Mr. Cruise's next real life leading lady as well.
Let's hit the links.
Tower Records’ founder dies at 92, drinking whiskey and watching the Oscars
Ancient d20 die emerges
Texas judge tortures defendant
Movies with horrific aftermaths
Questions about Twitter's new "health" plan
A brief history of Robert Plant's reunion denials
Movie props you didn't realize popped up over and over
Steven Seagal's Bitcoin knockoff is under siege
And finally, Netflix just threw a bunch of money at Rob Leifeld for characters with shoulderpads and no feet