On occasion, Steve Kaycee has had problems in blogging about things in timely fashion, such as his reaction to the 2019 World Series matchup between the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros.
But after one of Art Infliction’s most innovative minds has come up with a way to never allow such problems to ever happen again via this page. Especially when Extra Sessions keeps getting overbooked with either constant entries or entries that need to remain on this website for an indefinite amount of time.
And of course, with that being said, the need for this page arises again, as he is blogging about both an oversight that he made in compiling likely overall guaranteed Catch-22 Hundred movies, and his disappointing experience in assessing The Delta Force.
You can check it out via the entry below!
“A Moot Overage And A Possible Extension, Part 1”
So today, I was going to blog part two of how to mitigate the negativity of social media. But given that A] That entry is better suited to post on the Kaycee And The Forefront page next week, B] I somehow lost sight of Dreamland ’06 being slated as an eventual overall guaranteed Catch-22 Hundred movie and C] I need to assess another badass Chuck Norris action movie, I decided to instead write a blog entry that covers both Points B and C as today’s blog entry. So, without any more ado, let’s continue via the next paragraph.
Alright, so during my assessment of California Solo, I realized that I was going to hit an overage of overall guaranteed Catch-22 Hundred movies accumulated before the New Years Day 2024 deadline, as I forgot to write Dreamland ‘06 down on my Yet To Be Overall list, which meant that something else would have to sacrificed for that terrific movie to make it. And sure enough, that was somewhat the case, as Clean (the Adrien Brody movie) self-sabotaged during its assessment via the movie failing to tell more of the backstory for that movie’s main character. So, given that, no sacrifice had to be made for the aforementioned Dreamland ‘06. Now onto my search for another Chuck Norris movie to assess.
Alright, so last night, I assessed The Delta Force, in hopes of it being the badass Chuck Norris action movie that the Catch-22 Hundred Project needs. But after the questionable sequencing of that movie, which was brought to a head via the counterterrorism training exercise that should have been shown much earlier, the pursuit of another badass Chuck Norris action movie began once the assessment of The Delta Force was over.
Tune in tomorrow to find out what that search brought forth.