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Immaturity vs. Maturity; Dave Ramsey, The Total Money Makeover in Finance
2 ups, 5mo
Good for you! Ramsey is a great kick in the butt. We didn't have much credit debt either, but once we were out of it and stable with growing savings, my husband suggested a credit card with rewards, a Costco one since we're members. I was hesitant at first but it's been a great challenge that's we've succeeded at; the balance is paid off every month, so we don't pay any interest, and last year we got a little over $300 at the end of the year for rewards; but we don't buy things if we don't have the cash to cover the payment each month, that's how we've made it work. Joke's on the credit company -- they don't make interest on us and instead had to pay us for the rewards!
The Rare Breed (1966) with Maureen O'Hara & Juliet Mills: When Stunts Go Wrong in TCM_ClassicMovies
2 ups, 5mo
I watched this movie for the first time a few months ago and when I saw this scene I thought it didn't look like it went the way most of those stunts go; then I checked IMDb and couldn't believe how fortunate they were.
The Rare Breed (1966) with Maureen O'Hara & Juliet Mills: When Stunts Go Wrong in TCM_ClassicMovies
2 ups, 5mo
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Here's some trivia about the clip taken from IMDb:

The accident involving the wagon carrying Martha (Maureen O'Hara) and Hilary (Juliet Mills) ahead of the stampede was real. The women were supposed to be thrown clear, but instead, the wagon rolled over them. Fortunately, there was a camera pit underneath the wagon allowing the stuntwomen, Stephanie Epper and Patty Elder, enough space to be kept from being crushed. They survived with slight injuries and shock. Director Andrew V. McLaglen kept the scene in the film.

While this film isn't the best western ever, it does have good classic actors that help it and some good stunts, even when they go wrong.
Dial M for Murder (1954) Ray Milland & Grace Kelly; Airing on TCM 4.14.23 @ 9:15pm PST in TCM_ClassicMovies
2 ups, 5mo
I saw this clip earlier of Martin Scorsese talking about that:
Easter Parade (1948) Fred Astaire Slow-Mo 'Drum Crazy' in TCM_ClassicMovies
1 up, 5mo
Since I'm a housewife I don't have to call in sick, but I know what you mean; here are a few that I haven't taken off my DVR that I got from TCM and some I've had a few years now:

The Mark of Zorro
Murder by Death
House on Haunted Hill
The Uninvited
The Egg and I

Shane is always good; I finally watched the original Magnificent Seven recently, I think they did a good job on the remake but the original stands on its own; westerns are a favorite genre of mine, I have over 300 titles on my IMDb list of ones I've watched but I still have lots of classics to watch.