Archive for May 5th, 2012

Well, I saw it. Survey says, pretty damn good. I expected that, with Joss at the helm. But I was pleased to find out in the credits that he co-wrote the story and did the screenplay. I didn’t see it in 3D, as I don’t like contending with the glasses. Even without them, it was entertaining, with lots of violence and a nice amount of character development.

Best bit, Loki and the Hulk. Tony did warn him.

I highly recommend seeing it all the way to the very, very end. There’s an initial post-credits scene, which looks to be a set-up for another Avengers movie. But there’s another one after all the credits are done, which is just fun.

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The Blue Goose Packing Company-American Fruit Growers Association warehouse is in Avon Park, in the south central part of the state. It was built in 1926 by the Seaboard Air Line Railroad. It is the only remaining original citrus packing house in Highland County. It is still in use, but by a local lumber company. The building is included in “A Guide to Florida’s Historic Architecture”. See more photos here.

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