This was released 1965, I watched it about 1975.
1987, in peacetime military, (meaning to me, we weren't going into battle) at basic training, marching band/wrestling combined, our drill sergeant helped us make a group.
One of exercise, marching band like, and military cadence calling.
Getting to love words, writing, 1990, after a 2nd small word defines, I think I can write.
2020, March, I study Richard Carpenter and his sister.
Richard says: "In my book" (one doesn't die from anorexia nervosa).
Today, I look up "knowledge".
One definition says "what something might be, a fact". It really gets me to define "knowledge". (rereading 7 other different definitions, knowledge really defines.
The reason I looked up knowledge is I recently bought and had in my possession (at three different times in my life): "The road to truth", a very popular lecture among Scientologists. (one who uses Scientology (a religion) to improve his and other people's lives.
Hence, curious about what the definition for "knowledge".
Defining so well, "knowing" gets looked at, then "know-it-all". (the definition reads something like "one, claiming he alone knows").
Polar Express (2004 movie, my first DVD movie I saw) has (if you buy the DVD) an episode selection, labelling "know-it-all" kid.
Genius Rober Zemeckis did the movie and genius word you must define.
I finally defined "know-it-all" and I intend to rewatch the whole movie to look for any point in the movie for "know-it-all" kid.
When and where it was said in the movie.
But, my cut up carrots, heat up a frying pan to super hot level, cook fried rice tech is back.
It's tech dad and I used for cooking Chinese food. Grease got into the overhead fan filters so bad we got a comment from Mexicans cleaning our fan hood that our grease was greasier than Mcdonalds fan.
That's how we made money.
I lost the tech 2006, my landlady bought the apartment a new DVD/TV and my neighbor bought "Polar Express".
Richard Carpenter, as I defined "knowledge" and came to duplicate his "in my book" statement.
I reread my file of "in my book" definitions.
After the third definition reread, like "strong" opinion is when you use "in my book" I began to realize Richard Carpenter was the "Walt Disney" of music.
What "Walt" did for moving pictures, "Richard" did for music.
I've been studying him and through defining his words, getting back to a year ago.
From loving music from "The sound of music" to Richard's love of Karen (my words, my book), why she died.
At age 32.
I write this review and wonder whether I'm speaking/writing Chinese, Spanish, English, or Richard Carpenter, which, in my book, is that special sound song, album that came into our family's house in the 70s, changing my Chinese family's life.
My older sister Nancy started piano lessons first and I started a month later, if I remember right.
With the Carpenters, we had somebody to emulate.
I rewatched, just now, a bit of "Polar Express" with "know-it-all" defined.
Everything about it, my first DVD and may be the only DVD movie I'll watch.
Too bad digitization didn't inspire Hollywood to do more.
Anyway, the movie Polar Express communicates, from the songs to the plot.
I really dig this Santa DVD.
From Richard's "no one actually dies from anorexia nervosa. It's complications due to...and uh...but, it doesn't much matter (in my book). It's she wasn't treated properly and that's all there is to it".
From defining "knowledge" to "knowing" to "know-it-all".
The sound of music to the Carpenters to a DVD, by a genius. (a kid alone, has knowledge)(know-it-all).
That's my 2006 to now.
I still loved the Sound of music back then.
Polar Express was a sort of digital era movie.
To Ricard and Karen Carpenter.
Defining "in my book" takes me back to all three. enjoying it.
And...cooking, tech, the old way, is back.
The main communicatin to make, day 2, of "knowledge" defining "in my book", and "know-it-all". Is: after defining "know-it-all" in hardback dictionaries. (a know-it-all dismisses others comments, etc.) or, "in my book" can mean "from my view".
I return to 2006, my x-mas, my hometown is pleasant, non-hostile, country ignorant again.