Matt Watson

Nellie “Nell” Malone Watson, February 5, 1929 – September 28, 2020

Matt Watson

Our grandmother, whom we have always affectionately called Mimi, taught us a lot throughout our lives.

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Ten years ago, I became Catholic

Matt Watson

Today officially marks 10 years for me as a Catholic. Several months before Easter of that year, I began the standard classes called the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults at St. Joseph in Starkville, MS. Two years before that, around spring and summer of 2007, I first began to be drawn to the Catholic faith, even though I knew almost no Catholics with whom religion was a topic of conversation.

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Prediction on the future of camera tech, 1929

Matt Watson

TV will save us from wickedness!

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I switched to Linux!

Matt Watson

So, I finally switched from Apple to Linux, something I’d been planning to do for a while. I thought it would be of interest to share my reasons for switching and what I think after being on Linux for about the past month.

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“No Country for Old Men” is about not making a deal with the devil

Matt Watson

I recently re-watched one of my favorite Coen brothers films, “No Country for Old Men” and liked it so much on this second viewing that I started reading the original novel by Cormac McCarthy.

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