A quick look at the top 10 best/worst film series that started off well, and then went right to the crapper.
Hollywood executives think they know why their big-budget blockbusters bombed at the box office. (And no, an excess of alliteration isn't the reason!) It's all your fault, if you used a text-enabled cell phone to instantly tell your friends that the film was bad.
"Wired - A Romance" is a good book, and well worth reading. But it could have been a blockbuster.
We mix sports and poltics in this insightful book. Not as new as I hoped it was when I saw Tim Russert (aka The Smarm) interview the author.
"In all such territory the institution of negro slavery, as it now exists in the Confederate States, shall be recognized and protected be Congress and by the Territorial government; and the inhabitants of the several Confederate States and Territories shall have the right to take to such Territory any slaves lawfully held by them in any of the States or Territories of the Confederate States. "
-- The Constitution of the Confederate States of America
The economy is recovering, but deflation, due to our borderless world, creates a situation where hiring new workers is rare because prices are no longer inflationary, and companies have been used to increasing them for years. Recovery or not, the economy will seem slow due to the deflation factor created by competing countries in the new global economy.
In a 1981 interview with Penthouse, Schwarzenegger -- who has come out in favor of gun control -- detailed how he was strongly against gun control
The legendary Peter Tosh talks about his hopes and plans - and the problems coming from the shitstem