Conservatives can deny that they are conservative all they want. The rest of us do not have to participate in their fair and balanced denial.
In Japan, after some tofu and broiled fish, for dessert there is perhaps bean paste, inside or outside some white or pink or maybe (whoopee!) green rice paste, or possibly rice crackers with seaweed, maybe an apple slice (be still, my heart!), and people live a few years longer, though it is not clear to me exactly why they would want to do so under such circumstances.
It doesn't burn, but it kills...
Arnold continues to impress me with his campaign performance.
The third volume in the award-winning anthology series, from one of blogdom's own.
The new novel from the author of The Chronoliths, and another example of SF the way I like to see it done.
The first Dortmunder novel, and one of the best.
A nicely atmospheric WWII spy novel, that's very well done, but not quite my thing.
Epic Fantasy, with everything including a few spare kitchen sinks.
Only the National Review's John Derbyshire would write a parody of the California recall based on The Canterbury Tales.
Two and a half hours of beautyjoysoul that was uniquely theirs - and wholly ours, as they played the music only they can play. Your life is a song, art on a different stage. Play the music that only you can play.
Bird Up: The Charlie Parker Remix Project, is slated to feature some of Hip-Hop's most creative and original producers, as well as great musicians from other genres, in remixing some of Bird's great hits.
Were Rancid actually, er, rancid? Señor Saleski thinks not...
This week "The Order" will be released, and I’ve got to tell you I haven't heard a single person I know mention that they're planning on seeing it.
With the project moving along at a nice pace, more rumblings about the next Dark Knight keep popping up.
Augustine visits Karl Marx's grave and asks questions about power.