Members of Beulah say that if their new album "Yoko" goes gold, it'll force them to reconsider a potential breakup. Likely? No, not really. But would that it were so.
So, while a mere three days ago I complained about the commoditization of America, where pretty much every item under the sun can be bought or sold, today my evil twin emerges to defend intellectual property and complain about the many Americans defending the theft -- and I chose that word carefully -- of it.
Johnny Cash is such a complete man. He is the prototypical all-American male. He out John Waynes John Wayne, is more rugged than Clint Eastwood, has more class than Frank Sinatra, makes Ronald Reagan look like a flag burner, cares for the downtrodden and exploited more than Michael Moore and is no less faithful than Billy Graham.
Another Day Another Death Another Sorrow Another Breath
The human seed is strong and resilient. As us old ones start to wear out, there's a new crop coming up to give us hope and comfort.
I recently discovered Georges Simenon and his Inspector Maigret, and now I'm afraid I will have to buy every one of his books.
When the attacks came, I was as dismayed and aghast as everybody else in the newsroom, watching the tragedy unfold. But yesterday, while most in the blogosphere appropriately laid their "9/11" wreaths, I went in search of those who took an alternative line.
Everyone's a critic: An anti-gay, conservative Christian group says it's better to watch five gay men dying of AIDS than to watch the five makeover mavens of TV's "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy."
Some Q&A with Richard Brookhiser, Senior Editor at National Review and author of a new biography on a lesser know "Founding Father."
The kit consists of a PCMCIA card with three FireWire ports and a video connection port, a six-pin FireWire cable, software for the device and bonus digital video software for Windows computers.