Today is Tuesday, so it is time for new DVDs, Master and Commander, The Haunted Mansion, Bonhoeffer and Reefer Madness -- What's not to love?
On September 12, 1962, President Kennedy spoke at Rice University about the nation's space effort. At the time, only four Americans had actually been in space, for combined total of about ten and half hours. Kennedy's words would change the decade and give us one of America's great engineering achievements: The Saturn V.
The Duke on this here new Zombie film from the folks behind Spaced, what has everyone in a tizzy about "it's the best film ever" and so on.
Why can't we exercise the care when it comes to the forceful handling of our own species?
An elephant, under attack by fire ants, hazards only a few stings to its mouth and anus, but if, in its thrashing, it trips on a rock, the weight of its own fall will kill it.
Nothing like a format war to stop a successful technology in its tracks.
Steve and Rob appear not to be destined for an excellent adventure -- or even lunch.
Luca Turilli, with or without his band Rhapsody, plays music you will either love or hate. Playing operatic pomp-metal that makes Queen sound like XTC, his music goes way beyond over the top and comes out the other side.
Frat-boy electronica comes to Indiana...
The review of the book I swore never to read.
Funny thing: I saw the tail end of a news crawl that was something about a cartoon character losing a leg in Iraq, and I knew. In all of cartoonland, it occured to me in a flash that there was one obvious candidate: BD in Doonesbury.