I found this interesting article from the Las Vegas Sun and have discovered some interesting details about the Expos situation. Something that disappoints me very much. It looks like that the Expos will have to stay at least one more season. Why can’t they be put out of their misery?
What are Wilco trying to prove on their intriguing new release? I criticize the critics and offer my own two-cents.
Following the defeat of the England football team, the English need something to cheer. Who new it would be a little bit of fire?
Michael Moore's new anti-Bush film is in theaters nationwide. Yes, it is a must-see. And with any luck, it will inspire people to take a stand against an inhumane administration.
Fun for now, but for the future?
Moore is facing a barrage of criticism, and is responding to some of it with Fahrenheit 9/11 Facts. Christopher Hitchens, for example, spared him no quarter. Then again, others aren't sparing Hitchens much, either. Chris Parry, of Hollywood Bitchslap, rips Hitchens' comments apart piece by piece.
Nutshell Analysis Total: 97% incredibly powerful, and perfectly and unobtrusively humorous, portrayal of unfortunate reality. 3% of its only major fault, a title sequence that was simply too long. Micheal Moore releases his latest documentary probing Bush, his administration's actions, and the war in Iraq as a result of 9-11. The film plays through with power, skill, and intelligence to become an impressive work, even if you don't agree with what he says through it.
Unfounded or even deliberately false accusations of dishonesty, racism, homophobia, and anything else against any conservative are justified, because they deserve it. Any conservative who cusses them out for it can expect to be denounced for breaking House Rules of civility, and even face calls for censorship.