These could be his final hours...
But every once in a while, something will make us proud to be B-Boys in our B-Boy stances. This is one of those times.
Hilary Swank wins an award in a new category: the most winning performance in the movie I'm least likely to watch again.
Between 1915 and 1927, Harry Wills was one of the best fighters, if not the best, in the heavyweight division. Yet, he never got his chance to fight for the heavyweight championship.
Think engineers and scientists are responsible for the shape of technology today? "Beyond Engineering" shows why it ain't necessarily so...
Two wins in a row for Microsoft!
I'm only here to help...
You mind your business, I'll mind mine
The verdict is in.
A sonnet from my memories...
poem for a change... sorry no review or nonfiction today. a brief respite and a poem instead. thanks to all who read. cheers. s.r.p.
Dr. Leopold Smeglin published today, in the prestigious Journal of Extreme Makeovers, amazing results of his groundbreaking "Low-Fad" Diet which included results from over 1000 failed diet patients.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for February 01, 2005
Molestation case = entertainment?! The Michael Jackson trial coverage isn't really adding up.
Are you one of those people who used to suffer test anxiety? Me too, kinda....
No one else is so spiky, so startling, innovative and inspirational
Wilco is re-releasing A Ghost Is Born with a bonus disc on March 7.
...and unintentional record review.
A book about game design with plenty to interest even those who would rather just play the games.
Benjamin Weaver, ex-boxer, Jew in 1700s London, finds "A Conspiracy of Paper" while investigating his father's murder.