Part three of four...
One room, two men, and a dead body, all in digital quality.
One secret in creating the world we want is to "look at life the way it oughta be."
Michener gives us a richly nuanced look at South African history, with its conflicted cultures and its multi-cultural promise.
Interestingly, it is usually his women who are tough, manipulative, and full of lust for crime. The men tend to be suckered in by their seductive charms.
Soul jazz is ecstatic music, borne of down-home blues shacks and church revivals. Jimmy Smith was deep in its mix.
FBI warns about virus, U.S. losing its edge, mice get hungry, its still illegal to sell sex toys in Alabama.
Review of French techno duo M83's second album, released in the US this past summer.
With such a large horn section this band sounds huge. Elvin, as usual, is right on.
What more could you want with your music than pictures of naked people?
Apparently the lure of God is stronger than Korn
Twang meets fuzzbox; just as it was in the famous chocolate/peanut butter controversy, they’re two great tastes that taste great together.
D-Day for Larry Summers; his meeting with the faculty in a session described as an “emergency”. Who knew?
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for February 23, 2005
Presenting my hands-down pick for the quote of the week.
The words, "legalization" and "decrminalization" should be struck from the vocabularies of all people who support the basic ideas which they represent.
Washington winters can be so bleak. What better time for a Congressman to blow town for some sunny clime or a ski vacation -- and take a few lobbyists with them.
Far-fetched, I know, but I would love it if Dean, Hilary, and Barack bin Obama defected to the Greens...