One of the best animated films you've never seen.
No, that title is not a typo.
Do or Die are supposed to call me any minute. As I am trying to hook up the microphone it rang.
Yeah, it has another song about Kirsten Dunst. And Goth Girls, too.
Conclusive proof that "Difficult second album syndrome" simply doesn't happen to great bands.
The very concept of a Hall of Fame for rock or any music is suspect; how can you quantify music? It's like the Rolling Stone list of the top 500 songs. What makes "Hey Jude" necessarily better than "Soul Man"? What makes "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" a better song than "Once In A Lifetime"?
I bought Monster when it came out in 1994. I listened once and then let it collect dust. I did not get it.
A few observations on the tournament field, by regional, with an admittedly blatant emphasis on ACC teams, and teams from North Carolina.
When a demand for housing exceeds the breaking point, even motels are converted to condos.
Defining families according to a conventional model of demographic composition is especially cynical in these days when families are perceived by so many as being in a state of decay.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for March 13, 2005
If my blog were a dog.
I don’t think the general public knows just HOW different the California and Florida versions of the ride are.
On September 4, 2002, CBSNEWS.com ran a bombshell of a story titled "Plans For Iraq Attack Began On 9/11."
He stood there at the podium of the Morgan Library looking as genial and harmless as Ed McMahon...
There are many writers out there with stars in their eyes-- looking to self-publishing as the holy grail. I talk to many of them on a weekly basis; both locally in Rochester, NY, which is the print-on-demand hub of the world, and online, through email, or my blog at A-ha! These are writers who have a story to tell and who know they probably won't make it through the filtering process at a big publishing house. Or, they've tried that route and been burned.