Note to Jackie Chan: Please retire before it gets any worse.
Possessed houses and folks talking about the love and the life and the vintage red.
64 comedies, seeded like NCAA teams
Sin City is very funny, very sexy, very violent.
"The Incredible Popeman," created by Colombian artist Rodolfo Leon, introduces Pope John Paul II, as a fledgling super hero.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for April 06, 2005
Moscow continues to be a good place to be. I continue to look on in uncomprehending horror at the US.
A single thought of ours could change the universe. I woke up Sunday searching frantically for that lost hour.
People from USDOJ.gov and USCOURTS.gov have been visiting my blog this week.
but it's looking like this election will be the most fractured I've known in my quite short life
The Iraqi Assembly has picked a Kurdish president. Saddam and the Turks can't be happy.
The latest Pig Book tallies up $27.3 billion in pork barrel spending.
Secular Rock songs about Jesus Christ.
Some people are just cool like that.
Saul Bellow and Prince Rainier die, Blogger goes around Canadian gag order, MCI says no to Qwest, Atari contest
Let's get retro: What we talk about when we talk about Jazz: "A Hard Day's Night" off of Tony Fortunato and the Emperors of Swing 1
Sonic Youth have earned the right to be mentioned in the same breath as any influential rock group you can name; their achievements are that profound. They'll be eligible for the rock 'n' roll Hall of Fame in just a couple of years, and they deserve election. They'd probably thumb their nose at the idea, and its unlikely the Hall would give them the credit they deserve. But calling them one of the greatest alternative rock groups ever is not as crazy as it would have seemed 20 years ago; they've stubbornly managed to persist, grow, mature, and influence without betraying themselves or their fans.
What if you wrote back to spammers, just to mess with their minds? No need—just read this book.
If we simply held onto our own oil, the United States would have no oil interest in Iraq at all. It would also negate any need to drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Robert Beattie, the Wichita, Kansas attorney, professor, and now author has a style that is, at it's best, plain, direct, easy to follow without descending into folksiness. He manages, when his narrative is flowing from a particularly personal, first-person point-of-view, to make one feel as if he's telling you things over a cup of coffee and some hot fudge cake at Jerry's.