The network formerly known for documentaries, nature programming and true-crime depictions has hit a home-run in their first dramatic at-bat.
I made it over to the official site for the up and coming movie: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
I love nature...
Road Rage, Television, and Apartment Building ... this is real life, right?
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for April 10, 2005
The comics page for April 10, 2005
Wasn't there a better way towards legal euthanasia than to let a woman starve to death, and letting the media get away with proto-necrophilia?
What does it mean to be conservative? There is no easy definition.
In the spring of 1902, two women were talking about the outlook for the current year. One was about 25 years old, the other about 60 years. They were discussing farm business because that was their way of living.
To continue my personal celebration of the World Year of Physics 2005, here's a review of a personal favorite from a few years ago.
It was the music that accompanied the rapid and painful decline of Detroit as a sophisticated middle class city, 4th largest in the nation in 1960, to a hollowed out shell of its former self, its population nearly halved. It extended to the industrial city of Flint (profiled by Michael Moore in Roger and Me) and Ann Arbor, a campus with a thriving rock scene supported by students of the University of Michigan. In Detroit, the most famed venue was The Grande Ballroom.
Speculation is forming that Brit Daniel Craig, 37, is the new James Bond, having beat out Clive Owen. Apparently, Pierce Brosnan was dumped after demanding US $42 million for the next Bond flick.
Starring Stephen Baldwin! No, wait, you can click! Come back! Aww crap.