`Round the Bend Comic for April 18, 2005
Where have the conservatives gone? People who believe in the Constitution, freedom and liberty.
Carrying an homage to your favorite film too far can land you in jail, at least in Texas.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for April 18, 2005
Highrise condos will give downtown St. Petersburg a new identity, say area experts.
"So ring the bells that still can ring. Forget your perfect offering. There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in." --Leonard Cohen
The entire album is a light-hearted ode to triviality. The Who couldn't have done it if they hadn't somewhat surrendered to that mindset. The album is very effective because it does not have an obvious satiric edge. It is never bitter or biting, and it's the better for that.
Superheavygoatass bring the music, you bring the bong.
Living up to their glorious title, Up Against the Legends proves the band’s ability to rock.
Live at CBGB will tear the head clean off your body, even if the lyrics don’t always make the grade as well-argued and nuanced theses of dissent.
Great document of live Iggy Pop circa 1981.
bloggers can be mean, Sir Paul to tour, Google and Yahoo revenues up, Biotasty steak, Mozilla flaws, Musical phone
The 1960's produced no shortage of idiosyncratic, quirky bands. Bands that never quite transcended cult status, bands who produced work that stands among the best of the decade but remains little known, bands who never rose above underground status, bands who still elicit positive responses from those hearing them for the first time.
This was a very high-energy show that was carried on a dynamic crowd and Muse's epic sound.
...everything about the gaming world seems to reinforce a message about gaming belonging to the men and the boys.
As of right now, the best portable baseball game available.
Not the first book to identify the culture war, but one of the most penetrating examinations of its origins and consequences.
A concise, readable, and thought provoking look at the challenges of entrepreneurship.
Nail-biting and chili-eating at Wendy's...
This is a bombshell. What will happen with all the overlap in software lines?
Microsoft isn't known for their hardware, but they do produce a healthy line of optical mice. The IntelliMouse Optical is a an impressive staple in this line.
Hosted by Washington D.C.’s DAR Constitution Hall, the comedian puts out one of the most powerful performances to date, gaining much inspiration from another rocky year of living in the U.S.
With the impending release of 'XXX: State of the Union' in theatres next week I guess the world was overdue for a new special edition of the original 'XXX' on DVD. This release supposedly isn't just about getting extra features though, apparently you also get the "Uncensored Unrated Director's Cut" of the film. Funny that an unrated film would start off saying that it has a rating of PG-13 though, isn't it?
If we have separate men's and women's categories for the race, why is only one of those categories labeled?