WARNING: This isn't necessarily hilarious. That's for the warped, unforgiving souls who read this to decide.
With the Dutch vote the EU Constitution is history and the EU may be tottering. Can it be saved?
Sgt. Robert Stout, who earned a Purple Heart in 2004, has been discharged from the Army. His crime? Being gay.
I savor the meat (yes, really) and I adore Monty Python, but this new version of digital SPAM? Definitely on my top ten hit list.
Finally, another game that uses the DS properly.
Everything that is best about Spamalot is what's new, not what comes from the film of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Eric Idle and Mike Nichols have created something very distinct, something just a wee bit Python, and a lot... well, Mike Nichols.
There you have it. Far more than you ever wanted to know about breeding in the kingly world of thoroughbred racing and a call to arms for PETA. If this is not cruel and inhumane treatment of animals, I have not seen it. It's certainly time to get involved. Men of the world, RISE UP!
A solid, if unspectacular album from a vetran bluesman (Grade= C+)
Lou Reed is an enigma, a true rock poet with a cause.
After watching this two DVD set from the Flaming Lips I have no doubt that the name The Fearless Freaks is absolutely appropriate for this band.
It is in no way revelatory and as such will not be of much interest to anyone who is not already a Collective Soul fan (C+)
Tuba and Rock & Roll go together better then you would think. Check out these popular songs that use the instrument to great effect.
When you think 'Queen', what's the first thought that comes to mind? (Apart from Freddy's teeth and those ghastly costumes?)
Like a low-tech bootleg, asshole.
Demon Days may be one of the biggest surprises of the year.
James Rollins' latest Sigma Force thriller pits the covert agency against an ancient order of alchemists.
Solution to sexual temptation realizes we cannot avoid being tempted, and plants hedges around us to guard against sexual sin.
A tale of a woman's unbreakable inner being and her ability to rise beyond the crushing dust of a shattered childhood.
The first, dark chapter in Ellroy's L.A. Quartet. I'm just getting around to it now.
As best as I could tell, Dad's vision was this: Christmas gave everyone a good beating.
Life was tough in 852, 1650 and 1863.
McLean Hospital has long been a place for the elite, country-club on the surface and mental institution underneath.
Wait a minute! Aren't we Americans (and of course the world-wide fans of Star Wars, who are perhaps a little more American than they want to be) too sophisticated to buy into the Evil Empire myth? We can see shades of gray, we can interpret the nuances; are we not postmodernists?
Plenty James Dean and Steve McQueen, if that's your bag.
It's June, so let's see how baesball's "April tigers" materialized.