Imagine our relief that you’ve decided to secede and form some sort of bathing-optional commune headquartered in California. The money we'll save in aspirin, now that we won’t have headaches from listening to your interminable whining, will be worth it to us alone.
But is this good or bad?
We're ticked off at the way you've treated California, and we've decided we're leaving. We intend to form our own country, and we're taking the other Blue States with us.
Where's the compensation?
Friends don’t always have to agree with each other, but a little understanding goes a long way.
"Air America", the liberal network launched to counter right wing radio, was also launched on the backs of the poor.
Stewart offers incisive (and hilarious) analysis on the controversial new U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
Oh, well, another actor sells his soul.
A patchy comedy given depth and texture by Lisa Kudrow and Maggie Gyllenhaal.
Too fancy by half, the movie is saved by its young star.
This week includes a School for Scoundrels remake, Sean Connery the quitter and an original Invasion of the Body Snatchers
This is rare cinema that really makes you think rather than just think about.
Wedding Crashers is the low-odd favorite for comedy of the summer and quite possibly of the year.
Burton has crafted a film that is more faithful to the text, yet more bleak and bitter than the fluffy original.
War of the Worlds is one loud and riveting ride
Both the revival of a legend and the best superhero story – ever – have surfaced.
Here be spoilers
This is a brilliant film but it is still pro-Communist propaganda.
In the English plays she soon becomes 'a comic butt for Adam's misogynistic humour' ...
My mother was meeting Mike Schwass for the first time: national speaker, published author, coach, therapist, namesake for the high school Blackhawks MVP award...and quadriplegic.
The new Broadway revival of Mamet's classic "Glengarry Glen Ross" sparkles with life, and laughs, but may be losing the message of a bleak darker comedy.
The astronaut would have absorbed lethal doses of radiation within just 10 hours.
In the grand scheme of things for many Americans, "work" seems to take precedent over having a "life."
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for August 03, 2005
A terrific example of a map that makes full use of city and state level data
I have made it quite clear in my reviews how some country music just crates my nerves. You know, the mainstream overproduced more-pop-gloss-and-polish-than-anything type of so called country music.
Box of Poems is a great name for a band; it indicates that what you will find inside this CD are songs with lyrics that have thought and meaning behind them.
How many songs can you think of that are named after the band that performed them? Help Out!
I purchased the CD because I was a long time fan, and was pleased to find out that it wasn’t just another pop-star boy-band album.
Questlove confirms the news on Australian radio.
King's X's Doug Pinnick, Michael Penn, Pelican, John Zorn, Rashanim, Killing Joke, and Beulah.
..."I've found a new crop of songwriters that I connect with just as deeply."
After a long wait, Anthony Hamilton is finally getting a chance to show the world why he is in the game!
International dance music heavyweight Alex Gold is….umm….back. That may not be a funny joke considering all he has been through.