Well here is what I did, I warmed up my dual processor Mac, then I made a spreadsheet of all the terror suspects we have caught.
Part One - Soaked In Pessimism
Let's imagine an actual suicide bomber is approaching - presumably in peak hour, when the entrance hall will be packed ...
If every retail clerk in the country is going to face a military draft in this ridiculous war on drugs, then they should all get combat pay from the government
Get wet with a tidal wave of terror... Ok, forget I ever wrote that.
Having this talented cast and crew make this film is like having The Three Tenors perform in a belching contest.
Rock 'N' Roll Forever combines rare archival footage from some of the best rock 'n roll moments on the Sullivan Show
And to think I complained about the DVD...
This film is refreshingly original because you simply don't know what is going to happen.
Pedestrian romance. Not outstanding but enjoyable and may appeal to those older folks who can relate to dating after divorce.
The band Hills of Giants are the giants, of music that is, on their new CD Eureka.
An album to match the show's surreal moody aesthetic.
JackInTheBox is the type of album that makes a drive in the country with the windows down perfect.
Great show, terrible tacos.
With the opening bars you know right where you are: back in 1966 San Francisco, tripping your brains out.
A reflection on the classic album.
Black Sabbath; Maria Muldaur; Fred Neil; Blondie
"Bethany Blues" is a rib joint in Bethany Beach on the Delmarva shore. Here's a review.
Now you can get a pill for your serious weight problem at a fraction of the cost.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for August 06, 2005
...no matter what is going on in our lives, it is important ... to live and experience it to the best of our abilities.
What does the fate of a famous fish have in common with "the whole Bay of Pigs thing"? Researching environmental issues and saving the striped bass, investigative journalist Dick Russell comes up with some disturbing information. Ceviche, anyone?
I kept on stumbling across Blogcritics.org last year and now it's part of my routine, along with checking for e-mail.
A disturbing statistic.