Iraq War. Patriotism. Bastard politicians. A blog of a song if ever there was. All with a mandolin introduction.
An experiment in writing to the Beat of Pete.
Iggy Pop is like a cockroach, you just cannot kill him.
The album features a song Tom Cruise could really get behind ... and other tales of Curl Up and Die
How not to tell your mother that her hero is dead.
If the performer and production team start with some decent ideas then there's a good chance they can rise above.
Originally slated for a September 23rd release, it has been pushed up a week to Friday September 16th.
The first of the classic comedic mystery series starring William Powell and Myrna Loy: timelessly entertaining.
I, however, was permanently imprinted with her demonic corruption.
12 Monkeys is a well-constructed, intelligent feature with both a bright basis and an emotional-gratifying climax.
CNBC's business special brings to light some amazing things going on in the Vegas business world.
Almost as good as it should have been.
Rocky Horror is a perversely original picture that juggles its sexuality and corniness quite well.
A poem for thee, thee, thee.
Jeremy Irons played King Arthur in a one-night only performance of Camelot at the Hollywood Bowl.
Don't Buy the Cow part II: I slept with him and he never called back. What happened?
Way to go Apple, I hope the road to obscurity treats you well ....
Playing cards, vocals and 2 in the morning words.
Congratulations come in droves, and rightfully so, to Blogcritics, 10 million, three years strong, and growing daily.
How an Argentine newspaper present opinion poll results as compared to NYT or Economist
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for August 16, 2005
Rob Bell has written a book that I was unprepared for, has given information and insight that I was not looking for, and has inspired me and encouraged me in a way that I didn't know I needed.
No news in the Holloway case?
John Roberts' legal resume is so impeccable that it is almost superhuman. So the latest story on his nomination shows a refreshlying human side of the nominee.
We insult the dream of “Next Year In Jerusalem” if can’t carry out that simple task.
I can hear Paul Krugman grinding his teeth tonight. Turns tax cuts actually work.
Jon Stewart is often the most incisive political analyst on television today. Here's an example.
The world's strongest beer is also one of the most expensive...
Substandard racing with some of the best mini-games ever.
Future game designers take note: Optimization is important.
War, what is it good for? Endangered Species. That and how a physicist has proven my occupational failure.