Some political partisans are worse than the looters. At least the scum in New Orleans didn't plan their actions in advance!
Someone has to read the bathroom wall graffiti. Why not me?
Bush and O'Reilly reach a new low.
You want disaster relief? Impeach George W. Bush.
Despite concerns about deployments in Iraq gulf coast guard units respond swiftly and effectively.
UN cheapskates on aid for victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Today our hearts are with the victims but we will soon have to make political decisions about what to re-build and how.
"If only," said one student, "I could have made out the words that the agenda book told me. They were all blurry. But if only I could have made out the words, then I would have known that drinking alcohol would result in my weight gain and bad breath. Now I’m doomed. I will never find a girlfriend."
Episode 4 - The DJRadiohead Podcast Experience. Hell froze over.
There are innumerable important partisan issues in this country. This isn't one of them.
Two similar photos, two different conclusions: A media outlet reveals its true colors.
The Grauniad picks up on the new Dylan albums, including the new one Starbucks is selling.
Today, on "Blog for Relief Day," I urge those of us still on dry land to reach deep into our wallets and hearts to donate to one or more of many charitable organizations now helping victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Women executives who leave the corporate world when they hit a glass ceiling, want to raise a family full-time or decide
We can re-build New Orleans but will it last?
They are all heroes for "getting back on the horse" that we all know will throw us again...
They've got their meaty fists wrapped around the steering wheel and they will not listen.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 01, 2005
Looting has turned both the flooded and the unflooded streets of New Orleans into states of lawlessness
We just happened to have, really, our local library's DVD of The Perfect Storm during the late horrific assault of Katrina.
The epic Baroque Cycle is either a trilogy or a nonology. Either way, it is a sturdy hawser of story-threads...
Humpty Dumpty is dead. And he wasn't pushed.
It's like having reading ADD, but it works for me.
Al Green's newly reissued debut shows us what it's like to read Einstein's high school physics papers.
This gorgeous lost 1963 classic proves all over again that everybody digs Bill Evans.
First off, I've gotta admit that my distrust of piano-based rock music caused me...
There was a time when I thought David Gray’s music was insufferably boring. Either I was wrong, or...
Her jazz-tinged brand of folksy pop will certainly go down smooth with the Lilith Fair crowd, but in most respects, she’s a pretty singular artist...
This week an entire team gets sent home! If you missed it, find out more here!
Spoilers abound for those who haven't seen either version
More looking ahead at the worst of the new TV season. Based on nothing but a bad attitude.
The only embarrassing thing about this show is that you're not watching it!
The homeless were everywhere; the social fabric was coming apart from the strain of too great a number of disenfranchised.
Not quite the great savior from the current Hollywood malaise but not a terrible attempt, either. Too unfocused. Not succinct.
Ornamental vocabulary plug-ins help to add colour, but they have a tendency to override the commonsense attributes...
Is there an upside to having a code of conduct for bloggers?
Many heart attacks can be prevented. More can be lessened. For those at risk; the more knowledge the better.